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Good evening, tonight I decided to do a bit of fun stuff. You know how yesterday I said that no government agency could decode truth. That is true. However, it is not true that a government agency could be notified of the truth existing. Both, mathematically and practically, it is possible for a gov't agent decoding the truth from my message. With that, s/he could find a bogus unconstitutional law to frame me for and have me put in jail. Then, accidentally of course, I could be killed during a jail riot initiated by spooks. It's not like it hasn't been done before, even after the FOIA and the infamous reign of J. Edgar Hoover. One shouldn't be too paranoid since a person who is so mediocre and ignorant is the least of the totalitarian's worries. But if you want mathematical and practical security that no one can read what you wrote, PGP is pretty good for privacy. For example, a diary that no one cares about can be stored and password protected using PGPfreeware 7.0.3. It's not very easy, but if you can figure out the learning curve, you're not broadcasting your message to any loser. However, it does depend on how secure you are about it. I wrote a bit about how a determined person can get your info a while back. I came up with a new one for PGP. Instead of a person, a huge group of people allied against a lot of people including you can decode a lot of PGPs. They can just use their own generator to generate public and private blocks, right? Say that they have a 50 gigakey per second machine on the task. That means that they can also save 50 gigakeys per second. They would have a database (a very large one at that) and would have all the keys. That is where the mathematics breaks down, I would guess. Instead of one in million years, it becomes one per year. Not only that, every new user is likely also in that database. In a year, a very powerful computer could have half of the PGPs in use and half of the ones to be used in the near future. That is what mass use of encryption can do. In fact, it has already been done. The distributed supercomputer has done it, but I wonder if they stored it in a database. Of course they did!

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If you decode that, I'll give you a cookie. The top one is my public key. If you want to send me a message, use it. How? Just get the software. If you want me to give you sensitive info, give me your public key. Of course, remember that using PGP is as good as arresting yourself if you're actually doing anything illegal.

Today I went on Kazaa and downloaded some cool stuff. There's this hack hotmail hoax that is hilarious. A person just this side of stupid would do it. You just send your password to this hotmail account and the robot sends you the password, right? Wrong! You give your password and immediately you lose your password! Do not pass go, do not collect $200. Go directly to hell. ^_^ They did the same for Everquest, Yahoo, etc. I went on google and searched for hotmail hack hoax and found the actual hotmail hack. It was in Spanish, though. I could have gone through a translator, but I could get the general stuff. It's pretty good, too. I'm not going to give you the link because you can probably look in google for hotmail hack hoax and look for the first one in spanish by yourself. The lesson for today: hacking does not require you to send your password to anyone. However, lame-assed wanna-be hackers do require you to send your password to them so that they can hax0r your e-mail. In the top left, I decided to put the text of that. Also on the top right is a more serious, but similarly misleading how to hack. It says that it is easy, but just installing Linux is a pain in the arse, let alone looking for exploitable machines and exploiting them without getting caught. If you're looking for an easy way to hack, you've already lost. Hacking, I might remind you is a lifetime aspiration. Only the 1337 few can actually be hackers. But 1337 has nothing to do with natural skill or birthright or reading "Hacking for Dummies". It has to do with being creative and doing something that is worthwhile opposed to those who wish to destroy through ignorance.

Today I installed Apache (setup page shown lower right) and PHP (not to be confused with PGP). I want to learn PHP so that I can replace my ASP websites with PHP websites. Then I can convert half of my doings over to Linux. I guess I can make a little progress list now of my preparing to switch to Linux.

  • (1/5) Learn OpenGL
  • (2/5) Learn GCC
  • (2/5) Learn PHP
  • (1/5) Find a Linux Distrobution
  • (3/5) Learn to use GIMP
  • (0/5) Find a replacement for MilkShape3D
  • (0/5) Find Linux drivers for Webcam
  • (3/5) Start using PGP
  • (0/5) Convert AltSci Manga Director to OpenGL
  • (0/5) Convert Javantea's Fate Dev Website to PHP
  • (0/500) Iron out the rest


I'm planning to switch by June 2003. Maybe my first Linux test should go on my old computer. Of course, it's destroyed, but that doesn't matter. ^_^ Hmmm, maybe I can use that old 6 GB drive or the 1 GB drive... That would be a big step, huh?

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