In NC, the "storage floor" for all the backlogged records is sagging, threatening to collapse. Paper is not going to work.
Damaging what amounts to someone's garbage is a crime?
Uhhhh, no. He went with it. Whoosh?
That's terrible. But it's exactly the kind of thing you can expect from upgrading a production machine to a wholly new OS without taking, it would seem, even the most basic of preventative precautions. What you did was extremely foolish, and there are lessons to be learned.
The person you're shooting at needs to be on your property - it's what the "castle" part refers to. I know guns are hard, along with understanding laws. Please try to keep up.
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No. No it's not.
I'd recommend a decent admin. An admin who, having to leave password authentication enabled for whatever reason, fails to secure his machines with good passwords (which is what this bug exploits) isn't competent to administer such "mission critical" hardware.
It's a pretty threadbare joke. It's also redundant.
Trans-genre?! Christ, what's next?!
Sorry, misread SSL!
I'm certain ssh would fall under any ban; RSA and the others would be specifically targeted.