Get a new additional ISP connection just for email, or host somewhere.
US culture and Mexican culture have more in common than US and Chinese and India cultures. There is a lot of US culture influence into Mexican culture, for example TV shows and movies, Christmas stuff, etc. This means that Mexican workers and managers are more likely to understand American's way of work than people from China and India. Both countries also have almost the same timezones, so there is a big overlap in working hours. This facilitates meeting hours. No more 6 AM and 8 PM meetings. If you have to go to visit the factory, you're only 2 to 6 hours away, not 20 hours o more.
Don't believe me, it looks like a very small company. They sell "contact center on the cloud", telephony and IVR solutions. May be asterisk based. http://www.ifone.com.mx/produc...
They can just advertise iPhone as "The Phone from Apple its name we can't name, but you know which one it's"
One of my college professors made us to put away notebooks and everything. He said: "Don't distract yourself by taking notes, play attention, focus on understanding, EVERYTHING you're seeing on the black(white)board is on your textbook." It really worked well. The class subject was: "Electricity and Magnetism"
separsons writes "A group of French scientists are developing a nuclear reactor that burns up actinides — highly radioactive uranium isotopes. They estimate that 'the volume of high-level nuclear waste produced by all of France’s 58 reactors over the past 40 years could fit in one Olympic-size swimming pool.' And they're not the only ones trying to eliminate atomic waste: Researchers at the University of Texas in Austin are working on a fusion-fission reactor. The reactor destroys waste by firing streams of neutrons at it, reducing atomic waste by up to 99 percent!"
My OS classes kicked back from the past right into my mind... Even as root or it equivalent on any other OS. I think the "right" and polite behavior for root is: "You may kill any process, but you should not be able to modify the content of any process or thread that it is not your own or that you directly spawned". Because this is actually what happens with this exploit. You insert code into the cache, that when executed it does something like jumping into some other code that does the nasty stuff. Right?
Answering myself. If the cache is altered, the CPU should rise a flag saying something has happen. I am not sure how the cache works, but I imagine the cache is a table with the address of the value it has cached in one side, and the actual value on the other. If this is the case, who to blame depends if the compiler has any control over the cache, if the cache is hardwired. Or both!
Please pardon my ignorance, but isn't this as much linux compiler fault and it is Intel fault? Can you as a programer, decide what goes into the cache and what not?