127 posts • joined 13 Jan 2010
Re: Missing item in the series?
because if you have password protected the BIOS and turned off USB booting you wouldn't expect this to be possible
Has it impacted you?
No, my volume has been constant.
> Problem is, try finding a single CPU server these days - all multi-core and you pay half CPU for each extra core (rounded up!).
What if you promise to set CPU affinity to a single core ?
A moral duty
To build a porn search engine
Complexity is irrelvant in passwords,what's important is length.
"hp magic backdoor password"
is a better password than
The hybrids do about 11 laps per fuel stop
that's about 90 miles and takes just over half an hour
Moral of the story
You can't make money inventing things for poor people to use.
Re: Defense in Depth
Diagnostic page for articles.latimes.com
What is the current listing status for articles.latimes.com?
Site is listed as suspicious - visiting this web site may harm your computer.
Part of this site was listed for suspicious activity 4 time(s) over the past 90 days.
What happened when Google visited this site?
Of the 4288 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 336 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2013-02-04, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2013-02-03.
Malicious software is hosted on 3 domain(s), including ads.zitaholdings.com/, openx.org/, d1.rumbaypelo.com/.
1 domain(s) appear to be functioning as intermediaries for distributing malware to visitors of this site, including openx.org/.
This site was hosted on 7 network(s) including AS36408 (PANTHER), AS31133 (MF), AS6854 (SYNTERRA).
This release makes it sound like Stanford engineered it
The 1,572,864 core computer is built by IBM and runs Linux.
I don't know what record they are claiming to have achieved with 1mill cores.
Action to help Ministers and publishers understand the importance
of respect for intellectual research, anmely economics :
"If supply is infinite, price is zero"
No amount of wailing is going to change that
I thought the future was Twatter ?
Ideas running short
I can't wait.
I've had some success via the Advertising Standards Authority http://www.proweb.co.uk/~matt/asa_pcworld_haha.gif
And via The Telephone Preference Service "can you hand me to your supervisor now, you've committed a criminal offence by phoning me"
I'm really looking forward to this cookie law being enforced, I'm going to be such a dick!
Re: Public interest defence
The Computer Misuse Act doesn't contain *any* defenses, let alone Public Interest.
The best you can do is say you didn't know you were unauthorised.
> can also only run 32KB of program code with around 2KB of memory.
pfft, kids today, in my day that was more than the program code, the memory, the OS and the screen RAM combined. And we liked it!
These are people with access to RIPA
Making these phones a *very* attractive target.
One "sandbox" app across two platforms. Yeah, that sounds like an excellent idea.
Sandboxes, pfft, they work great on compromised devices.
Still, no less secure than whatever shitty Dell is going to be running at their homes.
Is that how you get a degree these days ?
Still, they are better than some of the Comp-Sci graduates I've interviewed.
They don't promise 5 9's
They promise to compenstate you for the difference.
not Iain Banks, he uses Iain M. Banks for science fiction
1 in a million always dodgy to me
I've always thought the X in a million chances of a DNA match was one of the dodgiest statistics around.
DNA is not randomly distributed. So to say "picked at random from the popualtion there is a 1 in X chance of a match" is not the same as "the chance of DNA picked at random from the town in which you and your ancestors have lived in for over 1000 years is 1 in X".
That's all very well
But every job I've been self-qualified for and interested in says "Graduate ....."
get a grip
> which pass powerful database commands
hello, this is not the Daily Mail
> While Linux is supposed to be open source, Microsoft has claimed since 2007 that more than 235 of its patents are violated by the project.
Care to explain what "supposed to be" to is trying to say here ?
And what on earth does that have to do with the claim by Microsoft ?
v. sloppy Brid-Aine
So it's BROWSERS that are broken NOT TLS ?
Because TLS is used in other places than the web browser, in your Email connections for instance:
Received: from TX2EHSOBE001.bigfish.com (tx2ehsobe001.messaging.microsoft.com [126.96.36.199])
(using TLSv1 with cipher AES128-SHA (128/128 bits))
bunch of whiners
$500 a month for hosting and no sysadmin to pay. Not an amazing deal but not ruinous either.
About the same as going to Rackspace.
Must have only use 6 proxies
Be on the Lulzboat, 6am, knock & raid.
Bribe police officers, interfere with murder enquiries and terrorist investigations, turn up at the station at your leisure.
give it a month
and it will be broken open via a download rendering it not only useless but dangerous
generic name for obvious app
When I saw thew bullet points for what's new in iOS5 my first reaction was : "blimey, you've been living *without* those things for all this time, I thought your platform was supposed to be useful. I guess they had to spend a lot of time getting the phone to pretend to be a flute".
And the icon, the symbol for WiFi combined with the symbol for sync as used by 1990s Palm Pilot.
let me know when there's some *real* news, ta.
100Mbps x 1m houses = 100,000 Gbps
Somehow I don't think they can supply that
Oh BBC, pot kettle
BBC News has learnt that the Government has spent tens of thousands of pounds developing iPhone applications.
"It seems many Government bodies have given in to the temptation to spend money on fashionable gimmicks at a time when they are meant to be cutting back on self-indulgent wastes of money", he told BBC News.
BBC News iPhone and iPad app launches in the UK
Gnome / KDE are for lamers
Personally I use Rio from Plan9port, that's right. a WM you've never heard of.
Are you, your parents or your grandparents Jewish?
You didn't think they administrated the deaths of 10m people with pencil and paper did you ?
Trickle down the back of your neck
He we don't call it fraud, we call it quantative easing.
Getting Java running is hard enough!!
Porridge, with jam
A guy I kind of know was in prison (he was caught with guns an live hand grenades in his car !!). He kept running his business with a mobile and played Xbox all day. He said if it wasn't for the fact he couldn't have sex with his missus he would have been quite happy to stay inside.
I might click OK this week when I have no juicy info.
Then a few months down the line I get tempted into the "link this account to your mobile so you can MMS right ot your news feed" feature and I forget I already gave Zynga permission to SMS spam me as and when.
Or better still "reply to this text to stop this sort of spam" [only 1.50 per message, two messages required]
bunch of ranters
> to see how we can regulate the virtual city **while still regarding the internet as an opportunity**
an opportunity for whom and for what ?
Commerce is already doing fine, no need to touch that
anyway, I hope morality is just a smokescreen.
"The bombs dropped on Hiroshima killed 200,000 people, so you can stuff your morality" - crass
Linux is a cleaning product on t'continent
Looks like kitchen roll
Email - damn stuff
I have to send bulk (solicited) email. Writing the code and pressing "send" is a nervous time, even when you think you've tested everything.
Loving the hate
PHP is disliked because it is a shit language. Simple as that.
It has no rigourl, arguments to functions are inconsistently ordered str_replace is it (in_this_string, replace_this, with_this) or (replace_this, with_this, in_this_string) ?
then, of course, there's this http://imgur.com/7unV7
PHP is popular because it has batteries included and back when I started using it, when it was called Personal Home Page, the alternatives were CGI (mostly Perl) or ASP (vbscript, jscript).
I continue to use it through gritted teeth because once I've coded it up my replacement for ongoing maintenance will be much cheaper than me.
Need an address for online ?
I don't think so chummy.
But what are they made from ?
Is it Chinese unobtanium again ?
Market Forces ?
This should be a golden opportunity, the campaigners should start a business offering porn free internet / porn by password internet.
They'll either make a mint or lose out from lack of demand.
With your eyes? How primitive
1) Decode streams
2) run FFT on output
3) make visualisation of output
4) presence of higher frequencies means better quality
We did this for lulz
The first year "Stars in Their Eyes" had an online poll they had nothing to stop multi-voting. So we whipped up an auto-voting script. Was funny hearing Matthew Kelly say "we've had an amazing response to our Internet voting".
"10mb suitable for small households"
Is already a lie.
Average is also useless.
10mbps from 12am-12pm
0mbps from 12pm-12am
is avg 5mbps
MBR writing is due to MS DRM my friends
A windows PC doesn't fill the MBR so "clever" apps have been using it as a private scratch space :
including but not limited to HP ProtectTools, PC Angel, Adobe Flexnet
btw. Coraid uses Plan 9 From Bell Labs
I know they don't make much of it in the news but I know they do as they are very active in the Plan9 community, in fact they hosted last year's Plan 9 International Conference in Athens, GA. http://4e.iwp9.org/
Brantley is a nice guy, I wish them all the best.