Oliver Baker
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7/1/19
12:08 PM
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KeepassXC is prettier than traditional keepass in my view, it’s compatible with your keepass DB and is still open source.

5/25/18
11:32 AM
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It would but most cheap phones don’t have a good rom and if the rom has malware inserted you’re in the same boat.

5/25/18
11:31 AM
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3.5mm only headphones are probably fine in terms of spying although they’re one of the few devices that plugs in and only gets an analogue signal now so aren’t really comparable.

5/25/18
11:28 AM
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One difference may be that you can tell Android Auto to run even if your car isn’t up to snuff, I don’t know if that can be done with carplay.

5/25/18
11:25 AM
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Kinja is, probably included in this. Idk but am fairly sure they use Google for adverts.

2/16/18
8:37 AM
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Are you attempting to suggest the UK allow guns in schools?

2/15/18
9:05 AM
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That’s not what unknown means. If you ask the average person on the street they’ll probably think android = samsung if they even know what android is.

2/15/18
8:55 AM
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Both the US and UK has reasonable force clauses on self defence laws.
Either way I doubt many countries similar economically or socially to the US allows guns in schools at all.

2/15/18
8:36 AM
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When this kind of attack became an issue in the UK we banned handguns. There are multiple responses you could do but the Dems and Repubs do neither.

2/15/18
8:32 AM
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In that case get annoyed at Trump for making it easier for those with mental disabilites to get guns.

1/9/18
4:54 PM
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It’s not fair to whinge at Firefox sync for requiring a separate account. I suppose they could use Oauth but at least you can easily use firefox & its addons without creating an account.

1/9/18
4:51 PM
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Chrome probably gives it back if something else wants it. Computers like using as much RAM as possible. Although I dunno if Chrome should be using more than a couple of gigs or so provided you’ve got less than 10 tabs open.

1/9/18
4:40 PM
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Think it’s 64 for as well. Confused about what sort of software you’re running on windows 10 that needs 32 bit. That’s only usually for 16bit programs as Windows and X64 has backward compatibility with 32 bit programs.

1/7/18
5:45 AM
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Android isn’t really kind of screwed. To get the accuracy on a timer to make the exploit easy requires you to run a native app with root access. Any app installed like that would be trusted.

1/7/18
5:37 AM
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If it’s like that you’re using the wrong distro, or some really weird hardware. Ubuntu, LM, Fedora and even, usually, debian can be installed & used without ever touching a command line. You’ll need a bit of technical knowledge to dual-boot them but that’s no different to Windows.

1/6/18
1:23 PM
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Primes have to be integers, the integer point is redundant but not actually incorrect.

1/6/18
4:43 AM
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Android support, on a non-Google phone, does indeed suck. Custom roms and security updates through apps does mean OS updates are less essential but it’s still shameful how rarely a large OEM like samsung updates phones past a version or so ahead of what they originally got.

1/5/18
3:29 PM
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Do it, the only way to be completely safe from online attacks is to be offline, the next best thing is to update whenever you can. If you’re concerned about speed/features check before you update but do security ones (on android at least) straight away.