"Exact binaries" is not the point of having the source code.
Uh, you must not have worked in a shop that does continuous integration automated builds? Do you really think QA should be handed binaries that you compile and have them trust them?
The problem is that GCC will always give you a different binary every time you compile from the same source. This makes it impossible that the binary you received comes from the source you claim to have used. You can get around this by never receiving binaries from anywhere but the automated build machine but it would still be useful to be able to test that a build that you received was built from the code you expect.
There were several reasons why Apple moved away from the GCC tool chain to LLVM and Clang but one of the abilities of the LLVM stack is that you can actually get identical binaries from the same source compiled on different machines at different times.
You confused my post and gotten it EXACTLY BACKWARDS. But thanks for playing....
The point that I was making is that source code does not always build "exact binaries". Now if someone is giving you both a binary and the source code and claiming that the source produced the binary, there is really no way to prove that one way or another. But at least you know that you can build a binary from the source code and know what is in THAT binary.
I once trained an Australian Shepherd to fetch beer from the refrigerator. But I wouldn't recommend it as a business model.
Here's one for your business model: https://www.willowgarage.com/blog/2010/07/06/beer-me-robot
I guess that depends on how you define it. On interlaced broadcast (like all old TV), you get a half-frame every 50 seconds, where half-frame means either the even or the odd lines, alternating.
No wonder it looks so crappy!
Why bother finding a dog?
Ok, Tommy Boy
I would agree that 3/4 of AV success is avoiding "dodgy" sites. However, I have never had any problems with malware on any porn site. The sites I have had problems with malware on were like pics of celebrities on Google Images, and you get a redirect to a malware driveby site, or, you lick on an ad that promises things free that should not be
Well for crying out loud, stop licking on those ads. That'll get you every time.
The same way we did before GPS, by actually knowing where we were going. I'm nearly 40 years old and never once used GPS to go anywhere and I've never been lost. I've looked at a map a time or two before I went somewhere, but never GPS. I've driven all over the country too and in some very large cities and some very backwoods locations. Never understood why people really needed GPS, seems like a fancy waste of tech to me.
And I'll bet that you get there with a horse and buggy. Good job.
Had a difficult time getting the upgrade to run. Got the informative error message "Windows 8 installation has failed". That helped tremendously. Then, finally got it installed and thought that running "Windows Update" might me a good idea (I was wrong on that one). I installed a few updates and needed to reboot (no surprise there). During this reboot it said somethings like "upgrade failed, restoring old OS". Back to Windows 7. Whoopee!
It's like cutting off the bottom of a blanket and sewing it to the top because the blanket is too short.
This means that it was running that crappy PAE kernel.
Far better to test on a 64 bit OS instead.
2) No, Gartner is just comparing the number of apples with the number of oranges.