The lure of non-shared bandwidth is huge, if you have more than a handful of clients on a single radio, they can still consume the device easily. Clearly this won't be the answer, but it's nice someone is trying to think outside the box.
Who the hell would name their product MariaDB?
Sounds sort of like jurassic park.
It's a fucking box, who really gives a flying fuck?!?!
Alot more "Un-Nerdy" stories being posted lately since 'Taco left. Is a shift in content what drove him to leave?
Fortunately, they got a tipoff, but it's not clear how long the altered download (the cracker altered a couple of files to add in remote execution capabilities) would have stayed up otherwise.
Note: the cracker did not sneak in code by posing as an OSS developer (the common FUD scare scenario...); they just managed to crack one of the site's servers, and altered the download directly.
Apparently, WordPress has taken steps to ensure it doesn't happen again. Personally, I'm wondering about ways browsers and/or operating systems might be improved to automate checksum validation for downloaded executables.