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Tellos

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    Tellos got a reaction from Lurick in Most chip companies show signs of active compromise   
    The Chinese government has a capable military and has been proven to hack US companies before to steal intellectual property. So its not blaming rice farmers its blaming the government which has proven over and over it wants the secrets and IP of other states to bolster itself. Its fairly openly stated in many ways it rather not have foreigners at all ever but be the most advanced state ever and have power. It wants it all. Its making a concerted effort now to push foreign workers and such OUT of china by delaying passport/visa extensions so they get deported. Paperwork that once took maybe weeks takes months now. new hoops are added and stricter regulations. Also why they cap how much moeny can be sent by private citizens out of country for any reason.
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    Tellos got a reaction from thechinchinsong in Most chip companies show signs of active compromise   
    Sadly most companies outsource IT now to overseas groups to cut costs. So their physical IT departments are much smaller. Rely on more external systems not in their control. Azure or AWS are common. 
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    Tellos got a reaction from Tensimeter in Most chip companies show signs of active compromise   
    Sadly most companies outsource IT now to overseas groups to cut costs. So their physical IT departments are much smaller. Rely on more external systems not in their control. Azure or AWS are common. 
  4. Agree
    Tellos got a reaction from StDragon in Most chip companies show signs of active compromise   
    Sadly most companies outsource IT now to overseas groups to cut costs. So their physical IT departments are much smaller. Rely on more external systems not in their control. Azure or AWS are common. 
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    Tellos got a reaction from cj09beira in Ethereum set to make GPU mining obsolete, miners aren't happy and plan protests   
    Trouble is people want get rich quick and easy ideas. In this case POS is the logical step for those trying to secure their gains and lock out others. And not just etherium has thought about it. Many have figured it'd be great. All it means however is those with the most of a specific currency get the most of it. It centralizes it which was supposed to be the thing these coins did not have. 
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    Tellos got a reaction from thechinchinsong in Comcast extends data caps   
    theres not much revenue from TV overhead on it is stupid high. Content providers demand more money every year. Company wants more internet revenue its WAY more profitable than Tv ever was.
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    Tellos got a reaction from Bombastinator in Comcast extends data caps   
    working for the company I can tell you TWo of the modems we send out the XB6 and XB7 are 3.1 modems. Also XB7 has 802.11AX. as to the cap expansion after signals of degrading the use of caps I suspect its a revenue gen set up. TV has not been our core buisness nwo for years and never will be due to high overhead from the channel content owners. But covid has cost the company ALOT. We been deploying been for months to Work from home or as its called internally "Virtual." Upgrades continue and still cost money afewp rojects to fix the disparity with upload speeds was tested in florida and hopefully will go nation wide. But trust me upgrades are occurring just...nothings going smoothly since feb.
     
    To give an idea, we typically plan to upgrade for what we think we will need in 18 months...this made our projects more like what we expected in 3 to 5 YEARS once everyone piled into their homes. So upgrades planned are not making enough impact cause they were not for this level of need.
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    Tellos got a reaction from Windows7ge in Comcast extends data caps   
    working for the company I can tell you TWo of the modems we send out the XB6 and XB7 are 3.1 modems. Also XB7 has 802.11AX. as to the cap expansion after signals of degrading the use of caps I suspect its a revenue gen set up. TV has not been our core buisness nwo for years and never will be due to high overhead from the channel content owners. But covid has cost the company ALOT. We been deploying been for months to Work from home or as its called internally "Virtual." Upgrades continue and still cost money afewp rojects to fix the disparity with upload speeds was tested in florida and hopefully will go nation wide. But trust me upgrades are occurring just...nothings going smoothly since feb.
     
    To give an idea, we typically plan to upgrade for what we think we will need in 18 months...this made our projects more like what we expected in 3 to 5 YEARS once everyone piled into their homes. So upgrades planned are not making enough impact cause they were not for this level of need.
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    Tellos got a reaction from Justaphysicsnerd in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    at this rate I'm more likely to believe security advice given by Binkov! Before I buy what the governments selling. For those who don't know. 
    This is Commissar Binkov 
     

  10. Funny
    Tellos got a reaction from ARikozuM in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    at this rate I'm more likely to believe security advice given by Binkov! Before I buy what the governments selling. For those who don't know. 
    This is Commissar Binkov 
     

  11. Funny
    Tellos got a reaction from XenosTech in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    at this rate I'm more likely to believe security advice given by Binkov! Before I buy what the governments selling. For those who don't know. 
    This is Commissar Binkov 
     

  12. Funny
    Tellos got a reaction from jagdtigger in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    at this rate I'm more likely to believe security advice given by Binkov! Before I buy what the governments selling. For those who don't know. 
    This is Commissar Binkov 
     

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    Tellos got a reaction from Technous285 in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
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    Tellos got a reaction from StDragon in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    at this rate I'm more likely to believe security advice given by Binkov! Before I buy what the governments selling. For those who don't know. 
    This is Commissar Binkov 
     

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    Tellos got a reaction from Beskamir in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
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    Tellos got a reaction from StDragon in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
  17. Agree
    Tellos got a reaction from Bombastinator in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
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    Tellos got a reaction from kirashi in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
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    Tellos got a reaction from jagdtigger in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
  20. Agree
    Tellos got a reaction from FeIIex in Five Eyes (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, US) again call for breaking encryption, says it threatens public safety   
    Not having encryption also threatens our national defense, enemies WILL find these back doors into systems and they WILL use them to attack national defense.
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    Tellos got a reaction from dalekphalm in Apple terminates employee for allegedly helping a customer with a data transfer outside work.   
    I suspect this was a guy trying to give a customer an exception to help them. But this is precisely why we as employees usually won't when we tell you we will get fired for breaking policy WE AINT FUCKING KIDDING. @mr moose Nope in all likelihood since he was fired for breakign company policy he'll be denied unemployment too. This is really really why shouting at people to do what their told not to is a bad idea. And I promise you if this got out and is true it was allowed to so it'd keep others in line. Remind them that company policy trumps you being nice.
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    Tellos got a reaction from kQuote03 in Apple terminates employee for allegedly helping a customer with a data transfer outside work.   
    I suspect this was a guy trying to give a customer an exception to help them. But this is precisely why we as employees usually won't when we tell you we will get fired for breaking policy WE AINT FUCKING KIDDING. @mr moose Nope in all likelihood since he was fired for breakign company policy he'll be denied unemployment too. This is really really why shouting at people to do what their told not to is a bad idea. And I promise you if this got out and is true it was allowed to so it'd keep others in line. Remind them that company policy trumps you being nice.
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    Tellos got a reaction from StDragon in Hello MB my old friend - Proposed Bill would require backdoors in any device with over 1GB of storage.   
    So we want MORE security breaches? Cause this is all we keep asking for by demanding back doors. Its like politicians are constantly forgetting they will not be the only ones seeking to use these methods.
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    Tellos got a reaction from mr moose in Apple will announce move to ARM-based Macs later this month, says report   
    You can also have independent mechanics source parts for fixes without fear the dealership will suddenly try to sue them or get customs to confiscate the parts.
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    Tellos reacted to Curious Pineapple in Apple will announce move to ARM-based Macs later this month, says report   
    Well firstly I didnt break it, was just a quote. Secondly as I said, it's nowhere near the new cost of the device unlike Apple who would rather push a customer into a new device than just repairing the perfectly usable old one. Does Apple say "well, you can just go out and buy a used phone for the same price as we're about to charge you"? No, they offer a refurb in exchange for a 6 (plus money) that they "can't repair", then refurb that and sell it on to some other unsuspecting fool.
     
    Even if I did need a new screen, Android supports applications for a lot longer than Apple devices do.
     
    I have a Galaxy S2 that still works fine and runs modern applications. Hate to break it to you, but you're talking crap again.
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