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heartbleed  asked:

OTP, BROTP, or NOTP for the following: First Aid and Ambulon, Rodimus and Drift, Whirl and Rung

First Aid/Ambulon:  I had to really think about this because i was torn between brotp and otp, but I think I see them more as friends, so BROTP.

Rodimus/Drift:  Honestly?  Either BROTP or OTP.  I can’t decide.  Somedays I’m riding the Rodrift train, other times I prefer Rodimags and Dratchet.   It changes like the weather for me!  XD  

Whirl/Rung:  OTP.  I ship Rung with pretty much everyone tbh.  ;)

mothmansgothgf  asked:

I know I just sent an ask but I have much to ask. So for neon it says that he turns color and he lies a lot. Does he change a certain color when he lies? Also how does he react when he's caught in a lie? Like does he get embarrassed or is he used to it and brushes it off?

Heartbleed: I’m pretty sure he gets embarrassed about it.

Neon: N-no I don’t!

  • Pharah: You don’t think I can fight because I’m a girl!
  • McCree: To be fair, I don’t think you can fight because you’re wearing a wedding dress. I don’t think even Genji could do that.
  • Genji: Perhaps so. But I would make a radiant bride.
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The NSA Knew Of HeartBleed Bug For Two Years And Used It To Spy On The Internet

The NSA knew about the Internet security bug Heartbleed and regularly used it to gather intelligence for at least two years, anonymous sources told Bloomberg.

If the report is true — both the White House and the NSA say it’s not  — the NSA could have collected information like passwords and private communications from hundreds of thousands of websites, since Heartbleed is a bug in the popular open-source encryption software OpenSSL, used to secure data flowing from users’ computers to hundreds of thousands of websites, including Gmail and Facebook.

Almost two-thirds of all sites on the Internet use OpenSSL, according to estimates, making this bug possibly one of the most dangerous the Internet has ever seen and potentially allowing the NSA to access information on millions of users.

Matthew Prince, the CEO of security firm Cloudflare, tweeted that it’s “hard as a tech company today to not feel like we’re at war with our own government.

Despite the outrage, this revelation doesn’t come as a complete surprise for many. Over the past few days, some have already speculated whether the NSA used Heartbleed to breach SSL, since documents leaked by Edward Snowden revealed the spy agency has been trying to breach it for years.

It would not at all surprise me if the NSA had discovered this long before the rest of us had,” Matt Blaze, a cryptographer and computer security professor at the University of Pennsylvania, told Wired. “It’s certainly something that the NSA would find extremely useful in their arsenal.

Watch: What Is The HeartBleed Encryption Bug

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This was it, the biggest celebrity in the galaxy and he was so cool in person.  Like a lot of celebrities seem like they’d be totally cool, but they hide behind security and don’t really want to interact with their fans.  Not Revan, he was such a nice guy.  We talked about struggling between the Light and the Dark, Ataru Form, and about how he always wanted to be a chef.  I never knew that.  I let one of his Revanites (that’s the term he calls his fans) use my holocam and take a few pictures.  Thank you so much Revan, you are too good for this world!