I woke up at around 10 AM and checked onto the UK cyber threat sharing platform where i had been following the spread of the Emotet banking malware, something which seemed incredibly significant until today.
There were a few of your usual posts about various organisations being hit with ransomware, but nothing significant…yet.
He’s now using his middle name instead of his first name, but without a doubt is my co-worker.
This money is usually not paid in advance but handed over to the girl you’ve engaged in a bit of hanky panky in the privacy of your room or when she leaves the next morning.
(Depending on your nationality, however, or if the bar management feels that you might not have fully understood the financial details of the deal, in some venues you might be asked to also pay for the lady’s extra services in advance.) The going rates – always negotiable with “your” lady and depending on high/low season, location of the bar, and the individual expectations of your chosen one – are roughly as follows:“Long time” and “short time” rates are always negotiable, especially during the low season or when you’re staying with the same lady for a couple of days or weeks.
We are My City Deal Limited (trading as Groupon UK) and we are the operator of this Site, and provider of a range of services related to the Site.
I ended up going out to lunch with a friend, meanwhile the Wanna Crypt ransomware campaign had entered full swing.
When I returned home at about , the threat sharing platform was flooded with posts about various NHS systems all across the country being hit, which was what tipped me of to the fact this was something big.
We are a company registered in England with our registered office at Seal House, 1 Swan Lane, London, EC4R 3TN.
Our company number is 07112363 and our VAT number is GB 989 026 181.
(All that was done was a credit check and The Work Number reports.) Is this any of my business or should I just let it go?
I believe it’s definitely something that management should know, but I would also never want to begrudge someone the chance to make a living.