By this logic slaves can also just walk away.
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Sounds like a job for tomato.
Because I have no control over the specifications.
I wonder how they test. Some sites that I manage return the user to the homepage on a hack attempt or unrecoverable error resulting in a 200 return. Would they consider such a system as hacked, since they got a 200 OK return, or not.
To easy to fail.
And in what meaningful way would that be different than an up to date Vista?
It would be amazing if they can get a patent on that.
What is there to stop this in countries that already have nukes. You know that some of those countries consult "IMAGINARY" friends for advice too.
If that happened, then countries selling oil will have most of the gold in the world. What happens if they do not want to sell it back. Where would you get the gold needed to buy oil.
You do not have to store the info on their server, you can just enter every time you want to make a purchase.
My old Dlink 2640 from 2007 had WPA2.
You forgot Hitler.
This is more like Child-proofing. You will be surprised what a 5 year old can do.
This only works if your RAM/cach is greater than the data accessed. Which works great for CD, but not so great for multi-GB VM images.