amanfromMars 1 Wed 14 Jul 09:40  ……. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/07/12/in_brief_security/
Re: MRDA ….. but one cannot plausibly deny its veracity for surely such then is delusional.
I pick the first option, Ivan.. …bobbear
So, a bold admission that, bobbear, …… to be a fan of fake news. An admirable honesty indeed, although it is certainly not admirable in deed given the crazy problems such seeds and feeds need in order to grow its perverse and corrupt and subversive database/alternate virtual realities.
It’s just like one of those nasty little mutating coronaviruses which so easily can lay waste to progress made wherever it surfaces to be be universally presented and spread.
Is a vaccine for such possible or is it something one has to live with and suffer from?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 14 Jul 17:57  …… saying out loud again on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/07/12/in_brief_security/
Re a JOINT committee @Ken G
If you bet on that being an AWEsome affair, Ken G, would you be quids in or would the UKGBNI MoD fail miserably again to grasp the lifelines that the private and/or pirate sectors can throw them to defend and save the public sector from the vast catalogues of mistakes and self-serving abominations its elite executive office servants afford themselves to try to defeat disruptive competition and targeting opposition alike.
Such would be a monumental failing starting right at the top of the Joint Chiefs of Staff percolating its bile right down through the ranks infecting and effecting everyone donning and servering and servicing military/paramilitary uniforms, for it is not as if they are not already some time ago made clearly enough aware of the predicament which haunts and taunts them, news of which even the Register and its commentards know, for its shenanigans are not yet classified COSMIC TS/SCI ……… AWEsome AIdDevelopments for Heavenly Palaces*
One does have to wonder at what they are playing at whenever everything around them turns so oft to nothing better than just so much useless dust as they abandon operation after operation with no gainful return and laudable adoration.
Is it the case that they are just not so very bright and are stuck into serving an established traditional rut following despicable leaders rather than leading with formidable followers?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 14 Jul 11:59  ……. being brutally honest on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/07/14/dev_0322_solarwinds_serv_u_zero_day/
Re: Rarer than unicorns?
Is there such a thing as a secure consumer router? …. vtcodger
No, vtcodger, there is not, nor even whenever routing and/or routeing information servering and servicing intelligence.
‘Tis an escapable fact of/for universal life.
Many routers are just less secure than others by simple virtue of who and/or what would be using them ….. and for what and/or for whom. To consider any of them failsafe secure is an arrogance displaying an ignorance born of hubris and a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of the wild beast so obviously confronting one. And such is an exploitable vulnerability which some would tell you has no peer.