Dell is desperate for revenue at this point, and when companies are desperate for revenue they do customer-antagonistic things.
Then you shouldn't install its signing certificate on your computer.
In a work environment, I may not have that option.
Trusted by whom? I certainly don't trust a MiTM proxy, even when it has the word "trusted" in its name.
I know you are a proponent of strlcpy. Why do you think some projects resist using it so much?
For example, I think there is a problem with our healthcare system when we end up as a nation (USA) consuming 80% of all painkillers prescribed worldwide
Painkillers are a social addiction problem, not a healthcare problem.
In order to solve a problem, you first must identify it accurately.
It is far easier to remain ignorant and wallow in your collection of misinformation, than to understand the scientific evidence.
Normally, I don't have an issue with ignorant people choosing to remain ignorant. Unfortunately, in this instance it means more disease for all of us.
Just trying to figure out which version of which browser supports what subset of CSS is one of the greatest puzzles facing mankind.....
If you care about Internet security, especially what we call "end-to-end" security free from easy snooping by ISPs, carriers, or other intermediaries, heads up! You'll want to pay attention to this.
You'd think that with so many concerns these days about whether the likes of AT&T, Verizon, and other telecom companies can be trusted not to turn our data over to third parties whom we haven't authorized, that a plan to formalize a mechanism for ISP and other "man-in-the-middle" snooping would be laughed off the Net.
But apparently the authors of IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) Internet-Draft "Explicit Trusted Proxy in HTTP/2.0" (14 Feb 2014) haven't gotten the message.
What they propose for the new HTTP/2.0 protocol is nothing short of officially sanctioned snooping.
Are there Macs that can run Snow Leopard but cannot run Lion?
My 2006 Mac Pro 1,1 supports Lion, and it's one of the oldest Intel Macs. I don't think there's many people "stuck" on Snow Leopard;
My MacMini will not run any version of OS-X later than Snow Leopard.
I do not plan to upgrade to a newer Mac, I plan to investigate other, non-Apple, options.
As usual, a Microsoft manager is trying to blame its customers for the perception of Microsoft that Microsoft has earned and continues to earn.
Microsoft needs to look within to resolve its lack of public trust and amity.
Microsoft needs to learn how to compete on a level playing field without complaining that it is being wronged by what its customers think of Microsoft.
Microsoft needs to grow up.
WASHINGTON — Only a few hours had passed after the $45 billion merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable was announced last week when an early voice emerged endorsing the giant deal.
“Win-win situation for American businesses,” said the statement from the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
It was the start of what Comcast executives acknowledge will be a carefully orchestrated campaign, as the company will seek hundreds of such expressions of support for the deal — from members of Congress, state officials and leaders of nonprofit and minority-led groups — as it tries to nudge federal authorities to approve the merger.
But what the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce did not mention in its statement praising the transaction was that it had collected at least $320,000 over the last five years from Comcast’s charitable foundation, which is run in part by David L. Cohen, the Comcast executive who oversees the corporation’s government affairs operations....
...Another case of the unintended consequences of good intentions?...
It is more a case of leaping blindly into unsubstantiated conclusions based upon the cherry-picking of information that suits your intent.