Archive for July, 2013

dumping rtmp stream

July 22nd, 2013 2 comments logoHere’s a quick howto which describes how to easily dump rtmp streams from
(You won’t need wireshark for it, just rtmpdump has to be installed on your *NIX system.)

1.) Go to the respective site, e.g. Abhören für Alle by Harald Welte and check the source code of the site (ctrl + u in Firefox). – Watch out for the following lines in the html source code:

url: "/elastic_streaming_client/get_streaming_server/",
success: function(data) {
$("#stage").get(0).innerHTML = '< video id="player" width="' + width + '" height="' + height + '" controls="controls" src="http :// ' + data[0].server + '/vods3/_definst/mp4:dctp_completed_media/a2dd446bdf6a4c3584a320b7decc42f1_iphone.m4v/playlist.m3u8">Dieser Browser unterstützt kein HTML5 Video';

2.) Extract the string in the line url: (e.g. “/elastic_streaming_client/get_streaming_server/) and consolidate it with “” to “”. Visit the site and extract the information which appears in the browser window.

[{"endpoint": "rtmpe://", "type": "wowza", "server": ""}]

3.) Extract the information “src=” in the line #stage from the source code of the original page (e.g. “http://’ + data[0].server + ‘/vods3/_definst/mp4:dctp_completed_media/a2dd446bdf6a4c3584a320b7decc42f1_iphone.m4v/playlist.m3u8” and consolidate the info with the “endpoint” information from the second page. (substract “/playlist.m3u8” which isn’t needed.)


4.) Open a shell and enter the following command into the command line, whereas -r defines the rtmp url and -o the option of the output filename where the file is being dumped to.

rtmpdump -r rtmpe:// -o AbhoerenFuerAlle-HaraldWelte.flv --resume

5.) Use Arista transcoder or Miro converter to convert the dumped flv file into any format.


[Update 15FEB2014]
Georg wrote dctp-dl, a command line tool to download the video file as mp4 directly.

SWR181 sightseeing inbond LSZH

July 21st, 2013 No comments

SWR181 LSZH 21JUL2013 0402Z SäntisCaptain “Päuli” from flight SWR181 (reg.-nr HB-JME) seems to have had his last flight (VTBS-LSZH) and, – seemingly, – was allowed to do a little “sightseeing” through the Mountains, over “Säntis” before approaching rwy 34, where after the landing a “little surprise” was waiting for him…

Source: LiveATC

LSZH CTR Frequency 133.900
[21JUL2013 03:41 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 if you wish to turn to the Säntis, would be approved for sightseeing
SWR181: Oh that’s a great idea, we appreciate, SWR181, wildo

[21JUL2013 03:44 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 if you wish you could be number one for approach SWR179 is giving you the priority
SWR181: this is very kind of you, appreciate SWR181 thank you
LSZH APP: welcome

[21JUL2013 03:45 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 descend to FL130
SWR181: 1-6-0 for 1-3-0 SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:46 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 contact now arrival on 131.150 en schöne Tag no
SWR181: 131.150 danke glyfalls SWR181 byebye

LSZH APP EAST Frequency 131.150
[21JUL2013 03:48 UTC]
SWR181: arrival guete morge SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 Zurich arrival guete morge, expect vectoring ILS rwy 34 whenever you are ready
SWR181: we are ready any time SWR181
LSZH APP: 181 roger call you back
LSZH APP: SWR181 right turn heading 300
SWR181: right heading 300
LSZH APP: SWR179 you will be number two now to land thanks
SWR179: ok, no problem, SWR179
SWR179: have it, Päuli!
SWR181: so geil, gäll?
SWR179: geil, ja!

[21JUL2013 03:49 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 descend to FL110 maintain green dot speed and expect approximately 50 track-miles
SWR181: that’s perfect descending 110 SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 maintain green dot speed further descend will be in about 15 miles
SWR181: roger green dot speed and returning now heading 300 SWR181
LSZH APP: roger
LSZH APP: SWR181 are you visual at present position?
SWR181: affirm
LSZH APP: roger, maintain visual ground contact please
SWR181: wildo SWR181, mir sind e chly tüff, he? (we are a bit low, right?)
LSZH APP: ja genau, ok SWR181 do you wish to continue visually down to level 110?
SWR181: affirm, yes please SWR181
LSZH APP: danke

[21JUL2013 03:52 UTC]
SWR181: SWR181 may we turn heading 240 for a short while visually?
LSZH APP: affirm SWR181 visually
SWR181: danke
LSZH APP: SWR181 continue with with visual separation to terrain and contact now final 125.325 schöni letschti landig! (have a nice last landing!)
SWR181: danke vielmal, we change to final continue visually SWR181

LSZH APP FINAL Frequency 125.325
[21JUL2013 03:53 UTC]
SWR181: Zurich final guete tag SWR181 fully visual
LSZH APP: SWR181 final guete morge continue heading 240 and how many miles would you like to continue on this heading?
SWR181: eh SWR181 eh … SWR181 eh it’s ok we can continue the heading you want
LSZH APP: ok turn right heading 250 expect to take you to the localizer expect the landing time 04 you are number 1 this morning
SWR181: ok heading 250 SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 speed minimum green around 220 knodts
SWR181: yeah we have 225 SWR181
LSZH APP: danke

[21JUL2013 03:54 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 descend to 6000 actually make it FL80 visually
SWR181: descending FL80 SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:55 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 continue descend to 6000ft QNH 1019
SWR181: QNH1019 descending 6000ft SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:56 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 turn right heading 260
SWR181: right heading 260 SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:57 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 turn now right heading 050
SWR181: right heading 050 SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 reduce speed to 180 knodts
SWR181: reducing 180 SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:58 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 further right heading 080
SWR181: further right 080 SWR181

[21JUL2013 03:59 UTC]
LSZH APP: SWR181 turn now left heading 360 descend to 5000ft cleared ILS 34 report established
SWR181: left heading 360 cleared to 5000ft cleared ILS 34 call you established SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 heading 010 to intercept the ILS
SWR181: 010 the heading SWR181

[21JUL2013 04:00 UTC]
SWR181: 181 establised
LSZH APP: SWR181 danke schön number 1
SWR181: merci
LSZH APP: maintain 180 knodts until advised
SWR181: wilco SWR181
LSZH APP: SWR181 speed 160 knodts or greater to DME 5 contact tower 118.1 schöni zyt, schöne! (have a nice time!)
SWR181: danke vielmal für d’hilf super gsy SWR181 160 to 5 SWR181 (thanks for your assistance was great)

LSZH TWR Frequency 118.100
[21JUL2013 04:02 UTC]
SWR181: Zurich tower guete morge SWR181 ILS 34
LSZH TWR: SWR181 tower guete morge winds 260 degrees 3 knodts runway 34 cleared to land
SWR181: cleared to land rwy34 SWR181

[21JUL2013 04:05 UTC]
LSZH TWR: SWR181 contact Apron 121.850 schöne Tag und alles gueti für de Chef für sin nöchschte Abschnitt (and all the best to your boss for his next episode)
SWR181 (Co-Pilot): är strahlet über ds ganze Gsicht schöne Tag, danke vielmal! (he smiles all over his face)
LSZH TWR: merci
SWR181 (Pilot): danke dir au vielmal! (thanks a lot)
LSZH TWR: Gärn gscheh, ciao (welcome, bye)

LSZH TWR Frequency 121.850
[21JUL2013 04:06 UTC]
SWR181: Apron guete Tag SWR181 on ECHO 3
LSZH TWR: SWR181 Apron guete morge taxi via FOXTROTT 1 and then DELTA then ECHO 67 und am FOX 1 staht dänn no d’Überraschig! (and at the end of FOX 1 there will be a surprise)
SWR181: Jawoll, Überraschig in sight FOX 1 DELTA SWR181 (surprise in sight)
LSZH TWR: then to firm stand ECHO 67
SWR181: ECHO 67 danke schön!

[21JUL2013 04:12 UTC]
SWR179: Hey Päuli alles guete, gsehsch geil uus fo hine! (Hey Paul you look great from behind!)
SWR181 (Captain): Scho guet, danke vielmal! (ok, thanks)
SWR179: Päuli mir händ Fottene fo dire letschte Brännerei(?) (we’ve got pictures of you last burnings(?))
SWR181 (Captain): Danke vielmal! (thanks a lot)

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July 18th, 2013 No comments

Aus der Reihe “dem Philosoph ist nichts zu doof”:

„Beim Erwachen hatte ich schon so viele Einfälle, dass der Tag nicht ausreichte, um sie niederzuschreiben.“

Zitat Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

… drum bleib’ ich heute im Bett um gar nicht erst der Welt Schaden anzurichten.

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“le dernier cri”: PRISM implementation

July 18th, 2013 No comments

orlyAre you thinking of buying the newest slick smartphone? Well then, get the latest “Blackberry Q10” with implemented sneaking high-end “suppa duppa” username & password delivery feature which sends your credentials directly to the NSA and all these “nice guyz” protecting us from “za thheRR0Riz”. – ’cause as you’ve nothing to hide anyways and ain’t give a shit about your goddam privvvazy! – Y0!1!!

When you enter your POP / IMAP e-mail credentials into a Blackberry 10 phone they will be sent to Blackberry without your consent or knowledge. A server with the IP which is in the Research In Motion (RIM) netblock in Canada will instantly connect to your mailserver and log in with your credentials. If you do not have forced SSL/TLS configured on your mail server, your credentials will be sent in the clear by Blackberrys server for the connection. Blackberry thus has not only your e-mail credentials stored in its database, it makes them available to anyone sniffing inbetween – namely the NSA and GCHQ as documented by the recent Edward Snowden leaks. Canada is a member of the “Five Eyes”, the tigh-knitted cooperation between the interception agencies of USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, so you need to assume that they have access to RIMs databases. You should delete your e-mail accounts from any Blackberry 10 device immediately, change the e-mail password and resort to use an alternative mail program like K9Mail.

Clarification: this issue is not about PIN-messaging, BBM, push-messaging or any other Blackberry service where you expect that your credentials are sent to RIM. This happens if you only enter your own private IMAP / POP credentials into the standard Blackberry 10 email client without having any kind BER, special configuration or any explicit service relationship or contract with Blackberry. The client should only connect directly to your mail server and nowhere else. A phone hardware vendor has no right to for whatever reason harvest account credentials back to his server without explicit user consent and then on top of that connect back to the mail server with them.

Recipe for own experiment:
1. set up your own mail server with full logging
2. create throw-away IMAP account
3. enter IMAP account credentials into Blackberry 10 device, note time
4. check mail with Blackberry
5. look in logfiles for IP (or others from RIM netblock)

Source: Frank at geekheim & Fefe

SRSLY: think about digital disobediance. – NOW!

zero flap landing of SXS77U at LSZH

July 5th, 2013 No comments

SXS77U LSZH 0-flap 05JUL2013SXS77U (Boeing 737) from Antalya (LTAI) seemingly had some troubles with the altimeter and therefore decided to do a “zero flap” landing, with about 191 knodts (354 km/h) on final in LSZH.
Listen to the ATC recording from Zurich EAST approach (LSZH APP) over Zurich WEST approach (LSZH APP) until Zurich Tower (LSZH TWR).

Source: LiveATC

LSZH Approach EAST Frequency 131.150
LSZH APP: SXS77U arrival good afternoon descend to FL110 expect ILS rwy 14 no delay

LSZH APP: SXS77U fly heading 250 for radar vectors into left hand downwind
SXS77U: (unreadable)
LSZH APP: roger descend to FL80
SXS77U: descend FL80 SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U reduce speed 230 knodts about 35 miles from touchdown
SXS77U: reduce speed 230 knodts SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U turn right heading 300 descend to 6000ft QNH 1027
SXS77U: (unreadable) 300 SXS77U
LSZH APP: SXS77U correct speed 210 knodts

LSZH APP: SXS77U turn left heading 260 descend to 5000ft
SXS77U: left heading 260 descending 5000 SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U speed 180kt turn left heading 230
SXS77U: (unreadable)

LSZH APP: SXS77U turn left heading 170 descend to 4000ft cleared ILS approach rwy 14 report established
SXS77U: (unreadable)

LSZH APP: go ahead
SXS77U: we have a ?? radar vectors for holding point
LSZH APP: SXS77U roger then climb again to 6000ft and continue on turn right heading 220
SXS77U: right 220 climb to 6000ft SXS77U
LSZH APP: SXS77U roger and can you say again the nature of the problem
SXS77U: (unreadable)
LSZH APP: I understand altimeter problem?
SXS77U: altimeter problem SXS77U
LSZH APP: SXS77U roger expect vectors to GIPOL holding turn right heading 250
SXS77U: expect GIPOL holding (unreadable)

SXS77U: SXS77U would you please confirm the point again?
LSZH APP: it said GIPOL holding
SXS77U: confirm the point GOLF INDIA PAPA OSCAR LIMA
LSZH APP: GOLF INDIA PAPA OSCAR LIMA that is correct, the current position about 1-0 miles on heading 240
SXS77U: 10 miles thanks
LSZH APP: SXS77U contact now Zurich arrival on 118 decimal 0 he is informed about the nature of your problem
SXS77U: 118 decimal 3 thanks SXS77U
LSZH APP: 1-1-8-0
SXS77U: 118.0 SXS77U

LSZH Approach WEST Frequency 118.0
SXS77U: Arrival SXS77U
LSZH APP: SXS77U to the arrival hello climb to FL70

LSZH APP: SXS77U proceed GIPOL and hold be advised longest available runway in Zurich is rwy 16 ILS approach
SXS77U: Thank you very much for the information and hold over GIPOL SXS77U

SXS77U: SXS77U may we climb up to FL80 or 90
LSZH APP: SXS77U climb to FL90 join the holding keep me advised
SXS77U: climb FL90 join the holding and keep you informed SXS77U

SXS77U: Arrival SXS77U we are finished with the checklist and request radar vectoring for ILS rwy 16
LSZH APP: SXS77U roger expect radar vectoring rwy 16 we’ll give you a long lineup and confirm the status of your aircraft
SXS77U: we will make a landing with all flaps up landing SXS77U
LSZH APP: ok, this case 0 flap landing SXS77U fire brigade will be on standby then on the runway be advised surface winds 070 degrees 7kt I call call you back for the radar vectors in about two minutes
SXS77U: yes Sir, we will stay on the runway after landing and wait for radar vector SXS77U
LSZH APP: roger, you will stay on the runway, copy that SXS770 will you be later on able to taxi away or do you need a tow?
SXS77U: we need a tow, Sir SXS77U most probably the speed break will be very hot
LSZH APP: roger fire brigade will be on standby next to your aircraft after the landing to cool your breaks and we will organise as well a tow to tow you then when everything is safe back to the stand
SXS77U: thank you very much SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U turn right heading 040 radar vectoring ILS approach rwy 16
SXS77U: right heading 040 degrees radar vectors for ILS rwy 16 SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U you have 37 miles to touchdown descend to FL70 no speed restrictions during the entire approach
SXS77U: descending FL70 no speed restriction thank you very much SXS77U
LSZH APP: you are welcome, you will be number one for ILS rwy 16
SXS77U: thank you

LSZH APP: SXS77U for your information fire brigade is ready on rwy 16
SXS77U: thank you, Sir SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS77U turn right heading 060 descend 6000ft QNH 1027
SXS77U: right heading 060 degrees descending to 6000ft QNH 1027 SXS77U
LSZH APP: roger will be a lineup about 15 miles is that ok for you?
SXS77U affirm, Sir it’s ok SXS77U

LSZH APP: go ahead
OSZ: ah we are here descending 130 approaching ZULU HOTEL 625
LSZH APP: and you are a Citation XL and which ATIS do you have?
LSZH APP: roger please check CHARLIE
OSZ: wildo

LSZH APP: SXS77U descend to 5000ft
SXS77U: descending 5000ft SXS77U

LSZH APP: SXS770 please report souls on board and any dangerous goods
SXS77U: no dangerous goods sir and just standby for souls
LSZH APP: roger
SXS77U: we have 174 souls on board SXS77U
LSZH APP: 1-7-4 souls on board turn right heading 130 intercept localiser rwy 16
SXS77U: right heading 130 degrees intercept localiser rwy 16 SXS770

LSZH APP: SXS770 descend to 4000ft cleared for the ILS approach rwy 16 report established
SXS77U: descending 4000ft cleared for the ILS approach rwy 16 will call you when establishing SXS770

LSZH APP: SXS770 are you established?
SXS77U: affirm, Sir established SXS770
LSZH APP: roger contact tower 118 decimal 1 good bye
SXS77U: 118.1 thank you very much Sir SXS770

LSZH Tower Frequency 118.1
SWR107E: go ahead
LSZH TWR: There will be a slight delay for you a landing traffic on a crossing rwy is approaching 4 miles with a 0-flap landing on a very high approach speed
SWR107E: is copied SWR107E
LSZH TWR: (unreadable) in case you do abort the takeoff
SWR107E: is blocked SWR107E

SXS77U: SXS770 ILS rwy 16
LSZH TWR: hello SXS770 wind 060 degrees 5 kt rwy 16 you are cleared to land
SXS77U: cleared to land rwy 16 SXS770
LSZH TWR: and the equipment is waiting at the runway
SXS77U: excellent, thank you SXS770

LSZH TWR: Swiss 564 flight delayed due to traffic landing on the crossing runway which requires a rwy check after landing
SWR564: copied 564
LSZH TWR: wind check 070 degrees knodts for rwy 16

LSZH TWR: and Tower SXS770 hold position the fire brigade is coming out
SXS77U: holding position SXS770
LSZH TWR: do you have hot breaks do you need any break cooling?
SXS77U: affirm we need SXS770
LSZH TWR: you need break cooling do confirm
SXS77U: affirm SXS770

SXS77U: go ahead SXS770
LSZH TWR: the fire brigade wants you to shut down your engines please
SXS77U: (unreadable)
LSZH TWR: say again, please
SXS77U: we need one minute SXS770
LSZH TWR: ok, that is checked

SXS77U: Tower SXS770
SXS77U: would you please give us the frequency for the fire brigade?
LSZH TWR: the problem is they only speak german
SXS77U: hehe excellent thank you
LSZH TWR: ahm very excellent (…) can I tell them what you like?
SXS77U: actually I wanted to coordinate the operation but anyways they know what to do thank you very much

SXS77U: Go ahead SXS770
LSZH TWR: What would be the indication of your break temperature?
SXS77U: we don’t have an indication SXS770

SXS77U: Go ahead SXS770
LSZH TWR: you don’t speak german by chance or got a co-pilot who speaks german
SXS77U: unfortunately (..) we only speak english, Sir

LSZH TWR: and SXS770 for your information cooling f?? and air cooling
SXS77U: thank you that is copied, Sir SXS770

SXS77U: Go ahead SXS770
LSZH TWR: please switch to GND 121.9
SXS77U: 121.9 SXS770 thank you

(unfortunately GND is not covered by Live ATC recordings)


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Dependence Day – 4th of July

July 4th, 2013 No comments


FAB001 outbound LOWW

July 3rd, 2013 No comments

FAB001 outbound LOWW heading direct GCLP 3rd of July 2013, after having landed in LOWW the day before coming from UUEE UUWW.

Update: FAB001 departed from UUWW, Vnukovo international airport, not Sheremetyevo (UUEE) international airport.

Source: LiveATC

[03JUL2013 0917Z]
FAB001: Control FOXTROTT ALPHA BRAVO 0-0-1 passing 3500 (feet)
LOWW APP: FAB001 hello identified climb flightlevel 100
FAB001: 0-0-1 I understand to FL 3-6-0
LOWW APP: FAB001 negative climb FL100
FAB100: Climb FL100 FAB001

[03JUL2013 0919Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 climb FL240
FAB001: Climb to FL240 FAB001

[03JUL2013 0923Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 cleared direct to OSPEN
FAB001: Direct to OSPEN FAB001

LOWW APP: FAB001 contact Wien Radar 132 decimal 6
FAB001: 3-2 decimal 6 thank you very much, good bye


Paradigm shift in international criminal prosecution

July 3rd, 2013 No comments

We needn’t discuss the fact that the United States represents the top delinquent against international law and human rights from their foundation until today. They have proven their pole position and rank of global criminal warlord repeatedly and sustainably…

The U.S. administration has yet understood that their strategies regarding criminal prosecution has its legal limitations when it comes to international law and, – therefore, – are introducing a orchestrated situation, confronting the global sovereign states with the dictation of their political agenda, where international criminal prosecution and law now is at stake. The unlawful head-hunt of Osama Bin Laden and his fellows brought them to a momentum where a paradigm shift is needed to continue prosecuting their “enemies” on an international level. Therefore they release a made-up “worst case” scenario with a puppet named Snowden to introduce a paradigm shift in international criminal prosecution.

The criminals used to be those who spied on their citizen, where after nowadays those are declared criminals who protect themselves from being spied on…

As long as the last 4 presidents of the United States are not being impeached for crimes on humankind in an international human rights court, the international laws on criminal prosecution can be declared obsolete!

… moar

FAB001 inbound LOWW

July 3rd, 2013 8 comments

Here is the ATC audio transcript of LOWW APP talking to the Pilot of FAB001, the Bolivian Presidential Plane (Falcon 900EX) of Evo Morales, landing in LOWW (Vienna, Austria) on 2nd July 2013 around 1920Z (UTC), 21:20 CET (local time).

Update: FAB001 departed from UUWW, Vnukovo international airport, not Sheremetyevo (UUEE) international airport.

Source: LiveATC

[02JUL2013 1923Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 Good evening information WISKEY expect ILS runway 16
FAB001: Information WHISKEY ILS rwy 16 FAB001
LOWW APP: Do you need any assistance?

LOWW APP: FAB001 do you need any assistance upon landing?
FAB001: ah not at this moment we need to land because ah we are not… we can not get a correct indication of the fuel indication so as ah a precaution we need to land
LOWW APP: FAB001 roger continue on present heading expect radar vectors for the approach descend flightlevel 90 (similar to “LOWW BALAD 5L transition”)
FAB001: Present heading FL090

[02JUL2013 1925Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 your distance from touchdown is around 60 miles
FAB001: Roger FAB001

[02JUL2013 1927Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 rate of descent 2500 feet per minute or greater
FAB001: climb to 2500ft 001
LOWW APP: Negative. Rate of descent 2500 feet per minute or greater you are cleared FL90
FAB001: 2500 ft/min descent or greater FAB001
[02JUL2013 1929Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 turn left heading 020
FAB001: say again the heading please
LOWW APP: Turn left heading 020

LOWW APP: FAB001 turn left heading 020
FAB001: 020 FAB001

[02JUL2013 1930Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 descend 4000ft QNH 1016
FAB001: 1016 down to 4000ft FAB001

[02JUL2013 1931Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 turn left heading 340
FAB001: 340 left FAB001
[02JUL2013 1933Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 own rate of descent your distance from touchdown is 20 miles
FAB001: 20 miles FAB001

[02JUL2013 1934Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 turn left headin 250
FAB001: left 250 FAB001

LOWW APP: FAB001 descend 3000ft
FAB001: To 3000 FAB001

[02JUL2013 1935Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 left heading 190 cleared ILS 16
FAB001: 190 left cleared to the ILS 16

[02JUL2013 1937Z]
LOWW APP: FAB001 contact tower 123 decimal 8 bye bye
FAB001: 1-2-3-8 thank you, bye bye


moar Cryptoparties!1!!

July 2nd, 2013 No comments

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