This. My company gave up on Windows after we almost went out of business because of a data leak due to a
Which bug was that?
My theory has been that he'll retract his support last minute for some other candidate, get a lovely paycheck from them directly or indirectly, then go back to his other antics. After all, it probably pays better to be in the president's pocket than to be the president.
I've been running internet-connected Windows desktop for 20 years, and have never gotten a virus. Surf smart, lock your door, and don't click on the damn
When you say lock your door, I'm presuming you mean behind a firewall or router?
The only time I've been infected was during a Win98 install. I ended up connecting it directly to the internet instead of using my router (I don't recall why; that was a long time ago.) After my first set of updates had applied (ie: rebooted from), I discovered that it was already infected. The most interesting part was it was compromised in under 25 minutes.
Since then, a router has been my best and first line of defense. After that, the rest of stuff is avoiding most of the social engineering that's trying to get you to click them.
I wonder what actually is accessible via operator mode. Changing text and the fees is one thing, but can it actually give the 'operator' any money by either changing the account where fees are deposited and/or by directly 'withdrawing' the money on the spot (without a bank account).
Next thing they'll be banning IE, Firefox, et al, for making one-click hacking software. Retarded* politicians.
(* I have a Down's syndrome brother, so I liberally apply the word retarded for those who act worse than my brother.)
I know I RTFA, but I haven't had my coffee yet. I had thought they guessed URLs within the site to see if there was something new but they just clicked on a link.
On that I change my tune a bit as I think of regular pings as normal knocks on the door. Answer and expect to get a visit from a salesman. Just because I only gave out my domain name to my 10 close friends doesn't mean that I don't expect others. However, I start for my phone/baseball bat when someone tries to get in after they've been denied regular access.
I was thinking along these lines. I remember coming across the following in my linux apache logs and definitely thought of it an attack probe: "GET
Just because you leave your door open doesn't make someone going through it not trespassing, lock or not. Checking all of the windows and doors to see if there's a way in also doesn't really help with the "I wasn't trespassing" argument, either.
I do admit it should have been locked down, though. At least IP filter access to the site if you're still in testing.
Okay, you got me curious.. are you working 7 days a week at 12+ hours each day? Or is it a lot fewer hours just over the entire week?
If so, do you have a happily married wife and kid(s)? I know a few people that would be fine with working solid 10+ hour days a week all week but they have no life nor significant others.
I'm not trying to argue that it's wrong but I am curious how you would do it. I've done 55+ hour work weeks for months in a row and it was starting to take its toll on my family.
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