Seemed kinda relevant....
Seemed kinda relevant....
My 2015 Jeep Renegade is completely operated by the FOB. You just walk up to the door with the FOB in your pocket, put your hand on the door handle (there is a tiny button there) and it unlocks.
One thing to note, it makes it impossible to lock your key in the car, since it will sense it nearby and allow you to unlock it just by pressing that button again.
Didn't Comcast get the memo that Title II regulations meant that they were suppose to stop all investments in broadband?
This + Amazon Wine + Amazon Drones = WIN
You just circled back to my point. I could care less about their need for a PR campaign to spin it which ever way they think is best. That is still 2 months that the hackers would have had our data to abuse, and Anthem leaving you completely unaware that you immediately need to start monitoring your credit.
The website didn't exist 2 months ago.
The wayback machine shows no record of it until today.
According to the DNS history, the domain seems to have been parked until they updated the DNS yesterday.
Google shows no mention of this domain by Anthem or anyone else until today.
Anthem specifically says they setup this dedicated website for the breach information.
All that would point you to that this domain was setup for this breach.
Its nice that they notified us today that our information was breached, but the real question is why they didn't notify us sooner.
They setup a specific website about this breach.
The problem to me is that they just now notified us, yet they registered the domain for the breach on 2014-12-13. Which goes to show that they knew about the breach nearly 2 months (or possibly more) before deciding to inform us.
Don't forget to add in the cost a 5V 2A power supply if you don't have one laying around. Unlike the Pi, this can't be powered through the micro USB port.
Judging from his question, I would assume he wants both (he specifically mentions wireless protocols). Any number of Mikrotik models would fit the bill, the specific one I linked is only an example.
I have 7 different ones on my Home network and another without the wireless in the datacenter. I have the one linked as my home router/AP. For internet, it is connected to a 5Ghz QRT5 on a 26' pole outside my house that points to a leased tower 6 miles away in town. On that tower I am running a RB911G-5HPnD (with a nice RF Elements 120 degree Sector), which then runs down to a RB750 with connects to a Business DSL line. My neighbor didn't have internet, so I bridged him to mine using 2 x SXTG-2HnD, and then have an 433AH as his AP. In the datacenter, I am using a RB750GL in front of my personal ESXi cluster. They are versatile enough to use in almost any situation.
I use Mikrotiks for just about everything nowadays. I haven't really found any situation that it couldn't do the function I required, even when it was something as complex as L7 regexing on a URL to force specific requests into a different priority queue.
You stipulate that for every maintenance, there has to be a full regression testing of any affected applications. You will require the application owner, QA folks, and any other affected personnel online during and after the maintenance to test and ensure everything is working. Bonus points, require them to be on a conference call, and breathe heavily into the mic the entire time (maybe occassionally says "Oops"). When you have enough other people complaining about the 2 am times instead of just you, they magically get moved to move sensible times in the late afternoon.
Your best is to get out of Managed Services and into Professional Services. You just build out new environments / servers / apps and hand them off to the MS guys. Once its off your hands, you never have to worry about a server crashing, maintenance windows, or being on call. Plus, you are generally paid more.
Today, Yahoo is estimated to be worth ~$36.72 Billion
It doesn't own YJHI and YAHI, it owns a percent stake in them. Those stakes are the estimated 9 and 40 billions. So what I believe he is saying is that if they sold those shares, then they would be 13b dollar richer then their current actual market of Yahoo.
Agreed. I live in a rural area and because of that I pay a hefty premium for the paltry 3 Mbps connection I enjoy ($156/m). While I can just barely stream non HD over my WISP connection, I can't do anything else while I am doing it. I also have a 100 GB soft cap (they just send me an email asking me to watch my usage). My ISP also discourages the practice, as they are really overselling and during peak times you won't be getting your full connection. Buffer... Buffer.. Buffer...
On the other hand, the 4 DVDs I get at once allow me to constantly circulate one back to Netflix while another is on its way so that I usually always have at least 2 in the house to watch.
The means-and-ends moralists, or non-doers, always end up on their ends without any means. -- Saul Alinsky