adam beecher wrote:
You're server is in the states though. So a state side person would
have to do the installation etc.
Going from 40/128 bit is ok (in the configs somewhere), Need to let
decide on encryption level. Guessing where the user is from isn't
as its too hard, (a .com could be from anywhere). Completely secure -
on seperate machine, turn off everything save the server and ssh for
> I guess this is a smidgeon off-topic, but I can't think of anywhere else to
> post it...
> Any takers?
I'd take it, but the export laws of the states deny me.
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