Portrait of the programmer at GOTO 2010

Ishan Oshadi Jayawardene

u03b4@mm.st

I'm a software developer working in Hamar, Norway. I like to read.


Illegal numbers

Kittens

Tweets

HDCP master key

The Gosper Gun

Burn

Rosemary Williams

An Explication of The Stranger - by Jean-Paul Sartre

Three Versions of Judas

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The SYSPRV privilege lets a process access protected objects by the system protection field and also read and modify the owner (UIC), the UIC-based protection code, and the ACL of an object. Even if an object is protected against system access, a process with SYSPRV privilege can change the object's protection to gain access to it. Any process with SYSPRV privilege can add, modify, or delete entries in the system user authorization file (SYSUAF.DAT).
-- HP OpenVMS Systems Documentation