Get use to the new normal. It may get harder and harder to use the internet as bad actors (whether criminal or State) adopt AI to compromise systems. Of course we will use AI to protect systems, but this is probably an asymmetrical fight. What use are captchas or security questions if a basic enough AI can pose as a human and has enough background information to draw from? I don’t know whether the coming AI proxy wars will speed AI development, or slow it down as the internet grinds to a halt.
The implication is that an actor with ill-intent (like the NSA) obtains the CA's private key and uses it to generate certificates of their own for MITM attacks. Any browser that trusts the CA will automatically trust the new certificates, and the user will be none-the-wiser.
The reason stated for the QFN package was to achieve clock higher frequencies (160MHz) but really, 50MHz is enough.
If you're into this stuff, you probably already have a suitable FPGA board that gets closer to 160 than 50 MHz.
I want to point out that non-fat and gluten-free have legitimate reasons for existing.
How many people do you know that eat gluten-free foods because they suffer from celiac disease? I know plenty who only do so because they bought into the fad.
Compare that to software engineering. It's really hard to explain how software should actually be constructed without actually doing all the coding yourself. You can set guidelines for people to follow, but writing code isn't really as close to following instructions as following plans for assembling a bridge. There aren't really any low level jobs when it comes to building software. Each and every person writing code on the software project must be basically a software engineer. At best you could have a software engineer review the code written and send it back if it doesn't comply with the specification. But by the time you read the code and verify that it actually fits the spec and executes properly you probably could have written the code yourself. There isn't really any software equivalent of welding the beams together or driving a steamroller.
The mistake you're making is comparing coding to constructing the building. Coding is more like drawing blueprints. The compiler is the construction crew. The early specs/design are more like drawing pictures and building models of the building beforehand.
3) You mean to tell me that they don't already have this?
They do, but it requires they write checks to representatives and senators every decade or two to extend it again. If Disney could get rid of that pesky "limited" word in Article 1, Section 8, they could forego the cost of pretending it isn't de-facto unlimited copyright.
99% of them are people who try to use the excessive access they've been given to protect their country, which includes their families
And also to keep tabs on love interests, done commonly enough to garner its own official designation.
We are not a loved organization, but we are a respected one. -- John Fisher