So I gotta have a two-factor biometric dongle to login to Bloomberg, but their news staff can see everything I do? Great thinking.
Of course, but a warrant is required for that.
Awesome, you just coined a new term, and I like it.
The summary links to three different categories of items on the auction site, none of which contain the EKG paper. A search on that site for Armstrong yields only three items, all of which are signed photos. The PCMag article links in turn to a local Denver TV station's article, at which point the trail goes cold.
Where is a link to actually view / bid on the item?
On what. I've seen the infrastructure. There were no unexpected splitters in the fiber. No unexplained connections in a router.
Not on your premises, perhaps. But your traffic has to leave your facility and go somewhere else, by definition...
rpm -V httpd ?
That won't work for this particular attack surface, because cPanel installs Apache itself and doesn't use a package manager. As far as rpm is concerned, Apache isn't installed to verify.
The building was constructed with certain building materials and laid out so that it blocked all wireless radio frequencies in and out of the building - especially cellular traffic. If that is not illegal, I don't see how cellular jamming wouold be illegal.
Think of it like this. Suppose you're worried about intruders on your property. It's perfectly legal to put up a 10 foot tall fence topped with concertina wire, build your walls out of 5 foot thick concrete, and place some angry rottweilers around the perimeter. But it's not legal to erect a couple of rotating Gatling guns firing rounds out from the property to keep people away.
Nope, they haven't removed the app from users who already had it installed. It still works just fine for existing users, but nobody new can download it. I'm really sort of torn on this - Apple has the right to enforce its guidelines, and it appears that AppGratis technically violated the letter of the law. But did they violate the spirit? I guess Groupon and a number of others should be pulled, too, because they send out the push-messages each day as well...
Only one technology can deliver that: Nuclear power.
Which is why I was surprised to see that they're going to deploy this laser on the Ponce, an Austin-class ship with 4 diesel turbines. I figured they'd have chosen a nuclear vessel.
BOE272, since submitter apparently forgot that link.
Maybe we should ask Dice.com, surely they know how many Creative Directos are out there.
It's a lot easier to get paid to sit at a desk and troll Facebook all day.