I don't want to buy from most tech companies anymore either. interdiction, hard drive malware, you name it.
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Very true. I sort of skipped over the security aspects to avoid any fights
Java is pretty powerful, but that same power leads to both unnecessary weight and risks.
Java has servlets, servers, web applets, and desktop applications.
Both technologies can do both sides. Java is of course much more feature rich with more low-level operations.
following up to myself- I was thinking of 180 degree or 90 degree fixed rotations (summary talked about being upside down), but it looks like these types of systems use varying rotations which makes sense. eg: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/v...
I'm not sure I see why you couldn't do a rotate of an image in one clock cycle since it's a precomputed 1:1 mapping of source address to destination address with no math involved (eg not like doing keystone correction or other manipulations). I can't imagine that taking tens of milliseconds?
do it in parallel in hardware. There are FPGA and ASIC solutions that can do hardware rotation, just send one through the rotate matrix into identical hardware. It costs twice as much, but in todays terms that still shouldn't be too bad.
There's no such thing as strong encryption with a backdoor. That backdoor will be exploited.
The solution really is allow whatever you want in transit but require companies to store the raw thing... which then leads to data breaches.. So just give up.
Correction, his ANPR/ALPR misread your plate and you came up with some kind of flag.
Just so you know, very little changed after the purchase. It's basically a sub-company done its own way.
If they'd been adhering to that for even unencrypted communications we might not have gotten so paranoid about it lately...
I have to wonder if their essential decryption and interception of content couldn't be construed as a DMCA violation and wiretapping.
My last of us won't start up unless I turn the network off, but it's definitely affecting some other things.
That was my favorite way of hiding things.
If google starts their own CA and gives away DV SSL certs (all sorts, counting wildcard, multi-domain), then I'm on board more or less. SSL should be free.
FWIW I have a 2013 Dodge Avenger with a V6- by no means luxury. no hill hold and I'm on a hill every day that requires gas and brake at the same time- otherwise it rolls back even in drive.