If only we had the time.
6 digit Slashdot ID?
That's cute. Come back when your ears are dry, if "time around here" matters one iota.
I do recall a story about Maersk moving their data centre from the US to Denmark, using one of their planes as a carrier, filled with harddisks.
One current example is the subtle weakening of the RNG's which in turn is claimed to reduce for instance 128 bit symmetric keys to effectively just 32-bit strength.
I can't recall where I saw that stated, and I have no idea how that would work.
If the file contains anything of interest, it might even be in wikileaks interest to let the NSA know what is in it.
Whether NSA breaks it or not is actually irrelevant, wikileaks could even send the key to them without trouble.
The question is, do they (NSA) dare risk that the rest of us get access to it.
Yuck! She should not even seen.
Once upon a time, maybe, but no more. Please, for our sanity's sake, no more.
Drop some Android on it, and see if it'll fly then.
If only they would take the real elections half as seriously, maybe then we'd regain a (small) measure of confidence in the election process.
Actually, they are ALSO in the tail.
Emergency services refute the claim of casualties.
The reports are conflicting. According to the link I gave, Emergency services refute the claim of casualties. Confusion is only natural in these cases.
Samsung VP David Eun was on that plane, that makes it our business.
The aircraft burst into flames and burned out, all occupants were able to evacuate the aircraft in time and are alive. There are reports of a number of injuries, mainly burns, the majority of occupants escaped without injuries.
Emergency services reported all occupants have been accounted for and are alive.
Here's to hoping they picked a slightly less volatile set of batteries.