reply to post by sonjah1
Yeah, Its frightening alright. The world really does not need China as an enemy; if China gets angry, we are screwed; all of us. Unless of course, we
fight against them, then in turn the civilians of China will be victims and none of us want that. Yeah Linux is the way forward because it has so many
libraries, so much ability for avoiding censorship if TSHTF.
For all you guys wanting to know if the password to the insurance file was "history insurance"; its not.
Here is exactly what I get when I typed that password in:
the_denv@bt:/mnt/usb# openssl enc -d -bf -in insurance.aes256 >
enter bf-cbc decryption password:
9005:error:06065064:digital envelope routines:EVP_DecryptFinal_ex:bad decrypt:evp_enc.c:461 :
I've been trying random ones, but the thing is, the key needs to be 40 characters in length. So, the ones I am trying truly are random, not phrases
like "history insurance". Just seen a few folks wanting to know if that tweet containing the phrase was the password, answer is; no. Unfortunately.
edit on 26/11/2010 by the_denv because: (no reason given)