Ovt Oebgure Vf Jngpuvat

Guvf oybtcbfg vf rapelcgrq va beqre gb cerirag VFCf, ba orunys bs gur tbireazrag, sebz ernqvat guvf zrffntr.


Pbzzhavpngvbaf svezf ner orvat nfxrq gb erpbeq nyy vagrearg pbagnpgf orgjrra crbcyr nf cneg bs n zbqreavfngvba va HX cbyvpr fheirvyynapr gnpgvpf.

Gur ubzr frpergnel fpenccrq cynaf sbe n qngnonfr ohg jnagf qrgnvyf gb or uryq naq betnavfrq sbe frphevgl freivprf.

Gur arj flfgrz jbhyq genpx nyy r-znvyf, cubar pnyyf naq vagrearg hfr, vapyhqvat ivfvgf gb fbpvny argjbex fvgrf.

Ba Sevqnl lbh jvyy or noyr gb svaq zr ng guvf, rkgerzryl gvzryl, gnyx ol Pbel Qbpgbebj naq Puneyrf Fgebff.

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V fhfcrpg V'yy or rapelcgvat zl rznvyf fbba naq fraqvat gurz ivn nabalzbhf erznvyref.

28 thoughts on “Ovt Oebgure Vf Jngpuvat”

  1. N sevraq pbzzragrq gung rapelcgvba jvyy bayl znxr guvatf fgnaq bhg zber, jurernf cynva grkg jvyy or nabgure qebc va gur bprna bs cbea.Gurersber, V funyy nggnpu cbea gb rirelguvat V rznvy.

    Jryy, vg jbexf sbe zr…

  2. Ohg qbrfa'g gur EVCN cerggl zhpu fperj hf bire naljnl! V qba'g xabj nyy zl pvcure xrlf – znlor gurl'yy hfr raunaprq vagreebtngvba gb trg gurz bhg bs zr! Ol gur jnl obbx cer-beqrerq

  3. Ohg qbrfa'g gur EVCN cerggl zhpu fperj hf bire naljnl! V qba'g xabj nyy zl pvcure xrlf – znlor gurl'yy hfr raunaprq vagreebtngvba gb trg gurz bhg bs zr! Ol gur jnl obbx cer-beqrerq

  4. Jub ner gurl tbvat gb trg gb svygre guebhtu nyy gur tneontr gung syvrf guebhtu gur vagrearg rirel qnl? Vg jbhyq pregnvayl fbyir gur harzcyblzrag vffhr. V'z fhcevfrq gung gur VFCf nera'g univat n svg nobhg guvf. Hayrff gurve sevraqf va tbireazrag ner tbvat gb cnl sbe vg nyy.Vg'f abg gung qvssvphyg gb uvqr jung lbh ner qbvat. Tb gb n yvoenel be vagrearg pnsr. Jvgu n snxr VQ pneq (zl yvoenel qbrfa'g erdhver nalguvat gb hfr gur choyvp pbzchgref) nalbar pna rnfvyl perngr n ahzore bs rznvy nppbhagf. Unir chg zl anzr ba gur HF Nznmba yvfg gb or abgvsvrq jura lbhe obbx vf ninvynoyr urer. xngl

  5. Vaqrrq – guvf vf jul nyy zl Vagrearg genssvp abj tbrf bire narapelcgrq ICA pbaarpgvba gb n freire V pbageby ng jbex, gb nibvq zl VFC (Ivetva Zrqvn) orvat noyr gb erpbeq qrgnvyf bs vg.

    V unir abguvat gb uvqr, ohg V nyfb inyhr zl evtug gb cevinpl, naq nz abg vagrerfgrq va zl rirel zbir orvat genpxrq.

    V fhfcrpg ICA pbaarpgvbaf jvyy orpbzr zber naq zber cbchyne.

  6. Ubj ybat, qb lbh erpxba, orsber gurl pbzcyrgryl eha bhg bs fgbentr?V qb cvgl gur cbbe fncf jub jbhyq unir gb fvsg guebhtu vg nyy gb svaq nalguvat. Gur orfg cynpr gb uvqr n arrqyr vf abg va n unlfgnpx, vg'f va n jnerubhfr shyy bs arrqyrf.

  7. V'ir arire pbzr npebff ebg13 orsber, fb vg gbbx zr n yvggyr gvzr gb jbex lbhe cbfg bhg. Naq gura V frr lbh'ir cbfgrq n yvax gb genafyngr vg naljnl! Bu jryy ng yrnfg V pbhyq hfr ebg13.pbz gb genafyngr bgure crbcyr'f naq zl bja pbzzragf. V guvax lbh fubhyq jevgr nyy lbhe oybt cbfgf va pbqr, vg znxrf vg zhpu zber rkpvgvat gb ernq. Gubhtu vg pbhyq cbgragvnyyl trg naablvat.

  8. Gunaxf sbe gur cbvagre gb ebg13 – V xarj jung lbh'q qbar gb gur grkg ohg pbhyqa'g erzrzore gur jrofvgr V arrqrq gb qrpbqr vg!

  9. Something I've been trying to push, quite hard, is HTTPS. There used to be three problems with it:1) it was expensive to get a certificate. But that was only if you wanted the certificate to prove your identity: for mere encryption, you could just self sign. That's all in the past now anyway, since comodo, cacert and others give out free trusted certs.

    2) you could only have one cert per IP. Since “Server Name Indication” is now in all major browsers and has been for some time (since FF2.0, Opera8, Mozi1.8, IE7), this is no longer the case. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication)

    3) It used to be heavy on the CPU. This is still true for ridiculous-bandwidth sites, but other than that shouldn't be an issue.

    Browsers could be user-configured to attempt to connect to domains over https by default (regardless of whether the link began http or https), and fail back to http only if the site didn't offer https. Then, if a majority of sites offered https as standard, browsing from the UK would become semi-safe again (and from the US, and anywhere with a government or ISPs that spy on people, ie every single country in the world).

    Sure, snoops would still be able to tell which server you connected to, but not to retrieve your username, password, all blog posts and forum posts you make, who you talk to, what you say… they couldn't even tell which site you went to, for those sites on shared hosts (ie the majority of the smaller sites out there).

    SSL (or TLS, its successor) should be the *default* nowadays, not the exception. All of us with websites owe it to our readers to do so, just as we owe it to them to opt out of Phorm.

    If we don't do this, we're tacitly permitting our sites to be used as profiling tools to snoop on our visitors: an idea so abhorrent, it'd be enough to make me take all my sites down, if HTTPS weren't available.

    [Speaking of Phorm, to opt out, you apparently need to email: website-exclusion@phorm.com

    with something like:

    “Please exclude the following domains from the WebWise service, and any similar services run or controlled by your organisation:

    *.example.com

    *.example.org

    …”]

  10. Irel vagrerfgvat, gubhtu tynq sbe gur pyhr.. V unq bayl tbg nf sne nf V xarj vg jnf rapelcgrq ohg abg gb jung fgnaqneq…Ubcr lbh unq n tbbq gvzr.

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