So if you aren't first with a feature, you shouldn't bother?
Because this system would show the attacker an account and password for every manager password entered.
With a normal password manager, the attacker is told if they're right or wrong. With something like this, when it tries Password! on the manager, it gets results, just they're wrong and it has to try to use one to find out. Then it tries Password1 on the manager, gets results, has to test, etc. So it has to add a verification step and not just attack the password manager. Of course, you're likely to lock out the account you're using for verification before you hit on the right password.
Get rid of the sites that have a single paragraph and then a registration or paywall blocking the rest of the content.
Get rid of the sites that are just copies of other pages with ads.
Or let us easily block a site from appearing in results in the future. Enough users vote a site off, have a human take a look to see if they should remove it for everyone.
Persistence doesn't mean trying the same thing over and over until it works. Persistence is trying to achieve your goals over and over again until you're successful. So you might bang your head on the wall a few times, realize that won't work and then try different things until you break it down.
No, putting IKEA stuff together is fun. I've never understood that complaint, and I'd guess that many of the people repeating the meme have never bought anything from IKEA.
Marketing has infected the world. Why just describe what you're doing when you can toss out a few buzzwords and get a lot more attention?
The video looks like what a hack on TV or the movies looks like. It doesn't look like what an actual hacker would do. That's the problem.
The farmer thing isn't true. Farmers don't give a sh*t what time it is, they work with the sun.
Chrome and Firefox also have regular updates patching security problems. We just don't get a note about it each month, it just shows up.
When I was looking to see when the football games started this morning it was all home gyms and face cream infomercials. I'm not sure a reasonable person would call those either educational or informative.
Don't forget knowing the right people. In my experience, that matters a lot more than what you know or what you're capable of doing.
Yea, MS money made the users hate the experience. Just be honest, Linux kills it in certain situations, and the desktop for a regular office worker isn't it.
Or, there's a lot of different windows configurations and they can't test them all. We updated a few hundred machines last week, zero problems. Sounds like we got lucky, but it's not as if these problems nuke every machine.
I assumed it was a laugh track too, but they film in front of a live audience.
We're talking about a fictional example, but Sheldon is highly successful, and seems quite happy with his life. He doesn't need to be medicated just because he doesn't meet stereotypical norms.