Or did they mean Apoidea-friendly? But that includes wasps in addition to bees.
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Or did they mean Apoidea-friendly? But that includes wasps in addition to bees.
I already borrow eBooks from Auckland City Libraries in New Zealand.
And yes, they have a one copy, one user policy and it has a due date or you have to press a button to return the book at which point you cannot read it anymore unless you check it out again. So I'm a bit puzzled as to why this is such a big issue.
I believe there are also rules in place that each book is only allowed to be borrowed a fixed number of times before the Library has to purchase another copy. The digital equivalent of the book wearing out/being damaged and being replaced just so that authors don't miss out on royalties.
The article at Kaspersky actually says "Fortunately, CryptXXX turned out to be not that difficult to crack".
However it seems to depend on you being able to give it a copy of one of the encrypted files before it was encrypted and the bigger the file the better. "The bigger file you’ve feed to the utility — the more files would be decrypted." So it sounds like they must have used a small key that could be brute forced.
In the security context CSS usually means Cross Site Scripting, not Cascading Style Sheet
Now they have shot themselves in the foot. The Movie industry will now send their lawyers after them due to breach of copyright.
"stuff my trousers full of banknotes, and flown back"
Make sure you declare if you are carrying more than NZ$10,000 or more in cash, or foreign equivalent, otherwise they will catch you with the money sniffing dogs
Another anti-homeless system that some places have implemented are "anti homeless sprinklers", basically a motion sensor with a timer linked to a sprinkler so that out of business hours it will start spraying water if someone stays too long in an alcove so to prevent homeless people from sleeping there. In some jurisdictions they were forced to take them down again.
I was once sent out to inspect a XT PC at a Bus Engineering Depot (where they maintain & repair buses). Apparently the PC had problems printing and odd things happening on the screen. I opened it up and had a look and found it had a inch deep layer of oily dust covering the entire motherboard. I was surprised it was still working at all. As at that time XT's were obsolete, when asked if it was worth repairing I responded, "No, it will be cheaper just to replace it".
"which ones are those then?"
The ones where the politicians remain bought.
- Authors will try to make their books as long as possible, without quite putting off the reader, so they get paid more.
@Mongo Maybe post what you remember of the story in http://scifi.stackexchange.com/ tagged story-identification and someone will be able to identify it for you.
Except the Government is not worried about what snooping they do via NSA, just what other people do.
The NSA probably has direct access to those servers anyway and doesn't need to break SSL.
Try disabling Flash in your browser and you do get a non-flash version.
Nope nobody was driving the scooter, reading the original Dutch article, the scooter was parked on top of the underground toilet.
"Bovenop het ondergrondse toilet stond een scooter"
"On top of the underground toilet was a scooter"
I suspect that some of the people behind the companies are probably already setting up or running new companies doing the same old things.
The only way to be sure is to nuke them from orbit
I think it probably is UK only due to the fact that the entry form has no field for Country.
Hopefully data protection has been thought about or we can look forward to a society like portrayed in the film Gattaca.
I thought a good hot cup of tea is what you needed for interstellar travel.
Yep, an IBM Power 575 supercomputer http://www.niwa.co.nz/videos/fitzroy-niwas-new-supercomputer
Not in the top 500 list of supercomputers though.
The rest of the output should have been the phrase "Legalise Marijuana", however due to a bug in the virus it never actually displayed that text but would crash and freeze your machine instead.
As I recall the bug was when it attempted to draw and ASCII art Marijuana.
Or an Apple response "You are pressing it wrong"
"I rather agree that more crypto currencies could arise"
There are already other crypto currencies, e.g. litecoin https://litecoin.org/
And no, they don't have frickin' laser beams attached to their heads
Surf to chrome://flags/#enable-password-manager-reauthentication
Surf over to chrome://settings/passwords,
Click on a starred-out saved website password and click on "Show";
Rinse and repeat down the list.
Voila, you can see his or her passwords in plain text.
But can it do Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock?
There are ISO's available for the Windows 8.1 Enterprise and Widows 8.1 Embedded from MSDN.
In fact if you are running Windows 8.0 Enterprise the upgrade does not appears in the Windows Store.
So he is proposing to capture sunlight that strikes the moon, convert it to energy and then pump it down to Earth? All energy eventually becomes heat. So unless other power generation on Earth is retired and replaced with this energy coming from the moon (not going to happen), then he is adding more heat to Earth. Ever heard of Global Warming?
Sound like they are trying to create Mike from The Moon is a Harsh Mistress who is a HOLMES IV ("High-Optional, Logical, Multi-Evaluating Supervisor, Mark IV") computer that also developed a sense of humour.
Yes I got that too, and it's auto-detect of Klingon doesn't work either, it usually thinks it is either Hungarian or French.
If you need some client-side malware to exploit this, why would you go to the trouble of decrypting SSL traffic when you could just have your malware capture the information before it is encrypted?
or it didn't happen.
Sounds like a open wound to me.
(That typo is supposed to read "key-value store" as per later on in the article).
She might also have been objecting to the barcode containing a hidden number of 666.
Don't believe me? Do a search in your favorite search engine for "number of the beast barcode"
Yes, Cyril M. Kornbluth did write a short story called "Little Black Bag", I haven't read it though.
The story is available as part of the Gutenberg project.
"The Marching Morons" is a science fiction story written by Cyril M. Kornbluth, originally published in Galaxy in April 1951
It describes a world where intelligent people having less children than dumb ones and hence just getting out-bred, and without natural selection eliminating enough of the dumb people before they can procreate (e.g. earning a Darwin Award) the same genetic concept applies.
So this theory is hardly a new one.
www.ProjectHoneyPot.org also list India as the top offender recently, however the ranking of the rest is quite different.
Top Spam Server Countries (last 30 days)
#1 [India] India (27.3%)
#2 [Saudi Arabia] Saudi Arabia (7.1%)
#3 [Vietnam] Vietnam (6.9%)
#4 [Peru] Peru (5.8%)
#5 [Brazil] Brazil (4.6%)
#6 [China] China (4.2%)
#7 [Kazakhstan] Kazakhstan (4.2%)
#8 [Turkey] Turkey (3.0%)
#9 [South Korea] South Korea (2.5%)
#10 [United States] United States (2.3%)
#11 [Romania] Romania (2.1%)
#12 [Russia] Russia (2.0%)
#13 [Pakistan] Pakistan (2.0%)
#14 [Great Britain] Great Britain (1.7%)
#15 [Colombia] Colombia (1.5%)
#16 [Argentina] Argentina (1.5%)
#17 [Mexico] Mexico (1.4%)
#18 [Italy] Italy (1.3%)
#19 [Poland] Poland (1.3%)
#20 [Germany] Germany (1.3%)
#21 [Taiwan] Taiwan (1.1%)
#22 [Iran] Iran (1.1%)
#23 [Spain] Spain (0.9%)
#24 [Chile] Chile (0.9%)
#25 [Morocco] Morocco (0.9%)
And when the name dispute got taken to court, agreed never get into the music business.
Then broke that agreement by launching such products as the iPod & iTunes and got taken back to court again.
But he emphasised that there were things on the internet that "any normal human being would be offended by".
Implying that anyone who isn't offended by the things he finds offensive isn't normal? I find that offensive!
I'd say he was joking/trolling.
No sign of that list at pastebin (yet), I've checked.
I think it wouldn't take long before the Trojan programs would then record you speaking the PIN and send it of to be re-used. Even if you make it a one time PIN they could put together a sound file with the stolen PIN if they had enough samples of your voice.
"Try also to search for "microsoft security essentials" on Bing using IE. The first two links are malware sites. If you use Firefox it behaves differently"
I tried it on both IE and Firefox, and the only difference was introduced by Ad Block Plus. Without Ad Block Plus Firefox also showed same site adds as IE.
There are a few that I doubt are legit (a bit of Google search on the names makes them very likely to be malware site).
What clever scientist worked out a way of tacking objects in orbit to the fabric of space?
I would think the obvious solution would be to allow only the active in focus application to get feeds from the Gyroscope & camera, the same as they only allow the active and in focus application to access the keyboard buffer.
Many webmaster have seen all sorts of bad traffic originating from the amazonws for several years.
Search for "amazonaws.com plays host to wide variety of bad bots" to show a thread that has been going since 2009 on the topic.
Spammers source their target e-mail addresses in various ways
1) Harvested from websites (see proof at Project Honey Pot http://www.projecthoneypot.org/home.php )
2) Harvested from Domain Registration information (I get some SPAM to an e-mail address I've only used as the contact for my domain).
3) Dictionary attacks (trying different names at a Domain)
4) Compromised web mail accounts (harvesting their address book etc.).
5) Dodgy sites that sell the e-mail lists
6) Compromised personal computers (harvesting their address book etc.).
7) Harvesting e-mail addresses from mailing lists
8) By compromising databases that contain e-mail addresses.
Do a Google search for "where do spammers get my email address from" and you will find many pages that will list those and more.