Andy_Bangle

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  1. CCTV might be getting hacked

    HiKVision has extremely poor security and has been hacked before. Keep updatíng that firmware - if they ever bother to patch it correctly. The backdoor vulnerability which got you has been present in Hikvision products since at least 2014. https://ipvm.com/reports/hik-backdoor
  2. Fernando Alonso will race at Le Mans and other selected WEC rounds this year, his McLaren team confirmed on Tuesday. The two-time world champion had been considering taking part in the endurance classic for several months, as he chases his dream of winning motor racing’s ‘Triple Crown’. And following his debut sportscar appearance at Daytona last week, a deal has now been reached for Alonso to race for Toyota in as many WEC rounds as possible. However, McLaren and Alonso have agreed that his priority remains Formula 1 – so he will miss the Japanese event at Fuji on October 21 because it clashes with the United States Grand Prix. Alonso said he was delighted at the opportunity to take part in sportscar racing alongside his F1 ambitions.
  3. Alonso to race in WEC for Toyota in 2018

    WEC moves Fuji race date for Fernando Alonso, will move forward a week leaving some other drivers rather unhappy.
  4. Alonso to race in WEC for Toyota in 2018

    No good for a trip to the drive-thru
  5. Alonso to race in WEC for Toyota in 2018

    Alonso's new office:
  6. Grand Prix Driver, the series goes inside McLaren's racing team to see what it's like to compete in Formula One – not just from the perspective of the drivers, but of the engineers and team leaders, too.The series is set to debut come February 9 on Amazon Prime Video.
  7. 'Inside Team McLaren' on Amazon Video

    McLaren has announced American-based multinational computer company Dell Technologies as a new sponsor for the 2018 Formula 1 season. The deal, which was confirmed on Thursday, will see the manufacturer of PCs, computer servers and TVs supply both hardware and software to the F1 team and its Applied Technologies division. "McLaren is delighted to announce a multi-faceted, long-term partnership with Dell Technologies, the world’s largest privately-controlled technology company," the team's statement read. "Dell Technologies, which consists of seven global brands – Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, Secureworks, Virtustream and VMware – will bring its deep technology expertise to all McLaren Technology Group companies, including McLaren Racing and McLaren Applied Technologies, as well as benefitting McLaren’s esports programme, World’s Fastest Gamer.
  8. iMac Pro Performance

    Bet you wouldn’t say that in front of your wife
  9. iMac Pro Performance

    RAM and SSD prices have increased recently but they still won’t break the bank. Something like 45 quid for a 4GB module and 80 for an extra 8GB module. An easy 5min upgrade I’d see how the machine runs before upgrading, I find a fast win 10 machine doesn’t need as much ram as past operating systems Long term driver support would be one of my main concerns on an unbranded machine.
  10. iMac Pro Performance

    If you want a lightweight, energy efficient laptop then I'd say those specs are ok. But for light gaming / video editing / accounts, it will struggle. I'd rather (for around the same budget) be looking at something like this: https://www.ebuyer.com/800868-lenovo-v110-laptop-80th0013uk it's got a significantly faster 7th Gen i5 processor, 15.6" HD display and a DVDRW drive should you want to pump out some home movies - is that still a thing? On the downside, it only has 4GB RAM (one spare slot for an upgrade) & has the same 128GB M.2 HDD but USB3 memory sticks are cheap enough. If you want a 1080p 13.3" display then this could be the closest match (with a much better CPU): https://www.tesco.com/direct/lenovo-ideapad-510s-133-laptop-intel-core-i3-7100u-4gb-128gb-ssd-win-10-80v0004xuk/174-4796.prd?skuId=174-4796 You can save about £50 on those prices by specing a 1TB HDD/6th Gen i3 instead of the 128GB M.2 SSD.
  11. Arch has the 4th Gen R, the newer 5th Gen is even more angular and pointy.
  12. Winter Warmer - Weds 7th Feb

    Source: Dogging.co.uk
  13. F1 Grid Kids

    Hey son, these cars are really dangerous. A few people have been killed or seriously injured in them. But that's OK, you just stand there and look glamorous like the girls who used to do it. See if you can attract the eye of some Paedo. Oh and hold this bottle of bubbly whilst E-bmw hangs up his mac. I wonder will they (for health & safety reasons) be accompanied by their (scantily clad) grid mums (Grid MiLFs)?
  14. F1 Grid Kids

    Stupid idea How the hell are they going to get kids to stand still for 2 hours on the grid in scorching temperatures? at Spa or Silverstone when it's pissing down? They are killing the F1 traditions.
  15. 2018 UK F1 TV schedule

    2018 UK F1 TV schedule Australian Grand Prix, 23-25 March Sky only Bahrain Grand Prix, 6-8 April Sky and Channel 4 Chinese Grand Prix, 13-15 April Sky Azerbaijan Grand Prix, 27-29 April Sky and Channel 4 Spanish Grand Prix, 11-13 May Sky Monaco Grand Prix, 25-27 May Sky and Channel 4 Canadian Grand Prix, 8-10 June Sky French Grand Prix, 22-24 June Sky Austrian Grand Prix, 29 June – 1 July Sky and Channel 4 British Grand Prix, 6-8 July Sky and Channel 4 German Grand Prix, 20-22 July Sky Hungarian Grand Prix, 27-29 July Sky Belgian Grand Prix, 24-26 August Sky and Channel 4 Italian Grand Prix, 31 August – 2 September Sky Singapore Grand Prix, 14-16 September Sky and Channel 4 Russian Grand Prix, 28-30 September Sky Japanese Grand Prix, 5-7 October Sky and Channel 4 United States Grand Prix, 19-21 October Sky and Channel 4 Mexican Grand Prix, 26-28 October Sky Brazilian Grand Prix, 9-11 November Sky Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, 23-25 November Sky and Channel 4
  16. 2018 UK F1 TV schedule

    Formula 1 chiefs have confirmed that there will be a shake-up of the weekend schedule this year, with many European races now starting at 3.10pm. As Liberty sets about its overhaul of grand prix racing, it has announced the biggest shake-up in the F1 schedule for years. The entire weekend's timetable for European races is being shifted back in a bid to help attract a larger television audience. Furthermore, the races will now start 10 minutes past the hour to allow broadcasters to better incorporate the pre-race build-up if their programming starts on the hour.
  17. 2018 UK F1 TV schedule

    Sort of related to F1 TV Coverage as it's the closest you lot will get to seeing grid girls. Formula One organisers have announced walk-on grid girls will no longer be used before races. F1 commercial chief Sean Bratches said that it was felt using grid girls no longer fitted in with the new brand image that Liberty wants for grand prix racing. In a statement issued on Wednesday, he said: "Over the last year we have looked at a number of areas which we felt needed updating so as to be more in tune with our vision for this great sport. "While the practice of employing grid girls has been a staple of Formula 1 Grand Prix for decades, we feel this custom does not resonate with our brand values and clearly is at odds with modern-day societal norms. The move, which will be both for motor racing's top category as well as all support events at each grand prix - including Formula 2 and GP3 - comes as part of Liberty Media's revamp.
  18. 2018 UK F1 TV schedule

    This will be the last year of FTA Formula 1 as will be behind paywall between 2019 and 2024 F1 owners say UK paywall TV deal they have inherited is detrimental to sport
  19. Biscuits and Just_Chick

    That too, my NSA powers are strong
  20. Biscuits and Just_Chick

    The S e a r c h B u t t on
  21. Biscuits and Just_Chick

    Nows your chance! Britney Spears Coming to Scarborough https://www.yorkshirecoastradio.com/news/local-news/2484001/britney-spears-coming-to-scarborough/
  22. F1 2018 Drivers list

    McLaren: Valtteri Bottas will stick with the team for another season. Lewis Hamilton entering the last season of a three-year contract signed at the end of 2015. Ferrari: Vettel and Raikkonen stay put. Red Bull: Ricciardo and Verstappen staying at RBR. Haas: Grosjean and Magnussen sticking with Haas. Renault: Carlos Sainz Jr. and Nico Hulkenberg. That leaves Toro Rosso, Williams, and Sauber each with two seats open, one seat still available at Force India (alongside Esteban Ocon) and another McLaren, which is expected to keep Stoffel Vandoorne but awaits Fernando Alonso's decision now that it's switching to Renault power.
  23. New pants please

    the flight crew certainly earned their wages that day.