One of the most important feature of Java is Security .
But then , I often come across an article like this : Java is Insecure and Awful, It’s Time to Disable It, and Here’s How
& becomes skeptical about the Security feature of Java.
Actually , How secure is Java ? What makes it insecure ?
As the reality of the extent and invasiveness of the security services’ dragnet surveillance programs hits home, the pro-privacy movement has been cranking up its own ideas to counter spy-tech with pro-privacy tech. The Lavabit founder’s recent Kickstarter for a secure end-to-end open source encrypted email project called Dark Mail is one example.
Today, here’s another: meet Blac
I know ZFS has protection against silent corruption, but I'm building a Windows server. Are there options out there for adding local, silent-corruption-protected storage to a Windows server, or is ZFS-over-network the only option?
I would like to pay extra for something that can compute the checksums fast enough to make the hard drive the bottleneck. Are such I/O cards available?
Whenever I run smartctl -i /dev/sd* where * is a drive that is plugged into the same host bus adapter as another drive that is currently being erased with an hdparm secure erase command, the smart command will just 'hang' and not return (blocked) until the erasure of the other drive is finished. To make matters worse you can't cntrl-c out of it.