On Tue, 8 Feb 2011 18:55:58 -0500, Nathan See wrote:
> On Sun, 6 Feb 2011 18:33:38 -0500, Madhav "Mr. Nepal" Acharya wrote:
> I am currently a ProXpn customer and I was told that the Government
> can simply subpoena that company for logs if they want them. So
> doesn't that basically make it kind of pointless?
> just so i can get it off my chest I would like to say that i always
> thought that it would be impossible for the government to get a
> subpoena because the traffic is encrypted to begin with, which means
> they cant produce any probable cause to get the warrant. And, if the
> G-Men can break the encryption they would have to admit that in court
> and then IT security as we know it would be in question on a global
> scale. Do I have the right idea?
First off, let's all be UPFRONT here and tell us what you plan to use
a VPN for?
I mean a subpoena, what are going to do...?
Let's GET REAL here, tell us what you are going to do and then maybe
someone can give you a straight answer...MAN UP...
If all you're going to do is download pirated software, well, depends
how much and if you're going to be a big distributor...
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YOU want to be next...? **** with 'FOX then... https://www.icmag.com/ic/showpost.ph...9&postcount=25
Anybody with an internet connection, 5 grand, an iq above room
temperature and basic literacy can grow outstanding cannabis.