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Află azi ce vei auzi mâine!

Spre surprinderea mea, după ce timp de 2-3 luni am ascultat continuu piesele lor, azi, la Radio Guerrilla (cu 2 de R și 2 de L 🙂 ) am auzit Zaz! Ce e Zaz? O imagine face cât 1000 de cuvinte. Eu vă prezint un videoclip…

Dacă vă încântă auzul, pe YouTube găsiți și alte videoclipuri ale aceleiași trupe. Calitatea pieselor este de necontestat!

Îi puteți găsi pe: Youtube, Facebook, MySpace

Gaură de securitate în e-guvernare

Daca va intrebati pe ce se duc banii din fonduri europene, aflati ca se duc pe solutii informatice nefunctionale sau – cel mult – pe solutii functionale partial si cu gauri de securitate.

Mai jos gasiti cateva imagini cu un Info Chiosc SmartTouch furnizat (probabil) de catre Asesoft si finantat din bani europeni.

Va las sa dati clic pe imagine si sa dati frau liber imaginatiei, gandindu-va ce as fi putut face mai departe…

Mediasentry – un fel de SRI peste graniță

Periodic primesc diverse mailuri de la un oarecare A Kempe ce pretinde că este angajat al Mediasentry – o companie obositoare ce nu face altceva decât să belească ochii în curul „internauților” atunci când descarcă orice – muzică, filme, poze, documente – toate considerate ca fiind protejate de legea drepturilor de autor.

Cetățeanul de mai sus mi-a devenit antipatic după ce i-am trimis nenumărate mailuri în care îl avertizam că nu sunt eu cel care trebuie să primească aceste mailuri. Cum? Păi, simplu!

Să zicem că există un idiot pe lume care nu știe al cui este IPul X. Idiotul poate să verifice pe RIPE posesorul claselor de IPuri.

Deși i-am explicat cum se intră pe acel site și ce reprezintă el, cetățeanul de mai sus nu are cunoștințele idiotului din paragraful anterior și nici nu știe că nu are autoritatea de a verifica traficul efectuat de către IPul din .ro despre care îmi grohăie el în mail. Drept urmare, îmi trimite astfel de mailuri pe care – deși le marchez ca SPAM de fiecare dată – le tot primesc în Inbox.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

XXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXX

RE:  Unauthorized Distribution of the Copyrighted Motion Picture Entitled
Takers

Dear xxxxx:

We are writing this letter on behalf of Columbia Pictures Industries Inc., („Columbia Pictures”) who owns certain rights under copyright law in the title Takers.

You are receiving this notice because your Internet account was identified as having been used recently to copy and/or distribute illegally the copyrighted motion pictures and/or television shows listed at the bottom of this notice. This notice provides you with the information you need in order to take immediate action that can prevent serious legal and other consequences. These actions include:

1. Stop downloading or uploading without authorization any motion pictures or TV shows owned or distributed by Columbia Pictures; and

2. Permanently delete from your computer(s) all unauthorized copies you may have already made of these movies and TV shows.

If this notice is being received by an Internet Service Provider (ISP), please forward the notice to the individual associated with the activities.

The unauthorized distribution or public performance of copyrighted works constitutes copyright infringement under the Copyright Act, Title 17 U.S Code Section 106(3)-(4). This conduct may also violate the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works and The Universal Copyright Convention, as well as bilateral treaties with other countries that allow for protection of Columbia Pictures copyrighted works even beyond U.S borders.

Copyright infringement also violates your ISP’s terms of service and could lead to limitation or suspension of your Internet service.  You should take immediate action to prevent your Internet account from being used for illegal activities.

An MPAA website, www.respectcopyrights.org, offers step-by-step instructions to ensure that your Internet account is not being used to violate the copyright laws.  Also, the site can point you to an array of legal choices for enjoying movies and TV shows online. You can also learn there how theft of motion pictures and TV shows damages our economy and costs thousands of Americans their jobs.

Please contact us at the above listed address or by replying to this email should you have any questions.

We are providing this notice based on our good faith belief that the use of motion pictures and television programs owned by Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owners, their agents, or the law.  The information in this notification is accurate. Under penalty of perjury, we are authorized to act on behalf of the owners of the exclusive rights that are being infringed.  This letter is without prejudice to the rights and remedies of Columbia Pictures, all of which are expressly reserved.

We appreciate your assistance and thank you for your cooperation in this matter.  In your future correspondence with us, please refer to Case ID 1115374041.

Your prompt response is requested.

Respectfully,

A Kempe
Enforcement Coordinator
MediaSentry

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INFRINGEMENT DETAIL
——————–

Infringing Work: Takers
First Found: 21 Nov 2010 15:22:04 EST (GMT -0500)
Last Found: 21 Nov 2010 15:22:04 EST (GMT -0500)
IP Address: xx.xxx.xxx.xxx
IP Port: xxxxx
Protocol: BitTorrent
Torrent InfoHash: 5E082AA0C06D487E2D7B1256AC91D9

8DF302A74A

Containing file(s):

Takers.2010.Cam.Xvid-CLASSiFiED-[UsaBit.com].torrent (1,071,612,068 bytes)



6D vs Racheta din Venus

6D – noua revelație în domeniul cinematografiei. Film 3D clasic, scaune mobile (de fapt bănci), aer, apă, sunet surround. Și cam atât.

Senzația este unică și merită trăită o dată. Doar o dată!

Cu ce este diferit un cinema 6D de racheta din Venus (uneori e și în București)? Păi la racheta din Venus lipsesc: modernizarea, filmul 3D, apa și aerul. Conceptul e același. Deci cu ceva investiții în rachetă, ar bate la popou orice cinema nD 🙂

Doamna Udrea probabil că are alte pasiuni cu mult mai aducătoare de bani decât investiția în racheta din parcul de distracții Venus.

Racheta

Racheta din statiunea Venus

.0 (dot zero) IP ?

Am tot auzit despre „greșeala” celor de la RDS și anume alocarea de adrese IP ce se termină în .0 (punct zero).
Pentru cei mai puțin pregătiți în domeniu, citez:

Addresses ending in 0 or 255
Main article: IPv4 subnetting reference

It is a common misunderstanding that addresses ending with an octet of 0 or 255 can never be assigned to hosts. (See also Subnet – all zeros or all ones.) This is only true of networks with subnet masks of at least 24 bits — Class C networks in the old classful addressing scheme, or in CIDR, networks with masks of /24 to /32 (or 255.255.255.0–255.255.255.255).

In classful addressing (now obsolete with the advent of CIDR), there are only three possible subnet masks: Class A, 255.0.0.0 or /8; Class B, 255.255.0.0 or /16; and Class C, 255.255.255.0 or /24. For example, in the subnet 192.168.5.0/255.255.255.0 (or 192.168.5.0/24) the identifier 192.168.5.0 refers to the entire subnet, so it cannot also refer to an individual device in that subnet.

A broadcast address is an address that allows information to be sent to all machines on a given subnet, rather than a specific machine. Generally, the broadcast address is found by obtaining the bit complement of the subnet mask and performing a bitwise OR operation with the network identifier. In other words, the broadcast address is the last address in the range belonging to the subnet. In our example, the broadcast address would be 192.168.5.255, so to avoid confusion this address also cannot be assigned to a host. On a Class A, B, or C subnet, the broadcast address always ends in 255.

However, this does not mean that every addresses ending in 255 cannot be used as a host address. For example, in the case of a Class B subnet 192.168.0.0/255.255.0.0 (or 192.168.0.0/16), equivalent to the address range 192.168.0.0–192.168.255.255, the broadcast address is 192.168.255.255. However, one can assign 192.168.1.255, 192.168.2.255, etc. (though this can cause confusion). Also, 192.168.0.0 is the network identifier and so cannot be assigned[why?][citation needed], but 192.168.1.0, 192.168.2.0, etc. can be assigned (though this can also cause confusion).

With the advent of CIDR, broadcast addresses do not necessarily end with 255.

In general, the first and last addresses in a subnet are used as the network identifier and broadcast address, respectively. All other addresses in the subnet can be assigned to hosts on that subnet.

Citatul de mai sus este luat de la http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv4#Addresses_ending_in_0_or_255

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