A personal side note: i don't care about why the people may or may not be on that site or their marriage.
But i think that Ashley madison is a shady business, they charged to delete everything and in the end apparently they didn't (people who only paid for complete removal, years ago, still found their data).
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Unsure if this is a new thing or not, with articles about patches relating to Windows update.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3081438 I see that there are several 'keywords' listed at the very bottom of the kb 3081438 article that seemingly imply that the update relates to security and vulnerability issues, not having thought about this before until now, I guess the keywords might perhaps be superfluous if they also appear in most if not all the webpages made for each individual patch for Windows update.
Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney and the National Security Agency for spying on the city during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games." • August 22, 2015 AM I wouldn't know (I build plastic kits and goof around on the internet), but I can't help but wonder, is there any relation between the six variants of SHA-3/SHAKE and what is called "fuzzy hashing" in the linked article below? " https://terbiumlabs.com/lab-notes.html#/post/what-is-a-data-fingerprint There is a link to a pdf file near the bottom (hyperlink via "fuzzy hashing"): "Identifying almost identical files using context triggered piecewise hashing" Could it perhaps be said that SHA-3/SHAKE is meant to be a "fingerprint protocol"?
• August 22, 2015 AM Off topic: (LED lighting and electromagnetic distrubance) I am amused by this local article that points out a problem with how LED lighting in the bathroom had interfered with the functioning of a DAB radio (stopped working as intended).
• August 22, 2015 AM NSA preps quantum-resistant algorithms to head off crypto-apocalypse So, while the spook agencies and their minions everywhere complain that cryptography endangers their work, they continue to develop cryptography to protect.....why?
It is bad for citizens to use crypto but it seems okay for the spooks to protect themselves from those same citizens.Still, Orwellian anxieties have already taken hold, and Gatto's Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection is pushing a bill to rein in spying TVs before the problem becomes worse.His AB1116 is the first legislation of its kind in the United States, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.You can also as chef Accursio Lota of Solare does -- stuff the squid with bread crumbs and aromatics and quickly bake it or grill it to serve with salad.• August 21, 2015 PM Squid and TSA related - Banksy sets up art piece called "Dismaland": Visitors will be welcomed by depressed staff in pink hi-vis jackets, all recruited when they answered a local paper ad for film extras.Also as with a lot of companies who got breached should tell their costumers what happened, what info is out their,etc and as we all know they rather choose to say "nothing happened, don't worry" • August 22, 2015 AM "California bill aims to warn consumers about recording TVs" "After taking a lashing in the media and online, the company changed its user manuals in February to make it clear that its smart TVs do not record or store conversations.