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Monomox last won the day on April 25 2021

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  1. I'm sorry this happened to you. I hadn't thought about clearing all cookies when closing the browser as a security measure, but that's where we are. Particularly, cookies for financial services. It's a PITA, but no 2FA will help you if they get hold of your cookies, unless the yubikey works differently and it's required for it to stay plugged in at all times. AI will empower the little guys in their scamming, phishing and hacking endeavors, so regular folks like us will see attacks directed to us more often. Not trying to be pessimistic, but it's better to be prepared. It used to be easy to detect phishing attempts because of how badly they were written, but now AI can write that kind of thing. Also, they seemed to be in the Netherlands, but they were probably using a VPN, so who knows where these people were located. I'm glad everything worked on your favor and that Youtube/Google provided the help that they sometimes don't.
  2. I just watched your video. I was quite inspired by your positivity. It's funny how the people who admit hubris are the least"hubrisome." How did the vandals overcome your two-factor authentication? Which includes the question, what type of 2FA were you using? I'm considering getting a yubikey after watching your video. Man! Congrats on getting your account back!
  3. To subscribe or not to subscribe: that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to pay for software on a monthly or annual basis, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and pay for a one-time license. To subscribe, to pay: perchance to have access to updates and support; aye, there's the rub: for in that subscription of payments, what updates may come, when we have succumbed to Apple's newest architecture, must give us pause. There's the respect that makes calamity of so long life; for who would bear the whips and scorns of monthly payments, the software bugs and compatibility issues, the pangs of despised updates, the support's delay, the insolence of customer service and the spurns that patient merit of the unworthy takes, when he himself might his quietus make with a bare one-time purchase? Who would subscriptions bear, to grunt and sweat under the music producer's life, but that the dread of something after purchase, the undiscovered country from whose bourn no customer returns, puzzles the will and makes us rather bear those ills we have than fly to others that we know not of?
  4. I still can't get over how they retired Thermionik and gave us... AmpCraft... 1992.
  5. How did you lose your previous channel? Hacked? Three copyright strikes? Gambled it in Las Vegas?
  6. they want to be JC Penney, as opposed to Walmart
  7. What Zo said. NI does not do these sales on behalf of uhe and other vendors because NI is a charity, they do because it drives traffic to their website. So of course there's an agreement to prevent uhe from undercutting NI. The big dog helps the smaller dog, the big dog gets the traffic. Win win. I swear to God, guys, sometimes you talk like you don't have an MBA from the Wharton School of business.
  8. Don't drink too old, macho man Happy birthday, Larry the first, king of Dee-ah-lia
  9. I'd buy it for $9.99, no questions asked
  10. This thing was $2k when released, next year $700 will be the retail price and $499 on BF
  11. "uhh, I want—" "This item is no longer available."
  12. wow, these are beautiful... I wonder how heavy they are
  13. The GROUP code gives you an almost 10 buck discount
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