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  • Kåre Presttun | My Blues

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    Original URL path: /kare/blues/ (2016-04-25)



  • Kåre Presttun | Fun
    Places My Blues My Fun Site Stats Page updated 10 May 2011 My Fun TNG Funnies of my friend Patrick J Wallaert Bio Optisk Kunnskapsbærer Personal Computer Security Morsom info innen vitenskap Martin Ystenes The page is too stupid DigiCrime Inc Opera Security Astronomer mot orddeling Avian Carriers A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams on Avian Carriers IP over Avian Carriers with Quality of Service Implementation of RFC

    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/fun/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Kåre Presttun | Oslo
    braserie in the Torshov area Del I Oro cozy tapas bar with lovely food Raymonds mat og vinhus good food reasonable prices and cozy atmosphere Xích Lô Vietnamese food in cozy atmosphere Café Christiania good food and atmosphere Oslo Spiseforretning mmm this is good can be booked for meetings as well Mauds very nice vithe traditional Norwegian food Løvebakken very new and very promising Music Blind Pig for good music

    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/places/oslo/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Kåre Presttun | SpamPal
    Fun Site Stats Page updated 10 May 2011 SpamPal I use SpamPal to filter spam I use it with the Bayesian Plugin the HTMLModify Plugin and the Whitelist Extender Plugin to block spam I use outbound smtp proxy to auto whitelist people I send mail to I have also made an IP Blacklist that you can copy and paste it into Blacklists I P Addresses The list is intended for

    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/spam/spampal/ (2016-04-25)
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    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/Kare_Presttun.asc (2016-04-25)
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  • 6 104 0 0 0 5 112 0 0 0 7 127 0 0 0 8 loopback 128 0 0 0 16 reserved rfc 3330 subject to future allocation 128 66 0 0 16 test IANA 169 254 0 0 16 linklocal rfc 3330 172 16 0 0 12 rfc 1918 173 0 0 0 8 174 0 0 0 7 176 0 0 0 5 184 0 0 0

    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/network/badnet.txt (2016-04-25)
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  • Kåre Presttun | IPv6
    local fe80 5efe 169 254 107 19 life infinite link MTU 1280 true link MTU 65515 current hop limit 128 reachable time 40500ms base 30000ms retransmission interval 1000ms DAD transmits 0 Interface 1 Loopback Pseudo Interface 6BD113CC 5EC2 7638 B953 0B889DA72014 does not use Neighbor Discovery does not use Router Discovery link layer address preferred link local 1 life infinite preferred link local fe80 1 life infinite link MTU 1500 true link MTU 4294967295 current hop limit 128 reachable time 41000ms base 30000ms retransmission interval 1000ms DAD transmits 0 Wow You are now connected via an 6to4 tunnel terminated at the 6to4 ipv6 microsoft com gateway What can I do now Let s test it C Documents and Settings Kare nslookup q any ipv6 research microsoft com Server ns10 ti telenor net Address 130 67 60 68 Non authoritative answer ipv6 research microsoft com AAAA IPv6 address 131 107 65 121 ipv6 research microsoft com AAAA IPv6 address 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 ipv6 research microsoft com internet address 131 107 65 121 microsoft com nameserver dns1 sj msft net microsoft com nameserver dns1 tk msft net microsoft com nameserver dns3 uk msft net microsoft com nameserver dns1 cp msft net microsoft com nameserver dns1 dc msft net C Documents and Settings Kare ping6 ipv6 research microsoft com Pinging ipv6 research microsoft com 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 from 2002 50d5 28db 50d5 28db with 32 bytes of data Reply from 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 bytes 32 time 465ms Reply from 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 bytes 32 time 465ms Reply from 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 bytes 32 time 466ms Reply from 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 bytes 32 time 472ms Ping statistics for 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 Packets Sent 4 Received 4 Lost 0 0 loss Approximate round trip times in milli seconds Minimum 465ms Maximum 472ms Average 467ms C Documents and Settings Kare tracert6 d ipv6 research microsoft com Tracing route to ipv6 research microsoft com 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 from 2002 50d5 28db 50d5 28db over a maximum of 30 hops 1 490 ms 471 ms 459 ms 2002 836b 4179 836b 4179 Trace complete Let s move a bit further out in the world C Documents and Settings Kare tracert6 www ipv6 bieringer de Tracing route to wwwprod ipv6 bieringer de 2001 7b0 1101 1 2 1 from 2002 50d5 2d07 50d5 2d07 over a maximum of 30 hops 1 61 ms 65 ms 64 ms 6to4 ipv6 funet fi 2001 708 0 1 624 2 100 ms 99 ms bb1 hst fe4 0 0 muc ipv6 eurocyber net 2001 768 f 4 1 3 99 ms 100 ms 98 ms fe3 0 inxs muc completel de 2001 650 f807 3d37 1 4 101 ms 241 ms 147 ms fe5 1 0 60 bbr1 muc CompleTel de 2001 7b0 11 2 1 5 103 ms 101 ms 2001 7b0 1101 1 2 1 6 109 ms 108 ms 113 ms so0 1

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  • jot that the CBC with XOR renders half the text unencrypted No one believes that XOR is other than valueless from a security point of view we put it in in preference to nothing so that the crypto path could at least be seen to be executed when SESAME is installed for study purposes but your implication is that the SESAME project naively thought that it did provide some level of security It must have been obvious to you that the CBC implementation is intended to be of real use only when DES or another secure crypto package is put in to replace XOR The idea of the CBC was of course just to simulate the way in which DES would be used The description is slanted because it does not similarly criticise the Kerberos V4 bones implementation which is the only version of Kerberos legally available outside the USA and which not only has no cryptography in it but also doesn t have the low level interfaces with which to be able to insert cryptography easily by the way Kerberos V5 isn t legally available at all outside the USA bones or no bones and the rest of the world is stuck with an outdated V4 in the absence of SESAME Like every other publicly available technology SESAME has had to conform to government export legislation this is not just the French by the way and to say you are unimpressed nonetheless with our taking out the cryptography begs the question what legally acceptable approach would have impressed Like MIT with Kerberos we had no choice If you are referring to SESAME with crypto instead of XOR the description is inaccurate when it says authentication in SESAME is a function on the first block of a message not on the entire message It is hard to see what you are referring to here Perhaps you could clarify One possibility is that you are still talking about the XOR placeholder code If this is the case you certainly don t make this clear and the reader might be left with the false impression that it is a fundamental design property of SESAME Finally there is the criticism of the use of two UNIX rand functions for key generation Once again this criticism applies only to the XOR version of the technology though you do not say so Standard DES implementation packages contain their own secure key generation functionality However Serious SESAME implementors are expected to use such functionality or similar not the placeholder rands that are in the publicly available version Perhaps you didn t realise this and there is a valid criticism that we should have made it clearer So to summarise There is indeed the problem that the XOR replacement of DES is insecure and that any real implementation just like for Kerberos outside the USA though easier for SESAME needs to have proper basic cryptographic functions added However without criticising the non USA crypto free version of

    Original URL path: http://www.presttun.org/kare/crypto/sesame.txt (2016-04-25)
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