Krazy Hawaiian said:
Some software is a timebomb. you attempt to crack it it goes poof and yer comp is dedmeat.
I've seen you state completely unsubstantiated remarks on several occassions. Just this once, point us to a piece of software that elicits this behavior you describe. Cite your source(s). I'm interested in seeing what software supposedly "poofs yer comp" when cracked. Save me the trouble of Snopes'ing it before hand so I don't have to. I'm entertained to read your posts everytime you say, "spoofing proggy". I'm not sure if you're eluding to IP spoofing or merely HTTP proxy environments, but it's technologically comical to watch you talk of it, none the less.
Microsoft has touted trusted computing for much longer than Longhorn has been on the wire.
I can assure you they will or already have a tiny little cookie implanted on your os telling them everything they want to know about you and your comp... Did you know that the government spooks have the trchnology to watch you from your monitor on a connected comp? It isn't any hi res shit but I wouldn't reccomend doing any illegal activity in front of a connected comp.......
Your technology conspiracy theories are mildly amusing. I hate to burst your bubble, but your little rumor is most certainly just that. Video monitors do not possess the abilities you describe. To believe otherwise is an excercise in complete idiocy. Do you look over your shoulder and the mysterious black helicopters you claim are watching you, too?
I ain't paranoid. I am just stating the facts...
No. You're doing what you always do in spewing forth unsubstanciated garbage, continually. I'll bet you even forward chain letters. You're not stating facts, you're stating these little theories of yours; that you've conjured out of your own dilusions, heard someone talk about who heard from someone that someone said something...or otherwise are the main follower of Internet rumors.
Thats why banks and other institutions use 128bit encryption.
No we don't. 128 doesn't meet regulatory requirements. Not that you'd know that or have any experience or knowledge about that. But, that is simply the norm for you; talking about things you've absolutely no clue about.
Yes it has. Long ago.
Its mathematically impossible or dam near to do....
No it isn't. But, damn funny watching you talk about it as if it were. It's called, "Clue", you need one.
and every one is generated string of random characters and numbers written to the file and only made for YOUR comp and YOUR comp only.
I find it amusing you think encryption algorithms are based in randomness. Very cute. You'll excuse me if I don't seem interested in listening to your uneducated ramblings on encryption hashing; one-way or otherwise.
I'm only the messenger not the evil one.
The only problem is that your message is full of inaccuracies and based largly in your own ignorance in the face of attempting to appear knowledgable of which you speak. I find your ramblings technically amusing.