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Comment: Re:Oh, man, what a mess (Score 1) 151

by pnutjam (#46756385) Attached to: Private Keys Stolen Within Hours From Heartbleed OpenSSL Site
I don't see what the point of that article is? Sure, lots of people were requesting certs. I saw their site slow to a crawl, from 30 seconds to 5 or 10 minutes to get the page to load so I could request certs.

They did not however, change any of their intermediate trust chain certs. I don't see Commodo really did anything except issue certs as requested, like always.

Comment: Re:And the attempt to duplicate their efforts resu (Score 1) 447

by pnutjam (#46739797) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem
you guys are down the rabbit hole. Who really cares about the illegal war as it relates to dropbox. Sure she bent the truth, but it was pretty will obsfucated and deniable. Sure she had knowledge of and tried to justify illegal torture, but nobody is being prosecuted or even really investigated. Your objection means nothing, unfortunately.

The root problem with Condi and Dropbox, is her coziness with the intelligence community, which we know has been infiltrating and damaging encryption, security, and privacy.

Comment: Re:Politics as usuall (Score 1) 722

by pnutjam (#46718711) Attached to: Can the ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Be Believed?
Yes, people were denied healthcare they couldn't pay for. Some homeless mentally ill person could feign chest pains and get a full workup and warm bed. Not to mention an ambulance ride. Then skip out on the bill.

Meanwhile a working poor person with an asthmatic child gets to visit the ER every time their kid has a major attack and then gets shuffled off with no followup.
-and the hospital will refuse to see you if you have an outstanding bill, barring imminent death.

If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.