What?!? why would that be helpful? The message still would go unencrypted from the TOR exit node to Samsung (or it's partners). Way too many people think that TOR = Secure.
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Disregard speoling and grammar errors. Mobile version doesn't have an edit button and I see auto complete fucked me up
Roll your own?
Seriously. You don't sound like you want a cents with the web server packages (very good option in my opinion). You sound like you want your setup to be concrete and to meet your own specifications.
The only way to get a distribution with your own specifications is to commission or roll your own.
Another good option (what I do for my glassfish domain) is to setup cantos on a virtual machine with the generic install and then export the VM so I can create arbitrary copies of my perfect centos distribution.
I have vbox running a few hobby servers using its headless mode. But I do this from familiarity and a need for a user friendly cross platform service.
That said it's not a business worthy endeavor as its headless functionality is solid but there are 0 management tools that work WELL with it (phpvirualbox is fine but there are few bugs that cause major issues).
Oracle does have some of its own tools but if you're willing to pay oracle costs you are willing to pay VMWare costs too.
The Qi chargers look great on TV except that they can't charge through the protective cases.
Shouldn't. They can and my girl friend frequently does with hers but you shouldn't as it reduces efficiency and causes the case to become "warm".
Really though I don't notice any difference between her charge and mine (I don't have case)
I have Linux. I use deja dupe
one month later (20 Tb)
I have Linux. I use deja dupe
Or when I pull up in my driveway and see that someone is already inside my home or garage, I should just let them finish stealing whatever they'd like and file a report. That's what insurance is for, right? Just let the thieves, crooks, and dopeheads have free reign because people like you want to call me a "wussy". Got news for ya, boss. Real life exists outside of your gated community and sleepy suburban burgs. Lots of us live in the real world, and real shit happens all day, every day.
Yep pretty much. Just because someone is robbing you doesn't mean there is a need to kill them. You just said you have insurance so you don't have any liability until you pull out that gun.
Sony doesn't care about their security. Their "Action Cam" comes with a disclaimer saying that the device isn't secure and if you connect it to a wireless network anyone has access to all of its functionality.
My mom is the head of her local employee union. I assure you the only ones getting paid enough to live in mansions are the lawyers and central committee members.
A better tagline:
Still better than reddit, so shut up and assimilate.
Eh, people tracking isn't "evil" but as far as I know the iPhone 6 sends out fake MAC addresses anyway so it'll fail unless you're connected.
I mean I'm an Oracle FMW developer working with several Oracle servers having serious uptime and SLAs but even then, hiccups happen. A good developer programs with the expectation that not everything will work smoothly and so long as not everything breaks at once I could have a DB fall off the face of the earth or a server get shot and we'd still chug along with minimal perceived downtime.
I'm not saying migrate to another facility but to another machine. If that's what you also meant would you be able to provide a source? That seems like a very very big oversite.
You are actually required to program your application to expect failed database calls.
Yes, of course you are. Only an idiot would expect 100% of db calls to be successful.