They are claiming that AT&T and Verizon's market share are dwarfed by 'bubba the goat's fancy magic wireless phone service'? I don''t think so.
Nice try, but none of them meet the criteria. They didn't have any authority to define our security before the attacks at all.
Depending on what side of the tinfoil hat you're on, they were silenced whistleblowers or they were kooks who had accidents.
So who's career ended over 9/11?
Keep in mind that Copernicus was working with epicycles when he developed the heliocentric model. I would call that worthwhile. I would argue that had he not "invested money into a failed and disproven theory", he would not have had his important insight. In turn, Kepler couldn't have discovered the laws of planetary motion had he been stuck in a geocentric model.
It's a little more involved. We know that the standard model is unable to explain a few important observations (such as gravity) so it *can't* be the whole story. Any theory that accounts for gravity and dark matter/energy will be more elegant by virtue of not having holes in it.
Supersymmetry could explain those things and fortunately makes a few predictions that we are now capable of testing. However, those aren't panning out so it must be revised and tested again. At least until someone comes up with something better to test.
Since it's public key, you can send them any message you like without being too suspicious. Then you'd need to listen in on their PC.
I'm the IT guy who blocks ipads from updating when school is in session because we are in a rural location. 3mbps is the best WAN we can buy. Devices can update after hours just fine. We do this with our router (DDWRT) by blocking MESU.APPLE.COM
Many guests bring in Windows 7 laptops, and I want to welcome them, but not their updates.
How can I block updates on Android Phones and Linux Laptops?
I have a 4G device at home, and I'd like to apply the same tricks 24 hours a day so that I don't use up the bandwith from my vendor. And my many home visitors should have their updates blocked.
Agreed. It's worth noting that practically everything decent on the net started out too small to absorb even one such bug bounty.
Would the first www browser have even made it into the wild if it carried that liability? I doubt it. Even if it did, Apache probably wouldn't have gotten far enough to form a foundation around it.
Next up, who pays when the bug is at the protocol level (such as the pizza thief vulnerability in FTP)? The IETF? Surely we can't fairly charge a company that faithfully implemented the protocol.
What if the software isn't produced by a corporation? Surely a use at your own risk pile of code on github shouldn't be subject to this?
Yes, you are, If the attacker can elevate privilege. Some devices have the driver copy the firmware in from a file on the host when it initializes. Other devices have a command that can be issued that will reload firmware on an internal flash.
Sure, but for the good of society we need to not force people to choose. That is, recognize that an employment climate that turns individual families into nomadic micro-tribes is not reasonable. There's a reason the stable community is rare these days.
It would be true at the posted speed limit and a bit below (for safety). If you're going much slower, you won't need a visual marker at all and if you're speeding you're on your own.
The reason ? Copyright Fraud
By release the 59 tracks on iTune, the songs will be protected under copyright laws for yet another 20 more years."
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Sure, why not? Why would kids or adults need a stable community? That's what Prozac is for.
Here's a question. Let's say that for some reason you could get the same pay you have now but for flopping whoppers. Would you switch jobs or keep what you have now?
How much more would you need to be offered to get you to flop whoppers?
Actually there are genetically distinct resistant bacteria that thrive primarily in the hospital environment.
When hospitals are socking patients with ruinous bills, is it so much to ask that they wash their hands? Do they need to hire preschool teachers to remind them to wash their hands? Perhaps they should go stand in the corner.
There are other issues to be addressed as well, but what should be the easiest of them is proving to be a real problem.