Read The Fine Article. Serial ports on storage systems aren't connected to the Internet either. (sigh)
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You could do interesting things to my car via the OBD-2 port, but I don't lose any sleep over that either. Rapid7 is a security products vendor. EVERYTHING they do is to further their interest in SELLING PRODUCTS. (Nothing wrong with that.) But I am damn tired of security product vendors telling me the sky is falling.
This is a great idea. Let's call this file "hosts"! Now, where to put it?
And sometimes the chips are even genuine!
Not only are they not posted here because they are not relevant to the story, if they were, they'd be yanked by the mods in seconds.
Oh, even better. What root CA is signing off on
Yet again, because people have no g*d damn clue how SSL works, we have to live with encryption that, in practice, is TOTALLY MEANINGLESS!
More later. This is a stub.
Perhaps you didn't read all of my comment. Go f*ck yourself. There is not a single word you can say that I would put any value in whatsoever. You are a despicable pandering leach, a festering boil on the buttocks of society, the worst kind of lying shill. You're a two-bit whore. You're not good enough to be truly evil so you cling to those that are masters. You bring no value to anything. You are a waste of skin.
That, and SCOTUS has not had their say. APIs are NOT a creative expression. APIs are purely functional.
No, I'm sorry, but if the vendor of a privacy product lies about how the product was developed, why would you trust them? The first thing you buy with a product like this is trust.
If you are not good enough for Pamela Jones (PJ), you are not good enough for me.
Really, who is responsible for this train wreck? Is the Slashdot editorial staff all twenty-somethings now? Read GrokLaw, you idiots.
Oh, you want a question? Here's one. Hey Florian Mueller. When is there a good time to tell you to go f*ck yourself? Is now good? GO F*CK YOURSELF!
>Something got really scrambled between the scientists and the copyrighters.
You don't need to buy Micros to get your hands on that data!
(Hint: Micros has suffered some really bad breaches in the past, basically hanging their customers out to dry.)
The components of Android that Oracle is having a problem with is app level interfaces, not the totality of the Android hardware. Hardware drivers are clearly out-of-scope.
I can be creative in solving a math problem, but the expression itself I create is purely functional. You cannot copyright a process, only creative expressions.