Those who make peaceful vulnerability discovery impossible will make violent exploiting inevitable.
> then Groupon losses nothing by having stingy payment policies.
Unless those experts sell their exploit to the black market and a successful exploit is carried out against Groupon and it's customers. Then I'd say they have lost something.
"Of course, we would have liked to bring our great products to new cities, but we structured this deal so that if the government didn't agree, we could walk away"
"...and besides, fuck you."
If you have your phone set to connect to any available network, re-connect to wifi networks you have joined before, and to continually broadcast those SSIDs one by one until it receives a response, then don't be surprised to get owned every now and then you're following the 802.11 standard correctly.
If your phone is set to connect to networks with names like "attwifi" or "xfinitiwifi", then... well, that's what it will do.
Actually, after giving the article another read-through, I think I got it wrong in the summary.
Are you sure you're a Slashdot submitter?
Oh, I see you're new here. Don't worry, after a while you'll stop caring about having anything correct in the summary at all.
I would call chemical dependence, i.e. addiction, to be a pretty negative side effect. Wouldn't you?
Hundreds of millions of caffeine users couldn't give a shit.
Apparently you have never met any of them when they haven't had their fix yet.
"It provides better security against malware and zero days for Windows 10 by blocking anything other than trusted apps—which are apps that are signed by specific software vendors, the Windows Store, or Lenovo
There. Fixed that for you.
I had a student talk with me about Adderall abuse on campus.
He said it worked great, he could study all night but retention long-term was limited.
He also said he stopped taking Adderall off-script because it made him suicidal.
Whatever happened to coffee?
I mean think about it, apparently the problem is the officer finished his job then asked the defendant to wait for a second search. If the officer had started a 15 minute search after placing the defendant in his car to ensure he was safe would that have made this incident ok? Searches are legal, but waiting for backup to conduct a search isn't?
No, that would still have been conducting an unlawful search as part of a fishing expedition. The courts do not tolerate that sort of thing.
What would have been legal would have been to ask the driver to step out of the car, and then shoot him eight times because he made a sudden movement with his hands out of sight.
4,300 over eight years in a city the size of Baltimore is not that big a number. 1-2 a day in a city of 600,000 (metro of 2.7 million) may actually be on the low side of what you would expect.
But hey, math class is tough. OUTRAGE!