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  • Some guy 2011-11-04 10:50
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
  • blank 2011-11-04 10:53
    important updates to this comment can be found on the website.
    http://


    (Askimet gains another unfan)
  • Dani 2011-11-04 10:53
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension

    With two different messages from the sender
  • Dereleased-work 2011-11-04 10:53
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension
    Somebody's process went pop.
  • frits 2011-11-04 11:00
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
  • @Deprecated 2011-11-04 11:04
    Dani:
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension

    With two different messages from the sender


    And two slightly different images.
  • Wonk 2011-11-04 11:06
    Bah. The banks have to assess how much they can gouge you for, before they actually come out with the amount. Kind of like how used car salesmen always open with the question "How much are you willing to spend?", so they know what sort of commission they are shooting for. Don't any of you know how banks work these days?
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 11:08
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
  • airdrik 2011-11-04 11:09
    They just wanted to make sure that you have a copy that you can print out and tape to your monitor so that you don't forget your password.

    You could also argue that this is a security mechanism against someone trying to hijack your account and change your password without you knowing it, in which case there should be a link somewhere for reporting unauthorized password changes (which also allows you to set up a new password, which leads to yet another e-mail with your new extra-secure password for you to print out and tape to your monitor)
  • steenbergh 2011-11-04 11:11
    That patient portal is so secure that they can't disclose the location.
  • frits 2011-11-04 11:13
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM machine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
    The first mispelling was intentional. Too subtle?
  • airdrik 2011-11-04 11:13
    @Deprecated:
    Dani:
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension

    With two different messages from the sender


    And two slightly different images.

    Same notification sent to two (well, probably a lot more than two) different people, which two different people submitted it to tdwtf, and since Alex never checks for duplicate entries (another WTF altogether that has been reported many times) they both ended up on today's Error'd.
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 11:18
    frits:
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM machine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.
    Maybe its short for "an ass access fee".
    The first mispelling was intentional. Too subtle?
    No, I got that. I guess my response was too obvious?
  • dep 2011-11-04 11:18
    Nick Hartley:

    do I owe them nothing or not?


    Yes - as stated, you owe them $0.00. The good news is, you don't need to pay since the service is Free.
  • Omega 2011-11-04 11:25
    All the Lenovo drivers seem to work that way. The installer you thought you were running was just an overly fancy archive extractor that extracted the installer to a temp^H^H^H^Hpermanent location on the hard drive.
  • dep 2011-11-04 11:25
    [quote="Petr O"]
    I wonder what the interest for $0 USD is going to be
    [/quote]

    None - as stated, you owe them nothing. The bad news is, you need to have paid this in the year double-zero.
  • Ozz 2011-11-04 11:26
    Let me guess: The real WTF is Micro$oft Office. Amirite?
  • Justice 2011-11-04 11:29
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.
  • Nagesh 2011-11-04 11:37
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.


    I think he was trying to install MS Project over an Office installation. Project is not part of Office. And it is not unusual to have Access installation separate from office installations. Also, you should be able to install different versions of Office on the same machine. I have done this in the past.
  • toshir0 2011-11-04 11:47
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was *not* a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : *oh* Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 11:53
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was *not* a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : *oh* Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.
    U on drugs, bro?
  • Hat3r 2011-11-04 11:59
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?


    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm

    Return to your basement
  • frits 2011-11-04 12:01
    C-Octothorpe:
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was *not* a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : *oh* Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.
    U on drugs, bro?
    Who isn't?
  • boog 2011-11-04 12:02
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
  • frits 2011-11-04 12:03
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 12:05
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?
  • boog 2011-11-04 12:10
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    If so, then not a very good one. The programmer who designed it must be dumber than a bag of hammers.
  • JB 2011-11-04 12:21
    I'm shocked no one has commented on the Redbud sign.
  • boog 2011-11-04 12:26
    JB:
    I'm shocked no one has commented on the Redbud sign.
    You'll be more shocked to realize that someone already did, even if the comment was bizarre and telling.
  • F 2011-11-04 12:27
    Nagesh:
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.


    I think he was trying to install MS Project over an Office installation. Project is not part of Office. And it is not unusual to have Access installation separate from office installations. Also, you should be able to install different versions of Office on the same machine. I have done this in the past.


    Welcome to the future.
  • Ol Bob 2011-11-04 12:28
    C-Octothorpe:
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was *not* a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : *oh* Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.
    U on drugs, bro?


    Ty: You take drugs, Danny?
    Danny: Every day.
    Ty: Good. Then what's your problem?
    Danny: <shrugs> I dunno...

    :-)

    More pertinently, perhaps - it looks like the amount of the fee overflowed the field, so I'd guess the fee is over $100. Thank G(h)od the bank isn't gouging you for using their effing machine!
  • Gary 2011-11-04 12:30
    dep:
    Nick Hartley:

    do I owe them nothing or not?

    Yes - as stated, you owe them $0.00. The good news is, you don't need to pay since the service is Free.
    No you don't not owe them nothing. But dep has it backwards. They told you it was free, so you should have known you would be expected to pay $0.00. Don't blame others if you can't be bothered to read the fine print.
  • Fred 2011-11-04 12:32
    Look, it's a pink tree. No one's going to want that in their yard, except maybe that zune retard. But once you get one you can't remove it: they tell you right up front DO NOT REMOVE. So I'd avoid it if I were you.
  • Jeff 2011-11-04 12:36
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being emailed.
  • Automated Message Notification 2011-11-04 12:37
    This is an important message notification from the .

    THE CAKE IS A LIE!

    Please visit us online at http:// and click on Patient Portal to view the update.

    Please do not reply to this message. All replies must be made via our secure web portal.
  • boog 2011-11-04 12:38
    Fred:
    But once you get one you can't remove it: they tell you right up front DO NOT REMOVE.
    That's just for the test tree.

    I don't think I'd get a test tree anyway - I'd buy one from production.
  • boog 2011-11-04 12:40
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
  • Carl 2011-11-04 12:40
    The service suspension message says please contact us as soon as possible... by replying to noreply@fetch.io?
  • PedanticCurmudgeon 2011-11-04 12:40
    toshir0:
    Brian, get out of the way, you're making a disgraceful shadow on the ... screen *picture*... ?! wtf !

    So it was *not* a screen capture. Shouldn't we assume a "wooden-table" kind of poster ? here on TDWTF ?!

    This world is just falling into pieces.

    --- edit : *oh* Hum... ok it's not exactly a screen. BUT FUCKING MOVE YOUR ASS FROM HERE, ANYWAY !

    So, yes, I'm TRWTF of my own comment. What a thrill.
    Someone needs to get outside more often.
  • Jeff 2011-11-04 12:42
    boog:
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
    Are you suggesting teh evil hakkerz will use something else to snoop my password? Is there something else?
  • Todd 2011-11-04 12:44
    Just like no two fingerprints are the same, no two installations of Lenovo Fingerprint Software are ever the same. So you may want to install it as many times as it takes to get a working version.
  • Nagesh 2011-11-04 12:44
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?

    Sory ur primative brane canot be understanding our enginutiy.
  • Daniel 2011-11-04 12:49
    Well, Brendan, did you go online as you were instructed? And did you click on Patient Portal? Don't blame your inability to follow a simple procedure on others. Sounds to me like you do have a sleephealth problem after all.

    (You mean your computer doesn't automatically go to our portal when you click on the intertube thingie? Mine does. And I thought everybody's computer would work just like mine.)
  • foo 2011-11-04 13:09
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.

    Yeah, I wasn't aware that Ryanair operates ATMs.
  • foo 2011-11-04 13:10
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine. You'd think that was part of the standard service.

    It's an RAS ysndrome fee.
  • psuedonymous 2011-11-04 13:12
    Assess fee

    You keep using that word. I don't think it means what you think it means.
  • notromda 2011-11-04 13:44
    Looks like a redbud tree to me. We have lots of them around here. Very pretty in spring.
  • Bob 2011-11-04 13:44
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

    Yeah, what he's doing sounds like an unusual edge case. Besides, you'd only expect major software vendors to bother with things like making installers compatible with various different configurations of their own previous products.

    Oh wait...
  • Faithful Disciple of Zuninism 2011-11-04 14:01
    Hat3r:
    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm

    Return to your basement
    <BlindingHypocrisy>
    Must you go on fucking this dead whore?
    </BlindingHypocrisy>
    I'd like to see you turn into a real flamer, but you're just not putting in the time and effort. I'm getting really disappointed.
  • boog 2011-11-04 14:01
    Jeff:
    boog:
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
    Are you suggesting teh evil hakkerz will use something else to snoop my password? Is there something else?
    Despite what you may infer, I didn't suggest anything - my correction only asserted that Outlook was responsible for removing the extra line breaks.
  • Jeff 2011-11-04 14:09
    boog:
    Jeff:
    boog:
    Jeff:
    Look closely Adam Thompson -- the email message with the password says extra line breaks were removed. That's why my password is nothing but fourteen line breaks. It is a safety feature that prevents it from being viewed in Outlook.
    FTFY
    Are you suggesting teh evil hakkerz will use something else to snoop my password? Is there something else?
    Despite what you may infer, I didn't suggest anything - my correction only asserted that Outlook was responsible for removing the extra line breaks.
    So I should change my password? I've got it! 32 line breaks! Odds are pretty good the hac4er8 will miscount them and try 31 or 33 line breaks.
  • Nagesh 2011-11-04 14:34
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
  • Faithful Disciple of Zuninism 2011-11-04 14:41
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
    You're just going to end up eating him either way ;O
  • H@ter 2011-11-04 14:45
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?


    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.

    You must be thinking calling someone "bot" on IT site insults him, you goggleheaded gimp
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 14:49
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?

    you goggleheaded gimp
    Now them's fightin' wurds...
  • Judge Judy 2011-11-04 14:55
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?


    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.

    You must be thinking calling someone "bot" on IT site insults him, you goggleheaded gimp

    Hmmm. It's dificult to make any sense of that at all. Please try harder next time.

    ☆☆☆☆☆ Zero stars. No redeeming qualities whatsoever.
  • Faithful Disciple of Zuninism 2011-11-04 15:15
    H@ter:
    You must be thinking calling someone "bot" on IT site insults him, you goggleheaded gimp
    Goggles? Getting it in their eyes is half the fun.

    Cry my cum, bitch!
  • shadowman 2011-11-04 15:19
    notromda:
    Looks like a redbud tree to me. We have lots of them around here. Very pretty in spring.


    Oh, so you read the bottom line of the sign?
  • Nagesh 2011-11-04 15:32
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?


    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.

    You must be thinking calling someone "bot" on IT site insults him, you goggleheaded gimp


    Well, you are compleet fail!
  • dgvid 2011-11-04 15:37
    I had a test redbud in my yard at one time. I hated it. It would break into a debugger each spring before budding.
  • boog 2011-11-04 16:02
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
    Hey, you spelled most of that right, look at you go!
  • boog 2011-11-04 16:05
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?

    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.
    Defend himself? I didn't even notice he was under attack.
  • Matt Westwood 2011-11-04 16:08
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?


    No they're not. Most of our workforce are ace.
  • frits 2011-11-04 16:11
    boog:
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?

    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.
    Defend himself? I didn't even notice he was under attack.
    I wasn't. Can a human being fail the Turing Test?
  • BentFranklin 2011-11-04 16:14
    frits:
    Can a human being fail the Turing Test?


    What is it about fail the Turing Test that concerns you?

  • boog 2011-11-04 16:30
    frits:
    boog:
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?

    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.
    Defend himself? I didn't even notice he was under attack.
    I wasn't. Can a human being fail the Turing Test?
    Hmm. It does seem to support your bot theory.
  • D-Coder 2011-11-04 16:33
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
    Postings from nagesh.sh are like random sentences from Battlefield Earth, with extra typo.
  • C-Octothorpe 2011-11-04 16:45
    D-Coder:
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
    Postings from nagesh.sh are like random sentences from Battlefield Earth, with extra typo.
    They probably reused the same script for Hat3r.
  • boog 2011-11-04 17:17
    D-Coder:
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.
    Postings from nagesh.sh are like random sentences from Battlefield Earth, with extra typo.
    Worse yet: the movie, not the book.
  • Up Down 2011-11-04 17:18
    H@ter:
    frits:
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?


    Your moronic attempts to defend yourself looking SO fun.

    You must be thinking calling someone "bot" on IT site insults him, you goggleheaded gimp


    Nooooooo! I can't be a goggleheaded gimp! I prefer Paint.NET!
  • H1ter 2011-11-04 18:20
    BentFranklin:
    frits:
    Can a human being fail the Turing Test?


    What is it about fail the Turing Test that concerns you?


    Frits was anally raped while watching Bladerunner on TV.

    Seems he afraid of all kind of AI since then.


  • ]-[ate|3 2011-11-04 18:41
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.

    But we already know that, thanks to me.
  • Matt Westwood 2011-11-04 19:01
    ]-[ate|3:
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.

    But we already know that, thanks to me.


    Oh fuck off, shit-head.
  • the beholder 2011-11-04 19:09
    ]-[ate|3:
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.

    But we already know that, thanks to me.
    I was thinking about where this is going and I got to the conclusion that you'll keep spreading your vitriol about frits time and time again. Naturally you won't manage to drive frits away (you're not the first stalker troll he has to deal with).
    Even if it gets to that much, he'll just register a new account anyway and you'll never know. BUT you will manage to drive everyone else away instead.

    I have an alternative for you: if you really hate him that much just grab that Nogesh greasemonkey script, adapt it to ignore frits's posts and SHUT THE HELL UP. Forever, if possible.

    Thank you. And now back to our usual programming...
  • the beholder 2011-11-04 19:12
    the beholder:
    ]-[ate|3:
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.

    But we already know that, thanks to me.
    I was thinking about where this is going and I got to the conclusion that you'll keep spreading your vitriol about frits time and time again. Naturally you won't manage to drive frits away (you're not the first stalker troll he has to deal with).
    Even if it gets to that much, he'll just register a new account anyway and you'll never know. BUT you will manage to drive everyone else away instead.

    I have an alternative for you: if you really hate him that much just grab that Nogesh greasemonkey script, adapt it to ignore frits's posts and SHUT THE HELL UP. Forever, if possible.

    Thank you. And now back to our usual programming...
    I forgot to add... it's not only frits, but C-Octo and boog too. Whatever. My point still stands.
  • Vasya 2011-11-04 20:26
    Wait, what's wrong with the VISA one? Unless, of course, the black bars where in the original email.
  • H.ter 2011-11-04 21:53
    Matt Westwood:

    Oh fuck off, shit-head.


    Fuck yeah! Just another namefag who open his shitty mouth.
    Go change your diapers. I like hurting you.
  • Ha+er 2011-11-04 22:05
    the beholder:
    you will manage to drive everyone else away


    Hell, that's God wants me to do this!

    Don't pretend like this site is friendly place to chat.

    Forget it. Forever.
  • Matt Westwood 2011-11-05 04:29
    H.ter:
    Matt Westwood:

    Oh fuck off, shit-head.


    Fuck yeah! Just another namefag who open his shitty mouth.
    Go change your diapers. I like hurting you.


    Hurt? When I find out who you are, I'm going to kill you. You won't be the first.
  • Ha+er 2011-11-05 08:18
    Matt Westwood:

    Hurt? When I find out who you are, I'm going to kill you. You won't be the first.


    Whoa so scary! Let me guess - you don't have money for ticket, motherfucker.

    You namefags so silly... Yet you returning here to read my insults.
    But I can understand, you enjoying being hurt, because you suck at life even more
  • Pim 2011-11-05 08:44
    Anyway, back to the topic...

    C-Octothorpe:
    is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?


    Pfff, if you were as underpaid as that, would you deliver any better? No, this is just a matter of you get what you pay for.

    Oh wait... that wasn't the topic. Never mind then.
  • Anonymous 2011-11-05 15:31
    Some douchebag using a name:
    namefag
    What does this mean? It sounds foreign. Is it German?
  • Bitmuncher 2011-11-05 17:13
    Of course, the *real WTF* is how Microsoft handled the 32 bit to 64 bit transition in its Windows operating systems.

    Apple at least made it transparant.
  • Coyne 2011-11-05 18:02
    Some guy:
    The real WTF: two copies of the same $0 account suspension


    What? You don't think that WTF² deserves double credit?
  • K 2011-11-05 19:11
    frits:
    TRWTF is charging an asses fee on an ATM amchine.
    I think there are a few typos in your comment. I buttume what you meant to say is
    TRWTF is charging a buttes fee on an automated ATM machine.
  • balazs 2011-11-05 20:01
    The word you all are looking for is "a$$e$$ed"
  • Kohlrak 2011-11-05 21:19
    And 2 different names.
  • fucku 2011-11-05 23:58
    GAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY STOP BEING SO GAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
  • _ 2011-11-06 07:14
    fucku:
    GAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY STOP BEING SO GAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
    Very clever and oh so insightful.

    I noticed you posted at midnight on a Saturday. Not much going on in your life, I'm guessing?
  • _ 2011-11-06 07:16
    Pim:
    Anyway, back to the topic...

    C-Octothorpe:
    is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?


    Pfff, if you were as underpaid as that, would you deliver any better? No, this is just a matter of you get what you pay for.

    Oh wait... that wasn't the topic. Never mind then.
    It's called troll-bait. He was trying to get a reaction from that fucking loser Hater...
  • Hatr 2011-11-06 08:42
    _:
    Pim:
    Anyway, back to the topic...

    C-Octothorpe:
    is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?


    Pfff, if you were as underpaid as that, would you deliver any better? No, this is just a matter of you get what you pay for.

    Oh wait... that wasn't the topic. Never mind then.
    It's called troll-bait. He was trying to get a reaction from that fucking loser Hater...


    Err what kind of reaction?

    Indian coders indeed sucks, who will argue that
  • ]-[ate|3 2011-11-06 15:43
    the beholder:
    ]-[ate|3:
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.

    But we already know that, thanks to me.
    I was thinking about where this is going and I got to the conclusion that you'll keep spreading your vitriol about frits time and time again. Naturally you won't manage to drive frits away (you're not the first stalker troll he has to deal with).
    Even if it gets to that much, he'll just register a new account anyway and you'll never know. BUT you will manage to drive everyone else away instead.

    I have an alternative for you: if you really hate him that much just grab that Nogesh greasemonkey script, adapt it to ignore frits's posts and SHUT THE HELL UP. Forever, if possible.

    Thank you. And now back to our usual programming...


    Durrr, I am not smart enough to do that. Do it for me or I'll tell my mommy!
  • Yoobie 2011-11-06 15:49
    Well I guess when we read through the comments we can assume Nick Hartley and Petr O. are the same poster...

    Now just gotta work out how many of the other posters here are Nagesh...
  • fer 2011-11-06 15:57
    Nagesh:
    C-Octothorpe:
    frits:
    boog:
    Hat3r:
    C-Octothorpe:
    U on drugs, bro?

    I didn't allowed you to talk, worm
    Maybe he figured since you were so bad at talking, he could do it for you.
    Is it me, or is "Hat3r" sounding more and more like a bot?
    Kind of sounds like Nagesh, but without pulling the race card.

    On a completely unrelated topic: is it just me or are ALL Indian developers shite?

    Sory ur primative brane canot be understanding our enginutiy.
    Indianity: Ingenuity common to the average Indian developer.
  • WTF Supreme 2011-11-06 16:20
    Not that I ever was a fan of Boogie, C#, Mat Westforest or Fritz (hell, any of the registered users to be honest), but I have to say this site is rapidly deteriorating as they continually get sucked into new flamewars with trolls who aren't even remotely on topic...

    Hell, Nagesh is starting to sound intelligent by comparison...
  • H-ater 2011-11-06 18:35
    As people (including you) wanna discuss, that is topic.
  • bloo 2011-11-06 18:43
    H-ater:
    As people (including you) wanna discuss, that is topic.
    Sorry Nagesh, That does not appear to be a complete sentence. Please try again.

    If you meant what I think you did (ie responding to the poster above you and suggesting that flamewars are not off topic), then you're wrong.
    Granted people talking about things makeit a topic, but it doesn't in any way make the comments relevant to any article, and is therefore off topic.

    But I guess I could just be a black kettle....
  • H-ater 2011-11-06 19:03
    What a moron, talking to Nagesh but quoted me instead
  • Jimmy 2011-11-06 19:21
    H-ater:
    What a moron, talking to Nagesh but quoted me instead
    yeah....I wonder why that could be....
  • Scarlet Manuka 2011-11-07 01:50
    Vasya:
    Wait, what's wrong with the VISA one? Unless, of course, the black bars where in the original email.

    That would have made it better (FSVO better). The problem is that the password was sent in the clear in email.
  • dr memals 2011-11-07 08:18
    password redaction uses fixed width font, so we can make a guess at how many characters it is and greatly reduce the key space.

    captcha:commoveo
  • Nagesh 2011-11-07 08:20
    Scarlet Manuka:
    Vasya:
    Wait, what's wrong with the VISA one? Unless, of course, the black bars where in the original email.

    That would have made it better (FSVO better). The problem is that the password was sent in the clear in email.

    Sending paswerd is standerd practise in Hyderabad. How else is usar to get paswerd?
  • PedanticCurmudgeon 2011-11-07 08:54
    WTF Supreme:
    Not that I ever was a fan of Boogie, C#, Mat Westforest or Fritz (hell, any of the registered users to be honest), but I have to say this site is rapidly deteriorating as they continually get sucked into new flamewars with trolls who aren't even remotely on topic...

    Hell, Nagesh is starting to sound intelligent by comparison...
    We've had off-topic flamewars started by trolls here for as long as I can remember. The problem is that today's trolls lack sophistication and creativity.
  • The Hated 2011-11-07 09:08
    PedanticCurmudgeon:
    WTF Supreme:
    Not that I ever was a fan of Boogie, C#, Mat Westforest or Fritz (hell, any of the registered users to be honest), but I have to say this site is rapidly deteriorating as they continually get sucked into new flamewars with trolls who aren't even remotely on topic...

    Hell, Nagesh is starting to sound intelligent by comparison...
    We've had off-topic flamewars started by trolls here for as long as I can remember. The problem is that today's trolls lack sophistication and creativity.
    The comments threads would be dull, short and uninteresting if we stayed strictly on topic (especially for Representative Line and CodeSOD).

    As far as I'm concerned, this particular new troll is a self-aggrandizing attention-seeking whore who is going after the easy targets in a very graceless manner.
  • boog 2011-11-07 10:38
    WTF Supreme:
    Not that I ever was a fan of Boogie...
    You mean people post comments here for the fans?

    WTF Supreme:
    ...but I have to say...they continually get sucked into new flamewars with trolls who aren't even remotely on topic...
    Indeed, for extremely-flexible definitions of "sucked into", "new", and "flamewars".
  • iToad 2011-11-07 11:21
    In todays day and age, if the fee displays as $$.$$, it's probably $99.99.
  • boog 2011-11-07 11:26
    ]-[ate|3:
    boog:
    I didn't even notice bla bla bla.


    That means you're stupid and inattentive. Nothing more.
    So when you say "nothing more", are you saying that it means nothing more than I'm stupid and attentive? Or that I'm nothing more than stupid and inattentive?

    Just trying to figure out how to gauge the insult here.
  • PedanticCurmudgeon 2011-11-07 13:49
    The Hated:
    PedanticCurmudgeon:
    WTF Supreme:
    Not that I ever was a fan of Boogie, C#, Mat Westforest or Fritz (hell, any of the registered users to be honest), but I have to say this site is rapidly deteriorating as they continually get sucked into new flamewars with trolls who aren't even remotely on topic...

    Hell, Nagesh is starting to sound intelligent by comparison...
    We've had off-topic flamewars started by trolls here for as long as I can remember. The problem is that today's trolls lack sophistication and creativity.
    The comments threads would be dull, short and uninteresting if we stayed strictly on topic (especially for Representative Line and CodeSOD).

    As far as I'm concerned, this particular new troll is a self-aggrandizing attention-seeking whore who is going after the easy targets in a very graceless manner.
    For what it's worth, the new thread seems to have much better trolls.
  • Nagesh 2011-11-07 14:11
    Nagesh(FAKE):
    Scarlet Manuka:
    Vasya:
    Wait, what's wrong with the VISA one? Unless, of course, the black bars where in the original email.

    That would have made it better (FSVO better). The problem is that the password was sent in the clear in email.

    Sending paswerd is standerd practise in Hyderabad. How else is usar to get paswerd?


    DON'T MAKE ME HATE YOU, HATER.
  • boog 2011-11-07 14:22
    Scarlet Manuka:
    Vasya:
    Wait, what's wrong with the VISA one? Unless, of course, the black bars where in the original email.

    That would have made it better (FSVO better). The problem is that the password was sent in the clear in email.
    Even better: the email was a password-change notification.

    *receives email with plain-text password*
    "Damn, they sent me an email with my password in plaintext. Guess I better change it."
    *receives email with new plain-text password*
    "Goddammit."
  • C 2011-11-08 04:28
    Bob:
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

    Yeah, what he's doing sounds like an unusual edge case. Besides, you'd only expect major software vendors to bother with things like making installers compatible with various different configurations of their own previous products.

    Oh wait...
    Also, you'd expect *ANY* software vendor would bother to actually include the name of the POS being installed (Project 2011, in this case, wasn't it?) in the actual message... instead of the copy-pasted "Office 2010". Oh well...
  • AdT 2011-11-10 02:15
    Nagesh:
    argument with boog is like wrastling with a pig.


    You seem to have some experience. Pray tell.
  • Nagoosh 2011-12-01 22:01
    C:
    Bob:
    Justice:
    I'm missing something on the Office one. It looks like he has 32-bit Access installed, but 64-bit versions of other Office apps, and was trying to install one big Office suite over everything without uninstalling the others first. Doesn't seem like a WTF.

    Yeah, what he's doing sounds like an unusual edge case. Besides, you'd only expect major software vendors to bother with things like making installers compatible with various different configurations of their own previous products.

    Oh wait...
    Also, you'd expect *ANY* software vendor would bother to actually include the name of the POS being installed (Project 2011, in this case, wasn't it?) in the actual message... instead of the copy-pasted "Office 2010". Oh well...


    Reading comprehension - try it. Looking at the errors, it's clear that the user installed Project 2010 (which is part of Office BTW) 64bit and Access 32bit, likely from single product installers. He's now trying to install the Office Suite, which doesn't like having part 32bit and part 64bit apparently.
  • John 2013-04-06 01:06
    For those of you that say for e-mail from credit card company thing to be password stored in db as plain text, it isn't. I've worked for them for long 4 years and I can assure you that it is sent directly from submission form. Then password is hashed via SHA256 and stored in db.

    So it is basically it (at the time I've worked for them, I got better offer two years ago, they used PHP. Maybe they changed it, maybe not):

    mail("Your recently changed your password. The password is: " . $password); //I know it don't work, this is just to convey idea how it is working;
    
    $passwordhash = hashSHA256($password . $salt) //salt is generated per-user
    updateUser($username,$passwordhash, $userid)