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File: 83491877e8f45c1⋯.png (256.21 KB, 450x399, 150:133, TAD.png)

 No.965329[Reply]

Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board.

Please check the rules before you post:

https://www.8ch.net/metatech/rules.html

Looking for hardware or software recommendations? Check out the InstallGentoo Wiki:

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

/tech/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site. We have stickies for that. Keep those kinds of posts in there.

For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky.

For consumer advice, please use the consumer advice sticky located below.

For meta discussion, please go to >>>/metatech/.

For desktop threads, homescreen threads and ricing, please go to >>>/rice/.

For tech support/issues with computers:

https://startpage.com/ or https://ixquick.com (i.e., fucking Google it)

https://stackexchange.com/

http://www.logicalincrements.com/

If you can't find what you're looking for and still need help, post in the tech questions sticky.

Looking to switch over to GNU/Linux? Don't know where to start?

Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.966466

>>>/agdg/ - Amateur Game Development General

>>>/biz/ - Business and Finance (and cryptocurrencies)

>>>/cyber/ - Cyberpunk & Science Fiction

>>>/emacs/ - GNU Emacs

>>>/sci/ - Science and Mathematics

>>>/electronics/ - Electronics Engineering

>>>/laboratory/ - STEM Discussion and STEM Shitposting

>>>/hamradio/ - Amateur Radio

>>>/lv/ - Libre Video Games

>>>/make/ - Make stuff

>>>/netplus/ - Networks and Plus

>>>/prog/ - Programming

>>>/rice/ - Desktop and Phone Ricing

>>>/t/ - Torrents & Trackers

>>>/templeos/ - The 64-Bit Temple Operating System

>>>/vape/ - Vaporizers

>>>/vir/ - Virtual Reality

>>>/wg/ - Wallpapers General

>>>/robowaifu/ - DIY Robotic Wives

>>>/machinecult/ - Machine Cult

Nerve Center combination: https://nerv.8ch.net/tech/agdg/biz/cyber/emacs/sci/electronics/laboratory/hamradio/lv/make/netplus/prog/riPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.733048[Reply]

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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 No.1033586

>>1033494

>What do you mean by "connect"? KDE Connect exists but you need to confirm connecting once. You can also make a persistent ftp or a persistent remote adb.

Ah, sorry. I should have used "remote control", I guess.




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 No.733050[Reply]

Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

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 No.1033592

so my tax return is coming in, and my CPU is getting on in years and is pretty much the main bottleneck on my system, and now amd has not shit cpus but some of hte motherboards are absolute shit and i have no idea what's going on in the world anymore

i'm willing to drop like $600 on a cpu and motherboard, maybe aftermarket cooling (i have a 212 evo right now, but i'm thinking about getting into watercooling), i just have no idea what ryzen chips are good and what motherboards aren't shit or if i should just stick with intel




 No.1027681[Reply]

Since: http://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/tech/res/1018729.html

was bumplocked by the shadow admins (aka the programming code) (Since I'm winning on all counts: because I am correct on the law).

https://lkml.org/lkml/2019/2/4/1065

Quick recap, as told by anon:

Anonymous 02/05/19 (Tue) 14:47:16 No.1027517

Summary of this episode as this thread reaches the bump limit:

>an impersonator ("John Doe") created GitHub, then GitLab and BitBucket repos for trolling purposes

>MikeeUSA hit all three with DMCA (with the GitLab and BitBucket repos successfully taken down)

>meanwhile the impersonator opened the GitHub repo to pull requests; Mikee's butthurt as usual

>that GitHub repo's last commit was made last Thursday

And:

>>1027530

>Gitlab and Bitbucket repos are down due to DMCA notices

>There is still no evidence he hit github with a DMCA

<100 IQ

And

"GPL is Revocable" (== incel terrorism -reddit)

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 No.1033243

>>1030014

Okay I see, your waiting for other people to file suit before you do to cover your tracks and file suit in the fray. Makes sense because while I’m rooting for you you gotta admit if this thread was tracked back to you you’d get at least a reprimand.


 No.1033256

>>1027681

I always assumed the “consideration” you were getting under the GPL was the free use of the software your contributing to.

You use the Linux kernel for a while, want it to do something extra, contribute code to it, and now you have it doing what you want, but since you didn’t pay for any of the labor that went into the rest of the code, that’s your consideration.

Your code on its own would be worthless without the probably millions of man hours that went into making the rest of the kernel.


 No.1033328

>>1033256

You are not required to contribute back at all, so it's insufficient for consideration.

>You use the Linux kernel for a while, want it to do something extra, contribute code to it, and now you have it doing what you want, but since you didn’t pay for any of the labor that went into the rest of the code, that’s your consideration.

The "other side" (licensor) did not ask for, nor require you to "contribute" anything.

Secondly, if you retain your copyrights have you really "contributed" anything? You still own your work in-toto.

What the licensor has done is changed from the default of "no derivative works permitted" to "some derivative works permitted". That's a win for you, with nothing given to the licensor. Again it's a gratuity.

(Which is re-payed, often enough, by the licensees not even following the guidelines and violating the license anyway)

In the case of the Linux Kernel, it is _VERY_ hard to get anything accepted for inclusion in the first place (this is one of the failings by Linus: he just doesn't know what he doesn't know and rejects quite good patches like grsecurity and pax)

For projects where there is a contributor licensing agreement the story is different, but that is not the case here, nor with linux, nor with many (traditionally most non-gnu) projects.

>>1033243

Yep. I think I've stuck my neck out enough trying to educate the programmers. I get threats of disbarment (and imprisonment) from the angry ones. "GPL is revocable" is not a phrase they like.


 No.1033336

>>1033219

no it isn't, ask Github :)


 No.1033618

https://linux-faq.ru/news/reliz-novoj-stabilnoj-versii-kde-plasma-vazhnoe-ispravlenie-dlya-frejmvorka-django-i-drugie-novosti.html

The developer of the text game GPC-Slots 2, known as Mikeeusa, withdrew the GPL 2 license to his game for a number of left-wing parrots. As a reason, he called the inadmissibility of placing his code in one repository with the rules of behavior of developers prohibiting sexism in relation to women. In his communication, he cited a list of legal grounds valid within the United States legal framework to enable him to do so, as well as urging all developers to follow suit. In addition, he said he would continue to revoke the license for other left-wing parrots. Left-hand-liberal dump ZDNet has already published an angry article about this.

New version of PyPy, adapting Ubuntu to work on ARM-laptops with preinstalled windows and other news




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 No.1033160[Reply]

http://wiki.freeculture.org/Empowermentors_Collective/Bug_List

>This page is for documenting issues of ableism, racism, cissexism, heterosexism, misogyny, and classism in free culture and technology, especially libre technology.

>General Language

>Crippleware - Ableist language for "damaged good"

>Master/Slave (Hard drives) - Uses maste/slave relationship as analogy for pieces of hardware.

>Software Names

>GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) - Ableist slur

>Apache (A patchy webserver) - Play on words that has turned into branding around indigenous people

>Cherokee (An Apache alternative) - Riffing off of Apache

>Tomahawk (A music sharing app) - No reason to be named after the axe used by native amaricans

>Volksempfänger - a Holo-themed podcast app with gpodder.net integration for finding podcasts, named after the cheap consumer radio sold during the Third Reich to spread Nazi propaganda. (src)

>Bug List

>This page documents bugs in free software projects relating to racism, ableism, cissexism, heterosexism, sexism, classism, etc.

>Gramps relations should be gendered as an option, not as a requirement. Bug #0005730

>Each role in 0ad is raced and gendered, such that (almost?) all characters are white, and some "female citizens" exist which "inspire nearby males to work faster".

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 No.1033597

>>1033544

I like it though. No offence but you sound insane.


 No.1033598

^^^what about gender-swapping it to mitigate your scumbag male privilege


 No.1033604

>>1033597

SJWs submit to the alpha-lunatic.


 No.1033616

>>1033546

>Stop playing into their hand with this fake fear bs.

Remind me how fake Brendan Eich's resignation was


 No.1033617

>>1033484

The whole rallying cry of the CoC people is "professionalism". Their whole argument (the successful part anyway) centers around not being *ist so you don't scare away corporate money.

Just because corporations are capitalist doesn't make them right-wing. Actually, stop thinking in two dimensions altogether.




 No.1032058[Reply]

What editor/workflow does /tech/ use? A few years ago I tried to get into emacs for a year. It just wasn't for me, too much stuff I didn't need and too awkward keyboard layout. I never saw the upside of the various extensions and always found specialized programs do it better.

I then tried vim which I got much faster into and I liked better instantly, even though it's scripting language is an atrocity. I then found vis, which is a "modern" version of vim with lua script support. Sadly the author has gone MIA, but it's simple enough to fork and customize.

Modal editing can be very fancy in the right situation, but I have to admit that I sometimes wonder if it's a gimmick and even really improves my speed all that much. I wonder what else is out there. So tech, what do you use?

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 No.1033574

>>1033569

No, you can't do it blindly. You can't do either blindly. I don't think you understand what being blind entails. It means you can't see. As in, your eyes do not function. You do not possess the sense of vision. You cannot see characters on the screen. To say you can make any edit in vim blindly is nonsensical unless you were some sort of blind savant with a phonographic memory of where every single character in your code was, and also a screen reader. You're full of shit, and in conclusion are trying to justify all the effort that went into learning autistic keystrokes for no other reason than to think of yourself in some bizarre way superior to mouse users. Now if you could please let the adults continue this discussion it would be appreciated. Thank you.


 No.1033575

>>1032410

>not using mouse keys


 No.1033577

>>1033566

And there's nothing you can do about it, lisp machine lives on while you stopped breeding.


 No.1033585

>>1033577

Only until you realize your folly and switch to LEd. There is still hope even for niggers like you.


 No.1033612

>>1033585

Nope, I'm okay




 No.1033082[Reply]

Can we have a thread about anonymous (so no cjdns, no IPFS and no retroshare) distributed networks for the purpose of file sharing and shitposting?

>Tor

Primarly made for and used as a proxy to the clearnet; the network is saturated by this. The client is written in C with some welcome security features like sandboxing.

>i2p

Supposedly better than Tor, has a fork of the bittorrent protocol as filesharing. Sadly, the main implementation is a JavaPD implementation that includes everything possible.

Fortunately, there's i2pd, an actively developped C++ implementation and XD, a Go torrent application for it. It's still rough around the edges but progressing fast.

>gnunet

Don't know anything about it, except that there are some papers supporting it and the userbase is extremely tiny for now. Has filesharing builtin and an optional GTK+ GUI. It looks like its website got a facelift recently, maybe we'll see more development.

>lokinet (i2pd and monero successor)

Made by some guys including some i2pd devs because they're fed up with i2p and monero. Supposed to cure cancer and all.

For now, I think i2p is the way to go as far as anonymous filesharing goes. Any further opinions?

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 No.1033486

File: 0271119355044fd⋯.png (63.69 KB, 290x381, 290:381, libbie lewd.png)

>>1033082

>LokiNet is the reference implementation of LLARP (low latency anonymous routing protocol), a layer 3 onion routing protocol.

>LLARP


 No.1033554

does i2p have CP? if not, then it's shit

>>1033329

>It's proven that even though a lot of pedo sites are onion sites, most pedos share files on clearnet and some don't even use Tor.

why don't they use Tor? are they brain damaged?

I use Tor for CP and it's very comfy and safe. Already collected like 2TB of materials


 No.1033588

File: 2aabdc3586352c7⋯.jpg (84.09 KB, 750x737, 750:737, f1912953832.jpg)

>>1033486

At least they know their audience.


 No.1033596

>Explain what?

My bad. The reason why they felt a need to fork.

I heard about some monero drama or something?


 No.1033611

>>1033596

Look at the lokinet blog, they explain it.




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 No.1033386[Reply]

EU Copyright Law

>... any online community, platform or service that has existed for three or more years, or is making €10,000,001/year or more, is responsible for ensuring that no user ever posts anything that infringes copyright, even momentarily. This is impossible, and the closest any service can come to it is spending hundreds of millions of euros to develop automated copyright filters.

>any link that contains more than "single words or very short extracts" from a news story must be licensed, with no exceptions for noncommercial users, nonprofit projects, or even personal websites with ads or other income sources, no matter how small.

Why aren't we discussing this?

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/02/final-version-eus-copyright-directive-worst-one-yet

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 No.1033561

>>1033389

>being a dick-riding anti-freedom faggot who thinks fitting in is all about acting smug, cynical, and condescending

Go back to >>>/cuckchan/


 No.1033582

>>1033551

I'm honestly surprised with the lack of homegrown terrorists. I'd assume we will start to see more though


 No.1033594

>>1033582

Yellow Jacket "wasps" will do


 No.1033610

Just reading comments on news sites, eurocucks are actually pretty redpilled on this

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6725413/EU-countries-copyright-reforms-aimed-Google-Facebook.html#comments

Some choice selections

>Imagine the internet becoming a state run news service like our very own BBC. This what the EU want for the web, us plebs being fed news we're allowed to hear. This alone, should have even the most ardent remainer reconsidering their point of view.

this isn't even the start of what the EU dictators have in store, yet some still want to remain ?. If by being hoodwinked and we do stay in, by the time people have realised how bad its getting, it will be too late, YOU ARE IN FOR 1000 YEARS.

>The EU want to take over all news publishing and control the information we get. They have already started to do this by stealth, like they do everything else.

Just a way to control people. (((They))) have learnt that the populace is passing on too much information they don't want us to know and it has to be stopped!

>Well people will have to find other ways to communicate, this is dictatorial tyranny in the name of reform, and (((we know those who want it))) and why.

<(((Parentheses))) added for effect


 No.1033614

File: da2d38e0c044cfb⋯.png (963.46 KB, 648x8609, 648:8609, ClipboardImage.png)

>>1033610

>Britbongistan's top tabloid

http://archive.fo/bHpux

>comments

They do not display in the above link though. So here's page 2 of the comment section so far.




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 No.1007989[Reply]

AUDIO AND AUDIO ACCESSORIES

What AMPs are you faggots using? I'll be getting an HD 6XX soon and is currently looking for an AMP. I'm currently looking at the Fiio E10K and the K3 but don't know the difference between the two. Any amps you'd recommend?

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 No.1033492

>>1033420

They probably come from the fact that there are audiophile idiots out there who conflate the aesthetic merit of\u2013say\u2013a unique sound signature with the objective reality of said signature. The same kind of people who don't believe in transparency, pay hand over fist for dacs, etc. etc.…

So much of the shilling is just veiled buyer's remorse. People need to remember that. I think it's important to make clear for newcomers that you can get a good setup for less than 150 USD. Not that you can't have more expensive headphones, amps, whatever, but that it's not necessary in order to convey discernible sonics, soundstage, dynamic range; they're not special, but you're probably not gonna get them on fugging airpods. Literally anything to keep them from listening to music on a veritable potato. They need to know that you can get something like the HD 518's or whatever for dirt cheap, and, if you actually need to drive something, you could get an amp like that of the Mayflower O2's.


 No.1033493

Focal Elex: Yea or Nae?


 No.1033500

>>1033493

I don't think you can go wrong with modern Focal gear, but I wonder why you would choose open headphones over speakers.

Is it supposed to be based on the Clear? I'd look at Shure too (if you want more velour earpads headphones).


 No.1033512

>>1033500

Which Shure, specifically? Elex is supposed to be like the Clears except with less bass and half the price.


 No.1033609

>>1033512

Well, because they make (supposedly) good headphones with the same earpads (velour with holes). I thought that maybe you were like me and couldn't stand any other material.




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File: ab91c9b0c45aa32⋯.png (383.42 KB, 762x701, 762:701, kaspersky.png)

 No.1031658[Reply]

I've seen this a lot lately, and it's getting really annoying. It's the idea that intelligence agencies like the NSA have some form of "magical" capability to instantly crack every encryption scheme known to man because 'you don't know what they're capable of'

Yes I do. I know quite well what they're capable of, and what they're capable of is nowhere near what you claim, simply because of how cryptography and computers work.

Let's look at the cryptography side of things. Any textbook on information security will tell you that secrecy in the true nature of cryptographic algorithms doesn't work. However, wikipedia explains that the history of this goes farther back than one would think.

>It was finally explicitly recognized in the 19th century that secrecy of a cipher's algorithm is not a sensible nor practical safeguard of message security; in fact, it was further realized that any adequate cryptographic scheme (including ciphers) should remain secure even if the adversary fully understands the cipher algorithm itself.

In short, hiding any sort of meta-information about cryptography would be foolish. Cryptography is the ultimate open source, because it requires and benefits from the eyes of everyone.

it also says with regards to modern computer encryption algorithms

>breaking it requires an effort many orders of magnitude larger, and vastly larger than that required for any classical cipher, making cryptanalysis so inefficient and impractical as to be effectively impossible.

In short, no they didn't find some super secret special way to instabreak AES, SHA-512, RSA, or ECC. If you truly believe they did, show some damn evidence.

On the computer side, I think people overestimate the how powerful computers are in terms of password and general cryptography breaking, and even more so how powerful the NSA's computers are. Below is a link to an earlier version of the Kaspersky password checker that estimates how long it would take for different types of computers to crack a password, everything from a ZX Spectrum to the TOP500 supercomputer Tianhe-2. Obviously don't type in your real password, but play around with this. You'll find that if your password is evenPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1033517

>>1033502

Are you saying you're not a jew, or Intel isn't jewing everybody with backdoors?


 No.1033526

>>1033515

IIRC DWave's """"""""""quantum computer"""""""""" if you can call it that can only work on optimization problems You can also try to shoehorn some other problems in by trying to turn them into an optimization problems.


 No.1033607

>>1032005

>Not using a ten year old ThinkPad with libreboot


 No.1033608

>>1031672

OHH! IS IT? WHERE IS THE PROOF? OH I SEE, U R A SCHIZO WHOSE MOTHER FAILED TO BREASTFEED.




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 No.1032739[Reply]

I'm tired of bein spied upon by botnet, i don't trust my current phone or any modern one (even modern "dumb phones")

So i was thinking about getting myself one of the legendary stainless steel Nokia 8800.

Until i heard about Librem 5, i'm really confused.

At $650 its definitely not cheap, do we even know what the specs will be ?, how can we be sure that it's safe ?

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 No.1033342

Until a device has easily-replaceable disposable cellular modem There used to be PDAs with such technology 10 years ago, there is not much privacy to expect from it. Flushing IMEI is illegal, even if you do, the inner working is still proprietary and non-verifiable unlike MAC address.

Only way is to have an encrypted VOIP communication with people over public wifi+random vpn/tor and limited interaction with nomgoyims through voip-telephony gateway provider that gives you real phone number for a fee and access over SIP or whatever. The later scenario will save you from beginner level overpowered system abusers,a s well as telemarketers and such scum. Won't save from alphabets, government, banks and tecoms, because they record all voices and compare to sample library already.

You can use two above scenarios with librem phone running gentoo or whatever gimmick marketed towards /r/privacy audience, but be aware, that last mile cell towers will triangulate your position, as well, the company running them will record your traffic, so be careful to encrypt, anonymize and route it through 7 vpn servers.


 No.1033480

>>1033342

>last point

leaves you in the same situation as home internet connection. The only solution to that is leeching internet off strangers, which is a big inconvenience for most people.


 No.1033481

>>1032837

>S3 4G isn't available for valid reasons

what reasons?


 No.1033509

File: 324745bc31a8683⋯.jpg (164.71 KB, 1400x933, 1400:933, hx4700_ppc_03.JPG)

Is windows mobile safe ?

Not the modern one, the old PDA version.


 No.1033605

File: 66fb1d552050e77⋯.jpg (152.29 KB, 900x449, 900:449, feminism_010.jpg)

>>1032836

This map is sort of bullshit because, at least in most of these 4G third world countries, you'll usually only get 4G signal on the financial district and upscale neighborhoods of the largest cities. Any other location it's 3G or GSM.

>>1033141




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 No.1032828[Reply]

>free software is communism

>open source is communism

>intellectual property is enforced by the government

>governments around the world add more restrictions regarding user freedom and do nothing but try to constrain people when doing code(see North Korea os)

How come communists try to appropriate free software and open source philosophy when they are actually the opposite? Are they that clueless about what they defend or are they just trying to pull as many retards as possible on, even if by lies and deceit? I mean, of course (((the ones behind communism))) are trying to do just that so that they can rule over, but even the would be underclass retarded drone are sinking that low?

This shit is so retarded.

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 No.1033568

>>1032828

Communist do not practice what they preach.

> ayy capitalist pigs are stealing your bread

< proceed to force you to work without bread


 No.1033573

>>1033516

>and you can reveiw the source code

Well (((they))) found a way around that, just add more and more bloat until it's unauditable by common man then charge you fees for solving problems that they created in the first place.


 No.1033584

Calling it software communism is like calling FS cultural Marxism. It's just a stupid buzzword.


 No.1033601

>>1033568

< proceed to force you to work without bread

I guess Trump is a communist now?


 No.1033602

>>1033584

Communism has always been a meaningless buzzword, especially after the anti-USSR American propaganda. Boomers were taught to call everyone they disagree a ‘commie’. Millennials are taught to call everyone they disagree with a ‘nazi’




File: c18e6156031213f⋯.jpeg (484.69 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, thispersondoesnotexist.co….jpeg)

 No.1031888[Reply]

Website generates a fake face with AI.

Has technology gone too far?

Was Uncle Ted right all along?

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19144280

https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/

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 No.1033579

>>1033305

>la creatura with a fucked-up creep


 No.1033583

File: cc8c5c8904e96ba⋯.jpeg (918.1 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, 390F20DB-AFFC-496D-984A-4….jpeg)

Heh


 No.1033590

File: 2e1415fd0766130⋯.png (1.92 MB, 1024x1024, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

Why almost all generated images on that website have a smear blob like at the right of pic related?


 No.1033591

All that pornography. Did you really fuck or was whatever behind the screen just lost in mind?


 No.1033595

File: 6f2a1191754afb0⋯.jpeg (801.96 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, download.jpeg)

i want to fuggg it




 No.1031762[Reply]

South Korea Expands Site Blocking Efforts with SNI Eavesdropping

February 14, 2019

South Korea will expand its site blocking measures with SNI eavesdropping, so HTTPS sites can be blocked as well. The new measure, which will also affect pirate sites, has generated widespread opposition. While it's more effective than standard DNS blocking, it's certainly not impossible to circumvent.

https://torrentfreak.com/south-korea-expands-site-blocking-efforts-with-sni-eavesdropping-190214/

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 No.1033319

>>1031762

The only way to surpass this level of goobermint crap is to become a hacker. Look at china.


 No.1033321

>>1033210

Yes, because of the recent censorship fiasco dnscrypt/DNS-over-TLS/DNS-over-HTTPS clients have just begun to be widely distributed to the Korean public. Tor isn't widely used because it is too slow for streaming and downloading torrents. If the internet censorship gets off the hook like China I'll be renting a VPS and setting up obfs4/Shadowsocks/whatever Chinese use to evade their internet censorship.


 No.1033330

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>>1033210

Stock up burner SIMs and credits.

root.zone local copy, dnscrypt + socks5 proxies from China.

As plan B, make batman meshnets for organized comms.

Ultrasurf, freegate, psiphon or similar. You may also use VPN on top of it or just vanilla but if VPN ports are blocked by kike ISP you can assign a different rport and try portscanning these (UDP/TCP). If UDP is blocked in the NAT or some IPv4 NAT problem, use common udp ports for apps like google or games or find an ipv6 provider.

Build a 10KM directional wifi beam @pic and if you manage to still have internet during a shutdown, try to share it as much as possible, can also be used for comms with a wifi messaging app GnuPG signed to your liking.

5G is your friend but use outdoor antennas!

Contact the UNHR (sadly not the best choice but whatever), go to wikileaks and other non-MSM news sites.


 No.1033587

>>1033301

Meek is not enough. All it does is fake the SNI header and dns. But this can be bypassed because meek takes time to do that and that time can be measured and used to block clients. Or the real dns request could be poisined before you make the fake dns request to say azure.

The real solution is to disable SNI altogther and encrypt your dns requests. Or just have a offline dns cache.


 No.1033589

>>1033587

So how do you disable your SNI in TLS? Comment it out of the code? I couldn't find a single standard TLS library that allow you to disable it whether by commandline arguement or configure build time options. It seems SNI was added in SSL 2.0 as a backdoor of sorts. As you could just collect the SNI of packets and use that to correlate where traffic was going and coming from based on the time it was collected. It is essentially a backdoor in the protocol for spying purposes.




 No.1015628[Reply]

So china is using the generated data of users to power a measuring system that will give a score to people. The score will influence what they have access or influence, enhance behaviors like in operant conditioning.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAIKh7AnTIk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMzBpgsIMUE

I don't want this future anons, what can we do besides promoting freedom respecting software that is of course in general free of spywares ?

Do we need to make or local community aware of this ?

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 No.1028817

>>1028683

>>1028758

>>1028767

There is literally no stopping this now.

Blackpillanon was fucking right and you people refused to listen. The coming dystopia is inevitable, and will go on for the rest of our lives, and for the next 10,000 years. At the bare minimum. We have nothing to live for anymore. We surrender our freedoms, and this world. It's all fucking over.


 No.1029020

>>1028817

MUH CUCKPILL


 No.1032135

>>1015960

>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

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>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

>world's population will be around 10 billion people. You should be scared of this more than some meme system

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 No.1033576

MILLIONS OF CHINKS BARRED FROM BUYING TRAIN, PLANE TICKETS

http://archive.fo/JIP56 (a copy-paste from original source because the latter is full of javashit)


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