I wonder if this is the vuln used for the Travelex "virus". The timing is right :)
69 posts • joined 19 Jan 2011
Patch now: Published Citrix applications leave networks of 'potentially 80,000' firms at risk from attackers
Re: I need to juggle lots of email accounts.
the BB10 hub is excellent. i got a Z10 as a corporate trial and have been using it heavily since launch date. just like the article says, management of different message types and accounts is very very good.
it has totally replaced my personal android device which was running 4.1
the phone may have been "free" to me, but it doesnt stop me recommending it to all my friends as a really good device. the camera is pretty good too, excellent pictures from the polo festival this weekend :)
me too. lucky for me, it arrived just as i was heading out the door last friday morning so had the pleasure of showing it off to my workmates (all infrastructure geeks too). then utilised the friday night hotel wifi to browse/fondle/nerd out
i like it, sygic satnav on it is very good btw. download all maps locally.
Re: An excerpt of the stolen code
at a guess, because its the source code build files (not a coder, excuse my terminology) in the screenshot and not the actual line by line code itself.
regardless, according to the article its ESX which is based on *shhh dont tell anyone* redhat linux.
ESXi is the significantly better and more recent hypervisor from vmware which pretty much eliminates all the attack vectors exposed in the previous ESX/redhat OS.
everyone has upgraded their infrastructure to ESXi by now, havent they? ;-)
how about reviewing some blackout curtains and rails/boxes? now summer is (almost) upon us, waking up at 5am isnt all its cracked up to be!
i was in italy recently and the place i stayed at had the most impressive blackout curtains ive ever seen. im really crap if i dont get a good nights sleep ://