I mean, even if you're trying to play scare quotes, putting quotes around "multiple"? Really?
Because there were only 2, but Mann said it was "multiple". 2 is a multiple, isn't it?
Cuccinelli asked to see the measurements, but when he asked Mann just said "sue me". UVA students held a midnight vigil to honor the vaginally scanned.
Equally plausible: They're doing it because they're a front for the Kremlin.
Found the neoMcCarthyite.
Has any software vendor of note tried to sue people for public disclosure of security flaws? If so, what was the outcome?
I struggle to see a good-faith reason for WikiLeaks to require agreement to any terms before they tell vendors about these flaws. It gives the impression that they want the bugs to stay open and/or have a political stick to beat the vendors with.
They've done worse than that. They've had the prosecuted as criminals.
Pure BS. No way he's trying to extort money from them. Someone would have posted the terms by now. Not like Mozilla is going to pay up, either.
No need. They are just putting in backdoors in the firmware instead. Intel chipsets have been using encrypted binary blobs for years, and the new AM4 from AMD will have the same thing.
I'd be real leery of this, Google has demonstrated a history of abandoning and closing-down projects that people have come to depend upon. If this really does appeal then the developer and the users need to keep in mind that the floor could be yanked out from under them at any time with very little in the way of notice.
And they've inspired Microsoft to do the same! Azure, Office 365, Intune, all promoting services that get dropped and moving targets on how you should configure stuff. "Hey, you don't need backoffice servers, run all your management tools right here on the cloud!"
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