Has this guy not seen the Russian dash cam videos?
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At Least 700,000 Routers Given To Customers By ISPs Are Vulnerable To Hacking
Almost seems like it was on purpose.
the agency carries out the same illegal Computer Network Exploitation (CNE) operations that criminals and hackers do. Except they do it legally.
LOL, So... it is a crime, not because it is morally and ethically questionable, but because you told us it is, and you told us it's OK for you to do it.
"Driving is not about detecting, driving is a learned behavior," said Jen Hsun Huang, CEO of NVIDIA
It's about learning what to do with what you have detected, from position to collision detection is critical, then knowing what to do with that data is also critical.
At this point Apple has become synonymous with "insecure".
renders Apple's OSX operating system just as vulnerable to exploitation as Windows has been
Another arrow for my quiver, and I get to say I told you so.
Shit has always been insecure, remember? It relied on the fact almost no one used Apple "security through obscurity".
"But Yahoo says they think it's "the first step to eliminating passwords.""
And another in a long line of steps that remove any anonymity from the user.
Sure there is... partner with the SINO/Russian alliance, that's what is growing in the near future not the US.
I agree with him, he was %100 correct in this regard.
Only the bean counters would want to dabble in that banality.
Quieter, cheaper, safer, fly longer, just better.
You don't have the clearance for this thread.
NSA do poke their fingers into commercial interest.
Personally I think the majority of the work they do is related to finance in some fashion.
As much as Snowden is.
Hypothetical Scenario: I work as a coder for the NSA, I work with an extremely talented group, we code the latest, most aggressive malware available.
We make the Russians look like Girl Scouts.
How much do you think they pay me?
How much could I make selling the stuff I code at the NSA to various "businesses".
Does anyone in that position believe in nationalism?