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File: cf20c9780012ced⋯.jpg (105.25 KB, 592x592, 1:1, serveimage.jpg)

 No.924295[Reply]

What is the least compromised darknet? What is the best one that you can run a standalone website from?

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 No.938980

>>938978

Some fags on IRC I think.


 No.938983

>>938978

[k00l] is a pack of 13 year old slav niggers who shit all over /tech/ constantly with their tripfaggotry. they bring nothing of value to the board or life


 No.938992

>>938978

Apparently they came from cuckchan after someone told them google captcha's were bad, and they made their way to the templeos irc and discovered tripfaggotry.


 No.939240

>>938978

BO banned tripfagging, avatar fagging, etc.

so instead of cuteposter this is what we get.


 No.939252

>>939240

You can just ignore all trips. I don't understand why this is a problem for anyone on /tech/.




File: 40366f8a094c718⋯.jpg (53.17 KB, 640x430, 64:43, Android-vs-Apple.jpg)

 No.917017[Reply]

The phone market is garbage, we're basically left with the choice between cancer and aids.

why isn't there a 3rd option? where is Gentoo for phones?!

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 No.938939

>>917025

>Not understanding you can parkour with a phone in your pocket but not a rugged laptop

Portability is key, besides we can try https://itsfoss.com/open-source-alternatives-android/

>>917168

>>917184

Learn 2 chipbag so you only show up when you need to

>>917371

And now you see the issue of the Jew

>>918058

What do you expect from Jews?


 No.938948

>>938939

What is chip bagging?


 No.939075

File: 7a4d75de9a14667⋯.jpg (36.22 KB, 450x450, 1:1, k2-_58bb0a37-5b64-4ed0-94b….jpg)

>>918821

>burgers can't just buy 10€ prepaid simcards

Oh yes we can.

And activate without ID.

And purchase with cash.


 No.939079

>>917039

Just get Tizen OS. It's less AIDS than Android and Apple.


 No.939082

>>917025

A phone does not have to be botnet, or at least not the OS running on it, hell, phones don't need to be "phones" anymore, I'd be happy to have one without a SIM card slot, there is nothing wrong with carrying a powerful computer that fits in your pocket, that's empowering if anything else, as long as it's not a botnet like GNoogle/Android and iPhone.




 No.912792[Reply]

What software should we have at [current year] but for some reason don't? Why aren't you working on making them a reality?

- Attractive FOSS frontend for Matrix, so we can say final goodbye to Discord.

- Programs that can properly replace Photoshop and other adobe software. As a piece of software Gimp and Krita and Inkscape and the likes are just completely inferior in every way other than some minor advantages.

- Some kind of online documents/spreadsheets that can replace google docs. Ideally combined with git mechanics and syntax highlighting if you add code. Even better if it can double as a wiki-like website.

- Imageboard software that's fast, has all the hip features you could ask for, fully functions without js, and isn't made with PHP or other pajeet tools.

- Non-shit frontend for NNTPchan.

- A web browser that isn't dependent on firefox or chrome, respects your privacy, and doesn't send any information anywhere without you knowing. Ideally it should have privacy tools like uMatrix out of the box.

- Something like wordpress that allows you to make easily editable websites for people, except it's less shit and includes common features out of the box so you don't have to download 50 plugins for simple things.

I've been prototyping some programs with the hope of competing with adobe's shit in some distant future, but too early to show yet.

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 No.939023

>>913940

You’re describing Tox.


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 No.939039

>>939026

Executing non-free just makes me hornier, I must admit. It's about the danger and excitement you know. It's not mentioned a lot but dowm on the West Coast where I live we have these parties and orgies where we execute it together in a group to see who catches some virus. It's called bugchasing, you can research it


 No.939043

>>939039

Well in the Pacific northwest, we don't do any of that gay shit.


 No.939052

>>939010

Still not as good as proprietary options.

Also all free android music players suck, nothing is close to Poweramp




File: 46904108fac3718⋯.jpg (7.58 KB, 400x400, 1:1, Z4QE8kHL_400x400.jpg)

 No.908595[Reply]

Matrix is an open standard for inter-operable, decentralized, real-time communication over IP. It can be used to power Instant Messaging, VoIP/WebRTC signalling, Internet of Things communication - or anywhere you need a standard HTTP API for publishing and subscribing to data whilst tracking the conversation history.

Matrix defines the standard, and provides open source reference implementations of Matrix-compatible Servers, Clients, Client SDKs and Application Services to help you create new communication solutions or extend the capabilities and reach of existing ones.

>What is it

Matrix is a FreeSource federated chat protocol with features similar to Discord, introduced in 2014.

Federated means that you can host your own homeservers and join chatrooms/channels hosted on other servers . This is similar to sending emails from Gmail to Yahoo or placing phonecalls from Verizon to Softbank.

>Is it safe

You can encrypt your messages with a key that's only ever stored on your device, so you don't even necessary need to trust the chat servers.

This feature is currently in Beta.

>What's the advantage over IRC

You can post images, videos, upload files and you don't need to run a client or relay server to remain online. Chat logs are served automatically should the room owner choose to enable them.

Servers can also enable an IRC-bridge feature which allows you to join IRC networks, like Rizon, using the server as a persistent relay.

Separate from this, there is also support for mirroring your existing IRC channels into a Matrix Room in order. This creates a chat room that can be accessed from either IRC or Matrix with all the messages posted from either available to everyone.

>What's the advantage over Discord

Matrix is for Straight People.

You also get better security, ability to have a nPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.936947

Real talk. If one of your features is being federated, then your reference server implementation has to be good. I'm not about to host some resource hogging python pile just for a chat protocol.

>but you can just use their server

Negates the whole decentralized nature. The whole reason I like XMPP is because I don

't have to rely on someone else to host the server, I know mine won't just suddenly go offline forever one day like other services.

Matrix seems like it could be good but I'll wait for more development on all fronts. Everything they have (server and clients) seems so quickly hacked together. It doesn't constrast well with mature and lean XMPP software.


 No.937017

>>936947

You could always not federate the server or only federate with servers you want to join and it's not that resource heavy. I had one running on a pi3 for a while with no issues before I migrated it to my server.


 No.938693

Quaternion seems like a nice client (apart from inability to register a nick and manual gathering of DLLs for Windows). Is there any sign of botnet?

>inb4 something about Windows and botnet

Irreverent.


 No.938942

>>938693

What fucking retard thought it would be a good idea to name a chat client 'Quaternion'?


 No.938945

>>914523

I'm not a tox user but it probably works like retroshare, you need a friend to be in the group chat and the messages are basically proxied by them to the others who are not in your friends list, either that or it uses tor, either way https://tox.chat makes it very clear that only nodes you explicitly added to your friends list connect directly to you.




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 No.936617[Reply]

How many devices do you own that are not y2038 compliant? For me its just my router since I got a 64-bit Android device.

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 No.937267

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 No.937271

>>936617

>android router

are you retarded? routers are meant to be secure!


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 No.937436

>>936662

That's why you update the OS's time function, all well behaved software should then transparently receive the benefit. Software that does its own datekeeping is broken by design.


 No.938846

They could've made a separate variable to store a year offset. You can still do that so the kernels and programs would think they're in 1972 but your software would show 2040 and change behaviour depending on the offset value. Though you'd have to make every software do this, at least the governments and companies don't have to move from 32bit so no hardware changes are necessary.




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 No.938194[Reply]

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 No.938829

>>938797

>There are people who aren't blocking domains at the router level


 No.938831

>>938829

>there are people that aren't blocking domains at the ISP level


 No.938836

That's old news!

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCI-gugcObE

>Addon Stylish sammelt Daten

>addon stylish collects data

However I'm not mad at you for being retarded OP, desu~


 No.938838

>06.01.2017

>6th January 2017


 No.939372

>>938194

what a surprise, some hipster bullshit plugin for web browsers is insecure

>>938196

no they fucking don't look ok on paper. just this board is full of retard niggers

>>938204

of course the tripfag uses this bullshit. of course the tripfag is surprised that it's crap




File: 74b21510cf31c0f⋯.gif (631.15 KB, 512x481, 512:481, Help.gif)

 No.937937[Reply]

What is the outlook for finding a programming job straight out of college?

Can community college suffice or do you need the degree meme to get anywhere with it?

Obviously location is a big factor, but generally around a major western city what are your chances?

I'm seeing the at least 3 years of job experience meme over and over again. Doesn't look too encouraging.

Last thing I want is to end up working minimum wage after college.

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 No.938709

>>938535

>I have one female coworker and she does just fine.

I'm sure she gets all the help she needs from the white knights of the office, probably you.


 No.938803

>>938709

stop projecting, incel cuck


 No.938812

>>938803

Namefags are the worst cancer. Please return to cuckchan.


 No.938814

>>938803

you're somehow even worse than the incels. didn't think that's possible


 No.938949

>>938803

shut the fuck up tripfag and go unironically hang yourself already




File: 0de10642015587a⋯.gif (426.87 KB, 500x513, 500:513, mario-sleeping.gif)

 No.937454[Reply]

Attempts at standardizing userlands is long forgotten, now a mess, attempts at standardizing graphical interfaces is mostly forgotten, now a mess, attempts at standardizing inits is still being fought, is a mess as of now. It's the UNIX way and the community doesn't want to do anything about it. It's best to accept that we will continue to opt for the most bloated, least sane choices for whatever small reason to justify them until we end up with literal Windows and macOS clones.

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 No.938079

There's no point in standardizing userlands any more, every OS and distro has its own ideas and (if commercial) lock-ins to make switching difficult. Red Hat's a total mess of filth now, big surprise that the government's favorite Linux is trash.


 No.938246

>>937899

For once, the macfag is right.


 No.938612

File: cabcf69166998a9⋯.webm (330.22 KB, 640x512, 5:4, 1511395906.webm)

>want a desktop environment that just works

>want minimalism in code and packages

>want configuration to be simple

>want standardization

>want no botnet shit

It hurts. You could theoretically just take bits and pieces of what already exists that you can trust, and replace the bloated, unauditable shit with your own work, but the real dilemma is that nobody has the time for that and web browsers throw a wrench into that plan by being so damn bloated that you could never write your own even if you wanted to (and I don't) and still be capable of browsing the normalfag sites that you might need down the line. HTML, JS, CSS have all gotten way out of hand. All the desktop environments are either too bloated or don't do what I want. I hate Linux just as much as I hate Windows and Mac. Fucking CIA niggers ruin everything. There's simply no way to trust anything. I think Qubes, live distros, or having a separate machine for each purpose is the right idea at this point, but I really wish to go back to having just one computer, running one operating system, and just having things work the way I want them to. Preferably without the blue pill. A man can dream.

>>937569

First thing I do in GIMP is enable single window mode.


 No.938653

>>937458

Actually taking the time to read this book. So far, a lot of it is stuff that's pretty obvious nowadays, but I think it still might be worth a read. Thank you anon - I think more or less the entire industry (webdevs and UNIX lovers alike) has forgotten how to make good, clean, intuitive, and lean software. I never really loved Macs, but I think their use of skeuomorphism (they call them "metaphors" in the book) was always really charming.


 No.938686

File: 5b45b1550ff231f⋯.png (507.34 KB, 847x424, 847:424, Standing The Test of Time.png)

>>938612

>muh browser

In thinking about this over the years, I imagine the only real solution is since the security/threading/process management in "today's" VAX-derived OSs are such shit to stuff the entire thing inside a tiny, tightly written, mature RTOS (i.e.: QNX, OS-9, VxWorks, etc.). Once this was done, chop every tiny part of the browser when running (individual elements like text streams, images, stylesheets, scripts etc.) into separate processes atop the RTOS kernel, which would protect the host OS from having to directly touching the morass of filth inside the browser. This would allow better scaling of the browser's features, far finer threading, better separation of security, stricter control over scheduling for interactivity, and make it impossible for an entire page (let alone the whole browser) to slow down the host OS/crash/leak memory from a single corrupt or malignant asset.

>>938653

While I've always had a special fondness for the specific designs chosen for System 7-era Macs, I think the main lesson to take is simply the idea of HIGs themselves: Write a HIG, keep it as much the same as you can for as long as possible, and ensure every whether 1st or 3rd party conforms to it.




 No.938108[Reply]

Not so long ago, Russian President instructed to develop a new law aimed at combating VPN and all sorts of CGI proxies, which allow to get to the forbidden resources. And, 8 June, the State Duma was introduced corresponding project on the basis of which should be followed by the mass bans VPN and use other ways to bypass the blocking of banned sites. However, there are a number of questions to which answers need to know each active user to the Internet.

How this will work

is very simple. The law provides for a ban on the VPN-services, etc. resources to allow access to sites banned in Russia any Russian user. If they do not fulfill this requirement, their IP-addresses will be blocked. That's all.

Tor

The most popular browser that is used to circumvent the ban, also falls within the scope of the law. If it is not met requirements imposed by law, its servers very quickly block and use it no longer be possible.

Search Engines

on the search engines will also be under pressure. They will be obliged to exclude from the search results sites banned in Russia. It is likely to be adopted as another law prohibiting the search engines to give all any reference to the words "free" and other pronouncements. For non-compliance - a fine of up to 0.7 million rubles.

Work VPN

Many companies in the offices set your VPN. Worry it is not necessary, because the access to their networks are only employees, which is why an exception would be made for them, as it says in the new bill. At least for now it is.

This is the end?

Bypass the lock will still be possible. Simply, it becomes even more difficult. Generally, it is possible that the project is modified or new release in the near future, and then to circumvent the prohibitions will not be the slightest chance. But in the form in which the project is presented now, it leaves a small loophole. For example,Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.938438

>>938421

Not really, I just visited Kremlin website with Tor and didn't even get 403 or captcha. Countrywide IP blocklists are one-way only, certain sites might block Tor on individual basis, there's an explanation of how it works in GoodbyeDPI's documentation. When a computer within network of Russian ISP with installed DPI hardware requests a blocked address or domain name, the DPI box immediately sends spoofed answer. To circumvent this, you have to drop the first packet and accept the second one which originates from real DNS server, dead ass simple, and they spent something like 2 million dollars on developing this system.

https://github.com/ValdikSS/GoodbyeDPI

It is different for chinese firewall however, which usually drops connection originating from exit nodes without even allowing to reach a web server, however, chinese sites I frequent, load after few tries.


 No.938454

Those who wish to trade liberty for false sense of security deserve neither

>>938405

>>938438

> wee-woo

alright, but don't flash your wee-wee in public next time, mate.

>

> "метаданные", "сигналы", "сообщения"

Ты понимаешь, что все наши законы работают либо против народа либо не работают вообще (впрочем как и в любой уважающей себя падшей империи). Когда надо на тебя всякого навесят и траффик твой просмотрят, и а что это за "юзер"-данные с рекламным баннером девушки сомнительной возрастной категории (скажем ей 17 лет 11 месяцев и 23 дня) - все в тюрьму, быстро главным петухом поставят. Надеюсь ты не забыл тот раз, когда какого-то лифтового инженера посадили за то что "наговаривал на уважаемую лифтовую компанию клевету, но из-за не его вины упал лифт, но виноват он" (на зассаном теперь пикабу кукарели и успакоились, ведь детки не пострадали). А тот раз, когда одна дама насмерть ребенка задавила посреди двора, а оказалось, что это 5-летний малыш был мертевецки пьян!

> Вконтакте собирает данные о пользователях

Ну нихуя себе, это должно было быть ясно всем мудакамгопникам еще в "верните мне моем" 2007 году, когда его траффик уже превышал терабайты в месяц, а у многих и в-мкадышей безлимитного тырнета не было, а какой был летал на скоростях ниже 1 Мбита в секунду. Ясен хер что такие мощности серверов, такой объем траффика, такая ширина канала, такие сверх-точные данные о школах и вузах говорили о явных связях с ФСБ (а ведь одноквасники на тот момент имели по 5-10 одинаковых школ созданных "не нашедшими свою" пользователями).

> интранет

> нофин ту ворри эбуат

Да ты, блядь, видимо, эру локалок не застал, когда чтоб поиграть не локальном сервере контры приходилось платить ежемясочно отчисления, чтоб в вайтлист твой айпи прописали. ЗалочатPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.938460

>>938120

OP here. This is already starting. Since the acquisition of 2ch by Loki Technology Inc. and subsequent rebranding to 5ch, anyone from a foreign domain needs to either pay them 3600 yen a year or presumably go through a VPN with a relay in Japan to be able to post on the site.


 No.938516

>>938141

>encryption

It's called licensing. The businesses pay huge license fees to use encryption for customers. If they can't, their customers go elsewhere. They will pay them too.

>meshnet

Most people live far away from each other and won't shell out the ethernet repeaters for such a thing. It already exists in most parts of the world. You just have to lease the lines from the company and run your own network.


 No.938639

>>938454

I’m a Russian myself and to this very day I cannot understand why some of us have less comprehensive phrasing than Terry.




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 No.920754[Reply]

>HEY VIRGIN NECKBEARDS, IF YOU INSTALL CANDY CRUSH ON MY IPHONE I'LL BE YOUR LIFE COACH

Does this sound like a good job opportunity?

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 No.929351

See, former japanese colonies and anglo mutts from hong bong get insulted when someone calls them "chinese".


 No.930782

File: 4eb9f0cb0527780⋯.jpg (114.37 KB, 844x701, 844:701, fake rice chinks.jpg)

cough


 No.937920

>>924010

>>924442

>>925370

ENHANCE

You nerds should apply to be chad's tech bitch. He might even let you bang one of his staceis.


 No.938300

File: 5b889138aad224f⋯.png (6.76 MB, 1932x2576, 3:4, Winter.png)

I made it like it was winter this time


 No.938389

Why not just call and find out if it's a cool lady or a boy




File: 7c07c4eae235509⋯.jpg (79.33 KB, 480x640, 3:4, Symbolics3640.JPG)

 No.921189[Reply]

Lisp machines are shit and never amounted to anything. Unix haters bitch all day about Unix problems from 20 years ago and yet cant even build a basic functional system. Remember guys lisp OS is simple and elegant! In fact its so simple we are incapable of writing a modern version and can only bitch all day.

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 No.929811

>>929794

>>Fact 2: strings are mostly accessed linearly, so a terminator is fine. You can still store the size separately if you really need it in your situation.

>Null-terminated strings are mostly accessed linearly because you can't access them any other way without possibly reading past the string. All the algorithms that need random access to characters can't be used, so they're even slower.

Can you learn to read, please? How did you make "strings are usually accessed sequentially" into "we would access them in random order for no reasons if we had the size"? Mm8, UNIX and POSIX are riddled with old age and lack of time dedicated to design, but you're mighty retarded. Especially when your answer to GC is "just do it in hardware".


 No.929815

>>929794

But what strings are 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 characters long? Or more than a MB for that matter? If you're handling large chunks of data, they're most likely not strings but rather byte arrays Byte arrays are arrays of bytes while strings are comprised of characters. A character is not necessarily a byte. By using null terminated strings, you're limiting your choices of character encodings., you know their size and store it separately.

But I do agree null termination sucks.


 No.929831

>>929815

>But what strings are 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 characters long?

Your mom's. And I'm talking font size 72 monospace.


 No.938350

Found a really great article that every single lispfag must read:

https://danluu.com/symbolics-lisp-machines/

It's by Dan Weinreb, one of the guys who worked at Symbolics. tl;dr it was mismanaged, poor timing, rapid irrelevance, wrong vision, wrong bets on auxiliary tech, customer base too reliant on DoD funding. You don't need apologia whataboutism, Lisp Machines were doomed to fail for many reasons, they were not superior.


 No.938355

File: e08899500a79d57⋯.jpg (246.63 KB, 700x800, 7:8, angeredjew.jpg)

>>938350

Oh veeeeyyy how dare you make fun of the chosen workstation! I'll skin you alive you UNIX NAZI.




File: 111ce01d9e2c1be⋯.png (26.36 KB, 820x1172, 205:293, urielwasright.png)

 No.936939[Reply]

-Last words of Uriel, commenting on the situation of computer software before he killed himself

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 No.938324

>>938172

>magical man in the sky that created our existence in 6 days

This part.


 No.938327

>>938324

The priest does not believe that god created created our existence in 6 days and rested on the seventh? I highly doubt that.


 No.938345

>>938327

I assume that this is what priests believe in.

I am not sure how it is connected to the matter that we are discussing.


 No.938351

File: c27b4a564694423⋯.jpg (139.18 KB, 1019x754, 1019:754, DZUYSVaW0AMyou_.jpg)

>>938345

>I am not sure how it is connected to the matter that we are discussing.

Here let me quote him for you

>chain cannot be infinitely long, so there must be something that causes change without itself changing. This everyone understands to be God

Particularly this line

>This everyone understands to be God

hurr durr we just know it guys! It's the same thing for sure!


 No.939256

>>938351

>...there must be something that causes change without itself changing

>This everyone understands to be God

<hurr durr we just know it guys! It's the same thing for sure!

Are you suggesting that God is not able to cause change without Himself being changed?




File: f361ab1137c07fd⋯.jpg (27.93 KB, 512x512, 1:1, True.jpg)

 No.900122[Reply]

So what is the most reliable, secure, and tried and true encryption method available? What is the best software for this in the current year+2

I've heard truecrypt has been compromised years ago, but heard that old versions of it are still secure and unbreakable. does anyone know the cutoff version for truecrypt before it became compromised? i've been saving truecrypt installation files for years. some people suggest bitlocker but an encryption program is only as good as the company that made it, and i trust microsoft about as much as a trust the NSA.

What do you guys use and why do you use it?

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 No.937244

>>937235

All that means is that you'd need a significant workforce to do clerical work for your information storage. If you intentionally want your information processes to be slow, then I suppose that makes sense.


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 No.938218

We are told that spies are reading SSL-encrypted messages at their leisure. We are also told that saboteurs have infiltrated international standards committees for the purpose of weakening crypto systems. This gives you indigestion? Don’t rely on security systems designed by committees! PKI is – and has always been – a sham. A cheap sham, at that. Consider the fact that Bitcoin, for all of its faults, gets by perfectly well without anything resembling PKI. Loudmouth activists, who put up such a ferocious fight against outright key escrow in the ’90s, ended up buying the very same wine in a different bottle with SSL and every other PKI-based faux-security system currently in use – where you are stuck with relying on a handful of con artists not to cough up the master keys to whomever they please.

Let’s go back to your kitchen. It is squeaky-clean, you say, because nowhere in your house do you make use of Microsoft’s miserable imitation of an operating system. Guess what, the mounds of garbage are still there, stinking brazenly; the mice leap, they play without fear, because virtually all of your cryptographic needs are serviced by some variant of OpenSSL. What a monstrous turd of a library! Have you read and understood it – any of it? Do you personally know a single living soul who has done so? Dare to contemplate the very idea of plowing through these megabytes of gnarly crapola. But let’s examine the reason for the bulk. The idiot ‘C Machines,’ and the few operating systems commonly used therein, are, one could almost say, criminally negligent in failing to provide any real support for most of the basic building blocks of modern computing: from bignum arithmetic to garbage collection. Authors of libraries like OpenSSL are to be applauded for their feat of creating something useful on top of this obscene Babel. But the result is always and inevitably a pile of garbage – comprehensible4 by no one, with plenty of hidey-holes for creepy crawlers of every species. Get the conceptual foundations right, and the vermin scurry away.

I for one am greatly surprised to see respectable men of science like Bruce Schneier calling for lawsuits and parliamentary hearings to rein in the snoops. The very notion of limiting the authority of a secret police agency via laws and regulations is laughabPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.938232

>>938218

wtf i hate TLS and everything that's not a Lisp machine now

Actually, whoever you copypasta'd that from makes some good points. Still totally unhelpful from a practical perspective, though.


 No.938244

>>937235

>There is no way to protect yourself if you are targeted by a nation state with consumer grade hardware

You can always refuse to use any kind of computer, refuse to speak, and only communicate via a whiteboard that you thoroughly wash every night and sleep with so that no one can get the old traces of what you've written.

And put materials that block X rays and microwaves all over the house.

And don't use anything that has RFID.




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 No.932294[Reply]

Imagine:

Perfect deepfakes

Voice deepfakes (it already exists, see google's audio AI)

Nudity ML, it's possible to determine what a girl looks like nude using ML

AR tech to make the celeb of your choice show in your room

Will this be censored? Is it being censored right now? Will Nvidia try to put hardware blocks into their gpus to stop this from being created?

IMO this will be the third sexual revolution.

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 No.937295

>>936980

You have no balls in using it for /pol/ means. Weak.

>>936981

I know what defaming means, if we are making fake videos it IS defamation, I just want to target the powers that be.

>>937128

How would that work?


 No.937366

>>932294

We have a technology that could be used to create false video evidence of anyone, giving it unprecedented potential for abuse, and all you can think of is celebrity porn?


 No.937375

Deepfakes are literally rape and their creators should be jailed.


 No.938220

>>937366

The abuse can be used in out favor, bro

>>937375

>>>/tumblr/

>>>/oven/


 No.938222

>not using deepfake tech and a chat AI to make your waifu real

are you a fucking faggot




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 No.937911

>>933324

Go on, tell more. Who's gonna take the ARM market by storm?


 No.938077

>>937810

It very well could happen.


 No.938093

>>937911

I work in networking a couple blocks from their sprawling campus and get to see how they're doing, both when visiting and from their employees leaking out to us. I'd describe it's internal state a few years ago as dystopic fallen Rome. And prior to the acquisition they prepped it for a pump&dump and cut basically all benefits and salaries. After the acquisition, it's just been being cannibalized. Everyone in networking in SD is worried as they were the anchor of the tech sector here and now they're an animated corpse. It's just a matter of time before people start noticing.

They've also been panicked about Trump as they've been stuffing their ranks with illegals for a decade that they get from visa overstays and ones that just literally walk across the border with Canada (this is way more common than you think with Pajeets). The push against visa overstays hit them hard and they've been running an underground railroad of sorts ferrying them back into Canada to work at a subsidiary so they're safe from deportation rather than send employees back to India. One of our employees that is getting kicked out due to being an illegal joined Qualcomm so they'd sneak him out of the country.


 No.938148

>>934018

>faggot

Irony, the post.


 No.938150

>>938093

So, who's gonna take the ARM market by storm? Everyone knows about the drama.




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