The vulnerability has been fixed.
Remember, a modern car isn't an automobile with a computer in it. It's a computer with four wheels and an engine. Actually, it's a distributed 20-400-computer system with four wheels and an engine.
As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered.
Roughly three weeks later, there is a operation program available to crack ACBL hand records.
- Given three consecutive boards, all the remaining boards for that session can be determined.
- The program can be easily parallelized. This analysis can be finished while sessions are still running
this would permit the following type of attack:
- A confederate watch boards 1-3 of the USBF team trials on vugraph
- The confederate uses Amazon web services to crack all the rest of the boards for that session
- The confederate texts the hands to a players smart phone
- The player hits the head, whips out his smart phone, and ...
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