So... USA relies on RSA encryption to a large extent, but one of the inventors and founders of RSA isn't allowed into the USA?
2117 posts • joined 21 Jan 2015
"allowing a browser which doesn't use the OS engine (and you wonder why.... maybe it does collect some data?)"
There's no mystery about this one.
1) Impossible to guarantee any kind of safety with a separate browser.
2) Impossible to guarantee any kind of performance (battery life, etc).
iPhone and iPad users are better off they way it is.
Downvotes typically mean people don't like what you say, even if they can't explain why you are supposedly wrong. Basically, it doesn't fit in with their simplified world view.
Never pay any attention to them.
"Why should he?"
Because he promised to?
This isn't just about how the old country operates.
As long as you are a citizen of the country you should be allowed to vote.
Now some idiot flipping a coin, or listening to Farage lies, gets to vote, but you and others who will be massively affected aren't allowed to vote.
How does it feel to have president who can barely string together a sentence, and has no hope in hell of delivering a whole paragraph from a speech without fanning out into weird rants?
Haven’t you noticed that all normal people have left his administration?
May is bat-shit crazy too, so don’t bother replying with her as an example.
"SplitSpectre is a proof-of-concept built from Speculator, the team's automated CPU bug-discovery tool, which the group plans to release as open-source software."
Thanks a bunch!
Can't you just run it and tell the CPU manufacturers what you have found?
How is this better than releasing viruses in the wild?
"Still there, still in use as classrooms. They were put up as a temporary measure while I attended, to allow the decoration/refit of another area."
Which is why I have so much confidence in the politicians. I'm sure Brexit will be a resounding success... If we can only push through the initial famine.
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