Pretty sure Google still doesn't have satellites, they buy their images from DigitalGlobe like everyone else.
Except for the first little girl who called, he reduced her to tears.
Apple does sign their firmware updates.
"Firmware updates are supposed to be signed, but the vulnerability exploited by this attack allows that mechanism to be bypassed."
Regardless who Norad partners with, I will use them. Why you ask? That's easy, they have the radar. I am pretty sure Google is just making stuff up as I don't think they have the radar facilities that the US and Canada have. So when I want to reliably track that red suited bastard, I'll ask the guys who actually know.
This year I got some new Starstreaks to replace my FIM-92j's, I'm pretty sure I'll shoot him down this time.
Actually your microwave is an ISM device and takes precedence over the unlicensed usage. Your devices have to accept interference from ISM devices the reverse is not true.
It can. See BadUSB.
The attack, dubbed Thunderstrike, installs malicious code in a MacBook’s boot ROM (read-only memory), which is stored in a chip on the motherboard. It was devised by a security researcher named Trammell Hudson based on a two-year old vulnerability and will be demonstrated next week at the 31st Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg.
More at PCWorld"
So script that plays a video with a click anywhere link that leads to www.adcash.com looks promising?? in what world?
"Alcohol, the cause, and solution to all life's problems" - Homer J. Simpson
Both of who have already said that this was don by a foreign power, and that 90% of American corporations would have succumbed to the attack.
"The Chinese need to be TOLD to just sit tight"
Except who's to say the Chinese weren't originally behind this. "Guardians of Peace" was a term Nixon said to China on why we were helping South Korea.
Yep, I'm not sure how you can "restore ethics in video games journalism" when it has never existed in the first place.
Extremely circumstantial evidence, hardly proof in any way.
I'd like to know what your proof is.