Today, we are taking the next step in our journey. I am extremely excited to share that PowerShell is open sourced and available on Linux. (For those of you who need a refresher, PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language built on the
It's available on github now: https://github.com/PowerShell/...
Wage Engage allows business owners to track minimum wage legislation in states relevant to them, and to offer their opinion about the impact of such increases. "You have an asymmetric battle. You have organized labor groups who can devote their entire days to advocating for a higher minimum wage. Then you have small business owners who didn't have the time, or didn't know about [the legislation]. The app lets restaurant owners tell their story in a personal way," says Michael Saltsman, the group's research director.
Please be aware that this "Employment Policies Institute" has nothing to do with the "Economic Policies Institute," which is a liberal think tank, which I'm sure also has its own agenda not aligned with helping The People. PS: Hey eds, are you going to outright delete this one, like you did Sunday instead of having the Firehose vote it up or down? Yeah I saw what you did.
Ah, New Jersey; the land where every puddle has it's own rainbow!
The attacks are hence highly scalable and could be potentially carried out by an unskilled adversary. Since they are executed solely via the wireless interface, with at least the range of the original remote control (i.e., a few tens of meters), and leave no physical traces, they pose a severe threat in practice.
It is interesting how insurance companies might respond on this exposure. All vulnerable cars can be remotely unlocked with information that is extracted from just one recording that is intercepted from a significant distance. Moreover, the alarm system is disabled as well, which enables an adversary to enter the car and connect directly to the On Board Diagnostic (OBD) socket to disable the immobilizer and drive away.
I use VLC to listen to audio streams every day (Thanx!). Sometimes I hear a new song and want to rewind to the beginning and save it locally. Is this something you might implement? Saving a video stream would be a nice benefit, but I find myself wishing to rewind (and optionally save) audio frequently.
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