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  • vixie's blog | Red Barn
    of the English language side It made me wonder By vixie at 2012 06 04 15 33 gay kissing lesbian nazi Read more 8849 reads Breeding Internet Superbugs In the waning days of calendar year 2004 I watched some friends as they happily killed off some botnets and then pondered the usefulness of this if any A botnet is a collection of stolen computers whose owners are still using them Botnets are useful for sending spam and receiving stolen credit card numbers and all kinds of other things a bad guy wouldn t want to get caught using his or her own computers for So why isn t killing botnets an unrestricted good idea Here s what I said about it on 30 December 2004 By vixie at 2012 04 12 16 34 Read more 5020 reads Security and Other Technical Concerns Raised by the DNS Filtering Requirements in the PROTECT IP Bill This paper describes technical problems raised by the DNS filtering requirements in the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011 PROTECT IP Act Its authors come from the technical operational academic and research communities By vixie at 2011 05

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/blogs/vixie?page=1 (2016-04-24)
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  • vixie's blog | Red Barn
    07 18 00 12 northbridge com spammer Read more 2848 reads Paul Vixie s Testimony before Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism Taking Down Botnets 2014 07 15 Testimony of Paul Vixie Chairman CEO Farsight Security Inc before the Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Hearing on Taking Down Botnets Public and Private Efforts to Disrupt and Dismantle Cybercriminal Networks July 15 2014 By vixie at 2014 07 17 00 25 botnets e crime malware 2602 reads 1 attachment Modula 3 article reprinted from USENIX login November December 1992 reprinted from USENIX login November December 1992 Have you seen Modula 3 Consider MODULE Main hello1 m3 IMPORT Stdio Wr BEGIN Wr PutText Stdio stdout Hello world n END Main By vixie at 2014 04 18 22 50 m3 modula 3 modula3 Read more 5676 reads Nonfiction about Pro Russian Militants in Ukraine Attention world especially Vladimir Putin Noone believes that the so called pro Russian militants in Sevastapol or Slovyanksk weren t Russian soldiers Nor does anyone believe that the election results in Crimea were representative The double speak is making me think again of pravda Bad times By vixie at 2014 04 14 02 48 crimea nonfiction pravda russia truth ukraine Read more 2914 reads How I Use Farsight NOD RPZ Newly Observed Domains in my DNS FIrewall Over at my day job we ve created a Newly Observed Domains service which tracks domain first sightings and packages them up in various ways that can be used to determine network reputation As in most advanced DNS related technologies my home and guests and family are guinea pigs early adopters scratch monkeys for the new tech Here I ll share some recipes By vixie at 2014 04 03 21 46 earlybird farsight fsi nod rbl

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  • my open letter to amazon.com, concerning audible.com | Red Barn
    to me while i am reading content i paid for on a device i paid for using network connectivity i paid for i will never buy any products advertised to me by popups especially popups in a fully prepaid premium experience you have poisoned audible for me for all time simply by not respecting my privacy as a reader you are taking unfair advantage of your monopoly power in the book reading market at a minimum this is a bad trade practice and has led me to reconsider keeping my kindle account i won t love lugging paper books onto airplanes but i will go back to doing so if it s the only way i can read in peace without having to look at commercials however as bad as that is the situation got worse yesterday i bought an e book to be delivered to my kindle and the next thing i saw was email welcoming me to audible then i found a 229 charge from audible on my business amex card which i never use for kindle then i found a 4 charge from audible on my citibank mastercard which i never use for kindle i called the 888 number in the audible e mail i received and i complained that i had been charged for services i never signed up for and was assured by the phone representative that the charges would be canceled that didn t happen so today i disputed both charges which means you ll be hearing from my credit card companies i then went into audible com and found that my amazon credential worked there so i deleted all of my credit cards from your records but was unable to cancel my account i used your chat service and a very helpful and

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/node/25?destination=node%2F25 (2016-04-24)
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  • ethics | Red Barn
    drupal6 modules taxonomy taxonomy pages inc on line 33 my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com here is my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com sent in response to a survey i received after finishing a

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/taxonomy/term/54?destination=taxonomy%2Fterm%2F54 (2016-04-24)
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  • permission | Red Barn
    drupal6 modules taxonomy taxonomy pages inc on line 33 my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com here is my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com sent in response to a survey i received after finishing a

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/taxonomy/term/53?destination=taxonomy%2Fterm%2F53 (2016-04-24)
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  • popups | Red Barn
    drupal6 modules taxonomy taxonomy pages inc on line 33 my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com here is my open letter to amazon com concerning audible com sent in response to a survey i received after finishing a

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/taxonomy/term/52?destination=taxonomy%2Fterm%2F52 (2016-04-24)
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  • mail-abuse.org | Red Barn
    to work up a standard by which a given single e mail message could be determined to be spam or not This is because a lot of the people who wanted to send bulkish e mail that nobody wanted to receive were just as cute as they could be about skirting definitions that involved streams of e mail I published it at http mail abuse org standard html and I

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  • maps | Red Barn
    work up a standard by which a given single e mail message could be determined to be spam or not This is because a lot of the people who wanted to send bulkish e mail that nobody wanted to receive were just as cute as they could be about skirting definitions that involved streams of e mail I published it at http mail abuse org standard html and I referred

    Original URL path: http://www.redbarn.org/taxonomy/term/19 (2016-04-24)
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