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FirstArmada

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About FirstArmada

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    Warden Of The North
  • Birthday 2001-09-23

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    Freelance Lua Programmer

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  1. I didn't see it, its also not in the news section
  2. Source (Toms Guide) According to the CTO of Twitter Parag Agrawal, a bug caused passwords to be written to an internal log before the completion of the hashing process. We found this error ourselves, removed the passwords, and are implementing plans to prevent this bug from happening again... We are sharing this information to help people make an informed decision about their account security. We didn’t have to, but believe it’s the right thing to do - Parag Agrawal Parag than recounted saying "I should not have said we didn’t have to share. I have felt strongly that we should. My mistake." Article
  3. So would going with pure sinewave over direct wall power possibly make your PSU last longer / work more efficiently
  4. ^ Why argue about something you cant even define? or begin to understand
  5. You also cant prove that oneself is conscious, people often quote "i think, therefore i am" which is a logical fallacy as it presupposes that there is an "I", that there is such an activity as "thinking", and that "I" know what "thinking" is "x" thinks I am that "x" Therefore, I think Therefore, I am therefore concluding with existence is logically trivial
  6. Once AI becomes so advance to the point where human and AI Are indistinguishable wouldn't it be UN-ethical to even turn them off?
  7. Being 15 fairly recently I can tell you majority are not, at least in Canada, it seems as if number of prodigies are rising while overall IQ is falling
  8. https://saleemrashid.com/2018/03/20/breaking-ledger-security-model/ "There is absolutely no way that an attacker could replace the firmware and make it pass attestation without knowing the Ledger private key," officials said in 2015. Earlier this year, Ledger's CTO said attestation was so foolproof that it was safe to buy his company's devices on eBay. On Tuesday, a 15-year-old from the UK proved these claims wrong. In a post published to his personal blog , Saleem Rashid demonstrated proof-of-concept code that had allowed him to backdoor the Ledger Nano S, a $100 hardware wallet that company marketers have said has sold by the millions. The stealth backdoor Rashid developed is a minuscule 300-bytes long and causes the device to generate pre-determined wallet addresses and recovery passwords known to the attacker. The attacker could then enter those passwords into a new Ledger hardware wallet to recover the private keys the old backdoored device stores for those addresses. Using the same approach, attackers could perform a variety of other nefarious actions, including changing wallet destinations and amounts for payments so that, for instance, an intended $25 payment to an Ars Technica wallet would be changed to a $2,500 payment to a wallet belonging to the backdoor developer. The same undetectable backdoor works on the $200 Ledger Blue, which is billed as a higher-end device. Variations on the exploit might also allow so-called "evil maid attacks," in which people with brief access to the device could compromise it while they clean a user's hotel room. Good thing Ledger is french, if it was AT&T this kid would've had the FBI knock down his door in the middle of the night and spend the next decade inside a jail cell.
  9. So the 7nm and 5nm chips IBM created were technically Global Foundries?
  10. Haven't read any reports about Global Foundries have seen report about TSMC, Samsung and Intel however. It is possible they've spent more resources and time getting die size down as they saved a bunch of money by keep die variations to a minimum, for those who don't know Zen is composed of individual modules (i.e., dies) called Zeppelins that can be interconnected in a multi-chip module to form larger systems. The Threadripper die is the same as the Ryzen die. Likewise the EPYC family uses the same die. The differences between the processors is how those dies are connected together and which features are enabled and exposed.
  11. Click source, and read original article if you don't like it.
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