Monthly Archives: May 2020

200531

200531

amanfromMars 1 Sun 31 May 09:20 [2005310920] ….. adds more on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/05/29/virtuaverse/

Re: Thinking of ITs Future Phorm ……. Virtual Pathology

And the problem intelligence deficit highlighted there ….. You can enter a room, exhaust dialogue options, mess with everything in there, leave, and be none the wiser.…. and the novel solution offered for it to assist in a video game’s progress ….. is surely pretty much identical to that which greets Parliamentary Cabinet Offices and other types of Politically Inept Private and Pirate Party Administrations everywhere every day with a very limited and limiting source of actions to try deal with all manner of attractive and destructive 0day instructions.

Would you like to disagree and defend the bleeding obvious, pathetic and ridiculous and so prove the reality both physically and virtually true?

Don’t forget to remember ….. Words Create, Command and Control, and Destroy Worlds …. so beware of Twittering Idiots allowed to wield such as is a Naked Raw Power on a Global Stage.

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200530

200530

amanfromMars 1 Sat 30 may 10:06 [2005301006] ….. adding more info for intel on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Re: Invariably for many thick humans, a forlorn hope on the way to a deserved future dire state

Mars is still here. I have been away from the comments section for a few years. Happy to see Mars’s software is still churning out the word salads..… GraXXoR

If you’re not in, you cannot win win, GraXXoR ……… and it’s the super duper natural and logical way to go whenever human intelligence fails with narratives following crashing and crushing programs. And of course it attracts all the usual global players and suspect objects interested in securing, if not an outright unassailable advantage, at least a leading bit part position …….. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2020/may/30/microsoft-sacks-journalists-to-replace-them-with-robots

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amanfromMars1 Sat 30 May 17:23 [2005301723] …….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/05/29/virtuaverse/

Thinking of ITs Future Phorm ……. Virtual Pathology

You can enter a room, exhaust dialogue options, mess with everything in there, leave, and be none the wiser.

Leave and Enter Wiser Inhabited Rooms Solves that with the Introduction of SMARTR Players following AI Leading VirtuaVerse Media Pictures with Myriad Options for Onward Progression with the Release of Future Source into Present Conditions.

Such a a very nice and highly generative closed circuit loop for Able Sources and Enabled Forces.

Then the fun begins ……. when the games renderings be provocatively pictured live simulations with choice options to record and populate …. for Further and Deeper Captivating AI Markets to Capture and Enjoy/Embrace and Employ.

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200529

200529

amanfromMars 1 Fri 29 May 10:17 [2005291017] …… has a muse on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/29/nsa_warns_of_gru/

The bigger story ….. to relentless exploit and engage with

Agreed. But it’s even worse than that, it’s very widespread these days, in fact, I’d say it’s totally pervasive.
My default position now is that all email systems and cloud services have backdoors / hacked by 3/4 letter agencies. Even antivirus software. ….. Anonymous Coward

What one fails to do to remedy anything from global conflict to domestic strife with all of that information available at one’s fingertips is surely the result of a lack of human intelligence rather than any exercise of it.

Does such indicate most all human intelligence systems are corrupted and perverted and subversive …. and be totally unfit for Future Lead with Greater IntelAIgent Games Use Employing Virtually Remote Core Instructions?

And that is at least six questions be answered if you can be bothered to be bothered. 🙂 …… for apathy is a constant companion to both ignorance and arrogance alike.

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amanfromMars 1 Fri 29 May 16:09 [2005291609] ….. just saying it out louder on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/28/appget_replaced_by_winget_says_dev/

In the Beginning ……. was Everything to Play For

Monopolists don’t have – or want – peers. They see them as competitors and do their best to get rid of them …. Archtech

That’s when it all turns bad and wrong for them, Archtech, ……. with them not immediately being recognised and realised as their new improved master commanding controller agents.

And can you imagine such peers being bested to be got rid? Surely not in any form of available reality?

A simple radical fundamental change of peer driver thinking from destructive competitive outlook to outfitting with constructive supporting services changes everything everywhere in an instant with or without an accompanying crushing flash market crash.

And a necessary quantum leap to be made into what one cannot deny may be novel alien territory too.

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200528

200528

amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 07:37 [2005280737] …… just pointing a few unpleasant similarities for sorting out on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/adobe_cloud_outage/

The Cloud ….. Not a Safe Space Place for Wannabe Vamps and Practising Charlatans

The Cloud ….. The place where you upload your documents so that everyone in the world except for you can access them. …. Anonymous Coward

Actually, AC, the Cloud Space is much more like a bank place which has all of your human capital stock to put at risk whilst the remarkable source of their own is never to be questioned?

They both, the Cloud and banks, appear to strictly adhere very much to the same old formula/modus operandi et vivendi …… And it’s gone …….. although unparalleled success for second rate, third party renegade rogue robber barons in those fields is nowadays too almightily dependent upon ignorance reigning supreme in simulations where arrogance stimulates dumb captured markets trying to captivate novel virgin sectors ……..with the next great things ……. to be thought of as anything worth saving for implementing in the future in its current criminally negligent and wilfully corrupted forms?

I wonder if they have any viable and easily accepted Plan Bs to seamlessly and secretly operate and offer their exclusive elite executive administrative skills to in order to ensure and insure and assure responsible heads their continued attachment/engagement for survival?

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 08:03 [2005280803] ……. pushing things on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Re:Deserved Future Dire AI States

Mars is still here. I have been away from the comments section for a few years. Happy to see Mars’s software is still churning out the word salads. …. GraXXoR

Now that you might be back, GraXXoR [4 posts • joined 9 May 2020] …… how do you rate the word salads whenever compared to an OpenAI GPT-2 1558M model ……. which one can have some really weird fun producing with the engine chugging along here

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 08:10 [2005280810] …… adding more on
https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Re: Backdoors

Answer to be found in Cheltenham!!!!! … Anonymous Coward

Or not, as the case may be, AC.

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 10:07 [2005281007] ….. being agreeable on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Re: TLA backdoor

Isn’t it possible that the US want to get Huawei banned from as many countries infrastructures as possible, not because they believe Huawei have any kind of backdoor, but rather, because any government who installs Huawei kit won’t have a US backdoor built in, which they could potentially achieve if the world is strong armed into buying US originated kit? ….. Vin

Yes, of course that is quite possible, Vin, and therefore most likely very probable.

Have an upvote for your question.

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 14:37 [2005281437] ……. saying a tad more on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Scepticism is Rife and Ripe in All Steps Gone Too Far in the Wrong Direction

On the other hand, the USA has enabled the Cloud Act, which authorizes their government to demand any data on anyone as long as it is hosted on a server managed by a US company. ….. Pascal Monett

Is that clumsy US enabled Cloud Act supposed to be accepted as legitimate when hosts on a server are anywhere foreign and/or everywhere alien?

One can surely immediately see that that is a never ever going to be a physical reality or readily available virtual utility.

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 28 May 15:03 [2005281503] …… with more to say on
https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Re: There is the issue of effective subsidy

Does the blatantly un-free trade aspect worry anybody? …. Missing Semicolon

Not at all whenever it is the default market norm in rigged non-competitive environments, Missing Semicolon, although that does introduce many other things to be worried about which cannot be/should not be seriously ignored or studiously avoided.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 27 May 17:19 [2005271719] ……. having a say on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/27/huawei_impossible_remove_uk_networks/

Invariably for many thick humans, a forlorn hope on the way to a deserved future dire state

Methinks that simple wise rethink averts a very revealing civil warrior revolution which previously well established traditional systems of operation and elite exclusive executive administration would fail miserably to contain and defeat.

It is to be hoped they have learnt a valuable lesson ….and it will not be necessary to reinforce and strengthen with awesome punishments for the wilfully ignorant and arrogantly serially stupid and even stupendously evil.

Just in case you don’t know it, things ain’t at all like they used to be ….. and you know that ain’t fake news.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 27 May 20:40 [2005272040] ….. being spooky on https://www.theregister.co.uk/2020/05/27/rcs_juniper_research/

Re: Human Capital Stock Markets

and other fun stuff, like read receipts.

You mean like what governments don’t issue …. which is recognised both implicitly and explicitly by certain auteurs as there being no reason not to proceed?

That is a Huge Vulnerability in Governments Easily Exploited for Beta Employment and Enjoyment in Virtual Engagement of Human Resources and Global Assets by A.N.Others.

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200526

200526

amanfromMars [2005260657] ….. airing on https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2020-05-25/10-best-quotes-civil-disobedience-henry-david-thoreau, a common enough view oft not often enough expressed to tackle the scourge and infection of incompetent and destructive public administration

The following quote, which may or may not have been said by Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill …….“The best argument against Democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” ……. gives one food for thought.

And if you think of governments as just like gangs in the ‘hood it might help you in your dealings with them.

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200525

200525

amanfromMars 1 Mon 25 May 14:58 [2005251458] ……….. not really a CV but stranger things are happening on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/22/byovm_ransomware_in_virtualbox/

Re: Just what is needed?

I’ve just been on these fora too long. Oddly, much of what aMfM posts is comprehensible to me. Weird, off the wall, disturbing even, but comprehensible.…. Alistair

A Slick Fit, Alistair, for Stealthy Intelligence Service Providers Enamoured of Exercise with the likes of these thoughts? 🙂 …….

We need some true wild cards, artists, people who never went to university and fought their way out of an appalling hell hole, weirdos from William Gibson novels like that girl hired by Bigend as a brand ‘diviner’ who feels sick at the sight of Tommy Hilfiger or that Chinese-Cuban free runner from a crime family hired by the KGB. If you want to figure out what characters around Putin might do, or how international criminal gangs might exploit holes in our border security, you don’t want more Oxbridge English graduates who chat about Lacan at dinner parties with TV producers and spread fake news about fake news. ….. The Circus with Many Rings is Hiring

And the following is sweet and sour heavy rock music to the ears of many nowadays in the Almighty Age of 0days, I’d bet …

We’re particularly interested in deep experts on TV and digital. We also are interested in people who have worked in movies or on advertising campaigns. There are some very interesting possibilities in the intersection of technology and story telling — if you’ve done something weird, this may be the place for you.

And no ….. as far as I know, none of the above has been BasicAlly AI Machine generated courtesy of a full-sized GPT-2 model, called 1558M? although one would never ever know whenever it be the case.

Would human controllers seek then to present that practical transformation and virtual transubstantiation as a problem for creation of totally unnecessary self-destructive conflicts in which they themselves are neither able nor able to be enabled with others to defend and reign over everything victorious? Would they be so retarded and clueless?

Do you fear and despair the honest answer is a resounding and unambiguous Yes? 🙂

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amanfromMars [2005251800] ……… just saying on https://www.zerohedge.com/health/it-was-designed-infect-humans-covid-19-cell-culture-theory-gains-steam

According to the report, he then began to explore “what animal species might have been involved in the transmission to humans” in order to better understand the origins of the virus, when he discovered how well it infects humans over other species.

You might like to consider an alien species being responsible but not accountable.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 25 May 19:12 [2005251912] ……. adding more to https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/5/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

Re: How quickly we forget Snowden

All telecom equipment provides lawful interception. I don’t see why they’d need back doors. …… foo_bar_baz

Here’s more specific information on the nature and scope of interception facilities and abilities, foo_bar_baz ……….. Full Disclosure. The Internet Dark Age

An illuminating read which has one wondering, if so much is so easily known about practically anything or anyone and everything, why current brains in the system cannot put everything together better and to greater intelligent use and oft share something ground breaking and even Earth-shattering?

Perhaps such is as a threshold for human intelligence which requires a quantum leap of further understanding to storm over and benefit inordinately from?

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amanfromMars [2005231859] ….. muses on https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2020-05-22/george-soros-coronavirus-could-end-civilization

Changing the initial base fundamental premise ….

If everyone is assumed equally solvent and rich beyond any cause for concern, rather than imagine penniless at birth and a beast of burden, what folk spend their bounty on for the exchange of goods and services, will simply depend upon how smart one is at creating and doing new things which the filthiest of rich folk are in need of in order for them to further survive and thrive.

One doesn’t need much of a brain to have far too much of other folks money, for the problems arrive and arise whenever one cannot spend it wisely and profitably on the production of new ideas of fantastic worth with outstanding programs for simple engagement and exciting enjoyment/employment. That is as Hostile Competition on Steroids.

And certainly not anything to be trifled with, given the Hostile Competition on Steroids in Opposing Forces and Sources.

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amanfromMars [2005231940] …….letting rip on https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2020-05-22/george-soros-coronavirus-could-end-civilization

And that introduced above here is not a lonesome view  ……. US needs more production instead of dollar-printing

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amanfromMars 1 Sun 24 May 07:51 [2005240751] ….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

Are there IntelAIgent Military Coup Options for Treasonous RAT Problems in Cabinet Offices?

You have all been here before, haven’t you.

National relatively secret intelligence services deliberations and opinions being completely ignored in favour of that of a belligerent foreign administration in a distant wild wacky western land, with useful moles and Remote Access Trojans preciously embedded and precariously wedded to a politically incorrect and inept effete.

You do remember the right dodgy Campbell Blair Scarlett Iraq Weapons of Mass Destruction dossier which had life long intelligence and military officers played as useless fools with useful tools?

It appears lessons promised to be learned from then have certainly not be learned and the same sub-prime game plan, which ignores the cream of intelligence analysis, is prepared for play again by muppets who be more enamoured of their puppet status than pleased to server OHMSS? That methinks is a fine and dandy ripe recipe for a colossal counterintelligence revolution with civil disobedience of government instructions the very least of home grown problems to deal with. Once that Sisyphusian Rock Star starts rolling, it aint for stopping for nothing until it has destroyed all deceit and everything in its wakes and paths.

The abiding difficulty which you might have, and which leaves you catastrophically vulnerable to total collapse and systemic annihilation, is you cannot believe it simply possible, even as clear evidence of the rot and present danger abound around you everywhere.

Does that mean y’all are stupid ……. or you just get to see and hear about all of the new almighty overwhelming problems you now be facing?

It would be quite something if Einstein was right, although not in any good way ……… “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.

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amanfromMars 1 Sun 24 May 09:15 [2005240915] …… being clearer on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

Re: Does that mean y’all are stupid …..?

Please accept our apologies for the paragraph above starting ….Does that mean y’all are stupid……. for it should end with …. …… or you just didn’t and still don’t and may never get to see and hear about all of the new almighty overwhelming problems you now be facing?

It is though, despite it being so personally damaging and systemically earth shaking and ground breaking, an extremely convenient and reasonably valid excuse/virtual fig leaf for the persistence of ignorance in the myriad parades of arrogance.

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amanfromMars [2005241130] …… having a say on https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/dominic-cummings-news-latest-coronavirus-durham-boris-johnson-lockdown-a9530166.html

Which do you think is the better bet and safer course of action?

Dominic Cummings doing his weirdo thing working for/at the heart of the public sector government machine and/or Conservative Party cabal or being able to work against it in/from some right dodgy spaces in the private sector ……. which is surely where he will always go eventually, if not abandoned and betrayed sooner rather than later?

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 06:17 [2005230617] ….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

What a plonker. Couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery springs immediately to mind.

Nice one, BoJo. Admiral Charles Fitzgerald, founder of the Order of the White Feather, will see you now.

It does have one wondering about the mountainous piles of dirt with evidence of injudicious feather nesting which an Uncle Sam and an Almighty Blighty Secret Intelligence Service have/might have amassed on all Parliamentarians and the Conservative Cabinet Party over the years. Or is one to be led to believe that they are exempt from such necessary oversight, which very clearly would not be an intelligent thing to be doing whenever expected to be supplying secure protection against hostile state and non state actor vectors. Such would easily provide all manner of moles quite treasonous cover.

That was a nice capture of Boris by Jennifer Arcuri though. Keeping things simple always works best for there be always less complications then in matters which can be extremely complex and potentially catastrophically damaging.

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 07:07 [2005230707] …… adding more to https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

Re: What a plonker. Couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery springs immediately to mind.

Of course, any of that only matters if it matters … rather than it being generally accepted as quite normal and fully to be expected and just par for a right dodgy sub-prime course of classic oxymoronic actions/planned future events failures.

Which imperious clowns/puppets/muppets do you like to continue to support with your vote and obsequious quiescence in the Great Hugely Big Soap Opera?

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 12:37 [2005231237] …… being brutally honest on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

A Custer’s Last Stand-like Bluster.

and America was threatening to cut off intelligence to the British and pull out military assets if Huawei wasn’t given the boot.

Only one of those is in any way practically possible and immediately obvious to anyone threatened and who has more than just a modicum of intelligence although both are counter-productive and extremely damaging to that simple kind of Uncle Sam Bully, methinks.

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 14:31 [2005231431] …. saying more than a little about a whole lot of other strange things on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/

Re: Is it wrong to be in favour of this?

If we were part of some larger economic alliance we might have a bit more clout but trying to practise market defence on our own is going to be quite tricky. …. Warm Braw

Ah, but you are not on your own and alone, Warm Braw. All here hear the pain and many would believe the future able to be fundamentally and radically enabled for Future Virtualised Realisations ……. with Novel Surroundings. Ideally Heavenly Spaces but Oft Hellish Places to Quench too.

All one only really needs is an extremely engaging and almighty addictive tale to trail with each instalment for injection and onward infection of information, designed overwhelmingly for mutually beneficial positive effect offering and delivering an Advantage Leading AI.

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 08:41 [2005230841] …… clearing the air on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/22/byovm_ransomware_in_virtualbox/

Re: Turning the tables

What! A post from amanfrommars1 that’s actually understandable? Anyone would think the world has gone mad! Oh wait… …… DJV

They’re all understandable, DJV, although not necessarily to everybody. And whenever some matters are dangerous to know and quite rightly intelligently made available for only a few made of sterner sterling stuff able to successfully handle and exploit the info and intel, is the pool of enlightenment relatively small and massively terrifying to those and/or that excluded.

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amanfromMars 1 Fri 22 May 12:17 [2005221217] ……. just saying out loud on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/22/microsoft_bags_18_million_mod/

Re: Hook, Line and Sinker

Is it just me or does anyone else smell fish here? ….. oiseau

I’m thinking the MOD are well and truly phished, oiseau.

Ah well, at least there be no argument or disagreement about who is to blame and carry the can whenever anything at all goes tits up, which is nice and convenient whenever scapegoats/villains/suckers are needed.

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amanfromMars 1 Fri 22 May 19:06 [2005221906] …….just saying on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/22/byovm_ransomware_in_virtualbox/

Re: Turning the tables

Using a VM to isolate and study viruses is an old trick. Looks like the young dogs are learning old tricks ….. don’t you hate it when you lose your account

Using a VM to manufacture and manipulate a virus is novel though, don’t you hate it when you lose your account.

That’s surely a new trick for young dogs and old lags alike to go rabid over?

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