Make it seven seconds, take over the world.
Make it seven seconds, take over the world.
It was a bug with the system. To violate the CFAA, it would have to have been maliciously or purposefully destroying his data. Apple sent engineers to the guys house to attempt to reproduce the issue and they weren't even able to reproduce it at the time.
>Chris Vickery, a security researcher at MacKeeper
Are you fucking kidding me?
An article quotes someone who is a "security researcher" for one of the biggest malware companies plaguing macs, and instead of being told to eat every dick on the planet, they're given a link on slashdot so they look somewhat legitimate??? GREAT FUCKING JOB!
How many of you people upset that the Rift is "always on" installed Steam and let it sit in your system tray every second that your computer is on?
Apple has said from the start that the security on the phone in question was hackable, and that further generations include things like secure enclave that make the only possible means for hacking this particular phone obsolete.
That's why the case was bullshit from the beginning. The FBI could give a fuck about this particular phone, they wanted a precedent on record that Apple had to write custom big brother software (and digitally sign it so it could be installed without wiping the phone, potentially even over the internet), so that future phones that are unhackable would be open to the government to snoop.
That's the same argument that any company at all could make to sell a new model. All the Apple bashers manage to miss this point completely. New versions of hardware and software = better security (most times). Bug fixes, zero-day resolutions, new ideas in hardware like secure enclave, shit gets better as people have ideas on how to secure stuff better.
But lets just pretend that Apple is the only company that ever wants to sell new models of stuff, and is also the only company that ever improves their stuff. Lets also pretend that Apple actually doesn't want to protect your privacy, that they haven't improved their security before this was ever even an issue.
Also lets continue to pretend that Apple was the company that brought this up publically, and not the FBI. The FBI definitely didn't make this case public, hoping that public opinion would make Apple buckle, after Apple filed a motion to keep it quiet and between the courts and the FBI/Apple.
I'm sure you'll say that bgr.com isn't a good source, that's fine. The NY Times is the quote they use in that article.
Feel free to hate on Apple all you want, but feel free to go fuck yourself too.
The government does not want communications to be encrypted, it goes against everything they've worked towards for decades.
Show them you're a better player on the same format then or shut up. Cross-platform for XBox only means PS4, not PC/Mac/Linux.
There were studies done years ago when (I believe) Xbox was originally being developed, it was cross-platform with PC. There are (obvious) differences in control styles, and the PC people just destroyed the console players in every situation. That's why you don't have console/PC cross-platforms now. There are things you simply can't do with Xbox/PS that you can with a mouse/keyboard on PC. It's up to the individual user to decide what they prefer more.
They may very well be superior players on console but suck on PC. You might be a pro gamer on PC but totally blow on console. There's no comparison between the two because there's no valid comparison between the two. Stick a professional swimmer against a professional sprinter on land and I guarantee there's no contest. People are trained for different situations.
Furthermore, Apple cannot make a device until Samsung and LG have created the next version of screen technology.
Apple has a normal device cycle that comes around every year. In the September area. Apple doesn't give a shit about what Samsung or LG does.
You know exactly the kind of person I'm talking about when I say old people; while you personally may be savvy enough to use one if you wanted, by far the older population as a whole is ignorant about adblockers. There's no reason to be an ass just for the sake of being an ass.
If 10% of the people run adblockers, most sites just put up a spot asking people to please turn off their ad-blocker.
If 100% of the people have ads blocked, the site needs to find another way to monetize; like charging for access.
I LIKE that old people and computer illiterates allow ads to be shown, it keeps me below the radar.
So easily people forget that the Republicans were unable to do the exact same thing in 2006 when they had control and a Republican in the White House. And by forget I mean purposely ignore so they can say the same thing to the other side.
In the very next sentence after you got that 5 years from, it says you can renew it for free.
Subscription term is for 5 years. At the conclusion of the 5-year term, customers may renew their subscriptions completely free-of-charge by contacting email@example.com.
I would jump all over this if they listed anything about not keeping records.
The VPN I currently use makes a specific note about not keeping any records as a selling point, and they haven't given me any reason to believe otherwise so far.
Think big picture here. Especially with the population always rising, it should be a given that the number of subscribers increases or at least stays the same.
If more people are growing into "pay for cable" age and the total number of subscribers goes down, that's cause to start panicking. A 1% loss turns into millions of dollars a year in lost revenue, and that's a large enough number that shareholders start thinking thoughts that are bad for board members.
Never buy what you do not want because it is cheap; it will be dear to you. -- Thomas Jefferson