18 Burst results for "Melwood"
"melwood" Discussed on Risky Business
"Idea turns out, this is configured by the carriers by sending one of those carry a notification is messages to your phone, which doesn't display to you, because it's fabulous for internal use, and that can configure the client Kohl's it to connect out, so she chains to give the client us off the free bug. When you connect to a malicious server with this mechanism for triggering it, which is like no interaction straight up mainly corruption on, like that's pretty slick. It is pretty sweet, right? Yes. But I mean she's just as a crash, but this is a is this a kind exact? Well, let really say, and I guess this is presumably that you tend to make any memory corruption is a good place to start. You'd have to ask some of our other. Listeners with this was actually execute -able in the autumn, Senator by stop. But yeah, ten points for lateral thinking on that one. Yeah. This is good. Now I just included this one, because I remember when Forbes like they're quote of the day like inspiring thing that helps when you're trying to learn trying to learn a story that was used to deliver. Melwood think once. They've been made cutted on this subscription. Sign did we have the sad trombone, but my feeling that's pretty good food. Poll lanzi. Yep. Made in the subscription system. There's not a whole bunch more to say the man like they haven't caught data stolen straight off of the subscription page, which, you know, presumably Forbes looseness have more money than average. So good whole. This is a form of glorious redistribution. Saying. Microsoft's released a new version of its Texas analyze utility. This has always been a useful tool. Does it look like they've given it much update here? Yes, overhaul that affair bench rewritten a bunch of it to use the core and electron for.
"melwood" Discussed on World News Analysis
"And to take a very very proactive look at how to create this next generation of technology, which is necessary to move China beyond this middle income trap that they're very concerned this moment. So people shouldn't take this. As a as a pullback really what it is there. She is trying to allow more market forces come in. It comes at a time when, you know, quite frankly, in international investment is very weary. Very leery of everything in China represents a very good market long-term. So miss the the industry minister, he talk about that challenges for technology for technology manufacturers, and he's dressed noting. They need to survive a so called quote unquote valley of death as they seek to turn. In laboratories samples into mass production. So in your opinion. How should we understand this term valley of death? We'll miss the way, you know, first of all, you know, the industry's transformation in China for the low end low value products into the Mohi battle area. However, if you see the industry itself, the cost space is the higher the higher, for instance, materials and a human cost and also other things is a very hot other fine. I will say they are mental challenge. And also, you know, the the policy charge is very high. So if you do know, you know, work off this so called the value of that has that's me as the mall industry will be a really fast in the near future. So tackle this issue. I think government's trying to at the same time gross the industry gross that value chain from the lower too. Hi radio and say on trying to help the industry now, especially full the small and medium size enterprise to survive from this big move, you know, globalization actually, give China chums more opportune Hayes and the same time so China. Indeed. So I know what is your understanding? Well, I mean, quite frankly, the valley death literary luge in death valley. There's a place where the charge of the light brigade. And there was also place in Poland. So when you start looking at it, they're all negative entities. And what I think he's talking about this the sense that it is very difficult to move from a micro and to keep it has an idea into something that is fully producing it. And he's encouraged people to buck the chances to get involved find find ways to be innovative, and he's he's really pointing towards the market. This is been a little bit different in the past people, especially people in China haven't tendency to kind of follow the government, see where they're going and -ticipant and get out in front of it in this case, they're saying look, it's time for innovation. Small medium size enterprises are really the the light blood. You know ninety percent of new hires now every. Thing that China is hoping for is going to depend on that. So he's he's I it's a very negative connotation away. But he's trying to use it in a way to turn courage people to take the risks. And so missed the e I know already talked about the importance of these small and medium sized companies, especially from the from the private sector. I guess so the industry minister Melwood also said that small and medium sized companies will play a big role in the innovation of China's industrial sector in reality. How the think China can make this happen?.
"melwood" Discussed on Risky Business
"And add owns ways to import from other tools response seems three pretty good. I haven't personally taken it for spend yet. I'm hoping that probably in the next month. So I got a good coming up where it's gonna come in handy. So yeah, I'm looking forward to give it a Hoon as well. Some people are saying all what about either and binary injure and people who might commercial reversing tools, and I kinda think this is a rising tide carries all ships type of thing. 'cause result of this toll releases, which is going to have a lot more people doing reverse inch which was the idea behind releasing it, right? Well, yeah. Exactly. I think it will it will really bring people into open a lot of people have been using this assembly. Ms until that are flowing Alice's for control a mouse. But you know, having a good quality decompile, which really Hicks. Raise was the only game in town until now that really is gonna bring whole bunch of people, and frankly, it is kinda easier to reverse engineering with a good quality decompile. I used to use either xrays in a previous gig where we had all the licenses. We don't do enough reversing here to have X rays, and it's kind of frustrating. So yeah, I'm totally going to give give it a go. Yeah. Well, I mean, I just wasn't expecting people to lock it. Sorry, much to be honest. Like, it some kind of me one thing we should point out too is like last week. We're having a chocolate over that. There was that service that it would start up that would allow Kurt exotic that only like that debunk says only starts when you load it in Deepa mode. So it was kind of nothing big. But even if it ran into full like who sits around on the Starbucks wifi reversing Melwood with our firewall on their box. Right. Like, the idea that that was ever a serious problem was kind of I don't know some people go carried away with that. Don't you think? Yeah. I think a lot of people just wanted to kick the NSA, and it's in its collective nuts over something, you know, over anything they wanted to piss in the punch right because it's pretty much. Facebook is suing bunch of Ukrainian hack is for. Dropping a bunch of militias extensions on the on the uses in the form of like a Facebook quiz. Right. So interesting approach. Yeah. I would imagine the key lesson. Here is doing a Facebook quiz doesn't need an extension maybe stole it. But they got a whole bunch of people with it something like six fifty three thousand browsers with with the scam. So good on making it work. This is obviously not putting up with that sort of thing, given the current psi. I stock and now we've got a it'll screw up here from go daddy, which impact is kind of like got it depends. How you measure it doesn't like the security impact is probably quite larger. But like the Adleman impact. Now for a whole bunch of people is going to be quite high walk us through this one atom. This. What is pretty stupid so go daddy, apple and Google run infrastructure among people, and they were using a particular piece of software to run for episode with a run some of the plumbing that actually does issuing and it turned out that particular piece of software would issue. Issue certificates with serial numbers that weren't sufficiently random by one whole bit per the spec. Yes..
"melwood" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So here's the deal. If looking at this thing right now, no one is going to want to steal an organ after all those can't be properly cooked in the break room microwave. The bag is foam insulated to keep your kidney or sandwich, cold. It's great for anyone who doesn't work at a hospital. And it is it's basically, it's twenty bucks. You can get it on Amazon, it's twenty bucks. And it just says EMT it's got an EMT logo on it. That's attached to the handle. And it says human organs for transplant on the outside. So that you will discourage anybody from from trying to steal it. Because that's that's something. You don't want to eat. I'm going to say, yes. Says Melwood by that. Oh, I thought I thought. Good one. We totally. Yeah. Human organs for transplant. You should see this thing. I think it would sounds good. Yeah. I know about this a cruiser months crime scene sandwich bags. This is a set of ten plastic Baggies. That comes with either police tape or quarantine banners? If they don't succeed. It's wording thieves. You have to close off the kitchen at with a real crime scene tape and dust for prints. So it comes. So it comes at a crime scene in quarantine. And yeah. Those are available at Amazon for five bucks for the for the bags. That's not bad. No. It's not bad. And they're shipping. There's two different kinds. There's you got your quarantine, and you have your crime scene. So whichever whichever you want to go for to keep people discouraged from stealing your food..
"melwood" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Got hit hard by this storm overnight. And that was the longest. Battering. We've definitely seen in a while not necessarily intense just the duration the, you know, I mean, we had the flash flood warning go off last night on our phones. Like, I don't know. Eight thirty or nine or something like that. So. Yeah. His solid sold. Rain. There's a lot of flooding here around the seal beach pier. It is because these pumps that are supposed to drain the flooding. The heavy rain water. They were overwhelmed. It was too much rain in too short in amount of time live in seal beach, Craig Wagner can extend seventy NewsRadio about the concern in Malibu this morning. Now, let's go there. Here's John Baird. The storms have been relentless. And forecasters say the rain will continue through Friday morning. It will come down steadily this afternoon much harder later tonight. That's why mandatory evacuation orders are still in place for some Malibu neighborhoods. LA county sheriff's deputy, Marvin Crowder, we're still still evacuating people. For the possible mudslides in the Melwood area to some people kind of scoffed at the evacuation orders for some of the neighborhoods. It's really not that crazy. There may might there might be danger down the road others though, decided not to take chances. They were getting out going right now. Evacuating right now. And she rolled away. We understand the people who did get out yesterday won't be allowed back in today. Malibu Representative said, it didn't really make any sense to let.
"melwood" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"After midnight. There Fisher has declared it as a state of emergency. And requesting everyone goes to freedom hall. They've got no that's not true. Who do that? They're brining the streets. I don't even know what was your fishers. No compassionate. Bourbon is I'm in. That's what I've got five bucks. We get a dusting here. I got I got a Greg Fisher. Yeah. You're using too much emotion. He's been a great mayor. Good guys. Good guy. Yes. All your buddy. Oh, I know the family. Yes. Oh, I thought you said Karagwe. No, no, no. Greg. Love me, some big got rich by inventing ice machine for my dad did not believe me. Multi Lombardia serious, those amazing ice machines. That was great. The ice machine. I the last thing I do is run for office. I would just be rich. You just hang out Lord, man. They wanted. He wanted to help his own town. Do what's wrong with you? Love him. What are we gonna fix my ice machine? Yeah. Call him an hey, Greg Fisher, if you're listening, can you fix my ice machine? Okay. My problem with all this is that they have cancelled almost all the stuff that we were supposed to do tomorrow already. Like if there's not one snowflake on the ground and wrestling for high school is canceled. I saw were swim meets or cancelled their canceling all athletic endeavors tomorrow. I don't get it. I get it. I'll tell you. What's not cancelled Cobb ball wobble? Baby. My wife, we're going to be where's that at Scott and Trixie right now the Melwood arts center, oh Melwood way. Oh, and by the way, while we're talking about Shirley's way, you know, how Khalil's and Shirley's way is doing this is the bar on Dixie highway that does the Queen of horror. Yes. No one has hit that thing yet and Monday, it's going to be around six hundred thousand dollars so cards left like fifteen okay. I'm telling you, man, these Shirley ways guys and gals. They got going on you drink and Haley, that's a nice hot tea. Not your usual. I'm eight years old drinking hot chocolate. I needed something were but warm, but I'm feeling a little sickly. No, no, no, not.
7 Secrets to a Long-Lasting Relationship
"Hi, everyone and welcome back to savvy psychologist, I'm Dr Ellen Hendrickson, and you know, the drill. Al hope you meet life's challenges with evidence based research a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. And as you can probably hear this week. I am getting over a cold. I feel fine. But my voice insists on doing its best impression of a frog. In the meantime, so hang in there with me. And here we go. So today's episode is brought to you by the new podcast fill in the blanks. You know, Dr Phil one of Oprah's most famous friends and frequent collaborators and now you can hear a whole new side of him with his podcast fill in the blanks. That's Phil PH L. So here all new no-holds-barred conversations with celebrities like Vivica, a FOX Kathy Bates and Steve Harvey, plus expert neurosurgeons and lifespan. There's so listen to fill in the blanks on your favorite podcast app, and be sure to subscribe. So this week. Let's talk about how to make a relationship last. 'cause Melwood may have brought you together. But after the clergyman with the speech, impediment instructs you to treasurer your love what next. Well, whether you're married cohabitating or simply in it for the long haul any committed relationship needs a few tools to make it through the years. So this week here are seven. Science back secrets to make your long term relationship. Feel more. Like our Bruno Mars, Mary you flash mob and less like the theme song from married with children. So let's start out with secret number one, which is be your own person. Okay. So before sharing your life with another adult. It's important to have spent some time adulting yourself, you don't have to have your life cross indexed color coded, but it is important to have separated in a healthy way from your family of origin. So if your alarm clock is a phone, call from mom, or you don't get know how to do your own laundry. Invest the time to get your life on solid footing before merging it with another humans. Secret. Number two is be a team. Now. Some problems seem on solvable a fundamental difference in parenting styles in curable, slobby tude or opposite values around money. But the least constructive approach to sticky problems is to blame each other and fight it out. So instead, try and approach called unified detachment unified detachment is a fundamental shift in perspective that joins you and your partner together against the problem. So rather than approaching a problem as you against your crazy unreasonable partner approach the situation as the two of you United against the challenge. So for example, what should we do to save money for the future or how can we work together to fight less secret? Number three is outweighed the negatives with positives. So a classic study out of the university of Washington asked heterosexual newly. Lead couples to discuss a hot button issue in their relationship for fifteen minutes, and the headline making results found that divorce could be predicted from just the first three minutes of the couple's argument and the key. It turned out was the balance of negative and positive interactions. So in their three minute discussion clips spouses in stable relationships, not careening towards divorce predictably display, the less negative affect like contempt. Belligerence anger defensiveness or whining and more positive affect like validation affection and humor. All right. That makes sense. But interestingly for the husband's examining, the entire fifteen minutes of the argument amplified the ability to predict divorce so over the course of the fifteen minutes, husbands in stable, marriages got a little more negative, but they simultaneously stayed positive always making jokes listening and being affectionate. By contrast, husbands in marriages that would eventually end in divorce got increasingly negative and less positive over the fifteen minutes by the end calling their spouse by cute, nickname or validating. Her viewpoint. Went out the window now later the same research lab developed the magic ratio for a healthy relationship for every negative interaction. They advise you need five positive interactions. In other words, stable couples do argue, but that arguing is filled with joking and teasing and listening and love. Secret. Number four be equal a study in the American journal of sociology found that couples it gala -tarian relationships are less likely to divorce than couples where one brings home the bacon and the other cooks it up. So how do you make things more gala -tarian? It's not as simple as splitting up the chores along traditional gender lines. Because a study in the journal marriage and family review differentiated between low control and high control tasks now, low control tasks are named as such because there is little control or choice in the matter. They have to be done more or less continuously like loading and unloading, the dishwasher at specific times like making dinner or on demand. Like changing a diaper, high control tasks by contrast can be done when it's convenient. And they have a specific beginning and end like mowing the lawn or doing a home repair. So traditionally low control tasks have been designated as women's while high control. Tasks have been labelled as men's therefore to increase gala terrorism. Take a page from many same sex relationships and divvy up tasks by interest and value rather than by gender. So for example, the social butterfly takes responsibility for play dates and social events, the foodie makes dinner or does the grocery shopping, and the tasks no one wants, well, you have three options outsource work around because no one has to water plants if you don't have any or divide them up, and even if the dividing ends up falling along gender lines as long as you decided on those assignments together you'll go a long way towards shrinking resent. Now as a PS in families with kids. There's an avalanche of kid related invisible. Labor scheduling play dates, researching pediatricians ordering soccer uniforms and then returning them when they don't fit and in heterosexual relationships this keeping track of. A thousand and one things usually falls to the woman. So how does this get started? Well, it's been argued that it partially starts with maternity leave. It takes time and practice to gain expertise in task. So when mom's are given a leave of absence, but dads are not mom's gained singular expertise during those hundreds of hours with baby. And then that gap never gets closed. The solution paternal leave. Indeed Pew Research survey found that sixty nine percent of Americans believe fathers should receive paid parental leave which would help level the playing field. So if your job offers, parental leave not just maternity leave take full advantage. And if it doesn't do your best to divide up kid tasks evenly from day one. Annalong gourmet cookware can bring your inspiration to life on the dinner table. Whether you're a gourmet cook or bake off where the Baker they've got you covered with everything from expertly crafted cookware bakeware, cast iron stoneware cutlery, tools and gadgets. So you might try the analog advanced collection. It's twice as hard as stainless steel and with nonstick surfaces. 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So in the study couples were asked about their expectations of their relationship and next they were asked to come into the lab identify point of conflict in their relationship and work towards a solution. And researchers watched each partner argue and noted when they avoided the topic criticized or faulted, the other shirked responsibility made presumptions or were hostile. So by contrast. Researchers also noted when partner stayed on topic and furthered the resolution now when individuals had high expectations of the relationship and. Their partners could deliver that match of expectations and ability made for a happier relationship, but not everyone can rise to meet expectations when individuals had high expectations, but their partners how lousy communication skills or dirty those same high expectations set the couple up for disappointment. So the take home is expect a lot of your partner. But only what they're capable of. Secret number six is lie to yourself a little. So remember when you first fell in love, and you thought your partner was the greatest the cutest, the smartest keep them on that pedestal at least
"melwood" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"So so often on the spot cast in public way in hopefully like allowed to you. I know how you release a man my brain does at all time to I thought I was the only one in a let's say, no wonder security, only one. That's what's running through your brain. But then when I share it with you allowed you say, oh, yeah. I think about that too. And then I just laugh goofy laugh not so much. It's funny because but it just like appreciate the surprise. And. I don't know if I'm making any sense. But I think AM anything that's a way to disarm. These brain bats these things that keep us awake in the actuaries of our minds. You know, they wanna make it public accounting wanna do pros and cons lists. And in spreadsheet it, and you know, actualize it over, you know, whatever do depreciation charred, and you say we'll just trying to decide if I should buy popcorn or net. I don't need to like in the United. And then he said, we'll do eight dollars for popcorn. Issue that was earlier now trying to go to bed that was like history days ago when you're still thinking about this popcorn. No think about that person. That was like eight rows behind me talking again like a go to sleep. So I hope the cast can kind of be that for who like yourself. Save welna take deprecation lake just like my favorite. I know anybody raising the eighties and WPA X Suttles, Lionel kiddie city and. Where they turn to frown upside down, a that was Bank of lake Bank in the day that let's Lionel kiddie city. They turned frown upside down when you parents spent a bunch of money and toys those who left out of the jingle, but I'm here to guess, not turn. I'm just here to take your frown in Melwood down or something or you know, embittering myself in a steamroller debt doesn't rhyme with upside down take a frown and patted down. That's what I'm doing patent it down. I'm saying let's take this front of make into a safe place at has a bunch of bungee ability. Yeah. Let's let's instead of deprecating say, hey, frown, you're actually pretty comfortable if you just like ease it in their little bit you doing a great job as a. Like, I don't even know what you are. You are you in my brain subconscious font. They guess I hope you get the idea if you're new lake in your skeptical, a totally get that if you're if you're just came here if you don't like me, I ready. It depends on how strongly give it a few tries almost it say, we've got like whatever a couple thousand reviews, I tunes almost all of them say it took me a few tries. So give it a few tries because alls I wanna do is help you fall asleep. It take your mind off stuff in you know, if nad there's like liberal vox books, I like, the international storytellers fairytale additions myself in you can't really go wrong with like the Harry Potter audiobooks. You just get choose your narrator. That's toughest decision there. It's an at that of. Is so give the show few tries or hope it can help because I've been there I've been there tossing and turning note..
"melwood" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And when he said I was like, it was like Robert Downey, junior, looking at the camera going, Myron, man, and you go, dang, do Iran and Luke Donald looking at the camera, and I was like, I know this dude is world number one. Like you could see it in his eyes, but he was, we were kind of in that we were in that post tiger run where we were looking for world number-one because his run ended in two thousand ten. And then he had guys like Lee, Westwood Martin timer on that's Donald how to for weeks. Those guys were like, one hit wonder, I know, look, forty weeks is not a fluke, and at the time at the time, if you had one guy when he was world number one for those forty weeks, if you said hundred yards to save your life. His was the first name that's coming up and there wasn't even close. Stunning to me, it wasn't even close for who's next because his wedge game was the greatest in the world, and he was a short hitter who didn't hit it straight. But he when he hit the fairway, he made birdies and when he missed the fairway, he made pars what's more stunning to you? Luke Donald having cume number of fifty six weeks at world number-one or Phil Mickelson never been world number one. Phil Mickelson never get that one. You know. And the funny thing was when Phil had the opportunity to become number one for those weeks when tiger was gone, every single week that they were off it has to do is finish fifth, like he, he literally couldn't do it. And I remember having a conversation with bones one time about like, why him no, Phil new. 'cause you know, Phil wants to know everything that's Louis. So he knew. Exactly what he needed to do every single week and putting that extra pressure on himself. He couldn't do it. He couldn't get the job done to get to world number one, which to think that Phil has never been number one in the world. That'd be like going. I don't know fat. Albert looked like fat Albert and never had a cheeseburger. It's just not possible right wanted you were go at that. It is like me. Ending. I don't know if you noticed, but I'm a vegetarian, not eight a tree, you're not just, no, but I've had this conversation before with people of why. There are a lot of vegetarian that are overweight. If easy Melwood is Brandon cheeses bread, it's, it's all bread is bread. People say vegetarian, then they'll, they'll get a vegetarian, they'll get when a half foot long sub with enriched bread. I don't understand. I'm vegetarian well, you know what? Now, you know, keep eating a loaf of bread. Because you can eat French fries. Those are dairy and aren't they? This is what I tried to explain to cause me and where my son goes to school, the coaches he start working out. He's large do too. So I was like, hey, man, I start working out. You went to the gym last week in for us. Thanks man. Then the do quote me the price and I was like. All right. Not making TV money, so. But I said to, I could work out to the cows, come home, but if you're not eating the right food. You might as well. Yeah, you just floating in. You're not making progress. So I have to figure out a way to convince my wife that rice is not a vegetable. Yeah, you're gonna have to. That's going to have to come out of the equation. Yeah, I don't know how to do it. I don't know why don't you guys try eating? Can't you make like like squash and stuff? Can't you get a special thing to make it like possible that cauliflower, you can do the colorful mashed potatoes which are delicious. Put butter on them. Yeah, butter has nothing to do with nothing. That's fine. What are you talking about?.
"melwood" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"The players Drew Bledsoe was out there and more variety players were there that were involved in the just if if you want to get a little popcorn, you miss me on on the Hummadi. So you know, you went down even had your popcorn and you just look down and you look back member, you well, Mel really know you then. Yeah, it was a blink blink of an eye, but I do. It's interesting. We always laugh when we see that come in for however much it is resilient. How many, how do you how to movie production companies begin to continue to pay residuals to all the people along. All right. Well done. So congrats. You're gonna keep getting those forever. Good question. Mike. You see, all right, let's get back to football showy. It's a monster game in Baton Rouge. Of course, Georgia and LSU in at tiger stadium, not at night. Maybe that helps Georgia, but in the afternoon, Ian Fitzsimmons of Freddie and Fitz Simmons's. They're covering that for SPN radio, and then you're off to Atlanta for the Buchan ears and the one in four, falcons, Ian, good to have you with us, man. What is the single biggest. Question that you're looking forward to having answered when Georgia battles LSU shoot it. Let the know if anybody remembers the name of star quarterback that left Jerry Maguire in the hotel room. Melwood Mel, what is it? I know it. You know, what is it in. I mean, I been quote one scene from you. Look guys. Kush is on the big screen. Again. Hey, I just. Who slash. What did radio all years with Ian does one thing that nobody else does starting? Never done it since we've been working together. You talk about, let's talk pro grid college grid, Ian. Does that would lead is gonna go pro dread or. Right. And how many times did you say every I did with you? Twenty years. Maybe we're bringing the one. Now. College grid, we got Furger. It begins today with the college holiday. Attack.
"melwood" Discussed on Risky Business
"The scenario here obviously is machines that are in either powered on and running and lock screen or in some kind of sleep. The doesn't involve fully flushing ram out to disc full hibernate engine in a really security critical environment. There has always been that sleep is not an appropriate thing. We in the machine could be left on the. At all, and you go into full power off hibernate. And I think that is still the same advice on this kind of doesn't really change that. And that's the recommendation that the research is here. Make that in those situations hard, powerful machine or us tonight and sleep. Now last week, you and I was speaking about this Melwood crew taking down magenta or stores and injecting their Java scrip- dim, stealing cod, numbers, and all that sort of stuff and you, you picked up the fact that magenta it actually being acquired by adobe and boy, oh boy. Has there been some relevant news in that department this week? Lot of lot of screaming wailing and gnashing of teeth. There was a whole hope. I'm to drama the magenta software package had a bug bounty program as part of bug grounds platform that have been collecting on bugs for awhile. Was paying out some real cash for those Darby moved the platform moved across to the ACA one platform under the existing program. And then depending on which account of store you believe decided they weren't going to pay for bargains anymore and said, you'd only get the usual of or whatever t shirts that adobe give out or adobe forgot to update the details to say that you'd still get paid. It's not entirely clear which one of these narratives is most correct. But the net result at the moment is it's now on though bees hack of one program and you'll get paid for magenta bug still. Well, that's what they're saying. It's it's not really clear where this landed, but I can say. I know I know people at Diaby and their approach people think are they don't have a bug bounty program. They do. They just like to invite people to it. Right? That's kind of been the way that they've rolled and that look, that makes sense for a lot of Diaby infrastructure and products, but I don't think it really makes sense in the case of magenta which is more of a community driven package. Right? So I think they might have been miscalculations day. Yeah, I'm sure it has been a fun day for anyone involved in our over and adobe. It's been a little bit rough on them. The certainly a lot of wedding and gnashing of teeth and people shaking. If this same, we'll find we'll go on sale Boggs only one hundred on the black market, which you know if you do that, you're a jerk. Well, you'll probably get caught. Maybe you end up getting a job at the FBI just like the well. Well. I don't think you would. You know when you when you selling that sorta tooling, that's real trouble particularly. What happened to Stephen watt, man. So let's do that in mind. Now, one month out for my heart, deadline, half of US government agency demeans not d-mark compliant this. This news comes to us from proof point..
"melwood" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Free strong network background words like I unplugged my Samsung TV from the network. For a reason having conversations, I did not expect it to have, and I'm like, I don't care. You're talking to your talking to exactly nobody from now on. And that's also like, you know, is not edge computing because you have one device that speaking to all of the other smaller less smart devices. I think that that is an easy away to able to disconnect the whole thing if you need to. Right. Yeah. But it is interesting thinking security built in as your fear is of sept- awards. That is that we are headed down this software defined networking path, where part of your manifest for your application will be exactly what devices communicate with what other devices in what ways so that by default, everything's turned off, there's no communication between devices. You literally provide a manifesto, communication you're allowed, which is the opposite of the way networking works these days. Yeah, totally. So you have things like you have MAC address, white Lewis, instead of like just reactively blacklisting things like that. Right. I like existed still. Once you're on that weightless. Do you want? Yeah. What poor who now you go to port level now you go to level but really wanna talk protocols. What are the kinds of messages you sending? What's the shape of them with Keyser your are using? I mean, you can get quite specific if we get all the way down there. That's from an app perspective. I think we'll have a lot more control. It should be part of the manifest when you're coatings like these are the commands. I'm going to issue. You see other commands mew should ask me. Totally without. This would be a really easy way to declare Wli say what the purpose of the devices in that it's not allowed to be outside of that. I think that's a really good point. If that's the correct paraphrase with that, I think developer knows what the intended use of their saw of their systems are. For the most part, you may not know exactly the commands that are being issued. But you know the fact that from a network perspective, we're coming up on that makes far more sense for it to come down from a programming perspective that the same way that you build tests around behavior, you have a manifest of of networking, and so many problems go away. If only allow me to say the following things in the following way and everything else is wrong. So I'm really interested in some of the stories of the, you know, these bad hacks that happened to IOT and found a site called at not for all, and it's a an article, the five, worst IOT hacking vulnerabilities and will put a link in the show notes. But I'm wondering if there are any stories that stick out to you sues. I mean, you're, you're obviously interested in OT insecurity and these attacks are are hard and, but but they happen. So the rain really, really spectacular. Things that come to mind. Honestly, the biggest one for me was the one that I mentioned earlier, which was the Mirai Melwood which caused any device with hod bakes, you know credentials into it such as Adleman and possibly as the username password Siebel to start day dosing things around the world to me, that's definitely still the biggest one in my mind just because of the scale of the damage that was done. Here's here's one on the list, the Hackel cardiac devices from Saint Jude hoops. And so the new story on CNN was the FTA confirmed that Saint Jude medicals implantable cardiac devices have vulnerabilities that could allow a hacker to access the device. Once in they deplete the battery or administer incorrect pacing or shocks the FDA said the devices like pacemakers and defend realtors are used to monitor and control patient's heart functions and prevent heart attacks, not so much if somebody can connect with their iphone. Yeah, you really don't want medical devices to be hacked. That's bad now. I know. And actually this this site like reminds me of the second on that I had, which was people starting to the canvas her calling 'cause and things like that..
"melwood" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS coming up on KCBS or Paul surprise show in the Big Apple. KCBS news time seven forty five. We check sports with Bruce McGowan that doesn't seem to be any team that can slow down the as they beat Texas. Eight to four scoring five runs in the first couple of innings rookie out, Peter. Ramon Laureano set the tone with a couple of homers. Second time this year. He's done it. This young man has come out of nowhere. And he looks like a five tool player he can hit hit for power run field and throw Bob Melwood was asked about that. He has all the tools, I think we'd probably need to wait a little while before we we classify him as a five to a player, but the physical presence and he was able to throw. He's got some power obviously runs. Really? Well, maybe on his way to call him one of those guys. Meanwhile, the as bullpen gave the starters a break seven pitchers subdued Texas white Trenton finished it off Jonathan Luke ROY caught them all behind the plate. And he wasn't pressed injuries courses starting staff. We got to pick up those innings somehow we got to cover those innings somehow, and it's not ideal. But we gotta do we gotta do to cover those innings. Great game is definitely a team won six straight losses for the giants. Is there? Fading quickly down the stretch with the score tied to two in the seventh inning. The giants not up with Bill walkie left handed reliever. Tony Watson was facing poking slugger. Hey, agw alarm with a couple of men aboard agenda the gap. Here comes the back runner. He's going to store. Eventually come in here. The seven comes up with a big hit to Milwaukee beats the giants to maintain the top spot on the National League's wildcard chase Dwayne Kuyper where the coal on NBC bay area. Other critical games. Houston beat Boston. Six to three Astros scored three in the eighth inning at Fenway to break up a tie game Yankees. Shut out the slumping Mariners up in Seattle four to nothing Masahiro Tanaka. Tin strikeouts. Nate innings of work dodgers now half a game back a Colorado. Clayton Kershaw six solid innings got the win and a four to LA victory over the Rockies as Yasuo. Puig homered college. Football sixteenth ranked TCU over SMU forty two to twelve tennis. It's going to be Novak Djokovic. He'll be trying to win his fourth US open men's championship. He'll take on one Martine del Potrero who was able to win after Raphael..
"melwood" Discussed on Risky Business
"And Haroon. It's been coming for quite a while now. But today is finally today that chrome, the chrome browser has released a new version which mocks HTTP sites has not secure dent. Then. Yeah, I I've kind of got mixed feelings on it, like like I know the general security response is about time as to sell all the things, but Dave line has. This is really interesting post up, and he basically says, look, Google's a guest on the web. We all guests on the web and guests don't make these rules, and he goes into a bunch of reasons. Some of them like suddenly I hadn't thought about one of them just being debt. Like when you on the web pot of these in the web is special is because we all made a promise not to break things, and he says like, we didn't want a o. l. in the ninety s we didn't want someone telling us this is safe up there for this walled. Garden exists and essentially talks about lots of sites that nobody's going to bother to go in SSL. He says, like, did make us. He stuff I did catch that priced actually. Exactly. So so there's lots of legacy stuff. F- that's not worth someone taking the effort to now go in SSL. And what is that stuff just going to drop off the internet like like today, it's going to be mopped down and then in in a it disappears because now it's no longer getting Google juice because nobody's able to visit it anymore. So. So it's definitely aggressive. Yeah, it is. It is aggressive. And I think another point that's somewhat valid is that you know, it makes you know anytime anyone wants to publish anything on the web, they need the blessing of a CIA, right? Which is like an odd little choke point to be introducing to the web, but it's not like that Content's going to be removed. I mean, you'll still be able to configure your browser to use high t p I've just noticed like so much over brought discussion on this because, okay, there's a couple of downsides and is a couple of upsides, but the people who are proponents of this, like all my God, this will stop so much content injection over the, you know, the clear web and people getting owned by men in the middle. And I'm like, who the hell's getting armed by. By getting that way. Like it's not really the biggest problem we're facing right now. You know what I mean? It's all the pieces you need. I'd like seasonably easy for people to understand a reasonably grandiose statements to make a which means it's ten to decide at route fall a team. I just find it look as I say. I find it kinda hard to get emotional about this one, and I've certainly in the minority there and I don't want to check that's going to have on my site for example, because it is it's a tale is encrypted site, but the MP threes are on like a media box that doesn't have. I don't know what that's going to do. So I'll find out later today, I guess now of course, I'm just back from a holiday and usually big things happen when I'm on holiday. And in this case it was the US department of Justice. Indicting, twelve, Russian GI. You people over the DNC hack lots of arm flapping around this one, but you know, I, I think it seems like a reasonable response from from the US government. Don't you. Yes, so much so much. Interesting. The sleigh like while you were gone, the whole of stuff came to head. So there's a few interesting angles for us would they died and one of them I'm visiting ex NSA towel analyst of food pretty popular. Tweeter Melwood, Jake and Melwood. Jake was one of the people who came out strongly against the Dighton wants. And his question was, well, what does this do to people who looked at NSA will defense contractors, but does it mean they don't get to several anymore? And so I know there was some concern over debt, and then there was just some interest over. Does this actually achieve anything and people pointing out? Well, yes, it sends a message for one and it makes sure that those agencies find it harder to recruit because now when data crude to someone that person doesn't get to travel anymore. So yeah, I on the whole. I. I found it interesting and I find it perfectly reasonable..
"melwood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"To that effect would her last several weeks here on CBS sports radio so it's not my week so narrative but I will say this then this. Is what I said the Dan I'll repeat. Myself if I need to for. This tweeter or anybody else Rajon Rondo is a diva has been for years has had trouble dealing. With teammates has had trouble dealing with certain coaches those. Are just backs that's not week saw stats not at those, are facts will he get along well with his teammates on the, Lakers this year Willie Melwood abroad and the way LeBron looks to his teammates to act and, work and dedicate themselves to be determined it's not a given maybe Rondo finds. A new motivation. Maybe thanks this is the biggest, break ever gotten into life to play with Brian and. Play in LA maybe doesn't and maybe a handful maybe a Royal pain in the rear end to. Be determined at bats you, can't tell. Me all the Brian and, Rondo are gonna get along tremendously like peanut. Butter and jelly I don't know that we need to wait and see Staint. Stevenson has had an. Up and down NBA career at, times he's. Looked like he could be an all star level player and at times he's looked doesn't even, belong in, the league and yes, he's a little manic and he's a little crazed and he was tugging. On Superman's Cape when he decided to blow in LeBron veer I don't know that I would ever go. There Verani buddy going up against Bon I'd want to Stay away from getting. LeBron's attention rather than narrow focus. It on me Michael Beasley has been one of the. Most, frustrating players in the NBA for the better part of a decade now after coming out as the number two pick has bounced around from team to team two team, two team because he's got talent teams continue to give him a chance but he's gone for making money in nice money. And less money that. Any just has to take what's offered to him because let's be honest he's been on the scrapheap a couple of times just flat. Out, released, by teams despite being the second pick overall in the draft, again I I'm sorry to, put these things like fax, into the conversation even if it's a week swats narrative in your estimation and. I. Don't have a. Segment on, national TV called shaft. In the fool okay that was me I noted I bring it up I will Point to it and. Say yes, shack decided to specifically take shots at MaGee and McGee has been another guy who's kind of bounced around the league and gone from team. To team and dealt as a salary dump that the seventy Sixers took on his salary and gave up players that really weren't going to help the team that McGee was, leaving just to get his salary off their salary cap that's not exactly star status now to mcgee's credit as a veteran. Minimum paid guy I. Think he actually gave some good minutes through warriors and did some nice things to the warriors and I think Shaq had to eat. A, little, crow because Barclay and Kenny gave him a hard time because, after he put them in, a recurring role on shocked, in the all he started to play well for Golden State Sii actually think. McGee. Signing was pretty. Good but, again he's a bit. Of a Wilde's character and I don't know how all these characters are gonna come together maybe LeBron will be this mystic type leader and it'll all work perfectly but most leopards don't change their spots mid career so I think it is absolutely within my purview to question how this group is going to. Interact sorry if that doesn't jive with your LeBron Phil cure all, ills narrative I. Don't think that the Lakers have done a phenomenal job at putting supporting cast members around LeBron now. They couldn't get co Atlantic San Antonio wasn't up to trading him in conference and leaving him in the west and having to face him I think they did want to trade him, to the east and play de leverage game. As best they could and Toronto came up. With a, star level player in return So they didn't have. To even go down the youth road. Popovich, is not looking to rebuild at, this stage, of his career so mission accomplished for San Antonio. Which means the. Lakers couldn't get them Paul George told everybody would listen that he wanted, to become Allman play in LA and because he..
"melwood" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Dealing with teammates has had trouble dealing with certain coaches. Those adjust backs that's not week sauce that's not those are, facts will he get along well with his teammates on the. Lakers this year Willie Melwood O'Brien and the way LeBron looks to, his teammates to act and work, and dedicate themselves to be determined it's not a given maybe Rondo finds a? New motivation maybe. Thanks this is the biggest break, ever gotten a light to play with LeBron and play. In LA maybe doesn't and maybe a handful maybe a Royal pain in the rear end to be. Determined at bats you can't tell me. All the Brian and Rondo, are going to get along tremendously like, peanut butter and jelly I don't know that we need to wait and see Staint Stevenson has. Had up and down NBA career, at times. These looked like he could be an all star level player and at times he's look doesn't, even belong, in the league and, yes he's a little manic and he's a little crazed and he was. Tugging on Superman's Cape when he decided to blow in LeBron's ear I don't know that I would ever go. There Verani buddy going up against Bon I'd want to Stay away from getting. LeBron's attention rather than narrow focus. It on me Michael Beasley has been one of the. Most, frustrating players in the NBA for the better part of a decade now after coming out as the number two pick has bounced around from team to team two team, two team because he's got talent teams continue to give him a chance but he's gone for making money and less money. And less money that. Any just has to take what's offered to him because let's be honest he's been on the scrapheap a couple of times just flat. Out, released, by teams despite being the second pick overall in the draft, again I I'm sorry to put these things like fax, into the conversation even if it's a week sauce narrative in your estimation and. I. Don't have a. Segment on, national TV called shocked. In the fool okay that was me I noted I bring it up I will Point to it. And say, yes shack decided to specifically take shots agile McGee and McGee has been another guy who's kind of bounced around the league and gone from. Team to team woulds dealt as a salary dump that the seventy Sixers took on his salary and gave up players that really weren't going to help the team that McGee, was leaving just to get his salary off their salary cap that's not exactly star status now to mcgee's credit as a. Veteran minimum paid guy. I think he actually gave some good minutes there warriors and did some nice things to the warriors and I think Shaq had to. Eat, a, little crow because Barclay and Kenny gave him a hard time, because after he put them in a recurring role on, shocked the fool he started to play well for Golden State side actually think. McGee. Signing was pretty. Good but, again he's a bit. Of a Wilde's character and I don't know how all these characters are gonna come together maybe LeBron will be this mystic type leader and it'll all work perfectly but most leopards don't change their spots mid career so I think it is absolutely within my purview to question how this group is going to interact. Sorry if that doesn't jive with your LeBron cures all ills narrative, I don't think. That the Lakers have done a phenomenal job at putting supporting cast members around LeBron now they couldn't. Get quiet Leonard San Antonio wasn't up to trading him in conference and leaving him in the west and having to face him I think they did want to trade him to, the east and they play de leverage game as. Best they could and Toronto came up. With a, star level player in return So they didn't have to. Even go down a youth road Popovich. Is, not looking to rebuild at this, stage of, his career so mission accomplished for San Antonio which. Means the Lakers. Couldn't get them Paul George stalled everybody would listen that he wanted to, become home and play in LA and because he..
"melwood" Discussed on Risky Business
"This is wonderful day so good yeah they are in fact packaging honest to god compiled from solis openness ascites and actually not just oaken essays like the serve the client server but also about the stuff like tire and curl good it is and you know what the best bit is tell me signed i was going to say right like it's just signed it's like it's there it's official window software which is passing right having a society which is just such a wonderful featured heck backdoor to yeah in the official builds on mark soft like application white listing accept anything marks oh yeah happy dies happy wonderful much pre it always see it's just one of the tools in the box but living off the land is the new hotness right now they're taking para shell away from the land the land is fertile and rich with many streams flowing through it and farmable land they raked pal shells about with all of the logging and now they've given us his like looney oh what a great tradeoff great story from bleeping computer apparently militias apps get booted off the play store the android play store the people who are maintaining these melwood horror shows just changed the name race amid 'em and bang they're back in well done google welldone gurgle what are you what are you doing google why would you what are you doing with your apps store stupid what are you doing with your lives it's just there's something else i mean why not take a hash just take a half they're not even they even recompiling not presume to they are human name that probably the hashes knock is going to change.
"melwood" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We'll have sin was recalled on august second by the mariners of 2011 and one is first majorleague game on august fifteen th pitching a perfect eighthinning against the blue jays fitch fell back wanted to and on june eight of twenty twelve wool have sin recorded the save and a six pitcher combined no hitter which was started by kevin melwood left the game after the six netting due to a growing injury pitches tough fell behind the plate hentschel hangs at our wanted to he six pitchers used by the mariners tied the record of most pitchers used in a no hitter with the two thousand three astros mariners beat the dodgers one nothing well hampson delivers in the dirt good stop by garcia macos even a to do to ensure williamson said after that no hitter while he was pitching he had forgotten it was a no hitter and only remembered after catcher hey zeus monteiro reminded him spent a lot of time what's accommodate to pitches inside both three stephen colbert see now throwing for the sky sox down the leftfield line runnerup i will take off here with the next delivery cabrera there he goes three two pitch and it's pulled down the leftfield line that's going to be a fair ball into the leftfield corner moody will store cabrera around third honest way home hill score it's a tworun double for chad henshaw and the cakes or back into this one trailing eight two five you have scored five unanswered ron's sza with a tworun double rbis ten and eleven it is night double of years at about as get your rene garcia wall house who has a pitch said a while obviously a little rusty out there as a pit since the night of june in a light gain now steve lombardo z will stand in lumbar he is one for three with an rbi double in out of the third base dugout pitching coach fred dabney will head of the mound give steven coal seen some more time to get ready of the bullpen.