One bit says half, t'other says nearly 37% am confus3d, what did eye miss?
387 posts • joined 11 Jan 2010
It's nice y'all like our chips but half our data-center sales are from cloud giants, FYI, says Nvidia's chief beancounter
Microsoft's carefully crafted Surfaces are having trouble with its carefully crafted Windows 10 May 2020 Update
REvil ransomware gang publishes 'Elexon staff's passports' after UK electrical middleman shrugs off attack
Re: Rebuild and move on.
Uber paid the $100,000 ransom to have the hacked data destroyed...two years later they paid a multi-million dollar fine after being found out.
It's defense seems to be that those who'd broken into their systems illegally had suddenly turned nice and deleted the data for $100,000....in other news a red London Bus was found on the moon and a yellow New York Taxi was found on uranus.
So you really didn't touch the settings at all, huh? Well, this print-out from my secret backup says otherwise
Western Digital shingled out in lawsuit for sneaking RAID-unfriendly tech into drives for RAID arrays
Surprise! That £339 world's first 'anti-5G' protection device is just a £5 USB drive with a nice sticker on it
It wasn't just a few credit cards: Entire travel itineraries were stolen by hackers, Easyjet now tells victims
Re: Just to point out
"Furthermore, easyJet is a PCI DSS compliant organisation. This means that we adhere to high security standards in order to protect your payment card details when you are sending us this information.
The information that you provide to us will be held in our systems, which are located on our premises or those of our appointed suppliers.
So BA didn't scrimp on security or the majority of other companies who've been hacked?
Airlines are the target of nation state actors as not every country is allowed access to passanger lists for "vetting"..the security budget is not unlimited.
Not being funny, but I get the feeling you don't manage security :)
DNS this week stands for Drowning Needed Services: Design flaw in name server system can be exploited to flood machines offline
Far-right leader walks free from court after conviction for refusing to hand his phone passcode over to police
If American tech is used to design or make that chip, you better not ship it to Huawei, warns Uncle Sam
Worried about the magnetic North Pole sprinting towards Russia? Don't be, boffins say, it'll be back sooner or later
Sadly, 111 in this story isn't binary. It's decimal. It's the number of security fixes emitted by Microsoft this week
Nine in ten biz applications harbor out-of-date, unsupported, insecure open-source code, study shows
Users of Will.i.am's Wink IoT hub ask 'Where is the love?' as they're asked to pay for a new subscription service
It's the user experience...you can have and see 50+ people in one call...we use it for the virtual pub and quizes...you can't do it on the othets with webcams.
Not to mention you can set your baxk ground to anything as opposed to the MS chosen ones...it may seem minor but a hundred million people love it.