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 No.5192[Reply]

>go to website
>spend a bit on it
>look at the corner
&ltNot Secure
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 No.5212

>>5192
https everywhere
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 No.5213

>>5212
Also Firefox 76 onwards has an option to replace this. Set dom.security.https_only_mode to true.


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 No.3592[Reply]

So the author quits the invidious project, so what now ?
It seems that other instances https://instances.invidio.us/ will continue
but according to https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24024230 the hole project is being abandoned.

Here's the not from the project author:

>Stepping away from open source

>Published August 1, 2020, tags: invidious

>Starting September 1st, I'm shutting down the user-facing portion of https://invidio.us and stepping away from development. If you have an >account on the site, you can export your data here, which will allow you to import everything to another instance or self-host.


>The API will continue to function until October 1st, to give time for any services relying on it to migrate to other solutions. If you're a patron on Liberapay, I would urge you to switch your donation to iv-org, as that will ensure it goes to the stewards of the project going forward.


>At the time of this writing, the main Invidious instance has roughly 35,000 users. It's difficult for me to even begin to think of those as actual people, and not just a number. At that level, the amount of feedback I receive, which I would consider rather small in comparison to others I've seen, is overwhelming. It's demoralizing not being able to respond to all of it properly. Even more so when I've received something that deserves an involved response, but I haven't had the time to reply, which counter-intuitively means the best comments are least likely to receive any response. To echo antirez: it's crushing not being able to be "there" for people.


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 No.4319

>>4318
how can you be depressed with so many beautiful bunkers everywhere?
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 No.4320

>>4319
Imagine you're homeless. You're living in albania, you have a gun so you're not really worried about self-defence, because hoxha made guns so plentiful. You end up searching for a place to live, and all of a sudden you happen upon a little dome type bunker in the middle of nowhere. It's not being used, so you decide to live inside it. It keeps the rain off you, holds heat, has bugs for you to eat. The spirit of hoxha smiles upon you.
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 No.4333

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>>4318
Nothing, they just have feminist depression.
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 No.4334

>>4317
It's not like it's gone. There are other instances than the main one, and they're listed on the main page.
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 No.5198

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>>4182
beautiful i could kiss you for that


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 No.3052[Reply]

https://forms.gle/3sBQnaFXdv5jhBAa7answer some questions about how you would like the hypothetical open source software to be written.
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 No.3128

File: 1608526097131.pdf (270.29 KB, plan_with_AIT.pdf)

>>553Cockshott's plan, also detailed here in this (PDF), is a bit confusing in the sense that hes using a neural net for something non typical. Neural nets under capitalism are typically used for machine learning tasks like classification, regression etc. Wheras he is using it for a very atypical purpose (tractable solution to an LP problem).
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 No.3129

>>563As far as I can tell, Rocket and Actix-web have mostly the same layout for projects. Rocket just has a few more nice macros. On the other hand, Actix is much faster at the moment due to having async capability. Rocket says they're implementing the capability right now, but it's not there yet.
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 No.5077

>>3055
>Scala
Pain to get working on gentoo.
You must force the java-vm since the gentoo java project doesn't seem to wat to fix problems with the java eclass.
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 No.5112

>>3104
>making polls for just ten people
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 No.5199

>>3128
keep in mind that was in the late 80s/early 90s when machine learning was in its infancy


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 No.5186[Reply]

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/11/body-found-in-canada-identified-as-neo-nazi-spam-king/
>The body of a man found shot inside a burned out vehicle in Canada three years ago has been identified as that of Davis Wolfgang Hawke, a prolific spammer and neo-Nazi who led a failed anti-government march on Washington, D.C. in 1999, according to news reports.
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 No.5187

Interesting, but he died 3 years ago, it seems.


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 No.5121[Reply]

big if true
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 No.5125

>>5124
i hate this timeline
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 No.5135

section 230
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 No.5137

>>5124
I thought this was fake.
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 No.5154

>>5124
fucking hell now all the internet understanders from the nytimes and wapo will be paid with state salaries to call for the banning of anything on the internet outside of the neoliberal mainstream. and who knows, they may come across this albanian rakia lovers forum
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 No.5193

>>5121
Biden will accomplish even less than Obama because, straight out of the gate, Republicans have a majority in the Senate and have increased control in the House. This is, of course, assuming that Trump will be unsuccessful in his bid to overturn the election via legal maneuvering.


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 No.5159[Reply]

Ransomware as a service.
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 No.5166

>>5165
Isn't LineageOS even worse?
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 No.5173

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>tfw those faggy french social theorists were right all along
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 No.5174

>>5173
They always were.
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 No.5178

>>5165
Daniel Micay is legit, but he's very upfront about what he's building: ultimately he is concerned with security and system integrity over privacy.
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 No.5181

>>5178
Yeah exactly, it's a shame I'd rather have privacy over security since I hardly ever use my phone anyway.


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 No.1663[Reply]

Oh god
oh fuck

I'm retarded.

I've never been tech-savvy, just a pleb consoomer and user, never digging deeper than what was on surface level.

But it seems to be, based on what I've been hearing for the past two years, that those who don't have a workable knowledge of it will simply be considered the illiterate of the 21st century.

What bare bones basic, and I'm talking like Primary School shit I'm just that dense, level stuff should I learn?

So far I've got:
- Linux (no fucking clue how I'm going to learn it)
- Python (seems accessible and is used in some GAN AIs which I find interesting, so kinda motivating)
- Ruby (it's easier Python, is it really worth it then?)
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 No.3295

>>3248
>>3277
These are pretty complex
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 No.5111

With what's happening, time for update?
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 No.5117

>>1675
anything but this. Get good at C everything follows from there.
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 No.5118

>>5117
Like you would seriously get more out of the god damn dragon compiler book than go down the LISP path.
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 No.5167

>>1677
yeah, this, division of labour is still a thing so who cares if you can code or not

>>1663
start with a simple language like html and work your way up to low level languages as long term goal, also learn various things like architecture, cryptography, sorting algorithms, networks etc. on your way

> - Ruby (it's easier Python, is it really worth it then?)

ruby is dying since rails decreased in popularity, python has become a staple over the years (take it with a grain of salt i havent done anything cs related in a decade)


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 No.5126[Reply]

Pic related has become normalized over the last four years. Big Tech has far too much meddling power in politics and as long as its for bad orange man no one bats an eye. If the Biden-Harris administration is smart they will immediately seek to break up Google and Twitter as their power increasingly threatens the federal government. I really hope the 20s see a return to the decentralized web instead of almost all internet traffic being owned by 3 companies.
The FSFs fight against DRM in web content is essentially the same fight.
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 No.5141

I remember some retard on the main board (lots of retards there now that I think about it) larping and applying the logic of owning the means of production to Big Tech. Like, literally taking over their platforms somehow as a response to others talking about decentralized non-botnet alternatives to mainstream social media platforms. Fucking lol.

Anyway, yeah, social media has always been cancer but holy fuck is it getting bad these days. Have you noticed they've also started adding warnings to accounts on twitter/youtube that belong or are associated with Russia/China at all?
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 No.5143

>>5141
LOL can you post a screen or link?
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 No.5144

nevermind, i think ive seen it already on youtube, they use warnings under all kinds of conspiracy shit like the illuminati or flat earth lmao


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 No.5127[Reply]

https://gitlab.com/fuck-capitalism/spotifykeydumper

now that we know how to extract AES key that encrypts the audio stream, we are one python script away from spotify-dling all those musics
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 No.5128

comrades get in here!
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 No.5129

Hooks.cpp relies on hardcoded addresses for the hooked functions. Still very cool.
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 No.5130

Interesting I guess but there's nothing worth stealing on sporify that you couldn't get from somewhere else easier
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 No.5136

>Hooks.cpp
>// key is encoded with some sort of algorithm; decode it here
Here's what happens. A 64-bit key is present as two u32 values: key0 -> keyPtr and key1 -> uVar3. This encodes the real key which has four u32 values. For decoding the current position starts at 3 and cycles to 0 four times, this is keyDecoded[index & 3]. The value to the left of the current position with wrapping is uVar1. At each step a delta is computed from the left value, the step/index and the two key values, and this delta is used to update the current value:

current = current + delta

The delta in Hooks.cpp is:

(((((uVar1 + index + keyPtr & uVar1 * 16 + uVar3) * 2 + uVar1 * -17) - index) - uVar3) - keyPtr)

which can be reorganized as:

(((left + index + key0) & ((left &lt&lt 4) + key1)) &lt&lt 1) - (left + index + key0 + (left &lt&lt 4) + key1)

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 No.2162[Reply]

Just building a semi-cheap PC to replace my old one I built 3 years ago, it's not really meant to be a brand new state-of-the-art computer but just one that's supposed to have the same power as my old one but that runs better. Also yes I'm using Intel because my past 4 computers have used Ryzen or AMD and milage has varied, intel is shit but at least it's shit that won't turn into a nuke like my AMD did(it was their very first 8-core) and also I'm trying to skimp on money so while expensive and probably not the best performance I at least know it won't require a fucking swimming pool for a cooling unit. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8W2Gq3
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 No.5056

>>5047
Noctua D15 is better than 99% of "liquid coolers" and cheaper in most cases. Unless you're into extreme overclocking you don't need liquid coolers and Noctua's, they're noisy they leak and breaking down will shortcircuit the motherboard.
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 No.5057

>>5056
>they're noisy
&ltLiquid
excuse me?
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 No.5138

Should I go for the Corsair H100i or MasterLiquid 360 for my 3900x? I've heard good things about the H100i but apparently the 3900x has offset heat distribution from the centre of the chip to combat heating on its own and the H100i is designed to dissipate the heat from the centre where it's supposed to be concentrated so it kinda works against Ryzen's design and as a result most people use the Masterliquid with 3900x. So which one should I go for? Or should I go for another liquid cooler entirely? Also yes I'd like to stay with liquid coolers even if I can get an air cooled one with comparable stats.
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 No.5139

>>5057
Liquid cooling makes more noise than shit like Noctua lol while also being more expensive and a hassle to install.

If you aren't using an overclocked (not like overclocking makes much sense these days either) housefire like modern Intel shit or pre-Zen 2 AMD then a moderately expensive air cooler will be more than enough and more silent if you set up fan curves.

>>5138
Holy fuck I looked up the prices of that garbage you mentioned, just get a Noctua or a bequiet (though at the risk of sounding like a shill I like Noctua more, also comes with a lifetime warranty). Oh yeah, and don't fall for the liquid cooling gayming shit.
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 No.5140

>>5138
>>5139
I should mention I'm currently using an FX AMD housefire with a Noctua NH-U12S, not even the NH-D15 which is the best cooler in their lineup, coupled with two shitty cheap fans and temps never go into dangerous territory.

After some quick googling it seems a NH-D15 or a DRP4 should be more than enough for a 3900x, even when overclocked.


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