Tired of these fuckers thinking they are the promised people guiding us out of ignorance.
Not really. It is the internet, consider it pre-tapped. USA capture on the edge in LAX (Thanks AT&T) , China captures on the GFoC. Doubt Japanese government or Singapore does much of their own taps.
In any case, who wants to support a tap a 5000 feet down?
Has anyone ever seen a non-compete actually stop someone from moving to another company? Non-competes have never been successfully upheld unless the ex-employee has it as part of his
The private keys for the CA provider roots are not exposed to any internet connectivity.
I know for Verisign, for instance they need to get 5 or 6 people with access to physically be at the servers in question to issue certificates that require manual configuration.
Just paste it into this chat window...
smiley:frown:coffee:cake:ff82 blah blah.
Also throwing in alphanumerics make it a pain when troubleshooting with folks of different languages.
Idiocy and trollism is in the eye of the beholder. Lot of meaningless statistics here.
You can't troubleshoot DNS using DNS. I can remember an IP better than some random customer hostname.
I have to back support to IE6. IE6. Sigh.
Large corporate entities are also selling address space. Bought a class B for a Million last year. Not personally, but the corporate entity I represent.
If the ipv6 standards group had made an incremental change to address address space and left the rest of the protocols, then things might be different. As it was they threw in a bunch of features that no one wanted, and no one needs. IPv6 is a rehash of the failed and unused OSI transport and intranetwork protocols, which were soundly rejected by the market. The problem was that no one really took a good look at the protocols outside of the OSI because the working engineers were too busy keeping the networks on.
The good thing is that the longer adaption period is enabling older OSs, routers and incompatible switches to drop out of use and the market. Most carriers have had it in the lab for 10 years, vendor bugs have been discovered and fixed without melting down the internet. So what we are waiting for now is the cost benefits for ipv6 to show up. Considering that fixed space ipv4 is now something you can SELL, widespread use of ipv6 is actually of negative value for the carriers.
Meanwhile, the large planned ip6 conversions haven't happened. The US Army passed their 2008 deadline and said F it, we will switch when we need to. Comcast uses it for cable box and element addressing, but not for internet access. APAC should be driving the adaptation, but OSs and router versions are primitive in most areas of the APAC, so the people with the most to gain have the riskiest road forward.
Well, it should be, unfortunately many vendors used hardware optimization routines that assumed ipv4. Others keyed on the address type to seperate certain traffic with unexpected ethernet bridging issues.
Actually he set it up so that they could not in fact reset the passwords without permanently deleting the configurations, in some case they would permanently lose configuration if they were powered down, He put his own padlocks on the trucks, and booby trapped some of them to have the engines burn up if they messed with the locks.
Unfortunately, confidence is a requirement for the job. An indecisive doctor is a shitty doctor.
As my two brothers whom are doctors say, If you want to learn to think, go to law school, medicine is memorizing. It is a generalization, but a fairly accurate one. This isn't what separates good doctors from bad doctors, it is what separates doctors from non-doctors.
At least we can still detain people indefinitely without charging them or a trial, and assassinate american citizens and foreigners using radio controlled missiles, amirite?
An almost infinitesimal chance of personal injury will pull more fans to see the races. Danger is exciting.