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Adam Outler
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Security Engineer, Developer, Hacker, Electronics Tech
Security Engineer, Developer, Hacker, Electronics Tech

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This is likely the coolest 3D print design I have seen in a while.
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Long Before Net Neutrality Was Conceived
In the 1980's the net was neutral because it was designed that way, and those services that required urgent communications utilized the TCP Flag URG which signified the service requires immediate attention. This flag still exists today, but those Anti-Net-Neutrality people would rather ignore it because it doesn't suit them.

Here's a novel idea. Instead of paid prioritization, how about using the TCP protocol as it was intended? Or how about tallying urgent packets and limiting the number possible without compensation? The thing is, there is no reason to create "lanes" because the internet was designed to handle prioritization.

See the link below and check out the URG flag.
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I'm glad they came up with this decoder in time. My daughter may be getting a cell phone within the next couple of years and I must be prepared.
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One of my favorite old episodes
#ThrowbackThursday this +xda-developers episode features a set top box with a "Root System Now" option instead of "Reboot System Now".
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Game Idea
Windows Task Manager Simulator. You must click the task and then right-click-end-task before it jumps. As your level increases, so does the difficulty and points.
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+Bryan Lunduke I have hijacked your site and ruined your credibility. JK, but there are some technologies you should look up, specifically HSTS, DNSSEC and Certificate Pinning.

I've performed a local-only man-in-the-middle attack on your site, then on my site. Because I have HSTS enabled, anyone who has visited my site will be automatically redirected to https. Because I have DNSSEC, my certificate is pinned to my DNS and your browser will look that up.

I know you are following ACME/Lets Encrypt. Being that's it's all free, open source, and scriptable, why are you not supporting this?

Reference video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmlQoeEycPc
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10 internet points to anyone who can guess what this is.
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Embedded software development: 10% coding, 90% waiting on flash memory
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