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.
I just bought a Seiki 39" 4K TV for use as a monitor. I paid $329 (USD) because I was too slow to get the sale price at $299.
No, because that doesn't work with sudo. Real pros use:
cat | [sudo] tee [-a] filename
If you need the key embedded in the chip in your fridge, and the engineers weren't complete idiots and they aren't all the same, then downloading a script may not be enough, you may have to hook up a sensitive a/d converter and run 1000s of probes to determine the key. The potential pool of people who would do such a thing to avoid ads on their fridge is much smaller than those who would simply cover the screen with their kid's art.
I figure once you've got 5 Gbit, you're good:
That's 5Gbit for 4K video (the movie size, not the TV size, but at the higher TV frame rate), completely uncompressed...
The trouble is, you might first have to conduct a side-channel attack on the crypto chip in your fridge to get its key so you can properly encrypt the messages to say "everything is all right".
You had bits? Back when I started, zero hadn't been invented yet, so we just had to pile up stacks of 1s in unary!
that I'd make way more money as a lawyer
Then I could spend my time doing computers as a hobby and actually enjoy it.
Looks like home depot has a PIR sensor switch (which we'll have to put in the new bathroom due to CA's Title-24) for $19.97, but a 10 pack of normal switches for $5.90...
A bit of a step up in price there.
We have two big dogs, and I'm not really worried about a break-in, but I still don't feel comfortable ceding my coming and going to a for-profit company with unknown security practices.
If I were really worried about a real break in, I wouldn't have had the alarm system ripped out during the remodel...
But I'm sure as hell not going to run my door locks over wireless with some consumer product that's produced as cheaply as can be for the mass market.
On the other hand, I know that roll-it-yourself security is almost always broken.
So, I deal with having to reach into my pocket to get my keys, and turn on lights with a switch rather than automatically.
Somehow I survive.