Last I checked, a simple threat of violence isn't a reason enough to take away someone's liberty this long.
So is prison rape. Does that make it okay too?
In fact this is precisely why I wish there were something like a comp.sci wiki. A lot of this knowledge should be easier to access for people who didn't need a full degree to get where they are but realize they have a problem to solve and need a better way to do it than posting their current code on stackexchange.
Yes, the possibility of doing wrong is obvious but that root CA installation is very common when dealing with 802.1x authentication with Windows clients. Its a side-effect of how stupid Windows' handling of certificates is.
cf. this vendor's suggestion https://kb.meraki.com/knowledg... to disable certificate checking altogether to make it work instead.
BS. There's no such guarantee on any open source software. Last I checked, even Microsoft uses foreign workers.
A lot of encryption software comes from Canada because we're friendly to both sides
No, your statements may simply be phrased such that they do not clarify on which side of an argument you stand.
As soon as you try to convince the other person to sign it, you're working your way into conspiracy.
A contract not intended for another to sign is pretty much non-existent.
Lower power requirements
You just have to convince the populace that whomever you killed had it coming.
There are plenty of examples, some controversial (like Waco).
... pieces of security expert Schneier were found in his locked home, with no signs of forced entry. No signs of foul play are evident except for the brutal nature of his death. The NSA and FBI agree it must have been suicide.
That's great, so who's going to arrest those in charge of the domestic spying that *is* happening according to the Snowden files (and corroboration elsewhere).
Its not hard actually. MI-5 spies on Americans in America, CIA asks for dirt on American from MI-5.
I believe its called Echelon.
Carrying Netflix traffic isn't done for free, ever. That's just FUD spouted by ISPs trying to get free money. They tried doing it to Google first. Its either traffic for your clients, so you're already getting paid for delivering it, or its through a peering arrangement that you already find beneficial (or it wouldn't exist).