Too many vulnerable routers without patches available. If someone came up with a way to plug the vulnerability by exploiting it, Kudos. I say leave it there unless you CAN patch it, then do that instead.
If they later abuse it, then reset your router.
Merchants are on the hook when a fraudulent purchase is made, with a NEW style card, but the merchant hasn't updated to a new style reader.
Issuers are on the hook when a fraudulent purchase is made with an OLD style card.
There really isn't any room for debate on the issue. To share that access with law enforcement, means eventually someone outside of law enforcement will get their hands on it. Then it's an unstoppable mess.
As soon as we are able to hold sites accountable for letting ad networks use their site for distributing malware, and scams then we can discuss not blocking. Until then your ad better be hosted by the site itself, and non-intrusive, and legitimate.
Required should be no more than a handful of things unless you are willing to pay a kings ransom' Beneficial/Favorable can be a mile long. Also in tech the education requirement needs to ALWAYS have 'Or Equivalent' experience. Otherwise you will interview the the Doctorate who hasn't touched a computer in 10 years and ignoring the self taught whiz right out of the box. A handful of employers have skipped over me because I lack a degree as if a degree in technologies from 25 years ago would be beneficial in some way?
The skills are so different they don't benefit from each other.
Front End Devs need UI and ascetics as well as general programming skills.
Back end Devs need business logic, database, and general programming skills.
Knowledge of the elemental composition of plastics, or knowledge of resistor band codes won't come in handy in either.