* Posts by g00se2

24 posts • joined 31 May 2018

Sussex Police gives up on £790k Gatwick drone shutdown probe

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Obvious culprit

Good thing Tony Blair's not still in power. Would have been blamed on Iran by now

Google security crew sheds light on long-running super-stealthy iOS spyware operation

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>>Project Zero dissects years-long surveillance campaign<<

Pot analyses nature of kettle's blackness?

My MacBook Woe: I got up close and personal with city's snatch'n'dash crooks (aka some bastard stole my laptop)

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Headmaster

Re: That's horrible.

Err .. "any" means - one

Office 365 verboten in Hessen schools: German state bans cloudy Microsoft suite on privacy grounds

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WTF?

So, Hesse "after years of negotiations with Microsoft" is unclear about the nature and extent of slurping. I'm guessing that other states know even less on these issues. Are they using these slurping products and happy that they're in line with GDPR?

Good luck deleting someone's private info from a trained neural network – it's likely to bork the whole thing

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Stop

Even more important than the ability to delete data is an algorithmic audit trail. It should be possible to have a complete log of the full decision tree in order to ascertain that decisions affecting people in the real world have been arrived at reasonably. In fact there should be a standard to which all 'AI' systems must be held.

Meet the Great Duke of... DLL: Microsoft shines light on Astaroth, a devilishly sneaky strain of fileless malware

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Linux

>>

Typically, the attack begins when a victim opens a link inside a spear-phishing email. That link, in turn, opens up a shortcut file to a terminal command that downloads and runs JavaScript code.

>>

That's one hellishly slack Mail User Agent security policy that allows that!

Florida man pretending to be police pulls over real police, ends badly, claim cops

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FAIL

A technique that has been used by serial killers. The officer was lucky not to get shot. And, he had to call 911!? Almost as if he was just one step up from the wannabee

RIP Dyn Dynamic DNS :'( Oracle to end Dyn-asty by axing freshly gobbled services, shoving customers into its cloud

g00se2
Linux

Re: Time to find another solution

I used to use it until it went paid-for. I then moved over to namecheap.com. They support dynamic dns on their domain names. The same client i used for dyndns (ddclient) works for them too

Burn an offering and backup your system cuz Windows 10 19H1 might actually arrive for spring

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Headmaster

Back up and rewrite

"and backup your system"

Err, no. 'Backup' is a noun. You need the verb: 'back up'

Did you know?! Ghidra, the NSA's open-sourced decompiler toolkit, is ancient Norse for 'No backdoors, we swear!'

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Re: Supported architectures?

<pre>

foo@t410:/tmp$ jar tf ghidra_9.0_PUBLIC_20190228.zip | grep -P '/Processors/[^/]+/$'

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/Toy/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/TI_MSP430/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/PA-RISC/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/6502/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/PowerPC/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/Z80/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/8085/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/CR16/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/JVM/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/6805/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/MIPS/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/PIC/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/x86/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/8051/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/68000/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/ARM/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/DATA/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/AARCH64/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/Sparc/

ghidra_9.0/Ghidra/Processors/Atmel/

</pre>

The Iceman cometh, his smartwatch told the cops: Hitman jailed after gizmo links him to Brit gangland slayings

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Re: Dawinism

That would be Daloseism

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Joke

Re: Proof once again

I think you might have a glorious career in training beckoning

Army had 'naive' approach to Capita's £1.3bn recruiting IT contract, MPs told

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TV ads

I wonder if Crapita was responsibe for the ludicrous TV ad campaign aimed at snowflakes and solipsists?

Sorry, we haven't ACLU what happened in sealed 'Facebook decryption' case, but let's find out

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along with the Electronic Frontiers Foundation and Stanford Law School's Riana Pfefferkorn (acting in her personal capacity)

... as - what? A condiment?

Xiaomi anarchy in the UK: Chinese tat-flinger wants to slip its cheapo flagships in Brit pockets

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Re: So....?

If data privacy is your chief concern, maybe don't look at Android at all?

If data privacy is your chief concern, maybe don't use a mobile phone at all?

FTFY

If you have inner peace, it's probably 'cos your broadband works: Zen Internet least whinged-about Brit ISP – survey

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Re: Another happy Zen customer here

They don't piss and moan when I tell them I'm using a Linux router

As opposed to ... Windows routers?

30-up: You know what? Those really weren't the days

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Original Git girl

THIS is the original Git girl:

http://technojeeves.com/tech/git-headless.html

Ransomware is so 2017, it's all cryptomining now among the script kiddies

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WTF?

Core!

Surely the infected-boxes/revenue ratio is going to to have to go up hugely for mining malware as opposed to ransomware?

We shall call him Mini-U – Ubuntu reveals tiny cloudy server

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Joke

Images of the OS for the cloud are said to be “less than 50% the size of the standard Ubuntu server image, and boot up to 40% faster.”

So systemd didn't provide that boot optimization after all?

Not API: Third parties scrape your Gmail for marketing insights

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<i>Fortunately, I only personally know a single person who still uses GMail for their private email.</i>

What's "private email" (unless you're running your own mail server)?

A slick phone Linux for your pocket PDA? Ooh, don't mind if I do, sir

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Linux

Slurpalike

<i>You can see an early version of Sailfish on the Gemini here:</i>

Looks disturbingly like Win10

Now NHS Digital is going after data on private healthcare too

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Re: opting out of the new opt-in

I too received that letter.

I hope you're wrong or i didn't read it carefully enough. I thought it was stating that my opt-out status was continuing

UK.gov lobs £25m at self-driving, self-parking, self-selling auto autos

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WTF?

Isopod

<i>A self-driving vehicle of the type that was being tested in Greenwich, London, earlier this year.</i>

Looks like a giant woodlouse wearing 'elevators'

Hello, this is the FTC. You have been selected for a free lawsuit... Robocall pair sued

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WTF?

<i>The software can also be programmed in "answering machine only" mode, so it leaves messages on answering machines but hangs up if a person answers.</i>

Why would they want to avoid addressing the mark directly?

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