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BetaTesting Post Enhancements …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/01/31/sandia_steerable_bullet/
Posted Tuesday 31st January 2012 11:40 GMT

Aaaa! How did you do that link?” …. melt Posted Tuesday 31st January 2012 10:00 GMT

Hi, melt,
El Reg are road testing, with a selection/collection/conspiracy of commentards, a few extra bells and whistles on the facilities that they provide to the great unwashed, so that their views can be, ideally, better expressed with added tangents [think added formatting tools] such as the one which provides an active and informative  hyperlink like that one and the one you asked about
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Posted by amanfromMars on 01/31/12 10:54 AM ….. on http://thedailybell.com/3559/Ron-Paul-Failed-Fed-Policies-Prolong-the-Agony
This page … … http://demonocracy.info/infographics/usa/us_deficit/us_deficit.html … .. and the others which you can click on and read from it, show a problem which will have leaders who think it can be resolved with austerity and the system remaining as it is, recognised as buffoons?
And to whom is all that debt/credit/paper/money owed?
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Catch42 ….. More Powerful and Destructive than a Whole Arsenal of Kinetic Weapons ….. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/01/31/cyberwar_survey/
Posted Tuesday 31st January 2012 16:53 GMT

The study highlights a looming skills shortage in cyber-security and a lack of private-sector involvement in cyber-security exercises as potential problems.

One can only defend against cyber attack if one knows how and where and what to successfully attack, and that creates somewhat of an enigmatic dilemma, for anyone worthy of being considered a cyber security expert with such sensitive attack knowledge realises that their skills in launching and mentoring and monitoring unattributable attacks are many times more valuable to a client and themselves ……… and if a client into defence of critical and strategic systems, such as a GCHQ or a NSA or a whatever, requires virtual defence expertise, then they will have to pay nothing less than a small fortune to protect their dumb SCADA systems from ………. well, what it actually is, is someone else who is considerably smarter in the field than they are.
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