Archive for January, 2011

NX Nomachine a VNC substitute server / client program which is outstandingly fast on slow network connections

Monday, January 17th, 2011

NX Nomachine was recommended by Dave just a month ago, but I forgot to mention about it here on my blog.
NX Nomachine in reality is doing the same thing as a normal VNC server or even a normal XServer / xinit remote connection that enables you to use your remote desktop on either Linux, Windows or Solaris.

The program is not free software and costs money, however for a personal use it’s freely available and can be directly grabbed and installed.

I’ve tested the NX Nomachine and I should say the respondance it demonstrates is really amazingly quick
Even on my slow low band internet it flies and the connection to the remote NX Nomachine Server behaves exactly as it’s running directly on your current host from which you issue the NX no machine client.

Nevertheless the free version of the nx nomachine is really annoying since, with the free version release you can’t use applications which require a superuser privileges. However for console administration sudo is working so at least this is something.

I have installed the NX Nomachine client on Debian thus I’ll describe how to install and start using the NX client on this Linux platform.

To install the nx nomachine client on my Debian Linux, I followed these steps:

1. Download the deb package (Suitable for both Debian and Ubuntu)
The download link for Linux at this time is:
Download NX Nomachine Linux or use the nomachine debian download link
I used wget to download as I’m quite used to it;
debian:~# wget

2. Next and last step before you’re ready to launch nx nomachine is install the client program:

debian:~# dpkg -i nxclient_3.4.0-7_i386.deb

This will have installed the nxclient; To further start the nxclient from your terminal issue:

debian:~# /usr/NX/bin/nxclient

Now if you have a remote nx nomachine server server you can enjoy the quickness of this program, it will be most probably like working on your workstation locally 🙂

The importance of meta tags on web page SEO / Meta tags I use in webpage SEO

Sunday, January 16th, 2011

I’ve been dealing with SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for quite some time and I’ve red a number of articles online about the significant importance of having a good crafted meta tags.

Most of these articles are actually a bit obsolete and many of the modern day articles doesn’t stress too much on meta tags as an important tool throughout the website SEO process.

I’ve even stumbled on an arcticle named Death of Meta tag which was written in 2002 and stands to the point that meta tags are completely irrelevant in the modern day.
It’s true that webmasters who had the knowledge of how much weight on indexing search engine crawler algorithms a meta tags used to play had seriously abused the usage of meta tags in thousands of hundreds of web pages in order to guarantee a better page ranking for some specific websites.

After this was discovered by the major search engines, the bot web crawling algorithms has been changed and the meta tags was reduced for the importance of the end classification of the web page in the search engines.

Anyhow even though the reducement of the significance of the page contents of a proper meta tags, it’s still quite significant to have a well crafted meta tags for your webpage if you really want to optimize your webpage to be friend user friendly.

It’s important information to know that Yahoo bots, Bing / MSN Bots, and Google bots as well as probably many of the other Search engine indexing machines even to this very day are considering the meta tags as one basic factor which will influence the way a webpage is being stored in their index catalogs

Thus it’s good we as Search Engine Specialists, to always be sure our webpages include at least the following meta tag fields:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<meta http-equiv="imagetoolbar" content="no">
<meta name="author" content="your content">
<meta name="copyright" content="copylefted under GPL2">
<meta name="robots" content="all">
<meta name="revisit-after" content="5 days">
<meta name="subject" content="your subject comes here">
<meta name="coverage" content="Worldwide">
<meta name="generator" content="">
<meta name="identifier" content="">
<meta name="keywords" content="your desired keywords which will return
your webpage as results in the search engines ">
<meta name="description" content="Your Website desciption which
will appear after your webpage is found in Google or any other search engine">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="bg">
<meta http-equiv="Country" content="Bulgaria">
<base href="">

This is the standard meta tags I usually put in the <head> head of almost every webpage I develop.
My experience from a SEO stand point with this meta tags is quite satisfying.

As I’ve started talking about SEO, it’s also good to mention that it’s quite a good idea for a webpage Indexing in google to put on the google-site-verification meta tag;

I haven’t specificly tested if and how the google <meta name=”google-site-verification” ..> affects a webpage ranking but I’m almost sure it does helps up for web page optimization with Google, if some webmaster out there has already tested that I’ll be very glad to hear about the impact of this meta tag on a webpage SEO friendliness.

In order to generate the google-site-verification meta tag you will need to use the interface.

I hope my tips will help some webmaster out there to improve his webpage indexing in Search Engines 🙂

Installing newest Nessus Security Scanner on Debian Testing/Unstable (Squeeze/Sid) Linux

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

First it’s necessary to install the nessus and nessusclient debian package using apt-get or aptitude:

debian:~# apt-get install nessus nessusclient

Next you need to edit /opt/nessus/etc/nessus/nessusd.conf and configure it properly.

My working nessusd.conf configuration file can be downloaded from here

In my configuration nessus is configured to listen from connection of the GUI environment on port 1251

To start the nessusd server you need to invoke the init script:

debian:~# /etc/init.d/nessusd start

The nessus graphical client is available via executing of /opt/nessus/bin/NessusClient or using the Gnome / KDE menus to launch it.

Before you start connecting to the nessus server it’s necessary that an authentication user should be issued via the command:

debian:~# /opt/nessus/sbin/nessus-adduser

This program is similar to /usr/sbin/adduser and will ask you a few questions the output of the program will be as follows:

noah:/opt/nessus/bin# /opt/nessus/sbin/nessus-adduser
Login : asdf
Login password :
Login password (again) :
Passwords do not match!
Login password :
Login password (again) :
Do you want this user to be a Nessus 'admin' user ? (can upload plugins, etc...) (y/n) [n]: n
User rules
nessusd has a rules system which allows you to restrict the hosts
that asdf has the right to test. For instance, you may want
him to be able to scan his own host only.

Please see the nessus-adduser manual for the rules syntax

Enter the rules for this user, and enter a BLANK LINE once you are done :
(the user can have an empty rules set)

Login : asdf
Password : ***********
Rules :
Is that ok ? (y/n) [y]

However for some weird reason I cannot establish proper connection with the nessus server in order to start scanning hosts for vulnerabilities.

In the nessus client connection configuraitons I already had included my previously generated servercert.pem and cacert.pem

I used the nessus-mkrand to generate the cervercert.pem and cacert.pem

I’ve tried many thing to login to my just installed nessus server but every attempt with the nessus client returned connection errors to the server like:

The remote host does not seem to be a Nessus server (or an SSL error occured)

I’ve tried a couple of things to deal with the connection problem, for instance I tried to not include the usage of the SSL certificate but it doesn’t helped at all.

I’ve found also some references on the Net which explained the same shitty error being experienced by other people, so I finally decided not to use the nessus client application and instead use the web interface.

I could succesfully acccess the web interface of the nessusd server through in a browser, I personally prefer Opera

It’s a bit shitty that the web interface of nessus uses adobe flash to show up some of the page content, the flash was sometimes crashing my Opera browser which I used as a browser to access the web interface of the nessus server on my Linux.
The usage of nessus across a browser is really not that pleasant experience because of the browser crashes, but still it’s working and browser crashes caused by linux flash player occurs every few scans issued with nessus 🙂

How to change admin (administrator acccount) password in PHPBB Forum

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Here are the simple steps needed to go through to change the administrator account password in phpbb

1. Login to PHPBB with your current administrator password

2. Click on User Control Panel, (UCP)

From User Control Panel click over Profile
UCP -> Profile

3. In Profile you have to go to Edit Account Settings


Profile -> Edit account settings

To synthesize in again just go to:

UCP -> Profile -> Edit Account Settings

You will further see PHPBB’s Change Admin password screen as shown in the picture below:

Change PHPBB admin password screen

Type your new password New password: and Confirm password and Current password fields and press the Submit button and Voila ! 🙂

Revolution OS, a documentary movie about the Free Software Movement and the birth of GNU/Linux

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Some few years I’ve watched the Revolition OSdocumentary movie on the birth and development of Free Software Movement (FSF) and the history of GNU/Linux.
The movie was inspirational for me in the past and I should say leveraged myself in my further development in commitment as a supporter and user of the Free Software by watching this one.

Even thogut hthe Revolutionary OS movie is an old and a popular movie, still i’m quite sure the movie is not seen by many people out there who live in the dark slavery of propritery software :).

Thus I write this article to raise my voice again and re-spread the message of the existence of these great Free Software, Open Source and GNU/Linux documentary!

If you’re among the people hackers, geeks, simple Windows user, a philosopher, an IT or just a simple man and you still haven’t watched revolition OS now is the time to fill in this big movie vacancy.

The movie is already 9 years old from the year 2001, but still is very relevant and gives basic knowledge on GNU is not Unix, GNU/Linux, The Free Software movement, The Birth of the Apache project.
The usage of Linux on the Internet webservers etc. ,etc. What makes the movie even more worthy is the numerous talks of Richard Stallman, who as a friend of mine said “Richard Stallman is probably the Greatest philosopher of our times”

Besides that the movie also includes numerous major people who plays key role in Information Technology in the last 20+ years.
It also gives a bit of history about UNIX and the Linux Kernel.

The notable geeks, programmers, hackers and IT experts name that are interviewer are:

Richard Stallman, Michael Tiemann, Linus Torvalds, Larry Augustin, Eric S. Raymond, Bruce Perens, Frank Hecker and Brian Behlendorf

In that thought I should say this movie is an absolutely must see for every computer enthusiast out there! 🙂

The movie shows also shows a quick review of the old times Redhat Company offices and talks a bit about RedHat Linux who was a major Linux distribution in the back days and actually was the first Linux distribution, that gave me a glimpse on what is Linux.

Therefore I think this movie besides the accurate facts presented has a great computer historical value.
The movie is available for watching directly via youtube, however it is not freely available for download, which is a bit strange considering the fact that it promotes free software culture.

Anyways one can always download the whole movie from major torrent trackers.

If you’re lazy to download the movie from some torrent tracker you can watch Revolition OS movie directly below:

Enjoy! 🙂

TeamViewer a good software to connect and share a graphical environment on Windows and Linux

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

I’ve just been introduced to Teamviewer

Teamviewer allows multiple people to login to the same PC / workstation and share the screen.

This is quite handy especially if you’re a couple of people and you want to have a common lesson or share some screen to watch and comment on something.

I’ve tried teamviewer and shared a Windows desktop with my good friend Dave and we talked simultaneously over skype and it was quite cool I should say! 🙂

TeamViewer actually does for GUI users the same as the gnu screen does for us the IT geeks. Take some time and checkitout with a friend and I’m quite sure you will have some fun 🙂
TeamViewer is available for download via teamviewer’s website

However teamviewer has a bad side as well, it’s not GLDed Free Software.
Anyways for personal use it’s a fine piece of soft 🙂

Codename Linux A Documentary Movie about Linux and the Free Software movement

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Thanks to Dave a Swiss friend of mine, I’ve been introduced a documentary movie about Linux and the Free Software movement.

The movie was produced in 2001, so some things in it are are a bit old already but the main basis talked about is quite interesting and should be interesting to any IT geek and especially a free software hobbyists or people who want to learn something about GNU/Linux and the FSF movement. The movie shows up some old screen captures of Linus Torvalds (the initiator of the Linux kernel), includes some inclusive interviews with his Linus Torvald’s family, some notable people who played key rules to drive further the development of GNU/Linux and the Free Software foundation and the surrounding open source philosophy.

The Code Linux is produced by Hannu Puttoen .

Unfrunately the movie is not freely available for download …
There is a ripped Code Name Linux German version which can be downloaded freely via The Codename GNU Linux’s ripped version website or directly watched on the the website.

Here are the Code Name Linux in 6 parts from youtube :

Some interesthing movies scenes that it talks about GNU/Linux and free software as a way to make profit as well as some major Linux selling companies like Redhat.
The Helsinki university where Linus Torvalds has studied is also shown, also Linus torvalds children and wife are shown on the camera and some scenes include actually Linus performing his routine daily stuff in his house.The 4th part I personally find as one of the most inteesting parts of the Code Name Linux since it contains the great inspirational speaches of Richard Stallman.

Therein he makes very interesting analogy between the folklore and the way free software is being developed 🙂

Very sadly some parts of the movie are in different languages from English so some interviews especially the Finnish ones aren’t comprehensible by us the English interpreters 🙂
Still I think the movie is notable and many movies on free software philosophy and development processes should be created to popularize and introduce how great and big the free software is and how important it is for the future of our world to stay free!

Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas – The Russian Church Service feast in Nijmegen!

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Orthodox Church Nijmegen Holy relics of Patriarch Tikhon of Russian and Moscow and relics from St. Seraphim Sarovski and 3 more other russian saints
It’s 9th and it’s the 3rd day of the Russian and Serbian Christmas as well as Christmas for all those Orthodox Churches and monasteries, who still observe the old orthodox calendar / (star stil)

I’m just coming back from the Orthodox Church service in Nijmegen .
The Church service was great, the Father there Father Sergius is a priest for almost 30 years and is a really gracious and gentle priest!

After the Church service it is common that the Church community gathers together in the kitchen room (a small room in the church), where we had a dinner, tea and coffee together.
I should say the Church community is really tight, mainly constituted of Russians and Ukrainians but there are also quite of Dutch people who by God’s grace found the true church of Christ and thus converted to Orthodox Christians.
It’s really amazing to see a western people with a profound interest and dedication in Orthodoxy and in Eastern Church life! This is definitely a miracle of God!

After the Church service, one of the choire members lady had organized a Russian like Children festival to celebrate Christmas and the Russian New Year.

There was some children games organized for the children. After some of the games in which children had to do some kid games. Snegurochka and Det Moroz had entered the Church as a great delight for the children.

It’s interesting to say that in Bulgaria we also have Snegurochka that we call Snezhanka and Det Moroz which in Bulgarian is Dqdo Mraz

This kind of children feast and a way to complete the 3 days Christmas festival in which we celebrate the unexplainable mystery of our Saviour Jesus’s Christ incarnation had added up to the great joy of the Church service as well as bring back some old memories of my youth where in the Kinder Garden when I was a kid we used to also await and receive the two dear guests, the old man Dqdo Mraz and his assistans Snehznka 🙂

After the children performed some singing dancing and children exercises as well as had some songs and dances together with Det Moroz and Snezhanka it was time for the end part of the feast which is the recital of children rhymes and christmas songs.
Since there were mostly Russian kids there, most of the children performances was in Russian, however there were few Dutch kids so there was some recitals and singing in Dutch and even in English! 🙂

As Det Moroz was very pleased with the great acting of the youngsters he brought in the two sacks packed up with kid presents and after each children performance, he gave a present to the kid.
The kids were completely shining as a result since they were rewarded for their parcipation in the feast and had some photos with Det Moroz and Snezhanka 🙂

After the whole celebrations were over, we the people who left in the Church went in the church kitchen and had a wonderful table full of delicious foods and drinks, some of which were traditional Christmas Russian meals including my favourite’s Russian Salad / Ruska Salata

I had some very nice chats with some of the church members in the mean time and after the great meal together we cleaned up the Church, asked Father Sergii for a blessing and each one of the church brothers and sisters headed back home.

As a matter of fact since I’ve started talking about the Russian Orthodox Church in Nijmegen, maybe it will be nice to mention that the Church Bulding is actually an Byzantine Chapel taken from Roman Catholics, so the Church didn’t really have a classical Orthodox Church architecture, however this is not a problem at all since everything within the Church icons, iconostasis, alter wall , icons etc. are Russian and serbian Orthodox icons.
The alter was also reconstructed in order to be suitable with the Church requirements for an Orthodox Church alter, it’s interesting fact that the man who sells candles and does a lot of the Russian Church minor maintenance is a Bulgarian just like me 🙂

Currently the Orthodox Russian Church in Nijmegen had church services every two weeks (9th January, 23 January, 6th February etc.)

Although I should say that in the Church building the Serbians had their Orthodox Church service every two weeks also, which means that the Serbs has their Orthodox Church services in the same Church in Nijmegen on (16,30 ,13 of January etc.)

Therefore there is an Orthodox Church service every week in Nijmegen by God’s mercy where services alternate with each other, one week is Russian Orthodox Church and one week is the Serbian Orthodox Church.

Hope this info is helpful to somebody!
Again Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas! Cheers!

What is a QR barcode

Saturday, January 8th, 2011

You certainly should have seen images on walls or advertisements like the this:

QR barcode, graphical barcode

These image is not an old school arcade game screenshot as you might think 🙂

In reality it is a graphical barcode which can encode information which later on can be red easily by QR barcode reader, PCs and Mobile phones equipped with a camera device and a piece of specialised software.

Many mobile phones day like the Google’s HTC mobile support the QR barcode reader as an integrated part of the Android operating system.

These fun technology has been invented in 1994 in Toyota, in reality it’s a two dimensional graphical barcode.

The QR is actually an abbreviation of Quick Responce as the objects tagged with this code are really quick and accurate to scan and therefore track.

Today the QR barcodes can actually be seen on many magazines and even newspapers. With the QR technology all kind of information can be encoded.
Thus the QR is used for variety of purposes like encoding URL addresses which can be easily opened with Mobile phones without typing the address in the URL bar.

Nokia’s phone Operating System (Symbian) does also support the QR technology out of the box.
Many of the Blackberry mobile phones nowdays also had integrated support for the QR code reading.
Weirdly enough the IPhones and IPods lack the native support of the QR barcode reader, however this kind of mobiles could be equipped with a third party software which enables the phone to read and decode QR images.

QR is one step further in technology development and it does support encoding even metadata information through which a mobile device can easily be connected to a wireless network.

Thus QR barcodes enables one to link objects in the physical world to hyperlinks on the net the so called hardlinks

This kind of technology gives many opportunities for future development, so I’m quite sure this technology will become essential part of IT world in the short future!

The deployment of QR in marketing nowdays seems to also grow, it’s used on many business cards, billboards or in ads in public transport.
The potential of this interesting technology is really enormous, only future will show how it can improve our daily lives!

What is Schengen (What does it mean for a country to accept & enter the Shengen agreement)

Friday, January 7th, 2011

These days as Bulgaria and Romania are the newest members of the European Union, there is a lot of discussions and talks which talks about the next stage of assimilation of EU of a new country member.

These next stage the entry of Schengen free border zone gives a countries member more rights throughout the free movement of goods and especially the movement of people within the European Union borders.

But is really the full entrance of the European Union is an innocent thing?
Many people nowdays and especially the media, almost always talks positive about the European Union, the European Parliament and of course Schengen.
These of course is a public farse, since people are being diluted to belief that the European Union is a great union with only positive influence on the member countries economy.
Is it really the case? As Schengen is a major thing discussed nowdays in Bulgaria I spend some time in a quick research what in reality is schengen?
Publicly it’s being announced that in order to enter Schengen the member country has to match certain anti-corruption criterias, only then it can enter the Schengen contract agreement.
Yes entering schengen is actually the acceptance of the EU country members’s agreement to share information freely in between.
This includes information about the citizens, information from CCTVthe Collective Circuit Television as well as information between country states police stations.

The way schengen is explained in the news however defers a bit, most of the people know about schengen as something that will let a member country to remove it’s border police and thus give more freedom to the people.

But is that really true? Of course not. The question comes how will then criminals be tracked if there are free borders passing by, like it is currently in 25 of the member countries from 27.

It’s very simple CCTV comes at hand, for those who doesn’t know what is CCTV let me give you a brief explanation. CCTV is a centralized network of cameras for surveilence, throughout Europian Union.
It’s primary goal is to track criminals, bank robberies, anti-social behaviour you name it.
On the upper layer this sounds very tempting, since it will help us find corruption and therefore reduce level of corruption, that’s right and I have to admit from that angle the CCTV is a great tool to strengthen security.

Nevertheless it’s important now to see over CCTV from a bit of other perspective, what if CCTV is used for massive espionage (company, government, people) spy?
What if somebody insane like Hitler one day heads up the peaceful democracy order of the European Parliament?
The control over people and the break in personal life is constantly growing with an excuse of doing good for improving security, that is clear for sure.
As with everything new only the positive sides of technology helping us grow is being presented, the negative consequences are always hidden away as it was from the beginning of civillization I believe.

Now let me go back to the topic what is Schengen?
Apparantly there is a technological side which makes Schengen a success, so what it is is?

Is there a certain EU administrative body which takes advantage of Schengen?
The answer is yes there is and it’s called Europol or European Union Police, remember the famous Interpol? Can you think about some similarity, I believe it’s quite similar as an idea.
This of course in a long term is a scary thing, having a centralized police is quite a dangerous thing especially if it’s ruled by a specific malicious people, let’s say similar to Hitler, Stalin or their governments.

To become a reality Schengen has been made official through two agreements.

1. The first agreement, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at the common borders, was signed in 1985 and was above all a declaration of intent by the five governments.
– The agreement provided for a number of short-term and long-term measures to be taken in order to guarantee free movement across of internal borders.2. The second agreement, the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement, was also signed in the town of Schengen on 19 June 1990 and provided for a number of countervailing measures which were meant to prevent that the abolition of border controls would lead to criminal impunity.

To make this agreements work out an information system was built called:

Schengen Information System or as shortly referred SIS

The Schengen Information System contains alerts of wanted individuals and objects from all participating countries. Using this common database, the countries’ authorities can gain access to alerts from other participating countries, along with information about the action that has to be taken against the wanted individual or object

According to public information the following information about ihnabitants of all 25 member countries is stored in Schengen information system:

* First and last names; middle initial
* Possible objective and permanent physical characteristics
* Date of birth
* Birthplace
* Sex
* Nationality
* Any aliases they may be using
* Whether the person in question was armed and/or violent
* Reason for the alert
* Action to be taken if person encountered
* Lost, stolen, or misappropriated firearms alert
* Lost, stolen, or misappropriated identity documents alert
* Lost, stolen, or misappropriated blank identity documents alert
* Lost, stolen, or misappropriated motor vehicles alert
* Lost, stolen, or misappropriated banknotes alert

As it can be seen from the list, mass profiling of individuals who live in the bborders of the European Union and part of Schengen is at hand.
This according to me is a breach of privacy and thus restricting human’s basic right of freedom behind people’s back.

This of course right now is just a first step that the EU makes as an attempt for a global data mining about the inhabitants of it’s mega-state.

Further on I’ve found out by europol’s website the following information about SIS’s information about individuals storage:

These are the categories of people that can be described in the SIS:

* individuals wanted for extradition;
* third-country nationals declared
* ineligible to enter national territory;
* individuals who have disappeared and who are wanted;
* individuals who are being traced

* as part of legal procedures;
* individuals who must be monitored
* discreetly or controlled specifically by the police.

individuals, the following objects can also be listed in the SIS:

* vehicles to be controlled and to be confiscated;
* firearms;
* identity documents;
* issued or blank travel documents;
* banknotes.

As you can see the list of things stored in the Schengen Information System is really huge, and the possibilities it’s just an entry door to know about people within the European Union under the excuse that it’s all about business’s good.

In the most modern Western Countries, situation is even worsers as I’ve learned from a friend of mine,
the Mobile Phones in Switzerland are being tap lined and recorded as well as semantic analysis of the speech is being applied, by IT equipment

For instance if you use some keynote words like drugs Marijuana , Heroin etc. too often you might be suspected easily that you’re a drug dealer and the police can come and knock on your home’s door quite quickly.

If this was the only appliance of these technology it would be fine, but we never know what the further appliance will be.

It’s interesting to mention here also what is a SIRENE Office .

SIRENE Office‘s explanation I will directly include here from’s website:

The Belgian SIRENE office is part of the federal police directorate of operational police information.The SIRENE office is charged with the input and follow-up of the Belgian alerts which are entered into the SIS. The office also stays in touch 24/7 with the other SIRENE offices in order to exchange information on wanted individuals and objects.

This means that there are a server points where all the data about country inhabitants is stored and transferred to a central location Belgium !

I would like to ask why all the data from Schengen containing all information concerning European Union citizens is being transferred to a central location in Belgium?

What if a hacker hacks into this location and obtains all the information about ALL PEOPLE IN EUROPE from that system and uses it for EVIL purposes?

Information is power in our century and many people especially the people in the highest positions of society knows it very well.

Further on what if the central SIRENE Office local for a member country is being hacked and the data concening a country’s ihnabitans is being stolen by a hacker?
This data can be used for instance to steal money from possible bank accounts, make a fake identities, lie to authorities in many forms, the list is endless …

What is even worser is that currently a SIS2 has been developed to replace the old SIS – Schengen Information System

These new system’s primary goal is to allow more information and different type of objects of information to be integrated with the information from SIS this means even more data mining for EU inhabitants will happen in the future.

These of course is the publicly presented information about Schengen’s information system in reality there could be even more precise ways that aims the SIS system to track people and capitals’s movement.

Therefore having in consideration all of the above information I believe it’s not beneficial for Bulgaria and Romania to enter the Schengen agreement.

Moreover as it’s seen by many countries who have accepted the Euro and exchanged their own country currency the Euro has destabilized the country’s economies and had made the rich countries living standard to lower down.

I hope more people and posts like mine will emerge in an attempt to warn people about the fallacies of integration of tracking of people and capital via information systems.

To close up all this post, I’ll just mention about the rule in mathematics which claims that the more complex one system is the higher the probability for a failure is present.

This comes because of the increased of points of failures.
Today world as we build shows us in practice the consequences of this ruled explained, even the economic crisis which is so-severe for quite a time is caused pratly because of this rule.

We people have build up systems to guarantee honesty, but on individual levels many of us has acted dishonest and found a way to get around the system.

It will be always like that and the curve of sin that humanity commits will be in exponential growth, with the increase of external phisycal rules & regulations and systems we as humans adopt.

The only way to really stop corruption is to stop lying and doing it, individually, then the corruption will be gone and the need for systems to prevent corruption will be obsolete.