The problem had nothing to do with DNS servers, this datacenter had only one border router.
I unplugged the only border router.
I unplugged the wrong thing in a datacenter once which took 20k domains offline. Traced the cable from the machine to the wall 2 or three times before pulling too..
They didn't have any cable management and only one border router..
Didn't lose my job, I was a very young sysadmin who was learning but good at what I did.. everyone kinda shrugged it off as a lesson learned.
We switched a couple years ago to YouTrack from JIRA and have been quite happy with it. JIRA is a load of shit.
No objections from me.... sample_size++;
Where's my space elevator!?
Thats what I'm saying, in this case the backdoor is in the math itself.
No. Sorry. Government-only backdoors do not exist. They're by definition public. At the very least, they are public enough that every OTHER government will have the keys to it, too.
Not necessarily, Dual_EC_DRBG's potential back door lies in being able to choose the parameters of the protocol - namely choosing two points on the eliptic curve P and Q such that they know e where eP= Q. The only other way to "discover" this back door key would be solving the discrete logarithm problem which is the hardness assumption thats being used in the first place.
The original researcher wrote a book on his discovery:
IE7 on Vista or later supports SNI...
Its relevant as it highlights the effect of the underlying gerrymandering...
1 - How long will the melted down core remnants needs to water to be applied? Can the corium still sustain a nuclear chain reaction if it were exposed?
2 - Whats would occur if water were interrupted at this point? (They called it cold shutdown a year ago but sources seem to conflict)
3 - How long will water need to be applied to the spent fuel ponds? From my understanding the fuel above reactor 4 is somewhat precarious since the building was compromised during the original explosions. Would these fuel rods ignite without water? Is there a real criticality danger if removal does not go exactly as planned? (Wikipedia seems to say criticality in fuel pools is a low-probability event under normal conditions)
4 - Whats your worst case scenario?
Just trying to find some basic scientific answers here, hoping someone can provide insight.