why is that?
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I guess SirGeek's point is completely invalid!
You're a true cunt. Congrats.
Like you know anything.
you're a moron.
indicate to the scanning computer that the party being screened is a female. When the screener does this, the scanning machine will indicate an anomaly in the genital area and this allows (the male TSA screener) to conduct a pat-down search of that area.
That's odd, when I went through the screening and they mis-entered me into the scanner as female, it didn't report any anomaly.
I'm pretty sure stone flakes are a hallmark of human-like intelligence. Other animals fashion tools, yes, but to my knowledge, not cutting tools.
Before IS and their Al-Shabaab buddies come and blow those non-muslim relics to smithereens...
I think the only thing the OpenSSL bug shows is how flimsy the underlying framework of the internet is. Most of the shit we all use, trust and take for granted was coded in someone's basement over the weekend a long time ago. All it takes is one clever guys to take a good look at the code to exploit it, and it's probably fair to say he'll be the only one to review the code ever...
It pays better to exploit the bugs...
Full sentences harder. They verbs.
That why liberal arts and humanities important, otherwise sentences would no verbs.
There's always some freak spouting off about a fucking trackball. Go back to 1993 and rethink your pathetic existence.
It should be, and I would start with punching you in the colon.
NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY!
For n equal to one million, an O(n^2) algorithm is slower than an O(n) algorithm. Even when the O(n^2) algorithm is run in RAM, and the O(n) algorithm is disk writes being buffered and optimized by the operating system.
I'll take my Nobel Prize now, thank you.
We don't want American spy agencies listening to our https traffic either. Just because Alice is shooting at me, it doesn't suddenly make it OK for Bob to stab me too.
This is an attack against the SSL trust model. A CA knowingly created a rogue certificate for malicious purposes. This wasn't an accident. A Diginotar type response would not be inappropriate.
That's complete bullshit. User's can tell, and you've performed no such tests.