J4nG503 karma2017-01-19 16:57:43 UTC
I recommend Credit Karma. Once a year really isn't very often.
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J4nG212 karma2014-08-07 17:26:42 UTC
Is there a process a streamer can go through if they believe that their videos have been unfairly flagged and muted?
EDIT: Emmett's buried response
J4nG70 karma2021-05-14 15:21:40 UTC
There's a bunch of reasons why it's getting less and less viable for a web host to skip using a CDN, but one of the huge ones you may not be aware of is that most organic traffic to websites arrive from search engines. Google is making a big change to their ranking algorithms to factor in what they call "Core Web Vitals", basically just some quantifiable metrics about how fast your page is perceived to be by users. Anyone who is not using a CDN might really struggle to deliver their page's assets in a timely manner, which can negatively impact their search ranking and in extreme cases basically wipe themselves off the face of the internet.
I'm speaking in worst-case scenario terms here, but players like Akamai know how critical they are to the success of websites on the internet and will espouse these performance benefits (among other things) when selling to customers.
J4nG29 karma2021-05-14 15:29:16 UTC
I feel like this reply implies that it's even possible to brute force crack HTTPS traffic, but as far as I know that's outside the computational abilities anyone in the world has (or may ever have, baring advances in quantum computing), right?
J4nG9 karma2021-05-14 16:13:57 UTC
Sure thing yeah, brute force meaning outside of protocol vulnerabilities which I'm assuming is the only real way to compromise https traffic, e.g. heartbleed.
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