Re: Same old tactics
It's like Google. YouTube frequently forgets that I never, ever want any auto playing videos. (What kind of person actually wants to be fed random videos 4 seconds after watching something, anyway?)
2353 posts • joined 21 Jan 2015
"The main beneficiary of the .eu registry business? The European Union itself."
Money isn't everything. A difficult concept for UK, I know.
The whole concept of making sheadloads of money from internet domain names is wrong from the very start. Basically the registrars themselves are massive cyber-squatters that have take over something that isn't theirs in the first place.
"This is why you need to search for streamlined recent ISOs of Win7 (which MS never did) and the most certain way to find them is in the dark alleys of the net (just use your own legal serial number)."
MS has forced people to do this kind of thing, which is like saying "take your chances with whatever you can find out there -we don't care what infections you might get".
"workplace safety" is the main concern, for sure. Not customer safety.
Personally I think both Airbus and Boeing should have pilot overridable anti-stall systems. (And in Boeing's case, non-automatic massive trim adjustment.)
The novelty of actually flying an aircraft not relying on faulty AOT sensors and other sh*t...
"Putin really must be a genius. He's the leader of a country with a GDP smaller than that of Italy yet he controls the USA and by extension the rest of the free world!"
Compared to Trump he is a genius. In case you haven't noticed, Putin is extremely crafty.
And then we have piss-gate.
That's because LVI protection involves compiler and assembler updates that insert extra x86 instructions (lfence) and replace problematic instructions (such as ret) with functionally equivalent but more verbose instruction sequences.
Why would an attacker use a compiler that does this?
Did I misunderstand something about this strategy?
"the new build contains a variety of fixes including Windows Update crashes and SafeSearch settings were being lost following an upgrade. The usual issues with crashes during the update process and a broken cloud recovery option for Reset this PC persist as well as a new one that sees the corruption repair process hang at 84.9 per cent"
But I don't want any of those things...
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