The obviously count every single automatic attack on the sshd port, made from millions hacked zombie computers from all over the world, as 'data'. Not serious.
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digital is objectively more accurate.
but music isn't
Yes you're right there is never a zero risk. Only the remaining risks are imho more or less equal for all couples, homosexual or not.
If somehow both parties just stick to their partner the risks are much lower..
The risks are zero actually.
CM9 for the Nexus S is still alpha so you can't complain or compare until a stable release is available for either CM or Google.
The real flip side would be that there are hundreds of US right activists political persecuted in the US, emigrated to China and now targeted by the US government or army by phishing attacks. Did you ever heard from at least one of these mysterious activists?
You have forgotten the order of the record years
This is very unlikely random
And btw. random numbers means EXACTLY 'evenly' (uniform) distributed numbers.
So wine emulates Windows stupid behaviour? I see nothing new here.
Linux/Unix binaries are still not executable by default and this is still correct.
Btw. what does a wine emulated virus on a Linux/Unix system?
1) So what, every version of Windows since 95 has been like this, and in Linux, anything can be an executable. You can have any extension or no extension and run it.
No you can't. Nothing is executable on Linux/Unix as long the execution bit is not set. Further, any binary attached to an email or downloaded by ftp, http or whatever has the exectution bit off. So to run a binary on Linux/Unix you have to manually set it by hand. So a hotgirl.jpg.exe attached to an email or downloaded does nothing on Linux/Unix if you click on it even it's machine code for your OS.
From the article:
The irony here is that the formula language used by OpenOffice (and by other vendors) is based on that used by Excel, which itself was not fully documented when OpenOffice implemented it. So an argument, by Microsoft, not to support that language because it is not documented is rather hypocritical. Excel supports 1-2-3 files and formulas and legacy Excel versions (back to Excel 4.0) neither of which have standardized formula languages. Why are these supported? Also, the fact that the Microsoft/CleverAge add-in correctly reads and writes the legacy ODF formula syntax shows not only that it can be done, but that Microsoft already has the code to do it. The inexplicably thing is why that code never made it into Excel 2007 SP2.
CryoSat was an ESA satellite that was destroyed on launch October 8, 2005 when the second stage engine of a modified Russian SS-19 ICBM did not cut-off as planned. CryoSat was proposed in 1998 by Duncan Wingham of University College London. The satellite's planned three year mission was to survey natural and human driven changes in the cryosphere on Earth. It was designed to provide much more accurate data on the rate of change of the surface elevation of the polar ice sheets and sea ice thickness. It was the first ESA Earth Sciences satellite selected through open, scientific competition.
Mostly the shortest path is the best solution!
cat > hello.pl
Microsoft has patents on Compound TCP. The above patch is only for use in research.