and eventually all security issues will be fixed and then it will cost nothing to maintain
I would like to think I would never fall for something like this. But if this email had a return address of someone in the company? That would make it seem VERY legitimate.
If your mail admin (or outsourced mail provider) allows inbound messages that are spoofing your company's domain(s), they are worthless and have no business running your mail system.
I thought that memresistors were suppose to be one of the greatest invention in computers. HP was suppose to have invented it and it was suppose to go into production around 2012. I thought they were suppose to be a non-volatile ram memory so that it would mean near instant booting of the computer.
This is pretty much what we have with SSDs now.
I haven't touched Dell since that run of Optiplex where the caps go BOOM! real good. Can't remember the line but that was irritating as hell.
The infamous cap plauge was not restricted to Dell Optiplex's, I have personally experienced large amounts of failed HPaq DX2000's, IBM Netvistas, and even a few Apple iMacs and eMacs that suffered the fate as well. I will say that Dell and IBM's support was amongst the worst at handling the issue. HP and Apple were great, Apple even paid CDW to replace the logic board in an eMac that was way out of warranty.
One way to partly rectify some of the problems would be to apply a fuel tax on oil. It may make people in the US think about getting cars with better fuel economy and also provide an income to the state. Of course people will cry blood and complain a lot, but it will be healthy in the long run.
Yeah, all the poor people living paycheck to paycheck that can barely afford to get around as it is, will just take out loans on new fuel efficient cars that they can't afford, brilliant idea!
All laws are simulations of reality. -- John C. Lilly