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Wednesday, February 08, 2012


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I would just encrypt my petakcs before I send them on their merry way. Of course, Sandvine probably has an option to disallow any petakcs that are opaque to its prying eyes, but then they will also have to disallow VPN connections and https:// protocols.Or if they do allow credit card purchases, which have to happen on encrypted connections, I am sure that somebody will come up with a way to make one kind of encrypted data look like another kind.And what of other weird data, like Google Earth content being streamed to users? Hopefully, users of Sandvine will go bankrupt as their customers take their business to non-Sandvin equipped ISPs.

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