Should have used OpenBSD for the server!
I think China's move makes sense - they just want to check and make sure there is no backdoor in your code/algo. As an earlier post said "Good encryption does not rely on obfuscation of code and processes." They trust what the users want to encrypt, just making sure the devices are not leaking the info to uninvited parties.
As for India, this is very bad. They are just paranoid. This sets up a very bad example. They are scaring off all the business partners and hence the opportunities. Think if you are a vendor, how can you be sure that they would never do the same thing to you one day?
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I think you just discovered a big botnet. Countless machines are being used a camouflage to blur out the real man behind the operations.
Probably, it's just a free game with an open door. Anyone who figured out this botnet's protocol would be able to use it for free.
...despite the government encouraging users to use Baidu,... and that all government employees use Baidu....
This is BS. The government does NOT encourage users to any search engines. It's their free choice of which to use. And who told you all government employees use Baidu? Did you just make this up?
1. Switch on my laptop
2. Boot into XP.
3. Install VirtualBox
4. Install Vista in VirtualBox
5. Install IE9 in Vista
8. Got infested with virus because of 0day IE9 holes.
9. Reboot into Ubuntu and start up Firefox
10. World peace.
Before Pearl Harbor, Japan had invaded China, Mongolia and parts of the USSR.
Before Pearl Harbor, Mongolia was still part of China. If you go and check P.O.C (ie Taiwan)'s map. Mongolia is still part of China today.
Actually, "Chin" is from Qin Dynasty 221BC
Also check CIA's website:
You can find this line:
221 BC (unification under the Qin or Ch'in Dynasty);