google translate anyone?
I am native Dutch, if I was working in another country I would run any admin accounts through google translate to see what they were. There must be a root/admin account somewhere and it should be marked as such.
16 posts • joined 12 Nov 2012
I had it the other way around with a network cable where the center and the outer shell would short whenever someone walked atop the cable gutter.
As for Frankenservers, I had to build one when the only available hardware wasn't having a power supply big enough to also give juice to the disk cabinet. I has been running for a few weeks waiting for the actual replacement server to arrive. And yes, this was SCSI as well.
For the life of me, I don't understand why the picture is showing off Norton Commander. That thing that until today has additional functionality compared to ANYTHING Microsoft ever had to offer, namely, showing 2 directories in one screen and have them interact with a sensible way with eachother.
"Below is a video showing how easy it is to exploit an at-risk, internet-facing surveillance camera remotely."
keyword: internet-facing. And there's many of them. Not in people's homes but used for crossings etc. Because: oh that's easy to use if can be accessed from anywhere...
As long as you're running a particular version of Windows, there's a possibility that you'll eventually have to reinstall it. And that means you'll have to reactivate it--a job that requires Microsoft's cooperation.
That's a serious concern considering how much Microsoft wishes that Windows XP would just go away. They have promised to stop supporting the operating system in April of 2014.
But Microsoft has assured me that they will continue to activate XP. Their exact words: "The end of Windows XP support will not affect activation, but rather security updates and phone/online technical support."
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