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Another year, another archive key so you know the 7EEFD8EC key is from Webconverger.

4198 920B 166E 4256 B26E  E6AB E3C6 58D6 7EEF D8EC

So following Daniel's example except the change in repository layout I have updated the Webconverger archive key.

hendry@x61 ~$ wget -q http://debian.webconverger.com/archive-key.asc -O /dev/stdout | gpg
pub  1024D/7EEFD8EC 2009-04-07 Webconverger Archive Automatic Signing Key <key@webconverger.com>
sub  2048g/5CBB8700 2009-04-07 [expires: 2011-04-07]

If you track todo you'll notice I've added IN DAILY to:

  • disabling right click
  • setting the UA to Firefox 2
  • disabling the wireless convenience feature to join any open AP -- a bad default

IN DAILY means the bug has been fixed or rather in testing in the daily builds, though not in the proper tested official release yet.

Tor install

As you all know with the uncustomized free version of Webconverger you can alter the boot options and remove nosudo to activate debug mode. From here you could run:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install tor iceweasel-torbutton privoxy

Install the privoxy default maintainer's configuration if asked.

sudo su -c "echo forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 . >> /etc/privoxy/config"
sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart

This might help improve your privacy from the lunacy of the EU Data Retention Directive. I personally find using Tor) unusable. It's just too slow. So in this case I don't think technology will save us. You should instead politely lobby your local European government representative.