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File: 6a48918690679fa⋯.jpg (41.45 KB, 500x431, 500:431, Darkwebmeme.jpg)

 No.952595[Reply]

So the trailer for this new film about the deep, dark web came out a few months ago (its recently become more popular), and it looks cringey as fuck to anyone who knows even slightly what they're talking about when it comes to the dark web, or computers, or even just common sense.

Everything in this trailer is stupid.

From the film's tor browser clone "river browser" having to span itself over fourteen different nodes to access its sector of the dark web (on the river network I guess. You know, "tor" actually stands for something, it means something. What the fuck does "river" mean?), to how the villain whose supposedly this genius hacker person carelessly leaves his laptop in a coffee shop (and gave his user account the most suspicious username ever), to how this moron who works in a coffee shop somehow managed to get into this guys account either because it wasn't password protected (some hacking genius this guy is) or that it was so easy to crack that even this coffee shop moron could crack it, to why the fuck is this genius hacker person accessing the darkweb on his host operating system which is none the less a mainstream operating system that is likely to catch a virus, e.c.t.

So this all got me thinking about something which has been bothering me for quite a while now. Why do most people not know shit about the darkweb?

As far as Computer Science goes, it's relatively simple to understand.

But you always hear people, especially online, talking complete bullshit about it.

I see it in my school a lot where you have these stupid kids boasting about how bad-ass they are because they downloaded the tor browser (again, on their fucking host operating system. If they actually get the balls to browse the dark web properly their computer is going to break in like five seconds).

I actually showed one of the students in my school that I had downloaded the tor browser. He was terrified because he thinks that the browser itself is illegal and that just accessing the dark web is illegal.

It got to the point where he actually tried to bribe me to deletPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.961325

>>952863

His specific way of using Tor is compromised: public hidden sites are easy to bust just by listing the top N IPs by traffic and then seeing who correlates best with the timing of page refreshes. It's parallel construction, though not because of covering up eavesdropping but because statistical correlation doesn't meet a proper standard of evidence.


 No.961338

>>961325

Did your prepubescent mind come up with that garble? Official documents say that Ross Ulbricht did not isolate his web server completely in Tor. FBI scanned internet for his captcha page which was served by third party in turn IIRC on http port and voila, this is how they got his server IP. What happened next is they contacted the local police in Iceland where data center is located and asked for IP addresses ever connected to that server. Turned out, dumb nigger used a fucking V P N service to connect to his own very secret darkweb server. Not Tor, a VPN service from some CIAnigger company. The rest of this case is pretty self-explanatory.


 No.962034

>>955401

>effects


 No.964636

>>952595

That's a lot of text that you typed just to say "LMAO I know how tor works, sekrit Klub amirite? XD"


 No.964944

>>961325

>seeing who correlates best with the timing of page refreshes

thats not how it works skiddo

>statistical correlation doesn't meet a proper standard of evidence.

thats not how it works skiddo

>It's parallel construction

thats not how it works skiddo




File: e044a9cbe91d336⋯.jpg (168.14 KB, 525x750, 7:10, ASU.jpg)

 No.963874[Reply]

The Terry that died was Terry Allen Davis, born in 1947. https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/Terry-Davis-obituary?pid=190092051

TempleOS Terry's real name is Terrence Andrew Davis, and he was born in 1969. He graduated from AguaFria High School, 1988. With this, there's no way he is 72 years old. He's not even 50.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180902161917/http://hacker1976.rssing.com/chan-69386952/all_p640.html and http://archive.is/gBLDP

He survived a car crash recently: https://ktul.com/news/local/ohp-1-dead-another-critical-after-crash-on-highway-169

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 No.964336

>>964318

no proof. Terry's demise seems more and more fake


 No.964543

>>964336

Provide literally any evidence of him being alive and we might believe you. Until then stop shilling.


 No.964544

>>964336

"What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence".


 No.964587

>>963882

>implying they arent all coal burners


 No.968179

>>964543

Provide literally any evidence of him being dead and we might believe you. Until then stop shilling.




File: 7761ad3c20d324b⋯.jpg (139.31 KB, 1600x1066, 800:533, Justice.jpg)

 No.964037[Reply]

Tech Justice

Let's document all of the problematic terminology in our industry today, and bully the offenders into compliance with our preferred alternatives. Just because a term is traditional nomenclature, doesn't make it sacrosanct.

master/slave # Colonial imperialism

killing thread # Traumatic violent language

child process # Exploitation of children

thread starvation # Traumatic language, classist language

booleans # Excludes non binary options

black list # Implies black is undesirable

class # Imposition of societal-hiearchies

struct # Rigid conservative perspective of data

race condition # Does not address problem of whiteness

driver # Harkens back to slavory terminology

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 No.964094

I'm surprised that whitelist/blacklist never caught the attention of Global HR.


 No.964101


 No.964127

>Anchored

Thanks (((Mods))), always a good idea when you try to police what people can say. I guess I hit a nerve talking about SJWs eh?


 No.964326

>>964127

To be honest, the threat should be deleted and all the posters banned.


 No.964514

>>964326

>threat

freudian slip




File: 99f16f7b708d7b5⋯.png (7.6 KB, 307x464, 307:464, tcl_tk.png)

 No.960994[Reply]

What would the world look like today if Tcl/Tk got the love and respect it deserved? Why did you abandon this? Are you willing to repent for your sins? Will your swear off the evil that is Guile and the idolatry of Python? Are you willing to join me in committing to the church of TCL?

Here's a quick article to walk you through Tcl, and some of the surprising power behind the language.

http://antirez.com/articoli/tclmisunderstood.html

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 No.963473

>>963435

We still have that problem today though. People want quick easy to use glue languages without having to burden themselves with the constructs needed in a systems language.


 No.963886

>>963448

>31M ants can carry as much as 7k super-tankers because its a bigger number

Gov schooling is terrible


 No.963968

The Tcl documentation isn't terrible, but the worst part is the Wiki. You search for how to do something, and you get a 20 year old discourse from guys debating over their favorite way of getting it done.To this day, I've never seen documentation comparable to the quality of the Racket Guide and Reference, in which every function in every example is hyperlinked to a reference definition.


 No.963977

>>963886

No one was using that shit. One of the biggest early internet sites in terms of page views was eBay which was written in C++ for IIS. Another was Google which rolled its own.


 No.964006

>>963977

>No one was using that shit

>AOL server

Being this young




File: a2f1e5cd1105d66⋯.jpg (69.59 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, What's a computer.jpg)

 No.945626[Reply]

The following is a post submitted to an Apple subreddit bragging that you can do the majority of your "computing" on an iPad/iPhone, now before I lose you immediately, take heed that this is actually a microcosm for the normie population at large. There is still some opposition, but an alarming number of these NPC's are leaving Mac/PC behind. If their demand for computers drops, the price for everyone increases. Here's some choice quotes, these are real beauties.

T R I G G E R W A R N I N G

>95% of my computing work can be done on my iPad Pro. It’s just that annoying 5% that’s really frustrating. I’m studying Maths and Physics at university, and they require access to Matlab and RStudio.

>I am in a similar boat.

>I do IT support for small and medium enterprise. Prior to my iPad Pro I was using my 2011 MBP for everything. I would charge it over night, put it and my charger in my bag, and go place to place.

>In IT support you are generally using someone else's computer, that you are fixing. My iPad seems to always have a charge. >My MBP still has to come out sometimes, to format drives, target disk mode, console work etc. But basically my iPad Pro has become my main machine and my MBP has become a tool for some tasks.

>Even doing quotes and stuff for customers is great. Having two Safari windows side by side and simply dragging content between windows is pretty nifty.

>I’ve definitely come to the realization that after college there is really no need for a laptop

>If there was Xcode, Git and better desktop website support, I could ditch the Mac and switch to iPad.

>Unless you are buying an i9 MacBook Pro, you don’t need to worry about this. Also, it’s still a bit unclear what exactly is happening. Most computer users could probably get by with just a tablet. In that case, it’s more preference. Some people like super portable machines. Other people want a larger screen.

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 No.961935

>>954999

>But hey, it's only investor money!

Every Tesla in California comes with around $10k of taxpayer money stuffed in the trunk to make them look more practical than they are. IIRC it's like $7500 federal $2500 state. All of Musk's profit is our tax money as the company is a freebleeder, and we've been paying for rich people to get a discount on a status symbol.


 No.961941

>>961917

have you used a typical samshit / xuiwey? i cannot describe how crappy and asian-bloatware-ridden these things are.. + when the regular user cluelessly fills them to the brim sketchiest ad-spy-ware from google playstore. the sensation is indescribable.


 No.961985

>>945894

Nigger I will 3D print my own parts just to spite you. Hobbyists and real cyberpunks will keep it alive. :^) There are so many projects out there like the passionate retrofit of old thinkpads. You can't stop it.


 No.963720

>>956669

>OYVEY the COMMERCIAL isn't pushing propaganda, YOU are pushing propaganda by commenting on the propaganda in the commercial. Fucking goyim!


 No.964360

File: 507d8f2ecb51164⋯.jpg (55.39 KB, 500x523, 500:523, Fuel_Cost_Graph.jpg)

File: 4ea06e0278024d5⋯.png (185.53 KB, 1026x1048, 513:524, real cost.png)

>>961935

Conventional gasoline ICE vehicles, the refinery process used to manufacture fuel for them, and the externalities imposed by fossil fuels, cost vastly in excess of $10k more than a BEV. Since this cost is amortized over lifetime fuel purchases, its cost is less obvious to retards like you than the up-front sticker price of electric cells in a BEV.

For up-front prices to be even close to fair between gas and electric, subsidies would in fact have to increase far more.




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 No.961517[Reply]

Has anyone tried the HiFive board ?

how good is it? is it the future? are we finally Free from kikery and bloat ?

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 No.963305

>>963279

RMS philosophy is just one interpretation of what free software is. You could open your source but not allow anyone to modify/resell it, open your source completely and allow anyone to close/resell it however they want (like the cuck you are, yes you are the AT&T's bitch you BSD cuck) or if you change your mind maybe go balls deep instead and use AGPL, the true communism license.


 No.963309

>>963305

GPL users are cucks. BSD developers are cucks. Whos getting cucked is the difference.


 No.963312

>>963309

GPL cucks can receive contributions back from the companies, albeit forcefully. BSD cucks on the other hand literally works

>for free

and allows anyone to have sex with their wife. You don't see Apple opening their source completely and contributing back to FreeBSD do you? I'm aware they opened up some of their software but most of it is locked up from the eyes of public forever.


 No.963362

>>963312

GPL cucks have to give their shit back. BSD users can fork that shit and license cant do shit about it.


 No.963366

>>963312

>most of it is locked up from the eyes of public forever.

why would you want that gay code anyways?




File: 870428316d90ce4⋯.jpg (37.05 KB, 640x320, 2:1, audio-file-format-waveform.jpg)

 No.961894[Reply]

Normalizing Audio in Video Files

Is there any good free software that can easily replace the audio track of any video with a normalized version?

I need this because some videos I watch have really shitty audio editing that causes me to have to perch over the volume button to turn the volume up and down. Pisses me off.

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 No.962841

>>962312

>ffmpeg -i input.mp3 -ac 1 output.mp3

this would assume the input is stereo and mix them into mono. Any out of phase audio would cancel out. The effect of doing this would reduce the volume considerably, and you would need to run a volume normalization filter after scanning the audio for the correct values to do so.

The prior suggestion >>962022 should solve the problem without such volume degradation. However, the most accurate solution is to choose a channel and map it as the mono channel.

>Choose a specific channel

> This example uses the pan audio filter to include only the right channel:

ffmpeg -i stereo.wav -af "pan=mono|c0=c1" mono.m4a

Would use the right channel for the resultant mono stream.

If you only want the left channel use c0=c0 instead.


 No.962842

>>962841

obviously you could extend this to copy one channel to the other / swap them / etc for stereo.


 No.962954

>>961901

>right click video

>select normalize audio from drop down menu

was it that hard?


 No.963356

>>962841

The premise of my take on the problem, was that the audio was mono in a container marking it as stereo. I don't know what ffmpeg would, do but you are most certainly right that it is more precise to map the stereo track that has sound in it instead of leaving it up to ffmpeg what to do.

However in this case doing ffmpeg -i file.mp3 -ac 2 file2.mp3 would not make the file play in stereo, as it would still be one track with the mono sound and a blank one.


 No.963378




File: b9bdd07feb5a636⋯.png (5.81 KB, 150x105, 10:7, 039ff1b4eeb4904016d454faaf….png)

 No.952997[Reply]

Can we discuss shells?

I never realized there were so many shells out there all of which are better than bash

Which shells have you tried?

Which one are you using right now and why?

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 No.961986

Is there a way to turn on reverse-i-search in bash by default when you open terminal? Fucking scrolled through bash manual and didn't find any info on that.


 No.961989

>>961986

Not that I know of, but fish is more or less like that all the time, in case you haven't tried it.


 No.961991

>>961768

It's a mess of a project and hardly better than its origin, pdksh (and especially its OpenBSD fork), but any shell would be an upgrade from (((zsh)))


 No.963198

>>953094

No dipshit. Getting real work done and leaving the software plumbing to the blue collar faggots trying to tell me they are a software "engineer". No. You are a plumber. You, at best, build infrastructure so that men can get some real work done.


 No.963227

>>963198

That's mean.




File: 1da4cf231d7cf87⋯.jpg (24.96 KB, 540x519, 180:173, tumblr_inline_pdvm9vFqsd1r….jpg)

 No.961499[Reply]

Good Old Games is a fantastic classic video game company whose products are 100% DRM-free; they are stalwart defenders of your rights to use your technology in legal ways, to protect your privacy and to experiment with the things you buy.

GOG's latest project is a website called FCKDRM (available in German and English), where you'll find DRM-free ebooks, music, videos and games, along with information the hazards of purchasing DRM-infected media and the joys of going DRM-free.

https://fckdrm.com

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 No.962109

File: 6293a253a59fdee⋯.jpg (17.63 KB, 369x365, 369:365, 4 1=JEW.jpg)

>>962040

This is how you scare companies away from supporting DRM-free services and engaging with anti-DRM communities. This initiative is doing more good than harm. Fuck off.

>>962081

Exactly. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good.


 No.962377

>>961523

>pay for (((content)))

it's good to know they've brainwashed you so thoroughly you use their doublespeak even when you think you're opposing them. you are owned


 No.962437

>>961512

Some of those GOG games come with multiplayer DRM-walls. Age of Wonders 3 infamously has a DRM-wall on all multiplayer, including "LAN" and "PBEM". Everything must go through Triumph servers with a verified Triumph serial number, or else you get no multiplayer short of hotseat.


 No.963015

>>962437

I misread Triumph as Trump


 No.963072

>>962437

Originally the singleplayer was locked behind Triumph account registration bullshit too, but GOG forced them to open it up since they didn't want to process all those refunds. They left them with the multiplayer block though.




File: ce0b61449031d92⋯.png (5.81 MB, 1538x2048, 769:1024, 04a1a608647beeeaa60828b71c….png)

 No.959940[Reply]

Guys I want to learn functional programming and LISP, what resources should I use?

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 No.961016

>>960987

CL is OK.

it's just not special at all in its support for FP

you can take any CL book (barring macro-heavy stuff like Let Over Lambda) and follow along in pretty much any other language


 No.961518

>>959940

>>959943

The Easiest resource to get started with Haskell: Learn You a Haskell for Great Good http://learnyouahaskell.com/chapters

>>960726

>>960281

Jane Street Capital uses OCaml


 No.961755

File: 96b2f28f1416716⋯.jpg (148.8 KB, 887x535, 887:535, mission impossible for eli….jpg)

>>959940

>Guys I want to learn functional programming and LISP, what resources should I use?

Don't. It's a meme for people who smell their own farts.


 No.962569

>>959940

>5.81mb


 No.963066

>>962569

I prefer dodie in HD




File: fd12cd488697f6f⋯.png (680.93 KB, 599x838, 599:838, 1535761265936.png)

 No.962266[Reply]

UPDATE:

Pretty much confimred to be faked.

This is the Twitter account of the nigger behind it:

>https://twitter.com/Cthulhu20234

Please read the thread for more details.

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 No.963603

>>963370

kernel*


 No.963604

>>963603

wrong. you can run pretty much any binary on linux without even init or a shell. if it's compiled statically you won't even need a libc. linux is a fully fledged OS


 No.963607

>>963589

>Fucking TheTemple is the cause of a lot of fucking grief

No, it's a case of "kill the messenger". We wouldn't know Terry was dead if he didn't broadcast their private message to us. I've spoken with TheTemple in the past, he loved Terry just like many of us do. He and tsheiks both get a lot of undue hatred, despite having directly helped Terry in finding donators and making donations themselves.


 No.963611

>>963607

So you think it's ok that perhaps the last message his mother ever sent to "Terry" was actually to this fucker who had been stalking his family, befriending them and posing as Terry?

Warped ideals ya got there bud.


 No.963631

File: c224656f64a44d8⋯.png (4.14 KB, 480x640, 3:4, logo.png)

i am extremely upset

fuck everything




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 No.961514[Reply]

Hi /tech/

This thread on /pol/ is scaring some anons.

>>>/pol/12081652

Is there anybody here who can chime in whether they think this is true or a smear campaign?

https://restoreprivacy.com/lawsuit-names-nordvpn-tesonet/

NordVPNs response:

https://archive.fo/cvBzu

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 No.962158

>>961691

Mullvad allows you to pay with cash.


 No.962192

>>962083

Although your idea will conceal Tor from the clearnet sites. Does one have to set up their own ===VPN=== proxy for this?

Also, if you're the only one that uses the VPN, the point is moot


 No.962198

>>961514

yes we know pol is a VPN shopping board, now keep that shit over there

>>962001

>only use this VPN goy


 No.962650

>>962001

They were sued for false advertisement, and were required to change it to "as shown in court" since it was never proven


 No.962781

NordVPN requires you make an account.

Don't use it.

Use Mullvad.




File: ca06654abf6078c⋯.png (23.47 KB, 603x207, 67:23, case3.png)

 No.961445[Reply]

>muh unix philosophy

>muh doing one thing well

>muh modularity

>muh everything is a file

>muh elegant software with common interfaces

>MEANWHILE, IN LINUX'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TTY

What the fuck is happening with Linux's tty implementation?

Isn't there a better way to implement a text input and output environment?

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 No.961874

>>961445

>Isn't there a better way to implement a text input and output environment?

No? UNIX and their derivatives are primarily command-line driven, so it makes sense to do this, as it allows for a more modular approach to driver development and generally makes the interface and behavior more consistent. I rather like not having to worry if my software's running on a VGA framebuffer, SSH session, X-Term, or honest-to-god VT100.

Maybe I'm dumb, but I'm yet to see a more elegant solution.


 No.962003

>>961874

a terminal emulator is literally more work to implement than setting up a VESA framebuffer

>install not-linux

>worry about whether it was able to setup a VESA framebuffer

>ooh it was able, what a surprise!

>continue on using superior OS that doesn't have 9 million metacharacter injection vulnerabilities


 No.962096

>>961456

Who is this titty monster


 No.962124

>>962003

Yeah usually the BIOS can even do a VESA buffer by itself. Modern TTY is a god awful POS bloated system.


 No.962164

>>962003

What model does *BSD use?




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 No.958441[Reply]

I just spent 14 hours debugging React shit

Ama

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 No.959384

>>959380

Try using a React app on a phone


 No.959421

>>959384

Don't use Pajeet-coded apps. It's simple DOM updates.


 No.959796

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>>958550

>reddit can't appropriate words and terms

Go fuck yourself.

>>>/suicide/


 No.961992

>AMA

you have to go back.




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 No.957954[Reply]

In 50 years do you see any of these companies still existing?

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 No.960321

>>959673

>apple will burn as soon as chinese laborers want rights

This won't matter unless the CCP falls out of power. It's not a matter of if they want rights, even if they get them the cheap labor will just shift over to some other group like China's vast network of political prisoners who are basically slaves or one of it's many African colonies who are basically slaves.


 No.960322

Facebook is likely going to die. Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet can easily diversify like Microsoft did


 No.960323

>>959673

>apple will burn as soon as chinese laborers want rights

Apples main hardware is made in Taiwan so they already have more rights. If Apple really wanted to they could move assembly to somewhere else


 No.960362

>>960322

> Amazon

> diversify

The problem with the graph is that it fallaciously abstracts a very diverse revenue stream into being one revenue stream. You wouldn't say that Walmart isn't diverse because "they sell stuff". They're arguably more diverse than, say, Barnes and Noble, or Hobby Lobby.


 No.961988

>other

AKA selling costumers data.




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