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This is really awesome! 
A while ago a lot of people visited my site (~ 90,000 ) with a post about how easy it is to make two images with same MD5 by using a chosen prefix collision. I used Marc Steven's HashClash on AWS and estimated the the cost of...
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Showed that to one of the security guys at work a while ago explaining why I wasn't using MD5 ...
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TPP explained in a comics!
  If you liked this, check out: Cette
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That was incredibly useful to read, thanks!
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Microsoft's New Privacy policy. Take a moment to read it. It's very long and starts with
"Your privacy is important to us"
And it goes on to show how everything will be collected and disclosed with whomever Microsoft pleases... including your personal files, pictures, etc. I don't think I want to upgrade to Windows 10.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/privacystatement/default.aspx

"we will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content (such as the content of your emails, other private communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith belief "

Skype: "Microsoft may access, disclose and preserve your data (including your private content, such as the content of your instant messages, stored video messages, voicemails or file transfers) to provide the service or to assist its local partner or the local operator facilitating your communication to comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal process, including from law enforcement or other government agencies."

I truly hope European Commission slaps a nice fine and forces MS to rethink collecting/accessing personal files and data. I don't think even Google has ever gone that far.
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Pretty standard for any large company offering online services. Its a bit misleading take it out of context of the whole paragraph, where they list the circumstances as 1) legal, 2) protecting other customers, 3) protecting you, 4) protecting their property. All of which seem pretty reasonable.
Its the law part (ie govt interference) that most people worry about, but the only way to avoid that is to use a service hosted in a jurisdiction where govts have less power to breach privacy. The strings attached of course being that the company itself (or other entities) in that jurisdiction may have less regard for privacy laws anyway, so you arguably aren't in any better position. And there is almost never anything stopping a govt from changing laws for the worse, even if the seem better at this point in time.
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humm, interesting from JB HiFi's shop...
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I can't decide if nasty or genius. 
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This is a room for rent in our house. More info: http://goo.gl/rEJ9Jd
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Pretty flash. Good luck in your search.
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Common sense anyone??
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Oh my gosh bahahaha. Big fail.
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Selling my old laptop :) let me know if you or somebody you know is interested.
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http://www.freeunibg.eu/ - this used to be the one :) back in the days UniBG which united IRC from all over the country...
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Ever thought why your baggage arrives torn or broken? Watch this!
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Ugh.
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Greetings from New Zealand, NikiG EN L14. Not as active as I used to be but still playing nonetheless.
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  • University of Phoenix
    Information Systems, 2006 - 2007
  • Florida Atlantic University
    Management Information Systems, 2002 - 2005
  • Broward Community College
    Computer Information Systems, 2000 - 2005
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I love this place. Close to work, so able to go with mates for a drink on a Friday evening. Free popcorn, game of pool. Pizza is delicious but their wedges are now gone. Oh, and pint of beer during happy hour is only $4.50.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is one of the fine places to dine in Auckland. We discovered it using GrabOne voucher as it is a bit out of the way. There is dim romantic lighting, pleasant music and delicious skillfully presented food. Staff are courteous and efficient. Would definitely visit again.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It is indeed a very friendly pharmacy. The Pharmacist, Anthony, provides great service and a care-free conversation while filling the prescriptions. I have used the pharmacy twice already and prefer it to the impersonal service I receive at mall/commercial street pharmacies.
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Decent place to spend time with colleagues and friends. Love their specials.
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A really pleasant place with great food. Inexpensive but portions are a bit small. Still, delicious food, very friendly staff and free wifi.
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