tekio

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  1. Protovision, we have you now! The USA is a little more crafty, I guess. Companies promote cloud solutions, then the CIA and NSA use the 3rd party loophole to bypass our "civil right" to privacy.
  2. If I remember correctly Alice can encrypt a message with Bob's public key. Only Bob's private key can decrypt Alice's message (to Bob). I believe that's how SSL works. The browser uses a public to encrypt a session key. The session key is sent to the server and used to encrypt data in the session.
  3. I might be a little biased but I'm picking the number one defense / number nine over-all offense to upset the number 11 offense and 14th ranked defense in the Super Bowl this year. If only I had $$$ to bet on it. :-(

  4. I think that's how David Lightman almost started a nuclear war. LoL
  5. Choose your visualization meme of the week: "Tom Brady tells the ball boy, "make my balls soft".

  6. One day and awk piping into sed, regex, mysql import ninja. The next a data-entry clerk. Please... use unique divs, so it's easier to scrape your shitz from webpages. :sigh:

  7. Kind of nervous, even in the Clink - beating GB three times in a row is asking a lot from any team. :-/

  8. I'm Tekio. I'm the ranting asshole of the forums. Really I'm ok. I just rant online so all me real-life friends don't hate like all my online friends do. Hahaha!
  9. Russell Wilson NOT an elite NFL QB? Uhm.. three years, 3 playoff runs, one ring, over 800 yards rushing, the highest winning % and highest passer rating of any NFL QB in their first 3 years? Who are these USA Today "experts"???

  10. Who challenges R. Sherman on a 44yrd prayer? Oh.. Cam Newton tried. Go Seahawks!

  11. Nothing says "got lucky", like a condom wrapper in your and cute lady in your shower in the morning. :-)

  12. Don't people realize calling entire race "racist" is in fact VERY racist?

  13. Haha! There's a thing called "gain".
  14. That can be used for a lot more than 10ft. I'm not gonna say how, just because no good intentions would require using for more than 10 feet.
  15. IDK, You said multiple frequency. I was just thinking randomly jamming random frequencies could result in immediate suits. Especially if someone lives by an airport, military installation, police station, etc... I know you wouldn't do that, Dins. But other people reading the forums might not realize the FAA, police, ambulances, military, etc... have RF space to themselves. LoL
  16. Whenever my neighbors upstairs are being WAY too loud, I de-auth their WiFi. Will report back if this conditions them like Pavlov's dogs. Buhahaha!

  17. FCC violation and lawsuit material. Marriot got fined almost 1 million dollars by the FCC for jamming 802.11 frequencies so guests had to use their paid WiFi. That was just from the FCC on a public frequency. I could picture Feds in suits if an emergency worker complained to the FCC.
  18. betting the WordPress Support Forum database is reaching a terabyte in size by now. :-/

  19. $bustSize = "38-a"; echo (preg_match('/^3(0|1|2|3|4)\-((c{1,3})|(d{1,3})){1}$/',$bustSize)) ? "Hello there!\n" : "Data input reject error: bust-size must be an integer 30 - 34 followed by letters c or d.\n";

  20. But what about the Obama administration and IRS targeting the Tea Party? Well, what if I'm a tea party supporter? All of a sudden the IRS could be paying particular attention to me just because I text/call my fellow Tea Party supporters. Maybe even, I end up getting pulled over all the time, screened by TSA, etc... Just because my name ends up on some government database as a "Tea Party supporter". Or if somebody eaves dropping on my conversations just decides to make life difficult because they dislike my person beliefs for whatever reason? That's why its illegal and unconstitutional. However, that seems to no longer apply. Well we can speculate scenarios of targeted attacks, but from the goal of information, who you call is already information obtained, what you do and say on that call is what I believe people generally want to protect. I could be entirely wrong from my perspective but the value of protecting communication technologies as a standard for both the citizen and the government should be just that, a standard, a minimum level of expectation of the devices leveraging the communication technologies. I wasn't speculating much. I was giving examples of stuff that happens. Your claiming it doesn't is more speculative. Why would they illegally spy on average citizens? Because they have nothing better to do, but listen to random people talk about their grandkids? Behavior is motivated, and with a result in mind. That's basic physiology. Why not encrypt communications? I don't know a lot about Edge, 4G, LTE, etc... But I'd guess they have and make use of an encryption standard. But its pretty much law that data providers need to build in access for federal law enforcement to access communications. What if you're randomly talking about BinRev? You could get flagged. Then one day decide to download something with questionable legality. Then get singled out because as far as the Feds are concerned you're a "hacker". Just look at how many middle-eastern and Chinese citizens are wanting proxies, encryption applications to have some sense of privacy in their lives. EDIT: Please don't try to take my comments that wrong way Zapperlink. I'm just debating my beliefs in the mater. Well... debating my opinion... I think applications that allow end to end encryption are extemely useful for anybody. Not just James Bond. I think the "hunt" for Osama Bin Ladin pretty much proves that if the U.S. Federal Government wants to spy, find, or eliminate you; there's nowhere in the world you can hide for very long. Even as good as a great encryption key is: the Federal government has pretty much unlimited resources for clustered super-computers and access to almost anything or anywhere (oh. we had stealth Black Hawk helicopters able to evade in airspace w/i a short distance of Pakistani Military facilities??? ;-) )
  21. But what about the Obama administration and IRS targeting the Tea Party? Well, what if I'm a tea party supporter? All of a sudden the IRS could be paying particular attention to me just because I text/call my fellow Tea Party supporters. Maybe even, I end up getting pulled over all the time, screened by TSA, etc... Just because my name ends up on some government database as a "Tea Party supporter". Or if somebody eaves dropping on my conversations just decides to make life difficult because they dislike my person beliefs for whatever reason? That's why its illegal and unconstitutional. However, that seems to no longer apply.
  22. It's basically what C.N.N. tells sheeple a "hacker" is. The average person doesn't know anything about technology, so they look at what Kim Komando (or other "technology experts") write on CNN and USA Today. Total rubbish! I mean, she says, "a hacker broke into Home Depot and stole peoples' credit card numbers. Bad hackers!". So... that's what people think; architects, mail carriers, police officers, and judges. Doesn't matter what they do for a living, if Kim Komando says its true, its gotta be true. However, if someone kept breaking into a bank's vault and stealing money that way.... They'd say, "crap my banks sucks. It needs a new vault and better security. Of course a burglar will sneak in and rob a bank if they leave the doors and vault unlocked or insecure".
  23. https://www.eff.org/nsa-spying
  24. Why the heck is an automotive battery charger more than a new car battery???? In any-case, merry xmas.

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