I can't even imagine how difficult that decision must have been. Best of luck to you Danny. I hope where ever you go, you at least get the chance to play in Ohio Stadium. Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye.
With a name like Schroeder you would be from Putnam County..
Looks like we've got some work to do, though the bar isn't set very high...
Bikinis was grossssss..
I've been living the cubical life for 10 years now. About a month ago I got rolled off of one of our major contracts and I am now working remotely for a bank in Cleveland. Instead of driving everyday, I get to work from home. I do the same amount of work, but I don't have to pretend like I'm working all day while the customer is watching.
Life is good. 9 days till football!
I proudly wore my cargo shorts for both of my flights to and from Texas last week. So convenient and so comfortable..
That's the soup of the day.
Don't want to burst anybody's bubble, but hacking an ATM isn't as easy as these articles make it out to be. I've been in the industry for 10+ years now and I've worked for the top 3 manufacturers. Here's why you only ever hear of these attacks in under developed countries..
1) all of the major banks in the US have disabled almost all read/write access for USB ports on the machines
2) all XFS commands to dispense cash that don't come within a certain sequence and aren't sent from the host, require device level encryption to be disabled (usually by opening the interlock on the safe door)
3) hard drive encryption
4) network encryption
5) windows shell overrides that prevent any kind of windows explorer level file transfer. Furthermore, there is NO write access in the default user account.
You may be able to hack some of the cheapo gas station ATMs, but you aren't going to get much reward for the risk and time necessary to pull it off. They typically don't carry much cash.
As for EMV, Visa mandates (the 'V' in E(uropay) M(astercard) V(isa) takes effect 10/1 for shift of liability. So while the US still supports fallback to magstripe, it won't be for long. This is a risk we all knew was coming. When the US was the only player left on the market that still supported magstripe, obviously the rats would scurry to high ground on the sinking ship. Now this only applies to ATMs. I can safely say that all new card reader hardware on ATMs in the past 5+ years is EMV capable. It's just a matter of turning it on, which from the bank's point of view is somewhat complicated. Point of sale locations on the other hand have a long way to go. Any swipe readers obviously need to be replaced, but most dip readers (think gas pumps) are incredibly old and the cost to replace is astronomical. For example, Chase has 17,000 ATMs. To replace every card reader with a motorized EMV capable model would cost around $50MM.
Sorry for my rant. It's not often that I get to be the expert in the room.
Tell me again why I'm not allowed to wear cargo shorts?
Really enjoyed the behind the scenes look with Tyvis. And mad props for choosing Seattle by reasoning it will push him to work harder. Get it man.
Built for speed or built for comfort?
The best two days you'll ever have: The day you buy it, and the day you sell it...
Seriously though, what are the best boating options around Columbus? I know the obvious ones, but is one better than the others? I'm about 10 minutes from Delaware State Park and my parents just bought a boat..
Annnnnd the 11W article showed up as soon as I posted. My bad.