It seems to a be common belief that morality is only possible when there is a religious basis for it, do you think it's possible to separate the two concepts in the mind of an audience, and if so how?
Perhaps some Nicholas Fisk would fit - I really enjoyed the StarStormers books and Trillions when I was a child. I also loved the older scifi like Jules Verne.
tar cf - somedir | ssh remote@remotehost 'tar xf -'
A nice way to get things moved around. a similar trick is:
tar cf - somedir | (cd
Which lets you copy things around a local file system.
That's true, though openssl has had the ability to add empty fragments to avoid the chosen plain text attack I suspect you're referring to for many years. What's strange is that the chosen solution (polarSSL) doesn't seem to have support for OCSP which is the main way to quickly revoke bad keys - particularly important in the light of the recent diginotar breach.
I guess I'm wondering what the criteria you're using to make this statement are?
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It's difficult to say from the information provided, but it sounds like someone just rediscovered XML entity attacks (as I did a few years ago). Assuming it is the same thing, here are some references from 2002 and 2006 with more details:
I've used these attacks in real-world tests and they are still surprisingly effective - just not new.
> including styles, theming, remote access, config databases, scalability, and GUI scripting.
Styles - not unless you count colour schemes which were available on platforms like win3.1 already.
Theming - not at all
Remote Access - only the basics that X11 provided for it.
Config Databases - nothing beyond Xt resources which were a pretty much failed implementation from the start.
Scalability - don't make me laugh.
GUI Scripting - did you ever try tooltalk?
CDE was a poor implementation of existing ideas and brought nothing new to the table.