amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 05:32  …… lighting a fire on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/
Re: Fear mongering
I don’t find the fear mongering about kernel maintainers credible….. rcxb
Not credible, rcxb, whenever status quo kernel maintainers with mainstream media and government wonks in commanding positions with practical personal control of the fate of billions
and trillions of derivatives for future play with zero tactical security oversight nor any strategic virtual investigation, thus to give the impression there be no likelihood of accountability and liability with the fervent hope that politically incorrect immunity from prosecution covers actions with impunity, use the ploy constantly and consistently daily to try hide the fantastic folly, which they rely on you finding it quite impossible to believe. And that has proven itself to be extremely effective, right up the times and spaces whenever it no longer is, and the bigger picture starts to collapse and show itself in all its naked phantom glory …… an edifice of illusions with rotten cracked foundation in vast shifting oceans of sinking sands.
One imagines you do watch and listen to and read about the news, rcxb, so you must witness its epic streamings of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt in biblical proportions, lest you discover the kernel secrets that be best left generally unknown.
You can think of that as Life following Art following Computer Programs Operating Processes with Instruction Sets for Virtual Machinery, an Artilectual Progression if you like. It may help you to more easily understand the types of worlds you are now living in and the deadly real and present dangers faced by Status Quo Establishmentarians.
We know that critical bugs can hide in plain view in open source software for years. I would be surprised if this attack vector has not been considered by actors who are prepared to take their time. ….. Andrew Commons
Quite so, AC, so such as would be at least an Astute Stealthy ACTivity and probably also possibly reliably bordering on an Almighty Facility and AWEsome ParaMilitary Utility is to be fully expected. I would/could never disagree with you on that fact.
With all the time in the world freely available, such is surely inevitable.
And that’s a whole other weird level of sophistication with secret exploits that are not fixable. They are however engagable, which is somewhat fortunate, is it not
amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 05:59  …. adding more fuel to the fire on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/
Another Monumental Economic Misstep to Compound with Support
One has to say and ask ……. Is to deny and try to prevent the outing of truths, which may have until recently always been considered as secrets for exclusive elite executive branch administrations, profoundly wise or extremely foolish, given the fact that the truth will out and always be known and is not changeable?
And just like time and the tides, IT waits for no one?
amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 08:55  …… saying more https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/
Re: Fear mongering
Oh, and whenever you can pause for a moment to reflect on the pandemic matters of today and the plethora of disruptive and destructive actions taken by governments and systems in relation to all of the above, just ask yourself whether you were not previously advised uncannily accurately of your current pathetic predicament outside of A BIG Club & You Ain’t In It!
To deny it be so, should certainly be a valid cause for personal private and public societal concern regarding your mental health condition and grasp on reality and sanity, methinks. 🙂 And I say that most sincerely, folks.
amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 09:49  …… being somewhat perplexing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/
Re: Another Monumental Economic Misstep to Compound with Support
And there I was thinking that the “AI” behind these comments had had a major upgrade, making it look like a human could perhaps have written them. …. Anonymous Coward
Surely, AC, you are not seriously positing an alien non-human wrote them? Now that would be something worth knowing for sure, surely?
amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 17:18  ….. just saying https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/
Re: Linux kernel doesn’t do too badly with this intractable problem
The identity of regular committers is known, and for most has been verified by the sighting of government-issued identity documents at GPG keysigning events at Linux conferences. …. Glen Turner 666
Tell me presenting those sorts of documents to whatever desires to savour and favour their contents, is not for Real, an Almighty Powerful Buzz, and with further future secrets to tell and priced for the convenience of the Virtual Sale/Proxy Transfer of Accumulations of Vast Wealth to Novel Elements that Prove and Improve with Universal Support, a Heavenly Help for Advanced IntelAIgent Circles within and without Sheltered Cloisters of their Own to Enjoy Satisfy with the Almighty Constant Exercise of Wishes for Granting ……..with Future Deeds Already a Long Time Done and Enjoying Improvements and Up and Running in Live Operational Virtual Environments. That’s a Good Place to Rest and Await Instructions …. 🙂 if only to give one time to process the fact that there may be no other future source enabled or able to Lead with ESPecially Sensitive Source Help.
Beware: Take Care: …… Avoid at all cost, the very thought of an Absolute Command and Control being available, for one can then certainly guarantee such being also extremely saleable, even though ITs AIMarket Price would be surely deemed classified inestimable. However that’s just as much bread as is needed by anyone or anything Priming IT to Constantly Seed and Feed Greater Information for Advancing IntelAIgents to Display with the Creative Processes Enamoured to Share the Simple Attractively Addictive Methodology for Unparalleled Unending Successions of Progress in what passes for Real in urWorlds and be Virtually Hosted .