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Re: Design flaw in intel processors...

To be entirely fair, if your JS can get out of it's playpen, then you had issues to begin with. So that's more a strike AGAINST Brave rather than one for it. Javascript was never designed to do what the Node.js team have abused it into doing. But V8 (the Chrome JS Engine, that is shared with Node.js...

Re: Star Citizen

Why do people always call for lawsuits when a game is taking too long? I personally hate the direction SC has gone, I hate the money grabbing attitude, and I hate the (effectively) pay to win model that is being built before their gameplay is even polished enough for me to consider trying. But I wil...

Re: IRC

haha, maybe as a complete Webservice called "Boss Distractor", where people enter a webpage url, and then it will get "displayed" in a workplace-secure way. (including am emergency button, that pops up Latex documents on calculations for the string theory, so people hush away) Heh, that'd be much h...

Re: IRC

Maybe you can then write a script, that displays the forums in a way, that it looks like an Excel sheet? With the texts surrounded by a lot of complicated numbers and graphs, so people look away, afraid they have to admit they have no idea what is means.... ... Don't tempt me ... I'd actually LOVE ...

Re: Design flaw in intel processors...

Well, this is bad news for me, but at least the impact is minimal. :? Surprised it took so long for someone to discover it, though. Dude, the Bash bug has a FAR bigger attack surface and was undetected for 20+ years. That thing, in it's base form, allowed a remote attacker full rights on any system...

Re: Design flaw in intel processors...

I spent a good deal of money on a nice processor and now it's going to get nerfed by at least 20%? I guess it's good they found the bug before it became common knowledge. Ehm, no. The 20-30 percent number is only for tests that were made to have a lot of the affected operations, and unless you're r...

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