Archive for May, 2004

floating data storage

Saturday, May 15th, 2004

Wojciech Purczynski and Michal Zalewski have an awesome paper on floating data storage. What they mean by that is storage of your data on the internet, but not in a conventional manner. They mean storing it on the wire, and in mail queues. On a similar note I have been thinking about a pet linux […]

my comments are no longer owned

Thursday, May 13th, 2004

After finally just getting tooo much blog spam: I have finally got around to installing James Seng’s Turing Plugin. Hopefully this means I can drop a few of my iptables drop rules (I’m sure that most of the spam comments were posted via anonymous proxies, so fighting that is also impossible)