Without skullduggery, we would know Bill Gates as "that embedded BASIC guy". And there would be nothing wrong with that, either. It would certainly be better than "headed corporation convicted of deliberate anti-trust actions", although he certainly is spending a lot of money to Rockefeller his way into a cushier spot in the history books.
Says someone clueless about MS history.
On the contrary, only someone clueless about MS history could fail to know that his parents (both of them, in fact) were instrumental in his access to that market.
Rand Paul is just more of the same. He pays lip service to liberty.
Sanders, on the other hand, might actually believe what he says. It certainly looks like it, all the time.
It's well-documented that Billy Gates' success is largely due to having rich and well-connected parents.
He did the crime (actually several), he must do the time.
he obviously needs help, but how will putting him into a rape factory where criminals are hardened help society?
They were sitting around at work, with porn magazines out in the open. Does that really not strike you in any way to be misogynistic?
Oh yeah, they hated women so much, they wanted to look at pictures of them naked.
We can only go by reported vulnerabilities - we have no data for unreported vulnerabilities, and claiming that there are fewer unreported vulnerabilities in the linux and bsd kernels than in the windows kernel is totally unprovable - it's "magic thinking".
No, it's a proven fact. Now you don't even know what you wrote. Hilarious. You've got yourself all in a tizzy.
Both should be scanned by the job site. Neither is encrypted, and both are being re-served to clients, so a scan should have been done.
If they were half as smart as they think they are, they'd demand plain text. It doesn't hide malware unless you save it to a file and double-click it. Who gives a shit about what font a resume is in? They can buy the layout.
That's what these morons get for demanding resumes in
Ah yes, the ultra-secure PDF, which has never been a vector for malware.
POTS lines will still accept pulse dialing pretty much everywhere even though it is rarely used.
A number of telcos have dropped it, though googling around, it's less than I thought.
Great points. A good topic for a philosophy course; but it's not computer science.
That's a wonderful response to a student who complains about the use of the image in an image processing class, but not a useful one here, where we are discussing the import of the issue.
Which I guess is why the Windows kernel is now more secure than either the Linux or BSD kernels. So, citation provided
I've already debunked the citation of this report when other people who failed to understand it cited it. That is a report on reported vulnerabilities. It says so right at the top of the chart. Now, go back and re-read my prior comment to understand why that is useless, and why you have failed.
If you want me to debunk any other crappy citations for you, I can do that. But if it gets to be a habit, I'm going to bill you.
It was probably a problem with the corner junction box servicing the area, as several years ago we had a similar problem in one of my customers neighborhoods and it turned out it was a mouse that was building a nest in the box and gnawing on the wires.
You'd be surprised how often shit like this can be traced back to actual bugs and rodents, we had power knocked out to nearly a quarter of the city, the culprit? A squirrel had managed to get itself fried climbing on one of the large transformers and the surge blew the transformer, one deep fried squirrel shut down power for nearly 3 hours.
I don't understand why phone companies don't just set a max for your bill and then shut you off if it goes over that,
Your naivete is charming, but if you have testicles, count them after every future transaction