So far, all I've gathered from his disclosures are gross violations of rights. What did he disclose that is not that?
Snowden did nothing wrong. He broke a wrong law. That's not wrong.
How about only hashing files with identical file sizes?
Sounds awesome - and you're not even running any applications yet. Some people just don't have that amount of time to piss away, though.
So you say being a disgustingly fat pig is genetics' fault?
Newsflash Sherlock: You're fat if your energy intake is greater than your energy spending. The End.
I have an idea!
Each year, they should look at the number of accidents. If you had none, you don't pay _any_ insurance. If you had one, you pay a one time fee as high as the damage you caused.
Maximum optimisation insurance!
3) Number of hard stops
Yeah, because what we need the most - besides people who do everything to save a penny - is said people to think about their money first when they encounter a dangerous situation where they _have_ to brake hard. Driving like a turtle on Valium doesn't eliminate other stupid drivers.
I, too, have transcended the need to see a motor and gear operating. However, I'm required to keep my car fit for public traffic. If it's broken and I can't fix it myself, I don't come up with an armchair diagnosis and then run off to the first forum I find on the Internet in a crappy attempt to handle the situation myself.
I go to a fucking repair shop.
But nooo, criminally negligent operation of an Internet connection is perfectly OK and don't you dare to attack the ignorant unique snowflake. Also, fuck the local PC industry, Mr. unique snowflake can perfectly handle this. With MAC addresses on the Internet and all that.
The next time you have to delete another spam mail, thank the OP.
For the record: logs from a consumer router imitation mean jack shit.
They stuff all these sophisticated "attack detections" into these crappy devices that constantly bark at pure background noise so the customer feels he bought a good product because it's "constantly fending off the bad guys".
It's all fucking bullshit. You can't defend from a DoS at the edge device that's being hit because the packets already saturated your line when they hit it and there's nothing you can do about it.
My guess about the "article": Clueless armchair admin sees his suckass router barking at him and is making up some elaborate attack scenario because he knows shit.
The worst religious country - whose religion preaches love thy neighbor - actually has the worst social care? Color me surprised. Or maybe not.
Because that's the current generation of armchair admins for you. Either that, or his "live production system" is really just his basement porn server.
You'd be surprised how many people do backups but never test restore.
In the name of all Germans I want to apologize for this. It was a huge mistake...
Liberties going down the drain, secret laws, secret courts, secret prisons, killing people without any trial, but at least we still have stupid nerd jokes in the form of funny HTTP headers.
Haha, I'm so not laughing.
Stop writing. Just stop.
Private keys are not sent anywhere, ever. If someone is generating your private key for you, in a browser nonetheless, you are doing PKI wrong. Period.