275 posts • joined 16 Dec 2016
Re: Quite expected.
I quite like satellites, I'll try not to take them out :)
TalkTalk hackhack duoduo thrownthrown in the coolercooler: 'Talented' pair sentenced for ransacking ISP
There's always room for a bit more Di
Re: Is it me
Totally agree..."filth" "scumbag" and "scum" pop up in that article in reference to the attacker. Comes across as terrible journalism if I am honest.
If at first or second you don't succeed, you may be Microsoft: Hold off installing re-released Windows Oct Update
I'm sure I've asked you this before, but what is the deal with "Win-10-nic"? I don't get the pun/put-down/witticism there?
Re: Have you ever put something apparently useless to good use?
So to summarise, you hate badly positioned apostrophes and badly positioned wheelie bin's?
Every time I so much as read the words "Wicrosoft ME" I gag a little.
Re: I was some years ago
I believe it depends whether or not the anecdote fits the narrative or not (that isn't specific to this situation btw)
Re: Who even uses Windows ZIP handling?
To be fair, it does depend on what I'm doing, but I sometimes use inbuilt windows zip. Why? Because I can double click into the file from within windows explorer, if all I am after is viewing a log file within a zip quickly, then it makes more sense to reach that in a couple of clicks rather than bothering to unzip with a different product.
Other than that though, I'll freely admit that built in functionality for handling zip archives sucks balls.
Re: Right on, Commander!
"You are only as old as the woman you feel."
Be that as it may, that's unlikely to work in front of a judge.
He probably meant all 'round, if you want to be a really pedantic git.
I 'ardly knew 'em!
Re: They’ve spelled ‘rogue’ as ‘rouge’ everywhere!
They mention pishing servers too. That said, they appear to be Chinese, so I can forgive them a few misspellings.
That's because the poor lass is constantly stuck dancing with Chris de Burgh...
Forget administrators, there'd be criminal proceedings...
If you are willing to go on a very popular auction and general tat website with only 4 letters in its name, you can find an Office 2016 Professional license for about £5.
I'm sorry, you've confused me here. I'm not sure if it is the way you've written things, but you've lost me somewhere by Venus, I believe. You seem to have created an account on here just to link to a note you have posted on your Facebook account, and you are saying that essentially 'Einstein was wrong if Einstein was wrong!'. I believe that's called tautology. Now, I could go on to Facebook to read your post, but I have no wish to log in to that site, so either post what your point is here (not sure how it is relevant regardless) or give it up and toddle on.
Re: Lightening strike ?
A lightening strike? Is that where someone refuses to flip the lightswitch?
Re: I wonder if this is Apple or Samsung funded viral FUD...
Thank's for you input there, AC#1 and AC#2. Out of interest, when does your colourful Alphabet cheque arive?
Google scan app for malware, reassuring dev and end user
There have been hundreds of cases involving numerous infected apps on Google Play which have only been removed after someone made the larger comminuty aware of the problem. Now I'm not saying that any malware scanner is perfect, but Google's method for vetting apps has been derided as being very poor for quite some time.
Yes. Overall, it was pretty optimal.
Wait a minute
So "Reality Winner" is ACTUALLY her name? It's not some weird codename for the case or some silly nickname? Never mind putting her in jail for leaking stuff, her parents should be the ones locked up for naming her that.
A collection of carrots?
"First case of solar suckage"
That is slander against my good name and I will not stand for it!
You want to do WHAT to a duck? That's disgusting.
"Rouge Techs - Damn Commies!"
Coming overe here, faking our emissions tests!
Re: 1.6 litre!
And tonight on "Spot The Americans!"...
Yes guys, outside of your borders people worked out that you can get the same amount of power from 1/4 of the size of engine if you build it properly :)
Re: Is it likely
I'm sure I'll get downvoted to hell for this (as is the norm whenever you mention it), but you could always use an iPhone instead.
Furthermore, salaries for men and women in the same role at the same band are within 1 per cent of each other.
So couldn't this have been used instead under the headline of "No gender pay gap at IBM"?
Because of the amount of hot water they would get in if a confidential document was uploaded to Virustotal as an automatic action by a browser. The lawyers would love it.
Re: Isn't he supposed to be ...
I'm sure when it gets a bit down the line he will have extra charges added to his sheet. I'd think there's a good chance of getting something along the lines of "conspiracy to kidnap" added without much effort too.
I blame the "gee, this is easy" attitude referred to by some as "positive thinking".
I believe nowadays that is called 'Agile' or 'Dev Ops'
Have you been caught in flagante too?
I read that as 'flangegate' first, I need stronger coffee.
"Peter Jansen of Oracle licensing consultancy Navicle told The Register"
When there are companies that exist solely to give consultancy advice to other companies about nothing else other than your licensing...
Re: Well, what do you expect...
I think you completely missed his point there?
That sounds like pretty standard broadband response times, in my experience.
Re: Bureaucracy rules...
Re: Sorry, Europe
What the hell is "soccer"?
Surprisingly, my TV is on that list. I also have fast enough broadband to handle it. Provided I can be arsed, i can enjoy watching us crash out in the group stages in crisp 4K.
Personally, I feel they have a good point. To fix this we should change it to human-in-the-middle. We can then remove the hu- prefix to shorten it a bit.
Re: Remoaners get it wrong - again
Of course not, why would he read it if he can spout off a quick comment to make himself feel superior?
"I expect the financial word for stampede to exit"
Stexit means Stexit?
I feel that if it is a personal post, then the carrier shouldn't be liable for it. So if someone is bullying Little Timmy, then Facebook shouldn't be the one on the hook for that (Sorry Mr. Hunt, I don't agree with your soundbite from the other day). I wouldn't blame Royal Mail for a nasty card I got from somebody.
However, advertisers are paying for the carrier to target people, so carriers should certainly be liable for what they are choosing to allow to be sent. In the Royal Mail example, if they send me some marketing bumf which is particularly awful and if a massive scam (and have gotten paid to deliver it) I think they should be on the hook for that. The same goes for Facebook. Honestly their excuse seems to be more "we don't vet stuff, we just let them pay to target people".
Great idea. But first, could the digital infrastructure be put in place so my GP can get info from my Consultant and vice-versa, especially if I have moved across the country? It would be nice if the 'digital infrastructure' could be worked on so that it doesn't take 9 weeks to get a letter typed up just to say that I have had an appointment. It would be even better if I could get letters telling me that my appointment has been rescheduled for x date, but was only dated the week prior to that and arrived 3 days the appointment.
But yes, Genomics, cool.
MPs have voiced “serious concerns” about NHS Digital’s leadership, claiming execs paid “little regard” to the ethics of sharing patient details for immigration enforcement and are too close to government.
Members of the House of Commons Health Committee slammed the body - which provides IT and data services for the NHS - for signing a data-sharing agreement with the Home Office.
So I'm just trying to straighten this out in my head... MPs (the government) have voiced serious concerns about NHS Digital (a public organisation which is beholden to the Department for Health, i.e. the government) and say that they are too close to government?
So the government is criticising the government for being too close to the government and not caring about the privacy of 'the people'?
"There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers"
No silicon heaven? Then where do all the calculators go?
Re: Good reasons not to extradite aplenty
@David Webb "Mental health issues are not a get out of jail free card,
Actually, sometimes they are in the UK. A good example is Tania Clarence. She murdered her 3 children and was sectioned for less than a year for it because they were disabled and that was tough for her to cope with, apparently.
"And my hate, unable to use it in a domain admin account. It isn't that I want to use it, but I have to positively change defaults in order to avoid things trying to open in Edge."
Why are you opening a browser when you're running with domain admin privileges?
I'm afraid if we told you, we'd have to kill you.
For those wondering
This seems to be just about enough to bump up averages. £67,000,000 at £3k a connection gives 22k connections.
If the average speed for the UK is 5mbps, adding another 22k connections that can be marketed as 1000mbps will bump up the average for a pittance of what it would cost to actually improve the service to the masses.