* Posts by juul

26 publicly visible posts • joined 14 Aug 2013

Intel details coral-shaped immersion cooler that bubbles like Mentos in Coke


If this is the true reason Intel got 1.7 million, then they should not have gotten a dime.

[quote] The x86 giant scored that cash under the DoE's COOLERCHIPS initiative, which aims to encourage tech that reduces the amount of power expended on datacenter cooling to less than five percent of the energy expended on IT itself. [/quote]

They still need the same amount of cooling. They just focused the cooling to the liquid.

The swift in-person response is part of the service (and nothing to do with the thing I broke while trying to help you)


Not a Nottingham company

Netop was a Danish company at the time.

How'd they do that? It's classified: Microsoft's Azure cloud goes Top Secret


US only

Why do Microsoft insist on only having a US bases solution that cm handle top secret? The EU Aldo samt this option.

Maersk prepares to lay off the Maidenhead staffers who rescued it from NotPetya super-pwnage


Re: There is no such thing.

I wounder if Fred got a severance pay of like 3,6 or 12 months ?


I wonder...

If a similar incident happened again and after the outsourcing has been concluded, will Mærsk be able to recover as fast or at all?

What do you get when you allegedly mix Wireshark, a gumshoe child molester, and a court PC? A judge facing hacking charges


Re: "Her computer"?

Shadow IT in an government agency, Sound like a recipe for disaster.

Hands off that Facebook block button, public officials told by judges in First Amendment row


Also facebook

Does this also mean that Facebook can no longer just delete content that they disagree with?

Japanese cyber security minister 'doesn't know what a USB stick is'


Batter than

Well Japan is better of than the Danish citizens.

We do not even have a minister that is responsible for it-Security across the nation.

Each minister is responsible for it-Security whitin his/her arena.

No, eight characters, some capital letters and numbers is not a good password policy


Easy, you know what is logged and what is not, so log in as the person (not from your own pc), send the person a lot of pornsite URL's (both strait/gay/lesbian/shemale) from his/her own mail account, remove the mails from the "sent" folder.

When the person reports this, tell them (after some time) that it looks like someone have hacked their mail account. That should teach the person to take security a bit more serious.

Boffins want to stop Network Time Protocol's time-travelling exploits


Re: Numbers

As long as the client on have one connection to the internet it is too easy to manipulate

OK, hyperconverged is the new black. But who's winning at it?


HyperHyperconverged or Megahyperconverged

What will it be called when it is possible to administer/provision Solaris/AIX/BSD/Mainframe ressources ?

Brave VMs to destroy themselves, any malware they find on HP's new laptop


Re: Won't work

Totally right, because if the user cannot copy/paste items to a document, they will try to stop the protection or object to have such a work pc that makes them less productivity. With a reference to not being able to copy pic or text from work-related sites.

Security! experts! slam! Yahoo! management! for! using! old! crypto!


Salte or unsalted

If they had used a salt, they would be sure to mention it.

So expect that they did not use salted MD5.

Trump's 140 characters on F-35 wipes $2bn off Lockheed Martin


F*** winning a fight

"Whoever has it will have the most advanced air force in the world, and that's why we're building the F‑35"

Dear nation leaders

You have the most advanced air force in the world, you might not win any air-to-air fights or any air-to-ground fights, but you have the most advanced air force in the World (along with a lot of other nations)

Mozilla wants woeful WoSign certs off the list


How decides, whom I trust ?

I would bee much happier if I could choose which CA's I trust, instead of having Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Opera etc. do it.

EU court: Linking to pirated stuff doesn't breach copyright... except when it does


Re: Umm

How about, if you link to a streaming site, and the streaming is legal in your country. the site that holds the content is situated in a country that does not respect copy right law's?

You will then not be infringing on your own countrys laws and the content holding site will not be infringing on it's countrys laws.

The person who made the copy, might or might not have committed a crime, depending on the laws of the country, he/she was situatede in during the process.


Copy protection for links

How would copy protection for links work in the real world.

would I as the author/owner have to include some kind of tag, that states that every one have the right to use the link.

or would the potential user of the link have to mail me, and request the right to use the link?

Sex is bad for older men, and even worse when it's good



So nature have deemed, men having sex at an old age as unsound and have put in a failsafe, kill the man who have sex, when he is to old to care for his ofspring.

OnePlus 2: Disappointing Second Album syndrome strikes again


Re: Cyanogen OS, not CyanogenMod

I have the oneplus one, and have the true cm experience (cyanogenmod not cyanogen os).

I also have the oneplus two, oxygenOS did not suite me, to buggy like the review said.

Have flashed it with cm, which is not officially supported, but better the oxygenOS, but still not the true cm feel.

The two should have had the cm os, that would have been so much better. I am OK with my two, I could have missed out on the two, but I am not buying the three, if it does not come with cm.

Wikileaks publishes TiSA: A secret trade pact between US, Europe and others for big biz pals



Where is the part that forces a supplier to their services in ALL the county's that this applies to

Nokia will be the mobile comeback kid in 2016 – wishful-thinking sources



They could buy, Jolla and they would have a new platform and some devices.

Jolla is former Nokia employees, so it would be an easy transision.

Obama turns back on spooks: 'I'm on the side of strong encryption'



So, if Sony was hacked by the NORKs and the NORKs are no good at offensive cyber war, what does that say about Sony and their security?

DAMN YOU! Microsoft blasts Google over zero-day blabgasm


Re: What's Google afraid of?

Spot on about the android/handset thing, every handset maker should be force to sign over all rights to handset OS (disclosing how to install other OS's) 7 days after they no longer make updates for it.


Re: 90 days are 90 days

Any vendor can make a patch and test it within 30 days, if they just make an effort. This is the main issue, a lot of vendors are not taking their secure coding serious, not that the developers themself are to blame 100%, Companies need to prioritize security.

An alleged 27GB Sony Pictures data dump. 65 PlayStation web servers. One baffling mystery



If the content (sony movies) was downloaded from sony's servers, would it then become a legal action ?

Your encrypted files are 'exponentially easier' to crack, warn MIT boffins


Re: Compression

All legacy zip files I believe start with the same tree letters "pkz" so that should make it even easier to decrypt