they have photos, they may lie about deleting them but they do have photos.
here here, Apple is not the market leader in phone tech these days, perhaps they can win a law suit to prove they were.
Highly doubt that. DevOps is all about test pipelines. Isn't fool proof but I doubt they have not go change control on prod config.
If Ethos Capital cant afford a few flights, maybe they dont have that much capital. Holding them off might work.
Keep up the good work.
RF jamming got to be worth a try for taking out toy drones.
cheap , easy , probably illegal to try it out in the office.
tasty, presumably targeting has to be more precise than explosives. you're probably only targeting in 2d, explosives would need to know the distance.
This is Huawei vs Cisco not capitalism vs communism. If it were the US would shut up and let the market decide. Ho ho.
What do they call the blue screen of cantshutdowndespitegettingonaplane.
I get that pretty much every flight.
I think I prefered bsod.
No point in a sata port, you can connect hd via usb 2 for a nas. The ports are not what limits a rpis performance.
What year was this?
I cant imagine working at a place without dhcp where you could not start work until an IT turned up.
Why should they be permitted to do anything before phoning up and asking permission.
That's all it takes and ahem "security research" is legal.
youd have thought that bugs in WebKit would need simultaneous patches for chrome chromium opera etc etc, no? Any one know if Apple is late or early?
I'm sure they earned their "works on my machine badge of honour".
If the nsa can install hardware on route they can pop a wifi chip in there and save themselves from scrabbling around in your fuse box.
Simple and cheap ph test should have been done. Love to know what the road side test is that can be so obviously wrong.
A lot of haters would take to twitter where Trump's remaining supporters hang out.
isn't this just pattern matching? wouldn't you get similar results with input data that was the person's face while watching the tele?
and remember the only reason rich people take the (air) bus is because they are permitted to sit segregated from the plebs at the front.
You sound informed, whats current recommendation for a mail server in Linux? Simple, low volume, low resource usage are a priority.
Oracle, for one, is furious it wasn’t immediately invited to the top table
Was it expecting the invite from Google or RedHat?
Even if they take 50% half a million goes a long way in Ethiopia. Is it cynical of me to think that this number is a lie.
The fact that something is not here now, does not imply it was not important when it was.
I guess people who think all russians are evil dont get many emails from the outside world anyway?
More firefox news , more things that dont work.
Probably wont affect many users but disabling ftp is not going to win them any users is it?
If you write an app in android that does not use webview. Do Google still spy on network traffic?
afaik you only serialize the data, the class, the byte code, is not serialized. Be nice to know more details on the attack.
What you care to hand over to these fuckers is one thing, but uploading your SMS records is pure theft of personal data.
hehe but joking aside, whats the real purpose wasm in this use case over C++ compiled to native code? Is it to sandbox the "smart contracts"?
They thought of that. There are a few comms Sat's around Mars already, I think 4. I remember reading here about them hiding behind Mars from solar flares.
Which system would that be, Mr Grey Beard sir?
I tried Google earth, maps, apple maps, street view and I just couldn't reproduce your test incident.
If app developers don't support the _only_ competition, they are paying thier cards with Google wrong, no matter how many app they sell via Huawei.
Microsoft protection from word docs containing executable code all over again.
Text files are safe (if you are not using Microsoft tools) .
The Register has asked the researchers and Microsoft for comment. ®
And they replied...
"the register going to have a lot of fun this season"
Re "solution waiting for a question" How many people have a phone and a tablet? Potentially thats your market?
When you hold a monopoly, rules change, and so do your responsibilities. It's no longer a free market.
The lack of a spending cap was a Showstopper for me too. What happens if you write a infinite loop in the cloud?
that'll be my wacom tablet, two crap mp3 players and about 10 free mice.
single use electronics seems to be a thing.
They were fined for anticompetative actions. If you believe in the free market this is exactly what you want from your government.
whatsapp famously achieve millions of concurrent connections per server. perhaps its time the penny pinchers added more boxes?
"Avoid CDNs, you're exposing your customer data."
Exposing data is what CDNs are for, Shirley?
Not needed? But at 100€ a pop I have 2000x1000 pixels stationed where ever I'm likely to drop my laptop. Productivity increase defo covers that in a ~4yr lifespan.
"all traffic to the Internet is blocked" worrying sounds like it's not airgapped. When was the firewall / router last patched?
it's a tad disingenuous to quote "working-level staff" when you are really quoting Google translate.
I believe the oposite...
Taoist alchemists looking for elixir of eternal life.
Per the Tao of Pooh & Te of Piglet. Probably reliable.
Its a massive security hole too.
to a search engine.
I disable the irritatingly named "awsome bar" always.
Do no evil, speak no evil, what ever next. A pirate style patch over his google glass perhaps?
You lost me. My phone and data center servers are computers running Linux, running containers running apps.
Mac fanboi anxiously awaiting that little broken bit on the front of Mac books to appear on iPhones.
el reg dark theme would extend my battery life by 50%, no joke.
perhaps just in the m.thereg site so not to scare passers by.
Vulture: hi can I speak to someone about the upcoming security snafu
Intel: sure, let me put you through to marketing.
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