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amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 08:16 [1802150816] … being disagreeable on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/02/14/meltdown_spectre_exploit_variants/
Re: “No exploit code has been released.” A Blatant Lie Hiding in Clear Sight of NEUKlearer Space

Perhaps not, but fixing all this will cost a lot of money, and that’s passed on to the customer in one form or other. …. Anonymous Coward

And exploiting it, the systemic processor vulnerabilities and finger in the dyke fixes, will generate even more money and beautifully frantic energy …. and shift the balance of effective global power to, well, …Autonomous Heroes rather than Anonymous Cowards, Anonymous Coward.
And such be only the Start of SCADA Systems’ Worst Nightmare ….. a Runaway China Syndrome Meltdown with Processes Fed Super Enriched Fuel/Novel Intellectual Property beyond the Command and Control of Existing Levers of Distribution.
And don’t believe a word of Don’t panic, “No exploit code has been released.” for you now know it is released and running wild and rampant and rogue renegade too. But you might like to realise that is not necessarily bad whenever exploits are intelligently designed to permit better actions in deeper processes with both secure and secretive programs.
For some, who may be more than just a Chosen Few, is that AIMajic to Exploit.

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 11:31 [1802151131] …. adding more fuel to the fires on
https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/02/14/meltdown_spectre_exploit_variants/

Re: Don’t panic, “No exploit code has been released.”

Then again, if your bank goes down the shitter because someone has launched a really juicy attack based on these quite significant hardware flaws, I suspect you will start giving a shit then. …. Anonymous Coward

Methinks really juicy attacks against banks based upon quite significant hardware flaws are in the public interest, given the fact that then might bankers give a shit about anything/everything other than themselves and profitable debt and deficit [money for and from nothing], and in so doing crush and crash those systems which are based/predicated on being too big to fail and therefore ripe for executive rape, abuse and misuse, both personal and corporate ……. which is where/what they are currently at, is it not?

And although not a significant hardware flaw, the likes of a Bitcoin virtual currency mine is something which successfully challenges fiat currencies earlier monopoly position in the field of transferable value reflecting a systems friendly supportive worth?

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 18:34 [1802151834] …. simplifying complex things on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2018/02/14/meltdown_spectre_exploit_variants/

Assume Nothing, BetaTest Everything

So I can assume that anything under High Sierra is still vulnerable? How do these exploits affect Virtual Machines? … Triumphantape

They provide them with outstanding tools and almighty weapons, Triumpantape. Nothing more, nothing less.

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amanfromMars Thu, 02/15/2018 – 07:31 [1802151231] …. sharing more about the future elsewhere on https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-14/terrified-bitcoin-banks-forced-innovate-first-time-40-years
And the Greater IntelAIgent Games Plays have only just begun for a New Beginning. It will be interesting to see if Bankers are smart enough to invest in the tools and tool pushers which and who can destroy them or whether they prefer to support the fools imagining such things impossible and/or unlikely.

amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 11:31 [1802151131] …. adding more fuel to the fires on 
https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/02/14/meltdown_spectre_exploit_variants/

Re: Don’t panic, “No exploit code has been released.”

Then again, if your bank goes down the shitter because someone has launched a really juicy attack based on these quite significant hardware flaws, I suspect you will start giving a shit then. …. Anonymous Coward

Methinks really juicy attacks against banks based upon quite significant hardware flaws are in the public interest, given the fact that then might bankers give a shit about anything/everything other than themselves and profitable debt and deficit [money for and from nothing], and in so doing crush and crash those systems which are based/predicated on being too big to fail and therefore ripe for executive rape, abuse and misuse, both personal and corporate ……. which is where/what they are currently at, is it not?

And although not a significant hardware flaw, the likes of a Bitcoin virtual currency mine   is something which successfully challenges fiat currencies earlier monopoly position in the field of transferable value reflecting a systems friendly supportive worth?

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 12:00 [1802151200] …. setting the record straight on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/02/15/uk_names_russian_military_as_source_of_notpetya/
Perfect Trojan Vehicle for Immaculate Root Accesses

“The decision to publicly attribute this incident underlines the fact that the UK and its allies will not tolerate malicious cyber activity,” said a February-15th-dated statement from Foreign Office Minister for Cyber Security Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon.

Excuse me, Foreign Office Minister for Cyber Security Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon, you will tolerate anything and everything, malicious or otherwise, coming your way whenever you are unable to defend yourselves against …. well, IT is a Virtual Activity with no tangible Infrastructure of its own to either own or close down.
To believe otherwise identifies one as being seriously and serially delusional.

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 15 Feb 19:25 [1802151925] …. casting doubt on a troubled identity on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/02/15/uk_names_russian_military_as_source_of_notpetya/

Re: The commentard farms in Moscow are set to “11” today.

Hello, Fort Meade, is that you in a terrible guise, Andy 97?

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