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...and my ACKs!
This seems to be from 2006/7...
vm.mmap_min_addr = 0
on Ubuntu Karmic.
No, EFF's Deep Crack brute-forced 2^56 - a fair way from 2^64.
Ooh, that one made me quince.
To qualify, games must be written in Python.
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Sure beats car analogies! That aside, I think you've drawn an excellent parallel.
It's not just the ISP's fault, it's everybody's.
No, it is the ISP's fault. I don't advertise $50 solid gold toilet bowls, because I can't supply $50 solid gold toilet bowls. If the ISP can't supply unlimited bandwidth, then the ISP shouldn't advertise unlimited bandwidth.