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Sam Nazarko 2h
Replying to @bt_uk
How would they do this? There does not seem to be any method of doing so in the interface.
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Sam Nazarko 20h
Hey -- is there a way to report false positives with your 'Web Protect' system? It's preventing some of our users from installing updates.
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Sam Nazarko Feb 22
Yes - but if that remains the case for more than four hours...
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Sam Nazarko Feb 22
Replying to @Average_Maker @RasPiTV
A software project turned in to hardware.
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Sam Nazarko Feb 19
Oh dear. I was under the impression that what happened in Vegas, stayed in Vegas.
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Sam Nazarko Feb 1
Replying to @bluemorbo
Use h2testw to verify any cards you have. Very resourceful
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Sam Nazarko Feb 1
Replying to @bluemorbo
Spot price for DRAM is in a deflationary spiral currently. Stock up while you can, and make sure you don’t get fakes..
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Sam Nazarko Jan 29
Replying to @Average_Maker
Being one year younger, ie born in 94, not 93 ended up costing me £18k extra. Thanks Clegg!
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Sam Nazarko Jan 29
Replying to @Average_Maker
I paid mine off after graduating. Wasn’t cheap. The problem is that a Labour gov decided it would be a good idea to send 50% of the population to university. Something completely unnecessary. Would be more practical to send 10-15% and offer those people scholarships.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 28
Replying to @neillathwood
I've sent them a secure message -- definitely keen to hear their response. The issue is more that it 'can' happen, not that it's happened, if that makes sense..
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Sam Nazarko Jan 28
Replying to @neillathwood
Nope. He has never been involved in it at all — we just share a surname and address.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 27
Replying to @SamNazarko
Can anyone advise as to the best way to approach this? I feel like my privacy has been breached. Thank goodness it’s been with family, for now..
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Sam Nazarko Jan 27
Replying to @SamNazarko
I’m guessing this is an issue caused by us having the same last name and residential address. This is worrying. I will be closing my account tomorrow as this is not the first issue with Barclays. This is extremely dangerous and I’d like to warn others.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 27
Replying to @SamNazarko
When he logged in, I couldn’t help but see that he had full access to my business banking account. He has access to all of my statements and payment facilities. I told him to send himself £1 via my account on his web interface. He did so without issue.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 27
Replying to @SamNazarko
In 2017, Barclays lost my statements and HMRC had to intervene in 2017. Today, my father wanted some help logging in to Internet Banking, so I gave him a hand.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 27
I am extremely concerned about Barclay's business banking. This is a severe warning to anyone considering using them. I don't like to moan about companies online but I think people are right to be concerned here. Judge of your own accord.
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Sam Nazarko Jan 24
Seems to have given me a few pointers -- thanks!
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Sam Nazarko Jan 23
Ta
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Sam Nazarko Jan 22
Replying to @SamNazarko
Would also be good if I could override some API functions. Is AppInit_DLLs still the best approach? I'm looking for an LD_PRELOAD like technique so I can rewrite the FS watcher and notification events. Might be able to get access to antiquated sources; but time not on side
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Sam Nazarko Jan 22
Replying to @SamNazarko
I have a legacy binary that we need to run for a few years yet. I have no access to source. It has a filesystem watcher but seems slower on modern systems (API changes?). I'd like to get underneath it (something like strace) to see what it's doing
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