Judging by the bugs in my Arris (Virgin Media) router, those three engineers were laid off a decade ago.
10 posts • joined 19 Aug 2016
You need to keep your electricity bill private, otherwise a thief would know exactly when you are at work or on vacation.
The shopping list is enough for a trained eye to tell who you vote for. Political organizations pay good money for knowing your affiliation and for being able to track how it changes over time. You can tell if someone's [wife is] pregnant just by the shopping list.
I can't find a good example for recipes, but someone will find a use for such information.
Using a password manager makes things simple, even the browser's built in "Remember password" provides more protection than no password.
Yesterday, a British guest has shown me an SMS from his operator saying he'll be charged £6 per MB in my country (Moldova). If I would travel to UK, my operator would charge £0.06/MB in Vodafone's network or £0.12/MB in Hutchison 3G or £2.63/MB (T-Mobile).
Your networks have more competition and many more subscribers, so why are your roaming prices so high compared to our prices for the same service?
The LE docs say that "you can issue certificates containing up to 2,000 unique subdomains per week" (100 subdomains * 20 cerificates), and this limit excludes renewals. Each week, you get to issue 20 additional certificates, meaning that you'd get up to ~8,000 new subdomains certified per month.
This is plenty, no matter how fast your forest of subdomains is growing.
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