Vista machines using TPM have a hardware random key generator...
so you can be pretty sure this is obsolete in Vista for Trusted Platform Module-enabled applications...
What do you mean there aren't any? Not MS's fault!
6 posts • joined 8 Jun 2007
... life's definitely not black-and white:
What if you ARE the consultant?
What if you are the VENDOR?
What if you are the boss and these young ne'er-do-well ENGINEERS didn't do their homework properly, didn't document why they need the BFM-2007 (Remember BFG2000?) except that it looks cool and shiny and they were impressed by the mumbo-jumbo by the vendor and you're not?
OK, I see the point: coat, hanger, pint etc...
I got a 419-style "Job offer" that made it through Gmail's SPAM filters on Sunday and I immediately reported it as a phishing e-mail... Now I know how it ended up in my inbox in the first place! :(
I just wonder whether gmail's SPAM and malware filter is "community driven"... They have a couple of million humans reporting spam and phishing for them 24/7. Nice touch!
On the other hand: I'll be anonymising my on-line CV's a bit more.
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