it tells me to keep doing what I'm doing. Thanks to the Stasi errr NSA, I've learned a HELL of a lot more lately about TLS, and my mail server now only uses the very best possible encryption routines.
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Unable to install it on my new Droid Turbo. Other people in forums reporting the same.
Smooth move M$
Considering the FBI's long and rich history of fascism and acting against the US Bill of Rights (starting with Hoover, and going downhill from there), not to mention the NSA's rampant (and blatantly illegal) domestic spying....
I'll damn well act against their silly rules and regulations any well damn time I feel like it.
Every American should be encrypting the hell out of anything they own, and demanding that companies do likewise with their products and services. The sooner we render the Gestapo and Stasi impotent, the better.
Wrong agency - CIA and NSA are different agencies with (somewhat) different missions.
That said, the entire NSA, and along with anyone who enabled them, needs to fired / jailed / etc for blatant and unending violations of the Bill of Rights and federal law in general.
Talk to Suzanna Hupp about that, she might disagree with you.
ever needed a seatbelt in your life?
Or a fire extinguisher?
What about a Automated External Defibrillator ?
Just because you've never needed a firearm doesn't mean you (or someone else) won't need one at some point in time.
Aol has always been pretty spammy, but they've gotten out of control lately, and as usual, ignoring the problem.
I lost patience with them years ago, and started firewalling any netblock from them that was causing problems.
Solved a lot of problems, and since no one in their right mind uses them anymore, I'm not too worried about blocking anything legit.
More like National Fascism Letters...
I'm not surprised though, ATT has been the lap dog of the Fed.gov since day 1.
Agreed. Spamazon's EC2 garbage servers are firewalled on my servers. Spamazon ignores and
Same with Spamdaddy.
Run a network sewer, get firewalled. Only way to protect your own network.
Like most press, 60 minutes engages in the run of the mill "assault journalism" thats heavy on accusations, and light on the facts. Anyone who takes ANY journalist at face value needs to be hit with a clue by 4.
my guess, the one second rule is "no more then 1 shot fired per second"
Many inexperienced shooters try to fire too quickly (and not fully in control), and hit things they shouldnt, like target holders, other peoples targets, etc.
Personally I hate rules like that, as it interferes with many of my drills, but I'm also a competition handgun shooter, so I've got a little more experience with controlled double taps, Mozambique drills, etc, compared to the average joe.
The current stable version of Chrome supports TLS 1.2 out of the box.
Firefox 24 has support for TLS 1.2, but you have to explicitly enable it.
true, but why make it easy for them?
Of course, if fed.gov wasn't a giant pack of idiots, they wouldn't have this problem in the first place.
Null route all the Chinese networks, problem solved. Worked great on my mail server, amount of spam I got dropped massively.
Move to California or NJ or CT or NY or MA, and you can enjoy your false sense of security.
BTW, REAL assault weapons are almost impossible to get due to NFA of 1934 and Hughes of 86. What you're so terrified of are rifles that only LOOK like assault rifles. But considering the stupidity of your statement, I highly doubt you have the IQ to understand the difference.