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Comment: Re:Uh this isn't news... (Score 1) 293 293

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.

Comment: Re:Hardware Locking (Score 1) 111 111

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.

Comment: Re:yeah yeah (Score 1) 53 53

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.

What about
3) Create a trusted MITM proxy for all these devices. Browsers only see the higher-security proxy.

Comment: Re:Looks like a case of poor research (Score 1) 187 187

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