You want to learn about computers huh, you've already passed the first lesson "Turning Me On" You defragment my life Girl, are you Wi-Fi? Would you like to enjoy my laptop, I promise I don't have any viruses... Hey (say their name), I know this is not a chat room but my lips want to chat with yours. Are you an Instagram picture because I want to double tap that. You make me want to calibrate my joystick without the latest drivers Roses are red, violets are blue, what will it take to Snapchat your boobs. You can put a Trojan on my Hard Drive anytime Baby you must be Google Glasses, because you augment my reality Can I stick my USB drive in your USB port?I seem to be missing something here and would appreciate it if someone would be able to point me in the correct direction to get this working.An anonymous reader writes: Eric Springer describes his recent troubles with Amazon to highlight one of the biggest weak points in information security: customer service.Cause I can put you on there if you come back to my place. it seems you know how to turn my software to hardware. Don't worry honey, they call it my dual-channel RAM.If I was an operating system, your process would have top priority.If you already have a "@mygrande.net" or a "@grandecom.net" email address you already have a Grande Username.Your username is the first part of your Grande email address.
In this case, a bad actor was able to use Amazon's online chat support and a fake address to get the rep to tell him Springer's real address and phone number.I am in the process of closing my Amazon account, and migrating as much to Google services which seem significantly more robust at stopping these attacks." Springer's advice for fixing this: " The only exception to this would be if the user forgot the password, and there should be a very strict policy." He also says email services should make aliases easier, and whois protection should be default.Season’s greetings to all security conscious website owners!That time, he had Amazon put a note on his account not to give out his details.But that didn't help; the attacker contacted Amazon's phone support line instead, and gathered yet more information.