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Comment: Re:Does it matter? (Score 2) 85

by X0563511 (#47975467) Attached to: Google Quietly Nixes Mandatory G+ Integration With Gmail

Personally the issue wasn't that Google knew my name (I'm sure they know a lot more than that) but that they made that information available to everyone who cared to look.

That left a bad taste in my mouth and I have since refused to touch G+ because of it, even though they did back out from that particular stance quite quickly.

Comment: Re:Just say block (Score 1) 223

by X0563511 (#47954537) Attached to: Google's Doubleclick Ad Servers Exposed Millions of Computers To Malware

You should get an ICMPv4 response with a type value of 3, and code value of 3.

RST happens when something borks up in an existing session, not in response to a SYN. (exception: when firewalls/NAT gateways are configured to reply with an RST, instead of dropping or ICMP).

Don't you kids know anything?

Comment: Re:And the speculation was completely off (Score 2) 187

The fact that to deliver the same development and certification process costs $1.6 billion less for SpaceX over Boeing is also interesting.

We won't really know this is true until it happens. I have high hopes for SpaceX - specifically I hope they can do much more with less. Either way though, this is a big win for everyone!

If you aren't rich you should always look useful. -- Louis-Ferdinand Celine