also see these windows api functions OpenClipboard(), CountClipboardFormats(), EnumClipboardFormats(), GetClipboardFormatName(), GetClipboardData(), CloseClipboard()
Lexikos explained to me the difference in behavior between older AHk versions and the latest regarding these function calls
( now I just have to try to understand him cuz ya it's the master wizard right ).
How Cartographers for the U.S. Military Inadvertently Created a House of Horrors in South Africa / Pretoria SA
The visitors started coming in 2013.
The first one who came and refused to leave until he was let inside was a private investigator named Roderick.
He was looking for an abducted girl, and he was convinced she was in the house
Old but gold! It's no surprise really. He is really amazing at exposing and presenting how easy it can be. That's what I always tell people around that they have a false understanding of security. What they believe is an illusion.
A key factor is motivation as in: what is the task ahead me, how much work is it, what are my resources for what is my reward at the end. Is it too easy for an easy reward or is it too hard for no reward, etc.
e.g. a tiny locker with 2 million dollars v.s. 2 dollars behind a foot thick worth of reinforced stainless steel vault.
Security is important, but it's important to understand what it "is" and what it implies. Don't make it too easy or "worth" it.
Re: « What's on your mind? »
Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 03:18
10 year challenge
The melting from the Greenland ice sheet has quadrupled from 2003 to 2013
A Tiny Screw Shows Why iPhones Won’t Be ‘Assembled in U.S.A.’
In China, Apple relied on factories that can produce vast quantities of custom screws on short notice.
In Texas, where they say everything is bigger, it turned out the screw suppliers were not.
Tests of new versions of the computer were hamstrung because a 20-employee machine shop that
Apple’s manufacturing contractor was relying on could produce at most 1,000 screws a day.
The screw shortage was one of several problems that postponed sales of the computer for months,
the people who worked on the project said.
By the time the computer was ready for mass production, Apple had ordered screws from China.