The radiation-based tracking devices transmit too loudly and really are a death by torture device.
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That's dated April 1... April Fools Day. However, it was a joke that was taken seriously by the IPv6/TCP writers.
When some router sends packets in your direction you generally say "ACK" for it worked and "RST" for start over at a certain point... "NAK" means "I got it, but I don't like it, no more of that for me please!"
Firewalls can only stop traffic once it travels the line to your side... what would be better is to have a firewall at ISP side of the line to reject traffic you don't want so your line doesn't get overloaded but lets the good traffic through.
Really, what this allows routers to say "You're blocked, don't waste your bandwidth in my direction!"
Amazon's getting smart with wheeled vehicles delivering to the big cities where flight is impossible, and flying devices to deliver to spread out communities like farm land...
Thanks, I got that out of sequence. Point is... Compaq paid for DEC and then went bankrupt, HP saw value in that company like no one else did, then had to take a writeoff.
There's a solution to DDoS in IPv6 called the "NAK packet" which is a simple request for upstream routers to not relay any more traffic from the address or addresses that is sending the abusive data. Basically, it's like asking a firewall in between to rule out the bad data.
Now I see it... thanks.
Compaq was already dead, HP just picked up the rubble just like they did with DEC. HP now owns legacy contracts from both companies, and turned that into a typical Windows PC vendor.
Yep, the world leadership jobs are turning towards beautiful females who understand how to work a crowd... think Obama's stage shows mixed with somebody who looks like they belong in positions of beauty.
She led HP into the disaster of overpaying for Digital (DEC) so I wonder how she'd ever be able to handle the US Budget.
What's the problem here? With a capitalization difference, that's the title!
Just to make sure, is this officially licensed by Nintendo? If it is then it's a cool development, N64 games for HTML5 become possible. If not, then this won't last long.
Running into this fines repeatedly could cause PayPal to be redefined as a bank under law. States could code a list of banks and put PayPal on it.
Yep... this kind of contract could lead to understaffed warehouses... many of Amazon's warehouses are so close to the local UPS/FedEx offices that they share employees frequently.