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Postby puzzlepants » Tue Dec 21, 2004 3:13 am

Thanks so much for playing.

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Postby dogmeat » Tue Dec 21, 2004 8:33 am

stopstealing wrote:If you ban me, I am not going away...I am going to just creat a new name...I am also going to gather up a bunch a people and we are constantly going to create anti-copyright posts and we will do this in EVERY FORUM...EVERY DAY
So you're anti-copyright? Many here are anti-copyright. I don't understand why you oppose people downloading if you're anti-copyright though.
and eventually my goal is to crash this site and all of you little file stealing bastards..
I seriously doubt you can crash the site, much less all the users. Keep dreaming.
This is what happens when you're father gets laid off from Universal studios when he has been there for 18 years due to lack of sales in 2004. How do you feel about that movie stealers...
I feel perfectly fine about union jobs being lost due to the lies of the entertainment industry. The union did nothing to restrain the industry, now they find out the entertainment companies will screw employees and customers just the same. Besides, the industry has not been losing money. That fact has been proven over and over again by unbiased sources.
You'll find that after a short time you won't be able to access your account or create a new one. It is entirely possible that you won't even be able to load this website at all. It is fairly easy to keep unintelligent knobs like you off of a website.
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Postby Coffee » Tue Dec 21, 2004 8:45 am

stopstealing wrote:Send me an email and I will include it in my documentary...BY the wat buddy It doesnt take much to distrup a site like yours

lol your an idiot, i doubt you even know what a proxy is so someone should be sending an abuse report to your isp right now.
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can not crack

Postby help1 » Mon Feb 07, 2005 11:17 am

Quantum crypto firm charts way to mainstream
Published: February 6, 2005, 9:00 PM PST
By Michael Kanellos
Staff Writer, CNET

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Magiq Technologies is creating a new line of products this year that it says could help make quantum encryption--theoretically impossible to crack--more palatable to mainstream customers.

The New York-based company said it has signed a deal with Cavium Networks, under which Cavium's network security chips will be included inside Magiq's servers and networking boards.

Magiq and Cavium will also create reference designs for networking boards and cards, with all of the necessary silicon to create a quantum encryption system. These will be marketed to networking gear makers, which, Magiq hopes, will include the boards inside future boxes.

"We have operability tests going on with major vendors," said Andy Hammond, vice president of marketing at Magiq. "Our goal in life is to increase the adoption rate of this technology."

By the fall, Magiq expects to be able to provide functioning beta, or test, products that include its quantum encryption boards. Volume sales to manufacturers are scheduled to begin in 2006.

Quantum encryption involves sending data by way of photons, the smallest unit of light. The photons are polarized, or oriented, in different directions. Eavesdroppers cause detectable changes in the orientation, which in turn prevents them from getting secret information, as dictated by Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, which says you can't observe something without changing it. For added measure, the data is encrypted before sending.

"There is no cracking it. This is like the apple falling down," said Audrius Berzanskis, Magiq's vice president of security engineering, meaning that it was like one of Sir Isaac Newton's natural laws.

This doesn't mean quantum encryption systems are unconditionally foolproof, he added. Hypothetically, radio transmitters or some other technology could intercept signals before they are sent. Still, these are computer architecture issues: Unlike traditional encryption systems, applying brute-force calculations to a message encrypted using quantum methods will not eventually yield its contents to an unauthorized party.

However, quantum encryption systems are pricey. The two-box system Magiq sells goes for $70,000. Academic institutions and government agencies have been the primary customers, the company said.

Whether demand will go mainstream is still a matter of debate. Nearly foolproof encryption has its obvious attractions. Various security experts have stated, however, that the strength of today's cryptography is the least of the security world's worries.

"Security is a chain; it's only as strong as the weakest link. Currently encryption is the strongest link we have. Everything else is worse: software, networks, people. There's absolutely no value in taking the strongest link and making it even stronger," Bruce Schneier, chief technology officer at Counterpane Internet Security, wrote in an e-mail to CNET on quantum cryptography in general.

"It's like putting a huge stake in the ground and hoping the enemy runs right into it," he noted.

Speed also has been a problem for quantum encryption. The deal with Cavium will ideally boost the performance of the Magiq products and lower the costs by standardizing some of the engineering. Cavium's chips, for instance, will assume encryption tasks now performed in software. Reference designs also allow potential customers to skirt some independent design tasks.
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Postby Nick » Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:31 pm

and the relevance of that last post is precisely WHAT?
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Postby puzzlepants » Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:51 pm

Nobody knows...

Though I guess it signals the end of simple man in the middle attacks, arp poisoning, spoofing etc
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Postby Nick » Mon Feb 07, 2005 6:25 pm

Aaaah. So it isn't relevant and it's not just me being unusually dense. Phew.
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abuse of a female child

Postby schopar » Tue Mar 29, 2005 7:16 am

You may search Turk or elif in the ares engenee and you ll probably find a porn movie called (My uncels doughter)dayimin kizi elif. It is a very odinary name for a porn mpg except it is an abuse of a female child. Are we really against that ?
So what will prevent this stuff going around?
Or will we make a bad joke and turn away?
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Postby binboy » Tue Apr 05, 2005 4:44 am

Excellent thanks :lol:
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Hell ya

Postby klonopin » Tue May 10, 2005 3:19 am

Thanks man
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Postby Psycho Ced » Tue May 10, 2005 5:00 am

^^^^ - way up top!
LOL.... I forgot all about stopstealing, I guess stopstealing stopped trying to stop Stealing! :lol:
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Postby LxBeast » Tue May 10, 2005 5:45 am

LMAO, I'm guessing he was banned in the end :lol:

Forum Rules wrote:4) Avatars:

a) Avatars shall not be larger than 100x100 pixels. Although 80x80 is preferred, we will tolerate up to this size.

klonopin could you reduce your ava to 100x100? Thanks :)

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Postby ilbozo » Tue May 10, 2005 8:49 am

Anyone else see the way the networks aswell as the clients are now listed separately?
Or am I just slow seeing this?
Either way, looks good guys, keep up the good work!
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Postby sumguy » Sun Jun 12, 2005 1:40 am

No more porn on Thepiratebay???Where to from here???
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Postby rsrikanth05 » Sun Jun 12, 2005 8:32 am

Unbiased_Opinion wrote:Might I suggest a BAN. (just a suggestion).

Does BAN stand for Broad Area Network.
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Postby justme » Fri Jun 24, 2005 6:11 pm

8) hi this is justme in ottawa, canada, and i wanted to congratulate slyck for wining at the awards. i read about in CNET NEWS. CONGRATS AGAIN, YOUR DOING IT RIGHT. :D ALSO i want to thank you for the help i received in march, this year.
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Postby globbo » Wed Oct 05, 2005 11:57 am

First,...Thanks for the Host File info on how to "re-activate" WINMX,...very good info,....and it DOES work.

Secondly,...I have a shitload of music to share, but I notice that (for the past year) when people try to dnload music from me, they "time-out", even though I give (transfer settings) priority to them. I have a good machine, running XP Pro, a 2.4Gig Processor, 512MB of RAM with a CABLE connection to the internet.....SO, How can I help facilitate giving my files to them? (My WINMX is set up as a Secondary connection, as this seems to work best)

Thirdly, ...FUCK RIAA right where they all breathe. They can sue me all day long, I don't give a fuck, because if it ever came down to me "owing" them some sort of penalty,...they would have better luck at sucking farts out of dead sea-gulls, than they would trying to collect a friggin' red cent, from me.
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Postby Vampirescu » Sat Oct 08, 2005 2:52 am

rsrikanth05 wrote:
Unbiased_Opinion wrote:Might I suggest a BAN. (just a suggestion).

Does BAN stand for Broad Area Network.

Lol i only wish...then i might be allowed back into the numereous bars, resturants, malls, and even a hospital (3 year ban from a hospital, i think ive got the first)
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Postby torryarmy » Fri Oct 28, 2005 11:05 pm

This is what happens when you're father gets laid off from Universal studios when he has been there for 18 years due to lack of sales in 2004. How do you feel about that movie stealers...

i maybe dulpicating myself but er f**k off - been there done that got employed by them - and er not bothered

sorry but but insert universal for a.n.other company?

i *worked* with people who got fired because the head of pr wanted *her* friend to work there instead - lack of sales is a piss poor excuse and has absolutly sod all to do with bums on seats

go do the sums

p2p hits sales - next minute album units are up ?

later edit: please give bums on seats figures year on year to justify - (with total income to ancillaries)

no-one likes anyone losing a job but right targets....
there is only one truth and that is that life under capitalism is s**t, and only drugs, loud music and f**king make it bearable...
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Postby knightrider » Thu Jan 11, 2007 2:32 pm

hi slyck Tom i just read your message on file-sharing
program, and it looks great,lol. as soon as i get a
chance i will be using it quite a bit. So thank a mill
and keep of the good work, i´d like to help you people
with the work on the site, ofcourse am not a tech, but
i like computers and i like to read any thing that has
to deal with computers, if u think i can help out just
let me know, am 54 years old, but eager to help out in
anything, just explain the details.
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Re: Slyck's List of File-Sharing Programs

Postby fritzb43 » Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:33 pm

I can't believe this article is ** 10 ** years old!!
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Re: Slyck's List of File-Sharing Programs

Postby Lee1001 » Sat Sep 20, 2014 2:37 am

And just yesterday I was searching Slyck,right back to the first posts,for a similar site to the original Demonoid,pre 2007,but no luck.
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