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So this is odd – i’ve been using TOR Browser for a while now with no issue, but then tonight I tried to connect and I get the following error message –

“Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at”

I haven’t changed any settings, and my log file contains the following:

Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Tor v0.2.3.25 (git-17c24b3118224d65) running on Windows 7. Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Tor can’t help you if you use it wrong! Learn how to be safe at Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Read configuration file “C:UsersMyNameDesktopTor BrowserDataTortorrc”. Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Initialized libevent version 2.0.21-stable using method win32. Good. Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Opening Socks listener on Mar 07 00:41:46.678 [Notice] Opening Control listener on Mar 07 00:41:46.791 [Notice] Parsing GEOIP file .DataTorgeoip. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] No AES engine found; using AES_* functions. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] This OpenSSL has a good implementation of counter mode; using it. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] OpenSSL OpenSSL 1.0.0k 5 Feb 2013 looks like version 0.9.8m or later; I will try SSL_OP to enable renegotiation Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] Reloaded microdescriptor cache. Found 3175 descriptors. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] We now have enough directory information to build circuits. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] Bootstrapped 80%: Connecting to the Tor network. Mar 07 00:41:49.461 [Notice] New control connection opened. Mar 07 00:41:50.328 [Notice] Heartbeat: Tor’s uptime is 0:00 hours, with 1 circuits open. I’ve sent 0 kB and received 0 kB. Mar 07 00:41:50.440 [Notice] Bootstrapped 85%: Finishing handshake with first hop. Mar 07 00:41:51.546 [Notice] Bootstrapped 90%: Establishing a Tor circuit. Mar 07 00:41:52.319 [Notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks like client functionality is working. Mar 07 00:41:52.319 [Notice] Bootstrapped 100%: Done.

I’m not finding much help online – what could be the problem?

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Crunching Koalas

“We were thinking of a name for the studio,” says Tomaszewski. He’s sitting in the middle of the small but sparse room Crunching Koalas uses for its office. It’s the size of a large bedroom with bookshelves along one wall and a bank of floor-to-ceiling windows along the other.

When the Koalas moved into the space it was barren. Concrete walls painted battleship grey, bare floor, no bookshelves. It could resemble something out of a post-apocalypse scenario, which, in a way it is. The decaying building had been passed from hand to hand after the fall of communism, and eventually became a sort of low-rent, all-purpose space, used almost exclusively by small, young companies like Crunching Koalas. Warsaw is littered with these buildings most are scheduled for destruction and being squeezed for every possible last use before the wrecking ball swings.

Tomaszewski and his co-founders Lukasz Juszczyk and and Kris Lesiecki put in a particle board floor, built the shelves and painted the walls. Then they installed a set of lime green shades in front of the windows, which, on sunny days like this one, diffuse the room in a kind of acid trip green. The effect is at once alarming and mildly exotic.

Tomaszewski is one of a new generation of Polish game developers, raised after the fall of Communism in a country where the idea that you could grow up to do whatever you wanted had suddenly become somewhat normal. Tomaszewski learned to make games at the local technical university in an elite program for game development run by fellow indie game developers and the founders of Thing Trunk, Filip Starzynski and Konstanty Kalicki. After graduating, Tomaszewski entered a business plan competition in which the top four companies would get funding. He placed fifth.

“So I didn’t get anything,” he says. “We were sure we were going to get it. We already rented a flat, which was bigger. It was supposed to be our studio. When the results came and I was fifth, it was like, oh my God. How are we gonna do this?”

A few weeks later, he got a second chance. He applied again for the funding, and his business plan came in first. Now all he needed was a name.

“I know we wanted a sweet animal, a sweet creature in the name and the logo, because we’re making games that are partly casual,” Tomaszewski says. “We wanted to appeal to people who like sweet animals.”

“Capybaras was taken. There was no studio with koalas, so we took the koalas. We didn’t just want to be koalas, though. We needed something more. … The guys who funded our studio came up with the idea to name it the Crunching Koalas.”

Tomaszewski and his partners were “crunching” on games for other studios, putting in long hours and basically working themselves into exhaustion. To the company’s investors, this seemed cute. The team members were not just koalas; they were “crunching” Koalas.

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May 252014

Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator) is an audio/video and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, Windows Live, Yahoo! and many other useful features.

Jitsi is Open Source / Free Software, and is available under the terms of the LGPL.

Videos from DebConf13 and ClueCon

We had a couple of interesting presentations of Jitsi and Jitsi Videobridge during the past two weeks when we attended DebConf 13 (video | article) in Switzerland and ClueCon (video | slides) in Chicago. We thought wed share them here for those whod like to check them out. In both of them we go over things such as using Videobridge for quality video conferences, combined use of SIP and XMPP through CUSAX, Jitsis existing and upcoming features and other interesting topics. Check them out!

The jitsi deb packages are now officially part of the Debian SID repositories! The first candidate was uploaded for approval on Dec 10, 2012 and now, after a good 8 months of productive communication with the Debian developers, exchanging comments and feedback and many package candidates, our efforts are finally rewarded. We believe our next stable release will be obtainable through official Debian repositories.

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Onionshare creator Micah Lee, who works as a staff technologist and crypto guru for Glenn Greenwalds news site The Intercept. Image: Courtesy of Micah Lee

When Glenn Greenwald discovered last year that some of the NSA documents hed received from Edward Snowden had been corrupted, he needed to retrieve copies from fellow journalist Laura Poitras in Berlin. They decided the safest way to transfer the sizable cache was to use a USB drive carried by hand to Greenwalds home in Brazil. As a result, Greenwalds partner David Miranda was detained at Heathrow, searched, and questioned for nine hours.

Thats exactly the sort of ordeal Micah Lee, the staff technologist and resident crypto expert at Greenwalds investigative news site The Intercept, hopes to render obsolete. On Tuesday he released Onionsharesimple, free software designed to let anyone send files securely and anonymously. After reading about Greenwalds file transfer problem in Greenwalds new book, Lee created the program as a way of sharing big data dumps via a direct channel encrypted and protected by the anonymity software Tor, making it far more difficult for eavesdroppers to determine who is sending what to whom.

If you use a filesharing service like Dropbox or Mega or whatever, you basically have to trust them. The file could end up in the hands of law enforcement, Lee says. This lets you bypass all third parties, so that the file goes from one person to another over the Tor network completely anonymously.

Its basically 100 percent darknet.

When Onionshare users want to send files, the program creates a password-protected, temporary website hosted on the Tor networkwhats known as a Tor Hidden Servicethat runs on their computer. They provide the recipient with the URL and password for that site, preferably via a message encrypted with a tool like PGP or Off-The-Record encrypted instant messaging. The recipient visits that URL in a Tor Browser and downloads the file from that temporary, untraceable website, without needing to have a copy of Onionshare.

As soon as the person has downloaded the file, you can just cancel the web server and the file is no longer accessible to anyone, Lee says.

Lee hopes to have others examine Onionshares code to suss out flaws. For now it only runs as a bare-bones command-line tool on the Tor-based operating system Tails, which can be launched on Windows or Mac machines. He plans to add a version that runs directly on Windows and Mac computers soon.

Onionshare can be particularly useful when someone sending a file wants to remain anonymous even to the recipient, Lee says. If whistleblowers can securely send an Onionshare URL and password to a journalist, they potentially could use it to leak secrets anonymously without being exposed. That flips the model of how Tor enables leaks: Sites like WikiLeaks and news organizations using the anonymous leak software SecureDrop host their own Tor Hidden Services. Onionshare could put more power in whistleblowers hands, helping them send secrets to journalists who dont have that sort of anonymous submission system in place.

But Lee also sees Onionshare being used for more common file-sharing situations where everyone involved knows each other but require utmost secrecy. Its a safe bet that Greenwald and Miranda will be fans.

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Apr 262014

Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator) is an audio/video and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, Windows Live, Yahoo! and many other useful features.

Jitsi is Open Source / Free Software, and is available under the terms of the LGPL.

JetBrains have just contributed free WebStorm licenses to the entire Jitsi team to help with our work on Jitsi Meet. Thanks JetBrains!

Jitsi Videobridge and JitMeet at the VoIP Users Conference

Jitsi made a guest appearance at VoIP Users Conferemce episode 482 this Friday. This time however, the entire show was running on JitMeet, Jitsi Videobridge and WebRTC. It was a great show! Whats even better is that Jitsi hosted VUC episodes may become a lot more frequent in the near future, so stay tuned!

Three more days to apply for Jitsis GSoC! Apply Now!

The GSoC application deadline is this Friday (March 21). GSoC is an awesome way to spend the summer: writing FLOSS code, working on Jitsi and getting paid $5000 for it all. Students, have a look at our project ideas and then apply here

The advice first appeared on which was relaying Daniel Pococks post. Bottom line is: if you need video conferencing the simplest possible way then just go to using Chromium, Chrome or Opera. Experience the power of Jitsi Videobridge!

Jitsi in Google Summer of Code 2014! Hello Students!

We are happy to announce that Jitsi is taking part in Google Summer of Code 2014 ! We are looking forward to an exciting summer with some very cool projects! Students, have a look at all the project ideas that we have and get paid $5000 to spend the summer working on them!

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Jitsi Original author(s) Emil Ivov Developer(s) Jitsi Team and Contributors Initial release 2003(2003) Stable release 2.4 (build.4997) (January7, 2014; 3 months ago(2014-01-07)) [] Preview release 2.5 (nightly) [] Development status Active Written in Java Operating system Linux, Mac OS X, Windows (all Java supported) Size 33 MB Windows[1] 23MB Mac OS X[2] 16MB GNU/Linux 60MB source code[3] Available in Asturian, English, French, German, Bulgarian, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Greek and 25 more Type Voice over Internet Protocol / instant messaging / videoconferencing License LGPL Website

Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator) is a free and open source multiplatform[4]voice (VoIP), videoconferencing and instant messaging application for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. It supports several popular instant messaging and telephony protocols, including open recognised encryption protocols for chat (OTR) and voice/video/streaming and voice/video conferencing (SIP/RTP/SRTP/ZRTP), as well as built-in IPv6, NAT traversal and DNSSEC. Jitsi and its source code are released under the terms of the LGPL.[4]

Work on Jitsi (then SIP Communicator) started in 2003 in the context of a student project by Emil Ivov at the University of Strasbourg.[5] It was originally released as an example video phone in the JAIN-SIP stack and later spun off as a standalone project.[6]

Originally the project was mostly used as an experimentation tool because of its support for IPv6.[7][8] Through the years, as the project gathered members, it also added support for protocols other than SIP.

Jitsi has received support from various institutions such as the NLnet Foundation,[9][10] the University of Strasbourg and the Region of Alsace[11] and it has also had multiple participations in the Google Summer of Code program.[12][13]

In 2009, Emil Ivov founded the BlueJimp company which has employed some of Jitsi’s main contributors[14][15] in order to offer professional support and development services[16] related to the project.

In 2011, after successfully adding support for Audio/Video communication over XMPPs Jingle extensions, the project was renamed to Jitsi since it was no longer “a SIP only Communicator”.[17][18] This name originates from the Bulgarian “” (wires).[19]

Jitsi supports multiple operating systems, including Windows as well as Unix-like systems such as GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and BSD. An Android version is planned for Q2 2014.[20] It also includes:[21]

The following protocols are currently supported by Jitsi:[4]

Jitsi is mostly written in Java[26] which helps reuse most of the same code over the various operating systems it works on. Its GUI is based upon Swing. The project also uses native code for the implementation of platform specific tasks such as audio/video capture and rendering, IP address selection, and access to native popup notification systems such as Growl.

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Apr 262014

Jitsi is a free messenger client that supports most major protocols and even supports video and audio conversations.

Simply choose the IM protocol that you’d like to connect to from a selection that includes SIP, Google Talk, XMPP/Jabber, MSN or Windows Live Messenger, AIM, Bonjour, ICQ, Yahoo Messenger and Facebook chat. In the main window, you’ll find all your personal contacts.

In the Jitsi chat window, you can exchange IM messages or initiate video or audio chats, including group chats. There are a limited number of emoticons and Jitsi keeps a history of your chats. Although the interface isn’t particularly intuitive, the fact that you can initiate audio and video chats gives it a serious advantage over many slicker IM clients.

Note that this download link takes you to the nightly build page because Jitsi is being updated so regularly, that you can choose the latest version more easily.

Jitsi might not be quite as slick as other IM clients but is a serious alternative to classics like Miranda.

Note that this download link takes you to the nightly build page because Jitsi is being updated so regularly, that you can choose the latest version more easily

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Unbeknownst to many people, there are a growing number of free stand-alone VoIP clients, some of which arent half bad. Today Im going to be doing an in-depth look at one of these free downloadable clients, Jitsi, which is described as an audio/video Internet phone and instant messenger that supports some of the most popular VoIP and instant messaging protocols such as SIP, Jabber, AIM/ICQ, MSN, etc

The list is extensive, but it had me at SIP and Jabber.

Jitsi, which is written mostly in Java, is a free and open source VoIP, and instant messaging application for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Its currently in alpha. Stable releases come out every so often while nightly builds are released several times a day. When appropriate, users are automatically prompted to download and install the latest build (or you can just tell it to do this all without asking).

What separates this application from others like it is the inclusion of enterprise VoIP features such as attended and blind call transfer, call recording, call encryption, conferencing, and video calls.

This version of the application looks and feels great. The main UI is simple and clean, the pop-up call handling screen is easy to use, and the instant messaging feature is handled nicely. Jitsi certainly aims to accomplish a lot. While you can almost expect a few glitches here and there, it is certainly worth trying out.

[ Relevant Sidenote: This review was conducted on a Macbook Pro. ]

As usual, I am going to do a quick walk through of how to setup OnSIP with Jitsi. A lot of these steps apply no matter which VoIP provider youre using so I noncustomers will also find this useful. Youre going to need your user credentials. They can be found in your OnSIP admin portal under users. Here is an example of the fields you will need:

Setting Up VoIP Calling

Open up Jitsi and select +Add New Account under File. You should see a screen pop up that looks like this:

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Shopping cart SEO can range from the simple to seemingly impossible. In a competitive landscape, how do you separate your store from the competition? How do you balance SEO and usability?

Here are six things I look at early in any shopping cart SEO project.

Make it easy for customers to get right into the site and find products. For most online stores, I recommend three levels of primary menu navigation:

Some shops may warrant an additional category level to get important keywords into your site-wide navigation.

The rule of thumb is to keep your store as simple as possible; dont needlessly complicate your menus.

For enterprise-size stores that sell thousands of items across multiple departments with products that must be broken into smaller and smaller sub-groups, I suggest the traveling magnifying glass approach to navigation.

The traveling magnifying glass, my own term, is how I describe navigation that expands and collapses depending on where you are in the shopping cart. These navigational links define specifications that help visitors narrow choices (ex. iPhone, Android, Windows or Blackberry). This is especially helpful when there would otherwise be page-after-page of products to view. Here are three key features of the traveling magnifying glass:

As users move deeper into product subcategories, do not keep all the previous options in your sidebar navigation. If you do, your menu will become visually complicated. For SEO, you want to push PageRank or authority deeper into the site, toward the products, not backwards into multiple levels of navigation. makes tremendous use of the traveling magnifying glass.In their books department, Amazon offers numerous categories. When you click on Science Fiction and Fantasy those all disappear and youre offered Fantasy, Gaming, Science Fiction or Writing. Pick Science Fiction, and Amazon presents you with a dozen sub genres. Each time you move deeper into the bookstore, the previous choices disappear.

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