At work I've got two 2560x1440 displays (27" dells). I run one horizontal, and one vertical. It works out pretty well.
The headline is wrong. The ISP is removing the mail server's announcement that it supports STARTTLS, and your mail client/server sends your email unencrypted.
The solution to that is using SMTPS on 465, where encryption is presumed, not negotiated. But that was deprecated soon after the RFC came out in favor of TLS. It's almost like someone was thinking ahead and wanted the internet to be less secure:
> Will it start reminding us to wash hands — if it hears flushing, but not running water in the sink?
That would be awesome! It'd save me yelling it at my GF's two boys (9 & 12)...
In 50 years you never had a bulb fail? I'm skeptical...
You really think that the data is gone when you select 'delete' in the app?
It couldn't get on my network without my hard-to-crack wifi password.
But it could secretly join some neighbors' open wifi, or an xfinity wifi, or...
I took "didn't have physical connectivity to the DB" to mean that they used Wi-Fi for extra security
Actually, prior to just recently the cheapest mac mini was $599. I forget exactly when it jumped up to $599 from the earlier (initial?) $499
Note that you need a new NEO, and you (for good security reasons) can't update the firmware on your old NEO to do FIDO U2F.
Or at least I couldn't get mine to work, and AFAICT from reading their announcements that's the case.
I think it's the thing that Lotus invented in 1991 for NeXTStep:
Divorce? That worked for me...
Or by your fingerprint. Or, in my case by a 12-character secure password.
I want it for external encryption, with my Yubikey Neo. Until that works, I'm unlikely to upgrade from my 4S.
Not sure how I did it (I keep my 4s in a pocket with just a polishing cloth), but I've got a 1/4" scratch on mine. I've dropped my 3s in the past, but never dropped my 4s.
Oh sure, but I'm a software developer who live in emacs with multiple frames spread across two 2560x1440 27" monitors with each frame usually split into 6-10 windows. 30Hz is just fine for that.