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Cisco ASA firewall has a wormable problem | CSO Online http://buff.ly/1QWYBUD < My latest post
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Something for doing something you should do anyway.
 
Want a free extra 2GB of Google Drive storage, and a more secure Google account? Take a quick security check-up for your account and you'll get an extra 2GB of free-forever Drive storage. (And yes, it stacks with last year's security checkup bonus!)

https://security.google.com/settings/security/secureaccount
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Nanobots.  Singularity.

I'm just sayin'.
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+Kim Halavakoski it seems to be more blue.  When its not producing crystals.  Not sure how crystals work in to that.

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For when I'm too busy to play.
 
Hanging up on annoying telemarketers is the easiest way to deal with them, but that just sends their autodialers onto the next unfortunate victim. Roger Anderson decided that telemarketers deserved a crueler fate, so he programmed an artificially intelligent bot that keeps them on the line for as long as possible.
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The world never stops flabbergasting me...
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At one point, a certain very recognizable Gov't agency had its entire internal personnel directory exposed to the wild Internet.  If you knew how to talk to it.  What harm, right?  They cut that off and some of the more publicly recognizable agents of the agency stopped getting strange phonecalls at their desk.
 
"The new breach does not appear to have resulted from an attack using an outside computer to penetrate the system. Instead, officials said, they believe that the intruder impersonated a government employee and used that information to get into other parts of the system."
The breach appeared to be by an intruder who impersonated a government employee, but officials said there was no indication that sensitive information had been stolen.
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Far cooler than I expected.


Having said that.... go in to this with low expectations.  It'll totally be better for you.

Dammit.

[thock]
 
"Every time the beautiful Regina rejects his advances, James pushes a red button and tries again, all the while unaware of the reality and consequences of his actions." ♥️😁
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I can't quite get the part with the red button?

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How intriguing the premise of spanking my bad little boy bottom is...

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The construct of timetravel in this context implies a Einstein-Rosen bridge that would connect the timespace continuum 1 minute to the past and enable the guy to travel backwards in time. This would hovever require a quantum magnetic bubble separating the traveller from the universal spatial geography...

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Whatever...
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"When you install Comodo Internet Security, by default a new browser called Chromodo is installed and set as the default browser. Additionally, all shortcuts are replaced with Chromodo links and all settings, cookies, etc are imported from Chrome. They also hijack DNS settings, among other shady practices.

https://www.comodo.com/home/browsers-toolbars/chromodo-private-internet-browser.php

Chromodo is described as "highest levels of speed, security and privacy", but actually disables all web security. Let me repeat that, they  **disable the same origin policy**.... ?!?.."

#welp  
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F that noise.
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Yeah... my tab bar ends up looking like this too.
 
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