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accepted Is 「やってもた」 the same as 「やってしまった」? What is the grammatical rule behind this?
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comment Can I detect a MITM attack?
I proven Perspective unusable here: security.stackexchange.com/questions/12081/…
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accepted "Something came up" in Japanese
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comment How to suppress Update Links warning?
watch out, your excel seems torn
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asked "Something came up" in Japanese
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comment What are the security implications of "Row Hammer" attack?
"A system could ensure that, within a given refresh period, it does not activate any given row too many times without also ensuring that neighbouring rows are refreshed?" From your own link... For us mortals this just means change RAM on critical servers/network
Mar
10
comment Why do phones have SIM cards?
@moose: I guess I did not express myself clearly enough. I know what you mean, there are a few issues to solve going that way. My point was, if you really want to get rid of the sim card concept (not only the hardwaore), you're going to have to solve a whole other bunch of problems. I wanted to counter OP who implied we could simply get rid of this as it is a remnant of the past. My point was that he just wanted a simplified where the SIM data would be moved not solely to a remote server but also to persistent storage, thus proving pointless and creating more problems and limitations.
Mar
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comment Why do phones have SIM cards?
@moose: Then how do you save the set up ? If you reguard sim as persistant storage with initialization data on it, then you realize it is the everywhere as the minimal information needed to make the connection that will help you retrieve your account data and allow you to use the network. If you remove that sim, you still have to move the data to storage, which makes a sim free phone in it's implementation but not in concept. Then changing user/operator would mean flashing/replacing your storage. Easier with low coupling and dedicated replaceable device, right?
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