Complete retard here.
How come you can't just decrypt/reverse engineer the source code of a program when the code is "in there somewhere"?
Non retard here: In a best case scenario the code is present as binary that you can turn into assembly code with a disassembler. For actual readable source code, you need to run that assembly code through a decompiler. Most decompilers are incomplete and not quite perfect, the result they spit out doesn't include comments and variable names that make sense. You could disassemble and decompile microsoft word, and you might get something that can be recompiled to produce a working product, but it will almost certainly be a fucking mess that's impossible to read.
Why havent someone yet created a program that goes through the several million wikipedia listings, attempts to organize them into smething usefull, and then tries to improve itself through the information available there?
what does this do?
I need a new laptop that could:
A. Function as a lab for programming and penetration testing.
B. That could moderately run modern games.
C. Also fit into a price of 800£
What specs should I look for ?
I want it to be as durable as possible, because I will be using it for my studies.
Thanks in advance.
$850 for RX Vega
Eight hundred fifty dollars
We were supposed to beat Intel and Nvidia, not lose to them, WHY DID IT END UP LIKE THIS
Nice try aligning yourself with the Nvidia master race, Brian, but we don't need cuck failures tainting the brand. Ryzen + GeForce is the only combo that makes sense.
>there are people in this board right now who actually believe unironically that pedophiles should be able to encrypt kiddie porn and refuse to decrypt it even with a court order
What is the best antivirus software for Mac OS including a protection against Ransomware?
Foxconn is opening up a factory in Wisconsin
My thoughts exactly. People in the US cannot live on Foxxcon wage when it is so expensive to live in America vs China.
>So with basic salary alone, Foxconn assembly-line workers will make as much as$400a month, based on location and passing a probationary period. That's for 160 working hours a month, so the hourly pay is about $2.50. Foxconn also wants to significantly reduce overtime, and excessive amounts of overtime in particular -Feb 2012
Computers have had smart card slots for some time now. What does /g/ think about using smart cards as a logon method?
what does /g/ think
What are the benefits of having those small desk amplifier things.
Do they really make some sort of difference?
I assume it's a DAC and not just an amplifier.
In that case you don't get interference from all the electronics in your case.
Personally I use the DAC that's in my screen, works fine and DisplayPort carries audio anyways.
>In that case you don't get interference from all the electronics in your case.
What do you mean by this?
curious about them. just seeing if they are worthwhile or just audiophile placebo
What does /g/ use to play local music?
What skins do you use?
Preferably looking for suggestions on Windows.
I use ffplay with acme. In fact it works for remote source if its mounted. skin: standard acme one. Both of these programs are cross platform, so you should be able to run them on windows.
Sick of the high temps and CPU usage from doing 1 thing on the 7700k. I can easily sell my motherboard and CPU to make the switch to Ryzen. Would it be worth it? I am planning to do thing other than gaming.
>Would it be worth it? I am planning to do thing other than gaming.
If it scales well across threads, yes. Especially on FPU heavy workloads.
If you need maximum single thread, stick to Skylake.
Going to setup non-headless xen for all-in-one server, workstation and desktop use.
That makes XenServer not a good option.
Was happy to see there is xen for FreeBSD, but then, there is no PCI passthrough support, etc. (hnng).
All dom0 is going to be used for is to manage the virtual machines.
Hope to go with a light one, but not a shitty one that would need to be updated and restarted in any way or changed (so that vms would not need to have any downtime).
Which route would you go and why?