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 No.16456[Reply]

You should be allowed to install and use whatever programs you want if you know more than your works IT department. What I’m saying is I’m turning my office computer into a seedbox.
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 No.16490

>>16463
I've found so much stuff on soulseek that i couldn't find anywhere else

 No.16663

Under infosocialism everyone will own multi petabyte hard drives specifically for uploading and downloading open source media.

Not seeding your torrents will get you struggle sessioned.

 No.16664

>>16463
>>16490
how do i get started with soulseek, is it more complicated than private groups and qbittorent

 No.16675

>>16664
just install nicotine+ on loonix and youre set
search around for users with good standing and read their about me in case they set rules for downloading stuff

 No.16676

>>16490
Such as?



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 No.16669[Reply]

So has anybody looked into Locutus, it's a decentralized network made by the creator of freenet
introduction video: https://invidious.sethforprivacy.com/watch?v=d31jmv5Tx5k
https://github.com/freenet/locutus
https://freenet.org/

it's supposed to be
decentralized client-side peer to peer platform that other applications can be build on top off
can do distributed real time data base and distributed computation
build in rust, web assembly and react
user interface through the web browers
very hard to censor,
very robust against ddos,
not anonymous by default but compatible with additional anonymizing layers
much improved routing for greater efficiency and scalability (I have to admit i didn't entirely understand the metaphors that explain how they improved the routing)
it also has a reputation system

 No.16670

Is there an idiot proof gui implementation?

 No.16672

>>16670
>Is there an idiot proof gui implementation?
I don't really know, i think you have to install the locutus software that runs as a background service and then everything else is done via the browser.
I suppose you can say that's a gui implementation.

I don't know how idiot proof it will be, this is brand spanking new, i would say pre-alpha software.
At the moment you have to download and compile the source code from github if you want to play with it

 No.16673

>>16670

if they want to filter you, and they might initially, then probably not.



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 No.16590[Reply]

You ever notice no serious panels or commentary on climate justice would include Shell execs but it's typical to see people from Google and Facebook speak on AI, content moderation, “building a better internet,” etc.

 No.16592

It's too hard for people to understand, most normies think Google and Facebook engineered the internet.

 No.16661

I also dislike overestimating the capabilities of these corporations and the press always taking them at their word about their achievements.



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 No.16643[Reply]

Time Travel isn't possib–


 No.16383[Reply]

On the eve of the election for president of Brazil, the Army simulated a cyber war against a group of "proletarian ideals".
Organized by the Army's Cyber ​​Defense Command, the Cyber ​​Guard 4.0 military exercise created a fictional war scenario in which participants had to fight a political organization called "Ideal Proletário Pantaneiro", identified by the acronym IPP.
The activity, according to the Brasil de Fato portal, was the starting point for the Brazilian Army's activities to guarantee the fairness of the campaign and the October elections.
In the imaginary geopolitical context of the Brazilian Army, the regime with "proletarian" ideals demands from its opponents the "demarcation of reserves" that would originally belong to its territory.
According to the narrative, the lack of recognition of this "alleged historical right" caused the IPP to militarily occupy the disputed region.
Minister of the STF, Luiz Edson Fachin, during a plenary session in Brasília
The military onslaught of the "proletarians", according to the exercise, "led the Security Council of the UN [United Nations Organization] to end diplomatic negotiations and to approve a resolution that foresees a military intervention", commanded by a "multinational military force with the aim of defeating the paramilitary group IPP".
The scenario created by the Brazilian military is part of the fourth edition of Guardião Cibernético, held annually by the Army. The event, which brings together government agencies and companies such as Cisco, Claro and Kryptus, took place between the 16th and 19th.
The simulated war environment, with references to left-wing ideas as "enemies", was conceived by the Ministry of Defense for another exercise, Operation Meridiano, a joint simulation of the Army, Navy and Air Force that took place in Pará in October 2021. .
It is worth remembering that the Army's Cyber ​​Defense Command was represented by General Heber Portella in a commission created by the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) to oversee the October elections.

https://sputniknewsbrasil.com.br/20220822/exercito-brasileiro-simula-guerra-cibernetica-contra-grupo-de-ideal-proletario-24335666.html

 No.16385

Cyber pandemic here we come!

 No.16387

I'm sure this is the least fascist the brazilian army can get.

 No.16389

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> Brazilian Army

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/apr/07/brazil-military-posed-as-ngos-on-social-media-to-play-down-deforestation
> Brazil military ‘posed as NGOs on social media’ to play down deforestation
> Facebook owner Meta removes network from social media in move which could damage President Jair Bolsonaro
> ‘They created Pages that posed as fictitious NGOs and activists focused on environmental issues in the Amazonas region,’ the Meta report said. Photograph: Mauro Pimentel/AFP/Getty Images
> Thu 7 Apr 2022 18.23 BST

 No.16635

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2022/09/06/january-6th-all-over-again-facebook-accused-fueling-bolsonaros-coup-mongering
> 'January 6th All Over Again': Facebook Accused of Fueling Bolsonaro's Coup-Mongering
> "Meta is actively helping mobilize an online army in Brazil that's peddling conspiracy theories about the integrity of the election and threatening a violent coup," said one campaigner.
> September 6, 2022

""" Trailing badly in the polls with the presidential election less than a month away, far-right Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro is attempting to galvanize his supporters with incendiary rhetoric and lies about the integrity of the vote—and Facebook is supplying him with a megaphone to do so.

That's according to a new report released Monday by SumOfUs, a global group that's been tracking Facebook's failure https://www.commondreams.org/news/2022/08/15/facebook-appallingly-failed-detect-election-misinformation-brazil-says-democracy to combat blatant disinformation on its platform ahead of Brazil's closely watched October 2 presidential election.

The report finds that Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp—each owned by Meta—"are being used by Bolsonaro and his allies to push election lies and grow Brazil's own 'Stop the Steal' movement," a reference to former U.S. President Donald Trump's effort to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential contest. """



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 No.12051[Reply]

All of their phones are overpriced fucking garbage and always have been. The products that aren’t phones can still be considered as useful as literal e waste and only exist so petit bourgeoisie can float about their Shri no one cares about in public like the rats they’re, no one gives a shit about AirPods watches fucking whatever they hell they call computer stands in the slightest and they improve nothing about electronic hardware. All of their products wear out in a year at best and god forbid you don’t have protection for any smartphone/Mac you have for those things because they will break instantaneously(reminder these rats will prohibit you from being allowed to fix your phone from private repairmen) and all of apples products might as well require you to file out your entire life’s story worth of info to use or download because that company couldn’t give less of a shit about how much info they collect on their customers and exist as a vassale of the American government. I wish it was just apple that was a noninnovative vapourware tech corporation but unfortunately the entire western big tech industry thrives on hype and stolen ideas and hasn’t pumped out anything innovative in over 60 years except for the might as well be dead corporations that are IBM and Intel that only make me moderately dislike capitalism less because they actually have humanity something that wasn’t complete and total utter fucking nonsense
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 No.12680

>>12665
i recently gave my dad my old oneplus 5t as a replacement phone for a galaxy with a dead screen, it's almost 5 years old and is still going strong.

 No.14388

With the new Apple Studio needing to be connected to another Mac to initialize a new SSD module, I am perplexed by one thing. How come IBM got rightfully wrecked doing its blatant vendor lock-in with the PS/2 yet Apple never gets burned for its bullshit?

 No.14389

>>12679
where tf have I heard this exact sentence from b4? also lol

 No.14555

>>12679
It's $1300 for a quad core lmao actually seemed on the cheap side for a thin ultra book. I'd have to see a side by side with a Lenovo X1

 No.16619

This is what he said rn at the new apple event about cross platform messaging and RCS

>https://twitter.com/reckless/status/1567713870848086016?s=46&t=dctr1HnOCY3OGz3fCHo_EA


What a fucking porky, I'm happy that the EU is forcing them to do a bunch o' shit

Rare good things



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 No.16514[Reply]

how can one find hidden boards in alt-chans? brute forcing is simply not a good option.
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 No.16602

>>16600
Unless unless it shows up on a search engine somewhere

Most search engines allow you to append site:foo.bar.com to your search to limit the search to one website

You might get lucky

 No.16614

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>>16519
Might as well answer this: no. However the old server did have /assembly/ where we voted on proposals. It's actually still up.

 No.16615

>>16601
People said dictionary attack, and sure while a dictionary attack inherently has possible answers that aren't checked, many imageboard might have a /j/ or /z/ or /test/.
Additionally, like you said in >>16602 , it could be publicly indexed. I found a secret press login subdomain for a television channel through shodan.

>>16588
This, it's how most people find /dead/. THIS THREAD IS PROBABLY HOW PEOPLE ARE FINDING /DEAD/.

>>16589
This.

 No.16616

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>>16615
>>16614
thanks developer anon

 No.16618

>>16591
>Compare with army recruitment shills pushing the term for the horrible crime of rape to mean "winning/defeating" in every venue in which teenage permalosers naturally gather, to make it clear to even the dumbest permaloser that the reward for signing up is victory rape
This is a thing?



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 No.13496[Reply]

Why haven't militaries invented robotic mech suits yet, despite featuring so prominently in science fiction?
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 No.16371

>>16245
If it makes economic sense to mass produce something like a scopedog it also makes economic sense to produce a wheeled or tracked vehicle with better armor and better armament than a bipedal powered armor. A vehicle would have a smaller area to armor means more protection can be applied for the same weight. Wheels or tracks are easier to build than walking legs so a less powerful engine can be used while ensuring the vehicle has the same or even faster speed compared to a mech. Vehicles have better weight distribution compared to an upright mech meaning larger armaments can be mounted on the vehicle and the firing platform will be more stable too.

 No.16373

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>>16371
Okay but to be fair usually in Japanese mecha stories they are designed primary as a space weapon that can be used on the ground and a conventional tank doing combat in space seems more silly where mecha limbs means they can better direct fire in space while having a means to land on colonies. Also there are more then bipedal mechs, 4 and 6 leg mechs are a thing in anime and manga that are specifically designed to fight just on the ground rather then able to fight both in space and on the ground.

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 No.16429

>>13578
But I.
Am already saved…

 No.16612

Robots can move in ways that would break human bodies?
Return on investment with upkeep?



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 No.16138[Reply]

What are some cheap amd b550 motherboards with wi-fi and the ability to recovery flashback bios?

I was initially going to buy this ASrock phantom gaming 4/ac but it doesn't have flashback
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 No.16497

>>16496
Yes more ram is the cheapest future proofing of the rig

You can even start with 1 16gig stick of ram then buy a second later

 No.16585

>>16497
why does ram future proof?
is it like android where apps keeps using more and more storage

that pc apps in the future will use more and more ram?

 No.16598

What's the best, cheap web-cam to buy for E-SEX at hi-def

 No.16599


 No.16603

>>16585
Good for running more VMs in Qubes.



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 No.16462[Reply]

just wanted to share this

 No.16586

"bro sometimes people are fake…" deep

 No.16587

>>16462
> jerry mander
What an unfortunate name.



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