This is a copy of an eMail I just got from Sylvia, a very talented writer woman who used to be a programmer a LOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG time ago: == Hello, This is to let you know that the first six chapters of my novel Stewards of the Flame are now online at www.stewardsoftheflame.com (they’re short — […]
Just wanted to congratulate my friend Kyle Huff and his wife for bringing a new beautiful life to this world: A wonderful girl! 😀 I hope to see pictures soon enough, or I’ll travel and take them myself 🙂 Good work, Huff family!
If you need to obtain LAME binaries or libraries, visit http://lame.buanzo.com.ar – I have Binaries for Windows, OSX. I’ll be adding Linux and Solaries binaries later today. Sincerely,Buanzo
Oh well, as I haven’t got one reply to all of my questions in modules-dev, and not even one comment regarding mod_openpgp when I introduced it to the httpd-dev guys, and given the fact that I’m stuck with a big issue regarding mod_auth_openpgp (whole-request rewriting, post-decryption), then I’ve decided to rest for a while regarding […]
As you probably know already if you are a visitor of this blog, then you know I’m working on Enigform and mod_auth_openpgp. And you probably know that I’m currently working on GnuPG-encrypted HTTP Requests (unreleased draft named: “OpenPGP Extensions to the HTTP Protocol”). Now, Enigform is a Mozilla Addon, and it was great to implement […]
Remember Nmap‘s brief appearance in The Matrix Reloaded? Well, Fyodor, de author of Nmap, announced in the Nmap–Dev mailing list that he saw a late screening of Live Free or Die Hard, the latest Bruce Willis movie, and during the early minutes of the film he believed he saw some Nmap in action. Fyodor says: […]
Yes! Although this release will not go to addons.mozilla.org, it’s being made public so you can test it! For more details, visit Freshmeat’s Enigform Page.
It’s been a while, but here it is: + OpenPGP Discovery Implemented – By SetHandler-ing /HTTP_OPENPGP_DISCOVERY to mao_Discovery, a client can tell if the server supports HTTP+OpenPGP. This will be enhanced soon, keep tuned!+ Skeleton for ImportKey handler ready. Will be used by clients that support the OpenPGP Discovery method, like Enigform. I need to […]
Put on your headphones. NOW. Then press play. And try to keep your eyes closed. This is DAMN great 😀
Hi people! I just posted the idea of how to implement encrypted http requests into Enigform and mod_auth_openpgp, the client and server implementations of the soon-to-be-released paper “OpenPGP Extensions to the HTTP Protocol”. The idea is quite simple, and I invite you to comment on it on the OpenPGP for HTTP forum I’ve created. Sincerely,Buanzo