To start with, my boss had his moments. Sometimes he was a dick who would push off me on my raises or screw with my system, sometimes he would hook me up and make my life pleasant. This was not one of the latter.
So, I had plans for vacation, but my boss decided I had to take my vacation time in June instead of August because HE wanted to take his vacation in August and no other time would work. I lost some money as a result, but thats my fault for planning ahead I guess.
Well. Ill start by saying...my position was vital, and being gone for 2 weeks, with nobody able to access my terminal, was not ideal for the business.
After forcing me to take my vacation early, and losing a chunk of my deposits, He told me to change my passwords before I go for security reasons. Welp. That is exactly what I did. I didn't leave notes(its a security system. I dont leave passwords laying around.) I didn't leave anything for his part timers to work with. I did PRECISELY as he demanded. And when I go on vacation, my work phone does not ever get turned on. I straight up left it at home. (I told him on the way out the day before, that if he has questions, ask em now. He said " I know what I'm doing".)
Apparently, while I was gone 2 weeks, his part time techs ruined the server system, destroyed my work terminal, managed to screw up and lose several clients, got my account hardlocked(was easy to fix.) And all around, cost my boss about 100k in damages/profits lost. Most of these part timer techs were fired for the amount of property damages they did. For the life of me, I can't figure out how they ruined so much tech while I wasn't around.
I still don't know how he runs a business. But he stopped giving stupid requests like that.
Quick edit: he also, had another master admin account i set up for him. But he lost the information I made for him, on a handy little laminated wallet card. So.....
Edit 2, electric boogaloo: yes the boss still left for his vacation. He did not admit he made a mistake, and things were not fully repaired or fixed when he went on vacation. Also, I booked my vacation with him, and and made my reservations in December. He knew for months.
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This is from The Complete Case for $100K Bitcoin. wherein this quotation is referenced (towards the end).
There's validity pointing out that the statement is not 100% perfectly accurate in technical terms. Though, I do also think that people may be apt to missing the overarching theme of the tweet.
There's rhetoric to consider here. "Rhetorical nuance" if you will. It's like a football aficionado saying, "Football is not a game. It has nothing to do with a ball. It's a way of life and freedom for the spirit." Of course that's not 100% perfectly accurate in technical terms, but it gives an idea as to what it can stand for and mean to some people, while also holding some more universal, philosophical truths.
I really like this thinking and sort of statement. Obviously, CEO of Microstrategy, Mr. Saylor, sees a future wherein blockchain technology / distributed ledger technology is something like ubiquitous and authoritative. I, too, share that vision - as I'm sure many reading now do, too. Along with that, though, is a thinking outside of traditional and restrictive ideation. It's "untraditional" in so many words. Just because you've/we've/they've done something like that for a thousand years doesn't mean you can't or shouldn't do something like this now.
Edit: I'm surprised no one has noticed yet, but the quote in the title of the post is not in the article (c'mon people, you need to be a little more vigilant; your life may depend on it god dammit) ... ... ... it was. I remember reading it and is the reason I initially posted it a couple of months back and wanted to post it again, because it really gives a good perspective and idea of what's possible with DLT. Nevertheless, I'm now searching for it and not finding it anywhere. I haven't done a search of all his tweets, so imagine it is there somewhere, but maybe someone reading this now can link it for everyone if they find it.
Edit2: Here's something close from Kraken.
What’s up everyone! Recently there has been a lot of discussion, debate and sadly fear about what is going on with Genshin’s security. There have even been times where I have asked myself the question “just what the hell is actually going on?!” So I’ve dedicated dozens of hours in the past couple weeks to compile information that will hopefully dispel a lot of this fog and ease your account security worries.
I want to give full acknowledgements to u/cookingboy. He has been invaluable throughout this process helping me understand many aspects of cyber security and helping me work through each point. Without his immense help and dedication, I don’t think this would have been nearly as extensive and informative as it is.
The following information is not comprehensive but does hit on a lot of topics that are especially relevant in the community. If you have any questions we will do our best to answer them in the comments. My intention is to ease the anxiety around your account’s safety. If necessary I will add new pressing information to this post if it presents itself.
For legal, personal, transparency, and all sorts of other reasons, I want to be very clear:
I do not speak for Mihoyo in any way, shape or form. This is not in association with Mihoyo nor do I have any connection to them either personally or professionally. What I talk about in this post is not meant to be definitive. I have taken the time to do this purely out my own personal passion and desire for clarity and truth. I have no intention of picking a side, supporting the community or Mihoyo, or any form of ‘team playing’. My goal here is to gather facts to the best of my ability, for the sake of helping others.
> #My account isn’t safe without 2FA at login, that’s why accounts are being hacked so much!
As far as we can tell, your account is not at risk if you adhere to using a strong and unique password. If you've done so then you should be reasonably confident in the safety of your account. Linking a phone number and email to your account will further enhance security. The important takeaway is that you should not fear for your accounts safety. Your account can be secure with a strong and unique password, even in the absence of 2FA implementation at login.
This does not mean we should stop asking for this option through feedback! We should do so in a reasonable and civil way
> #What’s all this big deal about two-factor authentication?
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