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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Justin Mason tagged via:slashdot

'Haaretz reports [on a] video that was played at a party organized for General Gabi Ashkenazi's last day on the job. The video contained references to the successes he achieved during his stint as chief of staff, [including] the Stuxnet worm attack on Iran's uranium enrichment facility at Natanz and and the nuclear reactor at Bushehr.'

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'Jonathan Berger, professor of music at Stanford [.. notes that] students [..] prefer "sizzle sounds" that MP3s bring to music. It is a sound they are familiar with.'

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'86% of UK broadband users still don’t understand the usage limits on their service and nearly one million have reached or exceeded their ISPs limit in the last year alone. [..] 6.2m people believe they have an "unlimited" service with no restrictions [..] just 22% of the major broadband providers are transparent and advertise the true limits of their packages' (via /.)

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an e-Passport for "Elvis Aaron Presley", no less, happily scanned by an Amsterdam passport security station. hahahaha!

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using a Bayes classifier trained on intra-packet intervals and packet length. nifty! (via /.)

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the 'Jura Internet Connection Kit' has a few security holes, it seems. 'Fun things you can do with a Jura coffee maker: Change the preset coffee settings; [..] Change the amount of water per cup (say 300ml for a short black) and make a puddle'

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replaced paid-for ads for Oxfam, Make Trade Fair and SOS Children's Villages with their own ads -- very unpleasant! also: 'communications regarding ad systems and info collection could lead to negative perception if not carefully handled'. no shit ;)

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"l.root-servers.net" changed to a new IP address last November, but millions of hosts will still use the old addr, due to inertia. The addr has since been taken over, but is continuing to run unauthorized root DNS service from it. Question is, why?

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colour me unsurprised. it really sounds like WP is run by a politburo these days

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