I see 10,000 SPAM attempts per day
I see 10,000 SPAM attempts per day
I do think spamming should be punished harsher than murder
... and that's where you stopped making sense... Sorry.
Those "bullshit bitsy shekels" have a market cap over USD$15B
Enron ~2001... Real assets valued around USD$63B.
So I'd have to say that yeah, a whole hell of a lot of people would seriously buy those bullshit bitsy shekels.
Well, as that old saying goes...
Thank you for such excellent contributions to Linux kernel
$125K for a job doesn't sound THAT high.
Maybe not... yet I'm certain there's billions of people who would disagree with you..........
But how? I don't know how complex networks are managed but I'd assume it would run more or less the way it did previously, only slower.
You're exactly right. DDoS results in maybe staff not being able to email briefly, just annoying crap... Even that can be avoided with planning.
It doesn't imply any further breaching. Maybe a trigger for systems audit - possibly a good thing in an ironic way.
What triggers further inspection in my (PCI-DSS) infra is not DDoS... No, it's traffic from TOR endpoints that registers any blip on the routers.
I've no issue with TOR. It has my best wishes. I will say though, our systems see not 1 byte of TOR traffic that's in any way a "legitimate visitor".
so if something does get out of the browser
I cried a little on the inside... and then longed for the static HTML of the 90s...
The code it produces as fast as C
* citation needed
So, yes, internet BS, not a financial market or internation treaty negoatiation or anything else *important* that happens on the 'net.
And yet millions of people get their news from sites like reddit every day. And when mods of "default subs" remove information that makes their ideology look bad, or because it hurts their feelings. Or a site like reddit has a larger impact on society as a whole, then it moves from "internet BS" to "that street corner where everyone talks."
Millions of people get their news from Fox News every day too... Doesn't mean these sites / channels are as important or far-reaching as might appear to some.
This is a mistake I believe us geeks make often. Thinking some site like Reddit (or Slashdot, etc) is really that important and influential _to others_. It's not, sorry.
Walk down the street talking to the average person and no they haven't got their news from Reddit or even know what that site is.... Internet BS indeed
I don't know where you live, but if I lived somewhere where I would need a weapon on me at all times to feel safe, I would move out of there as soon as I could.
For all the discussion pro and anti gun, the arguments, opinions, facts, heated debates, etc; I'm bewildered this seemingly obvious concept is overlooked.
As an Australian in a nation very different to US gun regulations, I've no stake in US gun laws either way, just shocked at the attitude of acceptance that a weapon would be required to keep one safe in a supposedly 1st world, prosperous, democratic nation. Bewildering.
and it had zero effect on anything except interoperability of standard components with Windows products.
And you've just proven MightyMartian's point RE "They deliberately broke with a standard to damage interoperability with a well defined protocol."
seems to run well even with ridiculously low resource allocations -- I've run 5 user servers in as little as 3 GB of RAM.
Couldn't help but LOL
Bad day? Your rage, anger & elitism stinks. Haven't posted in a decade but to say that.
Agree with OP. 20 years now I've made a great life from PHP, Linux, MySQL, blah blah, and what you may consider other "manure".
Right tool for the job. A lot of IT is shoveling manure, so why not use PHP?
You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish. You can tune a filesystem, but you can't tuna fish. -- from the tunefs(8) man page