Just curious, what would be your favorite (laser) printer?
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With PCI you'd still need a host firewall. Daft but thats just how the "tickbox auditing" happens.
We have a DB host connected via FICON to the mainframe, and the DB box only has a FICON adaptor and the cable goes from mainframe => DB, not even via a switch.
We still needed a host firewall to comply with PCI and it wasn't worth arguing over that it was pointless, we did it anyhow. Admitted we are a large financial services company, but the rules apply across the board.
The "Purchase app" within 15 minutes without re-prompting for a password (which is configurable) is a separate 15 minute timer to the "In-App purchase" one.
And you can easily set "ask for password for each purchase" in the settings, along with "disable in-app purchases"
To be honest, if my son was kidnapped, I'd do everything I possibly could to find him.
Anyone that says "You call your lawyer first", cannot possibly have children, or if they do, really need their priority sorting out!
Only thing that matters is finding your kid as fast as physically possible. If that means the police/FBI/whoever want to strip-search me to prove I had nothing to do with it, or search my house or whatever, I wouldn't care. Do whatever and however it takes to find my kid!
And I'm so, so sorry you and your family had to go through that. Holy cow, I cannot even begin to think how hard that must be.
Totally agree, one of my younger sisters was
She very recently graduated with her Masters degree as a Civil Engineer.
Thats weird, because I work for a FTSE 100 financial services company and we had a few little issues when nearly 72,000 members of the public attempted to use our online services at the same time, when our usual concurrent volume is around 4,500.
We planned for a "worse-case" of 50,000 concurrent trades, but our system DDOS-ed itself at around 71,000 (gotta love fast-switch cluster failover, and back, and over, and back... Oracle FTW!!!)
Anyhow, before we could even think to phone Oracle and shout that our newest 1.2 million pound server wasn't handling particularly well, the head of Oracle UK phoned
I'd have thought we'd be smaller than a US gov agency, but hey ho, Oracle (plus Cisco, Juniper and EMC) parachuted people straight in, nothing too much to help.
Admittedly now we have bought a lot more kit, but they weren't to know that we'd do that considering the failure.
Just an FYI, heartbleed is not fixed in 5.5 without extra (source) patches.
002: SECURITY FIX: April 8, 2014 All architectures
Missing bounds checking in OpenSSL's implementation of the TLS/DTLS heartbeat extension (RFC6520) which can result in a leak of memory contents.
A source code patch exists which remedies this problem.
Yes, technically under Windows 2003 (Server) IE6 is "supported". Still sucks as a browser though.
LibreSSL.... Please for the love of code, change the name!
Then you'd be wrong.
Ever seen a Juniper switch, router, firewall?
How about a Citrix NetScaler?
Or maybe a NetApp filer?
BSD is inside a hell of a lot of kit, unless you work inside your mothers basement then chances are, you've seen BSD production systems.
PayPal have already tried the credit card thing, not that popular it seems.
That and they'd have to set up their own payment network to avoid MasterCard and VISA, or convince AMEX to carry them...
Amazon certainly do get that "luxury" as its how they are currently screwing over people in the UK for VAT on ebooks.
Amazon collect VAT from UK residents for ebooks, however as they are "based" in Luxembourg they remit a VAT rate of ZERO, so the VAT they collect is pure profit.
Its not contempt of court when you do what the court ordered.
And ordering Apple to say that Samsung didn't copy them when 2 other court cases (and anyone that has ever looked at their product) say different is a little rich.
If you are reducing this to getting your child to apologize, then the moment Samsung apologize for copying and free-riding from the work of Apple,
I'd suggest you re-read the Court's wording. It matches
Then underneath the Court's mandated wording, Apple have repeated some facts. It says quite a bit about your bias that you seem to resent the facts they quoted...