14 thoughts on “Open thread

  1. Full Disclosure. Companies need to disclose a breech early on, researchers need to disclose vulnerabilities to vendors companies fully and vendors need to respond responsibly.

  2. Full Disclosure. Companies need to disclose a breech early on, researchers need to disclose vulnerabilities to vendors companies fully and vendors need to respond quickly and responsibly.

  3. I’ve got this sort of downy hair developing on my chest — is that normal? Also, I get so lonely and confused. I’ve written a poem about it; maybe you’ll understand. “Why do nice girls hate me?”
    Or did you have a more narrow scope of topics in mind?

  4. Companies need to disclose their breeches early on, so we can see what color they are. Also, their security breaches. Before they get too big for their britches.
    (Now that I think of it, does a mohel carry around a bris kit?)

  5. “Full Disclosure. Companies need to disclose a breech early on, researchers need to disclose vulnerabilities to vendors companies fully and vendors need to respond responsibly.”
    meh.
    irresponsibly disclosed 0days = job security
    more please

  6. More breach data means more research for me to do as a PhD student. Thus, breach data is a great way to keep a poor starving college student well fed and off the streets.

  7. I like turtles too.
    My son has this sort of downy hair developing on his head. Apparently this is perfectly normal for a boy of his young age.
    There was a story in the local newspaper about a guy who recently got 6 months probation and 200 hours community service for “full disclosure” in a public place.
    We had a breech here. Sometimes, when riff-raff strayed too close, we would stuff it full of gun powder, wadding and rock-salt and unlock the flint!

  8. Your Trivia for today:
    Michael Keaton got his start on Mr. Rogers Neighborhood as an assistant– helping the puppeteer and operating the trolley.

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