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--- Comment #8 from Vernon Schryver <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2011-11-13 20:11:08 UTC ---
> My Internet connection is through Vodafone NZ who have some
> sort of brain-damaged "transparent" web proxy that seems to block a random
> assortment of web sites
That argues for https everywhere, but for the problems with the PKI
including corrupt CAs, too many CAs to trust, the cost of certs, and the
problems with self-signed certs and CAs. Some of those might someday
be solved by DANE. https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=dane+pki
if registrars ever support DNSSEC.
> I thought that www.rhyolite.com was no longer in operation and you wanted
> to change the URL.
For almost 10 years the official DCC site has been dcc-servers.net. The
machines that have answered to dcc-servers.net have had >10 times the
available bandwidth as www.rhyolite.com. But the overwhelming majority
of hyperlinks about DCC point to rhyolite.com. Such is life.
>Assuming that people who want to find out what the DCC hit in their email means
> are smart enough to try a web search, I think this would do:
> describe DCC_CHECK Detected as bulk mail by DCC (dcc-servers.net)
that looks good to me.
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