That would seem to be important, no?
P.s. TFA does not specify.
to prevent an involuntary overwrite. I don't think it stops the nag, but you won't get a "helpful surprise" install against your will.
Available here (free): https://www.grc.com/never10.htm
C&H Surplus had a wonderful store on an increasingly pricey stretch of Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena, CA, but had to relocate several miles east as rents and property values increased. Its former proximity to Caltech and JPL (and sundry assorted neighborhood subcontractors) yielded up tons and aisle after aisle of high grade test equipment, massive power supplies, relay racks, and who-knows-what. I remember getting into a yelling match with my mom (40 years ago) that a hulking Tektronix oscilloscope I picked up was not a "television" (which I was not allowed to have in my bedroom!) After a little cosmetic work, I ended up selling it for a small profit -- to a bigger geek than I was/am.
ah, walking down memory lane . . . .
I use PuTTY to SSH into my FreeBSD box. And no, Netcraft has not confirmed anything.
Get it here:
How long could you ping pong a dialog between 2 Gmail accounts?
Good point. The magnitude of the risk is not something I had considered in the comparison.
If driverless automobiles are plausible (with generally two degrees/ranges of motion), why do we need a human to "drive" something that can generally only go in one direction?
Thank you Saint Aardvark for taking the time to write this review. You write very well.
Followed by a burst of some sort of disabling agent to hold them until the police arrive?
I recommend taking a look at The Open Web Security Application Project. There are a significant number of resources listed on this topic.
At the University of British Columbia, Canada.
Nope, I read it. All excellent points!
One good reason why computers can do more work than people is that they never have to stop and answer the phone.