the USA have other scopes with same sort of design pointing at earth
I suspect there is a lot of shared systems.
maybe get them on the phone and point out the same things could happen to their equipment...
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Qantas gave up on in seat entertainment
they simply equip users who want a screen with a managed iPad and wired headphones
people who already have an iPad/android/windows simply can connect to the Wifi and download the entertainment app
everything is an app...
the App simply is a HTML interface to the onboard server which can stream movies or audio (podcasts)
basically like a netflix in the sky
WTF are United Airlines thinking ?
the WA government proved themselves incompetent when they went with a checkin that was not private
the testing rates are terrible and so it spreads and no one is aware...
They could have stood up and used this on apple and google
https://covid19.apple.com/contacttracing combined with a private QR check in log that only gets sent when requested
oh I dont know much like New Zealand... so WA gov is worse than NZ...
let that sink in...
Microsoft Office 365 lacks DANE support yet the feature is coming to Exchange Online servers....
so yes they both are planning to support DANE and not at the same time...
GMAIL can support DANE now if you get the MX right and sign your own domain so technically gmail is more secure.
I hope Microsoft product managers might pay attention and follow through...
Honestly I see this doing exceptionally well in APAC
what would have been nice is the ability like the Motorola desktop mode to the Edge+ to a display over video-enabled USB-C or USB-C-to-HDMI.
basically allowing Playing mobile games on the big screen as a bonus it allows a controller and big screen...
when someone reefers to security I always want to scream that's your job... The Base not an extra that you should be praised for...
For example the nominet web server does not even enforce its own cipher preference so maybe just maybe you should fix that BASIC thing.
This is a public facing supposedly security conscious root of trust type organisation and it cant even get its website security right... who knows whats going on behind the scenes.
I have no pity
5G is a joke you only have to look at a coverage map of Australia to understand that they can only install Antenna masts where there is Fibre... your essentially sharing a Fibre connection
Maybe the current bunch of bastards (Australia slang for members of parliament) get in again the NBN might well be sold off to the highest bidder and the highest bidder will maximise the shareholder value by doing what telstra has done for the last years, the bare minimum to keep the money rolling in (nothing but repair and slow upgrades to existing infrastructure) there will be NO INVESTMENT.
if australia wants to be connected then INVESTMENT is the only way things will IMPROVE.
Vote for the bastards that INCREASES investment and provide for a way to EARN money in diverse places rather than just in the city (which has plenty of fibre).
Dublin tried to entice ECMWF to relocate it was only recently that they renewed the UK Government commitment to build new headquarters and research facilities for ECMWF on the University’s Whiteknights campus, as confirmed by the UK Science Minister, Amanda Solloway, on 10 December.
“We welcome the clear statement from the UK Science Minister Amanda Solloway, which highlights the strong UK commitment to relocate ECMWF’s core work to new premises at the University of Reading.
“Reading is one of the world’s leading scientific centres for weather, climate and environmental science. The combined power of researchers based at the University of Reading, including units of the UK Met Office and the Natural Environment Research Council, plus the core work of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, will continue to represent a scientific force that benefits the whole world.”
this is general purpose mid range ARM stuff that is cheap hence why they are putting it into a NIC yes it can run linux and do offload for the main general purpose processor.
really this is general purpose processor being pushed into places to replace application specific integrated circuits that used to do offload, basically the complete opposite of what the exec is talking about...
dont let the details get in the way of a good story for the executive...
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its the reverse from what you think it is... its not about the ability to remove meta data its about ADDing
if you want to be able to prove that the photo was taken by bob and has not been altered i.e. hash signature preservation even after editing (prove you just altered the white balance and nothing else)
its all meaningless if websites strip the metadata
until websites support correctly:
Instagram is the worst offender and could be turned around easily...
make sure your websites correctly attribute images/text and do not strip metadata.
the operators can easily see if the scooter is lying on its side (they have a gyro in the tracking package) and also can obtain the location via GNSS / Wifi / Bluetooth
they could start to report users or at least warn them to prop it upright in a safe place...
but thats ot really in the companies intrest and they will only do it if regulated to do so...
gbfs is pretty much useless for the regulator and gives no feed of the routes taken nor if it was dumped on its side vs standing upright it has things like android pay which is not really relevant for a regulator...
how is software called Kodiak supposed to work if the handsets are all IP ala 5G stand alone and they go out of range then do they create their own network no matter the provider they where using ?
someone clearly does not understand how networks actually work... unless I'm missing something ?
Have customer details such as people who are authorised to have access been compromised ?
(i.e. my details )
I have a sneaky suspension they have and the longer they deny it the more customers that will swear never again...
Reputations are everything and this is not the time to fudge or use a play book for a security investigation.
they have not benefited security
they have not benefited the domain holders
they have not benefited the networks (domain registrar is not a network)
they have benefited themselves.
I would love to see a well thought out legal challenge to their "oversight" I suspect that the legal dept has a greater payroll budget than their technical dept...
payroll say's everything
its a tool built in java to search across information sources... nice but realistically this is what perl was created for, you have to wonder why the gov agencies did not do this themselves if they have that sort of budget but it's the American way... expensive consultants.
If they can spend that sort of money to get into gov contracts then maybe just maybe they can live of the fat of maintenance although with things transitioning it's going to be hard regardless of the politics.
1/ they are a patent troll and infact boast about it with 16 employees and no products. What it does have is a portfolio of more than 2,000 patents, mostly acquired from Ericsson AB.
2/ I wonder if they paid for the courts time ? otherwise the UK tax payer forked out for exactly nothing...
16 Cortex-A72 CPU cores, running up to 2.2GHz
18MB cache/on-chip memory
Up to 16 Ethernet ports
Supported Ethernet speeds include 1, 2.5, 10, 25, 40, 50, and 100 gigabits per second
114Gbps Layer 2 Ethernet switch
Up to 24 PCIe Gen3 lanes, supporting ports as wide as x8
50Gbps security accelerator
100Gbps data compression/decompression engine
Security wise it would be less than ideal if they transitioned all their MX records to exchange online, some dept's would have T&C's they could not use i.e. software security research into vulnerability of Microsoft products means data can be compromised when flowing through Microsoft's network...
plus Microsoft while it has said they will support DANE for some office365 they have not committed for all which would disavow some grant applications while Exim has supported that option for years.
All of Cambridge's email data transmission would flow through Microsoft and they can use that Meta Data... if you think adverts targeting you are creepy...
The actual data came from measurement lab and is open for anyone you don't need to use their report
you can test yourself here :
its actually interesting to see what people get
the data is actually here with a map already :
yes the upgrade might be risky but the reward is you can sell a higher bandwidth package... thats how it works... people vote with their wallets
personally I would prefer if ISP's would charge the contract owner if they got notified of bad traffic just like they do with corporate contracts.
that would force people to actually put some effort into not have infected virus laden machines lingering on their home wifi and incentivize people
having a network that supports things like DNSSEC and IPv6 would be useful not only for scalability but for network admins helping the end user track down which machine was the problem & billing, much like mobile networks do now (most mobile networks are IPv6 )
Bill the endpoint
This incentivizes both the ISP and the End User
The ISP can do it easily enough within the existing T&C's because their was "effort" to process the IP logs, say $10 which is waived instantly if they phone/email and declare they have cleaned up their network/PC/router
That would be attractive to the ISP (sicne people are lazy they get to keep a portion) and reward people who take care... (while educating people to the cost)
honestly I don't know why they don't do it...
whoever was on the pannel should be taken out and given some tea because clearly they cant be sane
A 2014 report by the RAND Corporation described Epic as a "closed" platform that made it "challenging and costly for hospitals" to interconnect with the clinical or billing software of other companies. The report also cited other research showing that Epic's implementation in the Kaiser Permanente system led to efficiency losses.
does it link to anything else without costly "variations" ?
actually I rather like someone in the tech press actually following up on stories
(I used to call it journalism/professionalism)
if your actually interested in the background I suggest you research using the information in the article as a starting point, that's what I did and found this :
COVIDSafe's new payload encryption scheme :
honestly yes many systems use a certification authority and its time to move on to a DNS based system where you can choose your CA (self signed or with a CA) it also nicely describes what legal system ( jurisdiction ) applies, .uk or .de
easy to deploy today with your existing certificate with usefulness for SMTP and in the future HTTPS
"integrate the CA functionality into their external DNS server"
you can do that now with DANE for example backward compatible for browsers :
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