* Posts by <script>alert('the register');</script>

12 posts • joined 16 Jul 2019

Well, well, well. Fancy that. UK.gov shelves planned pr0n block

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Is there a chance these porn sites an the companies that founded for this exact thing could claim loss of earnings / cost back from the Government now?

How bad is Catalina? It's almost Apple Maps bad: MacOS 10.15 pushes Cupertino's low bar for code quality lower still

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Upgraded and can’t connect to my work vpn. Thanks Apple! No work weekend ahead.

Is right! Ofcom says Scousers enjoy a natter on the phone compared to southern blerts

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Wool

The mod firing squad: Stack Exchange embroiled in 'he said, she said, they said' row

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Reading those big posts its actually really fucking embarrassing how they take it

Careful now, UK court ruling says email signature blocks can sign binding contracts

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No. As long as it's in writing, unless there's a disclaimer the deal is as good as done. Contracts are merely a formality and to include the ToB

For Foxit's sake: PDF editor biz breached, users' passwords among stolen data

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Re: why have ANY upper limit?

It is pretty standard for PHP.

Bcrypt has a 72 character limit.

Password_hash is an actual function which in built salt.

Step aside...

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Re: why have ANY upper limit?

password_hash(hash('sha256', $_POST['password']));

done

Bloke who claimed he invented Bitcoin must hand over $5bn of e-dosh in court case. He can't. He's waiting for a time traveler to arrive

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Hope Kleiman's family don't try cashing them all out at once. Otherwise they will be worth fuck all.

Giffgaff goody-baddy-bag billing faff: Ofcom fines operator £1.4m for overcharging folks by almost £3m

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For the next 18 months we're going to see a law firm you've never heard of with sponsored posts on all socials telling us gifgaff might owe us money.

Facebook chucks 1.5 hours' profit at Citizens Advice anti-scam charity to defuse consumer champ's defamation suit

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I would imagine with Mark’s brand of privacy his face will be on their facial recognition and be blocked...

Or not, seeing as he prefers to keep himself to himself

One rule for them and all that...

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All the Dragons have this issue too. Every other week Deborah Meaden appears on my news feed telling me she wished she'd invested in some 12th rate crypto coin earlier.

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