You clearly have never lived in Baltimore. DwB isn't an offense here, and you're more likely to be pulled over and searched and/or beat down being a white person in the wrong neighborhood.
You've clearly never lived in Baltimore.
We cycle users systems on a 3-4 year basis. Do most of our users have home systems that are far more impressive? Yes, and some of our users have a server rack of their own equipment at home too. That i5 Dell laptop with 8GB RAM, encrypted HDD/SSD, AV, log monitoring and reporting, etc; isn't likely going to perform as fast as the six core w/HT i7 you're running at home with a RAID 0 of new SSDs and a GTX 770, but it works well enough to get the job done. If your users are still using 8 year old hardware, there are probably other issues at play too.
Nah man. If he's a hipster, we'll just tell him we're using stuff that's obscure and the potential employees have probably never heard of them. I don't think that z/OS or IBM i are going mainstream anytime soon (well, not to the consumer world...)
If you're smart, you don't assume the cloud is secure, and you don't store anything that's sensitive there. But that assumes the people making decisions are smart. I'm not saying the cloud providers shouldn't care about security, on the contrary, since users should be watching for breaches they should be trying that much harder.
Actually, I am more interested in their network security. All of their data leaks seem to be inside people more so then the network itself was compromised.
You poor thing. I just spent two weeks working with an IBM 5250 on our AS/400..so I may feel some of your pain....
Well, for some companies anyway...working for a network security company I have confidence in our network.
Well....I would stick with OPEN LOOK just to be sure.
I commonly use XDMCP because it's simply easier and faster for a handful of the systems I work with (given, the SGI's are quite slow by today's standards...). Also trying to explain that to some Windows people when they insisted they needed to install Oracle DB on Solaris systems (they wanted me to tell them how to get a remote GUI on Solaris 9 and 10) it was far easier to point them to XDMCP.
Mind if I ask which porting project you were a part of? There used to be quite a bit of X11 implementations.
So, what exactly is impacted here? Are all X11 implementations affected, or just XFree86 and X.org? I'm seeing SGI sources listed as impacted, which would point to any X11 implentation that uses GLX being impacted (including Xsgi on my IRIX systems), and seeing the age of the bug, I would imagine it would be more proper to point to things based on XFree86 rather then X.org. People forget that X11 is bigger then X.org, and the X.org team wasn't always the only game in town (if they didn't have a monopoly we wouldn't be arguing about Wayland....).
I've had either this or something similar appear on my AMD box at home (FX-8120, 16GB RAM, 990FX Chipset).
As someone with a very public anti-MS stance, I'll admit that I've had good results come back with Bing. If a GIS doesn't bring back what I'm looking for, Bing will. It's just their general web search that I can't get used to.
Also, Bing's video search is far ahead of Google's
And what has Durov done that was traitorous or cowardly?
And for that matter, Snowden was a patriot, and far from a coward. A coward would have kept his mouth shut.