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30 Creative 404 Error Pages

jfclavette Harder to... (166 comments)

make a creative 500 page.

more than 3 years ago

GSM Decryption Published

jfclavette Re:Irony (299 comments)

If he can do it, so can the bad guys.

Not quite. If he can do it, maybe some bad guys can. If he publishes it, anyone who cares can.

more than 4 years ago

Licensed C64 Emulator Rejected From App Store

jfclavette Re:Editorialise much ? (277 comments)

What about arbitrary javascript on web pages? By your logic, a Flash player would be out of the question.

Yes it would. Don't think for a second that Apple would let you sell your own browser of Flash plug-in. It doesn't mean that you are not allowed to use an existing Flash plugin or webbrowser tough.

more than 4 years ago

EFF Busts Illegitimate Subdomain Patent

jfclavette Re:"prior" art? (96 comments)

No it is not in any jurisdiction that I know of. You're thinking of trademarks.

more than 5 years ago

An Education In Deep Packet Inspection

jfclavette Re:Your Action, My Reaction (126 comments)

If my DPI reveals encrypted data, I give you the lowest QoS. What's your reaction now ?

more than 5 years ago

World's Smallest IPv6 Stack By Cisco, Atmel, SICS

jfclavette Re:Which way is this impressive? (287 comments)

While the 11 KB code footprint might not be all that impressive (altough I think it is), the 13 is very impressive for an IPv6 stack. I haven't RTFA but if it accepts a largeish number of simultaneous connections, I highly doubt they got it working at all with that kind of footprint.

Heck, 13KB is only slightly over the space required to load a 64 by 64 24 bits bitmap in memory. And you haven't displayed it yet.

about 6 years ago

ECMAScript 4.0 Is Dead

jfclavette I'll wait for... (168 comments)

ECMA Script 3.11 for workgroups.

The joke works this time !

more than 6 years ago



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