New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by mylilpony

Well you're a guy so your experience will be different from hers...Also LoL has a much higher player pool and more server spread. So fewer interactions with the same players, and people from other countries ( I run into players I muted or reported very regularly on USE..). LoL also has the tribunal where you can actually see and punish bad behavior, and they've worked to actively fix the community behavior, which valve does not. I mean the fact that you get the same # of...
Yep. Windows Phone does something similar too.Lol from your link...Just going to add these links here..maybe you can learn a thing or two...particularly about metadata that shows how photos were accessed.http://gizmodo.com/the-software-used-to-hack-nude-celeb-photos-is-availabl-1629760970https://www.nikcub.com/posts/notes-on-the-celebrity-data-theft/http://mashable.com/2014/09/04/i-hacked-my-own-icloud-account
How is it my opinion that the hacker explained how the exploit works, which goes around passwords/2FA/Security questions? It's something he said in public, that i linked to several times that the commenter ignored while continuing to argue with me.And yes we agree about the blame.And in the US citizens are guaranteed rights to privacy in the Bill of Rights and against unreasonable searches/securing of personal information. Privacy and data breaches are becoming a huge...
I set facebook to http://facebook.com/?sk=h_chr everytime i visit so that I always get the chronological feed. Even then it will add things it thinks I need to know or take things out it thinks I won't be interested. It's really annoying. The chronological feed was the best twitter feature.
I agree with this - but companies really do as much as they can to keep the user out of the loop. Which is why you get 50 page terms of service agreements. Or why settings are always set to default to take as much information as possible (ie with icloud). What we need are better consumer rights/protections.
Yeah - but apple doesn't give you that option, you have to manually disable it. I'm sure most users would prefer to keep it that way, but Apple wants your data/information.
Or because there's no point in arguing with someone who continually repeats that these celebrities should've used better password/security questions, when multiple sources including the hacker who published the leak said it was an icloud/apple vulnerability.And cannot figure out that my rhetorical questions are meant to point out the hypocrisy of how we perceive where the blame should be placed. Even though I said there should be better education/more accessibility for...
THEY ALL POINT OUT, INCLUDING THE HACKER WHO RELEASED THE SECURITY VULNERABILITY ON GITHUB THAT SECURITY QUESTIONS AND PASSWORDS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS LEAK.YOUR IDEA OF REASONABLE - CHECKING EVERY MACHINE THAT YOU USE, INCLUDING THOSE YOU OWN FOR TAMPERING.Yet my question as to why companies do not provide the service you pay for or why companies do not take better care of our personal information IS UNREASONABLE.Lol at someone talking about levels of maturity when...
welp, time to play captains/random draft only for a few weeks.
Thank you for not reading the articles in which security experts explain why the password or 2FA or security questions do NOT make a difference for this kind of hacking attempt. That point out that you can be extremely careful but due to iClouds vulnerabilities that Apple refused to fix, or took their security seriously like every other multibillion dollar multinational corporation, celebrities and other users were exposed to. ...
New Posts  All Forums: