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File: 6aadf80b83113b8⋯.jpg (24.36 KB, 214x277, 214:277, foto.jpg)

 No.889073[Reply]

Xoroshiro128+ Fails PractRand Even When Truncated

Although I know a lot of effort went into Xoroshiro128+, and there are many good things that have come out of its development, I am sad to say that on balance I feel it has too many flaws to be worth recommending—there are many better choices. In this post, I'll dig a little deeper into some of its flaws.

Let's begin with what we already know:

* John D. Cook showed that it fails PractRand with just a couple of seconds of testing, and before that Chris Doty-Humphrey, author of PractRand, showed that it didn't just fail “binary rank” tests, it also failed the DC6 test which is a short-medium range linear test.

* Daniel Lemire showed that it fails TestU01.

* I showed that it is trivially predictable.

* I showed that it is visualizing smaller-scale versions of the scheme shows clear flaws.

But are the flaws superficial and easily ignored, or more troubling than that?

Evolving Author Caveats

The authors of Xoroshiro128+ do acknowledge some of these flaws. The source code admits (somewhat obliquely) that it fails PractRand's binary-rank tests, but suggests that the problem is confined to just the lowest few bits. Over time, however, these claims have been progressively weakened. The source for this generator used to say:

>with the exception of binary rank tests, which fail due to the lowest bit being an LFSR; all other bits pass all tests.

On 14 October, 2017, the comments in the source were revised to say

>with the exception of binary rank tests, as the lowest bit of this generator is an LSFR. The next bit is not an LFSR, but in the long run it will fail binary rank tests, too. The other bits have no LFSR artifacts.

Less than six weeks later, on 29 November 2017, the comments were revised yet again, to what is now their current wording (archive):

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 No.889393

>>889331

because it doesn't work like that, obviously.


 No.889394

>>889331

It's slow to do that / use a CSPRNG.

>>889393

or does it?


 No.891802

File: f4038e565faa3c3⋯.png (308.03 KB, 484x502, 242:251, me.png)

Hey Faggots,

My name is seba, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid ass pictures. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any pussy? I mean, I guess it’s fun making fun of random number generators because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to generators on facebook.

Don’t be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I’m pretty much perfect. I was captain of the chess club, and starter on my math team. What programming work do you do, other than “jack off to naked drawn Japanese people”? I also get straight A’s, and have a banging hot random number generator (it just generated numbers; Shit was SO cash). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.

Pic Related: It’s me and my random number generator


 No.892512

>>891802

>being this butthurt because a woman belittled his tiny PRNG

LOL


 No.893230

>>892512

>implying xoroshiro+ and xorshift1024* fails at it's intended purpose

>muh predictability

>not knowing Melissa O'Neil is notorious for lying on her website

Dumb nigger detected




File: 83e841b25ec03b1⋯.png (22.28 KB, 1140x350, 114:35, openwashing.png)

 No.891205[Reply]

What does /tech/ think of openwashing? Pic related.

>A review of usage of the word "open" in the contexts of open content, open educational resources, open access, open data, open knowledge, open source, and open standards reveals that the community understands "open" to mean two things: (1) Free access to the content, resource, journal article, data, knowledge artifact, software, or standard, and (2) a formal grant of rights and permissions giving back to the user many of the rights and permissions copyright normally reserves exclusively for the rights holder.

>When you see an individual, organization, or company claim that their software is "open," check to see if their software is licensed under an OSI approved license. If it is not, they are openwashing.

>When you see an individual, organization, or company claim that their content is "open," check to see if it is licensed under a Creative Commons license, another license that grants you the 5R permissions, or placed in the public domain. If it is not, they are openwashing.

Source: http://openwashing.org/

What can be done to remedy it?

Have Open Source cucks finally realized their efforts in employing 'more business friendly' language and distancing themselves from Free Software to avoid the ambiguity of the term have been an exercise in futility, sometimes even counterproductive?

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 No.891824

>>891205

>5R permissions

>not four freedoms

>corporate buzzword

Fuck off with this soulless kike shit.


 No.892439

>>891314

>libertarians are anarchists now


 No.892446

Open Mouth


 No.892456

After looking at title I thought this thread is about open source washing machines firmware.

>>892446

Go back to kolchoque, fgt.


 No.892474

Realize that even in technical contexts, buzzwords are used heavily and work. Look at the Computer Display Standard (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_display_standard ) full names. There's no reason to not just use the numbers instead of calling them shit like "Half Quarter", "Super", "Extended", "Extended Plus", "Ultra Extended", "Full", "Widescreen Super Extended", all the way up to shit like "Wide Quad Eltra Extended". People like words, whether they actually mean anything or not. People are susceptible to marketing terms regardless. You are too, but it's probably a different set of words, or subtle enough that you don't notice it.




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 No.888591[Reply]

Is this a field worth getting into? What are the prerequisites? What are the most important things/subjects/technologies/products to learn about (and in what order/to what depth)? What are the possible career paths/different positions and how does day-to-day work generally look like? How well is the field (and associated jobs) expected to be resilient against being eroded by general current and future trends in technology?

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 No.892028


 No.892032

>>892028

why anon?


 No.892035

>>892032

>specialize in SQL

>doesn't want to be a DBA

durr


 No.892152

>>890640

>>890021

>>889791

SQL is a declarative language, so programmers who are more familiar with imperative languages have trouble using it. You have to describe the data you want in the query, and system will choose what it thinks is the best way to retrieve the it. It's really different from writing step-by-step instructions to retrieve and manipulate data.

Being familiar with set math, normal forms, and when to use a relational database are all useful.

I've only had one bad client in my life. His original data wasn't normalized, so the relationships became irretrievably broken. I had to explain to him with simple examples why I couldn't fix it. On the next project, he insisted I use a relational database, but I warned him that it would be very slow to insert the amount of data he wanted, and the data wouldn't benefit from relationships anyways. Each of his projects failed due to his micromanagement and incompetence. He was a professor of data analysis.


 No.892404

>>892035

>what is business analyst




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 No.889609[Reply]

Whilst going full libreboot and modding a QX9300 into a T500, slow hdd storage is painful too a price to remain full libre.

We know for a fact, that all Sandforce controllers and basically every product from WD and Seagate are backdoored.

You can isolate it using USB 2.0, but it's too slow.

Non Western Sata SSDs it is then.

All chink government PCs use Renice and/or Runcore SSDs, since the chinks wrote their own controller and built it themselves backdoor free.

I have seen those two recommended often.

Anyone got experience or with those? Any other suggestions?

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 No.890086

>>890079

>AIDS isn't a disease unto itself, but rather one of the symptoms of HIV.

that's the joke


 No.890137

>>890079

> Why? I would rather give it to the NSA, because they probably won't sell it to everyone. ofc, they could sell it to foreign governments, some random company could sell it to anyone who has the money. And I think NSA would store my data securely, unlike some random company.

Are we advocating now for how the NSA is keeping our data save and secure? What even is this.


 No.892323

File: 55be63d1d36a4b8⋯.png (73.47 KB, 420x294, 10:7, nsabackup.png)

>>890137

You might be overthinking it. Thing aren't really that bad!

Think of all those great cloud services provided to you by Google and others.

How would you do backups without them?

If a meteor hit your house, all your data would be gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111

xDDDDD


 No.892329

>>892323

>If a meteor hit your house, all your data would be gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111

What about offline friends keeping a copy on a HDD?


 No.892353

>>892329

>8/tech/nicians

>having friends

>implying

Fortunately, safe deposit boxes at the bank are a thing.




File: 691cf2bde2c679f⋯.jpg (40.32 KB, 800x600, 4:3, floppies.jpg)

 No.890538[Reply]

>the teaspoon of removable media

>small, thin, cheap

>write protection switch

>perfect for text files

>usable forever if reformatted

>secure wiping by fridge magnet

>paper labels with your name

>gone too soon

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 No.892264

File: 36bb544891f3872⋯.png (209.71 KB, 428x468, 107:117, H.png)

>Search for floppy drive sounds to take me back

>It's all people playing meme music on banks of them


 No.892284

File: eb028a3c1e17b56⋯.png (32.57 KB, 964x748, 241:187, unzip.png)

>>892205

CRC32 is still heavily used, for example in ZIP files.


 No.892301

>>892284

Short hashing algorithms make more sense with small files, where collision probablity stays acceptably small.


 No.892308


 No.892336

File: be2c5de4cb880f7⋯.jpeg (1.4 MB, 2448x3264, 3:4, N06AP1R.jpeg)

>>890584

>not using 8" hard sectored floppy's

nigger PLEASE

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=sAHIR2OYNVU




File: 614ee18aab44bf1⋯.png (51.36 KB, 1200x1290, 40:43, qubes.png)

 No.856363[Reply]

How "good" is this to use?

I've been toying around with v3.2 and it doesn't require virtualization to work until v4.

My T500 has options to enable VT-x but for some reason it won't boot or install with them enabled.

It seems I've looked just about everywhere as to why that is, but have yet to find a reason.

I'm probably just blind or stupid.

Their "compatibility list" is such a mess of "yeah sure it will work trust me".

Their latest "Qubes Air" which is some cloud computing version of qubes even talks about how hard it is to find a compatible laptop to get everything working, especially since v4 is going to require virtualization.

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 No.886430

>>871521

snowden promotes qubes and come to find out hes 100 percent c eye ayyyylmao clown same with that safedrop dropsecure securedrop!!!!


 No.886442

>>886430

That's for sure my fellow teen lol, we better stop using it right away! xD


 No.892192

ha ha, bump


 No.892300

I wanted to try this a few years ago, forgot it was a thing. might check it out if i get around to it.


 No.892321

File: 7c32c3f7880fb76⋯.png (7.23 KB, 466x120, 233:60, techtruth.PNG)

>>857488

Fitstly, check'd, secondly this is the truth of all boards.




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 No.890813[Reply]

what's /tech/'s opinion on dragonflybsd? seems like a pretty nice BSD to me

>inb4 "cuck license"

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 No.891763

>>891761

Insert module between source and outputs, that splits the signals.


 No.891768

>>891701

>None of those OSes have hardware acceleration for video playback

Werks on my machine : ^)

You can keep posting this meme but you aren't convincing anyone about anything besides your lack of knowledge on the subject.


 No.891791

>>891701

I ran OpenBSD on a T61p with nvidia crap, and it worked perfectly fine. Mind you, I don't care about video-in-browser or OpenGL shit. But I could do everything I needed, including watch videos/movies, play games/emulators that don't use OpenGL (including E-UAE, before that FS-UAE crap), and browse all sites I needed to in Firefox with no visible slowdown. That was like 2 years ago, and the core2duo CPU could handle all video stuff on its own just fine. I'm willing to bet that CPU is more powerful than some ARM boards people are using without MALI or equivalent driver. Anyway mobo crapped out or I'd still be using it. Now I have a new shit laptop where stuff works even less good than on that T61p. Obviously it's not a Thinkpad, those actually work well with OpenBSD.


 No.892194

>>891021

>>890944

>>890888

Me again. So I installed FreeBSD over gentoo and so far after a few kernel config issues I am up and running with xfce and it's honestly a _very_ usable desktop os. The sound works A LOT better than ALSA on linux (I had a 100liner asound.rc on linux). The sound works out of the box with multiple audio sources etc. Only flaw is that it doesn't support my PCI xonar audio card, but for the sake of my trial of freebsd this doesn't matter. The bsd style init is very nice and loading kernel modules is easy.

t.>>890882

>>890922


 No.892278

>>891795

The same solution. Insert module between source and output, that strips HDCP.




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File: dd7492965652330⋯.png (37.63 KB, 2000x2000, 1:1, 2000px-Adobe_Premiere_Pro_….png)

 No.891548[Reply]

I like how Sony Vegas and Adobe Premeire have the market cornered on professional video editing. Whereas areas like 3D modeling and graphic effects have free proprietary software. What's more, even if you pirate Gaygas and Pissmeire, they're bloated and take forever to boot up, making people shy away from doing so in the first place.

Guess nobody's got big enough balls to make their own Linux-centric GIMP or Blender equivalent. That, or I've never heard of such thing yet.

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 No.892172

File: f0995b4978ccb4f⋯.png (215.93 KB, 1068x809, 1068:809, f0995b4978ccb4f528fba2e196….png)

>>892157

Why are you even here?


 No.892175

File: b5e87030d675633⋯.webm (14.13 MB, 1366x768, 683:384, out.webm)

>>892160

Of course it turned out to be unplayable, fucking browsers. Here, let me re-encode it.


 No.892190

File: 0fbd0dddd4679ad⋯.jpg (424.3 KB, 1037x1685, 1037:1685, Carputer.jpg)

>>892163

>>892172

Everything I liked to any particular degree is dead, nobody dreams any longer of making anything better, and everything left is varying levels of utter trash.


 No.892198

File: b0a3b7001174722⋯.jpg (277.45 KB, 1150x850, 23:17, lwm.jpg)


 No.892206

>>892163

>>892190

>>892198

You need to go back.




File: 133f4c33e0338cd⋯.png (887.64 KB, 4800x4800, 1:1, Gold_Bitcoin-4800px.png)

 No.884312[Reply]

Bitcoin Mining Was Just Banned in a Small Town

http://archive.is/FHDB1/

POWER WASTING GPU HOARDING PYRAMID SCHEME NEO-GOLDBUGGERERS PUBLICLY EXECUTED SOON

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 No.887059

File: 214480214877ae9⋯.png (1.71 MB, 912x1055, 912:1055, ClipboardImage.png)

>>887027

>What are they going to do, sell consumer goods to the Chinese?


 No.887096

>>887055

Offshoring was fundamentally different from mechanization, because instead of increasing productivity, it outright substituted expensive labor with cheap labor coupled an overall decrease in mechanization.

>>887059

When you hear stories about "China's 140M-strong middle class", keep in mind that group is usually defined by having an "annual nominal disposable income per capita" greater than US$10k. For comparison, that number in the US as a whole is about $45k, and about the same in Japan, Australia, Canada, and most of Europe, whose combined population is about a billion:

http://www.scmp.com/news/china/money-wealth/article/2042441/chinas-middle-class-rise-more-third-population-2030-research

3rd-world consumer markets do exist, but they're very raggedy ass.


 No.890085

>>887096

> disposable income

That's some primo good goy brainwashing right there. The concept alone is staggeringly stupid, and conjures up an image of some poor sod throwing money out the window while the jews on the ground floor catch it in their hats and umbrellas.


 No.892068

>>884922

bitcoin is being manipulated, the technology has improved yet its still being kept low.


 No.892389

File: 0ac6deccbb4a24c⋯.jpg (74.95 KB, 960x720, 4:3, slide_3.jpg)

>>890085

Note that what you're probably thinking of as "disposable income" (I know I did) is properly termed "discretionary income"




File: 905a6899c95c18f⋯.jpg (187.06 KB, 900x506, 450:253, NSA.jpg)

 No.885873[Reply]

>Child abuse imagery has been detected in Bitcoin’s blockchain, according to a new study. The discovery potentially puts cryptocurrency users at risk, as anyone who downloads a blockchain could be held liable for illegal content.

>Researchers from RWTH Aachen University in Germany and the Data Protection Research Institute at Goethe University in Frankfurt found 1600 files, including texts and images, on blockchain. Among the data were instances of illegal pornography and serious privacy violations, the team says.

There goes your coins. NSA niggers at the behest of Jew bankers have been working hard to end the small success they had, but I must admit, that's a clever way to render it illegal and verboten in the minds of the general public.

https://www.rt.com/news/421863-child-abuse-blockchain-bitcoin/

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 No.891723

>>891587

It isn't. The first blocks with illegal content come from 2012 or so, though most of them are dead URLs to old CP websites.

It's just another case of retards posting CP and ruining it for everyone else.


 No.891741

File: 4389b4f0e2b84e0⋯.png (18.26 KB, 400x400, 1:1, buttcoins22.png)

>>887219

This. people who think that loli = CP, just undermine the real problem. Why spend a lot of effort and money to ban loli, when real children are being raped by (((them)))

<inb4 anime is real, too!

>>891534

>Is Bitcoin a useful monetary system?

No Bitchcoin is just a experiment/CIA honeypot


 No.891818

>>887219

>>891741

nope. as much as you might not like it, the problem is the government holding contraband laws so high. the result is absudities like "bitcoin is illegal because it is pedo"


 No.891987

>>887347

Yeah, I swear this smells like some kind of psyop bullshit to influence public opinion, and generate distrust of non regulated banking. YOU COULD BE IN POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY!


 No.892057

>>885873

there is cocaine in every single dollar, is the dollar going to be illegal because you could technically collect all the cocaine within each dollar.




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 No.885865[Reply]

What will happen?

<Selling personal data becomes illegal

or

<The botnet dystopia

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 No.890924

Plot twist: both happen


 No.890938

>>886128

>t. Rosenbergstein


 No.891143

File: be1a3503d4c477c⋯.png (4.57 KB, 245x76, 245:76, What_cd.png)

>>886663

>Burning data centers, libraries etc

>tfw never got to see the biggest music library to have ever existed


 No.892052

People don't deserve to die from wacky nail bomb attacks on local ISPs.


 No.892054

>>890632

>Go away.

Ah yes how dare people not be responsible for their own data.




 No.891849[Reply]

I finally got this up and going with Gentoo+qemu/kvm/virt-manager, I figured I would report the results in case anyone had their hopes up for this.

It's so slow it's unusable. Don't get your hopes up. With the host integrated intel hd graphics pulling 10k in glxgears, virgl3d pulls 200fps inside of the guest. It's using the gpu based on measured cpu usage and the guest saying virgl3d is enabled. Software rendering on the same host/guest measures at 1000 fps. Virgl 3d is so slow it causes almost unusable mouse lag.

Has anyone had better results with this? Presumably with a beastly GPU the performance might be better than software rendering.

 No.891855

i take that back..

it's silky smooth if you install spice-vdagent.

i was testing this in an xubuntu live vm. the 3d performance with glxgears is still fucking terrible, 180-200fps, but i've never in my life seen a guest vm have this smooth performance moving the window around.


 No.891860

I've tried the dude bro GPU passthrough guides, but I think I'm having issues because of my Nvidia card. I had my card blacklisted, IOMMU turned on, and set vfio-pci ids for the card, updated initramfs and grub. When I added the GPU PCI host device in virt-manager and tried to boot, it complained and wouldn't boot. I was set to purchase VMWare Workstation when I noticed Workstation Player is free (as in paydom) for non commercial use. It will still be slower than the real thing, but at least I can enjoy my H games.


 No.891866

>Virgil is a research project

<why isn't it fast?????


 No.891868

>>891866

considering how slow it is for 3d, i don't know what spice-vdagent is doing behind the scenes for the graphics but it's doing something significant, atleast for 2d. it goes from a slideshow to unbelievably smooth for the window manager and scrolling, and it's not the cpu doing it.

i thought spice-vdagent was just for little shit like copy-paste and moving the mouse in and out of the window, for virgl it's doing way more. I don't even care about gaymes, or 3d acceleration. I just want scrolling to be smooth and moving windows around to be smooth, 2d acceleration things, and it's blowing my mind how smooth this is.

>>891860

pci passthrough is the ultimate way to go. even with this virgl3d shit, i'm sure i'll run across bugs. try not using virt-manager, you don't need it in anyway, you can just make qemu scripts. virt-manager may bitch for no reason when qemu will totally allow it.


 No.891873

intel also has a newer option to 3d accelerate vm's with the integrated gpu, GVT

https://github.com/intel/gvt-linux/wiki/GVTg_Setup_Guide

you need a broadwell or newer though.




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 No.891545[Reply]

>Intel is exploring the creation of specialty hardware for mining the popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin, according to a U.S. patent application released Thursday.

>The patent, filed on Sept. 23, 2016, describes a Bitcoin mining hardware accelerator that may include a processor core with a hardware accelerator coupled with it.

[https://archive.fo/t90UW] https://crn.com/news/components-peripherals/300101461/intel-files-patent-for-energy-efficient-bitcoin-mining-hardware.htm

Other related news:

>AMD and NVIDIA making cryptocurrency mining cards

[http://archive.is/0CZ34] https://www.tweaktown.com/news/57896/amd-nvidia-making-cryptocurrency-mining-cards/index.html

>Samsung made a special chip for mining cryptocurrency

[http://archive.is/slEuO] https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/31/samsung-asic-cryptocurrency-mining-chip/

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 No.891769

>>891693

Then it gets destroyed once again.


 No.891773

>>891769

We can fork alg literally forever


 No.891789

>>891773

One government employee is literally sufficient enough to destroy all of it. Decentralized meme doesn't take active global adversary attacks into consideration, hence we end up in a loop. Unless you set up a private tracker alike solution that won't scale beyond its 10 developers.


 No.891790

>>891773

But they have more money than you to spend on proof of work.


 No.891810

>>891595

great april fools post. intel could easily manufacture bleeding edge ASICs if they wanted, and horde them if they wanted




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File: 1bc0f11f7881ad5⋯.png (95.51 KB, 2036x710, 1018:355, mozilla bugzilla.png)

 No.891407[Reply]

Since I am officially not welcome on the Mozilla bug tracker, I'll just drop it here and maybe this eventually reaches the right people.

So, let's play a game. When you choose "forget about this site" in the context menu of an item in the history window, do you think that the saved passwords for this site (if you had any) would be kept?

The answer is: no, you will lose them

There's also no confirmation dialog when doing this, nothing.

Do you guys think that this is good for users?

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 No.892186

>>891434

no you're wrong, when in the history window it makes no sense to remove anything other than entries from said history and that would be urls only


 No.892489

>>891813

>>891785

>>891779

>>891777

Come on guys, there's more important things to do than fix bugs.

Gotta get that diversity level up and throw money at pointless fucking projects.


 No.895055

>>891813

>>still can't block popups properly in 2018

false, if you unstall ublock+umatrix

>>browser freezes constantly when

interesting i though t it was me having crap toaster lol

im jelly at people who effortlessly have 10+ open tabs


 No.896264

>>891813

lmao get a computer newer than 2006, loser


 No.896828

>>891813

>>download speeds still show up as negative values

>>download speeds still show up as 3MB/s when the speed has been zero for the last hour

>>download speeds still resemble no coherent number

this is obviously bullshit.




File: 1d38b74eeffc558⋯.mp4 (305.18 KB, 450x586, 225:293, DXXG9F3WsAAJZ3G.mp4)

 No.890682[Reply]

http://archive.is/8yTax

> if found violating its rules, the users will forfeit their account balances, any content licenses they may own, and their Xbox Gold Membership time if they run afoul of these new rules.

>Microsoft didn't respond to questions about what it believes to constitute "offensive language," and how it determines when someone's account should be suspended or banned. The company also didn't reply to questions about what prompted these recent changes in its Service Agreement.

>Microsoft clarified some of the issues for us and said that "Microsoft agents do not watch or listen to your Skype call." However, the company didn't clarify whether or not software or machine learning algorithms are used to monitor Skype calls or other services in real-time for Service Agreement violations.

>In the full text of the agreement, Microsoft included the following paragraph, to which the above paragraph refers:

<Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, bestiality, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity).

>One of the issues with banning of accounts, especially if the violation isn’t too severe, is that such action could represent a major disruption to a user’s life.

For instance, Microsoft has been encouraging users to use Microsoft accounts to log-in to Windows instead of using local accounts. It has also encouraged users to encrypt their laptops using the same Microsoft accounts, where the keys are stored by default. Those keys can’t be recovered without the Microsoft account, so the user would no longer have access to the laptop’s data if the account was banned. The same user may also be using Outlook and Office 365 with their main Microsoft account, too.

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 No.891687

File: 1829732c699ceb2⋯.jpg (145.43 KB, 1279x799, 1279:799, windows-7_284992_full.jpg)

>>891657

Reminder that there's literally no reason to downgrade to Windows 10.


 No.891697

>>891687

>eol in less than two years

Let it go, anon.


 No.891704

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>>891697

Besides linux I'm running Windows Thin PC for muh older games. 32-bit only but supported until 2021.


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>>891704

I mean, is there anything from the Xp-era worth playing that doesn't run in Wine at this point?


 No.891721

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>>891707

Wine 3.0 is actually pretty good, there are some obscure titles that refuse to run properly - that's where dual booting comes in.

It's not like I've paid for windows since Win98FE




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