“The Ebury backdoor deployed by the Windigo cybercrime operation does not exploit a vulnerability in Linux or OpenSSH,” continued Léveillé. “Instead it is manually installed by a malicious attacker. The fact that they have managed to do this on tens of thousands of different servers is chilling. While anti-virus and two factor authentication is common on the desktop, it is rarely used to protect servers, making them vulnerable to credential stealing and easy malware deployment.”
(how did we get into Iraq in the first place? Afghanistan? The only vote I remember is the one that allowed George W. Bush the power to do anything he wanted to kill all dem terrerists using whatever means necessary, and I wasn't asked for my opinion on that one)
If you can't measure it, it isn't proven but that doesn't mean it isn't true. Radiation for example didn't suddenly blink into existence the first time it was measured.
The difference is that no one claimed radiation or x-rays existed until evidence of them was discovered.
Is it not natural for someone seeking the truth behind everything to seek out religion for areas where there will always be gaps?
No it is not. If you are looking for the truth it doesn't make sense to turn to superstition for it.
Voting is our right and our duty therefore we must vote for someone
"Free" is more complex, more subtle, more difficult to achieve, and -- on the upside -- vastly more beneficial to long-term GDP growth.
In theory, however in reality you can see what government intervention in economics achieves simply by looking at the problems in the US economy right now.