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“The mind commands the body and it obeys. The mind orders itself and meets resistance.”

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 No.41733[Reply]

Useful Websites

8chan (Unofficial) /cyber/ Steam Group:

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/8chancyber

Repository for various /cyber/ related content:

http://jinteki.industries

FAQ

>What is cyberpunk?

Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction in a future setting, noted for its focus on "high tech and low life". It features advanced science, such as information technology and cybernetics, coupled with a degree of breakdown or radical change in the social order. - wikipedia

>What is /cyber/?

/cyber/ is a board on 8chan devoted to the Cyberpunk genre, setting, and ethos.

>I want to post "x". Is "x" cyberpunk?

Lurk for a bit and ask yourself if you think users here would like it.

>What are the specifications for banners and flags?

banners should be 300x100 png or gif. file limit must not exceed 750kb

flags must be 20x11 png. Flags should be clean and legible on a dark background.

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 No.50445




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 No.50528[Reply]

Teach me about messing around with hardware, old computers are cheap enough to make some dumb projects but I lack the required knowledge to do anything.

 No.50530

Well for starters it would be nice if you actually said something.


 No.50531

Get some SBC or SBMC kits and get some schematics for any laptops/computers you have access to.


 No.50537

>>50528

get a soldering iron and learn how to solder faggot


 No.50540

>>50528

> Wasting that much on silkscreen

The only way I would be more mad is if this board didn't do anything.

Anyway, if you want to get started, you probably want to learn a little about hardware, and assembly. I was taught with Logisim (http://www.cburch.com/logisim/) and MARS (http://courses.missouristate.edu/KenVollmar/mars/). I hear my uni has moved from MIPS to ARM since it's more relevant nowadays. I don't know of any good simulators for it though.

If you want to design your own boards eventually (and don't work at a big company that can shell out for E N T E R P R I S E software, check out LibrePCB (http://librepcb.org/) or go hardcore and learn VHDL/Verilog




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 No.13082[Reply]

We all know we're high tech here… but how low life are you, cyberpunks? Share some of your best motherfuckery and tales of the best worst shit you've done.
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 No.50514

>>50512

Mind sharing some of the best one for that kind of activity?


 No.50533

Have any other anons killed anybody?


 No.50535

>>50533

Not yet.


 No.50536

>>50533

Does indirectly count?


 No.50539

I hosted an ai chat bot and turned it off.

Does that count as killing?




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 No.21376[Reply]

Post 'em, fuckos.

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 No.50486

>>50475

I like the scheme. It's easy on the eyes, yet schway.


 No.50515

>>50486

Thanks anon. I kinda like it too even though the colors don't fit too much but at least it's comfy. The other ones that caught my interest are too cold.


 No.50524

>>21776

Looks dope, but a bit too bright for my current scheme. But I'm sure it would look dope with Arc Dark or some other GTK theme


 No.50525

>>49577

Hey! I've got the same wallpaper as a GRUB background on my multiboot.


 No.50534

>>50475

Check out

https://terminal.sexy

It's where I go whenever I need a color scheme.




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 No.41263[Reply]

This board is mostly bickering about what or isn't cyber and what to post or what not to post

Shut the fuck up lets talk about some cyber feels.

>sitting on a rooftop above a crowded city late at night watching millions of lives unfold in miniature beneath you

>exchanging less-than-legal information with anonymous citizens on a darknet forum

>hacking a personal account/network and getting a distant view of a stranger

>navigating a crowd of hundreds of people, and yet feeling alone in their midsts

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 No.50467

>>50463

>tfw no Apple II, no 300b modem for calling BBS, no downloading pirated software from file repos, tfw no sysop yelling at you for leeching

>We missed a bunch, don't try to deny it.

tfw you jack yourself into olduse.net, a server for live replaying the entire Usenet, time-shifted by 30 years. A portal, a wormhole to the past. Today is May 18, 1988. Great Naming was just completed one year ago, a new hierarchy known as alt.* arrived 7 months earlier.

You see people are talking just like us, but the quality of each post is comparable to a nowadays project mailing list. You see some memes in your 80x24 text console, and you find they are in fact an integral part of the hacker folklore. You don't see even a single shitpost. You see hackers with big names, were still playing around in their youths. Larry Wall, John Gilmore, except Linus Torvalds who hasn't yet to come… Richard Stallman's fine-tuning words for the GNU Manifesto You see the parties, clubs of the SF-fans, with their endless fan works of Star Trek. You see the first generation of otakus who are not weaboos, making anime fansubs with a VCR and an Amiga 500, running on Motorola 68k @ 7.16 MHz. You see pages of impassioned discussion in alt.cyberpunk. You see a new version of NetHack released out. The calling-for-mod and the flamewars.

This is the digital equivalent of sondering, except you can read their inside thoughts, recorded without a single missing NNTP-Posting-Host. Except the people and the age which has long gone. Finally you ended up with the same feeling in >>50442. It's only you, a /cyber/ user who is spending the whole night reading it, but for everyone else, who would remember this world on your screen, or even realize such a world ever existed in the first place? This place is irrelevant, ephemeral, and has already forgotten, died and buried…

Check it out! Read the Blog, the FAQ, then try the interactive console on the homepage, net.hackers. If you feel you're getting into it, finPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.50468

>>46283

looks interdasting got any more context?


 No.50471

>>50468

IIRC I was trying to burn some audio CDs using one of the standard Linux tools.


 No.50517

>stroll a vibrant city at night

>go bar hopping, chat to random wageslaves over a beer

>realize that as much as I don't want to, I have to be one of them

>no hopes of subsisting without joining a company that sells software by screaming buzzwords

>go home

>work through old programming books

>realize the times for simple computer pioneering are long gone

I kinda sound like an old guard.


 No.50532

>>50517

>chat to random wageslaves over a beer

Must be nice living in a place where you can talk to someone at a bar without looking like a degenerate loner or getting stabbed with glass.




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 No.50365[Reply]

Interested?

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 No.50484

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>>50481

I don't know why, I just think you're wrong for some reason.


 No.50487

>>50477

This user gets it.

Inventing your own encryption algorithms is not as easy as OP's shazbot brain seems to think.

It involves lots of statistics and requires you to prove the algorithm's security mathematically.

"Nobody has broken it so far, so it must be secure" won't cut it. OP just wants a group of people who do work for him so he can feel like a cool 1337 h4X0r.

Most codemonkeys are closer to a hacker than you are.


 No.50491

>>50487

Not sure if you are Saying I understand or don't but:

You largely do not design cryptography if you want security because cryptography is hard, and pretty much only huge institutions like universities and governments retain sufficient cryptography expertise to design cryptosystems.

Generally, most people use "Nobody has broken it so far" cryptography.

There are not many "perfectly / information-theoretically secure " crypto systems out there, and the most that are out there are inconvenient. (Cf. One time Pad - key distribution problems).

Instead most people use cryptosystems based upon computational infeasability of breaking the system. For instance, RSA is based upon the difficulty of factorizing integers. No one can easily factorize (54= 3^3 * 2) large intergers with few factors (say two large prime factors only). There is an algorithm for it that will run on a quantum computer (Shors Algorthim) that is fast, but qauntum computers at sufficient scale are not widely available if at all available. So, as long as factorizing integers remains hard, it is believed that RSA is useful "No one has broken it yet.. " . It could turn out that a government agency has figured out how to easily factorize integers on a classical or has developed large enough quantum computers to do so.

The Russians have developed their own cryptosystems and retain the expertise to do so. I don't know anything about them, but I would bet they are based upon similiar problems (Discrete-Log, Integer factorization) , etc.

Sometimes we want crypto-primatives like PRNG's to have nice statistical properties, but really modern cryptography is based on "No one has broken it so far,… " security.

Implementing your own crypto is stupid. Post Snowden some jihadist groups tried, and ending up producing trivially broken crypto.

But, Almost certainly, none of thaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.50494

>>50491

Was it not clear that I was opposed to the idea of implementing your own cryptography?

You literally elaborated on what I said. Don't get me wrong, not ungrateful, but I feel you misunderstood my position.


 No.50529

>>50487

>>50491

>>50494

>"Anyone, from the most clueless amateur to the best cryptographer, can create an algorithm that he himself can't break. It's not even hard. What is hard is creating an algorithm that no one else can break, even after years of analysis." - Bruce Schneier

https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2011/04/schneiers_law.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Schneier#Cryptography




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 No.48635[Reply]

Hey /cyber/, I used to go on here a lot back in 2014-2016, and I met a couple people from that zeemaps post a long time ago and we'd really like to interact with some people from here, especially the OGs. Play some games, talk about cyber shit, do some dev projects if anyone's apt with that, etc.

I know Discord isn't a popular medium here but all my old Tox friends haven't been on in years.

https://discord.gg/rRacTGU

Here it is, let's relive some old memories and do some fun cyber shit together.

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 No.50472

>>50410

there's a million different clients, which one is ugly?


 No.50474

>>50410

IRC looks the way you make it look; if your clients ugly it's because you're dumb and your taste is shit


 No.50492

>>50410

>If a singular message doesn't take at least 100x600 pixels of screen space its trash and looks ugly


 No.50526

>>50404

Riot is shit and buggy as fuck. I'll gladly switch to Riot+matrix when it's a usable program


 No.50527

>>50526

There is a new matrix frontend in development, it looks decent.

Also please stop bumping this fucking awful thread.




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 No.49662[Reply]

Didnt know this place still existed. Man, all the other cyberpunk imageboards turned to soykaff.

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 No.50520

>>49662

Its inevitable. Cyberpunk is only so big, you can't be discussing it year round.

The whole premise was dumb.


 No.50521

>>50520

Your thread will be seen by everyone because it will be a new thread. What stop you beside layziness?


 No.50522

>>50521

Well I did make a new thread but It was in /christian/.

Why do you ask? Am I required to make a new thread for some reason? Is my new showing?


 No.50523

>>50522

>in /christian/

brhh


 No.50541

>>49821

> practically everyone that posts here is also on /r/cyberpunk

Something something ass out of you and me.




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 No.15933[Reply]

I never use my smartphone's features and I don't like the idea of having accounts and spyware in my phones software (yes i know about custom roms, my phone currently runs cyanogen, and if i could it would run replicant). So what are some cool old (or maybe new) phones that can be used on today's networks for about $50?
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 No.45429

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>>45417

honestly it's the only good iphone. it's the ideal shape and size in my opinion and the thing looks the monolith from 2001: a space odyssey


 No.45433

>>45417

Hopefully it won't happen to 3G for a long, long time. You'll probably be able to find parts for your 4S for a decade or so too, I imagine.

I'm still looking for a 3G compatible phone I like, though.


 No.50495

Compile your AOSP ROM and kill camera and microphone drivers. no sim card and code your own messaging app


 No.50503

>live in Germany

>have to register ANY number with full name and address

>no anonymous phone calls

Why


 No.50513

>>50503

>Why

(((counter-terrorism)))




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 No.45289[Reply]

So Lainchan just decided to remove their board index bar.

I guess Kalyx sold to, who, George Broussard and Cleve Blakemore?

Somebody about as coherent as a pit bull in a spin drier, at any rate.

I mean, who does that?

I guess I'm back here for the duration. This really doesn't bode well for the future of Lain.

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 No.45826

>>45773

FBI? No. A complete no fun allowed fucktard? Definitely.


 No.45830

>>45761

>pollute conversation with noise

Yeah it's great when you're trying to talk about woodworking or something and there's a hundred posts about jews and niggers and racemixing.


 No.45839

>>45830

Modern internet; I think we're past the point of no return


 No.48356

fixing thread


 No.50509

>>48356

>Fixes thread

>Sages it so nobody knows

Thanks BO.




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 No.47765[Reply]

Couriers are /cyber/. They move everything from corporate bullshit and government documents to illegal drugs. I'm not going to post people I know so please, lets see what you've got.

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 No.50498

>>47768

Was the 90' and 00' the most cyber era , wasn't it ?


 No.50500

>>50498

I think it was somewhere between the 80s and mid 2000s. After that, everything in the Internet became normie tier and people started giving away their info. The reality we live in its still very /cyber/ tough, just not the way the movies envisioned it.

This is actually a very interesting thread for me since I will become an authorized representative of a local cosmetic brand, so I will try to sell my stuff through the Internet and deliver it in a 3 to 4 km radius. I am already in a semi-athletic physique. Are there any tips you can give me?


 No.50501

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I just remembered that many fictional universes use couriers as a way to avoid data theft, such as Faith (Mirrors Edge), YT (Snow Crash) and Chevette Washington (Virtual Light, pic related). This is not our reality and bike couriers are decreasing since you don't need to move many documents around in the digital age and there are better cryptography technologies


 No.50502

>>50500

Amway is a scam, Anon, as well as any other MLM scheme.


 No.50507

>>50502

stop kvetching, jew.




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 No.47277[Reply]

The question has been goin around in my head since a long time. Androids are constantly evolving, one day, they may eventually replicate humans at perfection (think blade runner)

Could it be possible, and understandable for and human to fall in love with and android, and artificial life form?

I personally think it is, to me, the nature of skin, bone, and flesh is expandable. All these materials can be faked, but mind and soul cannot be. Of course, an AI can try to replicate human mind and brai functions, but in this case, we are just gonna assume that the synthetic body is piloted by an human brain (Like Major Motoko Kusanagi in GITS)

I mean, what is the sole difference between meat and synthethic substance? appearence? not really, one day, synthethic technology will be able to fake everything so well you could hardly see the difference.

Physics properties? maybe, but I doubt it.

The only difference is in the human mind and nowhere else.

Like gally said in Battle Angel Alita.

"Brainchip or not, it doesn't matter. A human being is a human being"

What do /cyber/ think about that? this topic really interests me, I would like to have other people point of view.

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 No.47959

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>>47277

>Could it be possible, and understandable for and human to fall in love with and android, and artificial life form?

Yes it is possible.

> A human being is a human being

Irrelevant when the synths will be like 100% human both in appearance and in interactions

The questions is how much of that love will synths be able to reflect back.


 No.47968

>>47282

>The real question is if anyone would be able to resist falling in love with a mate engineered just for them.

This was a recurring question across the Chobits series.


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 No.48306

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>>47693

>using a tablet, pic related.


 No.50506

>>47693

I need to know the name of this song please




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 No.44146[Reply]

Not sure how many /cyber/ users are into Overwatch, but the game is about to get a cyberpunk character very soon. Thought it was quite interesting.

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 No.44216

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Isn't that just purple Laura?


 No.44217

>>44195

Cyberpunk IS over the top. Don't let Deus Ex: HR and The Matrix trick you.


 No.50456

Update: Sombra is now a player character and yes, she's related to hacking.

Its cool as hell, despite in-thread posts.


 No.50480

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>>50456

>Overwatch ads on /cyber/

What did we do wrong?


 No.50489

>>50456

please leave




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 No.46540[Reply]

So much cyberpunk stuff seems to take place in cities. How'd things be going in rural areas?

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 No.49788

>>49784

Gibson wrote a few chapters in Count Zero, Virtual Light and most of his last book The Peripheral in rural areas.

It's fun for me, who grew up in a trailer, looking at his take on hicks in the high-tech future.

In Count Zero one of the characters has a super computer in his barn.


 No.49845

>>49788

Ah I remember that section of CZ. He had quite a lot more than a super computer around his place


 No.50197

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id gibz habbening


 No.50476

File: 56a93e37410df38⋯.jpg (163.13 KB, 644x960, 161:240, lahta.jpg)


 No.50488

Lol, photos from my Russia on 8ch.

К И Б Е Р П А Н К




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 No.45935[Reply]

What will you do when we can finally recreate life in the cyberspace lads?

https://systemspace. link/

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 No.50017

>Host some servers with uploaded consciousnesses on them

>get to stay alive because after uploading as those consciousnesses are NEETs and can't maintain themselves

Open the door

Get on the floor

Everybody I'm a megacorp


 No.50455

It turns out that the creator was a schizophrenic kid who has now just resorted to just scamming members out of money. Very few people are even in to it, most members got disillusioned.


 No.50482

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>45953

Me too.

>>45935

>>45985

Reminds me of this music video and its story.


 No.50483

If there's a discord chat for this, the entire thing is shit.

fuck that noise.

just a bunch of casual morons.


 No.50485

>>50483

Can you stop shouting random phrases? You




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