An example log of a hijacked HTTP request: http://gist.github.com/211317
I use VIM (and MacVIM when on Mac), mostly for Python development. What's this "IDE" thing again?
I am wondering, though, what do others use for coding (and for Python coding in particular). Text editors are fine for many tasks, but perhaps there are more complex projects with lots of files which require something like Eclipse, etc. What's your experience w. that?
Clean rooming would be irrelevant if the actual encryption keys were included in any other project.
What if the software did not include the keys itself but provided an option to pull them from a known location on the internet (or maybe from torrents using a magnet link)?
Here's the DMCA takedown notice issued to the rtmpdump project:
Note that they are just claiming the ability to download copyrighted content as the reason for takedown (will we see a DMCA notice for IE and Firefox soon?). They might as easily use the same "reason" to issue notices to projects implementing this clean room specification.
That's a great find, thanks.
"I would hope that the others ISPs would follow suit," said Dick Doyle, chief executive of the Irish Recorded Music Association, which represents the major labels. "They have seven days to respond or we will go down the legal route."
Practical people would be more practical if they would take a little more time for dreaming. -- J. P. McEvoy