How many years was Heartbleed around before anyone noticed? Apparently "many eyes" were not reading that bit of code.
I'm actually kind of happy what happened at the Bundy ranch. It shows you can still push back against the government.
That point is brought up every time EA fucks its customers over. I don't see them hurting for business.
Windows 8 and these screenshots look really ugly. Why the switch to every shape being super sharp and using a 4 bit color palette? Looks like something I could draw up in paint in a few minutes. At least Apple's designs are aesthetically pleasing. This just hurts your eyes.
Reddit was crowd sourcing surveillance and amateur photos taken from the bombing scene. They latched onto one person and started a witch hunt. Turns out the guy had nothing to do with it but now he had a million internet neckbeards and other crazies calling for his head.
Negative feedback was known about at the time.
SSL is broken anyhow. The feds have all the top level keys and can listen with impunity.
Still no clue as to what WhatsApp actually does...
Just looked on Ebay and you can get PCI FDDI cards for less than $20. How much time is spent maintaining this 20 year old code? Total economics fail.
When the daily news story is about the police finding a duffel bag of severed heads or corpses hanging from a bridge you might have bigger problems than unlicensed communications equipment.
Its bad enough they already changed the definition of literally because nobody used it correctly.
First I started with Palemoon because the interface wasn't that abortion they call Australis. But Palemoon seemed to be getting slower so I gave Chrome a try and liked it. Not without a few essential addons like Adblock, Flashblock, and a home button. We're at a crossroads right now like when Netscape 4 came out and IE really improved.
Yeah "speaking to" them. Let me know when people do jail time for fraud or blackmail.
OpenSSL had crippling bugs for years until heartbleed. Tens of thousands of people spoke of the virtue of open source and "many eyes" but apparently the author was the only one reading the source.
What are you doing that requires 32gb of ram? Building Android?