I'm type-O, drink beer, have been known to not wear socks, I almost NEVER get bitten. People around me get eaten alive and I almost never have to swat. It isn't soap, cologne or laundry detergent, its something else.
Sharpened Sticks writes: Startling evidence gleaned from the Edward Snowden leaked US Federal Government documents suggest that Bitcoin, the popular and ostensibly anonymous crypto-currency, is in fact, a creation of the US National Security Agency (NSA).
A scanned image of a diplomatic memo, which is clearly marked “HARD COPY ONLY” was initially erroneously cataloged as a pro-forma required notification to US Embassy personnel in Japan about the timing of war games in the Pacific region. The memo, which provides details of Operation Satoshi, cites the creation of a traceable crypto-currency that is imbued with a false sense of anonymity.
astroengine writes: ""Exoplanet discoveries have shown us that if it isn't forbidden by the laws of thermodynamics and Newtonian physics, then it is compulsive," said Virginia Trimble of the University of California at Irvine during the American Astronomical Society meeting in Austin, Texas, last week. It appears that if you can imagine it, without breaking any laws of physics, then any kind of alien world is possible. Does this go for alien life too? "We will ultimately reach that summit with the eventual discovery that life is a condition of the universe," hypothesizes Discovery News' Ray Villard. "In other words, that self-replicating matter is nature's favorite form of self-expression.""
They blew us off. We had been (what we thought as) high profile customers ever since it was Security Dynamics (15 years?) and RSA took FOREVER to tell us if soft tokens were impacted. After reading Coviello's response. I'm glad we moved to another solution.
Why would you allow someone to store their data on your machine? On top of that its encrypted?
A) You have no idea what they are storing in your house.
B) You have no idea where your data is being stored and if it got accessed.