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And it has to be a company — computer in someone's closet hosting a VPN isn't acceptable to the Navy
So firstly he can't host it himself and providing a VPN service for 100 devices is by no mean a trivial task.
To be fair when you use debootstrap you install a new system, you don't upgrade an existing system.
For example debootstrap won't magically import all your old configuration files whereas upgrading will at least present you a dialog box and some options.
Where are my mod points when I most need them.
Could you shed some light to why Accenture is so terrible ? Slashdot's search didn't return any interesting links.
XSS is still a systemic error, not strictly coding. Why? Because it's code injection. If the browser was sandboxed, then the code couldn't do anything. Now, fi your bank was hit or your browser is sandboxed per instance, not tab, then you could lose your bank info to an attack, again, a high level design issue, not a coding issue.
Well even if the browser is sandboxed what would it change? The malicious code comes from the URL (either per mail or linking) and is displayed back to the user without any sanitizing, how is this not an coding error ?
Magnets most probably...
I've used the NASA's texture for my little OpenGL program, I must say it's very nice of their part to provide everything with great details and multiple layers.
Defrag and indexing is automatically disabled on a SSD
I am genuinely interested in what you are talking about, do you have more information ?
Well I see the rainbow effect when looking at such projectors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Light_Processing.
And I also see the new cars backlight LED flickering which can be quite annoying while driving.
I can see when a CRT is set at 60Hz and even a faint flickering at 70Hz.
Same as these LED lights blicking everywhere.
And yet you fail to give an accurate example of something that breaks on multiple platforms because "char" is probably the most stable type in C.
And btw in C you have intXX_t and uintXX_t types now.