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It's possible I have you confused with another user then, it's been almost 2 years (perhaps more) since i've been on OCN, i just remember the username honestly. Perhaps I was thinking of another topic. either way, good to know I'm not crazy that some companies do that and good to know it's not as easy to pull off 'in the wild' as compared to a company
So I've been around long enough, I know your networking knowledge far surpasses what I'll probably ever know. But I thought if somehow they required you to install a cert in your browser (or as trusted cert/chain or something along those lines) then they can basically read any/all traffic that's sent over https. Basically, like what a lot of employers do on their corporate networks. Or am I misunderstanding how an ISP-cert installed in your browser/router would...
*shrug* IDC, someone asked how people were still getting ahold of valid Windows 7 licenses/keys, I simply provided a quick link showing there were valid retailers selling valid keys, it's still possible to obtain W7 legitimately. Read the thread and quotes and understand the context of the comment. *sigh* practice what you preach i suppose, didn't even check who i responded to.People probably prefer W7 over W10 because of privacy concerns among other reasons. IDC about...
Well here's one source that took about 5 seconds to find...
No. Just, no. I'm not sure which is more ridiculous, this or Acer's latest gaming "laptop".
So thanks for the offer I guess, but considering I'm only using this card to install the proprietary drivers for NVDIA the budget is not getting stretched to 180, honestly even 50 bucks is a stretch. but i want to give members a chance to get some cash out of their old and unused cards instead of having them lie around collecting dust.
right, I thought IE9 included css support...i was making a reference to the people that haven't used IE since IE8 and that's their base for hating IE. It seems the cool thing to do to hate on IE instead of recognizing just how far Microsoft has come both from a user perspective as well as from a developer perspective. I'm not a web developer so perhaps I got my versions wrong, but I thought IE9 was the first to really include css support...Personally, I'm looking forward...
Apparently someone hasn't used IE since IE8, or is just one of those "let's hate M$ b/c it's the cool hipster-like thing to do"
So even though I wasn't able to play bf3 and bf4 from launch, with all sorts of major issues that certainly prevented me from having fun, I should automatically assume that hardline will work from day 1?seewhatididthere.jpg
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