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DHCP client sends the DHCPRequest message, containing the MAC address of the client, to the limited IP broadcast address 255.255.255.255 and to the MAC-level broadcast address. The DHCP Server/ Relay Agent receives this packet and replies with a reservation or forwards it as a directed IP packet to the configured DHCP server or servers.
Ignoring climate... The difference is community focus. Do what you do best, rather than attempt to be best at everything.
Seriously... This was covered so many time during the MS acquisition.
Where's the download link?
The Navy's efforts to consolidate job titles and office names has been a huge success.
If you insist on the dumb idea of using a public TLD internally for your Windows domain. This is why MS defaults to append
It's irrelevant. Journo's can't protect their sources as the sources can be spied on directly. The warrants will be green lighted. Under the current system, no warrants have ever been denied.
From reading the details on the site, it's more sophisticated. It interacts with iptables, which traditional routing protocols do not.
This phone might be suitable for thwarting most criminals, however it would be susceptible to OTA attacks against the baseband (blackbox), which is now even more easily done with the compromised SIM private keys.
Chances are they have the IMSI Ki keys. This is the info that is given to the carriers with each IMSI(SIM). That's all that is needed to dupe a SIM or decrypt coms. The vast majority(probably all) of these will use the default A3
/A8 encryption, so this will be a walk in the park (load IMSI+Ki into new card) to spin off duplicate SIMs for the next few years.
Once you can dupe a SIM, you can then fool the VLR/HLR into redirecting calls/SMS or access Voicemail. No need to monitor the local airwaves.
Correct me if I'm wrong but the screen is transparent. Light from the environment passes through the display. AFAIK, there isn't such technology to accomplish this masking of environmental light (at the require frame rates). Put it this way, if there was, the projector manufactures would be using it now.
I think you're on the mark, but that would mean the projections cannot be solid as the video portrays.
Yes that much is obvious, but the "marketing" video clearly presents objects as solid, not transparent.