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 No.7993[Reply]

Exploiting vulnerabilities in Cellebrite UFED and Physical Analyzer from an app's perspective
https://signal.org/blog/cellebrite-vulnerabilities/
MOXIE POST BINARIES OR STFU LIBERAL


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 No.7955[Reply]

This is exactly the kind of "solutions" I expect from Silicon Valley's greatest minds.
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 No.7963

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>micro-level algorithmic management of worker's bodies.
Taylorism but cringier
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 No.7964

>>7963
the guillotine is too good for bezos.
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 No.7968

I feel bad for Amazon employees and Americans in general.
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 No.7970

>>7955
Marx's chapter on machines never considered the full body workouts of amazon im extremely skeptical this is even possible, the work in a warehouse isn't exactly circuit training
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 No.7971

99 % of this banal idea is already implemented in Germany due to initiative from the workers. The idea is older than Amazon and depending on the resolution of your model, you might be able to do this with pencil and paper. Within the warehouse, there are tasks where you run around a lot and tasks where you don't walk much and use your arms instead. Your working hours get split between these task types. Within the type, you can differentiate more: Some tasks require heavy lifting (unloading the boxes from the trucks), some tasks require more nimble moves (pulling things out of the boxes); and there's also symmetry to consider: At some receive stations you pull the boxes from the conveyor belt to your left and put the contents on something to your right, on some stations it's the other way around; you should do both. Likewise the symmetry thing exists with pulling things from carts and putting them into boxes to send to customers. And the tasks that have you run around a lot differ in how much of that is climbing stairs.

I'm certain people had that idea (and acted on it) already a century ago. No need to suck Bezos' cock for that "innovation" or to become a hysterical luddite over that.


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 No.7734[Reply]

Signal decided to include a payment mechanism in their app based on some obscure cryptocoin which is located in the British virgin islands, a known tax heaven.

Them hiding their server commits for over a year sure makes sense now
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 No.7809

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>>7761
Imagine shilling telegram.
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 No.7821

It's a matter of which glowies are preferred, the choice of chat apps and ilk, so best stick to the old technology that works or what others in this thread already said.
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 No.7826

Just use XMPP for chatting with people directly and Matrix for group chats. XMPP is proven and reliable and completely open.
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 No.7853

>>7761
lol ahahahahahhahahahhahaha
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 No.7947

>>7806
use session


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 No.7899[Reply]

>GPL
>contributing back is a prerequisite of distributing binaries
>using a license that perpetuates the developer/user distinction
>not writing a license where contributing to the codebase is a prerequisite of using the software
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 No.7905

>contributing back is a prerequisite of distributing binaries
This is not true, you have to provide the source code to the users of the binaries, but you don't have to send your changes upstream or make them public.
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 No.7908

>>7900
why the fuck are you writing 32 bit?
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 No.7921

>>7908
you noticed the assembler code is 32bit but you didn't notice the shellscript has the hashbang front to back ?
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 No.7922

>>7921
i used to work in the embedded space - my eyes are biased 「(゚ペ)
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 No.7933

>chink fetishist
>being a dumbfuck
Checks out.


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 No.7262[Reply]

I’m installing linux for the first time, what distro should I use? I’m fine with it taking hours to set up, as long as it’s free. I ain’t paying for that shit. I was leaning towards gentoo but what do you guys think?
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 No.7565

>>7564
Why did you suggest Debian twice?
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 No.7566

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 No.7865

>>7262
Hannah Montana Linux
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 No.7888

If you actually want to learn Linux, go for Gentoo or at least arch, and do as much through terminal as possible. I recommend a tiling window manager. They're honestly the absolute shit once you get used to them.
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 No.7910

Linux From Scratch


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 No.7850[Reply]

Know some good shit on Tor? Let us know. Whether it be substitutes for clearnet services, or just the .onion domain for whatever, or just something cool.

What I found:
>privacytools.io site
privacy2zbidut4m4jyj3ksdqidzkw3uoip2vhvhbvwxbqux5xy5obyd.onion
>Invidious (YouTube front-end)
http://grwp24hodrefzvjjuccrkw3mjq4tzhaaq32amf33dzpmuxe7ilepcmad.onion/
(Clearnet version: https://vid.puffyan.us/ )
Requires enabling certain scripts to work unfortunately. You can sign up and make a list of subscriptions though.
>Nitter (Twitter front-end)
http://3nzoldnxplag42gqjs23xvghtzf6t6yzssrtytnntc6ppc7xxuoneoad.onion/
>/leftypol/ (/leftypol/)
http://wz6bnwwtwckltvkvji6vvgmjrfspr3lstz66rusvtczhsgvwdcixgbyd.onion/leftypol/catalog.html

Some things I was interested in hearing about:
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 No.7856

http://cct5wy6mzgmft24xzw6zeaf55aaqmo6324gjlsghdhbiw5gdaaf4pkad.onion/

Hidden service for snopyta.org
Basically an index of their services, and about half of them have a hidden service through Tor. I prefer the Invidious instance I linked before, but theirs probably works just as well if not better if you don't want to sign up for an account to keep a subscriptions list. The Invidious instance I linked before had registration while Snopyta's didn't when I checked.
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 No.7882



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 No.564[Reply]

Recent events have once again highlighted the necessity of a truly communal, self-governed anonymous discussion forum. This thread is for the development of new forms of decentralized anonymous image boards.

The problem in need of a solution is this: [b]How can we develop a forum that genuinely empowers its community and allows them to resist censorship?[/b]

One recent attempt is NNTPChan/Overchan. NNTPChan is a decentralized imageboard that uses the NNTP protocol (network-news transfer protocol) to synchronize content between many different servers. It utilizes cryptographically-signed posts to perform optional/opt-in decentralized moderation. I'm still rather confused on how moderation works there myself.

This seems like a great idea, by distributing a forum across a collection of servers one can resist the disruption of any single server. When 8ch was shutdown by its DDoS provider, however, its community didn't find the motivation to learn from this and migrate to a censorship-resistance platform. Instead its subcommunities were scattered to the winds, the ones that survived coalescing back on a number of individual websites using the classical top-down server-owner structure, with all the authority and alienation from its userbase that it necessarily contains. What lessons can be learned from this? Is there more that can be done?
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 No.2750

>>2745
it works fine :(
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 No.2751

>>2750
Scuttlebutt or RetroShare?
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 No.2752

>>2750
None of your friends have a slightly different version, then.
Every time I've tried to use it, the other people are on different distros or platforms where the version is a little newer or older and they are incompatible.
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 No.2764

>>2752
ah thats fucked, never knew that was an issue
thanks for letting me know
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 No.7881

>>564
how does it resist spam?


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 No.39[Reply]

Is protonmail a honeypot?
>Trying to sign up on .onion links back to .com
>Can't sign up with vpn
>Only accepts crypto after you've signed up

There's absolutely no reason for not allowing sign-ups with vpns/TOR and activating the accounts after the payment has gone through
Do there exist any alternatives that aren't glowies?
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 No.5629

Protonmail is hosted in Israel.
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 No.5654

>>Can't sign up with vpn
I did. Multiple times. Get a good one.
Plus you can sign up on Tor if you don't mind a small delay emailing their anti-spam department.
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 No.5655

>>4981
Literally! I can't even post here!
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 No.7876

>>39
kek had that same experience OP, see: >>7850
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 No.7877

>Can't sign up with vpn
>implying


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 No.5778[Reply]

Land of the free.
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 No.5911

>>5781
yes, Luke Smith
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 No.5912

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>>5851
>the tech support guy would call me every month I went over the limit and demand that I stop downloading.
Holy shit imagine being such a cuck that you can't even throttle your customer and have to ask him to stop.
>N-NO! You can't just torrent all of Big Busta's Gozongas vol. 4-23!!!
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 No.7872

>>5851
>>5912
Fucking kek
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 No.7873

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>>5912
lmao
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 No.7875

>>5778
I was baffled when I learned americunts get data caps. Our standard, basic net subscription is like 30 buck a month for unlimited data and the highest bandwidth installed in your area.


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 No.5079[Reply]

I'll start with a pretty obvious one.

It's pretty good, don't let the hundreds of unfunny and unoriginal edits of anime girls holding it make you think it's just a "meme".
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 No.5189

>>5098
Thanks. I hadn't read them, good to know I'm not missing much.
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 No.5680

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Carmack became lame but DooM is still GOAT.
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 No.5754

I wish there was a NON-MEME book about Terry Davis and TempleOS.
Guy was legitimately badass past the glow-in-the-dark niggers funno.
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 No.5759

>>5754
don't let glowies defile the legacy of Terry. Read his code & doc yourself. It's literate programming at its near full potential sans 64bit assembly arcanery that I still do not understand .

One could make great operating systems course out of it
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 No.7874

>>5091
Library Genesis


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