Dude my name is Andrew too :D BTW, are you all aware that the
TrueCrypt project is now using LRW (http://tinyurl.com/dsstj) "mode
of operation" instead of CBC, which is aparently less secure? This
change applies to the implementation of AES, which SSL utilizes (in
conjunction with RC4?). I'm no cryptologist or skilled hacker like a
lot of you here are, but I thought this development looked like
something that might be important for the development of Tor.|
On Tue, Nov 29, 2005 at 09:38:48AM -0500, or@xxxxxxxxx wrote 4.9K bytes in 98 lines about: : Hmm, when I read this I assumed you were just connecting from some : high fraud country, though now that I think about it, it could be : both. Maybe your billing address is in Cambridge, MA and you're : connecting from a completely different country which has an extremely : high fraud rate. While this an edge case, when I travel around the world, I frequently come from foreign IP addresses that don't match my residential or business addresses. Frankly, i wouldn't do business with them, or call them up and explain the situation. Lots of the working world are travelers.