Sure, it's always been there, but it's gone to a whole new level since the "event".
Hey, I'm the one being bombarded with particles over here!
It's what the US has been living off since 9/11. They so completely surrendered to fear, it is utterly ridiculous.
referring to skeptics, not hackers...
Or we could just use a new name for them....I don't know, maybe:
Pick one of the above for a name and that's what we will use.
On twitter? what do you do, refresh the page 30 times/second for 2 hours?
Or just the drama-queens...namely, everybody.
He cut twice and both arms were still too short!
Totally. Those two arguments were living common-law.
On Windows 8.1, using IE [non-Metro], just visiting a website using the default configuration for security settings, lets it display the drivers that are installed, with version numbers, which presumably could also be uploaded to the server, without needing further interaction with the user [after clicking a link to go to that page].
You might as well just have the web browser directly publish the vulnerabilities...
Have you considered telling your elected officials? Most of them seem to be more of the "running around like a chicken with it's head cut off" variety.
"The group behind it isn't well-known but has delivered on recent smaller threats."
Except the 'recent smaller threats' are completely different, of the sending out email, posting torrents of private data.
To go, well, if they can successfully do that, they can also pull of some giant terrorist attack at a bunch of movie theatres is just stupid.
That's more of a "don't take on more than you can chew" story.
sorry, no. it's not "incidental"
It is being played on purpose [the music is specifically selected and played at specific times] AND it is a public performance. Particularly if it's webcast. Nevermind that it is being "broadcast" by a [generally, for-profit] company, the funeral home.
Because we want Poland for ourselves...