Firmware remote vulnerability in Intel business products
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Subject: Intel's Management Technology is indeed vulnerable
Date: Tue, 2 May 2017 19:49:54 +0200 (CEST)
From: I love OpenBSD <lampshade(a)poczta.fm>
There is an escalation of privilege vulnerability in Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (ISM), and Intel® Small Business Technology versions firmware versions 6.x, 7.x, 8.x 9.x, 10.x, 11.0, 11.5, and 11.6 that can allow an unprivileged attacker to gain control of the manageability features provided by these products.
Can I preview a bitlink before clicking on it?
Since the list is deafeningly quiet of late;
and just on the off chance someone done something like this;
(so no speculation please !).
I am looking for a company that does very small scale (eg prototype);
high precission laser cutting of small items (less than 50mm) from
thin stainless steel.
The actual requirement is :
Laser cutting of 32 x 40mm dia disks from a 150mm x 305mm x 0.1mm sheet;
to be supplied by me
regards Rohan mcLeod
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2016 06:09:12
From: Martin Foley <Martin.Foley(a)parliament.vic.gov.au>
To: Peter Ross
Subject: Re: Apple Store on Fed Square? Why not knock down the Labor HQ in
Besides media reports I'm not aware of any formal proposal before government
of an actual proposal to turn what is a significant cultural location and
civic space that is aged Square into a retail precinct
One that would from those media reports transform the architectural location
aligned to the river into a seemingly big glass box ( although i stress
again this is only from Media reports leaked apparently by a consultant for
apple ) would have little architectural or civic value
As to the labor office in Docklands - it's architectural significance is
nonexistent and as the office is rented other tenants and the owners might
be a little upset
I will investigate the reports and advise you as to the outcomes
Thanks for sharing your views
I appreciate the trouble you have gone to
Sent from my iPhone
> On 17 Nov. 2016, at 10:53 pm, Peter Ross <Peter.Ross(a)alumni.tu-berlin.de>
> Dear Martin,
> what happened to your colleagues?
> Apple, a multinational company with a proud history of tax avoidance,
talking to the Labor State government about knocking down the building of
the Koori National Trust to build a megastore at Fed Square.
> Maybe the St.Paul's Cathedral instead? Or something else of significance
> I suggest to knock down the Labor head quarters in the Docklands instead.
We do not need a party which sells the people's valuables to the greedy.
> Can you please put a stop to it? It is simply obsciene vandalism.
> Thank you
Just wondering what a good cordless VOIP solution is?
Last time I asked somewhere, the Gigaset was recommended. Think I might
have the C610 IIRC (can't see how to double check). However I am now
finding that the batteries don't last - possibly due to memory affect. I
tried getting more expensive AA batteries, but it hasn't helped.
Seems like this might be a common problem, seems like the recommendation
is not to leave the phones on the chargers. Which means trying to manage
when batteries are going flat and recharge them before they go dead
Looking at Gigaset's website, I am somewhat overwealmed with choices,
and there doesn't seem to be any easy way of identifying the differences
between the different model numbers. e.g. what does the C, E, S, SL, CL
prefix mean. Or if any have better battery solutions then what I already
So was wondering if anybody could suggest alternate solutions?
Brian May <brian(a)linuxpenguins.xyz>