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File: f0a84be0023b4f0⋯.png (213.38 KB, 1024x1365, 1024:1365, five eyes.png)

 No.964707[Reply]

Statement of Principles on Access to Evidence and Encryption

Preamble

The Governments of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are committed to personal rights and privacy, and support the role of encryption in protecting those rights.

>Sounds great.

Encryption is vital to the digital economy and a secure cyberspace, and to the protection of personal, commercial and government information.

However, the increasing use and sophistication of certain encryption designs present challenges for nations in combatting serious crimes and threats to national and global security.

>Oh no, what should I do?

Many of the same means of encryption that are being used to protect personal, commercial and government information are also being used by criminals, including child sex offenders, terrorists and organized crime groups to frustrate investigations and avoid detection and prosecution.

>N-No! I'm not a terrorist, or a pedo. How do I comply?

Privacy laws must prevent arbitrary or unlawful interference, but privacy is not absolute. It is an established principle that appropriate government authorities should be able to seek access to otherwise private information when a court or independent authority has authorized such access based on established legal standards. The same principles have long permitted government authorities to search homes, vehicles, and personal effects with valid legal authority.

>I agree. I think the government should have access to my front door too, incase they want to search my home while I'm out. I don't even need to know if they've visited me or not, I have nothing to hide.

The increasing gap between the ability of law enforcement to lawfully access data and their ability to acquire and use the content of that data is a pressing international concern that requires urgent, sustained attention and informed Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.965516

In the U.S. there is a bill introduced called the Secure Data Act of 2018 directly addressing this:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/5823/all-info


 No.965794

>>965516

This looks very good. The law essentially stops the NSA from telling vendors to provide backdoors. It weakens the NSA's threat in the OP's article. Another good sign is how it doesn't qualify the "strength" of the introduced vulnerability using words such as "systemic". An order to push an update to surveil even 1 specific user would still be illegal. If they want access, they'll have to crack the security the old fashioned way or go through the proper channels.

The law has a few exceptions though, in section (c), which allows mandates authorized by the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act. Let's discuss the implications of this.

Also, the law covers any hardware, software or electronic product "that is made available to the general public" -- consumer hardware, it seems. It's possible that other categories aren't covered.

Here's the full text:

SEC. 2. PROHIBITION ON DATA SECURITY VULNERABILITY MANDATES.

(a) Agency Actions.—Except as provided in subsection (c), no agency may mandate or request that a manufacturer, developer, or seller of covered products design or alter the security functions in its product or service to allow the surveillance of any user of such product or service, or to allow the physical search of such product, by any agency.

(b) Court Orders.—Except as provided in subsection (c), no court may issue an order to compel a manufacturer, developer, or seller of covered products to design or alter the security functions in its product or service to allow the surveillance of any user of such product or service, or to allow the physical search of such product, by an agency.

(c) Exception.—Subsections (a) and (b) shall not apply to mandates, requests, or court orders authorized under the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (47 U.S.C. 1001 et seq.).

(d) Definitions.—In this section—

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 No.965946

>>964727

>You think facebook, google, amazon, etc are gay? Buddy, the gayness hasn't even fucking started yet.

No, the gayness is in full bloom for a long time already. What's coming is trannyness on steroids.


 No.966387

>>965794

How is this not corp lobbying at it's finest to maintain 'any agency' to have to pay for the information from google etc. I would imagine it is their most profitable product and 'any agency' is probably a top customer.


 No.966391

File: f52d1a79128c0e8⋯.jpg (27.51 KB, 220x330, 2:3, 220px-Richard_Stallman_-_F….jpg)

>>964775

>I HAVE BEEN WARNING YOU ALL ABOUT THIS FOR MONTHS

Ahem, a Jew has been doing it for years, newfag.




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 No.965275[Reply]

Do we continue his work with the same design philosophies he had? What has he said God told him to do and what God didnt tell him to do. We should at least archive his work for aslong as we can and share it as much. Maybe get it into some type of musuem.

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 No.966297

>>966286

I think we're going to have to with all the FUD and bullshit I've seen thrown around over the last week.


 No.966325

>>966286

It seems pretty clear that there is a concerted effort to try to pervert Terry's teachings and it's obvious that there is massive butthurt behind it.

>>966297

Sooner or later (((they))) will fuck up, better watch their backs.


 No.966329

>>966325

Go back to 4chan, skid.


 No.966343

>>966329

Butthurt Terry hater detected. Why are you even here, are you worried about people looking in to your situation?


 No.966355

>>966295

Nice to have you online though, your input is invaluable.




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 No.943701[Reply]

Terry A. Davis

Vanned edition

Latest news:

>Richland (Washington) is the last known position

>he joined the #templeos IRC channel on June 23rd

>(supposedly, the date of recording is unknown) last video was sent to someone by email and uploaded by "The Temple" Youtube channel (https://youtu.be/1TVFD-Tpeno)

/*actually, to be verified*/ >not in jail, as I checked the inmate database of the counties in the Richland WA area

Older Threads:

>https://archive.fo/vWWBg

>https://archive.fo/0BdBU

>https://archive.fo/acSYN

>https://archive.fo/UPmPB

Archives:

>https://ia600600.us.archive.org/31/items/TerryADavis_TempleOS_Archive/

>https://archive.org/details/TempleOS_ISO_Archive

Memorial:

>>>/templeos/1825

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 No.970229

>>970227

Talking about the TempleOS site


 No.970230

>>970229

Tsheiks is confirmed. Supposedly others also have access but there's 0 proof of that.


 No.971450

The truth about #templeos

https://pastebin.com/kUjtF95n


 No.971518

>>971450

more #templeos truth, and how /tech / vol "var-g" is a crook

see:

>>970444


 No.972957

Has there been a funeral? Where and when?




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 No.932816[Reply]

Knowing how fragile the power grid and various network backbones in the world are how many Anons do you think it would take to bring the internet offline for good or at least an extended period of time? Could society still function without the botnet at this point in time?

I figure if the internet was to go down in most of the first world for just a few days that those countries would descend into total chaos. Especially if the damage was so widespread that the backbones couldn't be repaired quickly. I do not think they have enough backup links to cover the main ones going down especially with all the normalfags that will be constantly attempting to reconnect to their addictions (social network, gaming, and the various time wasters they engage in). Trade comes to a stand still as all major markets are unable to communicate with each other and traders. Stores are unable to do business even in cash, warehouses and trucks come to a standstill. Riots start everywhere as people began to get hungry and fear they will not be able to obtain food.

Can society function now without the internet?

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 No.966000

Why bring down the web? How will I play video games and watch anime?


 No.966001

>>966000 (checked)

Through some different protocols, obviously.


 No.966051

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_flare

Couldn't we just try to emulate a solar flare? That would surely wipe out the infrastructure of the internet and more.


 No.966092

>>966051

Hey, that's an interesting idea. Let's work on a project to make it happen. You figure out how to generate 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Joules of energy, keeping in mind that the Tsar Bomba yielded 1,000,000,000,000,000 Joules of energy.

I'll design the logo.


 No.966126

Don't worry anon hams already have several kinds of ultra low to medium bandwidth worldwide Internets going. What you should be worried about is a media cabal monopolizing consumer "internet" connections in order to curate your infospace. I say this as an opponent of the late supposed Net Neutrality rule, as a Ron Paul adherent.

Even if owning an operating radios is eventually banned people will continue to own and operate their own equipment, and as affirmative action chugs along the monkeys opeating the dials on the broadband intercept receivers won't be able to keeo up.




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 No.957046[Reply]

Get ready for absolute ass rape Intel 7nm Zen next year as well as 5nm very soon 2020

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 No.966062

>>962617

>as no one uses it

unlike ur mom, whos seen plenty of DNA code in her time

<https://youtu.be/UxejE5JZNvI?t=7

<Tor users can't post images


 No.966071

>>957308

>Very little

Absolute kek


 No.966075

File: e7e31abb29d2444⋯.png (34.01 KB, 239x90, 239:90, (you).png)

>>966062

>ur mom insults

>posting a reaction to your own post

>posting niggers


 No.966102

>>957102

Perhaps a switch to magnonics instead of electronics if anyone manages to make something that can facilitate them without blowing up the second it gets exposed to oxygen.


 No.966104

>>958282

You're describing a RAM problem, not a thread problem. All of those tasks use very little CPU time, they benefit from a couple threads but there is no normal situation where you actually need 16 threads. They are quite limited by RAM though, particularly the browser tabs.




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 No.966026[Reply]

In my ongoing research I've used about every tool I could find to connect things.

-markdown/pastebins

-evernote

-wikis

And I think something missing is a visualization of the connections (like pic related but less conspiracy focused)

And the biggest problem with a Wiki is that all the articles are under a single namespace (the whole universe). I'm thinking of something for shorter timespans, with far more focus. Like who is connected to XYZ org? Drop XYZ org in the middle, start making connections that can store facts (websites, archive links, images, docs etc...) OCR images, index text etc...

The idea isn't to have a Wiki of everything known, it's to keep track of research and continually see the forest for the trees. Maybe the links between items have contextual scores or categories.

For example: Amazon has a link to Bezos, the link type is ownership relates, employment related, financially related. Bezon has another link to WaPo that is financial, ownership related, but not employment related. The user could strengthen links by providing more docs, archives, etc... (proof). The user could also visualize all of these relationships, or maybe just show financial relationships etc...

I'm sure something like this exists, if it doesn't let's make it. If it does, but sucks, let's make it. If it does and rules, tell me to STFU and link me.

The blockchain thing was mainly a joke, but since every ICO is a fucking scam, why not get popularity going by having something like MuckCoin or FactCoin and pay people to validate facts on the links. Store links and facts on a blockchain. Anyhow fight me.

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 No.966046

>>966036

So you want something like where the edges have some metadata attached to them that allows you to filter them? Like for example, you gave the example of asking "who is connected to XYZ org?" so you'd specify a filter on People, and all the links connected to XYZ org of the People category would show up, but hide everything else? But then, you'd want to have a filter for how deep the connections go. Do you want to find connections to the 2nd degree, 3rd degree, etc.? So if you wanted to find CEOs of companies Z who has some nebulous connection to company X through other companies/orgs/events/text/etc. Y, you'd have to filter on CEOs to the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc. degrees. Might also need exclusion filters...


 No.966068

>>966026

The software you're looking for is Maltego


 No.966088

This is pretty much what search engines do right?


 No.966096

File: ab6103e8a806020⋯.jpg (29.29 KB, 575x732, 575:732, 17.jpg)

>>966046

Yes exactly. The link between ```X``` and ```Y``` is almost an entry by itself, and has its own metadata, that can then be filtered on. So if you wanted to only show tax relationships, the graph would simplify and connections/nodes would be filtered out.

>>966068

>Maltego

This is what I was looking for, thank you anon. I will dig into this and either just use it, or take inspiration from it. It appears to be a local Java tool vs a web based one. I think a local tool is swell but it would be interesting to try to decentralize the storage (making graphs almost indestructible) Any thoughts on that?


 No.966097

>>966088

Yeah Google's PageRank (at least at the beginning), did something like this at it's simplest layer, they also index a ton of text, and spend a ton on crawlers.




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 No.963248[Reply]

hi /tech/,

so ive caught wind of the scam known as jewniversity and im not about to waste $100k+ on my education.

my question is: given $100k, how would you spend it in order to become as knowledgable about /tech/ as possible?

i was thinking id just hire a kernel engineer from the linux project to tutor me. im guessing id learn a lot more from someone who actually contributed to something /tech/ and isnt completely concerned with pushing diversity agendas

thanks

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 No.965978

>>965975

>greenspeak nigger on post

you are the nignog

lol@you2x


 No.965979

>>965975

>bipolar ad hominem

expected


 No.965980

>>965973

Dude the real shit isn't even on the darknet, you have to go to the mariana's web if you really want to be enlightened. But you need quantum psychics to access it and that kind of stuff is illegal as fuck lol haha


 No.965987

>>965980

lol you got swallowed by the /x/ memes newfag.

8chan itself is darknet. there is hidden autismo larping board you probably never heard of and the thread is now at #3675 while the site's hidden on google search indexes.

archive sites also don't like 8chan.

you sound like those cia niggers who lurk here during weekends so here's your 666


 No.965991

>>965987

bro /x/ knows their shit don't pretend like it's all fake dude, you can't not prove it's not really real




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 No.964322[Reply]

>Store leases and host reservations in a MySQL, PostgreSQL or Cassandra database rather than a text file

>Using Hooks, it is possible to control the assignment of options and even addresses from your own provisioning system

>For an example of how this can be used, see the FaceBook Kea Application

>We are building a library of commercially-licensed hooks applications to help support Kea development. These are distributed as source packages, but with an End User License Agreement that prohibits redistribution.

>Our Forensic Logging application works with Kea 1.1 and later versions and creates a separate log that may be useful for meeting law enforcement data retention requirements.

>Subscriber-only Features

>Use Kea if you are modernizing your infrastructure

>emoji in one of the quotes

where were you when DHCP got pozzed?

https://www.isc.org/kea/

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 No.965596

>>964554

>>implying this isn't complete overkill for 99% of use cases

I can think of a couple of use cases where managing dhcp records and leases in a database makes sense. Think of organisations with large numbers of devices which need to be under tight control but also managed by staff with little privileges, or by web interfaces. Universities, companies, datacentres...>>964554


 No.965673

What's wrong with openbsd's dhcpd?

nothing

Binary lease files are garbage just like binary log files are garbage.


 No.965715

>>965673

It's a stripped version of ISC dhcpd. Unless I'm mistaken the lease file fills infinitely until the daemon is restarted. It lacks some features like ddns and the classless static routes option. Those are bloat though, I use it myself.


 No.965749

My isp dhcp is already pozzed. I can no longer IP jump without having to completely restart my wireless modem. I used to be able to with just disconnecting my network wan


 No.965757

>>964549

>ISC is developing a new DHCP server, Kea, which we intend to eventually replace ISC DHCP

Thanks for the heads up, I just migrated my config to OpenBSD's version.

If no glaring missing config option shows up, I'll be removing it.




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 No.945110[Reply]

Do you believe the Elite have technology that is 500 years ahead of what they give us? I mean I just don't see how they could have secret space programs or anti aging regimens and keep it hush hush

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 No.965490

>>954251

>The US military would have been fully capable of completely obliterating that entire country with every rice farmer in it.

Dropping some nuclear weapon to kill every "civilian" and winning a war is two different story.


 No.965521

No, because there is no financial reason to develop better technology. Economics 101 :^)


 No.965716

>>954251

CFR and the Atlantic Council approves this post.


 No.965805

>>945214

>Catherine Austin Fitts and richard dolan

These are literally CIA nigger disinformation agents.


 No.965806

File: 0e3d40a2196c2e2⋯.jpg (58.93 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, catherine_austin_fitts_tra….jpg)

>>945214

>>945200

>trusting the literal secret tranny Catherine Austin Fitts

That's a man, baby.




 No.939760[Reply]

What are some good phrases to catch the interest of normies and get them interested in technological issues? For instance, data privacy and free software?

I think the FSF does a good job of coming up with catchphrases, but that's probably solely the work of rms. "Defective by Design" and "Digital Restrictions Management" strike me as two effective phrases. In addition to libre and free software. What about degoogle? That tells people immediately what they do in order to practice better data privacy. Anyone have ideas similar to this? I feel that degoogle is too specific to a particular company, but it works as well.

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 No.957051

>>947446

glow-in-the-dark niggers can't meme, confirmed right in this thread


 No.957259

Refer to the reply chain started by >>955998. Long story short: You can't save them. Everyone on this site knows this. Just spare yourself the trouble of fighting and accept that the only way out of this shit situation is suicide.


 No.957404

>>953034

See >>954474

Just call it "Free Market Software"


 No.965571

I think we should focus on making software like Windows 10 look really bad (as it is), most normalfags have only been told "<program> spies on u!", we need to show them what they exactly they collect and make it look scary and unjustifiable (again, as it is). There is nothing special and fancy about free software, and most of the time it's the opposite of fancy, we should only present it as the alternative.

Wrong: Duuuuude install gentoo it's better than Windows

Right: Windows 10 sucks and here's why: https://example.com/articles/data-w10-collects, but you don't have to use W10, $linux_distro is a functional OS that doesn't spy on you at all, and it's open source for anyone to verify it.

Also, anyone have a source on accurate data that Windows 10 collects?, I'm thinking of making an article about it on my website.


 No.965664

I rather like degoogle. It has a nice ring.




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 No.944635[Reply]

As I kid I fucking loved technology, it was always improving and we were seeing massive leaps in what machines were capable of doing. We went from the Atari 2600 all the way up to the PS2 and then everything just seemed to stagnate. Technology no longer improved as much as it just sort of polished things a bit better.

This even happened with the internet where we kept seeing improvements and new ways to use it until we hit social media and immediately it all stagnated and turned to shit on the spot. Instead of having cool games to play on it the internet is now watching someone else replay the same old game over and over or seeing some cam whore play the latest bland as fuck skinner box.

It went from being an exciting thing to explore and see all these awesome new websites to asking myself which company I want to spy on me for an hour. I have super high speed internet and can download a gig in less than 60 seconds... and then the only porn being offered is trannies, interracial or cuckolding. What's even the point of that?

I understand as people get older they start to see newer tech as something they can't understand but that isn't the problem here. It's not that the tech is not understandable, it's that it's devoid of any soul or purpose. There's no excitement, nothing new and interesting. The most interesting thing I've found lately is Neocities which is little more than a Geocities parody. It's so bad that parodying the bad stuff is now one of the exceptional highs.

Any one else just grown to utterly despise technology but it's so inbuilt into who they are there's no real way to disconnect from it without completely restructuring their lives?

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 No.965497

>>964131

Please tell me you're just baiting and that you're not this fucking retarded/

Carbon is quite flammable, and actually stores more energy than hydrogen. Just do a search for "graphite fire" if you don't believe me. Carbon monoxide is an excellent fuel. It burns cleanly resulting in CO2. If the carbon is from a renewable source there is no harm to the environment, as it is carbon neutral.

Charcoal is almost entirely carbon, and charcoal gasifiers are extremely easy to make. They just partially burn carbon to CO, and in the engine this is burnt to CO2. Is is an extremely clean gas, and requires little or no filtering to give an extremely clean burning fuel. You don't get soot or tar from such extremely simple compounds.

As for running engines on wood, those gasifiers are almost always some kind of downdraft gasifiers. A properly made gasifier gets very hot at the combustion zone, cracking the heavy creosote causing compounds. The few that remain are relatively simple to filter out. There are people that have been running vehicles for years on wood without tar issues. These gasifiers output hydrogen, methanol, and carbon monoxide. What Teslonian man is doing is not really full blown gasification, it's just pyrolysis. He's got a simple retort that he isn't getting very hot, of course he's getting all sorts of sludgy long chain molecules out of it. He gets some usable fuel, but most of it is heavy sludgy creosote also known by the trendy term "bio-crude" that needs to be broken down and refined more.

Charcoal can be used for many of the same processes that coal is used for, and almost all of the ones that coke (which like charcoal, is pretty much pure carbon with some ash forming compounds in it) is used for. One that I mentioned earlier is water slurry fuels. Charcoal is finely powdered, mixed with water, and burnt in diesel engines instead of diesel fuel. It's that simple.

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 No.965634

>>944635

Welcome to "the world". The NWO believes people are naturally animals and only those awake to the real world deserve freedom.

Tech evolved into a coddling device. Those of us that loved to learn it were stuck in a position where we KNOW new releases and device announcements are ploys to keep people employed and make money, not improve life.

If you understand tech and work in it, you're likely unhappy with how much people depend on it and how defensive people get asking for help.

Google advertisements used to show people how to use it to problem solve, but still no one uses it because they want problems solved, they aren't looking for how to solve them


 No.965642

>>962063

nikola tesla had his patients pulled, and the gov later created a law allowing them to do it going forward, after he started talking to reporters about aether, the vacuum of space, containing an abundance of endless energy to be harnessed with relatively little amounts of electromagnetism ( think about that EM drive ).

They teach us 99% of everything so that 1%, across multiple technologies and science truths, to make it hard to unravel


 No.965993

>and then the only porn being offered is trannies, interracial or cuckolding.

All you're seeing is trannies because you're not clearing your browser cache and pornhub is recommending you shit based on your previous searches and preferences. It's ok to be a sissy cuck anon if that's who you are inside, don't be ashamed and project it out on the structures of your arguments


 No.967449

>>953532

>Modern technology (and industrial technology overall) has been MADE by (((them))). List any industrial society that is free,

Does the Third Reich ring a bell to you, nigger? and your shit logic that kikes "invented modern technology would imply that kikes have any creativity at all you dumb cunt.




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 No.964157[Reply]

I have information on the so called of death of Terry. Its all centered around Facebook, an easily manipulatable platform. Terry is actually alive, he has faked his own death to escspe an government entity that has been spying on him more anf more recently. They were getting too close to finding out what Terry was planning. I will go ahead and tell you what he was planning since its too late to stop him now. Terry is currently in Europe making his way to the Vatican via hitch-hiking once there he will overthrow the pope and gain control over the church because the popes a nigger cuck. Then he will call down up the men of today to fight for a second crusade to permantly eradicate Islam from the world and destroy the CIA. He will then take his rule as divine king Terry of the world. Then he wil send all the Niggers back to Africa. Its too late to stop him CIA, so dont even try. All i ask of you anons is to prepare to rise up and eradicate islam from the world under the rule of king Terry and the blessing of God almighy amen.

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 No.965527

>>964157

Are you trolling or just absolutely gullible.


 No.965549

File: d33f7fda266bf3e⋯.png (807.03 KB, 750x1031, 750:1031, furryTrap.png)

You don't care about Terry. You just care about him for the epic memes "CIA nigger" and "glow in the dark."

That's literally it.

If anything, you retards caused his death by approving of his disease and creating a stupid myth around him which ended on donations and livestreams.


 No.965577

Stage 1: Denial


 No.965585

>>965577

Stage 2: Gas the Discord niggers and the jews


 No.965875

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Of course. They will meet in 64bit heaven and Terry will explain his OS to him while drinking a good ol' bottle of Diet Shasta.




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 No.957829[Reply]

Who strikes you as the most important political players in the technology sphere? From what I have read, weev actively develops some of the more radical and press-worthy "right of center" websites on the internet, namely The Daily Stormer and Hatreon. To that effect, Cody Wilson owns Hatreon but I think weev does a lot of the programming and Wilson has garnered a lot of attention in his own right. Read: Defense Distributed and the recent 3D printed gun hysteria. Who am I missing? Are there leftist radicals in tech who aren't hired by some of the major companies like Google and just sold their souls? I feel like those companies are so liberal (not leftist) that they attract some of the power players who care about identity politics shit. Chelsea Manning is definitely left of center but honestly I have no idea what she is even doing. Probably just trying to avoid being assassinated by CIA niggers. And that begs the question whether Julian Assange is left as well? He seems fairly independent from ideological trappings (inb4 Putin's suckbuddy). Snowden is just a good person. Jake Applebaum seems left but he was exiled when rumors spread of him being a pervert or something. The problem with the Western "Left" is that they have so many witch hunts that they expel anyone worth a shit before they can do anything substantial. Amir Taaki is left I suppose because he served in the Rojavan army, but he is more anarchist in the vein of right-wing libertarians/ancaps such as Cody Wilson.

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 No.965492

>>965491

I would say


 No.965493

The only real hackers that exists are already recruited by the CIA.


 No.965501

>>958065

what a fucking moron you are.

>politics is futile will never lead to peace

>(((this))) wont change anything

oh wait we have peace in the west

so nothing needs to change since we have peace

and since politics wont change anything, we wont get war either. meditate on that you stupid cunt


 No.965513

>>965422

>her

>she


 No.965568

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>>958123

>"Mainstained"




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 No.961942[Reply]

https://www.mail-archive.com/linux-btrfs@vger.kernel.org/msg46598.html

>btrfs can't detect a drive failure in a RAID array

yikes

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 No.963097

>>962004

>Dedup is gay

I guess you never had a gorillion VMs in your SAN that all have mostly the same few OSes and applications installed?


 No.963530

>>963097

Why not just use overlays?


 No.963537

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>>962004

>Listen to some talks from ZFS devs, they've done a lot of work that really helps you out when nasty shit like hard drives or raid controllers lying to you


 No.963689

>>963537

>ZFS on linux

>implying I said the software has no bugs


 No.965347

>>963689

When compared to BTRFS?




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 No.963827[Reply]

This question has probably been asked 100 times already, but is truecrypt a good program for encryption? I have heard some people saying that it is safe and that they got a NSL (national security letter) which was the reason for their announcement about TC being "unsafe". Others have said that it is not safe, since the believed creator of the program is a known snitch. So is truecrypt safe? And if not, what other encryption program is safe?

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 No.964476

>>964459

>>963837

TrueCrypt audit is okay, but don't expect it to update.

Just use VeraCrypt for better compatibility.


 No.964551

>>964459

Helps if you read the full audit report, anon. It's not like a fucking tweet going "yeah it's okay". They uncovered a couple of minor issues.


 No.964639

>>963827

>Is truecrypt still safe

More or less, but it's been superseded by VeraCrypt, with advancements in nearly every way.

For example, VeraCrypt provides full disk system encryption on UEFI based systems.


 No.964667

TRUECRYPT HIDDEN VOLUMES CAN BE DETECTED. THIS VULNERABILITY IS MITIGATED IN VERACRYPT. IF YOU ARE USING TRUECRYPT FOR ITS HIDDEN VOLUME FUNCTIONALITY YOU WILL GET YOUR SHIT KICKED IN.

See version 1.18a release notes

https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Release%20Notes.html

https://archive.fo/8rDPi

https://web.archive.org/web/20180903220458/https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Release%20Notes.html


 No.965094

>>964667

CIA nigger detected. But in all serious you are correct.




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