You are confusing grid frequency with local transients. Those are not the same.
It's a new Webster word. A portmanteau of line-of-sight and on-site.
Last one out please turn of the lights.
Not seeing anything about WPA.
You can pull those truly out of thin air and since they are rehashed 4000 times brute forcing those is slow even on most modern hardware. Generally in the range of a 1000 to 5000 keys per second.
More than a thousand years for a 8 character password. And you can't even use a shorter password on WPA.
GPUs do change the picture a bit.
Oh yes, a original power over ethernet cable.
The fact that this comment has been modded insightful and not funny is a very real proof that the Slashdot readership is far removed from the hot grits days.
You forgot the essential cable...
No toolbox is complete without the etherkiller.
I believe we should "think different".
To me, the whole metro start is just a glorified screensaver. And I intend to use it like that..
after that I'm lost..
I thought something like this already existed. And it worked pretty well at the time.
Well, he is just a kid. Probably had some imaging tools on the local server and couldn't be bothered to get the disk out. A beginner's mistake!
But you didn't look closely enough. Those were open racks with motherboards on them. The red lights provide a nice movie style heartbeat status display.
Which means most electronic devices of today. Including the iPhone.
Oh shit, the infinite improbability drive is on the fritz again.
Windows for Windex!
New and Improved!
It is intentional. We are entering the age of consumer driven technology development. Even Microsoft is betting on the BYOD bandwagon.
The problem is, and it's going to take considerable time taking the wrong road to understand, consumers do not know what is right or wrong for the task at hand. We are abandoning working tool sets for barely usable tech, and every new gadget manufacturer assumes that the influx of new users of that device is going to overshadow legacy users. Steven Jobs had a knack for doing that right, but Microsoft large advantage was always its legacy support. They are starting to copy Apple even in that segment.
Devices are becoming dumber. Average users are becoming dumber. The age of hell for IT support.