Maybe you should actually read the entire article?
With an iPhone? It's only 1,000 possible PINs for that lock.
Which is why they offer the passcode option for something longer.
For Android, depending on ROM, the pin can get insanely long and you're pretty much boned.
You need a ROM to get a long passcode? LOL. You can have an "insanely long" passcode in iOS simply by disabling the "simple passcode" option. I just typed in over 100 alphanumeric characters and it was still letting me type more when I stopped.
Not without malicious intent.
What private info? Outside of info from his family the rest of the info is in the public record.
If society found a law unjust, it would be repealed.
In which fantasy land? "Society" has and still does uphold unjust laws all the time. What you describe is a tyranny of the majority.
Which is sane, but if you use an open source OS and an open source Java stack, there are other people doing that kind of testing, and even more importantly, social pressure for the developers, because they know other people will be looking.
That's funny since there was plenty of "social pressure" on GnuTLS about its crappy code and yet it had unfixed security flaws for most of a decade.
Many of them are already industry lawyers to begin with.
Except that a large percentage people on Atkins ended up regaining all the weight and then some and having higher body fat percentage to boot.
But it is the calories. Eating 20,000 calories from protein is still going to make you gain weight.
It probably didn't work because you were still getting too many calories from carbs. It's always about having the right percentage of calories from fat/carb/protein for your metabolic level.
The point that I was making is that it's silly to cut out 150 calories when the rest your meal is still like 1500 calories. It's basically a nonsense gesture so that people think they're being healthy by doing next to nothing at all.
To add what I posted above, this is like ordering a supersized double quarter pounder meal from McDonald's and being "healthy" by having a Diet Coke.
Riiight. Because the 150-175 calories from the bun is the tipping point on having a burger not the 300+ calories from just the fat from the beef (assuming 1/2lb. Of 85/15 beef). As the saying goes, that's being pennywise and pound foolish.
Blasphemy! My triple bacon cheeseburger without the bun is an extremely healthy diet food!!! Nothing is worse than icky carbs!!
No the issue was with conditionals and braces. The same issue would have happened even if it were two return statements .