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Comment: RFC 6238 or GTFO (Score 1) 47

by metamatic (#47318477) Attached to: Trivial Bypass of PayPal Two-Factor Authentication On Mobile Devices

This is part of why I don't bother to support half-assed roll-your-own 2FA systems like PayPal's, or stupid SMS-based schemes like Apple's. If you want to offer 2FA, offer me RFC 6238 so I can handle all my 2FA accounts in one convenient app and I know you didn't invent it yourself.

Mind you, I guess PayPal's programmers would have just implemented RFC 6238 client side and sent an extra parameter to say I'd got the code right.

Comment: Re:Not surprising (Score 4, Informative) 140

by metamatic (#46528401) Attached to: Google Android Studio Vs. Eclipse: Which Fits Your Needs?

Yup, I switched from Eclipse to IntelliJ IDEA for my regular Java development as well as Android.

It's faster, leaner, more helpful, and has a far less cluttered UI.

I just wish it wasn't $199, I'd totally buy a personal license for $99. (There's zero chance of my employer buying it for me.)

Comment: Re:How about for chromebooks? (Score 2) 165

by metamatic (#45849715) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best App For Android For Remote Access To Mac Or PC?

Quote: "Chrome Remote Desktop is fully cross-platform. Provide remote assistance to Windows, Mac and Linux users, or access your Windows (XP and above) and Mac (OS X 10.6 and above) desktops at any time, all from the Chrome browser on virtually any device, including Chromebooks."

So it sounds like it's supposed to work.

+ - How amateurs destroyed the professional music business->

Submitted by David Gerard
David Gerard (12369) writes "Here in the future, musicians and record companies complain they can't make a living any more. The problem isn’t piracy — it’s competition. There is too much music and too many musicians, and the amateurs are often good enough for the public. This is healthy for culture, not so much for aesthetics, and terrible for musicians."
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