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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 1:26 am    Post subject: A nice site, Hide computer activity from Big Brother Reply with quote

http://filesharefreak.com/2008/03/04/how-to-hide-everything-you-do-fro m-big-brother/


Hope this helps people.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 2:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello there,

Rather than just post a random link to some site it would be really nice if you told us why you like this and what your experience of using the software is - this kind of linking does not make it sound like something I want to click...

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Actually most of it isn't downloading any software, it is using common services which encrypt your data.

Web proxies mask your IP by filtering it through 10 other IP's first, and at that point your IP is basically untraceable. Firefox and most other browsers have a proxy section in the options where you can connect to a proxy server to do this.

There are some email sites on there to get free email addresses which encrypts all your email that is sent and received. Encryption is impossible to break, not even the best super computers can do it.

There are many things on that site that boils down to your individual needs.

Ask any questions and I'll help out as much as I can with more specifics.

There are some programs however.

Such as http://www.truecrypt.org , which allows you to encrypt folders to the point where they will be impossible to access without the keycode that is generated. Lose this code and you lose access, so you gotta be careful.

http://www.pgp.com PGP seems to be a program that encourages the encryption of all data you deal with, whether it is emails, instant messages, or general web surfing activity.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 4:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Encryption is impossible to break, not even the best super computers can do it."

Thats what the germans also thought!!!!! but enigma was broken Very Happy you really have to be looking at 256 or 512bit encrption and even then I bet there's people out there who can do it. Tech we don't even know about.

there has been many a clever fraudster or mob boss that has used encryption and gotten caught.

I used to have a 64bit system for my computer until a friend showed me he could break it with software he found on the net. it took a few hours but got there in the end.

plus, several "companies" use software that networks hundreds of computers together to create cracking solutions.
you only need around 1 billion compute cycles per second for 128bit systems.

Even Interback securities says that triple des encryption is only extremely difficult, and they hold vast numbers of peoples online storage.

ps, there is one computer that has been publicly voiced is called the EFF Cracker. can hack and break DES encryption in 60 hours. and that was back in 1998. just think what it can do now.

a lot of alway's on computers, much like mine, the encryption can be bypassed by using a remote ram dump of the computer you want to break, and get the key that way.
these dumps are not hard to do even for a basic hacker.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I used to have a "seat" of Surfcam CAD/CAM for machining when I ran a CNC machine to make furniture parts. The originator of Surfcam was a legendary genius program writer, and Surfcam had some wicked key encryption also to inhibit pirating and unauthorized use. The annual maintenance dues were $1500.00, so these programs were very expensive to create and keep current, but the key was hacked in two weeks by a talented and determined cracker with good computing resources at hand. Until we have quantum encryption nothing is entirely safe, and with the Dept of Fatherland Security running wild now I figure they have a backdoor in to anything anyway.

I am not doing anything illegal or of such importance that it needs to be kept private so beyond getting credit cards and identity swiped I have given up on the idea of total privacy. I do also worry that the Feds can plant child pornography on your machine in order to frame you, and that is very bothersome
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 6:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

quantum encryption is already here, though very expensive. it tells you when someone is evesdropping on your network via a drop in commuication speed.

Nearly all commercial software eg windows and the like have back doors in them.
The whole responsibility of the NSA is to breakdown ALL emails phonecalls and data transferres that come into and out of the US. money is no problem for them so anything they need to break your encryption is at their fingertips.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What kind of encryption was that though, emlong? Sure, 32-bit and 64-bit encryption has been broken before, but encryption isn't a one trick pony.

They have 256-bit encryption these days which is 100% impossible to crack.

"Now that we know that the distributed attacks will only shave off a few bits, what about Moore’s law which historically meant that computers roughly doubled in speed every 18 months? That means in 48 years we can shave another 32 bits off the encryption armor which means 5 trillion future computers might get lucky in 5 years to find the key for RC5 128-bit encryption. But with 256-bit AES encryption, that moves the date out another 192 years before computers are predicted to be fast enough to even attempt a massively distributed attack. To give you an idea how big 256 bits is, it’s roughly equal to the number of atoms in the universe!"

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/ou/is-encryption-really-crackable/204
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