And do you think this is specific to HTTPS, or rather a problem with most encryption techniques as we use them (given that we're not zero-padding input data to make it all rougly the same size, that is, pretty indistinguishable)?
KingofGnG (1319253) writes "On the long, long road that leads to its final target, ReactOS continues to grow and evolve thanks to the hard work made by developers contributing to the project. The latest, important changes help the system to actually advance toward the aforementioned final target, ie to reach full compatibility with software and drivers made for Windows operating systems based on the NT architecture."
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Already upgraded to Mavericks? I'm still waiting some months before all the fucktards finish complaining about what does and does not work.
Except it did.
Slashdot now looks like an old Blogger page. I hate blogger pages, they're last decade thing. If Beta becomes all I can have, I'm leaving slashdot. They weren't getting anything from me anyway, so I guess it's one less connection to their crappy servers anyway.
A POSIX mutex can be initialized via a call to a library function or, alternatively, it can be "statically initialized" with the constant value of PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER, which initializes it and sets default attributes. It's not exactly "clearing the memory to 0", but it's along the lines of that train of thought
Could you elaborate on that kind of knowledge? I'm genuinely interested.
To me, it isn't about writing that weird code. It's about knowing what happens, so that I DO know when I really need to optimize and so that I DO know what's going on under the hood. I find it very important to understand the CPU and memory, how it all works. Many programmers still think of this as magic, and that's why they're programmers, not engineers. But this post mentions software engineering, not mere programming.
I've tried all versions of that picture that I could find and I've analysed the GIF. what you see is a tampered picture (first GIF frame) which has seen red pixels (red "noise") added in the shape of a possible HL3 logo. It's fake.
My "woosh!" was in agreement with the AC's response! I totally agree with it, and find it somewhat ironical that parent, the one with the mistake, stated that gp should "brush up on problem analysis 101".
In fact, if you RTFA, you see that's what Dropbox does.
Patents are meaningless and hurt the overall market. There, I said it.
I present to you, uzbl
And don't forget statistics and data analysis!