Couldn't we say the same about anyone reading / commenting on slashdot this morning?
Yes, this article is much more lame than it first seemed. Sniffing keystrokes is most useful for stealing passwords. But these guys actually have a horrible accuracy and need to use dictionary based prediction to guess words, which won't work for any reasonable passwords.
Don't worry, since it's so easy, Google is donating its engineering resources to implement IPv6 for any company that wants it.
I'm sure these intelligent beings would treat humans just as ethically as we treat other less intelligent animals. Get ready for life on a factory farm or in a research lab cage.
E=mc^2 isn't exactly "remedial science". Sure many people have heard of that equation and could tell you what the letters stand for...but that's more from a remedial history standpoint than any sort of scientific understanding of the equation, its uses, or its implications. 13 yr olds definitely don't need this equation.
For those who don't have time to read all the code...
You're right. Maybe some iPhone customers are willing to pay $50 for a form letter, but not me.
That's not exactly true. There's a huge demand for inline network encryption and cross domain filtering devices that DO allow Secret/Top Secret data to go out on insecure public networks. For example, products like this