It should be pointed out that only users of Facebook and 'Adobe Flash` running on Microsoft are suseptable to this vulnerability.
If these users don't already by default black plug-ins from running, but then again I would think those are the users that do not click random links
$160? You got ripped off.
only if he was talking about 4x4GB dimms!
but what about all of us that do not have consistent time to spend on a course even though we would love to follow it. even if that means not receiving the note from the teacher to say you passed this course in such and so way... still being allowed to take the exams for your own interest, I know for a fact that I don't have 8 hours a week for homework, but could sqeez out 3 maybe 4 if I push it (and of course there will be the occasional week-end 8 hour marathon run), these courses could as a next step be provided as open lectures without time limitation?
I in many searches can find what I need from google's brief content summary, like e.g. phone numbers, exchange rates, in rare cases calculator results, etc...
Which would make this research completely useless, if you find what you need on the search page, why click to go into the website...
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maybe leave some of the anti microsoft speak out of it but you get the pickture
it was AGAIN penetrated with an allegedly similar attack.
This is not true, The secondary attack was just resetting passwords from users that did not reset their password yet, made possible by the data stolen (email & date of birth) from PSN hack earlier. I saw this comming the second I read sony would force every user to change their password on first logon.