Google is working on enabling OpenPGP-encrypted e-mail for Gmail with a Chrome extension: https://github.com/google/end-...
Or you can have it on Firefox right now with enigmail. Or well, you could. Maybe it doesn't work any more. I had nobody to exchange encrypted email with, so I no longer have it installed.
Not mine, when I get up the prox card reader sees that I am not near the workstation and instantly locks, it will not even offer an unlock until I am within proximity again.
Really cheap to put in place less than $10K for the whole company. and increases security 80 fold. Problem is most IT departments are not savvy enough to do it nor convince management that it's more important than a new Jaguar for the Director of marketing. Heck my old Dell laptop supported it.
If they connect anything that lives inside your network, at any time, or that even has a VPN connection your internal networks at any time, you have a security problem.
If they can physically do that, then you have a problem. I hear even Windows comes with IPSEC, maybe you could do something about that.
Note that you would not be able to charge the tablet at the same time.
Sure you can, just use an OTG Y-Cable.
Anyone else *kinda* sick of hearing about drones? And 3d printing... Don't get me wrong. It's cool stuff, but we've kinda beaten it to death at this point.
Hmmm... *skims summary* I know, let's talk systemd!
It is. Chrome OS, which is Linux is in wide spread use.
Yeah that doesnt work.
If it's sitting there on what looks like a normal login they will not hit CTL-ALT-DEL they will just type away. Hell it's hard to not get users to open up every single attachment no matter where it comes from or to not click on every pop up window they get.
I'm gonna insert my reply to an earlier comment of yours here to save me time and space, and because it's a good preface to my reply to this comment anyway:
in other words, they are taxed on the stuff they should be taxed on,
No, these dodges should not exist.
and they are smart enough to not pay taxes they dont have to
Yes, you have this part right.
And now, my reply to this comment:
and if you burden corporations with higher taxes, the consumer pays more as the costs are passed down to the consumer
in the end, the people pay the taxes one way or another
No, you have this badly wrong. If you make corporations pay their taxes, then the costs are passed down to the consumers of their products. But if you don't, then the costs are passed down to every citizen.
I think you have to give a lot of the credit credit to high-quality software.
I think you have to give basically all of the credit to the people who do the interfaces. That's the only place where Apple ever seems to have a clear advantage, the very early G5 era aside.
they have that law in my state when driving a car, it does not stop people from plastering the phone up against their head anyways.
It creates a zone of protection from Tyranny...
Something that you guys have been known to practice. Clean up your act first, then come back and talk about encryption.
And WSPR is only the beginning, there are other modes coming down the pipeline that are almost magical/spooky. pulling useable information out of what seems to be background noise.
Exactly. A franchise fee is simply a legal "doing business kickback"
No it's to avoid people looking like idiots with a tablet against their head.
Problem is it seems that that is the trend lately with idiots having a tablet pressed to their head. Watched a low IQ woman driving down the road with a big ass Fad-let stuck to her head side swipe a pickup truck because she could not see past the stupidly large phone pasted against her head.