If it's something like an Ironkey, it can be set to destroy the data after a number of failed attempts.
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I was using it more as a descriptive word, and because it simplifies the sentence.
I'm sure every ping on a port scan counts as a failed attack here.
I should be allowed to sell my vote.
Then everyone will think they _can_ code. Sort of like everyone who's ever made a web page for a class thinks they're a computer programmer.
And somehow that is more relevant than actually quoting what he said. For all I know, they arrested him because his post "had nothing to do with sports."
...take out the next chav...
That's awful nice of you to treat them to dinner.
I remember, as I perused the promissory note, I was told I would get a copy so I could read it later. Fat lot of good that does me AFTER I sign it.
All you would need is your own massive 230-foot dish antenna and a 400-kilowatt transmitter
In that case, yes. Yes, I could.
By "pulling it off" I meant, "actually managed to kill someone." Probably not the best phrase, but I didn't get as far as even considering them getting away with it.
Imagine some of the answers they found to those questions on Yahoo. I can't believe they pulled it off after asking the Internet.
sometimes the individual must be sacrificed for the greater good.
The greater good.
"Based on the mathematical constant number that represents the ratio between the circumference and the diameter of a circle"
In case you're reading slashdot and don't know what pi is.
No need. As it turns out, taking sleeping pills increases your odds of getting hit by a bus.