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Hello 4chan, hoping your knowledge can help me.
Transferred to a new school, and one of the classes require us to take the tests at the testing center using Respondus LockDown Browser.
Is there a way around this browser, can I make them think I'm using the browser yet still be at home minding my own business?
Thank you in advance, any help would be appreciated.
Not sure if this is the correct board.
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>>62054038
You're right
Thick paper taped over it is a better solution
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>>62053650
Record yourself using the computer normally, play it back on another monitor and point the camera at that.
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>>62052785
Use a VM, that's what I did
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Does noone here have a monitor that supports the ability to display multiple inputs at once?
Or you could try to mirror a display and see the reflection on the monitor you're using without it showing up on the webcam and with like a USB port switch by your feet to switch computers you wouldn't need to make suspicious movements.
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Had to use that shitty browser a few years ago. Debugged with IDA Pro to find how it detects VMs, turns out it looked for a processor name of "VBOX" for Virtual Box. I used a hex editor to find that value in the executable and replaced it with a random value, and VirtualBox worked after that.

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I have a feeling that i'm being discriminated by the email service I use, that whenever I go to a job interview they see @gmail.com and internally laugh at me for picking the plebbiest of email providers
Realistically, does @Outlook.com sound more professional? and no i'm not gonna go to cock.li and pick a fucking domain name like killallnigg.ers or some shit like that
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>>62056044
At least google won't ban your emails for no reason like mine. I only had them for one day at they got suspended for "spam" when I never even used then, not once.

If you have anything important, don't link it to a Microsoft account.
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>>62055381
And IP not being blacklisted... I think there's more. It's a pain in the ass to set up and manage your own email server all while making sure your email doesn't end up in spam. I'd leave it to third party if possible.
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>>62055852
It's the exact same thing with the green bubble.

Every day I would come in to work and nobody would talk to me. Outside of work nobody would ever respond to me. Then I realised it's because I got that green bubble
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>>62056146
(You)
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>>62056146
2 rupees have been deposited in your Apple Evangelism Account Pajit.

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Where were you when AMD EPYC took over China?

Tencent, JD.com and Baidu.
This comes a few days after Intel's CEO left the American Manufacturing Council.
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>>62049462
AMD doesn't own have fabrication facilities. And Global Foundries' 14nm Fab 8 is in Malta, New York.
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>>62055555
I'm not saying it can't, it just can't as well as Nvidia. Face it, AMD silicon isn't as efficient at competetive clocks, the 580 is literally just a 480 binned for high clocks and it heats up and draws more power out of the box than the 1060 ever did, while delivering similiar performance.
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>>62055870
>Face it, AMD silicon isn't as efficient at competitive clocks,

Sitting on a 290x that can get a near 30% boost, stop lying on the internet, especially to people that can fact check your bullshit
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AYYMD HOUSEFIRES 180W
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>>62056025
>500W to get 780 performance
AMD truly has the deepest lore

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Old thread
>>61975951

spent around 4 hours doing cable management, got a rug, and soundproofed my door
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>>62032572
akg 702's

my 1st hi-end headphone. Still got 'em and still haven't found ones that have highs that sparkle like that.
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>>62035272
trump cuck has been identified

nice set up otherwise
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>>62056085
what makes u think hes pro trump?
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>>62031162
Is that Unity?
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My table is older than I am

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What does your CPU temp idle at?
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>>62052078
Are you kidding, those fans were loud as shit for me, the PMW clicking they made were fucking awful.
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35c~ on a 140w tdp cpu with room temp being 26c on the opposite side of the wall with the open window
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Mine's usually around 23 Celsius.

Seems kinda low going by this thread. It's just an i5 3500k with no OC and stock cooling.
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42°C 4.4 ghz 4690k
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48°C

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>uses windows
>downloads hottestnewjustinbieberxdrniggagangstashit.jpg.mpg.HOT.music.album.FREE.tar.exe
>OMG WTF I GET VIRUS
>FUCKING M$!!!111
>goes out and buys a macbook
>max r SO secure and KEWL!!!11 no VIRUSES xD

>uses android
>downloads tottalyfreehotnewgameforabsolutelyfree.lol.nojoke.completelyfree.notavirus.app
>OMG WTF MY PHONE GET VIRUS
>goes out an buys ishit
>PHEW im so glad apel treats me like a toddler and doesnt let me install or do anything, freedum is too dangerous xDD

Why do technology illiterate apple users come to /g/ at all?
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>>62055233
Episode name is watermarked.
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>>62051681
Seriously who is this qt?
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>>62055788
mai waifu
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>>62054914
most threads here are about proprietary software and hardware tho
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Stop posting this semen demon.

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wtf were people smoking when they made network protocols
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>>62055965
OH MAN YOUR SO FUNNY
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>>62055898
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OSI_model
https://www.amazon.com/Computer-Systems-Programmers-Perspective-2nd/dp/0136108040

Basically, the whole of computing is encompassed across those 7 layers.
To allow for computing to have come this far, you had to of had a tiered structured and ensured each tier adhered to a standard. The further up you go the less standards and the more messy it gets as its built on increasing lower layers and has less commitments ... This is why web programming is shit tier. It rides on top of everything else and has no dependencies but itself.

For networking (layer 1,2,3,4). The serious weightlifting is at 1,2. Routing at 3. Layer 4 and up is where the shit show begins.

enjoy the bread anon
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>SS7 Over IP
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>62055067
>wtf were people smoking when they made network protocols
They were each trying to solve a problem without any Authority to guide them.
All they had was history. Each thought/hoped that their solution would be adopted by The Industry.
IBM came out with the 7-layer model in the early '70s but SNA got tangled up in the usual tribal fighting that was IBM.
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That's a gnarly list of information - technical and literature. Why does it makes me feel insignificant and longing so?

Do you count people that can navigate that list with hands or in the millions? It seems impossibly dedicated to be fully versed in technical and literature of the list. Is that list the apex of networking knowledge?

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>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
FAQ https://pastebin.com/hrXxMHs9
WIKI https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers

Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

Remember the following:
>Staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before.
>This is a thread for educational purposes only. Don't offer or ask for invites.

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>>62056005
I don't listen to music
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>>62053854
Just fucking download flac, You can store a hell of a lot of music on a 2TB HDD so there is really no reason not to. flac is best for archiving and the quality is easier to verify. You need high end equipment to have any chance of discerning flac from v0/320, and even then you're not going to in a lot of circumstances, that's besides the point. v6, however, sounds like dog shit, 128 sounds like dog shit.

The optimal solution is to archive flac then transcode to v0 or v2 for using on shit like your phone where you probably have more limited storage.
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>>62056054
Then have a little think. Yesterday I heard a song on the radio that made me want to explore French house so that's what I did, I went and downloaded a few dozen albums, and a whole lot more EPs and mixes. It's really not fucking hard at all, do some research.
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>>62056070
>>62056088

Bazinga!
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>>62053854
>Personally V0 and V6 sound completely the same to me.
If you can't hear the difference between V6 and V0 you must be partially deaf or older than 70.

MP3 V0:
https://track5.mixtape.moe/xpaavl.mp3

MP3 V6:
https://my.mixtape.moe/oycgcw.mp3

Both encoded from the 96kHz/24-bit WAV.

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ITT little programs, or scripts, or any automations you have made to make your daily life easier. Software, hardware all kinds welcome

>made a script to turn on the capslock LED when the CPU temperature hits 50°C to let me know it's heating
>tiny C program to listen for UDP packets on a port. Executes the Shell script name it receives it the packets. Consequently, also made an Android application to easily send said packets
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>>62056006
>he wants to blow $1000 each year on new toys
Okay, Anon. I'll just go start a few investments with the money you're spending on iCandy.
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>>62055912
How am I supposed to make money? Sell it? To who, /g/? Yeah, because /g/ pays for software. I flat refuse to put ads in anything I write, so the only other route for monetization is begging, which I'm not above doing, but I really wouldn't expect anyone to donate for such a simple tool, no matter how convenient it is.

I'm hoping for donations and maybe some support from other devs when I launch the media sharing site though. I feel it has much more potential to be useful to others on a regular basis, and it's a lot more work.
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>>62056040
>Being bad at me for having money

lol sorry about being successful in life.
Also, macs lifespan is really long, even 2011 macs are getting updates to this day, but it doesn't matter, it isn't like you could afford a 6yo mac anyways :^)
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>>62056096
I'm not mad that you've got money, I'm mad that you're spending it on shit.
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>>62037904
I got sick of my lemonbar script being a piece of shit CPU hog, so I replicated its functionality in C and added in some nice stuff, like individual update times for each status item and the ability to force the bar to update so that clickable areas and hotkeys are actually responsive.

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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

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>>62055916
Stop using nonfree software.
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>>62055916
you need more vim in your life
run: vimtutor
takes 10 minutes and you know the basics
enjoy hacking in the speed of the light
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So I'm on Manjaro and want to get the newest version of wine-staging (2.15-1) that was released today.

I found this in the AUR:
https://www.archlinux.org/packages/multilib/x86_64/wine-staging/

But when I "pacaur -S wine-staging 2.15-1", it's not finding it - just the 2.14 version.

Do I need to update my repo somehow or something?

Alternatively, what's the best way to manually update software that's more bleeding-edge than the current AUR package?
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>I like to sit on the beach with a floofy drink and let you guys do all the work. I’m coasting, right now I’m coasting — I don’t have any projects I’m working on.
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>>62056004
Try emacs.

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Post your OS, how long you've been with it and your comfiness rating.

OS: Debian
Time: 4 months
Comfiness 9/10
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>>62054464
MacOS High Sierra Beta
been on mac for 4 years now
comfiness 420/10

Linux just lacks polish and I don't want to fight my OS to make it work and respect my wishes as a user (same goes for you wincucks how long before micro$oft goes full google and removes the opt-outs for telemetry :^)
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Desktop: Windows 10
Since the free upgrade when it was released
6.5

Laptop: Manjaro w/ KDE
Since May this year I think, though I was using KDE neon before, and Ubuntu before that.
9
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>>62054464
Windows XP
2 years with SP1, 4 years with SP2/SP3
7/10

Windows Vista
1 week
2/10

Windows 7
6 years
9/10

Windows 10
10 months

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>>62054464
On my desktop and servers I've used Debian since 1999 when neckbeards were memeing it hard on IRC and Usenet. By 2002 I had gone full Debian and completely removed Windows 2000. It's one of the comfiest operating systems out there. I also tried Slackware around 2001 but I didn't like it. I used a PowerBook from like 2003 to 2006 alongside my Debian desktop and it was extremely comfy. Then in 2006 I bought a ThinkPad R60 for over $1200 which I still have and use Debian on, until mid 2012 when I got the computer I have now which is a ThinkPad T400 with Libreboot that I used to run Debian on. I've been trying out Fedora on it since late February of this year and I like it just as well as Debian, though I'm seriously considering switching back because I'm not a fan of bleeding edge stuff. I prefer maximum stability and compatibility where I can update once a month or so which Debian provides. With Fedora it's 200-400MB of updates every week or so and I get fucked up packages when I neglect updates for more than two weeks or so.

I suggest sticking with Debian for now. It doesn't get much better. If you want a super secure computer then use OpenBSD. It comes at the expense of software compatibility and ease of use but it's definitely worth it for server and embedded stuff. I have an old netbook running OpenBSD in my closet that I use as a personal email server and it's great. I have a Raspberry Pi cluster that I might migrate to OpenBSD in the future as well.

>>62055628
Definitely use OpenBSD. FreeBSD is pretty retarded because the GUI installer is clunky and half assed and package management isn't very good. It often makes things unnecessarily complex, whereas OpenBSD is made by the devs for the devs, unlike FreeBSD which tries to please everyone and always fails. Don't be afraid of the text installer. It's easier than FreeBSD's graphical installer.
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>>62054464
Arch with cinnamon
Two years
9.9/10

Is it shit or good?
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>>62049700
Do you think all your hentai is hand drawn?
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>>62049788
>art

Not art
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>>62049672
It's both shit and good.

>free
>runs on 10 year old hardware with no issues
>available on all major platforms
>clean install and uninstall, no bullshit cloud connections or anything like that, no sign in

however
>limited automation, no easy mode for effects
>missing simple convenience features like visible guide in iwarp tool
>photoshop and light room are magnitudes better when you get into deeper and more complex effects
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>>62049700
Are you fucking joking?
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>>62049672
If you want free shit and don't wanna torrent shit (like everyone else), get paint.net.

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old thread: >>62042734

What are you working on, /g/?
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>>62055763
your answer is literally there. b1 is mean, c1 is sd. top kek
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How does void * have a speed cost? Isn't void * just any unspecified pointer?
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>>62055997
Only the enlightened truly understand void
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>>62050247
Sauce? I've seen this pic so many times I might as well look at the original.
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>>62055411
>>62055411
Because no language to date has default encryption on live data and makes use of the fact that encrypted data can still be added subtracted or divided before decrypting, and that all data of the same length is indistinguishable from type to type, both of which would make you uncrackable by the feds and cyberpunk heros

>Headphone purchase advice:
http://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub

Please put some effort into your requests and questions.

If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.

For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg

>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

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>>62055776
Wow, just like the HD600! Perhaps dipolar would enjoy them if he actually tried them.
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>>62055704
.

Do the 600/650s even have a significant acoustic seal?
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>Shill genuinely believing their headphones are capable of producing as much bass as speakers
Hmmm...
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>>62055871
it's messi pesos
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>>62055640
No lower bass = low fidelity headphone
Stax = full linear bass response = high fidelity headphone at lower cost than unamped sannhauser

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The following are resources that may be helpful to you. Don't trust anyone and do your own research.

Bloated resources pastebin:
>https://pastebin.com/UY7RxEqp
List of linux distributions without SystemD:
>https://hastebin.com/akifotijaq.pl

>Which software do i use?
https://prism-break.org/en/
https://www.privacytools.io/

>Why are you so paranoid if you've got nothing to hide?
https://www.philzimmermann.com/EN/essays/WhyIWrotePGP.html

IRC:

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>>62054272
He's literally derailing the thread to bitch at people. With the mods would kick him.
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Why do I have to reset my Openwrt firewall to get internet access after a router reset?
Like, I have to add a random character somewhere, then I hit apply changes and then I get internet access, otherwise no internet. Why is that?
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>>62053074
/cyb/ people is just attracted to /sec/ as in hollywood movies do /sec/ you type fast some "comands" in the terminal some magic happens, and boom 5 minutes later you are a badass hacker with some cool suite and some unreal smart gadgets. I can see why people likes this, but they are wrong if they think that any of this is real or even possible.

They won't even go an inform themselves if what they assure it's true, but they'll group up against anyone that says the contrary
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>>62055164
I dunno the openwrt firewall applet. I assume you're not just talking about port forwards or something. The thing of openwrt is that it automatically generates settings from configs and if you have to repeat the process sounds like you're changing the in-memory settings vs. the on-disk configs.

>>62055646
it's kinda like that in real life though
>not automating your hacking
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>>62048468
>Good wargames that are available offline
You the fucking man for posting these!



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