Many studies have shown that it is healthiest to eat mostly vegetables, which is more or less the exact opposite of the paleo diet.
You sure about that? The Paleo diet I heard of involves only 19-35% of your alories from meats, the rest from vegetables. It just calls for non-starchy vegetables
This is where the anti-gun folks have it all wrong. Banning guns will only lead to an increase in knife crimes (ask England)
Last I checked banning guns increased gun crime in england, not knife crime.
Up to $0.25 per Mb in overage fees or $256 per GB.
That sounds like you're talking about subscribers with no data plan, the most expensive overage fee for data plans is $59.96 per GB (not GiB as you mistakenly gave the price for).
However for most of the dataplans it is $10 per GB as per
Elsewhere on their site (burried in http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/data-plans.html It looks like they may be going up to $15 per GB. All of these prices, even the highest of $59.96 per gb are far lower than your listed $256 per GB(sic)
AT&T revised the 'unlimited' contract terms more than two years ago and you agreed to them when you signed a new contract
after the cap you owe a certain amount per gigabyte
You've described AT&T's only data plans new subscribers can get now.
The capped plans are the old grandfathered 'unlimited' plans that no one can subscribe to now. All new subscribers subscribe to say 5 gigs per month and after 5 gigs they charge like $10 per gig
The only thing they are not allowed to do is to decline to accept legal tender. I.e. they legally aren't allowed to reject a $100 if it is a genuine bill, regardless of what store policy is.
You should probably let the US Treasury know that as they disagree with you.
Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether or not to accept cash unless there is a State law which says otherwise. For example, a bus line may prohibit payment of fares in pennies or dollar bills. In addition, movie theaters, convenience stores and gas stations may refuse to accept large denomination currency (usually notes above $20) as a matter of policy.
I dont believe that driver is from FTDI. A) Russ Dill is a known kernel developer. B) from what I udnerstand that patch would actually brick legit FTDI FT232RL devices as well. He submitted the patch as a joke but it looks like it just overwrites the checksum located at an even address rather than using a collission by modifying only odd addresses. That even address write would cause a write on the real FTDI chips as well.
The number of guns used in those rapes and murders dropped once
Actually in the uk gun crime has doubled as well since the ban.
The UK and Australia tried it, and we can see what the results really are - twice as much violent crime.
The far more interesting thing is violent crime has gone up for those areas that enacted gun bans while for the rest of the world violent crime has actually gone way down.
I'm glad you don't. I certainly hate them too, but you don't see me reaching for my rifle! Schmucks like you give gun-banners something to wield.
In his defense going out and shooting at little bits of paper is likely a more productive use of his time, and an excellent alternative to sitting on the computer when your internet is too slow.
So far, the best VHS archival services I've found use either the DV codec or QuickTime Pro-Res, both of which are lossy.
You must have very small Deer in the US.
US deer are grazers so their heads tend to be low to the ground despite standing much taller. We dont have carnivorous deer that go for our hearts like you seem to have in Germany.
Aha, so you missed the original quote, i'll try bolding the relevant parts this time.
Also, WPA2-Enterprise is pretty secure if you only use TLS auth, not TTLS where you use a username/password combo (too easy for a MITM)
I was specifically replying to that part, as TLS and TTLS both have the same degree of mitm vulnerability with properly configured clients.
If the server cert fails in TLS or TTLS then MITM is a possibility, you dont need the username/password or client cert to mitm a TLS connection, just the server cert.
Actually for that matter wouldnt a compromised server certificate leave you vulnerable to a proxy attack anyway where you would use the compromised server cert to pretend to be the access point communicating with the proper radius server thus giving MITM on TLS or TTLS the same? You might not get the actual client cert on TLS but you would have their traffic all the same.
If server cert validation has failed chances are your CA was compromised, in which case the attacker could just generate client certs at will anyway....