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CryptoSeal Shuts Down Consumer VPN Service To Avoid Fighting NSA

julf Re:anyone anywhere (361 comments)

Is anyone here old enough to remember anon.penet.fi?

Yes :)

1 year,2 days
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Nokia N9: the World's Most Underrated Smartphone?

julf Re:Not underrated at all (176 comments)

Agree - love mine, and they sold really well for the short time they were available. Yes, it has bugs - but mainly because they fired the development team before they had a chance to fix the bugs.

about 2 years ago
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Why Waste Servers' Heat?

julf Been there, done that... (204 comments)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/jul/20/helsinki-data-centre-heat-homes

more than 3 years ago
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Learning Programming In a Post-BASIC World

julf Lua? (510 comments)

Lua is simple, straightforward, high-level enough, and has the instant gratification factor of being useable in games and graphics.

more than 3 years ago
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GnomeMeeting 1.0 Videoconferencing/VoIP Released

julf But unfortuantely it's h323 only (178 comments)

And h323 is a dying dinosaur (basically ISDN over IP). SIP (& other more modern and lightweight *internet* (as opposed to telephony) protocols) is the way to go.

more than 10 years ago

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Belgian professor in cryptography hacked - probably by NSA / GCHQ

julf julf writes  |  about 9 months ago

julf (323835) writes "Belgian professor Jean-Jacques Quisquater, internationally renowned expert in data security who has been heavily involved in the electonic payment chips, was the victim of hacking. And, as was the case in the Belgacom hacking affair, there are indications the American secret service NSA and its British counterpart, the GCHQ might be involved."
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