What was the alternative? Let the banks fall and all the customers lose all of their money?
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Can you explain how a keylogger in Windows gets access to user input in another application without a security approval by the user when it was installed?
Hint: It needs to modify kernel structures on every reboot or install a driver to do so.
A judge determines it by assessing the evidence.
Some idiot just called me up on the phone, what!? Don't they know how to text? OMG!
No they won't.
The service is enabled by default so you can automatically connect to other networks shared with you, but each network you want to share must be shared explicitly.
You mean, as opposed to having to manually enable sharing on your particular network.
It would be your friends fault, for selecting your network to be shared.
WiFi Sense may be enabled by default, but you need to specifically share each network.
WiFi client already has your password. Nothing is stopping them sharing the password in plain-text via IM, Email or a post-it note.
If you give Person A access to your wifi and they share it with Wi-Fi Sense, how is that any different than them emailing their friends your wifi password?
Probably from installing the Debian base system from 3.5" floppies in 1997. The waiting a day or so while the rest of it downloads over your dodgy dialup connection. The one that didn't work until you bought a new modem because the dodgy Winmodem you had didn't work outside of Windows.
don't forget Git
$27M coming in
How much is it going to cost to implement, enforce and maintain? More than $27M probably.
So your night vision isn't getting fucked with by the head lights of oncoming cars?
Or the street lights? Although they tend to be yellow (but that's probably because sodium vapor lights are efficient and reliable). The move to LED street lighting is going to see a lot more blue light at night (white LED's being a blue LED with yellow phosphor)
What the hell is the instrument panel in a car for?