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File: 5b4e5bccfd45e4b⋯.jpg (28.13 KB, 410x461, 410:461, 1541062538931.jpg)

 No.1032594[Reply]

DuckDuckGo as an example: https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/

What is the impact of using TLS on an .onion URL like this? Is it redundant? And/or is it counterproductive?

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 No.1051531

>>1051530

s/episode/video/


 No.1051533

>>1032673

ANYONE can produce a valid cert


 No.1051539

>>1051533

valid = accepted by browsers


 No.1051545

>>1051539

having those annoying warnings for self signed certs is just another jewish trick. its not like any normie ever checks if the cert is really right and theres rarely any way to do that because no one tells the information thats needed for it


 No.1052678

>>1032636

It pisses me off to no end when idiots like you pretend to know what they're talking about in 8chan. If you don't know, it's fine, but don't go pretending you do and spread false information, just shut the fuck up.

OP was talking about hidden services (hence ".onion URLs"), what you described was merely using Tor as a proxy to the clearnet, hidden services do not work like that.




File: f0306954d6c70d7⋯.jpg (23.35 KB, 255x389, 255:389, VernorVinge_RainbowsEnd.jpg)

 No.1050095[Reply]

How far are we from the kind of tech that's in this book? For those that haven't read it, I'm talking about practical, ubiquitous AR, augmented reality. In the book, essentially everyone has non-intrusive, wearable computers in their clothes that produce images on contacts, and the input consists of specific eye-movement and by moving other parts of the body in certain ways. It's so powerful and comes so natural to the people in the setting that they function like they have the calculator software and all the other tools in their brains. On their way to work, as they look around, they see their favorite fictional setting on top off the real world, in a safe way. And everything's connected to the network. Will 5G make this stuff possible? Great book, by the way.

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 No.1050753

>>1050751

So you mean to say that fiction is crap and people shouldn't mistake how reality works for how fiction works?

Tell that to OP, or to most adults in the developed world.


 No.1050763

>>1050203

Hard to say. A lot of people can notice the world and the economy is broken, but it's broken in such a complicated way that very few people actually understand why or how.


 No.1050767

>>1050095

>How far are we from the kind of tech that's in this book?

I'm sure we have it now but a phone is all that's necessary at this point. The loosening of restrictions on recreational drugs is the next likely step towards keeping people entertained. Anything else is too much work.


 No.1050774

>>1050763

It's not hard to say once you understand the mechanisms.

For instance, reading "The Lost Science of Money, by Stephen Zarlenga" clarifies much, and then "Web of Debt, by Ellen Brown".

Of course, then you need to know Market Mechanics, just like Physics.

You link the knowledge and you're done.

Books available here:

http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=7976EB4C8A58D52ADA4ABD1E18059400

http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=68D46952563F85497DECCDE0CC70B0D7


 No.1052660

>>1050095

Something like a 3rd of every CPU is government property in that novel.

It's basically a Chinese-survalience (only worse) level society, but less authoritarian/draconian.

Vernor wrote it a couple years after 9/11 IIRC, and tried to imagine how societies would addapt to the threat of terrorism in a high-tech society that makes it easy for individuals to cause lots of damage.

He envisioned all hardware and software requiring backdoors as I've stated. I find it funny that intel ME came out around a year later. This means intel was probably developing that stuff while he was writing the novel.

I have to wonder if he had friends on the inside who straight up told him what they were doing and why,




 No.1040711[Reply]

http://archive.is/uYGeS

>Turning a hard drive into a listening device doesn’t have anything to do with its data storage capabilities. Instead, the team leveraged the sensors that help control the position of the read head above the platters.

>Any vibration can alter the position of a hard drive, so a modern hard drive is sensitive enough to pick up even minute disturbances in the platter. Yes, even human speech shows up in the PES data.

Long story short, the signal needs to be loud and the attacker needs physical access, but HDDs can be turned into microphones now.

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 No.1040832

>>1040829

SSDs still can't compete for the price-point of larger HDDs. Especially with software bloat and HD movies being a thing, most people I know have a PC with both: an SSD with a size 256 or 512GB that has the OS and programs that work better with rapid access, while the HDD (sometimes multiple) in the 2-4TB range stores most of the media and program data.

You're right about the laptops and phones, though. I built my PC myself so I know damn well there isn't a microphone in there, but it does have an HDD. Good thing I don't have a habit of talking to myself.


 No.1040846

I could swear I heard of this a few years ago?


 No.1041226

>>1040846

I could swear punctuation has rules?


 No.1052638

That's a lot of fan noise to sort through.


 No.1052657

>>1040711

This is why you should keep your HDDs in a NAS in your basement.




 No.1050017[Reply]

I hear many people talking about their UNIX addiction. The thing is that they rarely understand that UNIX is truly addictive.

I remember back in the day when I weighed 260 pounds and felt miserable, I lived on UNIX. It was a staple in my religion. I bought 2 licenses of UNIX System V. I gorged on them, had ed sandwiches and smothered my shellscripts in metacharacters.

My body ached, I was lethargic and depressed..

Thankfully, hypnosis changed my life. I used hypnosis for UNIX addiction as well as for weight loss and overall lifestyle change.

The result is that today I have a large amount of no desire for UNIX. I lost about 115 – 120 pounds and I feel great.

My hypnosis for weight loss program can help you too. If you are struggling with UNIX addiction or just want to lose weight, call or email me now. Together, no matter where you may live, we can develop a hypnosis program for you.

Pic related, it's what all you UNIX weenies look like.


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 No.1050637

>>1050632

If it works the same way, does the same thing, has the same issues, and was based on it, then arguing that they are not the same thing is just being pedantic. They are identical enough that "GNU is not Unix" is a thing. Even the name is defensive. ReactOS doesn't work like Windows, and it doesn't do what Windows does. It's not Windows, it's shit. If it was Windows, then it would actually be viable as a Windows replacement, but it doesn't replace much of anything, does it? And it won't be until the world suddenly becomes not shit and Microsoft is forced to release the source code for every version of Windows, excluding only possibly the current one, because they are clearly enforcing a monopoly, since nothing is allowed to replace Windows. But that will never happen. But don't forget that Microsoft loves dude open source, dude.

GANNOO and the BSDs are what Unix ended up becoming, they are just branches of the same thing. Barely any practical differences between them. Still Unix. Still a disappointment, and generally shitty. Living proof that if something is dude open source, it will last until the end of times no matter how shitty it is, and it will forever be an excuse to never invent anything better. Then again, that is kinda harsh. It's not that bad. Not compared to the software that runs on it. If it wasn't for that, then it could be more decent. Give me Windows 95 levels of usability and I'll be happy. And it should have the same performance for the same amount of features, and actual design. None of this decent performance but nothing but a window manager bullshit. Do that on Windows and it will be much lighter. We had everything back in the day, so it's possible. Not even 95, Windows 7 is fine too, by current standards. Just compete with anything decent that Microsoft has ever made and Unix can be usable enough until someone makes something else.


 No.1050649

>>1050637

>GANNOO and the BSDs are what Unix ended up becoming, they are just branches of the same thing. Barely any practical differences between them. Still Unix. Still a disappointment, and generally shitty. Living proof that if something is dude open source, it will last until the end of times no matter how shitty it is, and it will forever be an excuse to never invent anything better.

RMS chose to make GNU Unix-like for mere compatibility reasons, since Unix was a popular system at the time. That way, encouraging people to use his OS would have been much easier than it were completely different. It has was never a technical choice based on the actual quality of Unix.

The main goal of GNU and the FSF is, and has always been, spreading the idea of free software, not necessarily make a "Unix-like" system, or even a "perfect" system from a functional point of view.

If you look at major GNU projects such as Emacs, in fact, which were not part of the original Unix system, they are anything but "Unix-like" in functionality, code and underlying philosophy.

The name "GNU is not Unix" is not defensive. If anything, it's making it clear that the system, despite mostly looking and working like Unix on the outside, is _not_ Unix, and considering it "what Unix ended up becoming" is just wrong.


 No.1050652

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>>1050632

>it's acceptable to refer to GNU as a "Unix-like" and why it's wrong to call GNU as "Unix".

No.


 No.1050653

>>1050624

Doesn't matter, I want a time estimate.


 No.1052649

where did nano chan go?




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 No.1040831[Reply]

You know how when a story is being pushed by the MSM they all use the same exact goddam talking points at nearly the EXACT same goddam time?

It seems that the MSM hates Energizer's phone.

>18mm-thick smartphone goes just a bit overboard

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/02/energizers-beastly-smartphone-has-an-18000mah-battery/

https://www.engadget.com/2019/02/26/energizer-p18k-pop-big-battery-hands-on-thick-phone/

>Look at the size of this ridiculously large phone that's almost all battery

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/26/energizer-p18k-pop-packs-18000mah-battery.html

>Maybe not everyone should make a foldable phone

https://techaeris.com/2019/02/27/mwc-2019-maybe-not-everyone-should-make-a-foldable-phone-meet-the-energizer-power-max-8100s/

>Energizer’s P18K Pop is basically a giant battery with a smartphone built into it

https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/26/energizers-p18k-pop-is-basically-a-giant-battery-with-a-smartphone-built-into-it/

>It will be remembered as the fattest phone of MWC 2019. I mean, just look at it.

https://sea.mashable.com/tech/2522/energizers-18000mah-battery-phone-is-as-thick-as-3-normal-ph

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 No.1041271

>>1040960

i have seen dumbphones that run on aaa batteries


 No.1041312

>>1040838

link it then or YOU FUCK OFF


 No.1041323

>1040831

Oh no, its as big as our iphones in our gay $80 battery cases


 No.1041324

File: b20156b78097b2d⋯.jpg (54.77 KB, 590x350, 59:35, Samsung-Galaxy-Note-7-owne….jpg)

>drop phone

>suddenly becomes warm

>???

>housefire while asleep or cuts your hand off

Can't wait until they put lethally high capacity batteries in there that will explode at targeted goyims.


 No.1052535

>that's what they're angry about

>not the lack of waterproofing and the lack of a headphone jack on something that can easily fit it in

Amazing




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 No.1050683[Reply]

With every bird genociding kike shilling for 5G radio communications it's highly coincidental that no one seems to be interested in implementing wider Li-fi infrastructure.

Li-fi has none of the microwave botnetting of regular 5G but speeds akin to fibre but without fibre wires, yet for some reason there is little interest in this technology.

Self-driving glowmobiles could share information of local interest through their daytime LED lights with other glowmobile peers, when waiting at an intersection they could recieve wide Area traffic information through Street lamps thus lowering wireless signal congestion while causing less cancer to boot.

Glowphones with Li-fi sensors wouldn't even need to connect to any regular wireless networks when traversing something as light polluted as Manhattan, the entire wireless signal congestion issue would be a meme once everyone's devices glow in the dark and low botnet density Areas should do fine with LTE-A for the time being anyhow.

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 No.1052452

>>1052450

t. Retard


 No.1052453

>>1052042

>indoors

just use cables then like any sane person. only reason to have wireless connections is when you are outside and dont have anything else.


 No.1052455

File: 41c8440ac1fc6c2⋯.gif (27.31 KB, 205x39, 205:39, 384ef6c8e945a6dddd02387d24….gif)

>>1050792

>if visible light causes skin cancer


 No.1052458

>>1052453

It also works in public transport, assuming it works at all.


 No.1052461

>>1052458

would still count that as being outside. you probably wont have wired internet outside your home or workplace




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 No.1034648[Reply]

Many times I've seen /tech/ asking for a decent youtube alternative. Well today I just found this by accident. You can find political, conspiracy, health etc. videos in there. All exploring alternative content that would be censored on youtube. Unfortunately you have to get an invitation to register. But at least there's now a youtube without censorship. Even flat earth videos are allowed!

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 No.1050476

>>1050466

vidlii and peertube are literally the only good video streaming sites until someone decides to repurpose some stockbooru for video


 No.1050479

>>1050476

The peertube instance where I had an account is now down. Should I recreate an account on another instance or move to vidlii?


 No.1052403

>>1050476

>vidlii

Lmao.

Brighteon needs javascript to upload but will keep it in mind to look for rare vids.


 No.1052448

I use torrents.

You still have comments, videos, and user profiles, just that people upload copyrighted material more often than their vlog.




File: 984b4f1a3168188⋯.png (8.99 KB, 1267x336, 181:48, help.png)

 No.1045099[Reply]

Anyone a real pro with html, css?

So I've been having a problem with this table for the past couple hours... I'm trying to make a simple table consisting of three cells, so one row and three columns. I want the middle column to be centered with the span I place inside of it and the other outside cells taking up the rest of the space within the table. I've included a picture to better help explain what I'm trying to do...

What keeps happening is the top table. What I want it to look like is the bottom table. I'm using inline-block for the middle cell which is what I want, the middle cell then changes to fit the text inside of it perfectly, but then the two outside cells do not fill the gaps completely. There's weird spaces between them. Any suggestions on what to do? Thanks.

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 No.1052419

>>1052417

>background-size: cover;

I just noticed that I wrote something that's probably not supported by IE5.

You can just place this in the div if you care about that:

<img src="image.jpg" style="width:auto; min-width:100%; height:auto; min-height:100%; z-index:-1;">


 No.1052420

I just looked it up. min-width is supported since IE7. Cover since IE9. So I only got down 2 IE versions. I could probably go down more if I would accept the image not filling the screen or being stretched.


 No.1052423

>>1052420

Assuming the background image is widescreen I could do:

<img src="image.jpg" style="height:100%; width:auto; z-index:-1;">

However that's of no use. Going further down with that banner=screen requirement is impossible since CSS "position" is only supported since IE 7.


 No.1052427

>>1052419

>>1052423

forgot a position:absolute; in there


 No.1052428

and display:block; too




File: a0f91a54ace2a7b⋯.png (168.58 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, 2019-04-12-200958_1366x768….png)

 No.1051584[Reply]

>privacy respecting

>almost perfect search results

>ecology-friendly

>hosted in EU

Why don't you use it, 8tards?

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 No.1052165

>>1051584

>hosted in EU

how is that a good thing?


 No.1052400

>>1052130

So we're watching a mystical space monkey that can only say "yes" or "no", and sometime doesn't say anything at all. When something bad happens, we turn to the monkey for explanation: it happened because the monkey said "yes", or because it said "no", or because it didn't say anything for too long.

I both love and fear the mystical monkey.


 No.1052402

>>ecology-friendly

Literally what?

>>Ecosia is like any other search engine, with one major difference: we use our profits to plant trees.

Are you invested into forestry or what the fuck does this even mean?

>>Our servers run on 100% renewable energy, and every search request removes 1kg of CO2 from the atmosphere.

That's obviously bullshit, but just to be sure, how does that help ecology exactly and what are exact power sources you using? Maybe your servers were produced with 100% renewable energy as well?

Fuck you and your pretend-to-care-to-milk-more-of-those-shekels-out-of-plebs attitude. You are going nowhere.


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 No.1052422

>>1052402

Image search is still top notch tho.




 No.1051310[Reply]

Botnet, but it isn't botnet. There was a thread a while ago outlining this problem: 'propietary' free software, FOSS that is too big to be properly maintained, modified or audited, and as such, provide temporary or even permanent backdoors, or vulnerabilities exploited by many agents. The best example of this is Poetterware; software coming out from Red Hat aiming to standardize the GNU/Linux desktop experience, carrying all this baggage with itself for no practical reason concerning the end user, and often written in part or in whole by Lennart Poettering.

In this thread, I'm asking for a bit of a clarification on a few examples of what is and isn't, as well as tips to recognize, avoid and replace it.

What everyone here agrees about:

systemd

I don't need to say anything about this, we've heard about it for years. It's obvious.

Avahi

Something something about needing no configuration when networking.

polkit

Allowing users to turn off the computer without admin privileges, among other things.

Why not just use the suid bit?

NetworkManager

Using wpa_supplicant and dhcpcd is a breeze, why bother with this.

Pulseaudio

This piece of software was memed on by many people because it simply did not work, but is it really that bad? The fact that Poetter wrote it already makes me allergic, but I'm not too well informed about its code quality. It does "just werk", but who knows how much shit it needed to just work.

What I am not sure about, but most likely is:

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 No.1052208

>>1052198

Then there's no problem. Those superior solutions should be superior and you can completely ignore systemd.


 No.1052226

>>1052155

As far as I know Chrom* straight up depends on DBus.


 No.1052265

>>1052141

>what do you mean by saying 'bsd-like' license?

Sorry I should say non-copyleft.


 No.1052284

>>1052265

You can use the term "permissive free software licensing". The term of permissive refers to the fact that distributors have permission to fork the free software into a proprietary software project.


 No.1052415

(((>>1052153)))

(((unbased)))

>>1052284

???




 No.1051982[Reply]

http://bm7syfu6qxtbuqt2.onion

8chan ripoff I've been working on. Check it out.

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 No.1052215

bump


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 No.1052392

>>1052124

this isn't vichan retard.


 No.1052795

/pol/ and /img/ now has images

join this shit

spread this shit




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 No.1052268[Reply]

>lets invite more women into programming!

>it will be great!

>women will take part in programming and soon all software will be written by women!

meanwhile in reality...

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 No.1058049

>>1052394

<not running scloccount or even fucking wc on the repo

<not discovering that 793,000 of the source lines are data files

<mfw 21,000 lines of python, with most of the functionality coming from 3rd party library calls

the physics involved are nifty. the programming is bottom-of-pajeets-toilet tier


 No.1058052

>>1058007

>m'lady

>m'lady

>m'lady

You're gonna get a ton of pussy, dude!

>she wrote the test framework

<well, she helped write it

lol


 No.1058064

>>1058052

Oh wait, he's literally a homo. Just serving satan, then.


 No.1058066

Chael is a total cuck. Fug that guy


 No.1058910

>>1058007

This guy is a huge fag. People aren't saying you did the project on your own either, they're saying that she did comparatively less than you (easy to see because they both accessed the same git repo).




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 No.1052239[Reply]

out of the three major boards /pol/ tards appear to have the lowest length per post, this implies they do not put much effort into posting

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 No.1052385

File: 1b4387256871e36⋯.png (58.33 KB, 1920x986, 960:493, 713b11fd8920b8bcb4943c4026….png)

>>1052239

ITT: OP has more computer science exercise than brain cells. Either that, or he's trolling, which means he's a retard anyway.


 No.1052405

File: c03768fad50ba26⋯.png (59.95 KB, 4176x1220, 1044:305, wordcounts.png)

updated op's chart.


 No.1052691

>>1052239

Where does /tv/ and /b/ eank on this scale?


 No.1052711

>>1052405

>>1052385

fuck off pol tard


 No.1052764

bump6




File: 96906cdec678a83⋯.pdf (123.33 KB, p2p.pdf)

 No.1042464[Reply]

I'm reading the paper posted by Fredrick Brennan regarding the different approaches of making a decentralized image board and i came to this part.

"In a BitTorrent-like magnet

network, unpopular or old images can fall out of the network over time, but in a

blockchain, all images must be stored forever no matter what they depict."

I think there is a clear winner here being the bit torrent approach, follow the approach most chans have traditionally used that old/inactive images/threads fall out of the ecosystem of the board.

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 No.1052203

>>1042541

So just firejail it.


 No.1052224

>>1044311

>the bad apples ruin the bunch

Listen here you fucking nigger.

If anyone is deterred by that, they don't belong here and can fuck off to reedit or whatever if they want to discuss their bullshit.

That stuff might deter someone from here to openly saying their use 8ch and I don't see a problem at all, anonymity is a thing.


 No.1052230

>>1042474

Zeronet is fucking trash.

>>1044623

>censorship of the bootstrap peers stops people from connecting to the board.

You only need to bootstrap to the network. Connecting to specific domains can't be blocked.

>peers listed in the DHT there's absolutely zero anonymity

Knowing who connected to the network doesn't tell you who's sending or downloading specific files. Read how tor works.


 No.1052253

We just need an IPFS-based imageboard, that is all


 No.1052396

>>1052253

Anon, no. IPFS can only serve static content, you can't make interactive services only over ipfs. You still need a centralized site to send new posts to and update the pages of the imageboard.




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 No.1042296[Reply]

/pol/ here. Genuinely concerned about the future of this place.

Can any of you make sense of this autistic screeching? Is this a viable idea or just incoherent pseudo technical mumblings of a crippled kike?

https://twitter.com/HW_BEAT_THAT/status/1106875435403509760

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 No.1049479

>>1042639

Do you like lain?


 No.1050546

>>1042639

>that image

How grotesque.


 No.1050547

>>1047099

>a sub-40-IQ bag of shit

<argues against the people saying sub-40-IQ bags of shit shouldn't be treated like people by calling them low-IQ and saying they deserve death

Man, you losers sure do get assmad. ;D


 No.1052133

>>1042573

>>1042573

I have been reading a bit about freenet and I think if somebody were to make a decentralized imageboard they should use freenet first as a proof of concept. It's an infrastructure that works an it's been heresince 2001 you also have several nodes for your use. Blockchain based imageboard on the other hand sounds ridiculous because the point of imageboards is that things shouldnt be permament and besides, who the fuck would want to synchronize a huge blockchain every time they make a post? It would be like usenet where you require server rooms to hold the content. It's in no way a sustainable censor-resistant internet infrastructure, that shit will flop like usenet.

Either way, freenet already has filters supported for images and mp4 so technically an imageboard is feasibly to implement on freenet. After that you can work on extending the network to make it even more censor-resitant.


 No.1052225

>>1044570

>You have to be able to delete something across the network

No, you don't.

>Not only should posts be synced between hosts, but banlists and hashbans should too

This should be optional.

>Nodes can ban people, and they can also subscribe to ban lists and delete lists by other server operators if they wish. Not required. If a host is sending you a bunch of illegal content or they refuse to delete what you delete, you can unlink from them.

Sounds like a waste of resources because changing your identity is effortless and users shouldn't be trackable anyways.




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