14 posts • joined Thursday 9th July 2009 14:33 GMT
I think that's the point
Google continuously upgrade their products, making big changes all but imperceptible unless you actually used a version of their search from 1, 3, 5 & 8 years ago. Google nowadays is far better than it was back then, but looks almost exactly the same.
I click on a link and don't move the mouse - the page doesn't load.
I move the mouse - the page loads. Tested on google, bbc news and my own lovely website. I even waited 45seconds for a page to load which usually loads in about 150ms as timed in firebug.
A bit of a stonker of a bug if it's more than my copy affected!
3DES maybe, but you can't advocate DES in this day and age. Techniques to break DES quicker than brute force were around in the early 80s.
But RSA using a secret private algorithm really is a breach of cryptography 101.
"Luis Sancho is the guy who filed a lawsuit in Hawaii to stop the LHC being built, because he thinks it'll create a black hole which destroys us all."
Typical yank who seems to think that him filing a lawsuit in A DIFFERENT FARKING COUNTRY can stop something happening in another.
You didn't actually read the article did you?
Nice and balanced
The usual anti-british military tripe I seem to always read on here. What SharkNose said.
Oh, and the point of the Nimrod isn't to hunt out submarines, it's to defend the UK's nuclear deterrent, which finding submarines just happens to be part of.
Good to see you've done your research.
@Anonymous Coward "What would you expect?" - Really?
Obviously there are SERVICE jobs, but part of my job is developing things that make the business work smarter to enhance our competitive advantage.
To say that 99% of IT jobs are service, is just complete crap.