Topic: 1x12 - Free

very good episode.
glad to see Alex free and hot.
but then again i feel that the Birkoff situation was solved very weakly.
Maggie Q was sexy as usual, so 8/10.

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good episode, still surprised she became an agent during season 1 you'd figure that be something that happens at the end of season 1.

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What's the deal with Nikita trying to convince Alex at the end of the episode to quit? The whole point of re-routing Alex's signal is to mess with her whereabouts WITHOUT Division knowing about it. What's stopping Birkoff and others from breaking Nikita's encryption if Alex would run away? And of course from activating the kill switch?

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So... did this bug anyone else, or is it just me?

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What?

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Orlando wrote:

What?

443

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it's more the 192 that's bugging me...

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wckiller wrote:

it's more the 192 that's bugging me...

Yeh, surely the CIA are using ipV6 by now smile

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wckiller wrote:

it's more the 192 that's bugging me...

What? Why?

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you bother yourself with computer related things in movies and tv shows still?


really?


i sure hope this was just ironic joke.

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Mxyzptlk wrote:
Orlando wrote:

What?

443

Lovely numbers. And?

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Orlando wrote:
Mxyzptlk wrote:
Orlando wrote:

What?

443

Lovely numbers. And?

Year 443 (CDXLIII) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Maximus and Paterius (or, less frequently, year 1196 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 443 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.??

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Orlando wrote:
Mxyzptlk wrote:
Orlando wrote:

What?

443

Lovely numbers. And?

It's not possible. The octave can't go higher than 255.

An ipv4-address consists of 32 bits (4x8 bits). 255 in binary is 11111111.

255.255.255.255 is the highest theoretical ipv4-address possible.

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Mxyzptlk wrote:
Orlando wrote:
Mxyzptlk wrote:

443

Lovely numbers. And?

It's not possible. The octave can't go higher than 255.

An ipv4-address consists of 32 bits (4x8 bits). 255 in binary is 11111111.

255.255.255.255 is the highest theoretical ipv4-address possible.

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Orlando wrote:
Mxyzptlk wrote:
Orlando wrote:

Lovely numbers. And?

It's not possible. The octave can't go higher than 255.

An ipv4-address consists of 32 bits (4x8 bits). 255 in binary is 11111111.

255.255.255.255 is the highest theoretical ipv4-address possible.

Thanks smile

and what did we learn from it?
i'd say zero.
like i said earlier...

you bother yourself with computer related things in movies and tv shows still?

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GodZionu wrote:

you bother yourself with computer related things in movies and tv shows still?

I personally don't mind fiction in shows set in modern day, but if you call something exactly like in real life (in this case an IP address) then you should do proper research.

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Displaying IP numbers in tv-shows or movies is always problematic. For telephone numbers you have the convenient 555 solution. But if you have to use a a IP address you can either use a private network like 10.0.0.0/8 or 192.168.0.0/16, but that would be rubbish if you want to communicate with an WAN server, so you have to do a mix of rubbish and nonsense, like 192.443...
Every semi-geek recognizes these numbers:

192 - "hey that the IP I got at home on my laptop"
443 - "hey that's the number I use in the internet if I want it encrypted"
-> "This guy is sooo cool and knows his stuff"

roll

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BlackBox wrote:

Displaying IP numbers in tv-shows or movies is always problematic. For telephone numbers you have the convenient 555 solution. But if you have to use a a IP address you can either use a private network like 10.0.0.0/8 or 192.168.0.0/16, but that would be rubbish if you want to communicate with an WAN server, so you have to do a mix of rubbish and nonsense, like 192.443...
Every semi-geek recognizes these numbers:

192 - "hey that the IP I got at home on my laptop"
443 - "hey that's the number I use in the internet if I want it encrypted"
-> "This guy is sooo cool and knows his stuff"

roll

443, encrypted? Really? Elaborate please smile

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i like when they talk about cars, engines and other stuff like that on films and tv, it always make me think: what the FUCK are they talking about?  The fast and the furious..haha what a joke...

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Mxyzptlk wrote:
BlackBox wrote:

Displaying IP numbers in tv-shows or movies is always problematic. For telephone numbers you have the convenient 555 solution. But if you have to use a a IP address you can either use a private network like 10.0.0.0/8 or 192.168.0.0/16, but that would be rubbish if you want to communicate with an WAN server, so you have to do a mix of rubbish and nonsense, like 192.443...
Every semi-geek recognizes these numbers:

192 - "hey that the IP I got at home on my laptop"
443 - "hey that's the number I use in the internet if I want it encrypted"
-> "This guy is sooo cool and knows his stuff"

roll

443, encrypted? Really? Elaborate please smile

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BlackBox wrote:
Mxyzptlk wrote:
BlackBox wrote:

Displaying IP numbers in tv-shows or movies is always problematic. For telephone numbers you have the convenient 555 solution. But if you have to use a a IP address you can either use a private network like 10.0.0.0/8 or 192.168.0.0/16, but that would be rubbish if you want to communicate with an WAN server, so you have to do a mix of rubbish and nonsense, like 192.443...
Every semi-geek recognizes these numbers:

192 - "hey that the IP I got at home on my laptop"
443 - "hey that's the number I use in the internet if I want it encrypted"
-> "This guy is sooo cool and knows his stuff"

roll

443, encrypted? Really? Elaborate please smile

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Oh... they use port 443... I totally misunderstood you in the beginning. I thought that you meant that they somehow encrypted IP-addresses, and the encryption could come out to look like 443. That's why it didn't make any sense to me... but now I'm with you smile