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Pen Test Partners: Boeing 747s receive critical software updates over 3.5" floppy disks... - 0 views

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    ""This database has to be updated every 28 days, so you can see how much of a chore this has to be for an engineer to visit," Lomas said, pointing out the floppy drive - which in normal operations is tucked away behind a locked panel."
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Hack the vote: terrifying film shows how vulnerable US elections are | Television & rad... - 0 views

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    "And these machines' vulnerabilities to hacking are "terrifying", Sarah Teale, co-director along with Simon Ardizzone and Russell Michaels, told the Guardian. America's current election infrastructure is, as Kill Chain explains, a prescription for disaster - an outdated, willfully naive system no more prepared for attack than four years ago."
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OLIVE: a system for emulating old OSes on old processors that saves old data from extin... - 0 views

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    "is an experimental service from Carnegie Mellon University that stores images of old processors, as well as the old operating systems that ran on top of them, along with software packages for those old OSes; this allows users to access old data from obsolete systems inside simulations of the computers that originally ran that data, using the original operating systems and applications."
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Legacy Systems Are Impeding Grand Traverse County, Mich.'s Evolution, Officials Say - 1 views

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    "The county is plotting the course to replace an enterprise resource planning system that has been in place since the 1980s."
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Touring the haunting ruins of abandoned Second Life university campuses / Boing Boing - 0 views

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    "In the meantime, I actually like how most of these islands represent an attempt by education institutions to embrace the weirdness of the web. The current crop of education startups seem bland and antiseptic in comparison to these virtual worlds. I can't take a Coursera class on a pirate ship, or attend office hours in front of an edX campfire. And honestly, that's probably a good thing. But it makes the web slightly less interesting."
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