Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Building a crash-proof Internet

Finally, a truth on bad Internet

Anything that makes the internet more resilient should be good news, and not just for the millions of ordinary people who use it to book holidays or twitter to their friends. The financial impact of a net outage can be huge: online commerce is now worth over $7 trillion annually, representing about 12 per cent of global GDP. A 2005 study by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich calculated that cutting off all links to the internet would cost Switzerland over $3 billion per week - around 1 per cent of its GDP. And with e-commerce expected to account for 18 per cent of global GDP by 2010, the impact of failure is set to grow.

Solution is network backdoor.
The key is OpenFlow. With the cooperation of the manufacturer, a small OpenFlow program can be added to almost any router, where it acts like a remote control for the proprietary algorithms and hardware inside.

BAD HARDWARE: We solve all possible future problems opening a backdoor in Intenet backbone?
Now, we should add to that backdoor government imposed backdoors in ciphering of you date, warantless taping laws and we will gthe the Brave New World Order.

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