Doesn't mean you SHOULDN'T use a good KDF like scrypt of course, but remember that these "honey accounts" can give you more information. If your data is stolen you want to know about it as soon as possible for all sorts of reasons. If someone breaks in and steals your super-safe account database, you still have a problem you want to detect and fix; the break-in itself. This can be one more layer in that protection.
You'd do it because salted passwords are falling to increasing GPU power. It's a brand new world.
Oh, Obama. You're no President Bartlet, that's for sure.
Your attempted argument is so one-dimensional and simple-minded it just makes me sad.
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 122.283/122.950/123.868/0.605 ms
Can someone please change the "anonymous reader writes" to "The paid shill Florian Mueller? Thanks.
[...] it will be offset by the surge from firing up coal or gas stations to restore electricity supplies afterward.
Sure, because power plants usually shut down for an hour here and there due to lessened demand. What sort of retard wrote this crap?
The paper doesn't disclose the brands.
Well, it's a directed graph. Someone linking to google/facebook/twitter doesn't necessarily help you get from there back to the page with the outgoing link.
Takes time to figure out how to do "SELECT date,text FROM twitters WHERE user_id=num;" #webscale #nosql
Few details, but if he's talking about a box that's actually running games, I have to say I think they're going about this the wrong way. I think they should try solve the problem "How do we bring gaming from your already existing personal computer in another room, to your local devices (TVs, tablets)". Think "short range OnLive", creating a bridge between the computer and the display and sound output/controller input. You could even (for not so resource intensive games) run multiple instances on the SAME computer and have the I/O going to different devices, allowing separate-device multiplayer that way.
If they think they can 'take on MS and Sony' then sure the spoils from a stand-alone box would be greater, but I think growing the existing costumer base makes more sense than trying to build a new one. If you're spending a lot of money on steam, it's because you already have hardware to play games on. You don't need or necessarily WANT more hardware thingymajingies.
Last I checked you can't actually cast a negative vote, so you have to either abstain or vote FOR something.
A vote for Romney would hardly be a vote AGAINST Gitmo, etc.
Presumably this means they've announced the memory limits for Windows 8 somewhere? Windows 7 limits.
Sort of important if you want to know which version to get. I assume they're still segmenting.