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The way it's going now he'll be correct in a couple years wink.gif
I call it prescient thumb.gif

I don't doubt this at all.
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Funny it made perfect sense to me when I browsed this thread As I had no clue what ver OSX was on and IOS means Input Output system which is just the basic kernal between bios and hardware. :lmao:lachen.giflachen.giflachen.giflachen.gif
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your holding it wrong....

Holy crap I seriously spit coke everywhere when I read this.
 
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Funny it made perfect sense to me when I browsed this thread As I had no clue what ver OSX was on and IOS means Input Output system which is just the basic kernal between bios and hardware. :lmao:lachen.giflachen.giflachen.giflachen.gif


And iOS is also the name of Apple's Mobile "iProduct" mobile/tablet operating system... despite being used by Cisco since the early 90's (If I remember correctly), short for "Internetwork Operating System"
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The passwords are stored in plain text.... seriously?

That's like google storing your gmail username and password in the URL

eg. "http://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox?username=bob&password=lolsecure"


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And iOS is also the name of Apple's Mobile "iProduct" mobile/tablet operating system... despite being used by Cisco since the early 90's (If I remember correctly), short for "Internetwork Operating System"

Its also the name of the Wii OS. (in the sense that DOS was the OS that ran early versions of Windows)
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Its also the name of the Wii OS. (in the sense that DOS was the OS that ran early versions of Windows)
Did not know that. The more ya know I suppose! thumb.gif
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Wasn`t there an aticle some days ago that The fruit is 10years behind MS regarding security?

Anyway, maybe some one can explain me in french or dutch how it is possible to have such niv vaults in a "LINUX based" OS...
(I know based might not be the right word but you get the idea tongue.gif )
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