Fast forward... election results: a democrat or republican will win
But just imagine a current attack vector today:
* Remotely infecting a personal computer -- Demonstrated, publicly available
* Tethered infection of PC to mobile phone -- Demonstrated, publicly available
* Bluetooth infection of common SOCs on pacemakers -- Not published
* Pacemaker delivery of ill effects to user -- Demonstrated, details not public
As more consumer-friendly devices are produced that have a close connection to humans and are marketable, the number of attack vectors increases.
Does anyone remember the days when you might expect one of the comments here to provide an analysis of MA laws and find the line that makes their "corporations are exempt" argument void?
I know, right, and it was like: hey what are all you new people here doing with these 4-digit user IDs?
After joining Mensa, you get invited to plenty of card games, speeches and nerd discussions. But you're still dealing with the general public.
Now, if there was a second test... where then only let in people that care about their appearance, maintain good eye contact, have a modicum of physical fitness, then I would definitely like to join that inner circle.
How is this different than SlingBox?
And yes, this is the correct way to deter behavior. Rather than another cease and desist which is probably based on no more legal authority than "I'm wearing a badge"
That sounds like a great response from the police...
And what exact public law is being broken now?
This is correct. MD5(salt + data). Salt is same for EVERY MD5 operation. Create the file and then delete the salt, done. This is called keying.
Hey that's cute, does anyone remember XUL from last decade?
I think that one is easy... just ask him "Have you ever received an National Security Letters?". There are only two responses to that question: "No" or NULL.
If this was possible, a likely target would be the FBI's auction of Silk Road Bitcoins:
Speaking on behalf of Slashdot, the nerds and computer enthusiasts, we ask:
"How did he get caught?"
IPV6 is like the iPhone *c and *s models that everyone skips while waiting for the next version -- not enough new features, the current one is good enough, and "polycarbonate" doesn't that just mean "plastic"?
> The customer service rep actually told me I should use Redbox Instant instead
Please provide these logs. This is newsworthy.
It is audio exfiltration, not audio infection. Not very oh-my-god stuff here.