crypt it 3 times with 3 different ciphers and 3 different keys.
You americans, living in a fascist state.
Thats what you get for taking in those nazi war criminals from 1945. Who ended up fucking up all of north and south americas.
Like a bacteria, all those nazis should be sent to Siberia.
What I don't understand is how this is affecting things. Most people and small bussinesses just use the DNS that their service provider offers. I.e. comcast. Another tranche of people change it to something like googles 188.8.131.52. Large bussinesses may implement their own DNS
So how is it DYN matters? Who uses it?
I have two routers. Ones a Zytel provided by the phone company and then I also have one of the russian make one (TP / Archer).
How would I know if they are part of the botnet?
And why her reveal in the debate last night that the response time from the nuclear football is 4 minutes was a major security breach.
The amazon "fire" phone seems apropos.
Finding/making a 3.3v chip with a tolerance up to 3.8v shouldn't be that difficult.
No. 3.3v devices all work fine at 3.2v.
It seems to me this battery is the one we've been waiting for. Yes a little less peak energy storage but it's thermal properties and lifetime mean that it can be recharged fast and will degrade less over the life of the phone. Effectively that means in practice the phone will perform better than Li ion. I don't think it's going to cost more either. Yes right now it is slightly pricier but it doesn't have the economy of scale working for it yet so the jury may be out on that.
Is it just thickness then? That's short sighted.
It does have one double edged sword. It's voltage is 3.2v so it's absolutely perfect for running 3.3v chips right off the battery without a regulator. 3.7v is slightly above many 3.3v chip max voltages so you end up with a regulator and that's a loss. You can run the 3.2v Lifepo4 all the way up to 3.6V at max charge but at anything less than 95% charge it's under 3.4v making it safe at all times for 3.3v electronics.
The flip side of beinbg below 3.6v is if you really do need a regulator for some reason then your V_drop has to be very small and you don't have much headroom above the minimum regulator voltage, or you have to drop the operating voltage down lower than 3 volts. A lot of 3.3v chips tend to start sucking current hard when you drop them below 3v so that headrooom matters in a big way.
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