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Ask Slashdot: Do You Move Legal Data With Torrents?

zoloto All data is legal (302 comments)

somewhere in the world, whatever you're moving, it's legal.

about a year and a half ago
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Windows Blue: Microsoft's Plan To Release a New Version of Windows Every Year

zoloto Re:So... (712 comments)

are you kidding? 98se fixed a boatload of things 98 had wrong with it.

about 2 years ago
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Man Arrested For Photo of Burning Poppy On Facebook

zoloto Re:The point (534 comments)

So give them their due...

about 2 years ago
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The Privacy Illusion

zoloto Re:What people really want (198 comments)

That whole part about items not enumerated were left to the people or states also includes privacy. I wish the government would mind it's own fucking business.

about 2 years ago
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Verizon Worker Arrested For Copying Customer's Nude Pictures

zoloto Re:A special kind of stupid. (282 comments)

Which is why it's a joke that it went so far as to have them arrested and charged.

about 2 years ago
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7.7 Magnitude Quake Hits British Columbia

zoloto Re:Slashdot-worthy? (65 comments)

Maybe none that you could feel. I'm fairly certain that every home everywhere has been subject to them at one time or another in the last hundred years.

about 2 years ago
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Feds Continue To Consider Linux Users Criminals For Watching DVDs

zoloto Re:duh (423 comments)

Umm.. You can take that statist attitude elsewhere.

there are so many reasons using your own property should be illegal and is immoral that this talking point is useless.

Again, and more pointedly, go fuck yourself for that.

about 2 years ago
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Anonymous' WikiLeaks-Like Project Tyler To Launch In December

zoloto Re:much better idea (101 comments)

freenet is not free. it's written in java which is not open source and not free. java is shit anyways.

about 2 years ago
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Anonymous' WikiLeaks-Like Project Tyler To Launch In December

zoloto Re:Sounds like Tor (101 comments)

tor is not "centralized" freenet is not "free" either, it being written in java

about 2 years ago
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Anonymous' WikiLeaks-Like Project Tyler To Launch In December

zoloto Re:Just like the progression of music sharing (101 comments)

When you get something that's not written to use a proprietary system like Java, then we'll talk. Till then, "freenet" really isn't "Free" and it's utter shit.

about 2 years ago
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Anonymous' WikiLeaks-Like Project Tyler To Launch In December

zoloto Re:It's a trap! (101 comments)

With the source out there, we'd know relatively quickly if that were the case.

about 2 years ago
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FTC Offers $50,000 For Best Way To Stop Robocalls

zoloto Re:Solution (614 comments)

well that's just a firmware patch away :P

about 2 years ago
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Windows 8: Do I Really Need a Single OS?

zoloto Re:Developers love USDP (344 comments)

Eclipse is total garbage. I'd rather use vim to code java than use eclipse.

about 2 years ago
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Saudi Arabia Calls For Global Internet Censorship Body

zoloto Re:Public order be damned!!! (678 comments)

Honestly. Truly. And absolutely 100% seriously. I would stand between you and them. No one should suffer for the decisions they make religiously and using their freedom of speech.

about 2 years ago
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DRM Could Come To 3D Printers

zoloto Re:Shouldn't be patentable (315 comments)

Then people like myself will easily hack the firmware of the printers to prevent this DRM check from even being allowed.

Most engineering shops I work with don't have an internet connection let alone the cabling to wire a fucking printer to the internet.

about 2 years ago
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You Can't Print a Gun If You Have No 3D Printer

zoloto Re:Politics (632 comments)

As someone who's done some R&D work on alternate items and composites, having one not be metal at all is a very real possibility.

about 2 years ago
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EU Privacy Watchdog To ICANN: Law Enforcement WHOIS Demands "Unlawful"

zoloto Re:When it's Free to be Anonymous, (81 comments)

domainmonster.com (mine, customer only, no affiliation aside from that) gives privacy stuff for free.

that shit shouldn't cost a dime

about 2 years ago
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Advertisers Never Intended To Honor DNT

zoloto Re:AdBlock &/Ghostery don't do as much (308 comments)

just to reply to the rant no one will read in its entirety, you can disable any and all of those whitelisted you don't want to see. ad-blocking shouldn't be an automatic blacklisting thing anyways. Pay a-fucking-ttention and participate in what you block or allow.

about 2 years ago

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zoloto zoloto writes  |  more than 7 years ago

zoloto (586738) writes "Version 2.0 of the popular encryption software GnuPG was released at 12:27 CET. Best part is you can install GnuPG 1.4.5 and 2.0 side by side. From the announcement:

The GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) is GNU's tool for secure communication
and data storage. It can be used to encrypt data, create digital
signatures, help authenticating using Secure Shell and to provide a
framework for public key cryptography. It includes an advanced key
management facility and is compliant with the OpenPGP and S/MIME
standards.

GnuPG-2 has a different architecture than GnuPG-1 (e.g. 1.4.5) in that
it splits up functionality into several modules. However, both
versions may be installed alongside without any conflict. In fact,
the gpg version from GnuPG-1 is able to make use of the gpg-agent as
included in GnuPG-2 and allows for seamless passphrase caching. The
advantage of GnuPG-1 is its smaller size and the lack of dependency on
other modules at run and build time. We will keep maintaining GnuPG-1
versions because they are very useful for small systems and for server
based applications requiring only OpenPGP support.

GnuPG is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License
(GPL). GnuPG-2 works best on GNU/Linux or *BSD systems. Other POSIX
compliant systems are also supported but have not yet been tested very
well."

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