The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War, was a nuisance wildlife management operation undertaken in Australia over the latter part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be running amok in the Campion district of Western Australia. The attempts to curb the population of emus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed soldiers armed with machine guns—leading the media to adopt the name "Emu War" when referring to the incident.
== Background ==
Following World War I, large numbers of ex-soldiers from Australia, along with a number of British veterans...
I have an iPod Touch 5G, and a Windows 7 VM. I am trying to pass through the iPod Touch to the VM so Windows can recognize it, but I am getting the following error in the qemu monitor.
(qemu) usb_add host:05ac:12aa Warning: speed mismatch trying to attach usb device "iPod" (high speed) to bus "...
@RyJones Yeah, it's even easier to go after Tor users. Though it ought not take long before such a node is marked as a bad exit and everyone avoids it. After that, though, you just start up a new bad exit... bah.
@MarkHenderson Well, in this particular case it looks like it's just dropping plain old malware to create plain old botnets. But...
Though, as I've said before, you absolutely positively should NOT ever attempt to use Windows in such a scenario...
As a very long time Tor user, the most surprising part of the NSA documents for me was how little progress they have made against Tor. Despite its known weaknesses, it's still the best thing we have, provided it's used properly and you make no mistakes.
Since you want security of "the greatest d...
@MichaelHampton Well, the real problem is that the government will charge you with destruction of evidence (etc) if you do that, so even with a disposable netbook, you need to use FDE and format the thing before you toss it in a dumpster. :/
@RyJones Depending on the state, at least. And so long as there's no malicious cop or DA who wants to charge you with the any number of laws that can be stretched to cover "blowing shit up." (This actually happened not-so-long ago to 14-year old chemistry prodigy, if I'm remebering that right..
@MichaelHampton They have a weaker constitution they didn't need a PATRIOT act to get around, though. :) Not that they'd generally bother... and why would they when they can just have the CIA/NSA/CSS/etc do it for them?
[root@PanAm ~]# sh CP021266.scexe
Flash Engine Version: Linux-4.4.1-1
Name: Online ROM Flash Component for Linux - HP ProLiant ML350 G6 (D22) Servers
New Version: 07/02/2013
Current Version: 06/01/2009
The software is installed but is not up to date.
Do you want to upgrade the software to a newer version (y/n) ?y
@RyJones Me either. I much prefer the drama that offensive hostnames provide for public-facing services like VPNs and email servers. You'd be surprised how freaked out users get when they get an NDR from achildmolester.[company].com