Ha ha ha, your key is on "your" website. That isn't even running https. So how would anyone know that "your" key really is your key?
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For most people (windows users), their computers are so insecure as to make the idea of their private key being secure laughable.
Side note, but DKIM was never intended to stop spam, it was only intended to stop joe-jobbing and reputation theft by preventing people from forging who the email was from.
I was thinking a pair of 128 GB microSDXC, one for each leg...
My 1985 VW Jetta GLI had an accessory position. It was the point in the turn where the windows and radio would be powered, but little else.
Actually, with enough pigeons and big enough storage on them, you could have great frame rates, just horrible latency
It's not really. I run an open-wifi (outside the DMZ, filtered to prevent spammers) as a "public service" in case anyone nearby needs wifi. That means that there's nothing to stop nefarious code on the TV from using it... And even if I didn't, there may be easily hacked neighbor's wifi as well.
A 'dumb' TV is really what I want, but I haven't seen much in the ~70" size we're looking for, and the Seiki 65" looks interesting, but the experience I've had with the 39" isn't great...
Yeah, I _really_ should have been more specific, but I was in a hurry...
I've got a 4K Seiki 39" that I picked up when it touched $299 at Amazon for a day. It's doing temporary duty as our TV while we complete the remodel, then it'll become my 4K computer monitor and we'll be replacing it with a ~70" TV. It doesn't seem like there's a very large selection of 'dumb' TVs that come in that size.
And rather than the general comments I got, I really was looking for recommendations on what device I should buy today/soon based on Slashdotter's personal experiences. I figure I could look at A/V sites for recommendations, but they would be very unlikely to take the privacy/network security angles seriously.
I run an unencrypted wifi for public use, and so I imagine the TV could just use that. I suppose I could do MAC blocking, but that would involve me swapping out the original Apple Airport I use for the open Wifi, as it only does MAC whitelisting.
I think he's thinking of DMZ like the checkbox on consumer routers that opens that whole machine up to the public net.
I have been in the market for an HDTV for a while now, but haven't been convinced that any aren't massive security holes. Yes, I could leave it unconnected from the network, but then I'm just pushing the problem to another device.
"the taxes which Apple pays"
Ha ha, you're funny!
No GPS, but I'm guessing that if you can get the raw accelerometer data from one of these devices over a long enough time, you could map out where they've been....
Did you try turning off/on the wireless? That sometimes works for me when I've got wifi issues. I think it may unload/reload the driver.
It's only bricked until you plug it into USB and then you can reflash the firmware