FWIW, I tried changing "echo vulnerable" to "whoami" and it didn't work. In fact, it segfaulted!
Maybe a path issue? Try it with
On the system I tested, I do get a segfault but only after it has run the command. It's definitely not limited to built-in commands; "/usr/bin/man bash" worked just fine.
Windows cant power the laptop up.
Technically, no. But Windows (or Linux) can program a wake-up alarm into the RTC chip. See for example http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/ACPI_Wakeup .
That was a merciless thing to do to a clam.
Let's also not forget that North Korea successfully launched a satellite into a stable polar orbit (higher than the ISS). That first payload was a bit of a dud, but they have a proven ability to send a package over any part of the Earth's surface.
Just a reminder that the terrorist pilots entered the US through Canada.
Does the rock also keep tigers away? Because if so, SOLD!
The words 'Elon Musk' and 'Loop' make me think of the Lofstrom variety, not underground tunnels.
Attending the session was Madiha R Tahir, a journalist studying a language course at the university. She asked the squirming recruiters a few uncomfortable questions about the activities of NSA: which countries the agency considers to be 'adversaries', and if being a good liar is a qualification for getting a job at the NSA.
Following her, others students started to put NSA employees under fire too. A recording of the session is available on Tahir's blog.
Ferdinant Magellan did it in 1520.
No, Magellan only made it as far as the Philippines and then he was killed. It was Juan Sebastian Elcano who completed the voyage.
User Friendly did it first.
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