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Extiende el universo del barco más popular de la web convirtiendo tu ordenador en un proxy hacia The Pirate Bay:

This article will be explaining how to set up your own pirate bay proxy, as some ISPs in the UK have been ordered to block it by the High Court. In addition to this we will also be explaining how it is a good and low cost investment with a great outcome – we must fight censorship, we cannot let this continue.

El nombre y el logo son, además, un acierto:

These guides were created in the spirit of The Hydra Bay. In ancient Greek mythology, the Hydra was a serpent that possessed many heads. Herakles was sent to destroy it as one of his twelve labours, but for each of the heads that he decapitated, two more grew. In a sense this is what we are trying to achive; ISPs block The Pirate Bay, and many more proxies appear.

Y todo con software libre, usando nginx.

Había leído sobre la campaña de los servicios de inteligencia británicos para seleccionar nuevos candidatos entre aquellos que fueran capaces de romper un código cifrado, que al ser descifrado devolvía una URL en la que dejar el Curriculum. Parecía un reto y una idea llamativa, hasta inteligente, pero cuentan en Naked Security:

All it takes to find the page is to use the site: command in Google, as the «Can You Crack It?» webmaster seemingly didn’t hide the success page from search engines.

Para ser espías han hecho un trabajo de mierda, ¿no?