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Olle E Johansson
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This is a good move. We need to promote this everywhere - mandatory HTTPS on governmental web sites:


#moreCrypto  
While struggling to implement SSL/TLS properly.
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I wish everyone at ClueCon a great week!

Remember to focus on #MoreCrypto and #IPv6 ! Unfortunately I could not join, even though ClueCon is one of the conferences I really would really like to attend for my own sake, to learn new things and get new insights. Have a techie week in Chicago!
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Some days I just can't make a decision. Luckily the Book provides advice on how to handle that kind of situation! #funnyhatfriday
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Wow, you must have a really tall head to hold all those hats!   But if you some super-serious hats you should come to San Francisco and see the hats at Beach Blanket Babylon - https://beachblanketbabylon.com/galleries/hats/ 
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Having fun building API-driven realtime communications platforms.
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I sat down and worked on some App Container stuff last night for fun. It was nice to work on the future.
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In Stockholm this week? Don't miss the storytelling festival every evening at Brända Tomten, Gamla Stan. Magical moments, fantastic stories and more. Worth every minute!
http://berattarnat-ost.se/berattarnas-torg-2015/
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För trettonde året i rad går Berättarnas Torg av stapeln. Varje kväll kl 19:30 - 20:45, 22-28 juni berättar vi under kastanjen på Brända Tomten i Gamla Stan (hörnet Själagårdsgatan - Kindstugatan)....
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If you are in Gothenburg this evening - why not register for the #MeraKrypto  session? There are already 21 people registered and it sure looks like a great event!
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Planning meeting #4 for the TCP/IP Geeks Stockholm. Any ideas, anything you want to share with a room of networking geeks? Please contact me!

...and make sure you are a registered member to stay up to date! 

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Hear, hear! And think.
 
A group of prominent cryptographers and security experts warn about government requests to "put the keys under the door mat" for Internet communications. The article and paper are long but here's the bottom line: such intentional weakening of security is a bad, very bad idea. Lets not do that. We need good security for our commercial, personal, and government communications. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/08/technology/code-specialists-oppose-us-and-british-government-access-to-encrypted-communication.html
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The never ending story. Yes, we've been there before.
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O'Reilly conferences have a good and solid Code of conduct in my point of view. Something for Astricon, ClueCon, ElastixWorld and Kamailio World to get inspiration from!

"At O'Reilly, we assume that most people are intelligent and well-intended, and we're not inclined to tell people what to do. However, we want every O'Reilly conference to be a safe and productive environment for everyone. To that end, this code of conduct spells out the behavior we support and don't support at conferences. The core of our approach is this:

We don't condone harassment or offensive behavior, at our conference venues or anywhere. It's counter to our company values. More importantly, it's counter to our values as human beings."

http://www.oreilly.com/conferences/code-of-conduct.html
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It's quite common in the public sector in Sweden to outsource some e-services to other companies. Quite frequently these services use domains in the URL not associated with the organisation I'm communicating with at all. In some cases, the TLS certificate has a company name that doesn't even exist any more. This is not how you build trust. Stay on the domain name the user visited!
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Domain trust is a gap that I am seeing more often. I am unsure why or where this gap started. I remember consulting with a large clothing company in 1998 that was sending ecomerce traffic (crazy new at the time) to an IP address as the cert ($$$$) was configured for only the IP.

"Domain Trust, What do your customers see?"
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A walk in the park
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8000 so far :-)
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The Wedding cake I Found in My garden
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Consultant, Open Source developer
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  • Edvina AB
    Founder, present
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SIP architect, IPv6 evangelist, Asterisk and Kamailio community member, consultant
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Olle is a contributor to Asterisk.org - the Open Source PBX and Kamailio/OpenSER - the Open Source SIP proxy. He's been working with TCP/IP based communication since 1989 and have focused on Open Unified Communication during the last years.

Olle created the dCAP Asterisk certification, the Asterisk trainings (bootcamps) and co-founded Astricon, the Asterisk conference. He teaches both public classes and in-house private trainings and workshops. He has participated as a speaker in many conferences in Europe and in the USA.
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Keywords: SIP, Asterisk, Kamailio, Presence, TCP/IP, IPv6, PKI, LDAP, TLS, DNS
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