If I let go of an object from my hand, and it doesn't accelerate towards the ground, then it will never hit the ground. That seems unlikely.
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It seems pretty strange that the Swedish Language Council wanted "ogooglebar" to mean "something that can't be found in *any* search engine"
As far as I'm concerned, if I say something is "un-google-able" then I mean "I can't find it in Google"
Sorry, I just figured out you're talking about the missing '.' which is of course a mistake in the description
I must have missed the day that 0 stopped being part of the set of "any number"
I'm assuming since most of the clues begin and end with
Right, but the HMAC session key is used to encrypt user sessions. Change the key, and all the old sessions become invalid. Your suggestion is akin to saying, after someone stops working at your company, every user of the company's website should get logged out.
Seems like you are mistaken. The very next sentence after the block you quoted says:
There are other exploitable scenarios, but it really depends on what your app is doing. Since it is impossible to prove that something isn’t insecure, you should take the vulnerability seriously and upgrade anyway even if you think you aren’t affected.
(I know, I know, it means you must be a PHP developer)
What if you have one coder using project_cost and another using projectDeadline, and this lack of consistency is continued across the whole set of functions and variables in the project?
He was also a member of the Flat Earth Society. It's shocking what beliefs he got away with as a scientist
some operating systems
Easy solution: Don't go and see it!
Does the definition of 20/20 vision really mix imperial and metric units?
> You know Diebold (of the easily hacked voting machines scandal) still makes ABM banking machines, right?
They make Automatic Banking Machine Banking Machines? They're even more redundant than I thought!
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