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Comments for the [ file ai ] blog http://fileai.com/blog news, features and updates about fileai.com Tue, 30 May 2017 07:11:07 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.5.1 Comment on Bandwidth Usage & Resume Updates by Recent Faves Tagged With "usage" : MyNetFaves http://fileai.com/blog/?p=32#comment-163 Recent Faves Tagged With "usage" : MyNetFaves Fri, 02 Jan 2009 08:50:43 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=32#comment-163 [...] to choose ISP or consumer Internet access in South Africa First saved by Safagan | 11 days ago Bandwidth Usage & Resume Updates First saved by yngyani | 14 days ago Monitor Your Electricity Usage First saved by mkastler | [...] [...] to choose ISP or consumer Internet access in South Africa First saved by Safagan | 11 days ago Bandwidth Usage & Resume Updates First saved by yngyani | 14 days ago Monitor Your Electricity Usage First saved by mkastler | [...]

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Comment on I Love My Beta Testers! (But I Hate Their Routers) by Free File Hosting http://fileai.com/blog/?p=25#comment-16 Free File Hosting Sat, 16 Aug 2008 00:57:08 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=25#comment-16 They offer free file hosting and I think they\'re a proper Rapidshare alternative They offer free file hosting and I think they\’re a proper Rapidshare alternative

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Comment on New Feature - Transfer Limits by PakPadleliCef http://fileai.com/blog/?p=29#comment-14 PakPadleliCef Sun, 03 Aug 2008 04:19:19 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=29#comment-14 Brilliant! Brilliant!

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Comment on To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert? by Daniel Craig http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-13 Daniel Craig Wed, 30 Jul 2008 20:00:02 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-13 Hey, I was looking around for a while searching for network security certification and I happened upon this site and your post regarding To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert?, I will definitely this to my network security certification bookmarks! Hey, I was looking around for a while searching for network security certification and I happened upon this site and your post regarding To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert?, I will definitely this to my network security certification bookmarks!

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Comment on Security Warnings & Signed Java Applets by Daniel Craig http://fileai.com/blog/?p=8#comment-12 Daniel Craig Thu, 24 Jul 2008 20:00:51 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=8#comment-12 Hi, I was looking around for a while searching for file security and I happened upon this site and your post regarding Security Warnings & Signed Java Applets, I will definitely this to my file security bookmarks! Hi, I was looking around for a while searching for file security and I happened upon this site and your post regarding Security Warnings & Signed Java Applets, I will definitely this to my file security bookmarks!

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Comment on To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert? by admin http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-11 admin Sun, 20 Jul 2008 16:34:26 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-11 That's totally understandable ... If things don't "feel" right you'll be less inclined to continue. You also brought up another issue: Buying an SSL certificate to secure the entire web site. SSL certificates only secure information transferred between your web browser and a web server. Since [ file ai ] uses a Java Applet to transfer the files peer-to-peer, having an SSL certificate on the site won't affect that in any way. But yes, it would help in the overall security "feel" of the site. :) That’s totally understandable … If things don’t “feel” right you’ll be less inclined to continue.

You also brought up another issue: Buying an SSL certificate to secure the entire web site. SSL certificates only secure information transferred between your web browser and a web server. Since [ file ai ] uses a Java Applet to transfer the files peer-to-peer, having an SSL certificate on the site won’t affect that in any way.

But yes, it would help in the overall security “feel” of the site. :)

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Comment on To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert? by melvin http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-10 melvin Sun, 20 Jul 2008 14:50:15 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-10 I'm looking for a service which which I can send large files securely to my counterpart at the shortest possible transfer rate. I'll consideration using this service if can 'feel' or 'see' that it is safe. Such as - able to see the address of the relevant web-page to begin with 'https' instead of 'http'. And of course those certificates from CA matter. Since I do not know the creator of this web-sites in person, this is the only way that I can 'feel' and decide whether the service is secured. Being a non-technical person, I'll take any security warning from from Microsoft or Firefox seriously. Thanks I’m looking for a service which which I can send large files securely to my counterpart at the shortest possible transfer rate. I’ll consideration using this service if can ‘feel’ or ’see’ that it is safe. Such as - able to see the address of the relevant web-page to begin with ‘https’ instead of ‘http’. And of course those certificates from CA matter. Since I do not know the creator of this web-sites in person, this is the only way that I can ‘feel’ and decide whether the service is secured. Being a non-technical person, I’ll take any security warning from from Microsoft or Firefox seriously.

Thanks

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Comment on To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert? by Shirley http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-8 Shirley Sun, 06 Jul 2008 03:51:36 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-8 Well, I definitely think that this application might be more popular if signed... I mean, I'd click the 'Run/Trust' button. However, at this stage, it is not worth the investment. Perhaps, once you get past the 'beta' phase, it'll be a good idea... I still think it would be good to have a alternate non-applet version. Well, I definitely think that this application might be more popular if signed… I mean, I’d click the ‘Run/Trust’ button.

However, at this stage, it is not worth the investment. Perhaps, once you get past the ‘beta’ phase, it’ll be a good idea… I still think it would be good to have a alternate non-applet version.

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Comment on To Buy A Cert Or Not To Buy A Cert? by Brandy http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-7 Brandy Sat, 05 Jul 2008 23:18:45 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28#comment-7 Don't waste your money. I'm not going to send/share anything on the internet anywhere that I worry about being stolen. I think a little common sense goes a long way. Don’t waste your money. I’m not going to send/share anything on the internet anywhere that I worry about being stolen. I think a little common sense goes a long way.

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Comment on I Love My Beta Testers! (But I Hate Their Routers) by admin http://fileai.com/blog/?p=25#comment-6 admin Sat, 05 Jul 2008 22:30:17 +0000 http://fileai.com/blog/?p=25#comment-6 Excellent point. So excellent, in fact, that it spawned its own blog post: http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28 :) Excellent point. So excellent, in fact, that it spawned its own blog post: http://fileai.com/blog/?p=28

:)

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