Re: Exactly who are their customers?
You could check their website, where they list some fairly well known names - Gov.UK, Atlassian, Comcast, OVO Energy, Toyota...
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Have you followed the citation provided? I don't want to call the claim either way, but I think there's definitely a logical leap being made from the source material.
The citation's linked report does state that Border Agents are expected to monitor the gates - but it also says they sometimes are run (in breach of their operating conditions) with no one monitoring. That implies to me that the meatsack is doing optional* secondary verification.
It's right there in the link in the Reg's article: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/msrc/2019/05/14/prevent-a-worm-by-updating-remote-desktop-services-cve-2019-0708/
> Out-of-support systems include Windows 2003 and Windows XP. If you are on an out-of-support version, the best way to address this vulnerability is to upgrade to the latest version of Windows. Even so, we are making fixes available for these out-of-support versions of Windows in KB4500705.
According to the email I just got from HIBP...
> Dates of birth, Email addresses, Employers, Genders, Geographic locations, IP addresses, Job titles, Names, Phone numbers, Physical addresses
WTF of the highest proportions. Who are these people? This seems to me like a violation of all seven principles of the GDPR.
but in the "developed world" data centers use C13-C14 and C19-C20 connectors regardless of the locale and voltage. And those are never mounted at right angles.
It might not be common in "developed world data centres", but it's certainly done.
Similar sockets and plugs can be found for C19/C20 if desired...
Looks like I got out just in time, then. I was already paying over the odds for the service I was receiving, especially in the international department, so left just last month.
Good to see the sale to BT hasn't stopped them charging a termination fee for cancelling a contract whose minimum term finished some 4 years ago, and whose Terms and Conditions explicitly state there is no Cancellation Charge for leaving...
I thought the vault key was derived from your password - That's how LastPass can claim they don't have access and can't reset passwords?
If this is the case, how does a vault get decrypted for Emergency Access? Is the key stored somewhere? Or is the vault duplicated encrypted with a different key?
BBC report says that they didn't "just turn off" - the pilots put them into "flight idle mode" and then, without the config, were unable to take them out of it.
"Airbus has already confirmed that its pilots had tried switching the malfunctioning engines into "flight idle" mode - their lowest power setting - in an attempt to tackle the problem.
Without the parameter files, the engines would have been left stuck in this mode.
This is because the planes were deliberately designed to prevent out-of-control engines powering back up, to avoid them causing other problems."
My lyrics source of choice is LyricWiki (lyrics.wikia.com)
Crowd-source your lyrics, get the community to verify and maintain them, and back it all up with Gracenote-sanctioned versions (though sometimes Gracenote gets it wrong too - for example in Moby's "Lift Me Up", they list one line of the chorus us "[Unverified]". So very helpful.).
They even have the correct lyrics for The Endless Enigma ;)
"I'll call them or text them or email them. [...] I don't need to put my activites on a website I don't control for other morons to read."
So who controls your email? How about your mobile phone? Sure, it's not a website but I'm sure it'd be just as easy for someone to find a way into your emails or your SMS messages. Maybe a bit of phone-tapping here and there wouldn't go amiss too.
"The only social networking site that's worth anything is LinkedIn, and that has a genuine purpose as far as I'm concerned, it's not all about pointless "look wot I did 2day" crap."
Much as I may agree with this statement, unfortunatly it seems we're in the minority on this one. The punters clearly love being able to tell everyone about the virtualfarm they run.
For those with freeview (which has no HD services but never mind):
1) Goto channel 105 and wait for the screen to load. Press yellow
2) Tune out and back in to 105. Now press Green ("Secret" appears in the top right before the Status Page appears)
3) Now press green again for Test Card W :-)
So basically what we're saying is: this person has sat and gone through every single library to see what's there? Don't they have something better to be doing with their life?
Actually, scrap that - they bought an iPhone in the first place... the only thing they enjoy more is worshiping Jobs.
Pressing+Holding power and home and then releasing power ain't DFU mode - that's just recovery mode.
In recovery mode, you can turn the device off and then boot into normal mode.
In DFU, rebooting simply returns you to DFU mode. You can't put your iPhone into DFU without some help from another application (iTunes, pwnagetool, ziphone etc)
Mine's the one with '"Legit" iPod Touch User' on the back
Frequently. At least since they redesigned it.
And I've got FF3 - and had all the betas/rcs/etc - simply because if 7million people are downloading it in the first 24hours, my website should work in it.
Same with IE8 - although with its new "Standards Compliance" nothing works in it :D
Paypal have suspended my account - again - due to suspected fraudulent activity on a credit card linked to my account. That's all very well... Until you realise there are no credit cards linked to my account. I'm supposed to phone them to fix it. As if I'd give them money by doing that...
Then a day or two ago I got 3 (duplicate) emails informing me of a change to PayPal ToS.
Thankfully my account only had about a penny into it.
Nexox Enigma is right - at least where the iPhone is concerned.
Here is the iPhone recovery/reinstall process:
1. Press and hold the Home and Power buttons. Keep holding, even when the phone turns off. Let go when the iTunes logo appears on the display.
2. Plug into iTunes and click Restore (Shift/Option click restore to select a custom firmware first).
3. Have a QUICK cup of tea
4. Return to find your iPhone, good as new and ready to go (well... After activation etc)
Not hours to do THAT. So unless they plan to reinstall the core FreeBSD as well...
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