I think you're really not giving enough credit to those in charge of security auditing in the DoD. First, this may be the way the general likes to explain it, but I don't think it's entirely true, that their tactic is based on security through obscurity. Second, I don't believe those in charge of the auditing would let something as simple as not having the right device to read an old floppy foil their intrusion attempt. It may be old, but I'm willing to bet it's just as secure now as it ever was.
Anyone have a recommended replacement service?
Not sure if you're aware or not, in Vegas they are piloting a system that does this for taxi drivers. As soon as the cab gets close enough to anything in front of it, the driver's seat vibrates to hell. (x10 if it's a pedestrian in front) It's annoying even as a passenger. Especially if you're sitting behind the driver and your knees have to touch the seat.
Well isn't it theirs to do with as they please?
The training is for the benefit of the trainees;
Well that's pretty universal isn't it?
2TB USB HDD connected directly to the WDTV.
I like mine too. The only actual complaint I have is that you can't navigate through music menus by Artist > Album > Songs. Only either Artist > Songs, or Album > Songs. The UI could be a little less sluggish but for what I paid I'm pleased.
Can someone explain to me the benefit of an internet kill switch? And how DHS is the appropriate department for its implementation?
Wear a helmet.
Damn commies. Totally against the capitalist principals that have made American auto manufacturers so successful over the years.
Doesn't anyone know open source means all the hackers can just go right in and edit your car's source code?
Was anything more discovered from this? I would assume the incidents are unrelated, and if we don't hear anything about the SEC packages, they were false alarms.
The ones with blow holes?
But then I'll actually have to work
Not to mention when it's contractors coming and going, new contractor has to seek out previous incumbent for source. The guy who had those files doesn't work for that company anymore.