[cap-talk] Simple Cooperative File Sharing (SCoopFS), the "F" is silent

John Carlson john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net
Tue Mar 10 02:54:09 EDT 2009

I think this is great progress.  I skimmed some of it.  Do you have to  
open port 443 on your router/firewall?  What do you do when your IP  
address of your laptop or router changes (say you move between  
buildings).  Or you take your laptop to the nearest Starbucks and use  
their WiFi?  I am assuming that the Waterken server somehow keeps a  
private/public key tied to ??? that uniquely identifies it.  Usually  
WaterKen's keys are tied to IP or DNS, correct?  I am thinking if you  
re-address/re-name your Waterken server, then you have to reshare the  
files.  Is it easy to do a mass reconnect with your Pals?


On Mar 9, 2009, at 11:25 AM, Karp, Alan H wrote:

> We've been working on a project in usable security for the past  
> couple of years and finally got around to writing a tech report.   
> Comments appreciated.
> http://www.hpl.hp.com/techreports/2009/HPL-2009-53.html
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