FYI, see https://www.reddit.com/r/Windo... .
Someone managed to decrypt this traffic using Fiddler.
Yea, the problems with DRM. I wonder if iOS and Android does the same thing.
Does Win10 really send this stuff?
Win10 enterprise has the no telemetry option for a reason.
What is fun is that NSS still has not removed SSLv2 code thanks to RedHat.
Yea, this project has been facing delays due to the fact that VS2013 no longer supports Server 2003. Hopefully this will be fixed soon.
I don't think Google is that horrible. Even with Google+, I don't think Vic Gundotra is a bean counter.
OS X and iOS already picked SecureTransport years ago, which had it's own problems BTW (though with 10.11 it is finally getting better).
I am thinking of removing anti-discrimination laws completely (not just to create exceptions) and allowing regulators (such as anti-trust) to impose anti-discrimination conditions on specific companies instead.
Yea, it is frustrating to watch DRAM manufacturers profiting while MS had to fit Win95 into 4MB. Of course, this is not the only unethical tactics MS used to attack OS/2 later on. PX00307 mentioned "32-bit Windows extenders" while ignoring the problems.
IBM took the "old" OS/2 code (that both they and Microsoft had worked on) and tarted it up into OS/2 2.x and successors.
And after that MS attacked it using unethical tactics. And don't forget their attacks on DR-DOS, including Win9x dependence on DOS helping Caldera continue it's lawsuit against MS. Now you see why this is why one of my favorite topics.
The Workplace Shell also took more RAM too, which was a problem back in 1992. But it is still unfortunate that MS turned the OS/2 2.0 project into a fiasco.
I like to mention the fact that it helped Caldera continue it's lawsuit against MS when I was discussing how MS turned OS/2 2.x into a fiasco.
I am thinking of removing anti-discrimination laws completely (not just to create exceptions) and allowing regulators (such as anti-trust) to impose anti-discrimination conditions on specific companies instead, because of problems like this.
You scratch my tape, and I'll scratch yours.