I just can't wait for it. Sounds really cool. I just hope they don't use D-Link firewalls with backdoors.
That doesn't work, if you have chosen to trust only the original key and it's fingerprint. I've done that with all of my friends, and it works very well. As well it prevents man in the middle attacks, and totally blocks any also CA abuse attempts. Don't to trust CAs, trust only predefined fingerprints.
I had been using Unix early 90s. Then I used Windows and played with different Linux distros. When Windows Vista came out, I decide I don't want to use Windows anymore and started using Ubuntu, which was delightul compared to late 90s X desktops. Since 2006 I've been very happy (X)Ubuntu 64 bit user. I also hosted a few web sites using Java, Tomcat, MySQL and Windows, all my friends were like, Windows wtf...
Or you'll simply create protocol, which is not known by deep packet inspection. Of course blocking this would require blocking all unknown protocols, which is naturally one option. http://www.sami-lehtinen.net/blog/simple-protocol-obfuscator-protoobfs-concept
I'm quite sure there are plenty of other fails in that image, but I just opened and it hit me straight away. REM Balh blah @echo off @echo Hello world! Why? There is @echo off, if next echo line is prefixed with @sign? Also that REM will be printed out if it isn't prefixed with @or is not after the echo off line. So much fail. Can anyone spot other massive fails from it?
Same here, confirmed: Checked my current and old passwords (for 2 last years), no match. My password is also 16+ chars with plenty of special and skandinavian characters.
Adrive.com has offer 50 gigs for years. Therefore 5 gigs for free is not enough, unless some other features are exceptionally good.
In Finland they have same problem. They're adverising 4G features, even if those aren't supported in Finnish frequencies. Finnish operators are also advertising DC-HSPA as 4G even if it isn't. As far as I know only LTE Advanced would be real 4G. This is just like LED-televisions. Well, why they still got that LCD element there? It shouldn't be needed at all when you got real LED-tv.
Well, each domain is one less to go. I did my part, have you done yours?
K/H? I did WT*. Among Techies, this is major fail. https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/International_System_of_Units
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrestrial_Trunked_Radio - Encrypted and allows direct and infrastructure communication.
It's much better to use proper Social Networking App, like RetroShare. It gives all you need, and even more. It's option that really gives you privacy.
Also Yahoo provides free disposable addresses. You can have 500 free active addresses and then just delete some old ones if you need new ones. Those also clearly identify the service those are linked to. So it's easy to know when something leaks. I got really worried when I started to get spam to email address that I had only given to one bank. It makes you think, about customer information security. Yahoo disposable addresses
I have been looking for XMPP alternatives for Skype for a good while. Jingle using SRTP does look good. http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0167.html#srtp
This is exactly what we get, when services are tried to be run too efficiently. Like utilizing nearly 100% of resources provided by server. If server is down for just a while, it'll take ages to catch up. At least three news servers which I were using had all normal load over 90%. Which meant that if server went down for a day, it took easily one to two weeks to catch up!