When asked what happened, the pilot stated "As you Americans say, I fucked up."
The point I was trying to make though is that this type of traffic detection is possible and has been implemented. See my comment below for what my own ISP does to encrypted traffic.
This news is old, and the ISP has said that it will stop, but the point I am making is that it is technically feasible to do this, and the Powers that Be don't care if the internet is usable or not by the little people (you and me).
Yes it is possible to get around these countermeasures, but it will not be easy and probably result in a significant decrease in transmission speeds (sending and receiving). And when these techniques become widely known, they will be blocked in turn.
In short, this legislation will break the Internet. Laughing at the dumb politicians who don't understand technology is a dangerous thing to do because there are no simple workarounds that will keep the Internet working the way we know it if this passes.
What probably happened here is someone decided to model what would happen if the Earth had multiple moons and then realized they would eventually collide.
Classes in C++ were originally implemented as a C struct with function pointers for the methods. (Long Long ago in a
It was an early attempt at extending C. C plus more I think was what they were calling it.
I may be showing my age here, but I remember reading about it in Byte Magazine (OK I am defiantly showing my age) .
Bonus points if the salesman admits that he doesn't need to know your problems before selling it to you.
After figuring out how the machines worked, it became a simple matter to brute force the machines (try every combination) using mechanical means, ie the Bombes. This was simpler then it sounds because of some exploitable weaknesses (the same letter will never encryt to itself, the wiring in the disks wasn't changed, etc) The Bombes tried every possible combination of settings of an encoded message looking for the string "EIN" (German for one, Turring himself was said to have come up with this neat little hack) These possible decrypts were passed on to a human to check if the made sense. Remember that this was all done with a mechanical system. Late in the war, when the Germans were changing their codes every hour, this system was able to keep up.
It might have had something with the expansion's title that was clearly displayed on the side of the shipping boxes.
The name: "Radioactive Waste"
The trump here is that the top level DNS server for the
btw, this is not the first time this has happened. A few months (years) back, a Spanish travel agency had its
Is it any wonder that the rest of the world wants an international body overseeing the internet.