Monthly Archives: December 2005

    Pong A Long
  • 26
    Dec

    The user submission of November has been identified, and has been sent a prize.
    Dave S. out of Ithaca College won for the following beaut:

    Tossing Cookies

    Dave will be recieving a sultry santa thong to impress all of his relatives and give them a Christmas celebration to truly remember. Pictures of the winnings are below.
    Xmas Thong Front
    Xmas Thong Back
    All of you pong fanatics ... get your December pictures up. This month is a close race, and is leaning towards those chicks, well leaning over the tables.

    Merry Christmas!

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  • Pong A Long
  • 15
    Dec

    Here at Pong A Long we are total nut jobs about security. You might even say we have insecurities about security. With that in mind we set out to create the most secure, dolphin rectum tight purchasing solution for our products that we possibly could. One so secure and devious that if you could comprehend it, you would be gobbled up by closet monsters that work for us to even guard against comprehension. Rainman took one look at our security systems and ran to K-mart for more underwear....yeah, it's that good. On to the techno babble.

    We spared no expense when it came to the development of our checkout process. An extremely skilled team of professional web commerce programmers locked down our cart to a degree typically reserved for highly sensitive information. Using advanced Hashing algorithms for data encryption and the highest quality SGC-enabled 256 bit* SSL, they have guaranteed that no man nor machine on this planet can possibly break the encoding.

    About Encryption Strengths
    Encryption strength is measured in key length — number of bits in the key. To decipher an SSL communication, one needs to generate the correct decoding key. Mathematically speaking, 2n possible values exist for an n-bit key. Thus, 40-bit encryption involves 2^40 possible values, 128-bit encryption 2^128 combinations, and 256-bit keys involves a staggering 2^256 possible combinations, rendering the encrypted data de facto impervious to intrusion. Even with a brute-force attack (the process of systematically trying all possible combinations until the right one is found) cracking a 256-bit encryption is computationally unfeasible.

    Know You're Secure
    So all this stuff is just dandy to read right? But how do you know for certain that you are protected? Well there are a couple of ways to be sure. First off, many web browsers, such as Internet Explorer and Firefox, display a small padlock on the bottom tool bar when you are secure. Hovering your mouse over this padlock will generally display information about the security. Also, check the address bar. You will see that the website no longer begins with http:// but instead with https:// indicating a secure site. Firefox even turns the whole address strip the color gold so you can identify it easier. Additionally, you can see at the bottom of every shopping cart page a big logo displaying Turbo SSL and the name of our site scrolling across it. Clicking on this icon will test the site to make sure that it is secure and valid, thus you can see for yourself if you choose.

    What about the PayPal option you ask? As soon as you choose to continue paying through PayPal, you enter their encrypted site which is owned and operated by eBay. All of the same rules for seeing if you are secure apply to their site as well, but do you really think the world’s largest online market place wouldn't have some serious protection behind it?

    In Conclusion
    You've now been educated beyond the typical user in e-commerce security. Purchase through Pong A Long with confidence boys and girls, think of our security as your own personal web superhero safeguarding your purchase. If you have any questions or concerns at all, feel free to contact the webmaster at webmaster@pongalong.com

    Security Super Hero
    *Our SSL provides us with the potential for a 256 bit SSL key, although this is dependent upon each user’s security settings. Unless you have specifically set your browser for this extreme level of protection you will most likely obtain a 128 bit key.

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  • Pong A Long
  • 10
    Dec

    Reminder: Please order by Dec. 11th to ensure for Christmas delivery. Anything later then that will be soley in the hands of the delivery man and the number of dog attacks/truckstop hookers he runs into. Please get all orders in ASAP for the holidays!

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  • Pong A Long
  • 09
    Dec

    If this upcoming Bills-Broncos game was an actor it would be Kirstie Alley .... no no no Cameron Manheim .. no Chris Farley ... nooo John Candy ... well you get the point .. it is gonna be big. Freezing cold winds, snow, ice, Jake Plummer ...this will truely test if you are a man or if you are just just Kelly Ripa in a pair of dungarees. More information is coming .. like location updates, prizes and more. Be prepared for this Dec 17th, and check back often for updates. JAKE THE SNAKE!!!!

    What a man!

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  • Pong A Long
  • 04
    Dec

    New at Pong A Long, post your drunken boozed up pics and we will check em out, then pick the cream of the liquored up crop. Each month will have a new winner, or Champion of the User Submissions. This will happen each month and the winner will receive a randomized prize, that will most likely suck a lot. We will then ship you a box, bag or envolope full of whatever we feel like for you to play with and/or throw out. The new winner of the month is posted today! If this is you, please email us at contact@pongalong.com with proof, and the story behind the pic, and we will send you a 100% random prize.

    Pong Picture Uploader

    I wonder if he will be more perkyin in the AM

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