I do not, they have some serious naming problems there at MS.
My Zune still works fine and I'm typing this on a first gen SurfacePro, some products that do their job well just don't sell (in this case because of the worlds worst marketing).
Good luck with your VPN. I've been in Australia for the past 2 months and VPN connections have been blocked nearly everywhere I have gone. NZ is the Canada of Australia, I have no doubt that they try to follow the leader and prevent the use of VPNs as well.
Word was 'apathy"
I take my bike to the pub, it's good exercise, gives me time to listen to an audio book or podcast and it's cheaper than a taxi. With fenders and a coat I can go in any weather.
But you should always know your limit!
The US army bought 10 Nimitz aircraft carriers at $4.5 billion each, how many wars have they won lately?
If the result is the same electrical and chemical activity what's the difference.
Shhh, don't give away the trick before we get to use it.
Almost, they are saying "we're smart, but you're stupid, get to work."
Knowing where speed traps are would make them 100% effective. The point is to reduce speeding and no one will speed if they know there is a trap on the road, no one gets a ticket and the road becomes safer. The only way in which the trap is ineffective is that it doesn't generate any cash for the department.
What Pitts found during his research is that an attacker with a MITM position can actively patch binaries–if not security updates–with his own code. In terms of defending against the sort of attack, Pitts suggested that encrypted download channels are the best option, both for users and site operators. "SSL/TLSis the only way to prevent this from happening. End-users may want to consider installing HTTPS Everywhere or similar plugins for their browser to help ensure their traffic is always encrypted," he said via email.