Re: Html5 xml and image encyrption
- OK Trausti
it actually took me FIVE WHOLE MINUTES to do it, while eating a banana and bouncing a baby on my knee. Maybe if I put the banana down I could have done it in 3 minutes.
I could steal the pano while making a pizza at the same time but this would take probably more like 8 or 9 minutes, because of the greasy hands, I would have to use my nose on the trackpad which really slows me down a lot.
so i stole the pano AND THEN i'll make a pizza which is more efficient. multitasking is overrated.
It will have bacon on it. yummy!
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Trausti Hraunfjord wrote:
> A real world challenging :)
> I'm sure you would never throw out some outlandish claims you couldn't back
> up in real life, so I do appreciate you taking the time to prove your
> claims, so that I would not be claiming something you have proven to be
> Here you have a project that has been encrypted, and you are more than
> welcome to take the images from the browser cache and do with them as you
> like... or in some other magical way turn this into a usable panorama on
> your end: http://goo.gl/Q9wyB
> Since you FULLY DISAGREE with my statement, I think it is only fair that
> you provide more than just a claim. I provide a protected project, next
> move is yours.
> Final result: Build the same panorama (it is a simple one, no hotspots or
> other things to take care of), and provide a link to it when it is ready.
> This project expires in exactly one week, which should be more than enough
> time for you to do your magic.... after all you did say: "encrypting a tour
> might make it slightly harder to "steal" the images, but not very much at
> all.". I do ABSOLUTELY disagree with your claim, and unless you provide a
> PROOF in the form of the same panorama images being displayed on your
> server, using whatever player you desire, I will of course expect you to
> apologize for wrong statements and for trying to take a leak in my bed.
> I sincerely don't think you are anywhere close to wetting my bed - and that
> you might want to change your own bed-sheets before going to sleep :)
> In THEORY, the encryption can be broken by super computers, but who does
> have access to super computers, and who is so hell bent on getting some
> panoramic images, they would try to get those by using said super
> computers? Point being: The images are safe and secure when encrypted, and
> won't be stolen by competitors or some sleazy panorama thiefs (that do
> stick up their ugly heads from time to time, making life miserable for the
> content creators and tour owners).
> Best regards, and good luck!
> On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 6:40 AM, giant_klobasa_monster
> > **
> > i fully disagree.
> > if you think that encrypting something that is shown on a website is going
> > to help, I think you might be misunderstanding some of the implications of
> > publishing on the web.
> > if you are SHOWING your image on the web, the person looking at them, by
> > definition, is downloading them to their computer (to their web cache, at
> > least)
> > encrypting a tour might make it slightly harder to "steal" the images, but
> > not very much at all. and anyone who actually does want to steal it, will
> > certainly know how to get around that.
> > sorry to pee on your bed, or whatever the metaphor is here ;-)
- Hi, long and important discussion. With hacker skill into digital world we
can do everything but i think that a pano-virtual tour would be published
with a mininum of protection to discourage the average user. So with Krpano
what's the best workflow with minimal protection?
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