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File: 55d24b38c2e132e⋯.jpg (56.4 KB, 599x769, 599:769, 1568691821516.jpg)

 No.1[Reply]

We need some kind of board to post in before Advent of Code starts, right? Go ahead and do that here.

Follow global rule. Post manifestos to Reddit.

Torposting is allowed.

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 No.137

>>136

We don't even have a leaderboard since the guy who made that one is gone. Here I'll make one. Maybe we have some qoomers lurking here on their lisp machines.

398644-e7778f0b

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File: da41165a1d7cd42⋯.png (1.45 MB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.134[Reply]

/CTG/ - Cool Tech General

Cool or obscure tech that most people haven't heard of

I'll start

>gemini PDA

>partially designed by the lead engineer on the Psion 5

>linux capable PDA with a non chicklet keyboard

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File: e83b0a428594ad3⋯.png (543.13 KB, 1001x922, 1001:922, thinkpad.png)

 No.64[Reply]

I can't fucking stand Thinkpads.

they have this little 14-inch screen

You have to be a midget to use one

and you can't have stubby fat fingers either

So what - use one for a toaster

shitty ram

shitty CPU

run Linux without a DE because that's all it can handle

fuck that

I can get at least a 15.6 inch screen

or a 17.3 inch screen with 104 keys

better cpu

better gpu

more ram - because i can actually fit more into it

and I don't have to worry about having bratwurst fingers

I'm 6'7" for fuck's sake

I also can do better than a poorfag with a thinkpad

so, fuck thinkpads.

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 No.70

File: 46c2029254a7eb8⋯.jpg (63.77 KB, 758x644, 379:322, 1555303084824.jpg)

Maybe try getting a ThinkPad with a 15 or 17 inch screen then idiot

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 No.88

Seems like Clevo rebrands would tick all your boxes, OP

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 No.98

>>88

HH

OP back to check on the death of my thread

>Clevo rebrands

for sure.

I really don't want a gaming laptop though

The thing is, is that the small screen is just too small

>buy docking station

>hook up multiple monitors

yeah, maybe.

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 No.114

>>70

They're meant to be easily transportable. Of course people don't use them as their main computer, but simply a practical interface to access their comp from a distance. It's especially practical for students and people who move a lot.

It's not meant to appeal to everyone.

What are you using right now ?

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 No.133

>>64

this is now a thinkpad appreciation thread

post your thinkpads

>P50s (it was cheap)

>T60 15in

>T60 14in

>T43

>R51

>R40

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File: 465efe6c969d784⋯.png (1.64 MB, 1440x1440, 1:1, terry_christmas.png)

 No.99[Reply]

What is the best linux distro and why is it not Arch?

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 No.121

>>109

This.

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 No.125

personally

I want something easy to install

something where I can just burn an .iso to disk, re-insert it, and install off of that.

I don't want to install it from a usb - personal preference.

I like having that "Hard-Copy" available

Another thing I don't like is systemd.

If it has systemd, then screw it.

I understand that in some circumstances one cannot avoid it, like when someone installs the music-production distro (I forgot the name of it)

But then, they can still dual boot into another distro that doesn't have systemd

I tried manjaro, and I was uncomfortable with pacman, so I took it off.

I have Devuan installed on a laptop which isn't bad at all. I only did a minimal install and then added my own DE to it.

I have another laptop (in the kitchen) which has MX Linux on it

and I have a Desktop with MX Linux on it.

MX Linux has treated me well for over the almost 3 years that I have been using it. Had some glitches (due to my idiocy) and reinstalled a few times, but I have found it a very comfy distro. I have two screens, Installed on an SSD, a decent GPU, and a decent CPU, so it runs good and boots up pretty quick.

I'm not complaining.

so I guess I'll make an endorsement for MX Linux

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 No.129

>>125

hmm.. ok, i think i have just the thing for you..

have you heard of 'Windows' by any chance? It's relatively new and it checks all the boxes; easy to install, plenty of hard copies available for purchase (hell even amazon has some in stock!), and no systemd! I've only heard of it the other day and I've been loving it so far! this is the unix killer!

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 No.130

>>99

Fedora, but CentOS can come too.

Delta RPMs reduced 200.4 MB of updates to 0.5 MB (99.7% saved)

Delta RPMs are the technology that Google thought would permit the Stadia to work prior to consumer hyperspace communications.

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 No.132

>>109

Definitely unironic Gentoo. I switched to it a couple years ago and haven't looked back.

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File: a699e0c2c7e3d47⋯.jpg (6.09 MB, 5472x3648, 3:2, photo-1555998322-9e293b134….jpg)

 No.51[Reply]

Since PIA is getting bought by Kape Technologies (who now own ZenMate and CyberGhost as well), owned by (((a certain CEO))).

So who's now safe?

Torrent Freak does a round up of VPNs and goes through a series of questions (logs, company name, jurisdiction, etc.), are there any other sites that round upo and double check VPNs?

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 No.84

>>51

>are there any other sites that round upo and double check VPNs?

http://thatoneprivacysite.net/

I'm pretty sure Mullvad is the highest-rated VPN there. They strike me as the safest bet mainly because they only bill people monthly, instead of having yearly options like other VPNs. (Imagine if you paid for three years of NordVPN to get the cheapest rate, only for them to get bought by a shady company months down the line…)

>>53

The story I've seen everywhere is that ExpressVPN provides the fastest speeds of any VPN. Also, their smartphone app lets you set specific apps to bypass the VPN, which could be convenient. They're probably the most expensive VPN out there, though.

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 No.87

>>67

I wouldn't trust any VPN for much more than that. If you're doing something serious, it'd be far better to start building your own private botnet.

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 No.105

>>51

/techbunker/ just started and there are already shills for the big-nosed nordvpn

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 No.119

mullvad is basically the only one where your payments aren't easily linked to your account.

everything else is basically cheap junk. useful when you need extra IPs or a tunnel out of the network you're on.

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 No.122

>>119

As soon as I saw OP I thought of Mullvad. You can get an account number over tor, and pay with crypto or even cash in the mail. Even if they hand your data over to the ptb, they don't actually know anything about who you are other than the IP you connected with.

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File: dad9a404fbe10d0⋯.png (682.36 KB, 800x8300, 8:83, host.png)

 No.79[Reply]

Offshore Hosting Guide

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 No.81

>Cloudflare

uh sir

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 No.102

>>81

Well, cuckflare protects illegal sites with children, so it fits the infographic.

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 No.106

>>79

Interesting, thank you. Been looking into the offshore hosting topic for a while.

>>81

>>102

Cloudflare itself can be a security risk as they are a MITM by design, but many sites need some ddos protection of that kind. What are the experiences with alternative services such as bitmitigate?

Also I wonder how those countries are different in their legislation, it probably depends on the content which one is best.

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 No.112

File: 43b41c09cab8fad⋯.jpg (36.26 KB, 750x550, 15:11, 1570285167988.jpg)

>>79

>using cloudflare or any DDOS protection for that matter

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 No.118

>>112

If your main goal is availability and exposure, like a news site, why not? If your main goal is privacy, sure, don't get a mitm proxy like cf.

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File: 9bc9a802d8f0cec⋯.png (22.23 KB, 512x512, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.117[Reply]

Tox is technology. Discuss clients, gtk sucks, etc

RUDOLPH IT'S TIME

0A323568AB15A8BACB72786B373B886382C1A658B2DDD53827EE8C5BFDBD3E2893A922EDAAAC

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File: dad9a404fbe10d0⋯.png (682.36 KB, 800x8300, 8:83, dad9a404fbe10d0be63c8e6be3….png)

 No.92[Reply]

>How do I hide from government online without tempest.

>mfw

>

>rage.elif

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 No.103

>>92

There is literally 10 threads and this image has already been posted. Congrats on being this retarded.

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 No.115

Fuck you nigger, the message is more important.

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File: fca13fbe4dd3505⋯.gif (682.83 KB, 400x440, 10:11, 1564360977291.gif)

 No.7[Reply]

Last thread: Some 8ch thread

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/cyb/erpunk

The alt.cyberpunk FAQ (V5.29) [ ftp://50.31.112.231/pub/Alt_Cyberpunk_FAQ_V5_preview29.htm ]

What is cyberpunk?: [ http://pastebin.com/pmn9vzWZ ]

Cyberpunk directory (Communities/IRC and other resources): [ http://pastebin.com/AJYry5NH ]

Cyberpunk media (Recommended cyberpunk fiction): [ http://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx ]

The cyberdeck: [ http://pastebin.com/7fE4BVBg ]

- - - - - -

/sec/urity

The /sec/ Career FAQ (V1.12) [ ftp://50.31.112.231/pub/sec_FAQ_V1_Preview12.htm ]

"Shit just got real": [ http://pastebin.com/rqrLK6X0 ]

Cybersecurity basics and armory: [ http://pastebin.com/v8Mr2k95 ]

Reference books (PW: ABD52oM8T1fghmY0): [ http://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw ]

/sec/ PDFs: [ http://mega.nz/#F!zGJT1QQQ!O-8yiH845GN26ajAvkoLkA ]

Learning/News/CTFs: [ http://pastebin.com/WQhRYB59 ]

FTP Backup: ftp://50.31.112.231/pub

thegrugq OPSEC: [ http://Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.63

File: aa72d8d189b1f85⋯.jpg (592.4 KB, 1912x2953, 1912:2953, __kurosawa_ruby_love_live_….jpg)

sucks that there are hardly any posters at 8kun. :c

that said

ruby > python for automation!

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 No.72

>>23

same here. small bus IT but my boss is a retard that would probably try to fire me for using my time to improve my career. i was working on sec+ for a little, but i basically have all the sk1d shit down. not hard just have to know the tooling. i'm trying to get better at programing, learn a little computer systems, and write a few exploits before getting a sec job.

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 No.77

File: 90eeb0f00d93195⋯.png (3.2 MB, 1200x1697, 1200:1697, dd6flx9-04167f97-bf70-4c23….png)

>>63

The FAQ lists numerous places where Cyberpunk is discussed, so things are spread out thinly. What does this place offer that sets it apart from the rest?

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 No.107

>>77

>skinsuit with baggy clothing over it

fuck yes.jpg

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 No.108

File: 59adca295290e50⋯.gif (2 MB, 461x259, 461:259, hackerman.gif)

http://ech1.netlify.com/htb.html

enjoy my HTB writeups

I'm going to do every retired box in the future

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File: 95d766523e729fe⋯.png (194.74 KB, 796x2126, 398:1063, datavlt-notice.png)

 No.29[Reply]

Be careful of blockchain ICOs. This big data Singaporean company DATAVLT collected 8 mil. USD in Chinese investors' money and then went radio silent. Then after 6 months they sent this notice to the investors.

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 No.43

>>29

That's not a real note they sent. You're lying.

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 No.75

>>43

how do you know? do you have a source? im interested.

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 No.78

>>43

Nice try, Benny Low, you piece of trash. Stop messing around on 8chan and return the money.

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 No.82

>>75

>>78

I don't know anything about this, but I don't believe they actually sent that. Some memester on twatter cooked it up post facto to make light of the situation. The "investors" (speculators) are probably screwed, but that true for basically every ICO.

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 No.94

>>75

>>78

My friend invested in a lot of ICO. And one of them was DataVLT. The message was definitely real. When DataVLT sent it, she showed it to me. I think the coloured graphics and emoji are not real and OP added them.

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File: 55059d5ebf55a62⋯.png (1.26 MB, 451x266, 451:266, AHufo2.png)

 No.91[Reply]

According to William Lyne, in his book "Pentagon Aliens", the Nazis blackmailed the US into a secret armistice by threatening to detonate radioactive bombs over American cities and make them uninhabitable for decades. In the deal the dirty bombs were disabled and the western front was collapsed so that Patton could capture all the secret weapon technologies before the Soviets. Patton was 187'd, because he was against keeping everything secret. Hitler was allowed to escape. Irrational hatred does not explain why Eisenhower starved or killed by exposure 1.5 million captured Germans. These men must have have built or operated technology that the Cabal has been keeping secret to this day. Eisenhower never visited Germany as POTUS. Anti-American demonstrations in West Germany would have been too much of a cold war embarrassment. West Germans never forgave Eisenhower, but went crazy for JFK, for they wished to thank America for delivering their post war prosperity.

In the 1890's, a socialite lady witnessed Tesla's "metallic plate suspensions", meaning he knew about the anti-gravity properties of coil windings. So, it is very possible that Tesla flew before the Wright Brothers! This electrical means of propulsion was later refined in the 1930's by German scientists visiting our desert southwest. By the end of the war, there were already many types of Nazi anti-gravity craft in operation, with the coil driving Tesla alternators powered by both conventional and exotic means.

Gravity is a human confabulation for the predominant mover of the universe is the electric charge. The actual model of the solar system is that of a gigantic atom where the orbital distance of a planet from the sun is related to its electrical charge. According to Velikovski, when Venus had its close encounter with the Earth, an electrical arc between the two planets enlarged the Earth's orbit, changing the ancient 360 day year to 365.25 days. The invention of geometry predates the encounter so there are 360 degrees in a circle. Venus's odyssey ended with its present circular orbit. Velikovski studied ancient calendars where he discovered a change in the length of the year which is the basis of his hypothesis.

Underneath the skin of flying saucers are flat, autotransformer type coils fed with AC. Inductance separates the components of the electric current at right angles toPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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File: 20a5ee408a4bdbc⋯.png (7.1 KB, 100x120, 5:6, Webp-logo-wordmark.svg.png)

 No.71[Reply]

Disabling webp support in Firefox results in broken thumbnails in threads on 8kun.

After investigation, it would appear that 8kun serves some image thumbnails in webp format, but still with the .jpg extension

What's up with that? Is it normal behavior? Is there no way to have all images displaying correctly with webp disabled?

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File: 4cc064b639aff52⋯.gif (2.12 MB, 256x192, 4:3, 1575088023798.gif)

File: 5d844585c85e018⋯.webm (1.53 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, ufo.webm)

 No.36[Reply]

what do you guys know of alien technology? post any theories or any evidence you have here of them

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaYMBmPcM6syCr0emYM-QRg

Only Real UFOs, AAVs, UAPs, New uploads almost daily.

The number of sightings right now is unprecedented, that's the line about huge civilian increase

Here's the line about contact ignoring governments, this will increase

http://youtu.be/tyJj43ed7So?t=3232

the time is coming bros

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 No.57

What do you know of posting this shit on >>>/x/

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 No.58

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 No.60

LOL if aliens are real then how is the bible true? Checkmate atheists.

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 No.68

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 No.83

File: 7164d38aed94ac7⋯.jpg (34.73 KB, 392x260, 98:65, FA250B1C.jpg)

>ctrl-f "blue beam"

>Phrase not found

Kikes could toss out a couple bits of the tech that Lockheed Martin is squatting on and drop a few billion on marketing, and the whole internet would be flooded with screeching retards claiming that it was proof of Ancient Aliens, even in the face of evidence that they were being duped.

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File: 46adf96bb88b06d⋯.jpg (71.3 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, 1575174925361.jpg)

 No.59[Reply]

Forth is the best programming language that is possible via the rules of mathematics in this universe.

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 No.62

File: 246e00110a09f05⋯.jpg (243.58 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, EAO0M8JWkAQjQH2.jpg)

for me, its jaskell

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 No.13[Reply]

what language would kong use?

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