The main take-away:
When manually entering the coordinates of the aircraft's position using a data entry technique that was not recommended by the aircraft manufacturer, the longitude was incorrectly entered as 01519.8 east instead of 15109.8 east. This resulted in a positional error in excess of 11,000 km, which adversely affected the aircraft's navigation systems and some alerting systems.
No mention of "TrueBSD" at the PC-BSD website. (Except for the blurb about the sever OS.)
Is this a fork, a re-spin, or just a simple rename?
The attack can easily be extended to SMS, Whatsapp, iMessage and voice.
So... you're claiming Tinder first just to get clickbait... right?
A somewhat more laborious interpretation might be "in each and all places": http://endic.naver.com/krenEnt...
I wouldn't get to used to it; Google will just discontinue it in 18 months.
...an article which described their service as "a honeypot for assholes."
No, Twitter is only part of the internet.
-wanna lose wait?
The quick, right-to-the-point URL to delete everything:
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Select "All Time" from the top pull-down, then hit "DELETE".
It's Steve Christensen's SuperClock (plus many others) all over again.
When we write programs that "learn", it turns out we do and they don't.