This is mainly about soaring with full r/c than follow-drones which would presumably have a more predictable flight path, so not exactly the same situation but I'd still imagine speedrider pilots having problems with this because they are often well below the 400ft AGL height limit.
Although we're not allowed to fly directly above pistes I can imagine these drones being very popular off-piste (i.e backcountry) where we often paraglide. A collision with an untethered drone *probably* wouldn't be too dangerous assuming the rotor blades are surrounded with a shroud but if it were tethered to the skier/boarder then the likelihood of it becoming tangled is quite high and could easily cause major problems for the paraglider pilot.
Luckily Chamonix is a very traditional resort so I'd expect these drones to be banned anywhere near the piste and (hopefully) off-piste as well, however it would be almost impossible to police off-piste!
During the install I re-formatted my root (/) partition for the new version and selected my existing
Finally I just had to re-install a few apps, my settings stored in ~/ were automatically recognised of course. Total time, <1hr.
It's nothing to do with the dating site's security, more to do with the tech savy of their users.
How to prevent a PHP script being executed when it is being read in as an $_post element?
(in fact don't eval at all, if you need eval you're usually doing something wrong)
Having RTFA, I interpreted it slightly differently. I think the supplied PHP code is uploaded to another, previously compromised server and it is used to send out phishing emails.
The unwary user then enters their login details on the compromised server (or if they are using an email client that displays HTML forms(!), within the email) the data is then sent to the compromised server which forwards it on to the script kiddie. The user is then redirected to the real login page along with their POST data so when they arrive there they are automatically logged in, none the wiser...
I just sent this to a couple of friends who don't understand what hacking is. Previously I've tried to explain to them that hacking is making something do stuff it wasn't originally designed to do and they've assumed that's just a euphemism for cracking security.
Hell I *am* a technical person and I would dearly love for a database that made it as easy to create a simple database as it is to create a spreadsheet.
Are you sure you are "a technical person"?
and there are no countervailing examples in TV fiction
How about Walter White (Breaking Bad) or Gregory House MD (House MD)? I'd say they are intellectual heroes (or anti-heros in the case of WW).
Interestingly House also has some of the social issues that are represented in TBBT but he's never belittled by the plot/script, far from it.