You've been here a long time. If you haven't left by now, you're not going anywhere.
It's beta code for an OS that came out last week, something unsupported by the vendor. It doesn't work with AV and you want a refund. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-...
I agree, you should move to another vendor. Do Avast a favor.
Shhhh. He's going to post it on Twitter.
Can they subpoena signing keys? Can they force Apple to sign a firmware used to bypass protections? That's really the question here.
Sufficiently advanced stupidity is indistinguishable from malice.
"How Content Theft Sites and Malware Are Exploited By Cybercriminals to Hack Into Internet Users' Computers and Personal Data"
And you've blown any credibility you may have had.
"remote" as in, unlikely to affect users smart enough to avoid running untrusted binaries.
So a self-extracting RAR can be rigged to exploit your machine. A self-extracting RAR is an executable. So a executable from an untrusted source can exploit your box. Wake me when you have a real vulnerability.
Oh, and samzenpus, that was the most clickbait bullshit Slashdot headline in months. You should be horsewhipped.
You can make a damn effective single-shot shotgun with plumbing parts from the hardware store for about $12.
You mean like the company that lost the root key material for their authentication tokens? The one that wanted to charge customers to replace the tokens that they themselves compromised by lax and ineffective key handling procedures? What was that companies name again?
I can't tell you. But the history is the history. The product is infamous for it's crippling security bugs over many many years. PHP was shit a decade ago, and it hasn't gotten any better. Featurits? That's part of it.
PHP is inherently insecure. You can't have a web platform language with constant patches. One day your fine, the next, rooted. Stay away.
CISSP teaches you NOTHING about pen testing. If you want to really learn, go here: https://www.offensive-security... It's good and cheap.
Read The Fine Article. Serial ports on storage systems aren't connected to the Internet either. (sigh)
New crypt. See /usr/news/crypt.