It feels like MS used the gaming community as a focus group in a social experiment.
Now with less G and L.
"the Texas researchers should have tested Siri and Vlingo in car mode, where a Bluetooth headset or speakers are used..." "The study seems to have misunderstood how Siri was designed to be used," Right because ALL of the marketing shows Siri used this way.
Shut the fuck up and go finish pasting that "Kill your television" bumper sticker on your hippie wagon.
If this rumor proves true, it will turn a major part Gamestop's (and others) sales model on its ear, which I'd love to see happen, but I don't think it will. Unless MS and the publishers introduce some sort of DRM "reset" fee for approved business partners. Also, with all this chicken little talk about DRM and always on, the question of backwards compatibility is nicely muted.
This was all they found/patched with that security fix. From the Accellion engineer (Oh, and it was back in March)... "20-March-2012 FTA_9_1_166 Security Fix: The release fixes a vulnerability on the password update page."
Good thing it ain't FTP.
Accellion patched this vulnerability in version FTA_9_1_x (September?). They're currently on version FTA_9_3_1.