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Comment: Re:why o why (Score 1) 195

by norriefc (#38567786) Attached to: Google Testing Completely Revamped Look

I'm almost scared to ask, what is the difference between using capslock and shift? It seems like too much effort for me, but how could it affect a program?

Unsure why but our company laptops are locked down by Safeguard and all passwords use a random combination of upper case characters and numbers, if the user holds down shift while entering the characters it will not be accepted, if they enter it with capslock on it is fine. Perhaps the fine denizens of Slashdot could explain why.

Comment: Re:Hacking? DDoS is more like it... (Score 3, Informative) 363

by norriefc (#36805830) Attached to: LulzSec Target the Sun After Phone Hacking Scandal

I don't see hacking, I only noticed the domain won't resolve. So its back to ddos again, as always. Lame; guess the only "inteligence" here is that they seem to have targeted the DNS server.

Totally not impressed here.

That's only because NI went scorched earth and took down all their NI UK based websites. There are screenshots and videos floating about the net

Comment: Re:It's prison time (Score 2) 361

by norriefc (#36511370) Attached to: LulzSec Suspect Arrested By UK Police

With all the high profile attacks and leaking private info of companies then attacking FBI and other law enforcement agencies I bet his looking for a lifetime sentence. Serves him right.

This is the UK. Should he be someone from lulzsec and if they have a decent amount of evidence to prove he was a main player I'd say he'll get 2-3 years max and likely out in 12-18 months for good behaviour

Comment: Re:I hate Iceland (Score 1) 191

by norriefc (#36206678) Attached to: Volcano Erupts In Iceland
I'd disagree. I'm no great understander (new word by the way) of geopolitics but since the cold war has died there has been quite a few countries liberated from communist powers, who are you to say that Korea wouldn't have been one of them. Who knows, maybe they'd have become a shining light of democracy and even forced China into a brave new world.

The reason that every major university maintains a department of mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.