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This is exactly why I described it as a "possible" cyber attack. Could just be a bad patch push.
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It sounds like the username shared was "ngarcia", not his own. So he was sharing an account that he created and remembered the password to, not one that was technically his own. If he did it at all, that is.
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The site doesn't have ads. It's got two amazon affiliate links on the About page (for the movie Hackers and a search of William Gibson's books), but that's it.
I'm just trying to do something good.
Yep, that's what I thought. Epic no-win scenario.
Maybe there's a way to Kobayashi Maru it.
Many of the available PCI-type scanning tools seem to recommend it, so this is wonderful. Certainly sounds riskier than the recent BEAST vulnerability.
I'm sure this will lead to a few new entries on my gibsonindex.org cyber attack severity ranking project, as people find ways to apply this attack vector.
Anyone know what Cipher Suite configuration is the "safest" now?
Gotta love quantum news posts: meaningless and meaningful at the same time, like a newspaper written by Schroedinger's Cat.
that is outrageous! this would never happen in a civilized country
Only those of us living inside Taco's head.
The guy who sneaks into your bookstore with a portable scanner and makes a copy of a book and leaves without buying anything isn't a "customer."
No, that's what we call "a potential customer".
Mr. Smarty Pants (aka The Fin) disagrees, chum.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq483GRQWnk&feature=related (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM_r6XCRfXE&feature=related (part 2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqPq_pnMrfw&feature=related (part 3)
"If you throw enough Linguini at the wall eventually something will stick."
Unfortunately, it'll still be garbage.
If you have the talent, you should write a filter to generate an inverse waveform that subtracts the allegedly infringing music but leaves everything else intact.