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TOR IRC Anonymous 06/30/2022 (Thu) 02:27:16 [Preview] No. 15069 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I want to join IRC channels but i cannot do it without using TOR, i2p currently not a choice. any solutions except for VPN or local proxy?

are there any cypherpunk, tech IRCs which allow TOR adresses. prob, just private ones eh? but thei rhard to get in.

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Lenovo t420 Anonymous 01/10/2021 (Sun) 21:55:26 [Preview] No. 14566 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
am i making a good choice? just need something reliable and not fancy at all.
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Anonymous 02/17/2022 (Thu) 00:26:01 [Preview] No.14980 del
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>Yeah this is pretty good advice. And don't buy a Mac instead would be good advice too?

Please respond

Anonymous 05/01/2022 (Sun) 15:25:19 [Preview] No.15037 del
whatever you do, never buy aplel products

Anonymous 05/05/2022 (Thu) 02:14:01 [Preview] No.15038 del
You can just dual boot Mac OS or Hackingtosh into your computer if you want it so bad though

Maybe building your own PC is better than that OP

Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:20:11 [Preview] No.15039 del
I didn't hear much about t420 but thinkpads are best laptops I ever used so you should be fine. I recommend getting T440p or X230 though. Keep in mind that most of them (thinkpads) have BIOS locked so that may be an issue for you depending on how much control you want to have over your machine.

Anonymous 06/29/2022 (Wed) 00:53:10 [Preview] No.15068 del
1. They should be free, corporate surplus, etc. I have literally over 100 sitting in storage, that I haven't had time to go through - Unusually I dump 10-15 in a box and bring it with me when I fly overseas. They go for about $100-150 easily.

2. The LCD's really suck, and sure you can get in the moneypit of replacing LCD and more, but it isn't worth it.

3. Reliable? Every laptop nowadays is reliable hardware wise.

4. Safe, good question anon, what is safe. Lenovo stuff, Dell Stuff and Apple stuff are relativelt safe, you can lock down the bios/efi and make it hard for most people outside of state enterprise to break in. They all have TPM, and you can do "secureboot" via EFI and disable the legacy shit - the TPM chip on the t420 is easily physically dumpable though with a buspirate or such. I've done it.

Wifi support cards also are eh, you need to change it out - once again not a big deal but money sink for 10yr old laptop.

Intel Management Engine - yeah, it can be stripped too.

Resale value: Nominal, 5yr old macbooks are going to be steady for year 6-8. Personally I'm on the other side where I buy new macbooks and sell in 3 years for 70-80% of value, but it is different from "reliable." No, this is not saying buy a macbook, but financial side, and support side, it does make it easy.

tl;dr t420 good for it's time, but between a new SSD, max out the ram, replace wifi card if going to go loonix/arch puts you in over $300. If you go w/ a new LCD, yeah it goes overboard quick. Didn't even cover battery, and chinese shit.

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New privacy messenger Anonymous 04/11/2022 (Mon) 14:35:57 [Preview] No. 15023 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I found a new messenger. Real E2EE and self destructing. What do you think about that?

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Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:33:54 [Preview] No.15043 del
How did you guess? It doesn't look like honeypot at all /s

Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:35:06 [Preview] No.15044 del
I'm sure OP is throwing a dice every time you are sending a message so it has to be truly secure. Are you happy now? /s

Anonymous 05/17/2022 (Tue) 02:19:52 [Preview] No.15048 del
>and self destructing
It's a fucking scam.
Rule of a thumb: you see software that says it's gonna do self-destructing messages - its' owners either don't know what they are doing or are scammers who may trick you into writing everything that can be written to a hard drive with a simple change in the application. Just like Skype's message editing history could be made available with a simple CREATE TRIGGER on its' SQLite database. Besides, telling the other side what to do is a good opportunity to fuck with its' journal.

Anonymous 05/17/2022 (Tue) 02:30:03 [Preview] No.15049 del
>But what I know they plan to make it open source.

So much for privacy and security. A fucking web honeypot with shitload of JS almost certainly coming from ButtFlare or any other butt storage provider, probably with crucial details going between server and client and, of course, it's centralised so anyone snooping knows your ass was shitposting during the very hour they got the metadata for.

Anonymous 06/28/2022 (Tue) 01:27:14 [Preview] No.15067 del
>What do you think about that?

>in browser


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CAPTCHA solver wanted! Anonymous 06/26/2022 (Sun) 16:17:11 [Preview] No. 15066 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

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Anonymous 06/18/2022 (Sat) 18:53:40 [Preview] No. 15065 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
You like Dead by Daylight? Their early work was belittle noob saves as a waist. But when Portrait of a Murder came out November 2021, I think they really gamed into their zone, eternally and realistically. Scourge Hook: Pain Resonance causes clear, crisp screams of survivors causing them to be downed, and delightful fleeing compensates dealing with intersectional feminism that really causes Dead by Daylight to seduce. Victims aren't always scared let me dispel this fellows, but I think the survivors have far more Twitter morals like a tumor. In October 2017, Devs released this: Nightmare!, the most demolished victims. I think their best polluted killer is "Nemesis". A murderer so catchy, most survivors probably don't position away when he rips. But they should, because it's not just about pressuring minorities and the performance of friends. It's also reversing for blatant finesse see for yourself. No gun, no mall! Put on a mask and save Anglos like you have foresight, you fuckin stupid bastards!

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cock.li invites pwease? Anonymous 06/14/2022 (Tue) 06:20:07 [Preview] No. 15063 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
another day of begging:(
encrypt with this key if possible:


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Programming question Anonymous 06/08/2022 (Wed) 19:23:04 [Preview] No. 15059 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Im trying to make a chat site so i need to know something
I am going to have a stacked div layout and the text will replace itself however i am not sure how to keep the text on screen even when refreshed im using html, java, css, and php (i, know garbage) and using both chrome and firefox in windows 10

Anonymous 06/08/2022 (Wed) 19:30:12 [Preview] No.15060 del
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Heres what i mean by stack div if this helps

Anonymous 06/09/2022 (Thu) 15:50:10 [Preview] No.15061 del
You could use LocalStorage.


Or fetch it on refresh via PHP from the server.

Anonymous 06/11/2022 (Sat) 04:27:33 [Preview] No.15062 del
Maybe try using Flexbox for CSS?

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Best Vpn? Anonymous 11/16/2021 (Tue) 20:22:50 [Preview] No. 14893 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What's the best VPN in terms of:

Usable on windows/linux/mac

no logs

Accepts payment privately and doesn't log any payment details?
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Anonymous 01/31/2022 (Mon) 04:35:09 [Preview] No.14945 del
I use mullvad and ivpn

Anonymous 04/13/2022 (Wed) 10:13:40 [Preview] No.15029 del
Use tor, i2p, lokinet, freenet, gnunet or Mullvad VPN (if you must)


Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:38:06 [Preview] No.15045 del
You can never be sure that VPN is really not logging anything but if I would have to choose a VPN, I would choose Mullvad and nothing else.

Remember that VPN only gives you privacy. For anonymity use Tor or any other anonymity network depending on what your country/ISP allows.

Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:40:49 [Preview] No.15046 del
Be careful with this one. When using Freenet you are hosting everything that you will ever come across, which means you can easily host CP without even knowing that. All it takes is some troll posting that on perfectly legal site. Depending on the country you can get in trouble for that so it's much better to use Tor or I2P.

Anonymous 05/21/2022 (Sat) 12:08:59 [Preview] No.15057 del
mullvad VPN

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Literally No Reason To Not Use Windows 10 Anonymous 11/14/2020 (Sat) 02:06:04 [Preview] No. 14460 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
And you're telling me you can't afford a $200 PC from the past 5 years that will run it seamlessly? Sell your 15 year old Thinkpads that can't even into AVX or non-fixed pipeline GPUs.
Have you anything to hide? No one cares about you. You aren't developing anything significant. You aren't a threat to the current ecosystem. You aren't a terrorist/spy/lone-wolf actor. FVEY has better places to spend its resources on. You're already being watched with facial recognition, Low-Earth orbit imagery satellites, and backbone-level deep-packet inspection.
You can disable the telemetry in settings. Go a step further too and get the Enterprise edition with minimal software preinstalled.
In the beginning? Sure, but now its quite stable, and you'll be hardpressed to come across any problems. Linux, on the other hand, presents you with hours of work, ranging from broken audio to missing files to a lack of hardware and application support.
You're paying for consistent updates and almost full support for any and every application in existence. The user experience and interface is only beaten by Mac OS from Apple, and is lightyears ahead of anything Linux could bring to the table.
You don't take advantage of FOSS. You've never looked into the software to determine how it works.
And Stallman is a foot-eating pedophile. Separate the art from the artist.
Windows is utilitarian with a focus on getting shit done. It won't waste your time with hundreds of customizable options and features. It just works. Imagine spending 10 minutes writing assembly code every time you wanted to use your microwave. The people who use windows only care about the applications inside of it, not stupid crap like sub-pixel rendering and kernel parameters.
Your elitism is nothing. "Normal" people are happy, fulfilled, and have their heads on straight. You on the other hand have spent countless hours behind a screen, posting on strictly anonymous websites, angry about the state of the world and how you're so much better than everyone else.
>FUCK YOU!1!!!1!

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Anonymous 02/02/2022 (Wed) 11:54:54 [Preview] No.14952 del
> The user experience and interface


Anonymous 04/13/2022 (Wed) 10:18:53 [Preview] No.15030 del
All useds of Botnet 10 and Botnet 11 should just install a Linux distro that has Xfce4 (like Xubuntu), switch the taskbar to the bottom and install Chicago95 gtk theme. Then they need to install Gnome Software (or better Synaptic package manager GUI) and perhaps Wine or Proton.

Anonymous 05/17/2022 (Tue) 13:28:42 [Preview] No.15051 del
>And you're telling me you can't afford a $200 PC from the past 5 years that will run it seamlessly
There is no such thing as free RAM. If you don't use your RAM, it's used for disk cache or may help you in future with holding more software. I've been working with 2+ simultaneous VMs and other memory hungry software (just like parallel/ultra quality compressors), that's why I use my customised Linux installation that gets like 200-300 megabytes of memory (with all the daemons and graphics) on startup instead of MS bloatware that typically eats 1+ GB of RAM nowadays with much less trim down options. While Ubuntu kids who use Electron software squeal for their RAM and ask for more swap, I have all the RAM i can need on every resource-constrained environment I get into.

>Have you anything to hide?
Sure, I live in an authoritarian country (come to Russia, China or anything alike, I dare you) that's gonna go full totalitarian any moment. Even if I did live in a free country, a very slim attack surface is a very handy thing. Besides, everyone has their dirty little secrets. Or not so dirty, like that email recovery question or a credit card security code.
>You're already being watched with facial recognition, Low-Earth orbit imagery satellites, and backbone-level deep-packet inspection.
As long as they can't see my thoughts, it's not a reason to give up all the privacy.

>Sure, but now its quite stable
And that's why every nonliteral Windows user asks me to unfuck their PCs fucked up with clogged autorun, lots of shitty Chrome extensions, to make their alt-shift keyboard layout changing combination work with both alts, to unfuck their games not starting and showing cryptic errors due to missing libraries or some other shit and the list goes on and on ending with missing drivers on a typical fresh Windows install. Who could imagine?

>Linux, on the other hand, presents you with hours of work
Not quite. Every 'work' a casual user would need is to install a non-free driver if the free one's not the thing they want. Or doing the intial customization to suit the needs (which can be eeasily automated by literally copying the dotfiles or /etc/ configuration). And no unfucking routines like these you have on Windows.

>You're paying for consistent updates and almost full support for any and every application in existence.
Show me my bills for Linux then.

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Anonymous 05/17/2022 (Tue) 13:32:56 [Preview] No.15052 del
>You don't take advantage of FOSS.
I do. All my everyday programs are FOSS, my Linux system has custom scripts and settings for me and I did things that are hard or impossible to do on an everyday Windows PC. Moreover, I'm gonna buy a small cheap ARM computer (and maybe even two) which will have full support of my everyday software. If the future is bright (or not so bright), I might be thinking of changing my computer to a RISC-V or MIPS based one without losing almost any of my software use cases, the switch will be seamless.

>You've never looked into the software to determine how it works.
I did. In fact, I do it on a constant basis and even when riddling around with Windows fuckups of others' I use methods I got with my Linux experience (like using strace).

>And Stallman is a foot-eating pedophile. Separate the art from the artist.
Stallman being a foot eating pedophile does not interfere with GCC and Emacs being great software since Stallman makes no fools of his code' users, just granting (and not forcing) them fruit of his work. He explicitly states the the user is free to use his code in every way possible if they respect the rights of other users, that's what the 4 freedoms are all about.
And here's Gates who sees himself ad a shepherd of the sheeple, always telling the others what to do and restricting their freedoms in one on another way, all while forcing his software through shady agreements, i.e. the school ones. That's what the shittiness of MS (besides managerial bullshit leaving lots of code that matters in unmaintained and unmaintainable state) is, not the public image, but the treatment of the customers.

>Windows is utilitarian with a focus on getting shit done.
If Windows would be utilitarian, it would have a decent shell and a whole lot of shell programs, at least boasting a BusyBox alternative. That's how shit is done. And even if it is "utilitarian", these gigabytes of RAM and hard drive storage eaten by Windows have to be explained, since no program that does one thing and does it well eats up that much. The thing is that most Windows parts were (and are) actually customizable (and they are under the hood), but the shepherds of the sheeple restricted most of that or either did a lot of settings no one actually uses, but the manager almighty wants. AFAIR, moving the panel in Windows 11 is now non-negotiable, something that even Windows 95 could do.
The very concept of "utilitarian" is intertwined to some extent with the UNIX concept of simple programs that do one thing and do it well. Yet a lot of classic UNIX programs boast configurability in the same package. Most of that configurability is done by the shell, while the other part is dictated by the users who code the software, not managers who use another OS at home and don't really care about their product. Each way UNIX systems win, (yet a simple do one thing and do it well approach is the thing that should be preferred, since there is the common glue - the unix shell).

>Imagine spending 10 minutes writing assembly code
Ever written assembly code? I guess you have no idea about the assembly. Why would you mention things you have no idea about?

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Anonymous 05/19/2022 (Thu) 02:23:43 [Preview] No.15056 del
I mean OP is most likely a troll but you're pretty much right

>There is no reason for me to switch to Windows.

Just use Wine to emulate anything windows related.

Email Service don't require phone number Anonymous 02/18/2022 (Fri) 06:26:40 [Preview] No. 14981 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Email Service don't require phone number:
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Anonymous 03/02/2022 (Wed) 23:00:05 [Preview] No.14997 del
>if it's not haxx0r l33t mail it's lame
that's pretty much how the internet tech groups work
bunch of gatekeepers shitting on the new options just because they don't own a HAM radio

Anonymous 03/03/2022 (Thu) 02:13:32 [Preview] No.14998 del
I have had a hell of a time trying to find mail that is deepweb only. I do not want my email to even accidentally touch the clearweb.

Anonymous 03/07/2022 (Mon) 20:47:47 [Preview] No.15000 del
braindead take

Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:26:47 [Preview] No.15040 del
Technically you are right that clearnet email is not secure, but if you are using Tor and PGP then you are secure against most threats.

For truly sensitive conversations you shouldn't use email anyway. XMPP with OMEMO (or Tox for easier configuration) is much better.

Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:31:32 [Preview] No.15041 del
Did you try TorBox?

It's fully on Tor from what I see.