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US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000

 
Y2K was real
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US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
Surprised no one here has mentioned this yet... Happened yesterday...

Hmmm so how does this little puzzle piece fit in to the big doom picture??

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11/21/2012 02:52 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
I mean clocks!! How can I edit thread title?
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11/21/2012 03:08 AM
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[link to news.slashdot.org]

No one cares to comment? I find this very interesting and widely disruptive (affected our emails at work yesterday and it team still sorting...seemed messy though)
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11/21/2012 03:11 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
Its ok they weren't shooting cruise missiles at anyone in 2000 or were they? drevil
Maybe this explains the current missile attacks on Israel from Missiles that resemble something more than a stray firework?
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11/21/2012 03:13 AM
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I mean clocks!! How can I edit thread title?
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watch leftside your post, "Edit Your Post"
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11/21/2012 03:14 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
It doesn't take much to cause this.
All it takes is a BIOS update and the usage of Windows Server 2003 as your Time Server Domain Controller and poof... the high-potential exists.

dance
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
Do u know how I can edit title so i can correct it to clocks?
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11/21/2012 03:19 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
Thanks but I don't see anything to the left saying edit....maybe cuz I'm not a member I can't change/ it's limited?
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11/21/2012 03:21 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
High potential pain in the ass!

Kind of weird that there's not much info about this circulating tho eh?
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11/21/2012 03:42 AM
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
i find it highly suspicious that the us navy needed to restart all of their timeservers simultaneously. i mean, they are used by billions around the globe, and it certainly isn't a single box serving time...

for those who wonder why there is some much fuss on this: the united states navy is the sole authority on internet time; they are the ones who, in practice, decide whether to put in leap seconds or not and such. that gives them immense power to disrupt anything connected to the worldwide internet. luckily, there are plenty of safeguards implemented around this, by third parties.
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
Yeah... So I wonder what happened yesterday / why they intentionally or accidentally let this happen.
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i find it highly suspicious that the us navy needed to restart all of their timeservers simultaneously. i mean, they are used by billions around the globe, and it certainly isn't a single box serving time...

for those who wonder why there is some much fuss on this: the united states navy is the sole authority on internet time; they are the ones who, in practice, decide whether to put in leap seconds or not and such. that gives them immense power to disrupt anything connected to the worldwide internet. luckily, there are plenty of safeguards implemented around this, by third parties.
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Timewave zero..........
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Re: US Navy NTP Server glitch/reset reverts clicks back to year 2000
i find it highly suspicious that the us navy needed to restart all of their timeservers simultaneously. i mean, they are used by billions around the globe, and it certainly isn't a single box serving time...

for those who wonder why there is some much fuss on this: the united states navy is the sole authority on internet time; they are the ones who, in practice, decide whether to put in leap seconds or not and such. that gives them immense power to disrupt anything connected to the worldwide internet. luckily, there are plenty of safeguards implemented around this, by third parties.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15782258
Timewave zero..........
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide

meaning?

mckenna's novelty theory throws causality, and hence linear time, straight out of the window. what relation do you see between coordinated internet time, and timewave zero?

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