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>>63158770
>>63226258
>>63275876
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVB7ihj1sGs
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>>63362870
>cyberpunk
>not cybersorcery
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is OH up?
couldn't access yesterday
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>>63363892
It should have been up.

I have been busy writing OuterHeaven's manifesto for release to the remainder of the world.

https://0x00sec.org/t/cyberpunk-atari-the-midnight-eye-hacking-and-cybersecurity-can-save-the-world/4329
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I am working on OH. I am likely going to change hosting because the downtime has been bullshit
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Also, I want to get a mailing list going like John Gilmore and the Cypherpunks had back in the day...any input would be helpful there.
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>>63364417
I have no input because I know nothing about that.

But it sounds cool, and I like to be a part of it.
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I wrote a udp flooder in python. May i join your club?
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>>63364159
Man, that black hat opsec video was interesting as fuck, thanks for sharing
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>>63364533
Of course. For being smart enough to realise UDP is the vulnerable protocol, and for having the chops to cook that up, I personally award you two gold stars.
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I know it's an old, low-tech thing to do but I make a Cyberpunk zine that I put out locally. If any of you want to add something (opinion, art, poetry, whatever) shoot me an email at garbozine@protonmail.ch. I don't put it online but I print 30-50 copies of every issue and they almost always sell out at the store I distribute them through. As long as it's cyberpunk-esq it'll likely see print.
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>>63364795
>(opinion, art, poetry, whatever)
cyberpunks are techno weenies and degenerate artfag normies. 0 technical.
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Is this cyberpunk?
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>>63364825
And why do you think it is
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>>63364825
>USB-enabled anal beads

And I thought I'd seen everything.
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>>63364440
Awesome! IWhen it is up and running, information will be here.

>>63364533
Sure; it isn't my club though; I started OH as a place for just about everyone.

>>63364668
Glad you enjoyed it. The send video from Hope is incredible as well. Probably one of the most important talks to me\.
>>63364680
Nemesis: STARS...
>>63364795
That is fucking awesome.

Low tech means of communication seems to be growing in value these days; what you are doing is important, so thank you.

>>63364811
I agree it was. It can be more though.

When I think f what the Cypherpunk movement did in the 1990's in response to much less, I find it depressing that the efforts from a new generation to step up and fight are so fractured.

This is how shit goes to garbage; the Cypherpunks inspire me, but who looks back in the future and sees a equal resistance to issues now to spur resistance then?

If I have to fight alone I will, but one is easy to break, and that breaking falls to waste and ruin if there is none to build from the sacrifice.

>>63364825
That thing is likely to get all and carry all types of viruses if it gets plugged into too many hosts.
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>>63364825
>>63365102
OK, you asked for it...
=== /sec/ News:

>Lovense sex toy app recorded and stored nearby sounds
http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-41969001
>A smart sex toy-maker has acknowledged that a bug with its app caused handsets to record and store sounds made while its vibrators were in use.
>Lovense was alerted to the issue by a Reddit user who had discovered a lengthy recording on their phone.

They toy may possibly be smart; the programmers were not. Unless this was to gain an edge on people for blackmailing purposes.
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>>63365735
>a bug with its app
>a bug
I guess that's just simple telemetry. Device creators wanted feedback from their users, they just forgot to ask for consent.
Big deal nowadays.
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>>63365774
>wanted feedback from their users,
In the form of grunts and moans
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>>63364668
Which video?
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>>63362870
is programming a useful skill to be part of the club?
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>>63365735
>people get butthurt because some ultimately irrelevant company recorded them busting a nut
>they don't give a single fuck about Google tracking their every move and creating a dossier on them that they use to target ads
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Does anyone know where I can find a reference manual for website security? I know enough to get around, I just need a compendium to sift through.

>>63366198
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwGsr3SzCZc
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>>63366467
Yes, and it is useful for a lot more than that. Automating everyday tasks saves hassle.
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>>63367465
but programming ask for order, discipline, rules, standards, security, reliability and hierarchy. It's the complete opposite to Cyberpunk. The only in common programming and Cyberpunk had is that both use computers and technology.
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>>63367693
Are you daft, mate? Are you just looking to find an excuse not to learn programming?
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>>63367693
How do you even use technology properly without knowing programming? You don't want to be a cyberpunk, you want to be a cyberloser.
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>>63367693
your dum
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>>63367783
>You don't want to be a cyberpunk, you want to be a cyberwank.

@63367693
>Guarantee replies
Here's a -1 (you)
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>>63367693
PROGRAMMING HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CYBERPUNK.
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>>63367693
>but programming ask for order, discipline, rules, standards, security, reliability and hierarchy.
It may ask for it but it won't always get it with me.

Anyways, how else to forge that Kuang Grade Mark 11 penetration program?
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>>63367693
You just want to be a skiddie and not feel bad about it.
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OH fucked? Unable to determine how to post. "New Blog Post" redirects to */display_enter and then back to the page it directed from.
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>>63364159
Net neutrality. How is that a pro cyberpunk ideal?All it involves is some higher government telling companies big or small on how to handle their data. What
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What is the most cyberpunk drug?
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>>63368417
Nootropics probably. There's a Russian one which makes it seem more underground or something.
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>>63368543
There's a few Russian ones. Transhumanism is really big over (t)here.
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>>63368615
Really? Tell us more.
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How to Tor in China?
Meek is almost unusable.
I've been waiting for a circuit for an hour
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>>63368615
Open ended, in the interest of time and efficiency, what are you most interested in. The scene or the drugs?
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>>63369368
I'd love to hear about the scene
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Is it true that...

>the entire TOR onion network is maintained by the FBI and NSA?
>all VPNs are botnets?
>just using TOR makes your ISP put you in a list?
>FBI is also trying to mess around Freenet?
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>>63327018

why aren't you downloading and using cia malware, /g/
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>>63367860
xDDD
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>>63369454
try on yourself and tell us
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>>63369425
Russia's populace has a penchant for exploring the vibrationally low and darker areas of life (very diverse online communities compared to Western ones -- I would imagine because their lives have less escapes and so they must focus on the dark instead of escape it), one of these is transhumanism. It's an umbrella term for many different "sects" centered around optimism for the human condition and a focus on improving humanity's abilities through external means, as opposed to the West's reemerging focus on internal means such as cognitive behavioral therapies, meditation, etc. A few notable examples are: immortalists/cryonicists (there is a distiniction between these two, but it escapes me at the moment), or "anti-agers" who wish to extend their lives indefinitely and end all disease through advances in biotechnology; the cybernetics, who shan't need an explanation; and cosmists, who wish for intergallactic colonization at any means. Even these groups are just labels on abstract ven diagram circles. The multitude of groups involved in transhumanist pursuits don't fall into a clear label and strict dogma, they pick and choose what technologies fit their idealogies instead of taking the more religious approach of absolute truths -- albeit spiritual pursuits are not cast to the wayside and are an important piece in all of them (a fractal of the Russian culture as a whole, who is very religious).

IMHO, it seems many of these "movements" are cults and just fanatical beliefs fostered by the crushing hopelessness of their environment. The ideals are very optimistic, but most forget that such a bias can blind one to very real obstacles that will get in the way of their plans (see: human nature. Russia has a terrible corruption and quality of life crisis, so one can even say that this is their escape.).

Two of the more "well-known" (within the sphere of Russian Transhumanism) organizations are:
transhumanism-russia.ru
2045.com/
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>>63370025
Cool stuff. Do peope do any bodymods there besides the "normal" ones like magnets and RFID chips?
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>>63370078
There is a lot of time with no better use, so the quantity of hackers is much larger, but personally I haven't seen any wacky mods. In this respect they are lucky, they have no burgeoning media empire to keep them sedated. All their internet is good for is knowledge and mobile apps.
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>>63369454
>the entire TOR onion network is maintained by the FBI and NSA?
Truth is, the more nodes you have there, the more you can control/attack the infrastructure. If you add the scare campaigns that have been pushed since a few years, and the lack of material that can't be found on clearnet, yeah, the less you use it, the more it can be controlled. So the only advice is, GO USE IT, it will make their job actually harder. The least you use it, the more their job is easier. With proper measures, tor is still secure. Insecurities relies on programs you run onto it (like Firefox bundle etc..) so make new services they can't exploit, and the whole network will be safer.
>all VPNs are botnets?
VPNs can still see your traffic, and they have your billing data. If you pay with bitcoin it's somehow ok, they are your new ISP and same isssues of regular ISP applies. If you paid with CC or paypal, you might be pwned. When you realize that in 2000 +17 you can turn every "smart" device connected into a botnet, you will laugh at the idea of paying for a vpn.
>just using TOR makes your ISP put you in a list?
Yes, you will be in a list, but who's gonna really go after that list ? Budgets are not so deep. Among many many many other people. So if you're not doing serious shit there, don't bother. Really. Nobody gives a fuck you are using TOR. Local admins might still care, so watch out if you're connecting from university/college account.
>FBI is also trying to mess around Freenet?
dunno about this one, I guess so, but I'm not a freefag.
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>>63369454
I've run a high capacity Tor relay for years and nobody ever bothered me.
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>>63368417
>What is the most cyberpunk drug?
Japanese green tea. Served in a proper tea house. Pic. related.
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>>63370390
What would you say is the best security setup? You seem to know a fair bit so would be interesting to hear how you would go about it on a personal level
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>>63362870
Alright, two things here anons.
>1st
A great learning resource for cyber security is 0x00sec.org Lots of people willing to freely teach/learn/share information of all kinds, and they don't all have their heads stuck up their asses like most hacking forums.
>2nd
Does anyone happen to have a full copy of the Strategic Intelligence Network (SIN) TOR site that was taken offline not too long ago? Im wanting the entire website. The php, the html, the javascript, everything. I'd like to recreate the site and perhaps bring it back up again once I add and update some much needed information as well as slightly improve the UI of the site.
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>>63371051
Not that anon, but you need to chain together a mixture of TOR, VPNs, VPSs, and Proxies. TOR needs to be the exit of all your traffic because there are many proxies that wont accept that traffic.
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I'm sorry, the "manifestos" are just too autistic to be real, they're a joke right?
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>Just got accepted to do my thesis by making software to more efficiently test drugs on fish, already signed to continue work there afterwards.
>Currently working on the side with machine learning in a multinational company, also running my own penetration testing company (physical & digital)
>Only guy in this thread working with "cyberpunk" technology and concepts

This thread is so cringe and it hurts me something severe that you guys are shitting a good genre down with shit like what >>63371317 pointed out.
Are you all 14 year old "l33t haxxors XD" ? Genuinely asking, not understanding this thread at all.
If you guys actually are interested in this kind of future, how come non of you guys seem to actually have any actual experience in it?
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>>63371447
>duuurrr hurrr, look at me I'm the only real cyber dood in here
Fuck off faggot, some of us like to take part in the complete cancer of 4chan every once in awhile.

Though on the other hand, I do agree with you. This thread is fucking shit for what it is. College CS major here, experience in freelance pentesting and refined my colleges network security to a point. Id like to think I'm going to the right path with this and seeing that you have experience in the fields I'd like to get into, what are some things you wish you would have done or done differently when you were starting off?
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>>63366640
Yes, because I can't be fired from every place of employment ever and publicly shamed for my targeted google ads, where as if someone leaks a video of me wanking im done.
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>>63371726
Read my post again, i am starting off right now at least in my eyes which was my point; I'm the top 10% most cyber doods in here and i'm not even close to it.

However if there is anything i regret its honing my person skills this late. Knowing people makes everything easier. Both getting the right jobs and then excelling in them.

Also, forget almost everything you learnt at UNI, by my experience all of it is shit if you don't already understand programming properly which took me the better part of 5 years, and its even harder when they have crammed it full of ideas that are ONLY GOOD if you already understand everything about the language/structure.
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>>63371317
>the "manifestos"
Which ones?
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>>63368320
It depends vwhich page you are trying to post on. only Chatsubo allows new pposts.
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>>63371447
I have 11 years experience in it man.

So fuck off if you have nothing constructive to say.

I am tired of fuckwads wandering into my home and speaking bullshit about how elite or high minded they are compared to the thread.

If this is so, elevate the conversation or go get fucked by someone who is not your father,
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>>63365735
>bbc.com
please dont post porn sites
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If you want to get down to brass tacks, I manage the Cybersecurity Penetration Test and Vulnerability Assessment Lab for one of the top five companies in the industrial/energy sector; I penetration test some of the most valuable companies in the world.

If you are doing better, please tell me or shut your fucking mouth.

And I'm not worried about the OpSec issue; I am no
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>>63371892
Solid reply, I'll take it to heart. I knew uni was shit for learning, im really only there for the connections and to get a piece of paper that says I did it. Looks like it's time to start indulging in my people skills then.
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>>63368019
actually being a skiddie is cyberpunk. They lack order, professionalism, discipline and most are anarchist as fuck.
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And how would you go about doing that? The more information the better.
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>>63372550
Post meant for >>63371278
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Damn, the Chinese firewall is tough
They're throttling packets they can't inspect heuristically with machine learning
http://crad.ict.ac.cn/CN/abstract/abstract3031.shtml

As can be seen when trying to use Tor with a meek bridge, which hides behind HTTPS CDNs. It's impossible to distinguish meek from regular access to CDN's, like https://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/
The Great Firewall however seems to have learned access patterns and sabotages Tor/meek connections

Tor over obfs4 works wonderfully if you have a private bridge
Plain Tor = no chance
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>>63372550
>>63372573
There's not really a set way to go about it. I mean, it seems pretty self explanitory. Layer your vpns and vpss, then use proxychains to route through proxies and throw tor at the end of the config file. Of course, you can really only do this in a linux distro. I dont know why I expect people from this thread to look into shit instead of requiring spoon feeding.
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Most security focused Linux based operating systems don't incorporate all that shit, expecting people to automatically know this complex information is only making yourself look foolish.
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>>63372491
Actually not a bad response. It's just about fucking up oppressors, not necessarily the tools or methods used.

>Huh! you want to impress me anon? Why don't you reinvent the wheel?

Is basically /g/-exclusive.
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>>63372673
The fact that you believe it to be complex makes you look like an autistic fuck. Go install /g/entoo and learn you some linux bitch.
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>>63372930
Nah come on that is a pretty big problem with /g/. Shilling the shit out of Linux or some other piece of software that pre-dates concerns about user friendliness because that makes you more 1337 but then ruthlessly shitting on anyone who takes the bait but can't figure everything out through sheer intuition.

It's just a double-edged sword of dickheadery.
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>>63372993
This, 100% this.

>Bruh, u not got gentoo liberoot thinkpad BSD BBQ??? Pffft, fucking botnet pajeet
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>>63372993
I'm
>>63372930
And I could not stop laughing for at least a solid minute. The amount of truth behind this is truly immeasurable.

In all honesty though, /g/ memes aside, go learn debian jessie. Its got a great UI and can be both user friendly and unfriendly depending on what you want to do with it. Great platform to learn the ins and outs of linux and eventually upgrade to neckbeard status like the rest of us technosexual faggots.
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>>63372582

huh the chinese invested in ai talent so they can tighten the totalitarian noose, what a surprise. they measure how random and anonymous the traffic is and if it hits a certain level of randomness then it's considered bad. seems like being too good at anonymity is costly and no longer hiding among the noise. maybe they need to design meek2 to settle on some pseudorandom predetermined traffic metrics instead of being truly random.
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>>63372909
still, I like cyberpunk. Who are their main enemies? corporate hackers? programmers in suits?
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>>63374090
>Who are their main enemies?
those who are keeping you "low life".

It's funny that the cyberpunk aesthetic is in vogue; when really, it's a sign of an oppressed people.
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How does the US government know where hackers come from?
"Russian hackers"
"Chinese hackers"
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>>63374090
Capitalists.
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>>63368411
>Wanting companies to fuck consumers in the ass is cyberpunk
>>63364159
I'm not sure about the OuterHeaven manifesto. At some parts its political slant is a bit off-putting.
The piece seems overly partisan to me, singling out the right wing, when in reality neither side of the political spectrum is stranger to corruption and propaganda.
I think part of my problem is the section "Corporate/Government domination of the internet could lead to disaster". I agree with the bit about net neutrality, but then the text becomes unclear as to what it's arguing for soon after. If the text is talking specifically about the internet/net neutrality, then I'd agree: republican propaganda regarding net neutrality is a big issue. But if that section is speaking of right wing propaganda in general, then I'd say the left has it just as bad, if not worse.
Maybe it's all just semantics and inconsequential issues I'm seeing, but I can't help but feel that there's somehting that I'm just not getting.
Regardless however, the advantage of anonymous groups like these is that so long as we can agree on a goal, we can work together regardless of differences in beliefs. I'm willing to work past these differences, so long as others are willing to do the same.
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>>63374791
Anonymous groups work when they are small. Anything an IRC channel deems necessary might not work.
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>>63368417
k and dissociatives in general
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>>63374592
speak for yourself
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>>63371998
Chatsubo was one of the rooms I tried and I'm not getting anything that implies I can make a new post. For a sanity check, you make a new post by using "New Blog Post?"
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Are there any offline password managers with two factor authentication? I only get results for one or the other when I try and look into it?
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>>63374791
I share the concerns and opinions of this post.
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>>63375459
>>63374791
Im not trying to put you down or anything, but didn't the name OH give it away it was going to be political?

I mean you have at some point been exposed to metal gear solid, right? That is LITERALLY the reason for the name; it's a digital replica.
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>>63364159
>tl;dr essay on why larping saves the world.
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>>63375660
The issue is not that it 'political', it's that in the post it feels like maderas only whines about the right wing when the left is just as bad. Read >>63374791 again.

In MGS, OH was not sided, since it was all to fight the Patriots, and they were both the right and the left. And in this case the issue still persists, because both sides are corrupted to the roots and they both attempt to kill net neutrality, among other things, since it is what is convenient for them.
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>>63374348
They don't. Deception is the name of the game.
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>>63375438
Keepassx has an option to ise a password protected cert file as the master key. Not EXACTLY tfa but kinda does it.
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>>63375890
>>63375719
>>63374791
>>63375459
The most influential person in my life was my grandfather. He was a legend in the DC Intelligence community; he lived in Saudi Arabia for 30 years; his second wife was one of the dentists to the Royal Family.

I grew up looking at a picture on my grandfather's mantle of him shaking Bush Seniors hand at a social event in DC.

I gre w up Republican amongst a military family and the Intelligence community (my grandfather often brought me to Virginia and DC when he had to work).

I was raised to follow in his footsteps;We haven't spoken since the Invasion of Iraq; I knew Saddam wasn't in league with any islamic fundementalist group; he liked booze, western women and pornography too much.

My grandfather and I had a falling out over our views and haven't spoken years; I was meant to follow in his footsteps, but my conscience would not let me.

So I have a pretty broad view an open mind, and if you notice in my writing, I use blanket terms like "politicians" "political" and so on for most of the writing.

The inmmediate threat to the common populace is the Republican led US government(the US is the socio/economic/political trendsetter ofthe world for better or worse). They are self-serving of their own interests, ignorant and deceitful in a way that is dangerous to the common populace.

While the democrats are a problem as well (Obama betrayed many things I hold dear), the idea that the common populace wouldn't be in better stead with Democratic leadership is ridiculous; at least they are more leniant on social services, which as a person who makes a fair sum of money, I have no issue being taxed for.

Absolving the entire political system is not the most direct means of change, but acting as a group in a way that hurts the most immediate dangers (such as an operation that lessens the power of Republicans through a loss of elections) is; later. our issues could be handled, but triage is first.
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>>63374791
>>Corporate/Government domination of the internet could lead to disaster". I agree with the bit about net neutrality, but then the text becomes unclear as to what it's arguing for soon after.

The issue is that we have some huge issues that we have created for ourselves looming, and the Internet can be a facilitator of the communication and cooperation we will need in order to combat these issues' corporate control of the Internet could effect the effectiveness of that communciation and cooperation, and thus could endanger our species.

Throughout human history, an openess of information, cooperation and communication has fosterd growth and prosperity for our species.

There is a reason that most historians believe the Church held societty back during the Dark Ages, and there are clear reasons why after the Plague when the Church was weakened and the monks could more freely share their collections, that the Renaissance and Age of Enlightment came to pass.

It is a similar danger we face now; knowledge exists, but change neds to be institued amongst the majority of the populace, not just a small population holding knowledge.

Just as the Church told the commoner how to think back then, we risk an Internet where corporations hold the keys to the minds of the populace, facilitated by politic9ians who can change the rules of the infrastructure as they see fit.

If as some believe, they think that corporate control of the Internet will be the same as the beghinning, then they should look at history. As profitability or the ideas of profitability grow, marketing, commerce and the pursuit of financial incentive take hold.

These are ideas and behaviors that are dangerous to what the Internet was in the beginning, and will be less and less if we allow it; competition between oproporations will squash the infrastructure and it's freedoms under the feet of financial incentive.
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If some believe that corporate control of the Internet will be the same later as it was in the the beginning,

*These are ideas and behaviors that are dangerous to what the Internet was in the beginning, and will be less and less what it was if we allow it.
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>>63375719

It's the Larpster!!!!


Larpster, at least I have the balls to put myself out their. I have nothing to gain by trying to make the world better; I could eaily fuck off with what many others believe uis success (six figure salary, secure financial/vocational future, hot girlfriend) and tell the world to fuck itself.

I suffered to get where I am; I went through a hell that would sound made up in the telling, I was raised mercilessly, I have died, I have been homeless and penniless among schizos, ex-convicts and junkies.... but instead of making me selfish, it taught me that you can't turn your back on the world.

Your comments are not clever. I occasionally find the "larping" thing funy, but more often I pity those saying it, because I have a sense that your hubris isn't enough to patch whatever frailness and failings that make you punch the keys, regardless of your skills.
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>>63374791
If the government controls the companies what's to stop it from controlling you? Next thing you know it's illegal for you to block ads. Hey mate treat every data the same because big president told you so.
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>>63378034
Again me. I don't mean I don't like net neutrality. Of course I like the idea of net neutrality, but the means proposed there are not the way in my view.
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Does anyone ever use x.500 in their workplaces, or is it all ldap?

Im struggling to memorise how x500 works, because it's fucking boring and dry, and ldap just makes more sense.
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how fucked is my security/privacy if i used to have social media accounts when i was younger
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>>63371447
>Genuinely asking, not understanding this thread at all.
OK, so did you read all the pasta and the FAQ? After all those were written just to answer issues like yours.
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>>63378217
not much more than anybody else I guess
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>>63378217
What are you all working with in terms of decentralized things? What are you working on? Testing? Playing with?
OLSR? BATMAN? Tox? Scuttlebutt? Rumble? Gilga? Serval? Twister? I2P? Diaspora IPFS? Forban? URC?
Not to sound like I'm giving orders or anything, but IMO I really think we as a community need to become familiar with these things and make them part of our lives, replace IRC with URC, replace Skype with Tox, replace Facebook and Twitter with Diaspora and Scuttlebutt, Replace Dropbox with Syncthing or Librevault. We have to use and extend and improve these things ourselves, and then get other people to use them too.

I'm working on setting up a news feed RSS bot for Diaspora. Just a bot account that posts Reuters articles since Reuters seems pretty neutral and unbiased.

Next I want to make a Tox bot that can say things back to people with Ratox and Ruby. I can only make it say things back to one user at a time, because I can only figure out how to say things to a Tox ID that is hardcoded into the a program. So for 500 friends I'd need 500 separate programs. I don't know how the fuck to get around that.

After that I want to make a meshnet node with Pirate Box OS on a Raspberry Pi and test running URC, Tox and Scuttlebutt over it.
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>>63363077
fucking retrowave
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Do you go through the trouble and still write 32-bit versions of your self-replicating polymorphic viruses?
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>>63376713
>he liked booze, western women and pornography too much.
im guessing your brown wife certainly didnt help the rift between youse
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>>63379688
it would shock you the infrastructure still running on 16 bit, let alone whose running 32...

its no one important, nah def not parts of the dod that are still stuck on 32 bit because of the mission critical applications that are 16 bit and will NOT run in the new virtualised environment... nope def not them at all..
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Is there any particular reason why a Wordpress in attacking would be constantly killing my meterpreter shells?

If I cook up a php meterpreter shell script with msfvenom, manually upload it to the site since I know the credentials, start a multi handler in metasploit, trigger the exploit; it catches the connection, and immediately the session dies.

I've tried using the Wordpress admin upload exploit in metasploit; every single meterpreter payload fails, and the only thing that works, is a php shell.

Which is shit, because I want a meterpreter shell, and I KNOW I'm supposed to be able to get one; EVERY FUCKING WALKTHROUGH for this vulnhub exercise shows them using a meterpreter shell!

Why can I only make php shells? I have no idea what the fuck could be fucking with this
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>>63364159
>In 1995, Bernstein (djb) had wanted to release a research paper and source code associated with his Shuffle encryption system. At that time, US federal law placed cryptography on The United States Munitions List (alongside grenades, mortars and flamethrowers) which also made exporting crypto outside of the country (or releasing the source code of cryptographic programs) illegal without an export license from the US State Department (as a munition, management of crypto was the State Department's responsibility).

>In 1999 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals had heard the case and ruled that software source code was speech protected by the First Amendment; US regulations preventing its publication were unconstitutional,forcing the United States to gradually relax laws governing crypto until they finally met the legal standards of today in 2003.

What the fuck? This wasn't even THAT long ago, how the fuck did they try and ban MATH from being explained..?

Oh right, the same way turnbull and mummy may want to.

>The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia
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>>63380753
>immediately
Elaborate how immediate. Can you issue any command at all ? At least for 30 seconds (that's the default running time for a php script usually)?

Are you trying this in local, LAN, or a remote server ? Did you port foward correctly on your router ?
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>>63380842
Land of the Free and Brave
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>>63380844
>Elaborate how immediate
So immediately it causes metasploit to error up and say "session x doesn't exist"

I get zero time inside the shell.

Using the php shell though, I can sit in there as long as I want, but it's not a meterpreter shell, so I don't really want to use it.

Im trying it against a VM I downloaded from vulnhub in the same LAN as my Linux box; nothing comes across the internet.
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>>63380921
>VM I downloaded from vulnhub
Link to VM exercise and walkthrough ? Probably you are just not supposed to use the exploit you are using. Or you're missing a step that prevents your shell from running.
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>>63367693
>but programming ask for order, discipline, rules, standards, security, reliability and hierarchy.
Spoken like someone who has never written a line of code in their life
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>tfw I work for a video surveillance company
I am the problem, aren't I?
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>>63382488
surveillance has its benefits. like most technology, the problems come from people who misuse or abuse it. do you, anon? the question is rhetorical. there may come a day when you may find yourself in a moral dilemma because of some recording. only after you are confronted with this situation, will you learn whether or not you are part of the problem by the choices you make- just as snowden was.
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>>63374592
communist authoritarian governments will be their main enemies, unless you love to be a drone with a number.
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>>63381437
I bet you do, anon but please, pong clones don't apply as good programs.
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>>63372491
>actually being a skiddie is cyberpunk. They lack order, professionalism, discipline and most are anarchist as fuck.
Without order, professionalism and discipline you are merely low grade cannon fodder, ready to be whisked away by the next generic dry cleaning van.
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Hey guys need some advice, I am looking at source code for a router
>asus RT-n66u

and I am mainly focusing on wps part of the source code, reason being, I just want to see if the router times out briefly or permanntly until next power cycle. I was looking at

>wps_supplicant.c

and noticed it #include blacklist.h, naturally I looked in blacklist.c for source. It adds/deletes bssid in a list, or clears the list. But since I am still learning to understand C, I am not sure if there is a timeout after so many fail attempts, I came across void (or function, whatever you want to call it) called "wpa_supplicant_wps_event_fail"

After looking in wpa_supplicant.c it seems im just finding wpa deassociating with client after timing out X amount of seconds, since it sends "WLAN_REASON_DEAUTH_LEAVING"

I would just do a wps brute force, but I am wanting to simulate as if I don't have access to the router, and don't want to lock it up in case it perm. locks unless power cycle.
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>>63380238
>it would shock you the infrastructure still running on 16 bit, let alone whose running 32...
There are also many pacemakers running 8 bit processors, in particular the 40+ year old 6502. Most users will agree that pacemakers are critical.
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=== /sec/ News:

British intelligence is concerned. They have experienced dire trouble.

>From hackable toilets to major infrastructure, former MI5 boss warns of new terror frontier
http://www.baka.com.au/world/from-hackable-toilets-to-major-infrastructure-former-mi5-boss-warns-of-new-frontier-in-terror-attacks-20171109-gzifxm.html
>London: A couple of years ago Jonathan Evans was staying at a "ritzy hotel" in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, when he was confronted with an automated toilet seat.

The sex toy news story caught interest so it is only fair we move east of Eden, though
>Citing the High Commissioner to Britain, Alexander Downer's, "shy and effacing" manner, Lord Evans declined to elaborate on the article he had read about "cyber sex toys".

So what happened?
>"But I also saw an article saying that these actually have a standard security setting of 0000 which most people never change so you have this potential for hacking into your neighbour's toilet seat," he said.
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>>63386273
>http://www.baka.com.au/world/from-hackable-toilets-to-major-infrastructure-former-mi5-boss-warns-of-new-frontier-in-terror-attacks-20171109-gzifxm.html
Weird. That should have been
http://www.baka.com.au/world/from-hackable-toilets-to-major-infrastructure-former-mi5-boss-warns-of-new-frontier-in-terror-attacks-20171109-gzifxm.html
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>>63363077
cool stuff
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>>63374348

they trace things at the router level, use packet timing techniques and ttl measurements, hack back and observe connections, have a huge database of ttps/iocs which they use to correlate activity to certain known groups, reverse malware to find telltale signs of origin, analyze language patterns to figure out native language, check forums to see bragging/discussion of hacking, ask politely
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>>63371726
>experience in freelance pentesting
"I tried hackthissite for a while"

>refined my colleges network security to a point
"I changed the router settings for my dorm wifi"

Get real kid lmao
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I'm working on it. I'm an electrician, I'm pretty good with physical security systems in general. My old man was a 'linux guru' but he dieded before I could really learn much about the shit off him. I'm really working hard towards my electrical inspectors qualification at the moment, doing shitty wargames etc in my spare time.

My BFF is the real computer whizz. Diploma in network something something. We plan to start a pentesting company, because it sounds like a hoot.

>mfw i've been typo'ing a basic command over and over again
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>>63364825
I'll bet it was made to convert mac users...
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>>63365352
Thanks for the compliments on the zine, I don't hear much feedback so it's really encouraging.
If you anything schway in mind for the zine send it my way.
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>>63387281
There is the updated FAQ that can be mined.

Also: since you are in the zine world, do you know what happened to Patrick Clark and his CNS zine?
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>>63381162
This one

https://www.vulnhub.com/entry/hackfest2016-quaoar,180/

this one, does NOT work for me. I can't get a meterpreter shell spawned.

https://script-kiddie-dreams.blogspot.com.au/2017/03/ctf-hackfest2016-quaoar.html?m=1

This one, does work for me. Basic reverse php shells do work.

http://infosuraksha.com/blog/2017/04/15/quaoar-vm-walkthrough/
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>>63387672
There are also lots of OTHER walkthroughs on the site that do not involve the use of meterpreter. But I have to fucking understand why it's not working. I need to know what is going on before I can move on.
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Bump, it's too early for you to die
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>>63386310

I'm more concerned about the Boeing 757 hack and how quiet everyone has been about how vulnerable airplanes are. Maybe they're hiding something about 9/11...
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>>63387672
I'll look into it in the next days, can't promise anything tho. I'm on 3g so I need a friend to download the ISO, it will take a while. Also, what is your pentest distro & version (it shouldn't really matter, but some version like kali sana was utter shit) ?

>>63389559
>how quiet everyone has been about how vulnerable airplanes are
If people really knew how vulnerable are planes, it *could* be a PR disaster. I say *could* because it seems people (and govts, and corps..) nowadays really don't care about privacy and security. And unless a bunch of flights drop down in the deep blue, I guess people would still not care.
>9/11
Most of the airplane insecurities rely on hopping between user wifi and mainboard network. 16 yrs ago wifi wasn't even a thing, the best they could do was meddle with radio frequency. That's an interesting theory, but I see it more like a threat for the future, not the past. If you said MH370, well, that could be a different story.
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>>63390450
Kali 2017; I did a dist-upgrade the other month so it should be the most recent.
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>>63390450

What if there was always a way to hack their internal networks...
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any advice how to stay motivated and study 10-12h/day?

its not like I have anything important to do, but I am just lazy
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>>63391832
I find that I study best when I am surrounded by other people studying, so libraries would be a good place, they are free and quiet too.
Also try to apply your learned skills often, that way you see a tangible difference and it helps memory.
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>>63391832
no one studies effectively for 10 hours a day. do 3 instead of an hour of actual study and 9 of resting your eyes in the direction of a book
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>>63371245
bump for SIN as well last time i saw it was on leddit but sadly the archive is down
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I want to set up a home vm cluster for developing deployment scripts, running servers for myself, and making at least one of the nodes a raid 10 array with all the spare drives i have.
Should i use xen or esxi? Is there something stupid i have to do to get around vmware licenses if i go with the latter? And also is using an intel NUC as a node just a meme? I feel like i can build a cheaper amd system for the same thing
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>>63367302
Owasp anon?
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Why is it everytime somebody post Cyber they gotta put green letters, skulls and other dumb shit like Guy Fawkes.

I'm pretty much a cyber samurai and I have tractors on my computer background (Kubotas are pretty dope)
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>>63391832

nootropics and a little green tea. noopept is cheap and 10mg every 3 hours or so should keep you busy, but you'll have to work up to that. your brain isn't really designed to do 12 hours of learning a day.
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>>63392732
That "something stupid" as you call it, is to purchase a license. Otherwise you're pretty much locked out of using more than 8 vms at once, and you won't be able to use vsphere

>>63393120
Because some people like tractors and some people like green text and skulls? I think tractors are "dumb shit" but I don't make a fucking fuss about it.

>>63391832
You start by doing one hour a day.
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>>63393120

>tractors

you aren't cyber
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what do you guys think of Urbit?
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>>63363286
Why is that not a thing?
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What does /cybsec/ think about Opera? It has the same essential extensions that Firefox has, like ublock origin, https everywhere, noscript, etc, and in my experience it runs a little smoother and is generally less of a resource hog.

That being said, I'm pretty sure it isn't FOSS and I haven't touched Firefox in a while so its possible that it improved since last time I used it.
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>>63393987

FUCK THAT GUY
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>>63371447
>Are you all 14 year old "l33t haxxors XD" ? Genuinely asking, not understanding this thread at all.
Not at all. A poll we did a while ago hinted that most are students but there are also many working in industry including security.
>If you guys actually are interested in this kind of future, how come non of you guys seem to actually have any actual experience in it?
At least some of us do have actual experience.
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>>63394008
Opera is propietary but that's not the reason I don't use it.
my gut tells me there's something fishy going on.
Aside from the obvious "if it's free, you are the product", the same feeling has prevented me from being included in any data leaks so far
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>>63394008
Botnet, no better than Chrome. Firefox was great but a lot of people are jumping ship because Mozilla is removing support for a fuckton of extensions. I'm staying on 54 as long as I can.
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>>63394008
>What does /cybsec/ think about Opera?
Currently owned by a Chinese company. You'd better assume the worst.
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>>63392732
>making at least one of the nodes a raid 10 array with all the spare drives i have.
Why RAID10 rather than, say, RAID6?

If you have a lot of drivers you could make a RAID5 or 6 of elements that are 2 disks in RAID0, for high speed and reliability.

In any case it is recommended to have a few drives in cold standby. When one drive goes down another might go down soon too.
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>>63387425
I've been pulling quite a bit from the FAQ for the latest issue. There's some really stellar stuff there. I'm always blown away by the cyberpunk community here and on a few other chans.

As far as Cyber Noodle Soup and Patrick Clark go, I sadly have no idea. I wish I had some insight for you, sorry.
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why does everyone use reddit spacing in these threads
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>>63396120
it's easier on the eyes.
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>>63392732
I have a mate who runs Xen on a home lab with four 10k disks in RAID 10, and it easily supports about 10 mixed OS VMs
The only thing to keep in mind, from experience, is that when Xen fucks up, shit gets really fucked up really fast, but if you maintain the environment sensibly you shouldn't have any issues
>>63396016
>running VMs on RAID 6
This meme need to stop
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>>63396126
but it isn't
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>>63396120
It is like paragraphs in normal writing, separating sentences into logical groups directed to different issues/topics/etc.

The question is rather why all this comparisons with Reddit?
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Hey all! Can anyone provide me some EU universities to do a MSc in cybersecurity? i want cheep but dignified university!
Whats your thoughts about MSc in cybersecurity?
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>>63396126
no
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>>63371892
>pen testing
>machine learning
>working for large company
You might be a cybersec dood but no way near a cyberpunk dood.
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>>63396405
Because most of the faggots are from reddit. They try to disasociate themselves from reddit any way they can. They don't realise that the more they talk about reddit, the more redditors will feel welcome.
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>>63366467
Having a basic understanding of programming is mandatory in the 21st century.
You need to at least be aware of how XML and HTML work in principle, the knowledge of what part of a website executes on the client and what on a server, and the math shit of programming - variables storing information, logic operators, data types, as well as very basic understanding of what a database is and how it functions in principle.

You can learn all of that in a few hours, its super simple stuff, and you NEED to know it to be adequate today.
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Is soy cyberpunk?
Mass produced cheap protein that you can drink or add in any food, and the traditionalists hate it.
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>>63396016
Raid 10 is the only usable raid config anymore. I have had countless performance/corruption issues with VMs running on 5/6 when a drive fails.
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I want to zmap my localmall....do I need to ask permission before I do so?
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>>63397090
I hear this one isn't too bad.
https://www.enisa.europa.eu/topics/cybersecurity-education/nis-in-education/universities/gjovik-university-college-guc-14
https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/mis
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>>63397955
Soylent used to be until it became harmful crap
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>>63398979
harmful? please elaborate
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>>63397895
spotted the redditor
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>>63399346
The latest release was pulled out because it made people sick.
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>>63399727
They're back to selling it though right? Was it fixed?
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>>63399825
I believe so. Although it has recently been banned in Canada, thought that's for regulation reasons
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>>63368417
Heroin
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>implying
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>>63374877
25i-NBOMe and dissociatives excluding PCP
nootropics as well. I'd recommend noopept.
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>break into boxes
>update system
>patch security holes
>log out
>be someone's guardian angel
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So how long until theres a public key reinstallation exploit?
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>>63399727
that was just one batch of 1.8. I'm pretty sure that happens often with food in general.
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>>63363077
sounds like the background main menu track
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>>63390339
is this from a game? if so, what game is it?
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>>63396120
>How's the weather in Kyoto this weekend?
>Clear, it seems.
Maybe too many keyboards with a screwed enter key...
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>>63402317
25i-NBOME is a horrible analogue. Many overdoses have been related to it. Stick with better known RC's if you go the analogue route.
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>>63396120
>>63396170
>>63397255
You retarded faggots have yet to even attempt to explain how """reddit spacing""" hurts you or anyone in even the slightest way. You just screech like fucking short bus downies
>reeee reddit spacing
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>>63397955
eating soy is what (((they))) want you to do.
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>Because most of the faggots are from reddit.
So what?
>They don't realise that the more they talk about reddit, the more redditors will feel welcome.
So what?
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>>63402025
..why is he running it off his fucking server
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>>63403016
No idea mate. I just find vapourwave to be very cyberpunk
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>>63374877
Doesn't that wreck your bladder?
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>>63404221
They are drugs, of course they are going to wrek you in some way
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>I've been pulling quite a bit from the FAQ for the latest issue. There's some really stellar stuff there.
Good to hear, thanks, especially since I edited version 5. It builds on decades of work by others. It was a bit dusty when I took over so I hope this inspires people to contribute. Feel free to post the FAQ widely.
>I'm always blown away by the cyberpunk community here and on a few other chans.
Future Culture was intense. I subscribed to the mailing list for a while but 400 emails on a quiet day made the immersion too intense for me. Also the newsgroup alt.cyberpunk was an epicentre for a long period, it is getting more active these days.

>As far as Cyber Noodle Soup and Patrick Clark go, I sadly have no idea. I wish I had some insight for you, sorry.
I corresponded with him about 10 years ago but all leads have gone cold. In addition to several zines he also did the Cyberpunk Timeline which ends in 2000 and is equally due a major update. Perhaps a task for this general?
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>>63404368
Then I will recommend Japanese green tea as my fellow anon did above. I don't think it wrecks you as it is drunk in vast quantities and the Japanese have one of the longest life expectancies in the world.

Also I like the finer things in life.
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>>63404470
Is it any different to regular green tea?
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any tips on setting simply debian server to test vulnerability ?
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>>63406432
>install
>launch tools against it
>record issues and fix them
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>Client's server
>Windows Server 2008, no service pack, never updated
>but runs a free virus scanner that pops up ads every 30 minutes and infested every context menu
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>>63406966
Fucking magical
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>>63372092
Unironically, nice burn man.
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My dudes how I get into William Gibson? Is there any cyberpunk novel worth checking besides from him? I think it's more visually interesting to look at in films and shows than reading a book but I wouldn't mind checking out cyberpunk novels
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>>63404221
yeah and the tolerance is awful, still funny once in a while though
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>>63403834
Makes your post take up double the space as normal posts. belies a sense of self importance
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>>63397955
gyno tits are cyb af
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>>63403834
I don't even care where it's from, shit looks ugly and disjointed. It takes twice as much space for no valid reason and the longer the post the harder it is to understand.
If you seriously need twice as much void than content to make your points stand then maybe they're shit and you shouldn't bother posting.
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Quick question Should I have a Comptia A+ cert before I go into the cyber security field? Thanks.
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>>63407888

get that and sec+ then try to get a help desk position where you figure out windows
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>>63397439
if anything isn't he the kind of person cybs would rebel against?
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>>63408041
What if I already have a help desk position but have no certs?
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>>63407739
>>63407809
>it takes up twice as much space
Fuck is the problem here? You have to scroll down a little more to read the entire post?

>belies a sense of self importance
And why would you think that? I'm not the one trying to police other peoples' behavior that doesn't affect me at all. You're almost as bad as SJWs.

>the longer the post the harder it is to understand
Only if you're literally an illiterate retard.
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>>63408838
see?twice too much space to say nothing. go fuck yourself
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>>63362870
In which city, anywhere on earth, could I find an apartment of this size and shape for the cheapest price?

That looks comfy as hell.
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>>63408772
What about it? What do you want us to say? You have a shit job and no certs. Whoop de fucking do.
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>>63408882
Why don't you have a look at some for rent sites?

Why does this thread attract all the mouth breathers and shit eating retards?
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>>63408882

they don't make multilevel floor apartments for cheap, anon
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>>63405891
There are big differences in the processing of green teas.

Chinese green tea is dry goods that should be stored in a dry place.
Japanese green tea is more like fresh food that once opened the tea should be kept in a cool place. Also it has a lot more caffeine than Chinese green tea.

Taste, colour and preparations also differ.
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>>63410550
>Japanese green tea is more like fresh food that once opened the tea should be kept in a cool place.
How interesting!
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>>63407809
you could've used the time you spent shitting about someone's formatting to create a userscript to filter surplus <br>'s.
just sayin'
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>>63374877
seconding ketamine

speaking of which, what's the future of dark web markets?
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>>63411195

>totally not fbi or undercover cop
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>>63411231
I mean like what is the fate of the phenomenon, not what's going to be the next big one
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>>63408437
Interesting, never heard of this before. Wonder how it compares to OpenBSD.
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>>63411195
>seconding ketamine
Why??
You might end up with quite the operation. http://www.bbc.com/news/disability-40849702
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>>63402752
>I'm pretty sure that happens often with food in general.
Food making you sick - yes.
Food being pulled - no.

Its down to scale. When the mad cow thing happened, so much milk, meat and animals had to be destroyed (as in, put in a pile and burned) that it made news for weeks.
Soylent is a small operation still, they can afford to pull.
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>>63403988
>being a /pol/cuck

1. Dietary estrogen doesn't directly increase your body's estrogen, similar to how dietary cholesterol doesn't directly increase body cholesterol. 2
2. Its not even proper estrogen, its just a structure that some people's bodies can interpret as estrogen.
3. You have to eat a lot of it daily for months or even years before adverse effects can be felt.

Plants developed that to protect themselves from herbivores that would specialize in eating that plant.
If a goat evolved that specifically genocides that plant, the males of its species would become infertile and the species would go extinct, so the plant wins in the end. Its a defense mechanism against such hypothetical goats.
Do you know much much in volume a goat eats of a plant? Do you know how little in volume you eat of it?

tl;dr its fine in moderation, and you have to abuse it for a long while before you get bitch tits or other adverse effects
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>>63408869
>no rebuttal to arguments
>still hasn't explained why using a bit more space is so terrible
Not even surprised, kek.
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>>63411589
>Plants developed that to protect themselves from herbivores that would specialize in eating that plant. If a goat evolved that specifically genocides that plant, the males of its species would become infertile and the species would go extinct, so the plant wins in the end.
I love evolution.
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>>63411675
Are you allergic? Plants are evolving a larger volume of pollen, so they can reach other plants of their species far away across the street/block in towns, and since not having that larger volume of pollen means you die off in the human constructed world, its very fast.
Basically the same thing is happening against us, the city plants trying to fucking kill us.

On the other hand, I do love the plants that evolved the poison "caffeine" to fight against insects.
Their home brew insecticide gives me enough motivation to see the day through.
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>An interview with Adam Kiciński, CEO of CD Project Red on Polish website Strefa Inwestorow revealed that Cyberpunk 2077 will launch as a "Game as a Service".

>Original interview.
https://strefainwestorow.pl/artykuly/wywiady/20171108/adam-kicinski-cdprojekt

Glad to see the Cyberpunk 2077 game is going full cyberpunk on us.
No ludonarrative dissonance here.
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>>63411258
yeah, they aren't really a thing anymore. the cops won :^)
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>>63411827
That shit ain't English
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>>63411589
>tl;dr its fine in moderation
And that is the thing. A lot of cheap "meat" products are in reality stuffed with cheap protein sources such as soy, practically as much as they can get away with.
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>>63362870
What's /cyb/'s favorite CTF?

I'm looking for a fun CTF with some sort of narrative or contextualization to keep me hooked. Anyone know of something like that?
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>>63390450
>I'll look into it in the next days, can't promise anything tho. I'm on 3g so I need a friend to download the ISO, it will take a while.

aye bruh its ok i got it

turns out its a known issue with old versions of php; egypt himself put an update out on the php meterpreter script to ensure the code stops erroring out on old versions. one of the [ wasnt parsing, and throws up an internal error on the target machine. i didnt even think to check logs on the machine i was attacking.

the more you know, i guess.
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>>63412494
microcorruption has a nice story wrapped around their CTF
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>bump
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i have discovered a very large issue with trying to capture handshakes on my neighbours wifi; its the middle of the fucking night and noone is awake. this shitll have to wait i guess..
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>>63414748
>a very large issue
OK, go on then.
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>>63408437
Slept for a couple hours, but here's the desktop. I opted for fluxbox just to get something working - my usual `bspwm` setup can wait. It feels comfy and familiar to be back to using fluxbox after perhaps 6 years of not using it.

>>63411259
Most of the documentation for FreeBSD (which it's based on) can be applied directly to HardenedBSD. The only additional stuff I've had to deal with so far is something called `secadm`, which is a tool for disabling certain security features in certain apps. I.e., Firefox would not start without disabling mprotect and pageexec. I suspect there will be a handful of other GTK tools for which I will need to disable features but so far everything else works.
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bump
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>>63362870
how do i get into this.
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>>63416608
protip: it's in the post, you were quoting
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Here is a snippet of the kind of people that post in this thread:

https://ghostbin.com/paste/hvzpc

Picture is very related.
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>>63417640
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHAAAHHAAAHAHAHA

OH MY FUCKING GOD LITERALLY IMAGINE BEING ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE! AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>63417640
Me on the right with the glasses.

But seriously what the fuck is that? Is that the lainchan IRC channel?

>>63417902
So you're the whale in the middle?
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>>63417640
>that fucking guy on the right who thinks he's cool
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Where can I get the pdf from the oscp course?
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>>63418367
Have you seen this man?
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>>63418390
Maderas, are you around?
There's been word that you've uploaded said course materials - is that correct?
I browsed the archive but haven't been able to locate it
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>>63417640
>we had duvet - boa play after we said our vows

I guess there is something redeeming.
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>>63418008
Yes that is lainchan. The photo must've been taken before the original owner (the one with the darkest complexion in the pic) sold it. The one whose names starts with "Apple" in the logs is the current owner.
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Assume you stumble upon a cache of private corporate data.
How would you go about monetizing it?
How would you approach the competition?
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>>63417640
I've seen some miserable fucking pictures, but this one is definitely up there
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>>63410361
>they don't make multilevel floor apartments for cheap, anon
There are cheap alternatives though, like having the raised section being a data floor. That is handy for all the computers we don't see here.

Most likely the central parts should have been raised if this hints about Japanese influence (slippers near the short stairs).
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I love you guys.
Too bad I'm a filthy insecure pleb
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>>63419263
A fault confessed is half redressed
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>>63418692
Yes, it's from the lainchan IRC server. Appleman1234, the current incompetent owner of the site, had an autistic meltdown after someone ban evaded once or twice in the span of ten minutes and shut the server down because he couldn't handle it. That snippet is from the only channel you could converse in after the restart, because he has a whitelist of channels for maximum "control" of the server...that got wiped when he shut it down or wasn't applied when he brought things back up.

Pic related in is the "man" in question. He lives in Tokyo now, is from Australia, and can't into anything of value.

>didn't change the VPS login information after he bought the site from the last 16 year old owner
>said previous owner wipes the server because he's an edgy retard
>backups were on the same VPS and most were not hosted elsewhere or even on his local storage, which meant months of posts/content were lost on a tiny little imageboard
>this caused the split to jp
>jp was even worse and splintered again due to another incompetent (tranny) admin
>the tranny that split off from jp and formed his own stupid site and who has failed to monetize anything he's tried so hard to is now begging for donations to live (https://a.pomf.space/njyggrmgevse.png)
>all of the 16 year olds that provided content to any of the awful boards/IRC channels are now back under the control of their helicopter parents and in school, so all of these things are more dead than ever
>most of the normies/SJWs have fled to non-free Discord channels and things like Skype to communicate in real time since the IRC's a total cesspool
>wow...this is the power of autism
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>>63419674
>>said previous owner wipes the server because he's an edgy retard
I heard appleman changed the login but actually forgot the password.
the recovery email was sent to the prev. owner...
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>>63419822
That sounds about right. Regardless, he didn't change some basic information on the VPS account which led to the previous retard wiping the server.
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>>63419822
That can't possibly be real? Right..?
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>>63419864
If it sounds too retarded to be true, it probably is true.
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>>63417640
>>63418397
>Wearing TWO pairs of glasses.
Why??
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>>63418390
>>63418477
I have a RAR file that is SUPPOSED to contain the oscp PWK course. I ran rock you.txt since a couple of days on it, no success for the moment.
If you can crack it it's yours.

However I don't think you should focus on this course material, according to the review I think the same info can be found in the various books that have been posted in the last thread (cyb sec bundle that a generous anon gave)
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>>63368417
I've just started trying out Modafinil, seems pretty cyberpunk.
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>>63408882
It looks comfy now, but I'm not sure that living in an apartment that dark is very good for you long term.
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>>63415104
There's NO ACTIVE CLIENTS other than my own fucking gear. There's 8 different routers pumping, and only my three devices. I fucking scanned for twenty minutes.
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>>63418390
Pirate bay.

>>63418477
No, I corrected myself ages threads ago and said he didn't upload it; I was mistaken.
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Living the bunker dream: >>>/diy/1254945
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>>63421251
>mines crypto to heat his bunker
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>>63421290
he posted quite a few times here. cool dude. i hope his endeavor succeeds.
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>>63420963
Modafinil's pretty neat. Some people have varied results, but I use it to help cure hangovers and when I need to get shit done. Can't really get prescribed aderall when you're a 28 year old male and in the UK.

What are you all working on? Going back to some IoT/BLE projects we've had on the backburner too long. And maybe hook up the LCD sign I've been neglecting forever. Need to also find a form of passive income since I've been out of work (voluntarily) for about 6 months and the money's starting to dry up.
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Nice to see this thread is just larpers still
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>>63421962
not just larpers!
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>>63420405

one for reading, one for looking cool
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>>63421215
Here

http://m.thepiratebay.org/torrent/11580689/Offensive+Security+PWK++v1.0.1+%282014%29+PDF
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>>63418774

you have to get a valuation so you don't sell yourself short or overcharge. assess what the data is and how hard it is to get that data then try to estimate the value to a competitor. social engineer some of the competitors and ask how much would X or Y cost to obtain then start from there. opening that conversation is up to you.
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>>63421962
Yep. Except me. I'm legit, you can trust me.

>>63421981
just larpers
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>>63362870
What are your favorite DEFCON talks, /g/?

I need something fun to listen to while doing some CTFs
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>>63422741
i usually listen to powerviolence
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What's a /cyb/ carrying bag I should get for more x230 thinkpad?
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bamp
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>>63423468
What a fucking useless post
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>>63417640
not even surprised
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Can I join your club? I can program, use Linux, collect obselete technologies. I wrote a few articles for Phrack back in the day. I'm in my thirties though and not sure I fit in with what seems like a much younger incrowd.
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>>63424551
Of course, you sound more suited than 90% of the shitposters here
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>>63417640
Is it bad that I've actually met and hung out with one of these very individuals at a cyberpunk con?
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>>63425004
Yes.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=y6tbX2tlqvg
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>>63362870
there's a regular cybersecurity meetup in my city. im genuinely interested. should i go? or is it a scam to try to sell me some advanced coursework?
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>>63425132
Well you are going there primarily to meet interesting people. You are already aware that scams exist so there shouldn't be a problem. Which city?
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Do you guys think any of these courses are good?

https://www.lynda.com/learning-paths/it
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>>63425004
>cyberpunk con
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Just learned I passed the OSCP!
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>>63425953
Congrats anon, how many machines did you pwn in the exam?
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>>63425132
I used to think they were just memes but some people do some interesting things. Large chance that you will meet some socially dysfunctional people though, although that just makes it more fun.

They might also help you career wise.
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>>63425953
Good work mangus. Care to discuss how you studied for it?
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>>63417640
>two happy people and their friends on their special day
>let's make fun of them for looking funny XD
You people are truly pathetic
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>>63427670
Where do you think you are.mpv
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>>63424551

>wrote for phrack
>asking to join 4chins hackerman club

HALLO EFF BEE EYE HOW R U :3
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>>63427670

JEWS DID THIS
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https://www.buzzfeed.com/kevincollier/hacker-hero-is-said-to-have-used-cyber-conferences-to?utm_term=.tuvn2k3qB#.livMzNpOa

Oops!
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>>63428343
>lmatfy
https://archive.fo/tznDN
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>>63411827
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NEW THREAD

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