This is spin from the government, looks a bit coordinated. Here is more "news" note the author interviews a DOJ contractor as an expert. It attacks Apple's undo burden argument. http://www.usatoday.com/story/...
Core Yahoo is nothing. It will just circle the drain until someone snaps it up for cheap.
Does this mean Standford will divest itself from the use of electricity too? Or is this just a hypocritical publicity stunt?
Our 11 person firm had our policy cancelled due to ACA and we were forced to choose a different one for 30% more per year. Does anyone in Washington know who really creates jobs in this country? HINT: its not companies with more than 50 employees.
We see thousands of attempts all day, every day. Its just part of being on the net. Fail2ban has been pretty effective for us. You can configure it easily to set up "move on" rules for the bots and not blow your leg off because you mistyped a couple times.
Meanwhile, those of us that like both Star Wars & Star Trek are thinking, "hrrm, Episode 7 has a chance now of not sucking."
His Star Trek reboot sucked. He can now kill both franchises in their reboots.
My biggest beef with my Windows phone is that I cannot return it for a refund.
Unanimous means all jurors, not a majority.
enec is 100% right. 99.99% of all port 25 traffic from cable modems is from spambots running on compromised PCs. Comcast, AOL, et al. will never again accept email from address blocks that represents non-commercial users or cable modems, no matter what things you try, static IP, DKIM, SPF or white listing.
Shouldn't this be an April 1st post on Slashdot ?
"Please give us more money and aid!"
It appears that PL/I (and its dialects) is, or will be, the most widely used higher level language for systems programming. -- J. Sammet