I assume the password was for decrypting a password-protected PDF. Just a guess.
If you don't salt your hashes, you're less likely to rust the undercarriage.
send them an email with a link (containing a random hash that's indexed to that user in the DB) to verify the email address
Did you read before replying?
I'm not sure if it's even licensing fees. It's Cablecard. You need end-to-end DRM, including drm-ed media files and HDCP to the screen. So most of the things you or I might want to do with a DVR is much more complicated on a computer (like watching a recording from another device, transcoding, etc.)
For OTA or Clear-QAM, there are a LOT of great options.
Did you even look for alternatives? The HDHomerun with MythTV is a great option for OTA broadcasts (and Clear QAM cable). It's only Cablecard's DRM and recording rules that makes a DRM-supporting OS and media format a requirement.
Well..technically with an HDCP stripping device (Illegal in the US due to DMCA), you can connect a cable box to a gaming HDMI recorder device and have a nice convoluted setup.
Because Microsoft has a history of releasing half-finished software and stripping a ton of features last-minute. Remember the promises of WinFS? Windows 8 shipped with a control panel that had just a few icons and then everything else was in the "other" (Windows 7-style) control panel.
You press the Windows key and start typing "not" and press enter when it pops up as the first result. Same as Windows Vista and 7.
I never noticed that. You're right - it's nearly identical. It just has the font anti-aliasing (and better kerning as a result) and the higher DPI that's needed to make it work well.
The only thing required to make either one a "true" CLI is that there be a command line that lets you interface with things. It does not have to be a core piece of the OS to fit the definition. Otherwise, you could say that Linux distros don't have a true GUI.
So any DNS you use could do this.
But they actually own an ad network to put the data to use.
There are only two possible real world outcomes:
1) people will re-enable HTTP administration and start sending their passwords cleartext on their LANs
2) the very people in companies who do security work will be running outdated browsers, on purpose, to connect to their gear.
3) Create a trusted MITM proxy for all these devices. Browsers only see the higher-security proxy.
He's providing a service- buying up generic phrases so that businesses are forced to actually use creativity and not use a boring name. Not a very profitable thing, since nobody should buy them.
So you bought it? Have fun with it. It's your money.
No, it's retroactive. From the first flight, their tanks will be gaining fuel in midair - making up fuel lost in the last 100 years without this coating.
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