my fav testimonial before i couldnt read anymore for crying laughing, had to the the one penned by Snow White under an alter ego.
Claiming since using it, birds and animals visit her more.....yep bloody cuckoos i bet, you headtrumpet!
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Seriously, Sir Tom should walk a hunred laps to purchase us all one.....
£339 a pop.....
One of nine external members, Toby Hall, said: "We use this device and find it helpful," and provided a link to its website, which describes it as a USB key that "provides protection for your home and family, thanks to the wearable holographic nano-layer catalyser, which can be worn or placed near to a smartphone or any other electrical, radiation or EMF [electromagnetic field] emitting device".
"Through a process of quantum oscillation, the 5GBioShield USB key balances and re-harmonises the disturbing frequencies arising from the electric fog induced by devices, such as laptops, cordless phones, wi-fi, tablets, et cetera," it adds.
Ahh, doesnt say if it has a blue or red LED, im a hovering on purchase, anyone know?
I cant believe after all they did! From picking up a single HDD in an airport from an African nation saving a global multinational, to that.
I hope Maersk have not learnt a dammed thing and get hit again. Lest see how outsourcing works then for them when thats going down.
If any of the team read the reg (lets face it ofc they do!) Engineers around the globe salute you for what you did to save them, its dammed folklore esque!
Im sure you put that on your CV for an infosec role, you will be snapped up!
The wired article is forced required reading to my team!
First job after college was at an engineerign firm, who had a shot blastng site.
I remember going into shotblasting site office to give the Apricot PC (yes those bad boys)a heatlhcheck, place was orange everywhere (Ferrous oxide)
Popped the hood of the funky Apricot cases to find an orange interior, every square inch Orange! Astounded the thing even ran, i put hood back on and promptly planned a replacement.....testament to that old girl it had run forgotten about for years.
tbh ive been solid state all the way for a couple of years,
No brainer in a laptop longer battery life, better response, hell an Evo 860 stuck at stat2 on my trusty old X201, only ironic thing is the chatter of the spinning platter on the X201? Nope turns out its the hdd led :oD so SSD in and retro sounding :P
Desktop 4k Gaming box? Dual Raid volumes across 6 SSds in total. (2x123 win) (4x256 Games vol)
The old Nas has the only spinny platters here :)
my partner has one of those dammed doorbells, only thing its good for is seeing cold callers faces @her pad, when a big arsed scotsmans voice shouts, "f*** off!" its as priceless onsite and remotely :D days of fun, but not worth the cost imo (almost)
Overpriced piece of twat tat, with super annoying adverts.
"hey what you doing in my garden" pfft try that up here and theyd turn around and shout "cracking one off on yer lawn hen!" and drop a number 2 equidistant on the lawn in view of Ring, in HD.
couldnt agree more, until you factor in its NHS and crippled by <insert political party in number10> decades of under investment, sky high trust board fees to pay and healthcare, poor it probs bottom of the shitpile.
then all common sense and "best practises" fly out the window, much to the pain of their poor IT staff.
id rather be on the dole than try to provide IT in the NHS, a tiny empty pot to p into and no funds.
really? ive found the opposite, find the right indian/kebab shop that are decent and their pizzas way better, more toppings and way cheaper up here. Hell they even do curry pizzas up here, sounds awful, it aint.
Chicken Madras pizza...16" of spicy lovelyness for £12 to your door. £12 wouldnt gett a 10" dominos or hut i dont think, dleivered.
throw into the mix the fix for 2k3 and all the way up including XP right past 2k8.
with them even releasing it for those dinosaurs it shows how prevalent it is and its being actively used in the wild.
Get inside the perimeter and suddenly those old boxen with smb 1 enabled ssl1 n 2, tls 1.0... plus that and <insert a plethora of escalation priv bugs atm> or steganography into exchange get system and then use this across the prod ring as system.
gateway to a potential 5h1tstorm, its a 512kb exe patch and 1 restart get it done already, why have a look at Baltimore (still), my dinos were patched within 24hours of the release of said patch, despite them being carbon black in lockdown mode.
Yep its a finger in a small gaping wound, when they have more sec holes than a swiss cheese all over. Id kill them if i could but we cant quite yet, Azures what im reccomending, get them the f off my local estate of 2k12 n 16s
lol phew not just me then?
apparently, when i get an angry, the right eyebrow joins in with the lowered voice......
id imagine like cluseos boss in the pink panther movies, I dont know, never seen it (my eyebrow), im usually seeing red mist by then :D (very rare event)
its not all it claims, there are 2 well known exploits rampant in all SEP enterprise, from 12.x to 14.x they cant seem to fix it, they have been at it long enough (pre mp6 v12) but they are still open. Sadly I have to deplo we trialled Webroot Corp, for a while and was suitable impressed, but we went SEP.
its a bag of poop, just not as bloated as it once was, a more streamlined bag of poop now :)
Nokia were bleeding money like a ripped open anal sphincter by time Ms came a sniffing....it was take MS cash n run or implode, nokia were not the huge comms bemoth they once were in most of their markets by this time. Hell how many of us supported Nokia VPN UTM/Gateways back in the day.
Tbh one of the smartest things Elop ever did, grab cash and GTFO, he saw that Android and Apple had them licked and they were going the way of R.I.M lack of quality apps = dead platform.
Elop and his inner circle probably sat around the board table rubbing their eyes and saying, hold on Ms want to GIVE US the 5.4 BILLION euros, head accountant are you SURE its not the other way round?
No? sell dammit sell!
best bit is the prophetic quote of Ballmer on the deal. Still makes me chuckle.
"Today's announcement is a bold step into the future," said Ballmer. "For Microsoft it is a signature event in our transformation."
Yup, you sure did well there slaphead! Transformation into an even more mediocre company than previously thought achievable...look at them now..../giggle
if its available to you, check the following youtube link to the bbc doc about the rise and fall of Nokia.
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