That "Dilbert" isn't fiction.
Yeah, I can see some kind of Jurassic Park scenario playing out when they try this, and with our luck it will occur in Winnipeg, which is renowned for the size, voracity and general thuggishness of its female mosquito population.
I have little doubt we'll wind up with packs of mosquitoes sporting flannel shirts, Doc Martens and schnozz spikes the size of a rhino horn, along with the general demeanor of a Conservative whose wife just left him for an environmentalist.
The FBI has a track record that makes the Keystone Cops look competent by comparison.
...that the chip's hard-wired back door leads to an agency using Cyrillic letters for its initials rather than English ones.
This little circus shows security-conscious potential customers something very important about Cyberlock: their first response to an issue affecting the customer's security is to attempt to punish the person who found it.
Seriously...who wants a company like that in charge of security? I'd like to see some lawsuits from existing clients over false advertising and failure to act as one would reasonably expect a security company to act.
If a Win 95 box failed to produce at least a few BSODs a week, especially when something really important was being done with it...now that would have been suspicious.
Any computer running a late-model Intel microprocessor and a Web browser using HTML5...is vulnerable to this attack.
Which brings a whole new depth of meaning to "Intel Inside".
A cynic might suspect that this is the automakers' response to the coming of the electric car, with its much lower maintenance costs.
A lot of Democrats knew perfectly well refusing to support the Iraq Invasion, having been handed cherry-picked intelligence apparently proving what we now know was deceitful nonsense, would be an electoral death sentence. And you know perfectly well the CIA was screaming bloody murder about the phonied-up garbage coming from Bush and his neo-con chickenhawks.
Are you always this dishonest, or do you have to work at it?
I just wanted to ask the post-Mission Accomplished George Bush: How's that "fight them over there so we won't have to fight them over here" strategy workin' out for ya, Sparky?"
Sadly, you've completely forgotten one of the most important elements of the show: BBC is commercial free. This gave the hosts incredible range to slag any car they didn't happen to like.
Try that on a show where just about all of the advertising revenue is coming directly from the auto industry and see what happens.
Does it come pre-hacked, or does each individual police force in your area have to rape it separately?
"The software analyzes input from such hardware as fingerprint scanners and infrared sensors to make sure that you are you and not some impostor, and then signs you in without requiring you to enter a password.
Fabulous. So in the Brave New World of Windows Hello, a "hacker" is a guy with an axe and a microwave.
And I'm the one they call "Lefty".
Funny how often these articles come from the country that brought "sox", "labor", "dialog" and "liter" to the English-speaking world.