Sweet Jesus, at least install Fail2Ban and block an IP for 24 hours after 3 failed attempts.
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'Fidelity' in the wireless sense was because the methods and algorithms developed by the CSIRO had a considerable impact on the recovery of the transmitted signal.
Nah, Excel encryption/passwording is shit and is for casual users only.
I have a VBA macro that brute forces Excel passwords in a minute or two. Well, it finds an equivalent password that matches the original using the weak hashing function that Excel employs.
Wikipedia has a pretty good summary of the reasons for left and right side traffic.
Small thrusters fire to push it forwards and the fuel / oxygen in each tank gets pushed back to the pickup point.
Try VivoTek as well, they make some nice 5MP units with good optical zoom - meaning you can mount the camera a good distance away and zoom into the menu board.
We used to run mobotix exclusively, and their cameras are now in the low to mid-range in performance, but still high-end in price.
But you can get a long way with a stolen card and PayWave before someone notices, what with it's $100 limit per transaction and (usually) lengthy delays before said transactions appear on statements.
Firstly, it was considerably easier to do it on the moon. Low orbital speed, 1/6 the gravity, no air resistance on descent, very light lander (as it wasn't pushing 40+tons of second stage to orbit).
Secondly, this stage was doing Mach 8 to 10 at about 80km altitude when it separated from the second stage. They did an extra burn that briefly popped it out of the atmosphere, reversed its course, then did a hypersonic re-entry tail first and (nearly) landed on a 50x60m barge.
Nobody has done that before. Not the guys with the shuttle SRB's, they just fell back to earth (and were strong enough to withstand the tumbling in the atmosphere, being SRBs). Not Boeing with it's dinky little hops of 10,000 feet in a continuously-stable attitude at subsonic speeds. Nobody has gotten this far before with the return of the first stage of a liquid-fuelled booster. Seeing as those things are enormously complex and very expensive, it'd be great to get one back in one piece to use again.
I used to have a systray app for this, you could set it to flip your adaptor between DHCP and a bunch of other ip addresses of your choosing.
I say 'used to' because I ditched win7 and went with Linux Mint on my laptop and the default networkmanager tray app does this automatically.
Can you imagine a country where the leaders preach that women have natural defenses against rape, having nukes? You wouldn't credit such a country with having electricity.
It is not just cream that rices to the top.