June and I went out, each in an individual glove (typically mine was missing the finger tips). We clapped our hands together at the train station and watched the train arrive like a dancer taking a bow before her routine had finished. On arrival at the moon palace we ate pyjamas and underwear before watching an underwater eclipse. A man older than me pulled himself out of the swamp with his prehensile moustache, prompting me to write a joke on an undertaker’s lapel thinking he would probably never read it. I watched June walk a mobile phone round the block while I held onto an empty bag in case its contents escaped and then spoke to a much younger woman - a disapproving vicar searching for his church descended by parachute: both he and it were torn at the edges.
Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office customers have had their internet access cut by an attack targeting certain types of internet routers.It involves the use of a modified form of the Mirai worm – a type of malware that is spread via hijacked computers, which causes damage to equipment powered by Linux-based operating systems.
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Well well well, if it ain’t TalkTalk on the news again, this time its to do with their routers. A cyber attack has effected 100,000 customers and if you are one on them be sure to stay calm and watch the telly. Kidding reboot your routers, I am sure your providers are doing something to get it back up on action but do demand questions, let us know how your getting on with the customer service of them.
Well the Mirai botnet is a popular figure…
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