Aside from just flat out breaking the mail spec, it causes people who wouldn't otherwise get a misdirected mail to get it.
holy shlamoly! dots are meaningless?!
my world has crumbled.
If I want to find out what type of Windows I have, I click the My
Computer (Computer in Win7), click properties and it tells me in one
I noticed this the other day when I touched my first win 7 machine. They took the "my" out of "my computer"
Which means they're making it pretty obvious that they want you to know it is no longer your computer once you install windows 7 on it.
On the other hand, it does make it difficult to forge messages from an
You could use the same argument for ford_ii which is more common and IS actually a problem.
Exchange 2010 sucks!!! That is all!
more or less than any of its predessors?
There is some google bashing going on around here(WNC). Ever since they put a node in Lenoir, there's been some heat. Latest scream was they made their neighbors move out, they shut down a furniture company on the idea it made their waves jiggle. The city leaders have always been jerks for the furniture biz. They turned Toyota down on a plant offer 15 years ago.
The era of the desktop pc's dominance is finally drawing to a close. Applications live on the network now, and Google is uniquely positioned to catch that wave and ride it high. That has the PC establishmentarians running scared, and they will stop at nothing to ty to stop it, or at least slow it down.
This message is brought to you via me typing on an Android phone to a server at my data center running Linux. Who needs a desktop?
so, another 0-day:
sounds as if google likes to punish microsoft a little...
ahh, the age old debate. well, there's a reason I don't read bugtraq any more. too much paranoia there.
Speaking of full disclosure, today I managed to get "sar" to buffer overflow, rather trivially. Probably not exploitable.
Stumbled across a video of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapsing in 1940.
We've all seen these images before, but it's worth watching over and over again as a reminder that you should not trust anything that was engineered in Washington state.