It's shocking that an organization like the MPAA is afflicted with such hubris that they would consider such underhanded tactics. In other news, the sky is blue.
Slashdot was created to tell the world about the fabulous world of super efficient solar cells that never make it to market, not security silly bunny.
I don't mind the hyperbole, it's the bathos I fear!
It's like watching a poor soul on life support begging to be let go. Slashdotters, do the right thing, pull the plug and move on with your lives. Sticking to the topic though, I'm very interested in seeing this movie.
I've seen these lines of inquiry turn violent!
hehe, I have trouble looking at the changelogs let alone the code
I guess ignorance is bliss, I was thinking openssl was a nice simple protocol that made everything 100% secure. It's nice living in my bubble where nothing can harm me! :).
P.S. I always thought the arc of the Covenant was in AtheOs. :P
Is this a remote exploit? Does this mean my client can be overrun if a server throws me a bad packet or two? I guess my other question is, how can the most utilized utility on a system still have unchecked overflows? It has to have been audited about a trillion times? Please help, half assed linux admins want to know!
Like a speaker saying "Heeeeeeeeeeeeey Watch Your ASS!!!" repeating until you shut the car down.
and water. The question is is implicitly answered and thus moot
Sounds like a typical holywood movie premis.
If the word "supercomputer" wasn't there, the article wouldn't be modded up. The point of the post is otherOS++. It's great to get the capability to run linux again AND be able to go online, frag some friends and get all your personal information stolen. Supercomputer, probably not, super cool hack, for sure!
Or at least the slashdot crowd would be intelligent enough to not mod them up
... hehe, I used "slashdot crowd" and "intelligent" in the same sentence.
Lunch is a break, time to get away from the hustle and bustle of work. When at work, you get 100% of me during work hours, the rest is legally mine (at least in my mind