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Forum Post: Another World is Possible!

Posted 12 years ago on Nov. 30, 2011, 3:22 p.m. EST by Peretyatkov (241) from город Пенза, Пензенская область
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Dear Friends! Let me turn to You, asking them to place video on Russian sites. This is a real masterpiece!


Dear Brothers, Sisters! I am convinced - Mother Russia with You! The only problem - do not talk about it on our television. I learned about Your move - thanks to Euronews. I sincerely hope that many people will come from Russia. One day, Aurora is already shot! It all depends on Your permission. Especially, I like this movie because it was made in the style of rock and metal. This music and I listen.

In addition, it was a dream! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve6ycKGqRk0



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[-] 1 points by Marlow (1141) 12 years ago

Universal Blessings on All Who Seek to Stop the Corruption on Wall Street and in this World...

Take only ONE shot of Vodka ( really), then.. Go to Moscow... St Pete's Square... and let the Kremlin know.. YOU Are THERE!

Your Supporters in America.

[-] 1 points by ilovecars (36) 12 years ago

---- yes another world is probable- and its freedom loving people like you that will make it happen.

No one can stop Telex

testing in and out of the chinese fire wall, was successful


What is Telex?

Telex is a new approach to circumventing Internet censorship that is intended to help citizens of repressive governments freely access online services and information. The main idea behind Telex is to place anticensorship technology into the Internet's core network infrastructure, through cooperation from large ISPs. Telex is markedly different from past anticensorship systems, making it easy to distribute and very difficult to detect and block.

What makes Telex different from previous approaches:

* Telex operates in the network infrastructure — at any ISP between the censor's network and non-blocked portions of the Internet — rather than at network end points. This approach, which we call “end-to-middle” proxying, can make the system robust against countermeasures (such as blocking) by the censor.
* Telex focuses on avoiding detection by the censor. That is, it allows a user to circumvent a censor without alerting the censor to the act of circumvention. It complements services like Tor (which focus on hiding with whom the user is attempting to communicate instead of that that the user is attempting to have an anonymous conversation) rather than replacing them.
* Telex employs a form of deep-packet inspection — a technology sometimes used to censor communication — and repurposes it to circumvent censorship.
* Other systems require distributing secrets, such as encryption keys or IP addresses, to individual users. If the censor discovers these secrets, it can block the system. With Telex, there are no secrets that need to be communicated to users in advance, only the publicly available client software.
* Telex can provide a state-level response to state-level censorship. We envision that friendly countries would create incentives for ISPs to deploy Telex.

The Problem

Government Internet censors generally use firewalls in their network to block traffic bound for certain destinations, or containing particular content. For Telex, we assume that the censor government desires generally to allow Internet access (for economic or political reasons) while still preventing access to specifically blacklisted content and sites. That means Telex doesn't help in cases where a government pulls the plug on the Internet entirely. We further assume that the censor allows access to at least some secure HTTPS websites. This is a safe assumption, since blocking all HTTPS traffic would cut off practically every site that uses password logins. training web page http://tinyurl.com/7rvpv43