--Always remember Whitman, Price, and Haddad, last season's "winners."
--Coincidence? This is East 'Murika, comrade - they probably scraped your cookies and found out you were checking out the competition.
--Serious question, can anyone recommend an good AT&T MVNO in south Texas? I have a *dumb* phone, and AT&T is killing me @ ~$64/month for unlimited voice + text only, with NO data plan. They're way overcharging me @$20/mo for unlimited text. I've considered Solavei but not sure my phone would make the transition - I don't need an iPhone or Android. TIA
--Acronis (last time I checked) has a good P2V mode that will load the right drivers for your hardware if you are doing a bare-metal restore into a VM. EaseUS is reportedly pretty good as well from what I've heard, and the price seems very reasonable.
--Yeah - right into the ground. Just like she did HP. The hot dog stand would come to life and have to form its own union just to protect itself from her!
> If it saves so much money to be on DST then lets do it year round and save even more on not having to complicate tech systems.
--I'll give you an amen to that. My phone has to be manually rebooted to get to DST; it was an issue for my friend's phone this morning as well and she ended up getting to work a little late. I wish we could have DST all year round.
On which planet has the anti-tax movement won?
That would be this one.
We're tied for third lowest homicide rate in the country, so why would I want to carry a firearm? Our rate of *total* homicide is 1/4 the rate of *accidental* firearms in Florida, even though our firearm ownership rate is 1/2.
Our accident rate per gun owner is half, because we require gun purchasers to take a basic firearms safety course. That's not so onerous. A 4 hour course with an NRA certified instructor, which costs around $100. It's a *little* intrusive, but so is having the guy in the next apartment negligently discharge his handgun in a cleaning accident.
Vixenu. Pronounced Vich-eh-noo.
That wouldn't be true in Finland. I doubt it would be true in any EU country.
Yes, of course "within applicable law" could be added to that, but then in the words of Richard Hammond, they don't put up signs saying "no murdering" on every street corner, do they?
In my country, for example, monitoring of employees is allowed if and only if the employees (via their elected representatives, I'm not talking politicians but intra-company employee councils) agree to it. I've been on such a council, and we did agree to some requests and rejected others.
. The "Root CA" referred to by the original post is the public key of the
Which is why I explicitly wrote "the private key part" as being a potential danger. You do realize that if there's a public key, there's also a private key, yes?
Of course a public key is not a danger, that's why it's called a public key in the first place.
Some of these days I feel old. There used to be a time on
No, it isn't. You utterly fail to understand whats going on here or how SSL and PKI in general works.
You wanted to misread me and succeeded. I'm not speaking about the pupils notebooks. I was clearly talking about the security of the private key part, wherever it is kept. I explicitly added that word to my response, specifically so people wouldn't misunderstand it in the precise way that you did.