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File: 5fe8f73e13f5511⋯.jpeg (111.74 KB, 1024x572, 256:143, Brenton Tarrant wallpaper.jpeg)

 No.1044844[Reply]

There has been no thread for this in a long time so I thought I would make a new template out of the original 2014 thread. If you have improvements to my template, please give them so I can update it.

/Fucko/ General Thread v0.8.0

"Get on the ground, fucko! Squad, take his computer and all other electronics!"

This edition:

New Zealand Worldwide Censorship

ITT:

>Computer security

>Home security

>online privacy

>PC and data destruction methods

>How to hide questionable images, video, audio, etc. (stenography)

>What to do in case squad ever actually breaks down your door

>Brandon Tarrant and censorship

>But I dont have anything to hide :^)

https://archive.fo/tjkFV

>If you have done nothing wrong you should have nothing to hide.

If I've done nothing wrong there's no reason to search me.

>LiveUSB/LiveCD Review v1.1

http://pastebin.com/raw/BbmZ8hiR

>Web Posting Assessment v.2

https://i.imgur.com/T8q7eB0.jpg

>Anti-Forensics - Leave no Trace [Windows]

https://i.imgur.com/9YmNuDf.jpg

>The paranoid #! Security Guide

http://pastebin.com/tUvq8Jzj

>Fake info GenerPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1045137

>>1044877

Oh no the five-oh are gonna seize my anime girl pics


 No.1045193

>>1044844

>in a long time

The last such thread died less than a month ago


 No.1045195

>>1045193

Sorry, that other thread is still alive:

>>1007449

Therefore OP is a blind faggot


 No.1045739

File: f60e10000deb8d4⋯.gif (78.8 KB, 389x257, 389:257, octopus_cartoon3.gif)

>>1044844

>is your country stable enough? -> send crisis actors/double agnets -> fake death or make actual casualties -> outrage and global attention -> censorship -> government puppets become traitors -> install_democracy0.2.3-1.elf -> ??? -> more censorship and more jewish tentacle porn until the country is degraded into nothingness.

>>1044898

>Tor

CIA and amazon nodes.

>I2P

Don't know but last I tried it just connected after 30 minutes to let me use for a sec and disconnected.

>Ricochet

Winfag app?

>OnionShare

Sounds shit

>Tribler

You mean that pedo community I once saw on a screenshot about the farmville pedo?

>VeraCrypt

Winfag detected

Get lost


 No.1047456

>>1045137

Or maybe the Ukranian mafia will steal your identity and use it to pay for cp-hosting servers all over Europe, resulting in your life getting ruined over night.




File: 5eda6ffe892eda6⋯.jpg (3.93 KB, 120x120, 1:1, photo.jpg)

 No.1044524[Reply]

By Kshitij Awadhiya

When I started writing code for the first time, PHP was the goto language.

Want to setup a blog? PHP

E-Commerce website? PHP

Build an MVP for your startup? PHP

Scripting? PHP

Scraping a Website? PHP

Worst of all, it was vanilla PHP, not even a framework. Every component was handwritten. Not that it should be done that way nor is it the right way but writing your own tools made sure you knew what was happening behind those small libraries. To run migrations on MySQL, I used to maintain a list of PHP files in a `db` folder to create tables in MySQL. It wasn't really an automated solution. Once the code is deployed, one needs to log on to the server and run certain numbered files and get that done. The point of telling all this is that running it manually was a simple solution to a simple problem. It didn't account for scalability, continuous deployment etc but it worked.

This went on for a while until I switched to Python Django. The latest version was 1.4 that time for Django. Django didn't have a flexible migration system either. If you want to make changes to a table, you need to delete it manually using MySQL console and run migrations again. Django South solved that problem and eventually the library was packaged as a default with the core itself. This happened version 1.7 onward and before that, I had again switched to a different technology stack.

I worked on a year or two on NodeJS. The setup already existed when I started working. I didn't care about how the migrations were being executed but always assumed it was some npm module. I assumed that just like PHP, some simple package was being used to execute such puny tasks. I still don't know what it was. But after this, I worked for almost 3 year on RoR and Rails migrations amazed me. It is so smooth and transactional in nature. Although it doesn't work for tables with huge amounts of data but conceptually it worked fine.

After all this, I had to work onPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1044987

File: eb81accb35aa534⋯.webm (776.58 KB, 640x480, 4:3, pipiru.webm)

>>1044902

You are dense.


 No.1045056

>>1044770

Right because it's soo bad to collaborate and share code.

Go ahead and reinvent the wheel 20 times as you complain about npm


 No.1045060

File: 6074ff4354b1a2f⋯.png (45.7 KB, 1212x717, 404:239, Screenshot_2019-03-25 trim.png)


 No.1045082

>>1044524

>Despite being a year old (and no updates), it hasn't been replaced by a better solution.

knex.js? That's what I use




File: 736f6e9f5fd71f8⋯.png (3 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, win10tan.png)

 No.1038930[Reply]

Eat shit, haters. I can already hear the freetards scrambling to get their hands on some actually useful code.

https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2019/03/06/announcing-the-open-sourcing-of-windows-calculator/

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 No.1043712

>>1040414

sadly the devs for AROS kinda went quite after a little wile people just lost interest in it


 No.1043721

>>1043711

Google was fined for Chrome.

Google is being fined for being a Monopoly, not only anti-competitiveness.

Try harder, idiot.


 No.1044996

>>1039234

>Da Joos!

Based


 No.1045022

>>1043721

>google is begin fined for chrome

they're being fined for making chrome the default choice... on android. The "monopoly" (says "dominant position", but whatever) is android, not chrome.


 No.1045182

>>1044996

Found the literal kike.




File: 6942e887f4f0d1a⋯.jpg (1.63 MB, 2732x4098, 2:3, this site has been seized ….jpg)

 No.1031409[Reply]

Comparison between Tor and i2p?

What are the differences between just booting up tor browser/entering the network and running i2p?

Are there any imageboards or any random interests websites on i2p or is it dead?

I boot up tor frequently to see how stuff is going and visit a few imageboards, been listening about i2p for a few years but never did any search.

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 No.1044815

>>1032038

Make sure that you don't use Wickr or Telegram or ProtonMail when you deal with CP, drugs, and terrorism.

Some stupid people believe that Wickr or Telegram or ProtonMail is safe even they address drugs or CP.


 No.1044904

>>1044778

GNUnet and Solid are not anonymous so I just use I2P and Tor.


 No.1044928

>>1044904

>GNUnet

>Not anonymous

Stop the FUD right there, you glow-in-the-dark.


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 No.1044969

>>1044928

I still haven't figured out how to use gnunet.




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 No.1044672[Reply]

Is dual monitor a meme? How is it better than one monitor?

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 No.1044789

it isn't better but tards who spent all their allowance on dual 4k 120hz monitors with 3 gtxtitan in sli overclocked i9 rizen gaymin peeseas will say otherwise


 No.1044799

File: b27133c7f2ae71a⋯.png (760.62 KB, 868x1228, 217:307, __blind_prince_usotsuki_hi….png)

My eyes barely work so I have to keep my monitors so close that I have to physically turn my head to see a different one; my main monitor takes up most of my periphery. I have a secondary monitor hooked up but the neck pain from using it isn't worth it so it hasn't been used in months.


 No.1044989

>>1044672

yes. one large widescreen monitor is better.


 No.1046080

second monitors are awesome, get one if you can.

- when programming you can have the web browser open

- when watching videos you can have the web browser open

- when playing roguelikes or similar games you can have the web browser open

and irc and whatnot.

alt-Tabbing is more annoying than you think.


 No.1048136

Yeah, if ordinary fixed, two monitors are not doing us justice as we have to bend our necks frequently trying to align with the position of the screens. But the if you have a dual monitor stand you can kiss goodbye to such inconveniences and enjoy the picture) Have a look at some great options https://whatever-tech.com/best-dual-monitor-stand-reviews/




File: 827ccc9001fc7fb⋯.png (47.25 KB, 200x300, 2:3, 1473716092913.png)

 No.1044599[Reply]

is nextcloud a botnet?

shit is super comfy. just installed it.

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 No.1044707

>>1044670

>However you could make a faster one by not using PHP

I considered just running WebDAV via nginx, but went with Nextcloud because it seems like it's a more hardened solution.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/WebDAV


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 No.1047339

Just use xoda like a regular fucking retard.


 No.1049788

Is anyone else sick of this "comfy" meme? You faggots have rendered the word meaningless.




File: d3d7a532f726309⋯.jpg (193.42 KB, 802x854, 401:427, 5c18017a71aefbfcc6c022ed90….jpg)

 No.1043117[Reply]

Anons,

I think the 3letter agencies might be trying to spy on me.

This or my VPN provider is actively collaborating with them to spy on me.

Here a description what I mean:

>be anon

>connect to internet always via VPN

>it has been like this since 2011

>year 2015 or 2016

>have strange occurence where my tower pc turned itself on

>it went to the passwords page of my encrypted debian partition

>turn on screen and just look at it

>maybe someone is remoting my machine and will type passwords now

>nothing happens

>turn off after 10 minutes

>shrug it off as nothing

>FF March 16th 2019

>Christchurch happening

>8gag slows down for me

>government agencies are lurking this site

>Jim even confirmed he is collaborating their research

>nobody knows what that means

>today my internet connection gets weird

>after I make a posting on /pol/ my internet dies

>need to restart cable modem

>reconnect another VPN server, everything works

>get back to /pol/

>connection dead again

>reconnect router

>works again

So now I want to ask what the odds are that I am on some govt watchlist.

I never thought I am interesting enough for govts but maybe they now just want to have everyone who ever posted on /pol/ in a govt database and spy on them for life. Or am I just paranoid and this was all coincidence?

My VPN provider has a warrant canary and they statPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1044332

>>1044319

I think 8ch must be running a separate server just for tor users and it gets overloaded during peak hours, because the tor site being slow is a recent thing. Either that or someone's dosing it.


 No.1044501

>>1044302

add https://desuarchive.org to the list

it shows a cloudflare google captcha that goes on and on forever


 No.1044503

>>1044501

Werks for me, try getting a new circut


 No.1044656

>>1043584

>talking about security

>when anon was talking about anonymity >>1043575

Noob larper.

Try browsing the tor vulnerabilities history. - Unsecure browser.

If you want to be anonymous literally a cloned MAC and wheels is all you will ever need and not be dumb about exposing your browsing habits or if you still haven't gotten over using your phoning-to-26-IP-addresses spyware OS which is to say you sound like that certain winfag 4channer who just posted on 4/g/ very recently.


 No.1046206

>vpn

>not tor

go back to /pol/ you fucking nigger




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 No.1041262[Reply]

>can't into php

>stole Hotwheel's money for drugs

>runs shitty site that leeches content off of /cow/

>defends fat autistic trannies online

When did it go wrong?

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 No.1044262

File: b6f3a12b3f5c726⋯.png (84.05 KB, 800x1106, 400:553, 9dade8534fac97153e8f95952d….png)

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 No.1044293

>>1044256

>Dynamic websites are necessary; how else would you run a search query

You don't create a monolithic dynamic piece of shit that uses 100 javascript libraries for a simple search.

You can still have separate form handlers from the web server _WHICH IS WHAT WAS SAID BEFORE_.

>You can still implement e.g. form handlers for dynamic content which run as their own network instance and operate independently from the web server


 No.1044296

>>1044147

That's the one of the most cucked and kosher ideologies possible. You'd love Africa it's full of Christians.


 No.1044527

File: 5f7c1dcb0291ca4⋯.jpg (110.06 KB, 736x739, 736:739, 5f7c1dcb0291ca44c5c6ec6b0d….jpg)

>>1044140

I'm a "code monkey" because I don't want to have some ultra high-level language that runs 100x slower handle a bunch of stuff so I don't have to worry about it?

It's called "producing stuff that works" and "understanding a system".

Simple fact is that PHP "just works" for simple websites because of how broken the internet is. Which is why I refuse to build websites unless absolutely necessary.

Being an engineer is about solving practical problems with practical solutions. I love to theorize about the optimal solution with no restrictions, but it's a simple fact that most faggots out there cranking out high-level code they don't understand are the "code monkeys". The people who shill Rust and talk about whatever Language of the Week solves some problem by sacrificing all usability and how great it would be if all languages just did that with no compromises... it's like people have no sense of reality.

>>1044139

Most of the web shouldn't be dynamic, but it is.

We should just use desktop software connecting to servers for anything we want to do.

I'd be 100% fine with getting rid of most "web technologies", though, including replacing HTML and CSS with something better and having a scripting system replace JavaScript with something less powerful but much more secure. Making JS turing-complete was a mistake, and it should only have the power to engage CSS effects, for the purpose of animation and the like.


 No.1044545

>>1044527

>I'd be 100% fine with getting rid of most "web technologies", though, including replacing HTML and CSS with something better and having a scripting system replace JavaScript with something less powerful but much more secure. Making JS turing-complete was a mistake, and it should only have the power to engage CSS effects, for the purpose of animation and the like

No, this makes no sense. JS isn't bad because it's Turing complete, it's bad because it accesses stuff it shouldn't be accessing. JS would be fine did it not have access to everything it does, because it becomes a security issue the moment you are able to access your browser's window dimensions (CSS is also guilty of this) and also contact the server without user interaction. It's either one or the other, not both.

A scripting language is also, by definition, Turing complete. What you are looking for is a declarative language, which doesn't have to be Turing complete, and would actually be a good idea, considering most of the shit JS usually does can be reduced to just a handful of things.

>We should just use desktop software connecting to servers for anything we want to do.

You would love smartphones, which is the real-world implementation of what you are thinking. Yes, it would be neat if we could just reduce everything the web is to a few protocols, but that won't happen. What will happen is each big company will produce a buggy app running with full privileges inside your desktop, and smaller websites will cease to exist because they can't afford to build a full app. Having a generic platform everyone can build on is a good idea, but maybe this is too generic. We need to separate the web between "documents with simple forms" and webapps, and run the earlier with mout any privileges in simple browsers eithout many features, and the latter in a more flexible and generic VM, where the user fully knows what he is installing and the permissions it is giving.




File: 674e909c80bf823⋯.jpeg (433.28 KB, 1093x1600, 1093:1600, download.jpeg)

 No.1043023[Reply]

So I have been thinking about doing a sega genesis back port of undertale and have come to a crossroad of programming it in asm or C. The only arguments I hear are

>The compiler knows better than you, use C

>you can do better low level optimizations on low power platforms, use asm

Which one should I go for, I already know C and I don't have much interest in learning 68k asm

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 No.1044432

>>1044410

>hurr durr valgrind make C/C++ perfectly safe

You might want to visit a doctor. I fear you're becoming cnile.

I heard that less LARPing might help.


 No.1044447

>>1044421

>Valgrind can only reveal the presence of leaks during a specific execution, it doesn't guarantee that the program doesn't leak nor is it comparable to GC

I never said that valgrind/lsan was more than a helping tool.

>no comparable to GC

You say that like there's no link whatsoever. GC's proponent main arguments are the absence of leaks and the ease of not having to explicitely alloc/dealloc.

I never had a leak that wasn't trivial to solve in my entire programming history and I'm not a programming god, I know segfaults as much as everyone. Getting (and keeping) leaks really is the sign you're retarded.

>>1044432

1/10, be more subtle next time.


 No.1044455

>>1044421

>it doesn't guarantee that the program doesn't leak nor is it comparable to GC

Are you retarded or something? GC languages may have memory leaks too.


 No.1044459

>>1043074

based and lisppilled


 No.1044464

>>1044447

>1/10, be more subtle next time.

What are you implying? I was completely serious.

>>1044459

based




File: a1d3ebe5b0ef491⋯.jpg (29.97 KB, 729x480, 243:160, ychan.jpg)

 No.1044387[Reply]

im trying to download all of the photos off this board using ychan

how ever it seems to not be working right any alternative

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 No.1045096

>>1044408

I tried Waterfox. Turns out to be pretty slow.

Right now I use opera because it has a built in VPN. Also a Tor fan.


 No.1045097

>>1044411

I know nothing about Win10. I have one that sits in the front room under the TV. Good for prerecorded movies.

Too bad Windows wont let you use the OS without Internet explorer. I simply never use the win explorer but every once in awhile go in and delete all data it still collects. FireFox n Opera internet of choice. I do change my Anti-Virus Apps like once a month, Different brands. All Open Source, of course.


 No.1045116

wget

oh wait your using wanbglows BASFHHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH lOLOLOLOLOL!!!


 No.1045206

>>1045116

Yeah I guess I could use that but Unfortunately I can't install Linux because the laptop I have is a piece of shit I had no problem installing U buntu on all of my other machines but for some reason I can't install Ubuntu On this lenovo laptop that I have


 No.1046322

generally people download websites or parts thereof using httrack




File: 4bc23b9b1ee5711⋯.jpg (27.54 KB, 563x637, 563:637, 1549289529796.jpg)

 No.1044379[Reply]

This is my superior calculator design: forthposter.neocities.org/calculatrice

Please feel free to weep.

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 No.1044431

>>1044406

>POSIX programs being anything except underspecified pieces of shit on the brink of uselessness

The only reason to use bc is if you are a complete Unix weenie and want bragging rights. bc doesn't even have fucking else clauses.


 No.1044451

>>1044431

A calculator doesn't need else clauses.


 No.1044452

>>1044451

<his calculator can't even solve differential equations

pathetic


 No.1044462

>>1044451

bc isn't a calculator. It's a shitty programming language.


 No.1044554

>>1044451

And here we see the Unix weenie in action, trying to make up excuses for the flaws of his software after the fact. Else clauses are bloat, don't you know, that's why they are missing. A calculator totally needs function definitions as well as while and for loops, but not else clauses, okay? Praise Unix.




File: 07ae4f582760dcd⋯.jpg (43.7 KB, 500x375, 4:3, 1460070192717.jpg)

 No.1043921[Reply]

>The Language Server Protocol (LSP) is an open, JSON-RPC-based protocol for use between source code editors or integrated development environments (IDEs) and servers that provide programming language-specific features. The goal of the protocol is to allow programming language support to be implemented and distributed independently of any given editor or IDE.

It sounds really good on paper, convince me that it's shit and botnet.

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

https://langserver.org/

https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/

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 No.1044381

>Microsoft

embrace, extend, extinguish


 No.1044395

>>1044360

> Its to make their text editor better, any other text editors improving is a side effect.

That's still a win in my book.


 No.1044403

neither eglot nor lsp-mode work. using LSP just made me want to use VS Code instead of Emacs.


 No.1044405

>>1044089

>It would be nice to have a new Emacs, essentially the same concept but with better languages replacing both elisp and C

people have been trying to do this for decades and failing. rewriting Emacs is a lot more difficult than you think.

if you want all the latest and greatest stuff, you might as well just use one of the latest and greatest editors instead of reinventing the wheel to pretend to be retro.


 No.1044454

We already had a thread on this




File: b21078e1f377f09⋯.png (78.26 KB, 999x532, 999:532, Screenshot_2019-03-14_12-0….png)

 No.1041443[Reply]

L2TP has been officially absorbed by SYSTEMD.

https://github.com/systemd/systemd/commit/54c258566ea1e6cf0c0c51d8a1afb8cdc0c92379

How many years until all VPN code is officially merged, making SYSTEMD 100% exploitable?

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 No.1043829

File: e1695d152ca5684⋯.jpeg (21.09 KB, 217x287, 31:41, th.jpeg)

>>1041464

>>1041470

yes.

the code does pose restrictions on how the l2tp layer is implemented. therefore systemd is reducing your spectrum of viable options.


 No.1043832

File: 8df22bb8a4ec821⋯.jpg (280.47 KB, 1162x850, 581:425, 1433878772353.jpg)

>>1042163

>>1042202

the /genius is wrong of course.

he is so wrong that i won't even bother to indulge in futility.

i like to enjoy his genetic retardation.

he smells like a nigger too.


 No.1044226

File: 20426985b1b41ba⋯.png (5.27 KB, 211x238, 211:238, index.png)

>>1041458

pic related. it's cancer.


 No.1044230

>>1041916

>I can get rid of poetteringware by rendering my system unusable

putting a power drill through your hard drive would be faster.


 No.1044231

https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/5043

Reminder that until next release, systemd lacks functional interface bonding.




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 No.1043573[Reply]

I've been using the beaker browser for little bit I mean it seems OK but my only complaint is it tends to be a little bit finicky sometimes I usually use it to visit fritter Is supposedly a peer to peer Twitter I don't know why I waste my time with it to be honest with you but what's your opinion about it

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 No.1044141

>>1043896

Mozilla and Brave promised to add IPFS over a year ago. What's taking browser devs so long?


 No.1044168

>>1044141

IPFS is still in alpha. It takes time to implement stuff, especially stuff that's nowhere near completion.

Anyway, at least Brave is still working on adding IPFS.


 No.1044170

>Beaker is built using the Electron framework and therefore uses the Chromium browser as a renderer for webpages.

Sigh.


 No.1044188

Does it have request blocking?


 No.1044194

>>1043573

A browser for bloated text-based hypertext web pages. Using unsafe protocols from the 70s and an authoritative domain name resolution service.

I don't understand how different TLDs have a fucking different prize. DNS has it's owns faults.




File: 634e31e70df0f01⋯.png (501.18 KB, 919x391, 919:391, afafafe.png)

 No.1042593[Reply]

Are bug bounty programs a meme? Can you actually make money of this shit? Any experiences?

https://hackerone.com/reports/429679

What do you think how hard it is to get to that level? I've built some foundation, studying on Cybrary Network+, Comptia A+, Security+, Linux+ and currently reading TCP/IP illustrated. I need to study Web app stuff right?

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 No.1043592

>>1042593

Hackerone and bugcrowd are decent. I know some people pull bounties from those programs on the regular.

Things you will need to know for real hacking. Look this shit up on YouTube.

Assembly programming

Shellcode

Egghunting

Exploit development

That or learn relational database applications development then Learn SQL injection and things like that for Web applications penetration testing.

>>1042605

True blackhats can make more money in given circumstance. That and something like 95% of moralfags are leftists. Fuck the security industry. But if a guy wants to make some cash on bug bounties whatever. I'm over it.

>>1042714

This is absolutely true. Doing tech work on prospect is not recommended. Most people will make up some reason they are not going to pay you.

>>1043306

This is categorically false. Finding and fixing bugs makes software more secure. Hackers finding security holes and responsibly reporting them to developer helps developers tremendously.

>>1043329

True, there are some success stories.

>>1043333

Also true. Nearly everything in the security industry is aPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1043778

>>1042593

You would be better off and make more by catching actual bugs OP. Media has a successor bias reporting the only 2 or 3 over successful cases when the average success is very low and an average bug catcher actually makes the double of an average bug bounty hunter. Don't treat it as anything more than a part time job.


 No.1044182

>>1043592

>>>1043306

This is categorically false. Finding and fixing bugs makes software more secure.

No it fucking doesn't, and since you list "Egghunting" as if it's some fundamental wisdom you come off as yet another skidd0. Fixing one vuln someone finds makes the software slighty better at best, does fuck all to change the attitude of the "software engineers", and gets you and the vendor some PR.

>Hackers finding security holes and responsibly reporting them to developer helps developers tremendously.

No it doesn't. It's literally just a market.


 No.1044344

>>1043342

THIS. IT'S ALWAYS ABOUT THIS!


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