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Comment Endian Firewall (Score 1) 1

We achieved exactly what you're trying to accomplish with virtualized Endian Firewalls. The product runs on CentOS, so you'll be familiar with the underlying OS, and it provides out of the box site to site VPN connections using OpenVPN. It supports both routed and bridged modes. In your case site A would act as the VPN server, and site B would act as the VPN client.

http://www.endian.com/community/download/

Comment Drops? (Score 5, Insightful) 117

He dropped them from his to do list?

He was carrying them around and dropped them?

Slang for "He published them" ?

He dropped them from his research list?

He dropped the vulnerabilities from his own systems?

Apparently "Slashdot" means to "Slash" the English language with slang. Can we please "DROP" the amateur reporting styles?

Comment Re:Unlikely to matter at all (Score 1) 233

It won't matter at all because the verbiage is a metaphor, and like all metaphors they require interpretation. The anonymous user could easily argue that Hadley took his metaphorical comment out of context.

"Hadley is a Sandusky waiting to be exposed. Check out the view he has of Empire from his front door."

Sandusky Ohio is a city with one of the largest collections of roller coasters in the world. Clearly the anonymous comment was trying to convey (metaphorically) that Hadley is on a wild roller coaster ride who views everything he sees from his front door as his empire.

All that we really know is that Hadley is extremely sensitive to free speech, and he is willing to throw excessive amounts of money at a problem that doesn't really exist. Sounds like he's going to be a great role model for other politicians as the chairman of the board of Stephenson County, Illinois.

Comment Re:Did you mean... (Score 5, Informative) 424

Did you mean... "are there any humans left that know how to RTFM?" Google provides instructions on advanced use cases such as these.

Advanced Search Form:
http://www.google.com/advanced_search

Advanced operators to filter and fine tune results:
https://sites.google.com/site/gwebsearcheducation/advanced-operators

Comment Search Operators and Advanced Search (Score 1) 424

Google has enabled search operators
https://sites.google.com/site/gwebsearcheducation/advanced-operators

There is also an advanced search form available.
http://www.google.com/advanced_search

Using these features combined, I don't have any issues finding anything I need in Google's database.

Comment Dell Precision T7500 (Score 1) 558

I'm running a mostly stock but partially custom Dell Precision T7500. The main purpose was gaming (Battlefield 4) but I also need it for graphics and development. Two quad core Xeon processors at 3.73 GHz (8 cores) Stock motherboard with Intel 5520 chipset 24 GB ECC Fully Buffered 1333 MHZ DDR3 nVidia GTX 690s with surround view enabled Eight OCZ 60GB SSD Drives in RAID0 (480GB array) with dedicated 512MB DDR3 I/O buffer Stock 1100W PSU Three Dell Ultrasharp 24 inch monitors (surround view) Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Dell UPS 1920W battery backup

Comment Re:Poster sounds sympathetic, but sounds like thre (Score 1) 254

You definitely missed something. If he has knowledge that somebody else is going to implement another 4:16 moment, then clearly he is a hero attempting to warn society. His comment, “Another 4.16 moment is going to happen tomorrow. Just a warning (sic).” does not in any way convey that he himself would implement another 4:16 moment.

Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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