On this topic, do you have a screenshot of the vulnerability rating(that you posted). It's since been upgraded or swapped. I'm trying to figure out when it was updated.
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What? Anal? Fisting? The CEO blackmailing you? You guys at salesforce need to quit.
They don't give a shit about Christ or the Anti-Christ or the mark of the beast. All they care about are cows and rubbing burnt cow shit on their foreheads every so often at Temple.
All other interests are either in IT gadget's or what's the best weapon to kill a muslim.
This is a non-issue for them. I'm sure they'll think it's fun, until they realize their new leader is muslim and surprisingly has every tool necessary to exterminate them. But let's let them figure that out on their own. I'm sure they'll be fine.
If they charge you to buy the game, and charge you to play the game(monthly), them balking at gold farmers doesn't hold water. It doesn't disturb an economy to acquire wealth. Somebody earned it doing something.
The only reason why these companies should be pissed is because it saves the users time, thereby possibly shorting their monthly subscription. Some people's time is worth more to them than dicking around grinding for gold. In fact, if you are charging a monthly fee, that would mean that the majority of your users would save money buying rather than grinding.
It smells alot like sudden "morality" of gambling, sex, and drugs. Governments don't want you to buy it unless you're buying it from them. Then it's A-Okay.
If your online game creates an actual economy, you don't get to pick and choose what that market will become. It's supply and demand. If you make users spend days grinding to buy a mount or weapon, then you can damn skippy figure out that spending 20 bucks will save them 16 hours of wasting their lives.
You don't see much do you. I'm sure that will help you during the coming war.
If a technology can easily be used by someone as dim-witted as a reporter, it's too late. The pee isn't coming out of the pool. You cannot undo the damage, assuming that there is any in the first place.
I don't believe in intellectual property for infinite resources. These copyrights, patents, trade secrets, and trademarks were created to protect finite resources so humans would not have conflict over who owns what and kill each other.
There is nothing lost here. The movie will still be released. People will still see it. The data he watched in no way affects their resource.
Because I know how to make a cup of coffee doesn't mean that others can't know how to make a cup of coffee. There is no legal good maintained by this.
The question of ownership of an intangible infinite resource such as knowledge isn't even a question. It's insane and beyond a slippery slope.
The fact is that when it comes to property, it is either a finite contentious resource or it isn't property.
The fact is that when it comes to controlling information, it is either secret or it isn't.
And dat is it. Natural law is my witness.
So they didn't shut down 911 for a movie, but so AT&T could collect VOIP fees by selling all their equipment on ebay? Somebody is completely full of shit.
This would kinda fall under the uses of the Patriot Act. No oversight, no warrant, no problem. Enjoy the fascism. We sheep have earned it.
And if they were servers with muslim beheadings of Americans, the FBI would...piss themselves because they'd get their fruitcake asses blown up. Isn't Al-jazeera still online?
Thanks guys. I know McCain sucked, but seriously? You elect a natural born Kenyan whose own mother couldn't fight the muslims off her twat?
Citrix Netscaler. All high end web hosting companies use it. If you are thinking about Foundry or a custom linux box, don't. You'll see the limitations after it's implemented- and by then you'll be screwed.
Linked In is mined by Headhunters for positions. I get an unsolicited offer every week from there. They are good jobs too, I'm just not in the market atm. The rest are for vanity. I have no use for them.
I also prefer to be under the radar. But it's useful for posting my resume(of sorts) and remembering all the people I meet in IT. It's a small world in IT, and the people at the top will eventually meet or work with each other again. It's not a maybe, but a certainty. So I find it useful.
Wow, first post I've read and I want to set this fruitcake on fire. So, you think that the people that run the infrastructure of the entire school should do what a professor or associate professor says because.. they work for you? No dorkass. You and the IT department work for the University, which means that you work for the students. You know- the people with money aka Not you.
I've worked at a place that was exactly as you had described and wished. It's at a school in a founding father's home town. The IT department there would also suck any dick from a professor, thereby crashing the entire system weekly. I learned alot from that experience. First- professors profess. Second- Engineer's engineer. And third- my doctor knows and is responsible for about as my IT as you are.
In short, when you go to McDonald's and order a Whopper with Cheese- do they tell you to go fuck yourself too? Cause that's how real businesses are run douchebag. Wake up. You aren't and never have been in control. The only people with more power AND RESPONSIBILITY than IT is the electric company.
Got damn I hate some professors. It's like trying to teach a Mac user how to repair a computer.
And since we'll be launching nuclear weapons from space and not bullets, I'd say that Hiroshima and Nagasaki are the proper analogies. And yes, those weapons did end the war.
Citrix licenses are $12,000 for 20 concurrent connections. If Windows 7 is a tosser as well, then the only thing Citrix gets is an education on freenx and Linux. It's a pleasant fiction though.