Something tells me that reading this article ten years from now will be a guaranteed thigh-slapper.
Well, except for all those web-based rootkit jailbreak tools, sure.
Solaris ver# Release date
2.4 November 1994
2.5 November 1995
2.6 July 1997
7 November 1998
8 February 2000
9 May 28, 2002
The technique of rooting various computers through the web is one that has been accomplished using various browsers, yes.
Blazecock Pileon: "The technique of rooting various computers through the web is one that has been accomplished using various browsers, yes."
Outsource your hardware production, or scrap it entirely, to compete more directly with Microsoft without the liability of manufacturing boxes.
I think in 1995 most of us were thinking, "Wow this web thing is cool. I wish I could take it with me wherever I go." Maybe I missed it, but one thing that seems woefully lacking from the article is the role of wireless technology. Without the underlying mobile infrastructure and technology, Facebook would about as much fun as Hunt the Wumpus on a TI-99/4A.
But the real problem is the one the web has forgotten, the one for which HTML was invented and that XML was snake oil to cure forever - that of data interchange. Because in the end, the code doesn't matter, it is only presentation, after all. And all code is reducible to the same primitive operations."
iOS apps are equivalent to general web browsing security-wise
Not really sure why they'd pick "manufacture your goods in the exact same way everyone else manufactures their good, including probably Apple circa 1997" as number one item.
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