"Government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advance auction in stolen goods."
coderman: "iPortKnock with Cocoa Goey?!!?! WOW WOW WOW" -- 5 cow patties from tucows.
venkat: I particularly like the section "How it would look". That is, if it were to look. Which it wouldn't.
seti: also, if we were to look. which we won't.
simmo: but i'm still trying to figure out who are the Warre Sisters
simmo: pie fucking chart
simmo: "There has already been several initiatives in this domain, such as Tripwire, BSign, Cryptomark, and IBM's Signed Executables but we believe the DigSig project is the first to be both easily accessible to all (available on Sourceforge, under the GPL license) and to operate at kernel level."
simmo: would be useful if something like this called eg valgrind or some emulation environment when asked to run untrusted binaries, so they would run, but more safely (perhaps use some SELinux profile)
simmo: Sysadmin Mag review
simmo: and an article from the same issue on openMosix
coderman: now a surpsie bombing of Canada would surely teach those terrorist a lesson. We fear no nation in our blind assault against unseen evil!
simmo: "a surprise to the terrorists," ? is it their birthday?! :D
simmo: ROFLMFAO!!! The TERRISTS == everyone except US (democrats excluded of course!)
simmo: <jeffarch> http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/executive_orders/disposition_tables.html
tangra: seriously hating your socialism
coderman: heheh, it's mirrored on a number of other sites, counterpunch, military.com, . that one was handy
simmo: "Fourth Generation threats". WTF?!