- Ah, Oracle Cloud.
More interested in having me buy now, sign up or talk to sales than allow me to report a phishing site.
Its bad when a "Oracle Cloud report abuse" search turns up Google, Microsoft and Zoho's abuse forms, but nothing for Oracle.
Just give me an email address!
- May have just lost my ERP install due to an undocumented change in the updater.Awesome.
- Microsoft are taking the piss now.Every reported email has been flagged as malware, plus the same email from a different address.They've added forwarded emails to the admin notifying them of the original phishing email and emails from me discussing whats going on.I give up.
- There is literally no point reporting phishing emails to Microsoft, they just ignore it.These are all the same emails sent to different users, all reported within a few minutes of being received, and with the scamming email address blocked.Useless.
- Can hosting companies make it obvious where you're meant to report abuse/phishing/malware sites they're hosting please?
My enthusiasm for reporting crap on your services runs out pretty quick if it isn't on your contact page or in your docs.
- This was me trying to search for some scam emails that evaded detection, so I could narrow down why they'd slipped past.Just to kick me whilst I was down, MS quarantined the emails I was sending to the client using the same rule that should have filtered the scam emails in the first instance.I give up.
- This is why my blood pressure spikes whenever I use Microsoft products - hidden errors that I can't fix in "clever" UIs that slow down my work day.
Even trying to report the problem results in another hidden error.
Give me a misbehaving Linux box any day.
- What people panic buying now learnt from the last shortages caused by panic buying was "I need to panic buy before everyone else", not "I don't need to panic buy"Devon and Cornwall Police urge people not to panic buy fuel
- Yes, that is a phishing page sent to a client.
Yes, it is a subdomain of `windows.net`.
Yes, it is owned by Microsoft.
No, it isn't new https://www.zscaler.com/blogs/security-research/abusing-microsofts-azure-domains-host-phishing-attac...
No, there isn't a clear way of reporting this.
No, they won't spare a few million to attempt to fix this.
- Whilst Github Copilot sounds cool, I can't see it being used commercially.
It sends your code to Github first, then how do you evidence where the suggested code comes from?
I can't imagine a company opening themselves up to liabilities of wrt confidentiality or code providence.
- Now Firefox 89 has landed in Fedora and I've seen the new UI "in the flesh", I don't hate it.I don't like it either, but with userChrome and https://github.com/MrOtherGuy/firefox-csshacks I can put it back to how I like it.I'm dreading the day Mozilla removes userChrome though, and I'd be very tempted to start looking for an alternate browser at that point.I cannot fathom why Mozilla won't leave, and promote, userChrome for the tinkerers and power users.It could just sit there behind a "This may break stuff, only enable if you're OK with this" preference and they'd placate the users who want to customise Firefox and keep users who just want a working browser away from unwanted side effects.But I can't see that happening, and the reasons Firefox became popular in the first place (new features, customisability and a expanding group of evangelising users) don't exist any more.