I'm sure a room full of hackers can tell the difference between a computerised ATM, and a Personal Computer.
Like maybe the fact that the 'PC' had a Dell sticker on the front.....
6 posts • joined 16 Jun 2007
When theres a cash advantage to hack an account, then anyone could offer to split the prize with a member of staff at StrongWebMail.
Thats why they banned paying an insider.
Social engineerign hacks can never be stopped. They were just trying to prove that the system is as secure as it can be....
Does anyone remember back when XP was younger?
'You can take my win2k, as soon as you prise it from my cold, dead harddrive'
'XP is soooooooooo buggy, and eats all my RAM'
'SP1a? why not make sure the service pack works teh first time'
I have seen the future
'Why should I upgrade from Vista, its m$'s most stable Windows version'
The thing is, noone in their right mind upgrades their PC from WinXP to Vista, as chances are, your PC is more than a few months old. Vista is built to utilise *new* hardware. Aero *does not* slow down your PC unless your GPU is not up to scratch. In 2 years time, the spec of the PCs will easily handle Vista at full pelt. If Vista was built to work on Joe Averages PC (like Linux), then a new version would need to be avaialble every 6 months (like Linux)
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