How does sniffing 443 work? I thought the point of HTTPS/SSL was to give security to the connection?
China has a right to enforce its laws. You may not agree with the law, but China is a sovereign nation and has the right to make and enforce laws. An external corporation has to abide by them or pay the price.
I have wondered if ATT is a victim of their own success with 3G congestion. They largely sold the iPhone on the merits of all the cool data features and these users consume a lot of wireless data. 3G networks aren't designed to handle many concurrent heavy users. So I wonder, if Verizon gets the iPhone and folks make the switch, will the situation just naturally improve for ATT? Will Verizon suddenly feel the pain of all those heavy users?
Why does every browser have Mozilla in the User Agent string?
From the CBC article: "We call them craplets," the official said. The term is a contraction of the words "crap" and "applet.""
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I do wonder if this will mean SBC can sell local service beyond the 13 state region they are currently in?
The Ruby equivalent to Groovlets is WEBRick's Servlets. Rails can run on top of this, but it provides a much higher level of abstraction.
Democracy and freedom of assembly are sure bad for those in power!
If our we-know-way-better-than-you leaders could just assume power Castro-style and squash the phones/press/internet, just think of how much safer we would be!
Now pull your head out and realize that this is exactly what the Communist Chinese Govt tells their people every day!
Democracy IS NOT SAFE! It never will be!!
"Blood is freedom's stain" - Iron Maiden
> will. The message is "If you want better battery life and
> acceptable performance, buy this."
Or, buy a Mac!