Please explain to me how it is at all counterfeit resistant. The thing that makes the US dollar counterfeit resistant is not so much the technological countermeasures but the fact that the full weight of US law enforcement will rain a shitstorm down on you if you try to replicate it. Without a government behind the physical bitcoins, there is nothing from stopping a well-funded entity from creating coins physically identical to the real thing.
Windows 7 with updates will eat through 16 GB's immediately. Even 32 GB wouldn't last long with a modest amount of files. I can't imagine that even sales people could get by on less than 64 GB.
Right...cause if he gets in trouble, blackmail will surely get him out of it.
Why bother going through all that work when a waitress can just write down the cc number when she swipes your card.
If you're going to make a snarky comment involving logic, you should at least make sure your logic is sound...
Everyone else is picking up your slack.
Yes, but this is a modern desktop, laptop, and possibly tablet OS.
Seemed kind of tongue-in-cheek to me.
And stick the rest of us with the bill. OMG they're so good at fraud!
It's not about the time served. It's about how he views his past activities. The man seems incapable of saying "What I did was wrong." He says the price he had to pay was high. What about the price paid by his victims?
This coward is right. He unequivocally states that he has no regrets. In his mind, it's the companies' faults for having security holes. It's the governments fault for overstating the effect of his actions. He says now there is little difference between what he does now, and what he did then, with one little difference - "authorization." As if that were a trivial difference.
There is not a single answer here. The ideas survive because they are good are proliferating themselves. Sometimes this is due to actual providing real survival benefit, sometimes its simply because the borrow into our brains using emotion, e.g. fear.
Always get a trace. Wireshark is your friend.
I was going to attempt to refute your comment about bandwidth, but it appears that you are right and the summary/article are wrong. The summary says GB or gigabyte, but it looks like it's actually 10 Gigabit, scaling to 100 Gigabit by 2020. Note to anonymous submitter and editableapple.com: bandwidth is measured in bits.
Just wanted to add that the 6RD instructions on the DDWRT wiki also worked for me on Comcast. Thanks for the tip about native dual stack requiring DOCSYS 3.0.