Same in several EU countries. But almost none of those systems work cross-border. And transfers out of the SEPA zone is even worse.
no advantages whatever over any other system.
Have you ever tried making a wire transfer? It takes days.
change the algorithm so it could create more bitcoins.
You'd have to convince all bitcoin users to use the new algorithm. Hard sell getting them to devalue their own money.
Not really. You could still test all users against the top 100 passwords in a reasonable amount of time. After that, test if their mail accounts have the same password.
It won't get you all user passwords, but the low hanging fruit / naive / non-tech-savvy users are probably a better target anyway
What's wrong with
kill timeout 64800
How did the mail get into Lavabit's servers in the first place? Did Lavabit costumers send their public keys to all their correspondence partners and ask them to encrypt before sending?
In the CAPTCHA, maybe you couldn't read it.
That doesn't mean it's not compiled. It just means that it's compiled automatically and possibly saved to a temporary location.
Why do you need that name any more than you need the name of the Apple engineers who designed the scanner?
What do you use instead?
Surely proprietary software is better than none
Ghostery is another good privacy addon. Blocks Facebook Like buttons and other bugs.
Android only uses Java the Language, not Java the VM or Java the Compiler.
Let it work to your advantage. There is no reason the tape can't be read while the writer is still writing.
Book balancing is not a problem when your cash registers can handle the rounding. Many countries use rounding, so it's likely implemented in the register already.
Cash registers are able to handle rounding. Balancing books will be no harder than before.