It is cool, though.
But there will be access logs and ip addresses saved in all kinds of places that will have evidence that I had stumbled on to that security hole. If I try to cover my tracks that would be even more trouble for me.
I don't know what the right thing to do would be. May be I should spring for a lawyer, document everything with my lawyer and use the lawyer to contact the agencies.
Is there a recommended way by FBI or Secret Service where one can go, establish the non-criminal bona-fide of oneself and have an intelligent conversation with someone and point out such security flaws? It is in the interest of FBI to maintain such a unit.
My biggest beef was it was converting all my videos to quicktime. And it id not support mpg files directly. It wanted me to buy some software for jpg support. After shelling out 1300$ I hated being nickel and dimed for stupid mpg2 support. At that point I lost interest and just gave the machine to my kid. It still works it is on the next desk. But I touch it rarely. When I got it fresh, I did lots of stuff with ffmpg, scripting it to reencode some videos etc. I had an external hard disk that failed and after that there were so many dead links it was a pain to use iPhoto. I was not willing to spend the time to learn enough to clean it up.
Unless you are careful and know your way around unix basics, Apple will trap you into their walled garden. They have their own video format, audio format, image format, even ascii files have a different line ending.
Build an enclosure covering both the top of the hole and the power plant.
Set off series of small explosives to reduce the power plant to small sized rubble. The enclosure should be able to contain the debris and be airtight. They could spray gasoline on the debris and burn them repeatedly to weaken the structures before setting off these small explosives. The explosives will be set using remote controlled vehicles.
User remote controlled bulldozers to push the rubble into the hole
Back fill the hole with the tilings.
Cover it with a concrete slab some 30 meters thick.
1. Gibraltor and Madrid are the end nodes. It is not on either end of the red line.
2. Rome to Athens with one stop over. I dont see that at all in the red line
Is the output real, or is it "simulated for advertisement" we used to see in the old print ads for TV sets?
Somehow an edit went awry. Thanks for noticing. Fixed.
Scientists are people who build the Brooklyn Bridge and then buy it. -- William Buckley