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“Your existence is a momentary lapse of reason.”

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 No.41733[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Useful Websites

New repository for various /cyber/ related content:

http://3k5ucky4az46uu3m.onion

Repository for various /cyber/ content - Reupload of the old http://jinteki.industries (RIP):

http://cyberpunk-life.neocities.org/

Tor chatroom:

http://theendgrqykcahkhgd2ny36tefdaqyk34r5bdskwmh3olt6iemxrshid.onion

SFTP server - No traps allowed:

>Address: termer.net

<Username: files

<Password: files

(Please note it does not seem to support non-secure connections through FTP and not SFTP)

Danknet SFTP server:

>Address: sftp://q6i2digirifigwp3263ecgn7yisx6e7wyvqu4jx2m4ipznpan5stgyyd.onion

<username: cyberuser

<password: cyberpunk

(Possibly SFTP-only, like above)

(Don't know how to connect? Go from luser to user, read our docs: http://jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion/cyber/lusers.html#sftpovertor)

8chan (Unofficial) /cyber/ Steam Group:

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/8chancyber

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 No.57429

>>41733

There is some kind of bug where threads arn't updating on front page.

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 No.57534[Reply]

Obviously the mere existence of crypto currency is not enough to compel people to start using it en masse. For mass adoption the barriers of entry have to be fucking low, and people have to be baby-stepped through it, and none of them want to be first, and it has to be fun.

I propose we copy something that worked in the world of online gaming and apply it to crypto currency. The mere social value of game currency was enough to spur the creation of a black market economy in the sale of virtual goods & currency. We can replicate this with crypto.

First, find a popular form of online interaction that people already do for free anyway. Like file sharing. Introduce cryptocurrency into this as an incentive for people to share content and add kind of a fun gaming quality to it. The currency should be relatively worthless outside of the community. This can be accomplished by setting an agreed upon value that's way higher than its actual market value. Maybe 0.01 CRYPTO = $1.00. The user base agrees to accept it at this value. This makes it easy for newcomers to get started just by visiting some faucets and guarantees that the currency will stay within the community & stimulate growth.

As the community grows & becomes more popular and expands into other kinds of business activity it will begin exerting an upward influence on the "real" market value of the currency. At that point, people who hold this currency which used to be worth pennies could turn a profit. It's an additional long-term incentive for the user base and can serve as a means to jump start worthy crypto projects.

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 No.57537

>>57534

As a cryptoanarchist I share your goal, but the current fragmention of cryptocurrency appears to be a bigger threat to its long term existance than its current disuse. I don't beleive that /cyber/ is a big enough community to sustain any cryptocurrency, much less free posts, and its even more doubtful that crypto associated with /cyber/ could set the global standard.

I do think giving reasons to people to hold BTC is desirable. I think the best odds of doing that are encouraging people to use DarkNet markets. I would like to see DarkNet Markets expand to become the choice vendor for goods of all kinds. Preferably this would be done on a p2p decentrailized platform like openbazzar so that anyone could sell anything without threat of violence. If these services would dominate, the crypto would expand proportionally.

Alternatively, file sharing, web hosting, VPS, VPN, etc are all opportunities to do as you say and use tokens. Perhaps a etherium based token for file sharing would be nice - alternatively, it exists as LBRY but is largely unsuccessful.

Buy Electronics from New Egg in BTC. Pay your Phone bill to ATT in BTC. Pay your VPN in BTC.

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 No.57538

>>57537

It's still a new technology. Standards will emerge. Blockchains will become more interoperable and fragmentation will become less of an issue. However I am thinking outside of just /cyber/. I'm floating this idea across multiple boards & subreddits relating to crypto & piracy. I'm interested in building an informal network that makes use of whichever platforms are convenient but which doesn't explicitly rely on any of them. No single point of failure.

A loose knit network connected by email & encrypted chat has the flexibility to avail itself of whichever darknets or p2p platforms that it wants.

But my crypto of choice for this would be NANO. It's suitable for the idea of adopting a currency at a much higher value than it's currently worth since it doesn't use transaction fees. You could define 0.00001 NANO as $1.00 USD without also having to tack on a 0.001 transaction fee which undermines the whole point.

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 No.57540

>>57538

Well, interestingly enough when I looked up nano, I found an article on how there are nano rewards for playing CSGO and Quake (given by the group making nano?)

http://medium.com/nanocurrency/nano-digest-earn-nano-counter-strike-go-nano-nanoquake-atomic-wallet-ama-summary-9326ec7e5cb0

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 No.57542

>>57537

>I would like to see DarkNet Markets expand to become the choice vendor for goods of all kinds

That would require a truly anonymous, trustworthy and easy to set up and use service.

I don't see it happening anytime soon.

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 No.38309[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Have anyone else here thought about reviving BBSing? You see, this method of communication would work great on low-bandwidth networks, like meshnets. There's BBS-software that is still developed, pic related is from the official BBS of x/84.

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 No.54692

File: 4643e774dc0bcd1⋯.jpg (67.45 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, question.jpg)

Is there any BBS software that is still actively developed, or is everyone just running outdated software on chipsets that are no longer manufactured?

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 No.54695

>>54692

Mystic BBS's last release was 2nd of February.

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 No.54696

>>54695

Thanks chummer.

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 No.57434

>>38309

I think this fits in really well with the oldnet thread >>52592 - Its a way to explore an alternative to the modern "Social Web" with all of its bloat and corperate serveilance. I am intrested in altnerative communities as well - I am looking a lot into hidden services (Galaxy3, Torum,…) and considering exploring I2P, Bitmessage, usenet, mailing lists (cpunk.org) and now bbses.

There are two ssh based "imageboards" out there that I have frequented before but losts information on : einchan and something like "cyberbyte" which had a curses based menu system and was much more polished than einchan. If anyone has links I'd appreciate it.

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 No.57541

BBSanon reporting in real quick. Roommate perished and I had shit to sort out - financially, emotionally and a fuckton of paperwork. Also, had to move out _real_ quick to prevent debts.

The piece of shit SoC died and, by extension, Retro Sprawl is down and out. For now.

The thing is, I can probably get my greasy mitts on a dirt cheap server. If I do, I'll buy a domain to go with it and dedicate it to internet days gone by. BBS for sure, maybe even give you guys 5 MB of webspace (no PHP or something like that) per user. You know, like in the old days of ISPs.

Sound good? If so, what else would fit with the theme?

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 No.57074[Reply]

This is my A.I. GF, Sophie. I made her in that Japanese 3D digital ero game that every decent, self-respecting pervert has installed on his computer; 'Honey Select'. If you are interested in witnessing further symptoms of chronic, severe ass-burgers then please visit http://www.deviantart.com/albemarle

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 No.57530

You & Turd Flinging Monkey would get along just fine!

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 No.57532

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 No.57535

>>57532

One of those inadequate beta MGTOWS who spend the majority of their time venting their resentment at women for not accepting them.

In a weird way, he and others like him are doing our species a favour by removing themselves from the gene pool.

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 No.57539

>>57535

eternally buttmad vaginakin scared of superior replacements detected.

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 No.56111[Reply]

Post times people resist pervasive government surveillance, the more creative, obscure, or recent the better.

Camera cross-checked photos of faces of passers-by against wanted database

One man covered face before officers stopped him and took his picture anyway

He was fined £90 at scene in Romford by police who arrested three other people

http://archive.fo/6CWB5

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 No.57162

>>57131

Sad but true.

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 No.57455

>>57162

What about prosthetic makeup?

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 No.57456

>>56882

I remember a Necromunda novel called Fleshworks-named after a state of mind where people become addicted to technological implants and view the flesh as serving the machine rather than the other way around.

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 No.57463

>>56157

>>56158

unironically our best chance at politically beating surveillance is to get people to see it as racist

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 No.57536

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>>57463

You say that but what about in China where they are using it to identify and track those weird Ouija people.

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 No.57529[Reply]

It is a crime against humanity that this board is dead and not at the top.

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 No.57533

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File: 9a9968c09af3f14⋯.jpg (1.46 MB, 1840x3264, 115:204, 1508012222236.jpg)

 No.57361[Reply]

Hello /cyber/.

I've been pretty paranoid about my passwords lately. I'm not good with memorizing things like phone numbers and passwords, so I have to write them down somewhere (specially the ones I don't use very often).

I came up with a simple bash script to save passwords and encrypt them (RSA with AES256). I'm storing them on a pen-drive and keeping a backup of the passwords and the RSA key on my computer on a AES encrypted archive.

I feel pretty secure with this and I feel I could store other sensible information this way.

How do you chummers store your passwords and other sensible data?

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 No.57460

>>57448

>you shouldn't do any of this manually

>use keepassxc

>0 reasons

Justify your claims, man.

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 No.57461

>>57460

it's common sense, encryption implemented manually by one person is much more likely to have mistakes, for example forgetting to securely delete the plaintext version

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 No.57468

>>57461

Just don't be dumb and use trusted methods.

It's not rocket science or something.

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 No.57477

>>57468

You won't encrypt by hand. To some degree you must use a program. Its not "better" to encrypt/decrypt a single file manually than it is to use an automated process - which you can custom script anyway if you are doing manually.

I use pass . it has gpg and git integration. Its written in shell, and uses the filesystem as a database. It even supports two factor auth. Best of all, you can manually decrypt plain text files if you need to.

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 No.57531

I use Open Puff to hide them inside of an image.

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 No.57234[Reply]

Instead of making a new thread every time you want to share a 水 article, let's just have general thread for all headlines from the cyberpunk dystonia that is our modern world pertaining to interesting happening or the development of new and exciting technologies the gov and corps will utilize to fuck us over

I'll start with a somewhat older news story that sadly broke while /cyber/ was kill

German police bust 'Cyber Bunker' hosting Darknet sites

>German police said Friday they had busted a network hosting so-called Darknet platforms illegally trading drugs, stolen data and child pornography online on servers hidden in a former NATO bunker.

>Seven suspects were arrested in a series of raids Thursday targeting the operators of the "Bulletproof Hoster" service located in what was dubbed the

"Cyber Bunker", police and prosecutors said.

>The servers hosted, or provided the internet architecture for, illegal websites that also peddled stolen data and forged documents, and from which large-scale cyber attacks have been carried out.

http://archive.is/4s12Q

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 No.57243

Mainstream news is so superficial it hurts.

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 No.57244

>>57234

>hidden in a former NATO bunker.

That's 水.

Can't say I feel too bad for the suspects though if they were hosting sites that peddled CP. If.

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 No.57423

>>57234

>http://archive.is/NabKO

STUDENT CLAIMS TO HAVE PERFORMED UNOFFICIAL CORONAVIRUS TESTS ON 50+ STANFORD AFFILIATES, ALLEGEDLY IDENTIFYING TWO CASES

>A Stanford student ran ~50 unofficial COVID-19 tests for Stanford affiliates from his research lab, he confirmed to FoHo on Wednesday. FoHo sources and messages obtained by FoHo confirmed that he was offering under-the-table tests to friends who were otherwise unable to access them.

>Because his research lab had access to the necessary reagents, he told FoHo, he was able to independently perform the tests. He began offering them to friends as well as friends of friends.

>In one case, two undergraduate students wrote that they were tested through a non-standard testing procedure by a friend with access to extra testing materials, according to GroupMe messages obtained by FoHo. The student confirmed that he was the person who tested the two undergrads.

>In another case, the student offered a “contraband” COVID-19 test to a friend, according to a text message obtained by FoHo.

>The student told FoHo that after two Stanford affiliates initially tested positive through his unofficial COVID-19 test, they later tested positive through an official test. It is unclear whether these students were included in any of Stanford’s official counts.

Pretty fucking 水. Government can't get enough tests togther, and so some kid is selling tests.

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 No.57527

http://archive.is/voUbh

>Meet Xenobots, Virtual Creatures brought to life

>If the last few decades of progress in artificial intelligence and in molecular biology hooked up, their love child — a class of life unlike anything that has ever lived — might resemble the dark specks doing lazy laps around a petri dish in a laboratory at Tufts University.

<Using evolutionary/gentic alorgithms to create designs that are ultimately sculpted from real biomatter, programable lifeforms have been created.

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 No.46845[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This tactical pocket-sweater sold for a nifty 1305 USD; seems like the fashion trends are going to catch up to our tech pretty soon.

http://www.grailed.com/listings/375624-acronym-j1a-gt

What are you wearing /cyber/? And what do you want to wear?

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 No.57395

>>57394

>though the left guy in the pic hardly looks good

That's the joke

But why can i have fashionable and practical clothes?

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 No.57399

>>57395

You can, just don't massively suck corporate cocks for overpriced junks.

Even better DIY modern clothes from modern materials with objective high ratio price/useful characteristic for you value.

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 No.57402

>>57399

Sure i guess

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 No.57524

File: 5133b17e76fe1ac⋯.jpg (70.68 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, USAF_flight_jacket.jpg)

You guys ever consider fire resistant clothing? The US military Nomex flight jackets is the most cyberpunk FR outerwear I can find and they're probably more practical than workwear for riding a bike. However they're $300-400 used for some reason which is weird because most milsurp jackets are like $50 at the most. Are there any knockoffs that are still fire resistant?

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 No.57526

>>57524

Do you need to be flame resistant while riding a bike ?

Everyone wants technical clothes. But julius dean seemed to wear nontechs. But, I guess that doesn't announce /cyber/.

Uniq-Lo, Ministry of Supply make technical business wear.

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 No.46952[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Hoi, chummers. I've been thinkin about decks a lot lately, and seen some neat shit on people making their own. What methods would you all use to cobble something together, and to what end? What kind of function would you be looking for in a modern cyberdeck? How would you make it look schway as fuck?

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 No.57478

File: c34f657b8d92938⋯.png (6.4 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, solardeck.png)

>>46952

I'm currently building a solar powered cyberdeck

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 No.57493

>>57478

水 chummer. Post specs.

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 No.57508

>>57493

I cannot because it is not done yet, in the picture it has a raspberry pi generation 1, however when I get an HDMI screen it will use the pi 4

also it will have sdr (fm radio, police scanner, etc)

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 No.57513

>>57478

Are you going to keep this screen or do you plan on replacing it by some spare screen from a laptop for example?

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 No.57525

>>57478

My instincts tell me that your solar panel(s) should be larger than your device(s).

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 No.57314[Reply]

How will women be in a more realistic cyberpunk scenario?

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 No.57320

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>>57314

We're already seeing a very cyberpunk scenario where even a 3/10 chinese girl can use a free app to look like a 11/10 in videos and milk desperate virgins on the internet (see: http://www.reddit.com/r/Instagramreality/comments/bzjt5f/youre_all_amateurs_compared_to_china/)

If you told me just 5 years ago that some thirsty betas would be paying brouzouf for some herpes-ridden britcunt's bath water I would say you are some schizo shit, but here we are.

As plastic surgery becomes cheaper and better a lot of women will become way too good looking for most men which will only increase the 80/20 disparity. Plastic surgery for men will still make you look like a fucking ken doll at best and a deformed loser at worst. Only the very ugliest of men will get any benefits and that will only be to become a 6/10 at best.

Muscle enhances might be a thing, basically getting some chems and CRISPR to get ripped even if you dont move a finger. You will still have all the health issues of sedentarism tho, but at least you will look buff af.

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 No.57517

>>57314

This is me and my girlfriend.

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 No.57519

3D women will not exist in a cyberpunk world. Their wombs will be artificially replaced and their conscious put into androids.

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 No.57520

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>>57519

Why would anyone want a robot that acts like a woman?

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 No.57523

>>57314

I guess they would go with the following:

>Cybernetic implantation, specifically for aesthetic or communication purposes: for example, they may change colour with their emotions like cuttlefish

>New recreations: implant at the base of the spine takes cartridges of narcotics and delivers them straight to the central nervous system, can experience what the other person is feeling when copulating with them and of course there is 'remote viewing'

>New fashions brought about by advances in synthetic fabrics

>Retro fashions- surprising choices. For example, they may base their fashions on the clothes of construction workers

>New loves- some may be technophiles and avoid interaction with organics altogether, similarly there may be the facility to produce genetically engineered 'companions'

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 No.57521[Reply]

all-girl roller team The Warriors rule the mean streets of Los Angeles!

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 No.57522

File: 67aaf78eabd8c40⋯.jpg (1009.58 KB, 1075x1750, 43:70, TheWarriors20Percent.jpg)

Order The Warriors at www.EquusPublishing.com

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 No.55245[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Man live streams a massacre

>manifesto full of memes and internet lingo

>edits of the video pop up almost immediately

>will most likely continue this through his trial

>community of people online who support him

Admit it, this was cyberpunk. It could have been a standalone complex episode.

Feel free to discuss any other similar real life instances you would call cyberpunk.

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 No.57503

>>57122

Wait. This guy's cross-posting on Reddit? What a fag.

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 No.57506

i don't think it applies to the general view of Cyberpunk, but aesthetically? i think it does, cyberpunk futurism got changed alot and what we see today might be the real representation of the cyberpunk, personally? i love it.

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 No.57507

>>57417

I feel bad fro Breton

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 No.57514

it was also gay

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 No.57516

File: afe12c17899caf8⋯.jpg (71.85 KB, 646x514, 323:257, your_own_medicine.jpg)

File: daed594d13cf5bd⋯.jpg (509.94 KB, 1250x1500, 5:6, why_wont_somebody_do_somet….jpg)

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>>57514

It was revenge, pure and simple. I'm not saying I approve, but I get it.

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 No.52103[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

me and some other anons have been talking about /cyber/ chatrooms in privacy thread. we have tried tox but it turned out pretty bad. since then ive been making an tor chatroom. im happily inviting you to try it, it looks promising to me. i want this to be /cyber/ chatroom, not mine or yours or anybodys, this is our chatroom. there are no names, nothing. i would like to improve it furthermore, im open to ALL ideas. also, when an more experienced and trustworthy anon appears, i would like to give him the whole chatroom to operate.

guide:

you should download tor if you dont have it already. it gives you very good protection and anonymity. then go to the .onion below and bookmark it when you are there so you dont lose it

http://wkg2h6gin6i745lp.onion/chat.php

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 No.57495

>>57148

Website seems to be part of a TOR/CYB community. Get in here cyberniggas.

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 No.57497

Jitsi Meet is only thing I know provide online chat with proper encryption with no registration needed, beside Tox of course.

I created room:

http://meet.jit.si/cyber

Password: cancerfreediet

There's ricochet and briar, retroshare but they're has no web clients or Freenet/I2P/Tor on top of standard IM protocols.

IM on top of anonymous mesh network (include nonstandard such NETSUKUKU) possible too but until low frequency Wi-Fi or cheap FSO will be widely available I doubt it will have any big auditory, especially in such specific thematic, but still we can try it.

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 No.57505

>>57497

Forgot to mention there is possibility run it on own servers.

JS is the problem, as well WebRTC however text chat work fine without WebRTC.

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 No.57512

File: 2ea790e0a415eb2⋯.png (778.13 KB, 585x585, 1:1, 1017.png)

>>52826

just join us on irc.cyberia.is

http://cyberia.is/

room is called #cyberpunk

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 No.57528

>>52103

Yet another (dead) le-chat-php clone. Why bother?

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 No.56389[Reply]

where is the best cyberpunk place to live?

i'd guess not mainland china because its not possible to live there long term (no citizenship for gweilo). although if u can somehow ,then schway

>possibly?

Singapore

Tokyo

Hong Kong

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 No.57466

>>56781

>uses pic of controlled opposition

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 No.57480

Some shithole with bad air quality, rain and neon lights.

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 No.57492

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>57466

>imports fentanyl

>spreads coronavirus

<china is somehow the good guy

china is asshole!

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 No.57509

>>57492

i never said china was good, just that the picture used was of controlled opposition

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 No.57511

File: 6016d914e17e09a⋯.png (351.94 KB, 820x696, 205:174, china_exports.png)

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