They can put it all in one article. It's still free advertising.
Shouldn't they be tagged as "sponsored content"?
Even if they built it, how long would they keep running it before killing it like so many of their other failures?
They could use the device serial number as the default password. At least they would be semi-unique that way.
There's no way I can see to stop something like this...
Client/server and DNS are monkey traps. We must let go of the nut, or we will forever be dependent on the ISP and other corrupt central authority for access. It will never be secure for the user.
Legislation is political by nature, thus too corrupt, as illustrated by take downs, domain seizures, and other forms of censorship.
The only way to 'fix' the internet is through true P2P ad hoc networking. Only then can we truly *route around the damage*
It looks like the only way we have of preventing this sort of attack is to make the devices secure
Well, we could get rid of DNS and the whole server/client setup. Ad hoc or neural nets are really the only way out, but then how could the authorities shut anyone down?
Maybe we should give the police pillows.
Why not? They already have the comfy chair
Blame DNS. Time for something completely different.
It's a weather balloon.
Too bad nobody else does...
Anybody really think they will let him die? Please! There will be feeding tubes going into both ends..
I recently bought a couple of "genuine Apple" headphones
You should know they are fake if they have the standard 3.5mm plug on them.
Are these the same intelligence agencies that told us about Iraq?
Next we're going to hear they have weapons of mass destruction. We must attack now!
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