Tunneling through a hostile proxy?

2002-07-23 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
will secure user - proxy and proxy - server separately, with the proxy able to observe cleartext. Could an SSH connection be made under these conditions? Pointers appreciated, thanks. -- Roy M. Silvernail Proprietor, scytale.com [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: How can you tell if your alarm company's...

2003-08-14 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Saturday 09 August 2003 02:01, John Kozubik wrote: On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Tyler Durden wrote: ...in cahoots with the authorities? Most intelligent and savvy people I know roll their own Tivo (PVR, etc.) - I think the answer to your question is that it would be reasonable (and trivial) to

In the matter of Mr. Fuq

2003-08-14 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
When I suggested a few weeks ago that someone would eventually argue for a constitutionally guaranteed right to be heard, members of the list both reminded me (quite correctly) that no such right does or can exist, and opined that because of the obvious fallacy of the claim, no one would make

Re: [cta@hcsin.net: Re: CNN: 'Explores Possibility that Power Outage is Related to Internet Worm']

2003-08-16 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Friday 15 August 2003 22:29, Chris Kuethe wrote: On Fri, 15 Aug 2003, Harmon Seaver wrote: Somehow I have difficulty believing the these people could be so totally lame as to be running mission-critical stuff like this on windoze. Please say it isn't true. it's scary just how much

Re: reliance that's scary

2003-08-18 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Sunday 17 August 2003 11:43, Major Variola (ret) wrote: I had the pleasure ca 1997 of figuring out how to browser-enable a multiton industrial machine (the kind with big red stop buttons, rotating lights on it when it was operating, and stickers showing various forms of dismemberment

Re: spam blacklists and lne CDR

2003-08-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Wednesday 27 August 2003 11:52, Eric Murray wrote: Hi. The last couple days I've gotten a lot of mail bounces from cpunks subscribers who are blocking lne.com because it's on the osirusoft spam blacklist. There is no way to get off this list; in fact the site appears to be down. Down,

Re: DoS of spam blackhole lists

2003-09-02 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Monday 01 September 2003 05:03, Andrew Thomas wrote: The above is useful information. Specifically, the recognition of duplicate mail receipts is a concept that is new to me, though that would require that both email addresses would receive an equal amount of 'publicity' on newsgroups,

Re: CAPPS II -- The Latest Red Scare

2003-09-09 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tuesday 09 September 2003 16:47, Tyler Durden wrote: Stop expressing yourself and everything will be OK. Shut up, keep your head down and stay with the pack. All hail mediocrity!

[cdr] Re: The Register - eBay to Fees: come and get what you want (fwd)

2003-09-21 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Saturday 20 September 2003 11:06, martin f krafft wrote: also sprach Jim Choate [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2003.09.20.1638 +0200]: http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/6/32936.html Don't want to open a can of worms here, but is cypherpunks secondary function to be Jim's link distribution list? I

[cdr] Re: Elngsih (was )

2003-09-22 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Monday 22 September 2003 18:39, Thomas Shaddack wrote: Please write if you have questions, thoughts, comments, etc. Could be the l33t sp3ak next generation for the cases when the communication is monitored by automated tools for keywords. Could foil both alerting on keywords and keyword

[cdr] Re: DC Security Geeks Talk: Analysis of an Electronic Voting System

2003-09-25 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Thursday 25 September 2003 12:46, Major Variola (ret) wrote: Someone needs to inject a story about e-voting fraud into the popular imagination. Is Tom Clancy available? Maybe an anonymous, detailed, plausible, (but secretly fictional) blog describing how someone did this in their podunk

Re: Software protection scheme may boost new game sales

2003-10-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Saturday 11 October 2003 04:38, Steve Schear wrote: What the program does is make unauthorized copies of games slowly degrade, by exploiting the systems for error correction that computers use to cope with CD-ROMs or DVDs that have become scratched. Software protected by Fade contains

Re: Nuking USG: not just for cypherpunks anymore

2003-10-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Saturday 11 October 2003 00:14, Major Variola (ret.) wrote: 'If I could just get a nuclear device inside Foggy Bottom, I think that's the answer', he said. --Pat Robertson, republican presidential candidate Robertson was quoting columnist Joel Mowbray, who has written a book entitled

Re: If you didn't pay for it, you've stolen it!

2003-10-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
? Interesting idea, but it sounds kind of cumbersome to roll out. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not http://www.rant-central.com is the new scytale Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss

Re: If you didn't pay for it, you've stolen it!

2003-10-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Friday 24 October 2003 02:46, Steve Schear wrote: Why couldn't this be applied on-line to music. Under current fair use provisions readers and listeners who have purchased a work are allowed to lend it out freely. Surely the number of people who want to read or listen to a work are much

Re: If you didn't pay for it, you've stolen it!

2003-10-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
/really/ like to watch this court battle. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not http://www.rant-central.com is the new scytale Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss

Freenet and DHCP

2003-11-03 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
In looking over the Freenet FAQ (specifically the Firewall/NAT stuff), it looks like a static public IP address is assumed/needed. My DSL connection is DHCP, so my visible IP changes periodically. Even more fun, the visible IP isn't visible from my side. (I get a 10.x.x.x address from my DSL

Re: e voting

2003-11-21 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Friday 21 November 2003 12:19, Tim May wrote: On Nov 21, 2003, at 8:16 AM, Major Variola (ret.) wrote: Secretary of State Kevin Shelley is expected to announce today that as of 2006, all electronic voting machines in California must be able to produce a paper printout that voters can

Re: People getting high == threat to homeland security

2003-12-02 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 12:23:29PM -0500, Declan McCullagh wrote: Query: What, nowadays, is *not* a threat to homeland security? Anything that advances the cause of repealing the Constitution. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not http://www.rant-central.com is the new

Re: Speaking of Reason

2003-12-10 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tuesday 09 December 2003 19:57, Eric Murray wrote: Ok, bye! plonk Eric (just to make it crystal clear, Tim's going in my _personal_ killfile) Shit, mine too. I really don't get what's happened to Tim. He used to be a great resource. Now he's even forgotten how to troll well. shrug

Re: Anti-globalization

2003-12-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Thursday 11 December 2003 22:00, Neil Johnson wrote: What I object to are corporations who utilize their power (money) to influence governments to make laws that benefit them at the expense of others. - The DMCA - Tariffs AND Free Trade Agreements - H1-B visas And now... tarrifs for

Re: U.S. in violation of Geneva convention?

2003-12-17 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tuesday 16 December 2003 21:01, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In a message dated 12/15/2003 9:44:03 PM Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: There are specific clauses which refer to not publically humiliating a prisoner. I'm surprised the Agitprop Division didn't show video of

Re: [IP] One Internet provider's view of FBI's CALEA wiretap push

2004-04-22 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
... should be able to do a number on a flash chip pretty well. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Satellite eavesdropping of 802.11b traffic

2004-05-27 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
(?) are for microwaves, right? Where better to put the big dish than in orbit? Clarke-belt birds are separated by what, 10 km? So a 5 km dish would be feasible. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not http://www.rant-central.com is the new scytale Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's

Re: Reverse Scamming 419ers

2004-06-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
money by dint of deception. They break the social contract. I can't get too worked up about turning the tables on them. Think of it as evolution in action. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http

Re: Reverse Scamming 419ers

2004-06-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Fri, 2004-06-11 at 14:41, Eric Cordian wrote: Roy M. Silvernail wrote: Think of it as evolution in action. I think we've identified another applicant on the short list for Tim May's old job. :) But I didn't come right out and *say* they need killing. :) -- Roy M. Silvernail

Re: (SOT) [Full-Disclosure] Possible First Crypto Virus Definitely Discovered! (fwd)

2004-06-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
? I vote prank. Looks like BIFF!!1! got hisself a EmCeeEssEE. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: [IP] When police ask your name, you must give it, Supreme Court says (fwd from dave@farber.net)

2004-06-22 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
for ruining my day! Now I'm going to go home and watch Equilibrium again. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Shuffling to the sound of the Morlocks' dinner bell

2004-06-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
around Cincinnati running it, which considering the Republican slant of the state I found interesting. Don't know how long it's scheduled to play, though. I didn't see any final performance posters (and of course. moviefone.com doesn't show closing dates). -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [IP] more on more on E-mail intercept ruling - good grief!! (fwd from dave@farber.net)

2004-07-02 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Sunder wrote: On Fri, 2 Jul 2004, Roy M. Silvernail wrote: Call me cynical (no... go ahead), but if VOIP is found to have no 4th Amendment protection, Congress would first have to agree that this *is* a problem before thay could fix it. Given the recent track record of legislators vs

Re: [IP] more on more on E-mail intercept ruling - good grief!! (fwd from dave@farber.net)

2004-07-02 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
on a strict interpretation and such intercepts aren't wiretaps at all. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: GPS, phones, toothing

2004-07-05 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
grown popular *because* of the proximity limitations. One has a reasonable assurance that the object of pursuit is close enough to close escrow, as Lenny Nero would say. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Progress, like reality, is not optional. - R. A. Hettinga SpamAssassin

Re: Another John Young Sighting

2004-08-23 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
they'll vote Bush, but only because it will hasten the inevitable final breakdown. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Progress, like reality, is not optional. - R. A. Hettinga SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Remailers an unsolveable paradox?

2004-09-01 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Nomen Nescio wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Are remailers an unsolveable paradox? Yes. Adios, Lemuria. Hate to see you go, but I understand completely. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS

Re: A nice little dose of pop conspiracy theory...

2004-09-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
the flight 77 equipment (the 757 that supposedly crashed into the Pentagon) finally end up? -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Progress, like reality, is not optional. - R. A. Hettinga SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: How to fuck with airports - a 1 step guide for (Redmond) terrorists.

2004-09-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
to prevent a data overload, a union official told the LA Times. That would be 49.71026961805556 days, or (curiously enough) 4294967295 (0x) milliseconds. Known problem with Win95 ('cept they call Win95 a server). -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're

Re: US Retardation of Free Markets (was Airport insanity)

2004-10-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
not justify means. A reasonable man would argue that attacking an occupied building with highly destructive weapons is an act intended to incite terror, without needing to even consider the motive. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch

Re: US Retardation of Free Markets (was Airport insanity)

2004-10-26 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
of their interpretation. When the conflict is of a historic scale, the loser is often too dead to object. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: US Retardation of Free Markets (was Airport insanity)

2004-10-26 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 18:38 -0400, R.A. Hettinga wrote: At 6:23 PM -0400 10/26/04, Roy M. Silvernail wrote: Moral superiority, the rationale of both sides of any given violent conflict. The winner gets to use the victory to proclaim the correctness of their interpretation. When the conflict

Re: US Retardation of Free Markets (was Airport insanity)

2004-10-27 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 21:10 -0700, James A. Donald wrote: -- James A. Donald: Moral equivalence, the rationale of those who defend tyranny and slavery. Roy M. Silvernail Moral superiority, the rationale of both sides of any given violent conflict. The winner gets to use

Re: Financial identity is *dangerous*? (was re: Fake companies, real money)

2004-10-29 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Dave Howe wrote: Roy M. Silvernail wrote: I'd thought it was so Microsoft could offer an emulation-based migration path to all the apps that would be broken by Longhorn. MS has since backed off on the new filesystem proposal that would have been the biggest source of breakage (if rumors

Re: Declaration of Expulsion: A Modest Proposal

2004-11-04 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
, if not outright funny. Interestingly, I could see a liberal making exactly the same case, but without the ad hominem attacks. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Declaration of Expulsion: A Modest Proposal

2004-11-04 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
in Anchorage, which isn't *really* Alaska). -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Why you keep losing to this idiot

2004-11-04 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
was right. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: primes as far as the eye can see, discrete continua

2004-12-08 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
://www.sciencenews.org/articles/20040424/mathtrek.asp talks a bit about the general subject. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: tangled context probe

2004-12-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
RWBE in my procmail file next to TM, choate and proffr. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Timing Paranoia

2004-12-11 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
and Usenet, harassing the fuck out of `persons of interest'. Imagine using observed timing to conclude that your agent provocateur operates from geostationary orbit. R. W. may be annoying, but at least he's derivative. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little

Re: An interesting thread...Hacking Bluetooth

2004-12-22 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
, guys tell their girlfriends too much and girlfriends gossip amongst themselves. Nothing to see here. Move along. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: California Bans a Large-Caliber Gun, and the Battle Is On

2005-01-06 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Tyler Durden wrote: And come to think of it, Bowling for Columbine has the accidental affect of making it clear that Guns themselves are not the problem in the US. What leads you to believe that was accidental? -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little

Re: [IP] No expectation of privacy in public? In a pig's eye! (fwd from dave@farber.net)

2005-01-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
go over well with the Powers That Be) -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: WiFi Launcher?

2005-03-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
if that includes the known address of the node. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Anonymous Site Registration

2005-05-26 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
. But if you can be satisfied with a third-level, there are a lot of domains at freedns.afraid.org that will let you tag on a subdomain with just a registration (and you can probably supply a @dodgeit.com address). Then just add a web forward pointing to the Tor gateway. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL

Re: Private Homes may be taken for public good

2005-06-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Quoting Tyler Durden [EMAIL PROTECTED]: How do you take out a bulldozer? (Remember, bulldozer operators can easily be replaced.) RPG7 should do it. They're known to be able to take out a Bradley. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch

Re: Gubmint Tests Passport RFID...

2005-08-09 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
without shielding, given an ID phisher wandering around an airport with a special purpose briefcase. This isn't about phishing. That's just a bonus. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Wikipedia Tor]

2005-09-27 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Wikipedia Tor]

2005-09-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
pseudonymous. (Publius, et al) -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: Wikipedia Tor]

2005-09-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
of actual volunteers-who-code on the side of Tor _or_ Wikipedia to resolve the problem, I'm going to focus on continuing to make Tor better, so down the road maybe we'll be able to see better answers. Roger gets it. The Wikipedians don't. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: Hello directly from Jimbo at Wikipedia]

2005-09-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
. If they want credentials, they need to implement them. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: Wikipedia Tor]]]

2005-09-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
to treat Tor-carried traffic differently than any other traffic. Credentialing and reputation tracking are good ideas, and should be applied universally. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: Wikipedia Tor]

2005-09-30 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
IMHO. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-05 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
happening there. tinfoil_hat What about a trojan that phones home directly, then phones home when the Tor tunnel is set up, giving its owner a correlation between your True IP and Tor IP? Useful, in a black-hatted way? /tinfoil_hat -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [IP] more on U.S. passports to receive RFID implants start

2005-10-31 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
input. Unless the system is shunted with a zener or some such, you should be able to fry it pretty easily. Now put that chip-cooker in a trash can right by the main entrance to an airport and perform some public service. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just