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Cities don't license plumbers, painter, interior decorators, electricians, doctors, lawyers, nannies, or nurses. Even though these people need much more training.
In Australia, plumbers, electricians, doctors, nannies and nurses all need to be licensed. You're talking out your arse or you live in the wild west.
PGP isn't a standard, but S/MIME is. And S/MIME is implemented in plenty of serious mail clients, including mutt, Outlook, Apple Mail, Kmail, Thunderbird, and even web-based shit like Horde.
Outlook and Apple Mail have supported S/MIME for years, and the UI for using it is way nicer than any GPG plugin I've used. But the trouble is, no-one else uses it so I ended up only ever doing encrypted e-mail to/from my wife.
And you know why there was no good third-party content? Because the console was hard to squeeze maximum performance out of, but Sega didn't give anyone development libraries for it - just gave you a book of specs and left you to work it out. They went in the complete opposite direction with the Dreamcast - they gave you great libraries and almost no specs, so it was more like, here's the API, ignore what's behind it. You can't really say they were incapable of learning.
It's the same character for both in Chinese - you have to disambiguate if you want to be more specific. There are more goats than sheep in China, so it's usually translated as goat if not specific.
WPA is TKIP. It's a way of making the network more secure than WEP without requiring major hardware upgrades (uses the same RC4 cipher as WEP). WPA2 introduces AES encryption. IIRC there are known vulnerabilities that allow an attacker to inject packets into a WPA connection.
The clean C++ way to deal with that is to use RAII and have little helper objects that are there just for their destructors. It lets you return from any point in a function (or exit via an exception) and still have all your cleanup done. Of course it obfuscates flow even more than goto.
But who's prepared to pay more (even just in terms of ad impressions) just so they can see their cat pictures? No-one's arguing that security isn't essential for your bank or whatever, but all this "free" shit actually costs money to deliver, and encryption would make it cost more.
It is if you have constraints on server resources. Encryption costs CPU time, and it requires even more if you use forward security as people tend to since the Snowden revelations. If you're serving lots of public assets (think 4chan image CDN), requiring encryption would greatly increase the CPU resources you need.
Not really, it has a number of modifications, including dropping mandatory encryption.
You only need physical access to the Commbox from to a single car to extract encryption keys that can be used to steal many cars. That's the flaw. The cellular base station emulators are readily available.
The set of characters available still depends heavily on the language settings of the OS.
I'd learned to hate MS Outlook after having to use it at four jobs in a row. Then my next employer didn't want to pay for Outlook, so we all had to use Thunderbird. I learned to miss how much less shit Outlook had been. It's like there's a competition to make the worst email client.
That's called a "bum bag" in other countries.