Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 26 2008,16:09
I would believe there is a way around sniffing: have your own server in a trusted environment, and whenever you go to a cafe, use your server as a proxy while encapsulating all traffic between your server and DSL with ssh.
Having fat32 can get your files infected with windows viruses. But, as with the md5 limited set of possibilities causing a clash, security comes through the levels of packaging. Your files can get infected. But having them get infected, while also keeping their signatures recognizable as the files they are, and also keeping their structure intact so they still are usable, is way more rare. As the main file is a cloop pack, altering something would trigger a warning either on load or when trying to read from the changed block.
There's no such thing as life. Those mean little jocks invented it ;)
Windows is not a virus. A virus does something!