...when they introduced Google Play Music etc. via regular Updates through the Play Store.
It's still better than having nothing at hand.
Lufthansa went through a 4000fpm rate of descent incident a couple of weeks ago. The loss of altitude had been caused by two angle of attack sensors having frozen in their positions during climb at an angle, that caused the fly by wire protection to assume, the aircraft entered a stall while it climbed through FL310.
With regular updates: http://www.aeroinside.com/item...
fearmongering. Stop it, thanks.
They don't need to own the nodes. They need to know their uplink and/or upstream provider. And I bet they do on a fucking large scale.
What a fucking asshole.
... and the reason is why lies well within the scope of the neocon policy makers of the last couple of decades. I just started reading the book Dirty Wars from Jeremy Scahill - a real eye opener. ISIL/ISIS fits perfectly - 30 years of war means 30 years of spending tax money towards the military/industrial complex.
Right, so is mine. Even though a fresh Ubunutu 14.04 install is still not handling multi monitor setups flawless, and by that I mean that I don't want fullscreen video on the other screen from where it launched, same with gtk apps, wrong QT tooltip color schemes and what not....
Of course it does and that's being done on daily airline operations. For a drone which can't refule at their drop-off location, that's another thing though.
What if the attack surface is the "port it needs"?
Agencies that large might as well have other means of funding these days which are not in the books. Think about it.
It keeps you longer on Facebook, so FB can show you more ads. More impressions, more clicks.
So, how hard do you think it is, to hack into a nearby computer (laptop, cell phone, building automation controller etc) and use that as a next hop to get an audio signal of the typewriter?