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Broken transparent proxies are just one thing in a laundry list of reasons why pipelining can't be used on the open Internet; no need to attribute *all* of the Web's evils to them :)
On 24/11/2009, at 8:25 AM, Bram Cohen wrote:
> SSL is, however, rather useful for getting around broken transparent--
> proxies. The fact that the major web browsers currently don't do
> pipelining for exactly that reason is an extremely alarming data point
> which makes me think anything other than an absolutely foolproof
> method of avoiding it is going to fail.
Mark Nottingham http://www.mnot.net/
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