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File: 83491877e8f45c1⋯.png (256.21 KB, 450x399, 150:133, TAD.png)

 No.965329[Reply]

Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board.

Please check the rules before you post:

https://www.8ch.net/metatech/rules.html

Looking for hardware or software recommendations? Check out the InstallGentoo Wiki:

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

/tech/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site. We have stickies for that. Keep those kinds of posts in there.

For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky.

For consumer advice, please use the consumer advice sticky located below.

For meta discussion, please go to >>>/metatech/.

For desktop threads, homescreen threads and ricing, please go to >>>/rice/.

For tech support/issues with computers:

https://startpage.com/ or https://ixquick.com (i.e., fucking Google it)

https://stackexchange.com/

http://www.logicalincrements.com/

If you can't find what you're looking for and still need help, post in the tech questions sticky.

Looking to switch over to GNU/Linux? Don't know where to start?

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>>>/agdg/ - Amateur Game Development General

>>>/biz/ - Business and Finance (and cryptocurrencies)

>>>/cyber/ - Cyberpunk & Science Fiction

>>>/emacs/ - GNU Emacs

>>>/sci/ - Science and Mathematics

>>>/electronics/ - Electronics Engineering

>>>/laboratory/ - STEM Discussion and STEM Shitposting

>>>/hacker/ - Hacking and Security

>>>/hamradio/ - Amateur Radio

>>>/lv/ - Libre Video Games

>>>/make/ - Make stuff

>>>/netplus/ - Networks and Plus

>>>/prog/ - Programming

>>>/rice/ - Desktop and Phone Ricing

>>>/t/ - Torrents & Trackers

>>>/templeos/ - The 64-Bit Temple Operating System

>>>/vape/ - Vaporizers

>>>/vir/ - Virtual Reality

>>>/wg/ - Wallpapers General

>>>/robowaifu/ - DIY Robotic Wives

>>>/machinecult/ - Machine Cult

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File: 53eac902e05dd53⋯.png (2.82 KB, 200x200, 1:1, questionmark.png)

 No.733048[Reply]

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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 No.1079376

>>1079206

>You can still easily find ddr3 motherboards

Apparently not, because it seems I'm on a hardware land hell, AMD compatible stuff is already rare enough, not to mention one that can fit 4 ddr3 4GB memory sticks.

For a example, even gathering up all parts for building up my own PC is quite hard with limited and overpriced parts. For the time being I think I'm going to settle with a second hand PSU, core i3 and fitting motherboard, just to scrape by before I can afford building up a whole new rig from scratch.

>>1079220

I didn't overclock anything, though the rig was already a beast on its own, I did use it a lot, powered up for extended periods of time with high demand utilities, so higher temperature could be a problem.

To give a perspective on why I was trying to save here, I've looked up getting a new Ryzen processor and suiting MB (still considering AMD), the couple would cost from 1200 to 1800 local bucks, not even considering replacing the memory sticks, power supply and whatever else needed.

This guy is offering me the used core i3 with MB and psu for 650$, which would definitely be a cheap alternative for the time being while saving most of my other parts, the only thing I'm really afraid is how it will affect on my usual usage (vidya and stuff). He also had a core i7 but that board could fit only 2 sticks, limiting me to 8GB and bit more expensive at 1100$.

So to summarize, not only it could be limiting processor wise, but adapting the system could also be a pain in the ass, the best thing would be to find a proper fix, I still haven't got my hands on a proper PSU (the test one was a 500W one), but the other system failures, such as not detecting harddrive doesn't explain it.




File: 9cd31551fedf586⋯.png (4.65 KB, 200x200, 1:1, dollarsign.png)

 No.733050[Reply]

Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

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 No.1079407

>>1079386

They all have shit security, but apple gives your data to the government, while google both give it to the government and share with it with it's partners. Chinese android phones do that AND give your data to the CCP.

With that being said, depends on what you want on your smartphone. Good camera? "Features"? Good price? It all depends.




File: 0558711e7cabf2f⋯.png (131.23 KB, 370x453, 370:453, sytech-dr.png)

 No.1079430[Reply]

Hackers have breached SyTech, a contractor for FSB, Russia's national intelligence service, from where they stole information about internal projects the company was working on behalf of the agency – including one for deanonymizing Tor traffic.

The breach took place last weekend, on July 13, when a group of hackers going by the name of 0v1ru$ hacked into SyTech's Active Directory server from where they gained access to the company's entire IT network, including a JIRA instance.

Hackers stole 7.5TB of data from the contractor's network, and they defaced the company's website with a "yoba face," an emoji popular with Russian users that stands for "trolling."

Hackers posted screenshots of the company's servers on Twitter and later shared the stolen data with Digital Revolution, another hacking group who last year breached Quantum, another FSB contractor.

FSB's secret projects

Per the different reports in Russian media, the files indicate that SyTech had worked since 2009 on a multitude of projects since 2009 for FSB unit 71330 and for fellow contractor Quantum. Projects include:

Nautilus - a project for collecting data about social media users (such as Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn).

Nautilus-S - a project for deanonymizing Tor traffic with the help of rogue Tor servers.

Reward - a project to covertly penetrate P2P networks, like the one used for torrents.

Mentor - a project to monitor and search email communications on the servers of Russian companies.

Hope - a project to investigate the topology of the Russian internet and how it connects to other countries' network.

Tax-3 - a project for the creation of a closed intranet to store the information of highly-sensitive state figures, judges, and local administration officials, separate from the rest oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1079435

Some projects came to be, were tested

But while most of the projects look to be just research into modern technology – which all intelligence services carry out – there are two that appear to have been tested in the real world.

The first was Nautilus-S, the one for deanonymizing Tor traffic. BBC Russia pointed out that work on Nautilus-S started in 2012. Two years later, in 2014, academics from Karlstad University in Sweden, published a paper detailing the use of hostile Tor exit nodes that were attempting to decrypt Tor traffic.

Researchers identified 25 malicious servers, 18 of which were located in Russia, and running Tor version 0.2.2.37, the same one detailed in the leaked files.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/hackers-breach-fsb-contractor-expose-tor-deanonymization-project/




File: fb00fdc7a3bb65a⋯.png (217.66 KB, 1000x425, 40:17, palemoon.png)

 No.1079432[Reply]

Hackers have breached the archive server of the Pale Moon browser project and tainted older browser versions with malware.

The hack went undetected for more than 18 months, according to a breach notice published today by M.C. Straver, the Pale Moon lead developer.

The Pale Moon "archive server" is used to host older versions of the Pale Moon browser, in case users want to downgrade from the current stable version.

"A malicious party gained access to the at the time Windows-based archive server (archive.palemoon.org) which we've been renting from Frantech/BuyVM, and ran a script to selectively infect all archived Pale Moon .exe files stored on it (installers and portable self-extracting archives) with a variant of Win32/ClipBanker.DY (ESET designation)," Straver said today.

The Pale Moon dev said he learned of the incident yesterday, July 9, and immediately took down the compromised archive server.

Hack took place way back in 2017

"According to the date/time stamps of the infected files, [the hack] happened on 27 December 2017 at around 15:30," Straver said, following a subsequent investigation.

"It is possible that these date/time stamps were forged, but considering the backups taken from the files, it is likely that this is the actual date and time of the breach."

The Pale Moon dev said all Pale Moon 27.6.2 and earlier were infected. Curiously, archived older versions of the Basilisk web browsers were not tainted, despite being hosted on the same server.

Ironically, the Pale Moon project missed a chance to detect the intrusion in May this year, when the original archive server encountered a data corruption issue and went down.

"Unfortunately, after the incident that rendered the server inoperable, the files transferred to the new system were taken from a backup made eaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1079434

It's over palemoon compromised time to move to a new browser, I heard Chrome is pretty good guys




 No.1064555[Reply]

Full remote backdoor available in all Intel and AMD computers since 2003

All your keystrokes, screens, files can be remotely read or modified on demand at any time by MOSSAD, even if your PC is turned off. That includes your encryption password.

Pre-PSP and pre-ME cpu's are not safe. ASF and DASH are previous versions of PSP/ME botnet. ASF --> DASH --> ME/PSP

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alert_Standard_Format

Alert Standard Format (ASF) (also sometimes referred to as Alert Standard Forum, Alerting Specifications Forum, Alert Specification Function, etc.) is a DMTF standard for remote monitoring, management and control of computer systems in both OS-present and OS-absent environments.

https://www.dmtf.org/standards/dash

>DASH provides support for the redirection of KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse) and text consoles, as well as USB and media, and supports the management of software updates, BIOS (Basic Input Output System), batteries, NIC (Network Interface Card), MAC and IP addresses, as well as DNS and DHCP configuration. DASH specifications also address operating system status, opaque data management, and more.

they can access your keyboard, video, mouse over the internet

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desktop_and_mobile_Architecture_for_System_Hardware

Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) is a Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) standard.

>Intel Active Management Technology is a compliant implementation of DASH.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Active_Management_Technology

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 No.1079240

>>1079063

Not really depressing. Just don't buy anymore laptops from stores, buy used laptops from flea markets and garage sales.


 No.1079316

File: 92ce92760a2ccff⋯.jpg (133.92 KB, 654x435, 218:145, tvQNX-pterm-photon.jpg)

>>1079235

You can run FreeDOS and play mid 90's and earlier games on it. Otherwise you can run old stuff like OS/2, Win95/98/NT. Probably also oddball stuff like NeXTSTEP and QNX, if you can find them.

It probably wouldn't be able to run any modern *nix very well unless you're just doing very basic CLI stuff. But there even my A20 SoC (dual core Cortex-A7) is rather slow to start up youtube-dl, and it's more equivalent to an Intel Atom than the old Pentium. I had a p120 with 32 MB RAM that ran Linux 1.2.x really well, but that was 20+ years ago.


 No.1079329

>>1079316

Interesting. This image's background causes flicker on my screen


 No.1079368

File: f21bedb008b0931⋯.gif (5.18 KB, 500x500, 1:1, test2.gif)

>>1079329

modern monitors cant handle such things


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File: c652221ae6ccf7c⋯.gif (1.39 KB, 289x109, 289:109, logo.gif)

 No.992623[Reply]

>ctrl+f

>no tox thread

Get in here, fags, let's have a Tox thread.

Looking for Rudolph edition

>favorite client?

>is irungentoo ded?

>will file transfer ever just werk?

Let's share our Tox IDs too. I'll start:

8FC4694583756BEC3F9DCBED5CEF21AD47D5B4A19D6C2974D68FC33AAB056509E24B62449BF0

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 No.1077897

>>1077892

shit I got pwned by cia chad cock


 No.1077898

>>1077897

How many times have you been spun?


 No.1079322

I have been seeking torchat contacts for a while. Torchat is a project which uses the Tor network itself to create IM sessions. I have been wanting to try it out for a long while but have found no other contacts to try it with. I don't know if it is good or not simply due to not having contacts. Can this also be a Torchat thread?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TorChat

My torchat ID is apparently x5bdg3cmiv7qcvko


 No.1079428

File: 0e13717a1a7ea98⋯.mp4 (10.64 MB, 510x360, 17:12, Keep_Talking_-_Pink_Floyd-….mp4)

We must keep talking. We must reach out and find anyone we can to engage in a proper discourse. Else, what is the point? To have no communication whatsoever is against the way of life. Do you really wish to be a lurking digital moron who lives the life of a Metropolitan Hermit? Seek out! Find new people! And above all else: keep talking.


 No.1079431

>>1079428

fuck off normalfag. i dont want to talk with the boring attention whores that use this kind of services. im sure that they either say nothing or talk about the same retarded shit that i can already see on irc.




File: 026050d85d2631d⋯.png (1.57 MB, 1349x3064, 1349:3064, F-Droid bans Gab for being….png)

 No.1078596[Reply]

The free and open-source software (FOSS) Android repository F-Droid has issued a statement saying that it won’t distribute any apps that promote free speech social network Gab because it’s a “free speech zone” that will “tolerate all opinions.” The decision comes after other apps and websites in the Fediverse, a decentralized collection of blogging and social networking projects, have attempted to censor Gab and goes against the very nature of FOSS.

F-Droid posted a statement about its decision to block Gab apps titled “Public Statement on Neutrality of Free Software” which ironically explains why F-Droid is going against its longstanding principle of staying neutral. The statement also strangely never mentions Gab by name, even though the entire statement is clearly about Gab, and instead refers to it as “a website.”

The statement starts by positioning Gab’s commitment to free speech and diverse opinions as a bad thing:

“To recap the situation: a website joined the fediverse only half a month ago that is well known to be a “free speech zone”, meaning it claims to tolerate all opinions. While in theory this might seem to be a good concept, it has serious consequences: things like racism, sexism, verbal abuse, violent nationalist propaganda, discrimination against gender and sexual minorities, antisemitism and a lot more things become popular on such instances.”

Further on in the statement, F-Droid says that as its ninth birthday approaches, it will be abandoning its history of staying neutral in order to censor Gab:

“F-Droid as a project soon celebrates its 9th birthday. In these 9 years, F-Droid’s mission was and is to create a place where people could download software they can trust – meaning only free, libre and open source software is available on its flagship repository. As a project, it tried to stay neutral all the time. But sometimes, staying neutral isn’t an option but instead will lead to the uprise of previously mentioned oppression and harassment against marginalized groups. We don’t want and won’t support that. F-Droid is taking a political stance here. F-Droid won’t tolerate oppression or harassment against marginalized groups. Because of this, it won’t package nor distribute appPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1079401

>>1079331

that's not the point


 No.1079406

>>1079337

This is a bait post, right? Right guys?


 No.1079425


 No.1079426

>>1079337

go back to the feditrash tranny


 No.1079427

>>1079108

>the ice cream truck not selling strawberry is "limiting my freedoms"




File: 48f919827883c27⋯.jpg (100.94 KB, 1024x732, 256:183, HERO-ALT-TRANS_1024x1024.jpg)

 No.1072630[Reply]

Raspberry Pi 4 has been announced. It looks like it's using VC5 because there's actually 1GB 2GB and 4GB versions.

ARM Cortex-A72 @1.5GHz, Wifi, Bluetooth, GbE, and USB3, as well as 2 micro HDMI ports.

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 No.1079370

I have a cubox (i.MX6 quadcore with 2 GB of RAM, Cortex A9) it's slightly faster than the A20 and it has double the cores, which really helps with compiling in gentoo. I've tried tons of SoCs for light Desktop use (means no shit like gnome bloat; classical X11 with fluxbox and a few lightweight apps, no browsing, gentoo) because I always liked that small-computer, low power, fanless concept. Running blobless is a plus. I tried everything from Allwinner to Rockchip to Pi, even the SoCs considered "well supported" were all kinds of garbage when it came how well their hardware (hrng, crypto, gpu, vpu, stuff like i2s etc.) was actually supported. Pi is a blob nightmare and sometimes they also do have issues that won't be resolved for months and get buried in tons of shilling. The only one that was kinda ok was the A20 and only on the right boards and only if you didn't need graphics. (Lima and Panfrost are eternally on the level of nouveau but somehow less useful, forget about them)

I finally came across the i.MX6 in form of a used cubox on ebay and that's the only ARM system that really deserves the title "free and well supported". It has proper GPU drivers and proper accelerated X11 for them, the SoCs features like crypto, 2D engine etc. are all properly supported by mainline without any weird out-of-tree patching and on top of that, you don't need a single blob to run it, only for video encoding and encoding which is very painless to get running. Downside is that the CPUs are Cortex A9, which is susceptible to spectre. Doesn't matter to me because I don't run code on it I don't trust. It also has that slight speed edge the A20 misses for me to be truly useful, while consuming about the same power of a cubietruck.

Biggest downside is the price because of how expensive the SoC is. Look if you can get one used for cheap if you're interested. It's not worth what it's usually offered for.


 No.1079379

is there really anything preventing me from unlocking those mediatek bootloaders with dd? i did this once on a non mediatek device because someone had a image of the loader in a unlocked state and i had root on the device and it worked.


 No.1079422

>>1072981

>incandescents burn out >60x faster than LEDs

I had that preLED spiral 16W light bulb in my table light for many-many years, then it finally died, dad being cheap bought two noname chinashit LEDs, and they already died in like 4 months without much use :(


 No.1079423

>>1073006

People want small size, if you are lucky to buy a cheap old notebook, it is still quite big to tape it to TV, also noise.


 No.1079424

>>1079422

leds can last forever too. like a status led.. i have never seen those die on any device even though they are always on for many years




File: dc9b170c4cf3b7f⋯.png (719.33 KB, 1019x617, 1019:617, screenshot_26.png)

 No.1079216[Reply]

How would you implement this, and have the fastest speed possible? I tried this for learning a bit of Rust, but even using a Sieve of Eratosthenes algorithm it takes forever to fetch all the primes. Maybe it's not necessary to fetch all the primes, idk I'm not a mathematician. Wondering how /tech/ would do at this.

>The prime factors of 13195 are 5, 7, 13 and 29.

>What is the largest prime factor of the number 600851475143 ?

https://projecteuler.net/problem=3

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 No.1079396

>>1079392

>cringe

Go back to reddit.

>just link to wikipedia

I hate you pajeets so fucking much.

>>1079389

Makes sense, thanks.


 No.1079399

>>1079398

You are the reason this board sucks.


 No.1079402

>>1079400

Why are you commenting in this thread when you clearly have nothing worthwhile to contribute? Just because you can post here, doesn't mean you should use it as an excuse to brandish your low IQ.


 No.1079408

>>1079389

Don't waste your time effort posting here, /tech/ is a board full of dim ingrates who in all likelihood are probably not even white, or represent the worst of our race at best. For every intelligent poster, there are about 20 who struggle to even install OpenBSD

See:

>>1079254

>>1079281

>>1079392


 No.1079421

>>1079408

>probably not even white,

monthly reminder: whites built an internet in which you can't tell who's white

non-whites funded an internet in which you know not only that, but also how many times people fart in their sleep




File: 16894799d1a6589⋯.jpg (638.76 KB, 640x480, 4:3, peppers.jpg)

 No.1079115[Reply]

Making something useful edition. Let's talk about our troubles and successes.

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 No.1079413

>>1079411

>incoherent rambling

>frothing at the mouth


 No.1079414

File: 3cd5993a405cad6⋯.png (64.89 KB, 677x618, 677:618, text gaem.png)

>>1079115

i made a text adventure builder


 No.1079418

>>1079374

fun game, but getting all your IO in your game logic? Even if you do that with level 99 type bullshit, what's the point? It's just stylized imperative code. Contrast

:- module snakes.
:- interface.
:- import_module array.

:- type square
---> ladder(int, string)
; snake(int, string).
:- type game == array(int).
:- type roll_result
---> victory
; overshot(int) % gotta roll int to win
; moved_to(int)
; trap(int, square). % int: square you hit

% init(PlayerCount) = Game
:- func init(int::in) = (game::array_uo) is det.

% play(Who, NextPlayer, Roll, Result, !G)
:- pred play(int, int, int, roll_result, game, game).
:- mode play(in, out, in, out, array_di, array_uo) is det.

:- implementation.
:- import_module int.

:- func board_size = int.
board_size = 100.

init(Players) = array.init(Players, 0).

play(Who, Next, Roll, Result, !P) :-
Next = (Who + 1) rem size(!.P),
lookup(!.P, Who, Position),
(
Roll + Position = board_size
->
Result = victory
;
Roll + Position >= board_size
->
Result = overshot(Roll + Position - board_size)
;
board(Roll + Position, Square)
->
Result = trap(Roll + Position, Square),
(Square = ladder(To, _); Square = snake(To, _)),
set(Who, To, !P)
;
Result = moved_to(Roll + Position),
set(Who, Roll + Position, !P)
).

:- pred board(int::in, square::out) is semidet.
board(1, ladder(38, "Bravery")).
board(4, ladder(14, "Strength")).
board(9, ladder(31, "Discipline")).
board(16, snake(6, "Dishonesty")).
board(21, ladder(42, "Determination")).
board(28, ladder(84, "Faith")).
board(36, ladder(44, "
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 No.1079419

>>1079418

and the interactive game:

:- module playsnakes.
:- interface.
:- import_module io.
:- pred main(io::di, io::uo) is det.
:- implementation.
:- import_module list, string, exception, int, array.
:- use_module snakes.

main(!IO) :-
io.command_line_arguments(Args, !IO),
(
Args = [NStr],
to_int(NStr, N),
N > 0
->
io.format("Welcome to Snakes and Ladders, with %d players.\n",
[i(N)], !IO),
game(0, snakes.init(N), !IO)
;
io.progname_base("playsnakes", Program, !IO),
io.format(io.stderr_stream, "usage: %s <#players>\n", [s(Program)], !IO),
io.set_exit_status(1, !IO)
).

:- pred game(int::in, snakes.game::array_di, io::di, io::uo) is det.
game(Player, !.G, !IO) :-
Prompt = format("\nPlayer %d's turn. What is the roll? ", [i(Player)]),
prompt(Prompt, Roll, !IO),
snakes.play(Player, Next, Roll, Result, !G),
(
Result = snakes.victory,
io.format("Player %d has won!\n", [i(Player)], !IO)
;
Result = snakes.overshot(N),
io.format("ouch. That's too high. You'll win on a %d roll.\n",
[i(N)], !IO),
game(Next, !.G, !IO)
;
Result = snakes.moved_to(N),
io.format("Player %d moves to square %d\n", [i(Player), i(N)], !IO),
game(Next, !.G, !IO)
;
Result = snakes.trap(N1, snakes.snake(N2, Name)),
io.format("Player %d moves to %d--and then is swallowed by the snake of ""%s""!\n",
[i(Player), i(N1), s(Name)], !IO),
io.format("The snake shits Player %d out onto square %d\n",
[i(Player), i(N2)], !IO),
game(Next, !.G, !IO)
;
Result = snakes.trap(N1, snakes.ladder(N2, Name)),
io.format("Player %d moves to square %d, and climbs the ladder of ""%s"" to square %d.\n",
[i(Player), i(N1), s(Nam
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 No.1079420

>>1079418

minor bug:

$ ./playsnakes 2
Welcome to Snakes and Ladders, with 2 players.

Player 0's turn. What is the roll? 88
Player 0 moves to square 88, and climbs the ladder of "Dedication" to square 100.

Player 1's turn. What is the roll? 1
Player 1 moves to square 1, and climbs the ladder of "Bravery" to square 38.

Player 0's turn. What is the roll? 1
ouch. That's too high. You'll win on a 1 roll.




File: 8bcc32ca73fddac⋯.webm (7.28 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Pampers_release_new_smart….webm)

 No.1079288[Reply]

This is wrong. This disgusts me. It should disgust you too. They're adding the recently born to Panopticon. Kill all normies! Fuck the ZOG! Educate the masses! Go into stores to steal and destroy their stock of this! Petition your elected leaders!

PREVENT THIS ILLEGALITY AND IMORALITY TODAY

IF NOT YOU, THEN WHO?

IF NOT NOW, THEN WHEN?

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 No.1079403

>>1079372

But you already have that data from sales. This is just a gimmick to squeeze even more shekels from the goyim. Want that baby monitor? Our SaaS is just $15/month, you want the best for your baby goyim. Subscribe now or your baby will get an ass infection.


 No.1079405

>>1079403

If they already have the data, then how does collecting it twice help them make more money?


 No.1079409

>>1079405

It's not the same data. There is sales data and there is baby shit frequency data. They might for example sell this to baby food companies that would then see if adding different additives makes babies shit more, how liquid is their shit, how often do they piss, etc..


 No.1079415

>>1079292

>Cyberpunk 2019

It's really disappointing that the cyberpunk future is not ruled by corporations with cool names like Wayland Yutani or Tyrell, instead it's ruled by corporations names Pampers, Disney or Facebook.


 No.1079416

>>1079288

Don't tell me what to think and do, cunt.




File: 26a7205ccb42398⋯.png (28.24 KB, 810x456, 135:76, 531461-nordvpn-for-linux.png)

 No.1071793[Reply]

With the absurd amount of shilling that this gets from (((influencers))) I can't help to believe that NordVPN is some kind of honeypot and/or botnet. There is no way that they can be shilling to so many influencers and have so many organic "how do I use this service" posts on the net.

I am surprised cianigger is not posting regular threads on this subject stressing people to use obviously untrustworthy software.

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 No.1079175

>>1072683

How are you enjoying Cyber Ghost?


 No.1079385

File: f246230ffe60918⋯.jpeg (63.21 KB, 948x1118, 474:559, thinking.jpeg)

>>1079089

tor has bad reputation on chans, especially on /v/. Where you scream about banning vpn shills, someone on the other side of the board screams about banning all torfags.

It will always be a problem because people abuse their freedom.

There's three evils you have to survive against:

1. Having 8chan banned in your country (in italy, russia, china or new zealand)

2. Local board anti-tor shilling

3. VPN actually spying on you more than barebacking the board

The solution is not for lazy people, and its chained anonymous/elite proxies from free proxy lists. Or even unchained if you're aren't doing any criminal activity, like if you're from /b2/ or /pol/ extremist boards because you're persecuted for a reason.

Both tor and vpn are overkill to just talk on 8chan.


 No.1079393

>>1079385

why cant people just be nice.. the internet would be so much better if no one abused things just because they can. the abusing niggers are the reason why things like cloudflare and captchas are so popular.


 No.1079412

File: 90c92a7e7eda848⋯.jpg (6.18 MB, 4224x5632, 3:4, 1563622401096.jpg)

>>1079385

Many VPN companies are so shady. That personally I woudln't recommend using VPN. Because your ISP is much more reliable. It's very tightly regulated business, but off-shore VPN companies aren't. Sure, without VPN it's not good idea to do something criminal, but it's not a good idea with VPN either.

So why bother with VPN? I think that VPN stuff is mostly bullshit.

https://gist.github.com/joepie91/5a9909939e6ce7d09e29


 No.1079417

>>1079412

better assume that the vpn provider knows exactly who you are and what you are doing and that they might sell that information if you didnt pay with cryptos or mailed cash.. many dont even have such options. the average tard pays this with their credit card or maybe paypal so its a huge opportunity for dataminers.. would be retarded to not do it since its so easy.




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 No.1048332[Reply]

Migrating from Ubuntu/ Debian Mate to OpenBSD, CalmWindowManager. A blog.

>be me

>a hwite cis male w/ penis intact

>hate the b l o a t of Linux, especially ubuntu, especially gnome

>even gnome 2 (mate), your old standby, seems bloated

>don't want to deal with gentoo suit

>hate the fragmentation

>hate the gpl

>hate the CoCk

>plan9 is literally retarded

>9front is 3edgy5me

>haiku is a forever early beta

>windows

<absolutely proprietary

>give openBSD a download

>install it on my core2duo machine

>connect to wifi with a config file

>thisactuallyisntasbadasitsounds.jpg

>start x with xenodm

>all of cwm's configs in one file

>so simple

>so well documented

>man [ ] pages make sense

>tmux just as good if not better than gnuScreen

>the install was a walk in the park

>easier than debian minimal tbqh

>forced me to learn vi instead of nano

>honestly it's much better

I took the BSD pill. Will you? Or will you keep taking Linus's CoCk and letting Stallman tell you what freedom "really is"???

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 No.1078140

also found a good blog for beginners, whom might pick up a few commands from.

https://www.c0ffee.net/blog/openbsd-on-a-laptop/#networking


 No.1078749

File: 84750b7fb1e2524⋯.jpg (1.2 MB, 1200x1697, 1200:1697, cc3c057618879.560aea2675a7….jpg)

>>1066105

IBM = new world order

Same with Google + Google X. say hello, they are reading this right now

Machine Learning Fairness (DO NOT RESEARCH)

Deep state cabal trying to take a stronghold over technology as technology == power.

'Newspeak' IRL is technology without Open Source thus they attacked FOSS communities with CoC and other tantrums and even done open source stunts to extinguish them later with the CoCk army.

Open Hardware is our next step and this is something for sure will be a success.

Bitcoin was the first rock tossed over the cabal and it crashed their plans. Thank the Nobody. Now these cabals're adopting the concept of cryptocurrency but proprietary but fail to do so and it's laughable.

Centralized IoT is New world order's wetdream and they hate OpenWRT. They want your homes wiretapped with voice recording and even cameras or routers with a bugged firmware to track what you browse.

Centralization ensures a cryptic Order.

Independent decentralized solutions are what they exactly hate, they want your device overflowing with 100+ telemetry and spying services. Chaos, unity, transparency are the keys, also chaotic attractors are beautiful.

I'll stick with Open-prefix/Public Domain/GNU/RYF/FOSS/FLOSS/FOSH/FLOSH/OSH and every incompetent and NWO CoCk drones can slowly die in human condition without our intervention. Their karma is ignorance and serving them. Reminder: Ignorance is power to the cabals.

You know something is BASED when it's being targeted.

GNU/Linux which by now might be a half-success infiltrated, they fucked up Tor devs and replaced with drones and niggers, they fucked up Pale moon browser but it is now recovering (read about:palemoon cryptic message), they arrested Assange and discredited the leaks but in the end everyone will be Awakened.

Also, Nobody will save you.


 No.1078766

>>1078749

its always phoneposters who dumb this garbage on the board


 No.1078860

>>1078766

I think it's these people that had these weird websites on geocities, remember? The ones with badly compressed screenshots of newscasts that interpreted image compression as confirmation for hebrew illuminati jew lizard shapeshifters and then went on multi-page triades about the NWO and fema deathcamps and god knows what else. Seems they eventually got a smartphone as a hand-me-down from some family member (or found one on the side of the road in whatever hick-town they live in) and post here now, the writing style is exactly the same. It really is ridiculous and shits up every thread. Can we implement some captcha that filters the boomers out?


 No.1079388

File: 823ee7871d2dc00⋯.jpg (173.82 KB, 640x480, 4:3, netbsd-jornada.jpg)

>>1076066

> I think it uses the wpa_supplicant

Ya

>https://wiki.netbsd.org/tutorials/how_to_use_wpa_supplicant/

>https://www.netbsd.org/docs/

NetBSD does stuff the most generic bsd/unix way possible. If you knew how to use BSD386 in the 1990's then you know how use NetBSD 8.x.




 No.1037852[Reply]

ITT: Share projects and scripts created by you/anons

1. Hydrus Project (*booru taggins system with IPFS)

>>>/hydrus/

github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus

2. Guacman Chatbot (a TayAI replacement)

>>>/machinecult/

(source code in some file sharing site instead of github)

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 No.1079352

Who here has ideas on new projects?


 No.1079356

>>1079354

So difference between this and >>1036749 ?


 No.1079359

>>1079356

Nanochan is centralized and can go down at any moment, plus my point is everybody should have access to anything, and mods should only be able to hide content, not outright make it disappear, and clients should be able to decide what kinda content they want to receive and host. In fact, the original Nanochan owner handed over the private keys to the first guy who showed up because of a random emotional outburst.

My idea is to make something similar to Freenode except with more interactivity and running over Tor.

To any anons wondering why I deleted my post, is that I realized I posted from the clearnet browser, but who cares, I might as well do. The .onion 8chan server has been down since yesterday and it fucking sucks anyway. I might not have to worry anymore about it if I put together something myself.


 No.1079362

Idea for a project: Make these two formats work with browsers

https://github.com/cloudinary/fuif

https://github.com/google/pik

Both of these are made to be generatio-lossless with JPEG images


 No.1079373

Okay who made this? It's entirely server-side rendered and in JS

https://fatpeople.lol/index.html




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