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Posted By: JoinerI now change passwords and PINs regularly. I store them in a password and PIN-protected environment on a machine unconnected with the internet and not wi-fi enabled.
Posted By: JoinerI wonder how much of Honan's problems were caused by the Apple Mac-induced feeling of security that such a reputedly unhacked OS engenders?
At the time I had three anti-virus programs supposedly working on my behalf - Norton, MacAfee and Avast. I got rid of Norton and MacAfee soon after and kept Avast because it costs nothing and yet seems to do the job just as well as the other two and does it for nothing.
The only defence seems to be a physical separation. A virtual distance is just that - virtual.
Posted By: SeretIndeed, however there are digital walls you can build that are extremely effective. Encryption can be impractical to actually crack, the only realistic way to defeat it is to get the target to hand over the key.
Posted By: Ed DaviesPity the actual practically available cryptographic software (PGP, TLS, SSH, etc) is such a poorly documented and mutually incompatible heap of poo.
Posted By: djhhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speed_of_gravity
Posted By: fostertomI never knew that c is supposed to be the highest poss speed of anything
Posted By: fostertomSo the recent faster-than-light thing was reckoned to be a mistake?
Posted By: fostertomand I thought someone had detected phenomenally fast quantum entanglement reactions?
Posted By: SteamyTeaPosted By: fostertomSo the recent faster-than-light thing was reckoned to be a mistake?Yes it was, very old news that one now.
Posted By: SteamyTeaAh the spin of a photon, no one really knows what is going on, so treat it as gravity for now
Posted By: fostertomI never knew that c is supposed to be the highest poss speed of anything - and I find that hard to accept. Why shouldn't different fields have different speeds of propagation? Is that Wiki in fact the accepted conventional wisdom?
Posted By: Paul in Montrealfrom a photon's point of view, time doesn't pass at all. This could also explain why quantum entanglement appears to be simultaneous - from the point of view of the two spin-correlated photons, no time has passed at all since they were separated
Posted By: fostertomThere are messages passing between 2 independent entities, but just by the power and purity of their innocence in not recognising time, the messages miraculously take no time at all i.e considerably faster than c; or
Posted By: fostertomAll is one i.e. there are no independent entities anywhere.
Posted By: Paul in MontrealI don't think you can change the state of the local one
Posted By: Paul in MontrealBut don't forget one of the key tenets of relativity is the "relative" aspect - that one's frame of reference is key to what is observed. My frame of reference is quite different to that of a photon.
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