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QTDDTOT Anonymous 05/26/2019 (Sun) 04:36:45 [Preview] No. 13329
Mod please sticky this. Eat fifty dicks

I have Tor Browser which runs its own Tor instance. I also have Tor explicitly installed on my Linux system. Should I start up and run the Tor service in addition to using the Tor Browser, even though I technically don't need to? Is this more secure and robust and, if so, why?
Edited last time by _ on 08/05/2019 (Mon) 18:21:34.


Anonymous 05/26/2019 (Sun) 16:18:22 [Preview] No.13330 del
More secure? No, you're just wasting cycles.
More robust? Well....


Anonymous 05/26/2019 (Sun) 19:58:44 [Preview] No.13331 del
Off the top of my head.

If you own and manage your own system it probably doesn't matter.

If you're not providing a service (onion site or exit node, etc.) you don't need the Tor service.

You may not want to broadcast the fact you are using Tor in all situations, so the connect only on-demand aspect of the user based browser may be preferred. The system service could be set up for on-demand as well though.

I suppose a case could be made that a system daemon is more secure from a local user based compromise, but that gets into paranoia levels of detail. I'll just say that's an aspect better explored by someone else.


Anonymous 05/26/2019 (Sun) 20:08:34 [Preview] No.13333 del
in the tor browser bundle there is an executable file called tor which is a stable build of the tor daemon. In the case of using the tor browser you do not need to run a separate tor instance.


Anonymous 05/27/2019 (Mon) 04:32:23 [Preview] No.13334 del
But what about using Tor with Zeronet? I think it needs to be configured in such a way that it requires the Tor service to be running as a separate instance. I don't think simply accessing zites through the Tor browser is enough in that particular case, but I'm not sure.


Anonymous 05/27/2019 (Mon) 06:42:06 [Preview] No.13335 del
>>13334
>>13334
I am not that familiar with zeronet. It uses a port with 127.0.0.1 like tor so you might be right. However I have noticed if you load a zeronet page regular it loads the same speed as if you run it over tor which could mean it is not binded to torsocks or whatever. Or it could be how zeronet distributes content in chunks instead of flow based on speed of connection. I am not sure. I know that you can run i2pd over tor if you use a proxy in between with proxychains. But you can't use i2pd with torsocks directly. So you might have to research more right off the bat i think zeronet and its based on fucking javascritpt which explains the speed because its just bypassing tor with whatever internal java components make it work. That is my theory its probably way off.


Anonymous 06/01/2019 (Sat) 08:05:58 [Preview] No.13338 del
Which chan has the most active /tech/ board? This board is slow as fuck, even though I like the site, overall.


Anonymous 06/10/2019 (Mon) 19:41:50 [Preview] No.13341 del


Anonymous 08/05/2019 (Mon) 20:23:03 [Preview] No.13386 del
>>13335
Trying to run zeronet over tor browser just gives me a black page. It will load the background of the website fine, but everything else fails to load.


Anonymous 08/06/2019 (Tue) 06:33:36 [Preview] No.13387 del
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Reminder that Zeronet is a botnet. Bitboard is a decentralized anonymous imageboard built on top of Bitmessage's decentralized mailing lists. Bitmessage is a decentralized P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers.

First download bitmessage https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage and install it. The first time you run it it'll ask you to start it in offline mode you can can enable a tor proxy. If you use it through tor it will take a while to find other nodes but after that it'll be the same speed. Then go the to "Chans" tab and click "Add Chan". For the passphrase/name type /tech/ and leave the "Chan address" space blank. Chans work by using a deterministic shared encryption key so anyone who knows the chan name can view and post in it.

Than download bitboard https://github.com/michrob/bitboard and install it. I'm using Arch so instead of using
python2 -m pip
like the instructions say I had to install and use
python2-pip
. Remember to enable the Bitmessage API as mentioned in the intrusions. You can add multiple Chans and they will show up on the top of bitboard. The default post lifespan is 4 days (I think?) and can be changed in Bitmessage by changing the TTL slider on the bottom of the "Send" tab. It will complete a short PoW for each post and the longer you set and/or the larger the post, the more PoW is required.


Anonymous 08/06/2019 (Tue) 12:46:56 [Preview] No.13388 del
>>13387
Are you associated with the bitboard project? Because you're really coming off as a shill. But if you do have some CVEs or exploits for ZeroNet, then post them. You have to back up your allegations with some real proof, and not just conjecture.


Anonymous 08/06/2019 (Tue) 19:15:51 [Preview] No.13390 del
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>>13388
Can you refute pic related? Also Zeronet pages can use javascript which opens users to multiple classes of vulnerabilities since navigating to another page could mean running unchecked code. bitboard doesn't use javascript and runs on top of Bitmessage which arguably has better security then Zeronet because you're exposing much less surface area and is a simpler design. Bitmessage has a well documented spec and third party implementations. Zeronet only has the main implementation and is more complex to make third party implementations. I'm not shilling, I just have concerns over Zeronet and think bitboard makes a better decentralized imageboard.


Anonymous 08/06/2019 (Tue) 22:33:22 [Preview] No.13391 del
>>13390
That screencap doesn't provide any any good details, so it's impossible to tell what happened on his computer. But the requirement for Javascript is troubling. I checked their github, and yeah it does seem like they force you to use the JS. Found this in src/Ui/template/wrapper.html
> <div class="unsupported" id="unsupported">
> <script nonce="{script_nonce}">document.getElementById('unsupported').style.display = "none"</script>
> <h3>ZeroNet requires JavaScript support.</h3>If you use NoScript/Tor browser: Click on toolbar icon with the notification and choose "Temp. TRUSTED" for 127.0.0.1.
> </div>


Anonymous 08/07/2019 (Wed) 03:42:45 [Preview] No.13396 del
>>13390
Multiple points:
1. That was referring to zerochan, which is an older imageboard.
2. The problem wasn't with Zerochan, but more with ZeroID, which is a separate service multiple sites use to identify users. That's why you could track them across multiple sites.
With the newer imageboard I don't think it's possible to track others across other sites, but it's still possible to track people on millchan. At least according to this: https://gitgud.io/millchan/Millchan/issues/4
If you are able to use a ZeroID on millchan software, you will be able to be tracked across any other site that uses it.
3. That's not doxing since you're not revealing personal information about someone. If you do post your personal information (which you really shouldn't) then yes you can dox them, but what he was describing is more akin to having the same username across websites.
4. If it were truly anonymous you wouldn't be able to self-moderate, which is the concept millchan operates on. If someone is dumb enough to post cp, you can make sure to blacklist them, which will delete anything they've posted from the site on your machine and prevent you from downloading anything else they post. To put it simply, "psuedoanonymity is a feature, not a bug".

I've seen that pic posted a lot. Someone needs to create an edit explaining it's flaws. You are however right about the javascript part, since zeronet is designed for dynamic content. I think they're trying to sandbox it, but that's difficult and can be easily fucked up (in fact I think they have).


Anonymous 08/07/2019 (Wed) 21:40:25 [Preview] No.13397 del
>>13338
lainchan, arisuchan, wirechan


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 07:31:46 [Preview] No.13399 del
tbb is independent of tor


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 21:55:45 [Preview] No.13401 del
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Well I tried 08chan today, and it's just too slow for my computer (A20 SBC running NetBSD). Getting the actual ZeroNet running on Tor wasn't so hard. But the problem is their web interface requires a very recent browser, and neither firefox45 or 52 (the only choices in the evbarm pkgsrc) worked right. 45 gives a blank page, and 52 has tons of errors and the tab crashes constantly. I ended up trying seamonkey, as last resort. That one actually worked a little, at least at first. But it was incredibly slow, and eventually the interface started misbehaving. Like for example, clicking on reply textbox didn't focus it. Clicking on links to open a thread or other board had no effect.
So I basically gave up on it, but left the ZeroNet running in the background to seed some of their threads. But I won't be able to use it like this. I've also got a faster ARM board with A64 SoC, so I'll probably try to connect with that one. It's running armbian and has more recent version of firefox. No tor-browser package there though, but it doesn't matter since I proxied ZeroNet directly into localhost:9050, where tor daemon is listening.
If that's still too slow, then I'll have to give up entirely, because I've moved away from x86 hardware, and I haven't a budget for Talos computer.


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 22:06:28 [Preview] No.13402 del
>>13401
whatever the os, make sure the builds are actually making use of features supported by the hw (fpu/vector units, crypto acceleration, etc.)
i hear that zeronet makes significant use of javashit, current browsers are going to be unusable if they can't jit efficiently and many distros are tuned for "compatibility" instead of performace


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 22:23:10 [Preview] No.13403 del
How do I into Gentoo??
I've tried to install in before but kept running into problems and ultimately failed to complete the install.
I'm trying to install it on a 686 computer and the wiki install guide is kind of shit/outdated.
Are there any resources I can use to learn just what I need to do/use? Tutorials or a "course" explaining the ins and outs is appreciated.


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 22:59:27 [Preview] No.13404 del
>>13403
No, sorry. Gentoo has certain hardware requirements which I'm afraid you don't meet, IQ in particular.
However, don't fret. If as it is likely what you are actually interested in is jabbing about installing $foo you can always try halfchannel/g/. I'm sure you'll find a general just for you. Good bye.


Anonymous 08/08/2019 (Thu) 23:47:07 [Preview] No.13405 del
My GPU is dying. It's at 87.0°C now doing nothing in a meme window manager. I'm getting graphical glitches too.
Someone please tell me I don't have to waste money on fucking useless gpu just so I can browse the internet. Thanks in advance.


Anonymous 08/09/2019 (Fri) 00:13:57 [Preview] No.13406 del
>>13403
Wasn't there a newbie-friendly version made by imageboard people?
I think it was called Clover.
https://cloveros.ga/

For Gentoo in general the workflow is
handbook/manual -> wiki -> forums -> forums of other distros -> upstream bug trackers
You actually have to read though and not just skim otherwise it won't work. Also getting comfortable with dtrace is recommended. The effort is well worth. The stability of Gentoo leads to a certain peace of mind which is unknown to the distro-hopper.


Anonymous 08/09/2019 (Fri) 02:14:12 [Preview] No.13407 del
>>13404
But Anon, 4cuck is full of nigger faggots :( am high IQ, I swear!

>>13406
Thanks fren, I've heard of cloverOS before but I figured it was a spin off of ubuntu. Along with some nay sayers talking about some negative aspects or how it's this or that. So I just opted to do the 13370 barebones install without really knowing the first thing about it. I managed to get pretty far with the original manual install, but it was beyond my scope of experience/knowledge.
Hopefully it will serve as an entry point for me to gain some insight and move up in the spectrum of computer autism


Anonymous 08/09/2019 (Fri) 17:19:22 [Preview] No.13409 del
With so much shit happening, I think its time to start using a VNP or similar. Now, I am not autisticaly 100% about privacy & security, so I dont need a meme VNP, or something overkill. I want to post more safely, but overall being into the normal net, without none or much impediment. Also, price, if there is a free one that more or less is not an scam or insecure sure, but if not as long is valid and not expensive, maybe I can get it.
But thing too is that im using a wifi in my house with share net to other pc in the house. All family, but thing is that it can be an impediment?


Anonymous 08/09/2019 (Fri) 19:55:48 [Preview] No.13411 del
>>13403
>>13407
CloverOS is easy-modo version of Gentoo. If you want to have an easy-to-use Linux distro, you should install Xubuntu (https://xubuntu.org/) or Linux Mint (https://www.linuxmint.com/)

I advice against using (((Manjaro))) or vanilla (((Ubuntu))) or KDE Neon.

>>13405
Your GPU likely needs proprietary firmware or drivers. idk if CloverOS has those installed out-of-box. I recommend trying Xubuntu.

>>13409
VPNs are a double-edged blade:
A VPN can basically wiretap all your activities on the internet, but not all VPN providers do this. I advice AGAINST using (((NordVPN))) and (((ExpressVPN))). IMO it's better to just use TOR. Your first option is to use the TOR Browser but it is not as secure or private as Tails (basically you can still leak your identity, if you use TOR Browser) Tails is a Linux distribution that runs off a USB flash drive or a DVD disc, and it doesn't touch your disk at all. If you want to store files, you should have another USB flash drive where you can store them as Tails itself is running from the USB/DVD and the files only exist in your computer's RAM (meaning they will be gone for good after your power off your computer)

>im using a wifi in my house with share net to other pc in the house
Do you mean that you using a router to create the wifi network or are you hosting a hotspot from your computer? It would be better to have a router because if you run TOR or a VPN, then your family members' traffic will be also routed trough TOR/VPN. Finally, it's better to use TOR directly. That is to say, do not use a VPN to connect to TOR because the VPN provider can log everything.

You can download TOR browser here: https://www.torproject.org/download/
You can download Tails here: https://tails.boum.org/
For more reasons why you probably shouldn't use a VPN: https://gist.github.com/joepie91/5a9909939e6ce7d09e29
For maximum privacy, you should choose your browser carefully configure it properly: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/ (NOTE that Tor Browser is configured as private by default and you shouldn't change any settings)
I also recommend using Linux.


Anonymous 08/09/2019 (Fri) 20:20:23 [Preview] No.13412 del
>>13411
Addendum:
You should also use a program like BleachBit to clear temporary files and cookies (https://www.bleachbit.org/) Do not use (((CCleaner))).


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 00:57:33 [Preview] No.13413 del
>>13401
It's having major posting issues currently. I'm probably not going to use it, but I'm actively seeding a few boards. I've never visited the cp board so I don't know if any is on there, but I sure as hell am not going to even try. Don't want any of that shit entering my HDD.


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 04:39:22 [Preview] No.13414 del
>>13396
The whole situation has made me have a dedicated machine for Linux and TOR basically. 8chan was already a honeypot and this zeronet shit seems like the Honey Nut Cheerios of chans. Why the fuck would I want to even have to host all that shit in the first place? What is stopping someone, if/since they can track it, from saying, "Anon that we tracked was hosting all this CP and illegal goods, doesn't matter if he deleted it, he knew going in. He distributed it by hosting."

I'll stick to this place with tor and linux (mx linux for me). Even then i'm thinking IRC chats are about to make a bigger comeback as I want to sink even deeper than chans to hide in. I'd rather talk to maybe 20-50 of us then have a site be popular for posts, just because traffic is nice? quality over quantity. This thread is a good example of that, /tech/ became a cesspool overtime.


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 07:17:33 [Preview] No.13416 del
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what unkiked ereader/reading tablet should I get? idk how they work but i just need to be able to transfer pdfs/epubs etc, dont need wifi or anything like that.


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 07:32:59 [Preview] No.13417 del
>>13416
i don't have any specific recommendations but one whose software is replaceable by your own, duh
so find one whose hw is adequate and whose sw is replaceable (preferably from bootloader up)


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 14:33:39 [Preview] No.13419 del
>>13396
Zerochan was a honeypot made by some lulz tier redditor-tier crap (I no longer remember exactly though it's cringe like sjw).
might be confusing zerochan with something else but I don't recommend any of them.

>>13399
this
you can use 'tor mode' on gnu icecat now though I don't trust icecat due to personal reasons and due to a poor experience with it.

>>13409
careful now, don't expect VPN (not vnp) to hide your ass. VPNs are widely used for managing private networks of a company not for anonymity! in other words, it has nothing to do with 'privacy' but actually managed private networks where companies could keep logs and close look to what happens in or breaks in their networks.
you can however use VPN on top of a burner sim or a public/not your wifi.
if you're using it over your OWN network you're fucked for sure.

I heard a zenmate user who shitposted shota while on VPN got arrested and turns out the LEA had tracked him for so long and got all his VPN info the company just tossed it and to that anon's surprise it seems it had been going on for years (2 years until he got arrested or even earlier).
if it's really all about anonymity, you need to watch habits like:
>never logging in social networks on anonymous network.
>keep track of your fingerprints (DOM, cookies, LSO, canvas, webgl, frame)
>never using unsafe device like a phone IF you're a complete n00b
>never using proprietary drivers like GPU.
if possible, you should be using public wifi networks instead.
I know it sounds dumb but if you're let's say a wikileaks leaker and want to publish your freshly stolen private data whether "straight from that crooked politician's device by barging in their offices or homes", or "through remote exfiltration techniques" you should use public wifi though keep in mind avoid the security cameras of the city if you plan to 'commando' on a fucking coffee shop (there's an app that germans made for the camera thing).
it'd be completely harder to track some unknown guy using public wifi with a changeable MAC address at long range.

in summary,
>wardrive with the trusty alfa network card
>change MAC using a protected OS
>connect to the public wifi otherwise crack'em at your own risk
>use a protected browser - everything is the opposite. the caveat of every mainstream browser is they all have fingerprinting turned on by default
>do your thing through a protected device at a protected place - anonymously
>avoid social shit. they'll usually ask you for phone number at some point (like twitter or discord) and don't give your numbers away, use a burner. the phone number can be tracked through the CellID where it has been activated or where the sim was sold - they can extrapolate and triangulate you and it's only a matter of time so if you do use a burner, buy it from at least several miles away.

worst case is there's no public or any wifi available like a fucking desert, if that's the case, your only way of securing your anonymity would be using a burner internet sim though modems are not trustable.
wifi is almost available anywhere that most establishments have them for the glued-on-screen normies so it possibly won't ever be a problem.


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 14:47:47 [Preview] No.13420 del
>>13411
Mint is an Israel project. Donations go to Israel, I bet if you bought their live dvd and checked the bar code the country code would be Israel, and it's a shitty fork where they literally did nothing except cinnamon.
Also, a lot of other distros lack attention due to the Israel_Mint (((shilling))) and reeling all the winfag transitions due to it painstakingly imitating windows 7. Better distros especially independent ones wouldn't've been underfunded if not for the kikest distro ever.

I'd recommend KaOS which is literally the best KDE distro with built-in firewall, x64-only initiative and can run KDE with wayland compositor (how can arch/gentoo even compete?). Their software selection are the best, most good programs that are only 'unofficial repo' on most distros are made available on this distro, like sayonara which is probably the current best music player (if only it has APE support).


Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 15:57:17 [Preview] No.13421 del
>>13403
>How do I into Gentoo??
Read the handbook.
>trying to install it on a 686 computer and the wiki install guide is kind of shit/outdated
Pretty sure it's fine.
>Are there any resources I can use to learn just what I need to do/use? Tutorials or a "course" explaining the ins and outs is appreciated.
The Gentoo Handbook.


Anonymous 08/12/2019 (Mon) 06:37:42 [Preview] No.13426 del
>>13414
> Why the fuck would I want to even have to host all that shit in the first place?
Because it's a P2P topology, like bittorrent. There's no server, but rather every client acts as the server. So that means every client has to have at least some portion of the data. In 08chan's case, the data you save (and server to others) are the files you click on. That's why there's a "seed" button next to each image, video, PDF, etc. If you don't click on a file, it never gets downloaded, and thus you can't seerve it.
IRC uses a federated topology, like NNTP (Usenet and nntpchan use this protocol)> In this topology, there are several independent servers rather than a single centralized one. Pic is an diagram of how Usenet works. Not all servers carry the same newsgroups (boards in chan lingo), which are represented by different colors here. I guess all IRC servers on a given network (EFnet for instance) will always have the exact same list of channels, but it doesn't have to be that way in other federated implementations, and typically Usenet server admins only carry the newsgroups they want to (some of that is because Usenet is huge and they have to choose between number of newsgroups and data retention period, because their server storage is limited).


Anonymous 08/12/2019 (Mon) 06:43:24 [Preview] No.13427 del
>>13426
>>13426
>are the files you click on. That's why there's a "seed" button next to each image, video, PDF, etc. If you don't click on a file, it never gets downloaded, and thus you can't seerve it.
no. Prefetching has to be disabled in about config. Or else the browser loads every embedded link on the page.

Prefetching is when the browser pre loads links that either you hovered or are embedded


Anonymous 08/12/2019 (Mon) 06:52:48 [Preview] No.13428 del
do not use anything with a sim card. Smart phones are comped unless you remove the gps chip and a lot of other shit. Wifi insecure to wired connection for example.
>>13411
you use a vpn then tor. you connect to the vpn. then tor then another vpn if you want. why? its better to be seen as vpn traffic than tor traffic. your not hiding either way but vpn masks tor traffic. Not hides it masks it. Which is why you use a vpn then tor. In my opinion


Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 08:49:56 [Preview] No.13434 del
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>>13427
Well you're wrong. I used the vanilla Firefox 68 that comes with Armbian, without any changes to config. It didn't prefetch anything, other than the metadata (json files) and thumbnails.
To test this, I wiped out my RAM disk and extracted a tarball of my previous fresh install of ZeroNet (I created tarball right before connecting the first time). This means there wasn't even a ZeroNet-py3/data directory yet. Then I started the python script, which downloaded the main ZeroNet board 1Name2NXVi1RDPDgf5617UoW7xA6YrhM9F metadata. Then I connected to 08chan URL in firefox, which downloaded its metadata in data/1DdPHedr5Tz55EtQWxqvsbEXPdc4uCVi9D, and started to create user directories in /var/shm/zeronet/ZeroNet-py3/data/1DdPHedr5Tz55EtQWxqvsbEXPdc4uCVi9D/data/users with their metadata.
Then I went in /tech/ and it started downloading thumbnails (spinning icons became thumbnails). So then I browsed the entire first page of /tech/, making sure to hover on every "seed" button, every image link, and every thumbnail. Then I checked the results on my filessytem, which are in pic.
In case you're wondering why I check for the presence of "src" directory, it's because that's where seeded data goes. Well you can see they're empty, and only thumbnails appear in the filesystem.


Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 09:03:49 [Preview] No.13435 del
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>>13434
Next I went into a couple threads and did the same thing (hovering on "seed" buttons, image links, and thumbnails). This had no results on the filesystem, so the situation was the same as in data1 pic.
Then I went to the top of the page of /tech/ and clicked on the image thumbnail of the first thread. This time it actually downloaded the image, and the "seed" button disappeared, signifying that I'm now seeding it (so there's no reason for that button to exist anymore).
The results on my filesystem are in pic data2, and yes here you can see there is that one image that got downloaded into that user's src directory.
So clearly it's working as advertised. There are other problems with this 08chan, but this isn't one of them. The main problem (apart from how horribly slow it is on my computer) is the 08 admin added a requirement for users to register a ZeroID over clearnet connection in order to post. I know they started getting swarmed with spam (I saw a bunch of it last week), but this isn't a good enough solution for me.


Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 11:45:32 [Preview] No.13437 del
anyone want to buy a new (yes new) white tada 68 in europe with reds? or some new green switches?


Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 17:01:12 [Preview] No.13472 del
>>13435
Well there is no way to tell because we can't see what is being resolved. I'm glad that is not a big problem though. Regardless you can not isolate boards you want to subscribe to. You have to manually ban each board every-time it loads. Its a honeypot. In my opinion. I am just thinking of alternatives. Honestly maybe i2p could work better? Not for the p2p aspect but having it on a secure platform. zeronet is like freenet but without the reputation of working. I hate it. I hate zeronet. I hate the halfchan braindead retards hoarding everyone over there. Leave pref-etching on. Load the fucking thing up and see that you have to download shitposts onto your machine. Thousands of posts i have to download TO LURK. The media is crawling it like a spider writing articles that are literally not even wrong. it leaks your ip. I speculate it leaks your ip even over vpn. Half of These people are not securing their dns when connected to a vpn.You don't start tor by clicking a little app like mobile display button. Leaked. They are falling for this. You think you can just swipe tor only mode and that does not still hold your real ip in the fucking program. You think there is no 0days in 0net? You think that if zeronet worked it would have been used before. And it has i remember someone saying they had a site there. Allow it to be run with proxychains and then its a viable option. There is no way to see what is being resolved. You are just peering with everyone and notice when you do mute posters you have .json files in the /data/ folder. Its javascript.


Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 17:14:03 [Preview] No.13473 del
>>13472
fuck proxychains. why would i want to load proxies back to 127.0.0.1? That's the problem. I don't know what i am talking about but with tor you use localhost 127.0.0.1 9050. That corrolates to whatever exit node ip is in the current circuit. So its a rotating socks/http proxy. Tor was created as a rotating socks proxy distribution. Zeronet is a way to locally host a website on your machine that you seed and download like a torrent. That's fine if you want to host a tech archival or something. But now as its used as a 8chan successor after it is being shut down by media. it is not as brilliant as it seems. Sure its distributed. But we are all hosting it. Everyone is liable. there is no kind of ip obfuscation.


Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 17:27:25 [Preview] No.13474 del
>>13472
>>13473
That being said. I think zeronet theoretically is still halfway there. Maybe a meshnet situation is ideal considering the blackballing hosting companies are doing left and right. Get off the internet if you want to do a zeronet thing. Thats my opinion. Judging by the peer display we could have a mesh network with the ability to choose what to seed instead of seed first filter later. Just thinking out loud.


Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 18:18:43 [Preview] No.13475 del
>>13474
an anonymous meshnet. I wonder if that is possible?


Anonymous 08/17/2019 (Sat) 06:43:03 [Preview] No.13478 del
tard here. How easy is it to use a command line only on linux to do everyday stuff?

Not that I wouldn't install a DE or something, but just curious how simple it is to do things like use (((youtube))) or something like that.

For browsing I do use w3m and lynx on occasion but for a lot of sites that use javashit, it doesn't really work, and for some stuff I can't go without that functionality. I wouldn't mind a program calling up an external program like a video player or image viewer if necessary though.

What programs should I try out? I generally use devuan XFCE.


Anonymous 08/17/2019 (Sat) 06:55:53 [Preview] No.13479 del
>>13478
if you are using devuan you arent a complete noob. Youtube-dl, gallery-dl, links2, newsbeuter/newsboat, youtube-viewer,mpv,ffplay, depends what you want. If you want the audio of a yt video put in
youtube-dl -x (video url goes here)
youtube-dl also works for twitter pornhub vimeo instagram periscope and a lot of other sites like nbc and shit. nano is a decent text editor though people will say to use emacs or vim.

and its easy especially if you use a shell that when you pres the up button it goes to the last command with whatever you type in. So if you had a long ffmpeg command in your history you press ffm and then press the up key it will bring back the long command. Plus the more i learn the easier it gets. for example.dmenu (another good program with even cooler ricing variations) opens up programs lightning fast.


Anonymous 08/17/2019 (Sat) 07:01:29 [Preview] No.13480 del
>>13479
if you want to re-create a windows environment the command line is not ideal. But if you start slow and mimick the windows setup with like a cinnamon setup.and you incorporate the command line the same way you would the cmd shell in windows. Mainly with apt-get or whatever your OS's update system is. Many have a gui for that now so its becoming less and less neccisary the linux desktop is definatly here. The propriatary media conglomerations don't want that though. That impedes on their mobile app herding efforts. Cnn wants us to load 17 different websites when we check the news. Google just wants to make it all werk like slackware. Everything is fine.


Anonymous 08/17/2019 (Sat) 07:04:56 [Preview] No.13481 del
>>13480
>Cnn wants us to load 17 different websites when we check the news
im refferring to the third party requests that you get when going to any media newspaper or any popular mainstream media site. There is 10+ trackers and ad connections slowing the page down and is clearly a selfish display by institutions of supposed integrity. and I am also a noob. But umatrix doesn't lie.


Anonymous 08/29/2019 (Thu) 09:25:57 [Preview] No.13496 del
how to network namespaces?
>i want to use a usb modem to browse instead of the wifi
ip netns add test
ip link set ppp0 netns test
ip netns exec test dhclient ppp0
>can't ping google
what do?


Anonymous 08/29/2019 (Thu) 11:07:39 [Preview] No.13498 del


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 07:32:20 [Preview] No.13502 del
Dear tech autists.
Where do you download your microsoft shitpills when needed? It is needed, and I found myself that using lunix for prolonged amounts of time retards your skills of finding fresh шindoшs rips.
I am posting from under one right now, but it keeps sucking cock and I feel like it might have an additional botnet to what is shipped by default in шin10.
TPB mostly has BRshit, and those that aren't BR are likely to be botnets. Any hints on where to look? Bonus points if the place is public.
I'm inclined to believe russian interwebs have something, but I'd leave crawling it for the last resort option.

Cheers.


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 13:42:21 [Preview] No.13503 del


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 16:04:35 [Preview] No.13505 del
Why does 4chan have such a comparatively large userbase over the alt chans (8 included)?
Is it just first mover advantage?

Is there any technical superiority of 4chan?
Is it just propped up as a honeypot? I can't VPN post with Nord or with Mullvad there, that's a huge red flag.


google must die 08/30/2019 (Fri) 17:54:14 [Preview] No.13506 del
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>>13505
Dude, G00gshits owns them
and hires dirty shitty non whites
as admins of their boards
to ruin America.
Now you are informed.


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 18:02:01 [Preview] No.13507 del
>>13505
>Is there any technical superiority of 4chan?
no that's why we use 4 chan x
it sure is a honey pot
otherwise it's just how it is
ppl want to be where everyone else is, not isolated


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 18:04:34 [Preview] No.13508 del
>>13507
>gloms onto others

Those aren't actually people. Actual people don't follow the herd.


Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 22:43:15 [Preview] No.13510 del
>>13505
>Why does 4chan have such a comparatively large userbase over the alt chans (8 included)?
because 4chan is a containment site for people who got banned from Reddit.

>Is there any technical superiority of 4chan?
no. on 4chan, mods can see your IP in plain text (most other imageboards display a hash of the IP) and, like 8chan, 4chan is a data-mining site (both jim and hiro are selling data)

>NordVPN
that vpn is a bit shady AFAIK


Anonymous 08/31/2019 (Sat) 19:13:27 [Preview] No.13514 del
>>13510
While 8ch was a honeypot, at least they let you Tor post.


Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 00:52:00 [Preview] No.13516 del
>get amd cpu and graphics card because i hard they were opensource
>goto install gentoo
>guide states you need to install linux-firmware to get microcode
<wat?!
>look up "microcode"
>literally just another name for binaryblob
>you're required to install proprietary software to get it to work
>goto /tech/ or wikipedia
>"amdgpu is a completely opensource graphics driver"
y u all lie??


Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 00:53:27 [Preview] No.13517 del
>>13514
>using publicly indexed exit nodes
lol!


Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 03:25:49 [Preview] No.13518 del
>>13516
>buy amd rig expecting it to "just werk"
>amd fanboys insist it's the best for opensors
>don't work for shit
>graphics card regularly outputs ugly image that tears every fucking second with black boxes all over the screen
>sound on the mother board doesn't work at all
>cpu is consistently slow as ass and can't even out perform my thinkpad
>internet hits the shitter
This is consistant across every linux distro be it fully customized gentoo install that has been compiled with both generic or custom kernel configs... Or with a just werks distro like manjaro or ubuntu.
It's all the same shit.

Now the question is if this is a defect in hardware or just linux not being made with amd in mind.
So i installed windows... and it all just werked. Disgusting.
I really regret this purchase..


Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 14:05:22 [Preview] No.13525 del
>>13516
You listened to cianiggers shilling x86 botnet. I only ever recommended some of the more open ARM boards (the ones with Cortex-A7 and A-53 processors, but not ones like RPi that need binary blob in VideoCore to even boot). If you must use GPU, some of the i.MX boards are the way to go. See here:
https://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/single-board-computers
The open source Lima driver for Allwinner boards is progressing also, but that one is not 100% complete. On Armbian forum they're talking about packaging it in new releases, since it's good enough to run desktop stuff. I run A20 and A64 boards without GPU acceleration for now. Will test new driver when they release.
The x86 CPUs need closed firmware, and you're never going to get away from that on x86. On ARM you can though. The code is here: https://github.com/ARM-software/arm-trusted-firmware


Anonymous 09/05/2019 (Thu) 06:42:57 [Preview] No.13537 del
>>13514
not rly
it was practically unusable months before it was shut down


Anonymous 09/09/2019 (Mon) 04:35:49 [Preview] No.13553 del
>>13525
rock64?


Anonymous 09/15/2019 (Sun) 19:57:23 [Preview] No.13558 del
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>>13553
Yeah RK3328 is a quad-core Cortex-A53, so it doesn't do the speculative exection. It looks like Rock64 also can have 4 GB RAM, so that's pretty nice. And USB3 also for conneting HDD. Armbian supports the board: https://www.armbian.com/rock64/
Oh BTW, new Intel bug! XD
https://hub.packtpub.com/intels-ddio-and-rdma-enabled-microprocessors-vulnerable-to-new-netcat-attack/


Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 20:59:38 [Preview] No.13650 del
I need to archive rare documents
Mostly eBooks and PDFs (~1tb uncompressed)that i am sure cannot be found anymore on the net outside of tiny communities,at least for free.
I am also afraid of losing anything so I'll do backups but again how to be sure nothing gets corrupted ?
So how would you proceed?

it's "sensitive" stuff so it ABSOLUTELY MUST be secured, i will also need to take them with me if i go work in another country.
Even if i use veraCrypt or something similar the governments will obviously ask for keys.


Anonymous Board owner 09/20/2019 (Fri) 21:51:19 [Preview] No.13651 del


Anonymous 09/21/2019 (Sat) 18:36:39 [Preview] No.13667 del
Are there any freetard distros for SBCs that make sure there are no blobs and video decoding performance tests for them? FSF shills imx6 which requires blobs for VPU. I don't get from >>13525 which Allwinner SoCs have working VPU with no blobs and how good is video decoding performance with no GPU blobs.


Anonymous 09/25/2019 (Wed) 12:42:54 [Preview] No.13685 del
Why the fuck is there a google captcha icon in the corner of some websites nowadays, and how do I block it?


Anonymous 09/25/2019 (Wed) 15:49:14 [Preview] No.13686 del
>>13685
ublock
umatrix
noscript


Anonymous 09/25/2019 (Wed) 22:31:01 [Preview] No.13687 del
Are there any mastodon instances that have no rules, or rather rules as lax as this site? I might make one if there isn't.


Anonymous 09/26/2019 (Thu) 01:26:08 [Preview] No.13690 del
>>13687
I'd suggest looking at an instance with a lot of SJWs and looking at their blocked instances.
https://toot.cafe/about/more#blocked-instances
https://github.com/Gargron/mastodon.social-misc
I don't get why they censored the names of the lolicon sites, but the sites with more western depictions of cp aren't ok
You can also look here: https://instances.social/list

Keep in mind that besides rules each instance has it's own culture. You might not want many rules but if all the other users are boomer qanons or lolis you might not like it. I'm not sure if there's an instance that's pretty similar to endchan frankly, but there might be instances that have a culture similar to a specific board here. If you do decide to create your own instance you might want to create it for a board you like rather than the site as a whole.


Anonymous 09/26/2019 (Thu) 01:28:43 [Preview] No.13691 del
>>13690
*are ok. Also that's only for th e toot.cafe list


Anonymous 09/26/2019 (Thu) 05:16:04 [Preview] No.13693 del
You know what, nevermind. Microblogging is stupid.


Anonymous 09/26/2019 (Thu) 06:00:01 [Preview] No.13694 del
>>13693
It's a shame that these new federated blogging protocols are for microblogging instead of, you know, actual blogs. I'll never understand why something as needlessly restrictive as microblogging got so popular. Why the hell would you make a website that restricts your post size to 500 characters?


Anonymous 09/27/2019 (Fri) 17:32:45 [Preview] No.13698 del
>>13694
Because it's easier to type five words instead of several well thought out paragraphs.


Anonymous 09/27/2019 (Fri) 17:37:31 [Preview] No.13699 del
>>13694
>"microblogging"
>one of the many somnambulist terms they seeded
>u waking up yet?
>"Are we learning yet?" - Smart Ass Human Essential
Well as a tactic combined with cel phones, shitslab mentality and appcrapp
it made the world of goys, dumber
success for yale u and israel


Anonymous 09/27/2019 (Fri) 17:37:35 [Preview] No.13700 del
>>13698
Truth.
Nowadays blogging isn't l'art pour l'art. It's for popularize the service, product they wanna sell. They don't need to write long winded monographs, just some easily consumable lines and don't waste their time.


Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 00:30:52 [Preview] No.13710 del
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How do I get rid of this annoying giant left-aligned new post UI? It really ruins how the catalog looks.
Also is there a 4chan X equivalent for endchan / lynxchan (assuming InfinityNow isn't too different)


Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 01:52:16 [Preview] No.13711 del
>>13710
>Also is there a 4chan X equivalent for endchan / lynxchan

I need this too. I used to have my imageboards completely riced out with my favorite waifu as a mascot.


Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 04:11:29 [Preview] No.13712 del
>>13710
// =​=UserScript=​=
// @name ENDCH
// @namespace Violentmonkey Scripts
// @match https://*endchan.org/*/*
// @match https://endchan.net/*/*
// @match https://endchan.xyz/*/*
// @exclude https://endchan.org/int/*
// @exclude https://endchan.net/int/*
// @exclude https://endchan.xyz/int/*
// @exclude https://endchan.net/boardManagement.js?*
// @exclude https://endchan.xyz/boardManagement.js?*
// @grant GM_addStyle
// =​=/UserScript=​=
GM_addStyle (" .innerPost, .innerOP { font-size: 15px; } .divMessage { margin: 35px; margin-top: 25px; margin-bottom: 15px; font-size: 18px; } hr { margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 30px; } .quoteLink, .originalNameLink { text-decoration: none; } .linkLast50, .linkPreview, .contentAction, #linkManagement, #linkMod, #linkModeration, select, #postingForm { display: none; } .hidePost, .hideThread, .linkReply, .linkLast50, .panelBacklinks a { text-decoration: none; font-weight: bold; } .divRefresh { position: relative; top: 80px; right: 13px; padding-bottom: 12px; } ");
Edited last time by _ on 10/02/2019 (Wed) 04:23:33.


Anonymous Board owner 10/02/2019 (Wed) 04:16:50 [Preview] No.13713 del
>>13712
bruh, don't forget to use [​code][​/code] tags!


On second thought, EndChan is garbage for code dumping since all markdowns and tags are valid inside the code tags so I had resorted to using zero width space characters to cancel this as =​=this==
Edited last time by _ on 10/02/2019 (Wed) 04:25:27.


Anonymous 10/04/2019 (Fri) 08:02:30 [Preview] No.13745 del
>>13710
>>13711
Dollchan

Also, it's there as punishment for the constant requests for it. That was a while ago now though, you could try asking odili to make it collapsible/pre-collapsed


Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 18:52:15 [Preview] No.13783 del
why can't I open the other sticky? wtf is wrong with the database?

why can't I order threads by creation date in the catalog?
how the fuck are you people even browsing this dump?

why does this place SUCK?!?!


Anonymous Board owner 10/08/2019 (Tue) 08:06:39 [Preview] No.13786 del
I really should stop editing my own posts, I might bork the database. Sometimes it comes back which makes no real sense.


Anonymous Board owner 10/08/2019 (Tue) 08:09:03 [Preview] No.13787 del
>>13786
This is going to be the temporary main sticky thread, I don't want to make a new thread anyways, or should I?


Anonymous Board owner 10/08/2019 (Tue) 08:16:51 [Preview] No.13790 del
>>13787
I made a test thread, that did jacksquattery to fixing anything at all. I'll just assume that thread is MIA until further notice.


Speaking of missing OS flags, where's mah MS-DOS? Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:09:19 [Preview] No.13791 del
>>13787
>newd sticky?
Heh. If only.

Be patient. Let Odilitime know there is a problem. Also, I believe /pol/ had a similar issue within the last six months or so: BO edits something, thread goes fubar. They have no solution. Or, rather, I think their solution was to nuke said threads and carry on. Maybe, lock the thread, unsticky, create a new sticky, and let the old one age off the board naturally.

Check in with Odilitime first before you start nuking anything.

>>13790
>Imma rebuild the index witta post
A traditional solution, but, yeah. This appears to be persistent. Maybe try locking/unlocking/test post that thread? As a last resort, unsticky/resticky. The thread might insta-drop off the board if you unsticky though.

I am beginning to suspect the Lynxchan/Mongodb system is highly susceptible to data corruption for older threads/data. Note: this is an addition to all the missing images, caused by a one time migration event in the distant past, and the more recent missing thumbnail issue. Both image issues have known causes from past data migrations/upgrades. Entire threads 404ing? That's relatively new.


Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:20:22 [Preview] No.13792 del
Huh. Just noticed something.

>>13791
>lock/unlock, unsticky/resticky

Also, uncyclic/recyclic. Remember, you will also need to try posting as a regular user in the thread to "fix" the change, before setting it back to normal in all three tests.


Anonymous Board owner 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:45:03 [Preview] No.13794 del
>>13791
This thread was a sticky thread for awhile now, and I can't access a 404 thread so I can't unsticky a 404'd sticky thread, no luck in that regard. I had uploaded 8/tech/'s flags since the flags were FUBAR'd as usually due to site updates in general does this to the images and I didn't have the old flags on me. For even having flags is thanks to the previous end/tech/ board owner before me but don't know of the ones before ring and their versions of the flags


Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:52:36 [Preview] No.13796 del
>>13794
hmm yeah slowly recalling that there was someone who did shared some flags for me to put in but again those were long gone and I don't really keep assets on hand, why the hell am I even here lol


Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 20:01:26 [Preview] No.13797 del
>>13794
>>13796
>Kindly response from a polite BO to an indirectly silly poster.

The correct response from a BO in this situation is: "THEN UPLOAD THE ADDITIONAL FLAGS YOU WANT ADDED AND I WILL ADD THEM! STOP BEING LAZY ASS NEWBS!"

Also, thank you. You are doing a fine job here, and even your occasionally porn obsessed passive aggressive nutcase poster says so too.


Anonymous 03/18/2020 (Wed) 17:31:04 [Preview] No.14055 del
Is riseupVPN trustable?


Anonymous 04/16/2020 (Thu) 23:02:51 [Preview] No.14093 del
>>14055
You cannot place your full trust on any VPN as there is no real way for the provider to prove their "no log policy".


Anonymous 04/19/2020 (Sun) 01:37:40 [Preview] No.14096 del
Henlo, tech support for this would be much appreciated:
So, I'm browsing endchan onion style and have come across an annoying issue: setting the color only works for one tab. Open a link in new tab, and it's back to Yotsuba B.
Now, obviously this is happening because tor browser, I get it. But, I was wondering if any of you have some cool methods of bypassing this issue. Any ideas?


Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 05:31:41 [Preview] No.14108 del
Is 4chan compramised do they investigate the people whom use it.is it safe to raw dag any chan.who to use a chan without being v&


help me help 05/03/2020 (Sun) 16:00:41 [Preview] No.14124 del
app to format everything on android and leave no trace??


Anonymous 07/20/2020 (Mon) 19:49:32 [Preview] No.14268 del
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if I want to run a home server for e-mail and streaming a video from the server to say my ps3 or something, do I need anything special? is there a good guide for retards? I have a spare computer and I'm tempted to run a debian server on there but don't really know what to do past that.

any tips or pointers or links to related materials would be helpful and appreciated. and trust me when I say I'm retarded and don't know where to start.


Anonymous 07/20/2020 (Mon) 22:49:04 [Preview] No.14269 del
>>14268
i would just make a designated folder an open directory tied to my local ip address. anyone on wifi can access the folder. There is a python program to do this https://2ality.com/2014/06/simple-http-server.html


Anonymous 08/16/2020 (Sun) 03:10:42 [Preview] No.14290 del
whonix 13 or tails 2.12 for i686 which would be worse (don't have 64-bit computer)


Anonymous 08/21/2020 (Fri) 23:15:42 [Preview] No.14291 del
>>14290
Tails would be worse because you can't update the browser which only updates with each new Tails release. Whonix you should be able to update to the latest browser and at least have isolation.


Anonymous 10/08/2020 (Thu) 05:14:49 [Preview] No.14350 del
Bump


Anonymous 12/13/2020 (Sun) 23:04:09 [Preview] No.14522 del
How do I hack a bank in Minecraft?


Anonymous 01/03/2021 (Sun) 19:06:00 [Preview] No.14546 del
What are some good hacking forums?


Seriously, check the Geiger Counter Improv Bad 01/03/2021 (Sun) 19:09:36 [Preview] No.14547 del
>>14546
A pertinent question, let's find out!


sage sage 01/03/2021 (Sun) 23:48:07 [Preview] No.14548 del


Anonymous 01/06/2021 (Wed) 03:10:37 [Preview] No.14557 del
There's some new spam around the board, BO. You are needed here again



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