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  1. rhlstp kickstarter III https://t.co/W1ojk7wWQw via @YouTube

  2. @CaffeNero_US No UK twitter? Can I get my missing 1inch of hot choc please? Thanks. https://t.co/BUGHmagt1U

  3. @ProSyndicate Or "I need to wait till I speak to my lawyer so they can tell me what to say. So I don't incriminate myself".

  4. Petition condemns Windows 10 upgrade practices, asks EFF to investigate https://t.co/LUd2bmXi6u via @YouTube

  5. Paul Daniels https://t.co/AkG1QLAH2s via @gofundme

  6. With Elite Dangerous specifically the financials are only fictional and there is no monthly fee or anything like that. But I just had another thought, because their Commodities Market is actually influenced by other player trades then yes, you're probably right, it is encrypted. As real money is involved in WoW that would certainly be encrypted.
  7. I don't know if this is a thing that would be answered but I'll ask anyway. Attempting to learn a bit of Wireshark and got me thinking about online games. Not using wireshark for hacking them but to see the data they send back for various areas. For example back in the day with Star Wars Galaxies and now World Of War Craft. The auction houses, would this data, as it's sent back to the client (me) be encrypted? I'm curious as I'm currently playing and enjoying Elite Dangerous. Playing it in the Solo Mode but got me curious if you could see the Commodities Market being sent to your client. If you, could you not take the date to put in a spreadsheet instead of having to note it down for every star port you visit? I've tried to run Wireshark but don't really know what to look for. I do, however, think i see where the data comes in but it does look like it's encrypted, I guess they don't want people taking that data to make an app for it. Interesting.
  8. Ahhh Archive.org the home of The Computer Chronicles a MUST watch.
  9. The Computer Chronicles: Gary Kildall Special: http://t.co/OeP8YwCrvE via @YouTube

  10. Not sure of the address would need to check at work. Most of the security flaws their end are fixed but as I've mentioned to them my knowledge is VERY basic. If I could do what I did, someone else with more knowledge will wreck their setup, it's still not perfect. All client machines are Windows 7. What I don't understand is why, when that message happens to that user, it then works fine when Fiddler is running. It all works now so I can't recreate the problem. Appeared to stop working when the firewall rule was put in, despite it working when there was no rule for me and the other user.
  11. Harbinger Down Official Trailer: http://t.co/41kvz1L5VG via @YouTube

  12. Yes, it's my domain. But trying to import it locally on my PC it never seemed to work properly. I haven't found many guides for it so wondering if it's not possible.
  13. Yes you can download it. I've had a Wordpress setup before locally but then have never managed to get the setup that was live on the net, working locally. I can't seem to find a way to import it. Everything just seems to break.
  14. Currently I still think it's GoGlobal's end, despite them denying it because I'm home tonight and it briefly did it to me and I KNOW my firewall has no block on. The setup seems a bit of a mess as is. The software is really old so needs stupid access rights to sensitive areas. Once you've connect and the app is running it's a easy to break out of the app and now be on the VM. Worst still, you can freely traverse the directories like C:\windows\system32, run cmd unchallenged and even run RDP unchallenged. Gets even worse; the machine has Internet access for some reason. So you can freely download apps and run them, such as the IP scanner I downloaded and ran to show them all the IPs viewable on that subnet. Pointed out all these flaws to them and all they did was make all the folders on C hidden. Means nothing when you can freely run explorer and then tell it to show hidden folders. Before anyone asks, I do have permission. When we tested part of the app before it crash and loaded IE and we broke out that way. Since pointing that bug out they've asked me to test some more; I don't even work for them, I should be charging a fee :)
  15. If that makes sense? I've been looking for guides but can only find old ones that don't explain what I need. I need, well would like as it's just a hobby, an offline version of Wordpress on my PC so I can import my current wordpress site that is online. It's had an old no longer supported theme on it for a couple of years now and I want to change it. But when I preview other themes most of them break the layout. So would like to create an offline version to play with various themes. Having just typed this I wonder if I could just do it on another part of my website, so it's an online copy and then just play around with the copy. Hmmm.
  16. From what I can remember, it was a week or two ago, simply just allowed the IP address for UKFast's host through the wall, nothing more. EDIT-I'll try to remember to ask on Monday to double check.
  17. It's not a stupid comment but nope, that's not the issue. There are only 6 users of the software. The security on the VM is shockingly bad but that's another story. What we don't understand is they keep claiming it's a firewall issue our end, but it can't be as it works for me and another user on the same PC. Move PCs and for us it doesn't work. However, 3rd line made a change on the firewall for that address and the issue went away. Suggesting it was a firewall issue. But how can it be, when it worked fine for me and the other user; neither of us have special firewall permissions. And if it was the firewall how comes it didn't work for User 1 but then when Fiddler was run it then did connect and work. Very odd.
  18. We have moved a piece of 3rd party software to a cloud based solution. The department that uses it was using it installed locally for awhile but it is really old software, still using FoxPro. Anyway, they said they now have a cloud solution (the same old software just run on a VM managed by an external host). They use GraphOn's Go-Global and UKFast (I won't mention reviews :) or what their support is like :) ) Anyway. So we have an address for the package. When you visit it, if Go-Global isn't installed then it requests to. Once that's installed the remote application now loads. We had one user where it refused to connect and would come back with "failed to connect to "THE ADDRESS" on port #443" from Go-Global. They suggested this was a firewall issue but it can't have been because when I logged on it connected fine. "I'm an domain admin" I thought, but it can't be that as it was my normal account. "I have more rights through the proxy than the average user" I thought, so I got another user with the same rights as (lets call them "user 1") to logon to "user 1's" PC. User 2 logs on and it works fine for them so it proves it can't be the firewall or the proxy otherwise it shouldn't work for "user 2". I then logon to another PC (remember, it worked for me on user 1's PC) but it refused to work on the other PC. I was getting the same "failed to connect to "THE ADDRESS" on port #443". Moved back to User 1's PC and it worked fine for me. Now comes the weird bit, if I run Fiddler on User 1s PC while User 1 is logged in, it connects fine. Turn Fiddler off and we get the "failed to connect to "THE ADDRESS" on port #443" message again. Any ideas what Fiddler would be doing to make the connection work? I thought Fiddler just just chained to a proxy and nothing else, so why would it make a connection just fine with Fiddler running but not when Fiddler isn't running?
  19. The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart (1968): http://t.co/gS31Mssz8L via @YouTube

  20. I think they may have updated that as there is mention of the * at the bottom of the page. They've also fixed the login page now. They replied to my YouTube video with "Please do not hesitate in contacting us" yet never bothered to reply to my original contact. I certainly wouldn't purchase any service off them.
  21. Am I imagining it or is this site offering Open Data Apps or services yet not even bothering to secure their login page? http://workspace.junar.com/signin/ It was brought to my attention as it was mentioned at work as they are looking for Open Data sources or providers. Question then is, how are they storing their customer user database? I've contacted them about the login page. No doubt I'll get ignored, like Twitter ignored me when I pointed out their flaw years back when changing passwords, it would sometimes send you to a http page instead of https.
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