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Anonymous 05/12/2018 (Sat) 15:44:10 Id: b64c71 No. 212 [Reply]
isn't node.js a shit?

Anonymous 05/13/2018 (Sun) 16:01:48 Id: e7035a No. 213
No, but idiot hipsters do shit things with it.

Anonymous 07/15/2018 (Sun) 19:37:05 Id: e69ea3 No. 215
Node has a lot of problems with it's community-lead design that has ridiculous feature creep and most frameworks/libraries are written in the most naive way, like a single library requiring several hundred other packages. If you use Node and write your own code while adding a few libraries you actually read over then it's a fairly decent runtime that makes it really easy to solve problems by brute force. With the addition of TypeScript, you get something analogous to a real type system.

Anonymous 10/20/2018 (Sat) 07:28:27 Id: d5a703 No. 217

Anonymous 10/20/2018 (Sat) 07:30:10 Id: d5a703 No. 218

Anonymous 09/21/2018 (Fri) 03:18:14 Id: 484182 No. 216 [Reply]

/tosg/ TempleOS General God 05/28/2018 (Mon) 05:04:26 Id: 0521f5 No. 214 [Reply]
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LynxChan Edition

TempleOS is a free, public domain, x86_64, multi-cored, non-preemptive multi-tasking, ring-0-only, single-address_mapped (identity mapped), operating system for recreational programming, developed by Terry A. Davis, who wrote all of TempleOS over the past 14.7 years (full-time), while dodging and (sometimes) killing glow-in-the-dark CIA niggers. The lastest version of TempleOS (v5.03) can be downloaded from the official website, listed below.

>Offical website:
>tsheiks tribute website:

>Official chatroom on Rizon's IRC:

>Terry Davis Official YouTube channel:
>Archival channels:

lynxmoot is fag Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 00:42:41 Id: 6974b8 No. 197 [Reply]
>no ssl


Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 12:28:55 Id: b3414f No. 203
Yeah, the engine supports SSL but I couldn't be arsed to enable. I don't even want people using this site and instead making their own chans with the engine.

Anonymous 10/14/2017 (Sat) 12:00:21 Id: 4ce2fa No. 204
Ginstall Entoo

Anonymous 05/12/2018 (Sat) 15:41:24 Id: 80afa3 No. 211
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>muh ssl

CloverOS GNU/Linux Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 14:47:57 Id: ad96e8 No. 209 [Reply]
CloverOS GNU/Linux

Git: https://gitgud.io/cloveros/cloveros
ISO: https://cloveros.ga/s/CloverOS-x86_64-20180219.iso
Libre ISO: https://cloveros.ga/s/CloverOS_Libre-x86_64-20180219.iso
GPG: 78F5 AC55 A120 07F2 2DF9 A28A 78B9 3F76 B8E4 2805
IRC: #cloveros on irc.rizon.net
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloveros_ga
Packages: 3514 https://cloveros.ga/s/packages.html
Rsync: rsync://fr.cloveros.ga/cloveros
License: WTFPL
Mirrors: https://useast.cloveros.ga https://uswest.cloveros.ga https://ca.cloveros.ga https://ca2.cloveros.ga https://fr.cloveros.ga https://fr2.cloveros.ga https://uk.cloveros.ga https://au.cloveros.ga
Validate ISO:

gpg --keyserver hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-key "78F5 AC55 A120 07F2 2DF9 A28A 78B9 3F76 B8E4 2805"
wget https://cloveros.ga/s/signatures/s/CloverOS-x86_64-20180219.iso.asc
gpg --verify CloverOS-x86_64-20180219.iso.asc CloverOS-x86_64-20180219.iso

Anonymous 02/21/2018 (Wed) 16:12:35 Id: 131bbb No. 210

FISTCRYPT Privacy General 09/20/2017 (Wed) 22:38:19 Id: 6c22d1 No. 188 [Reply]

(1) Don't use social media [Avoid Facebook/Myspace/Twitter/Snapchat/etc.] (no brainer)
(2) Forward secrecy (keep your mouth shut about any personal info if you don't want to expose yourself)
(3) Use a cheap private VPN (w/ no IP logging) and Tor browser!
(4) Always disconnect your internet (physically) when you are not going to use it! Make sure bluetooth and WiFi is physically disabled. Don't keep it online all the time! If you do, you are asking to be hacked!
(5) Use an old "flipper" phone. AKA a jitterbug. Cover up any camera if has one. Jitterbugs are basic cellphones for people with disability problems / senior citizens! Just a bare basic cell phone where you can take out the battery. Has no internet platform. Burner phones are decent too.
(6) Flock to flea markets, garage sales, thrift shops to buy older electronics! Do not by 'smart' or 'green' appliances! Learn how to maintain and fix older products/utilities too! All IoT (Internet of Things) tech can be used to spy on you, avoid IoT!
(7) Never put your real name or personal info into your computer, always use FAKE names / aliases. Tell your friends to just hang out with you face-to-face instead of using social media. Enjoy hanging out with friends and family, you'll have a better time than chatting online.
(8) Use cash whenever possible. Credit Card and other digital transactions can be tracked and directly linked to you. Cash can be tracked too, but it is much harder to do and takes a lot of effort and human resources.
(9) Always bleach you browser cache / cookies / web logs! 35x gutmann style! (Bleachbit, Ccleaner, etc.)
(10) No OS is safe. Just exclude as much personal information you can from your Operating System. Make sure its disconnected offline when not being used! Make sure bluetooth and WiFi is also physically disabled when not in use.
(11) Browser Security: Use Noscript add-on. Noscript is a must: make sure to block all global scripts, wipe the whitelist in Noscript and re-configure the whitelist that best fits your browser habits. IPFlood is also a useful add-on to obfuscate IP GET requests. You should use Random Agent Spoofer (or Blender) to spoof your browser & OS metadata while you surf the web, making it a lot harder to track your activity. Tin Foil is another great security addon.
(12) Its best to have two computers, rather than just one. For example, have one just for banking / legit LEGAL purposes. Have another one (completely separated) just for private or illegal activity. Make sure you don't put any personal info in the private computer.
(13) Use encryption and strong passwords! Write them down on a piece of paper or memorize them. DO NOT store passwords on a computer file. That is a big no-no! Try easy to remember long sentances for passwords, and combine all the words together. The more characters used, the harder it is for hackers to break the passwords.
(14) Have separate email accounts for each kind of activity (legal or not, don't matter).
(15) Make sure you physically disconnect your web cam or cover it up with black electrical tape. Most laptops these days come with web cams attached above or below the monitor. Make sure the camera cannot be used to identify you or spy on you in any way. (Yes, webcams can be hacked / remotely hijacked to spy on you!)
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Anonymous 09/20/2017 (Wed) 22:40:39 Id: 6c22d1 No. 189
>>188 [continued]
(18) Never allow another person to use your computer. Make sure you routinely backup important files to a flashdrive or DVD and store that data offline. Also make sure you have a backup copy of the OS you use as well. If you ever have problems with your OS someday, just wipe your partitioned OS, and then re-partition the OS again yourself from scratch. Do not allow others to 'fix' your computer, they could easily steal information from your OS you might not want them knowing about. Geek Squad works with the FBI and other agencies to steal data from their customers, do not trust them to fix or repair your computer.
(19) Any photos you take with modern cameras contain EXIF metadata that contain GPS coordinates among other data used to identify the owner of the photo. If you store your modern photos online, people will be able to identify you. Don't do it! I repeat: do not post modern photos online unless you want to be identified!

Test your privacy and learn more: https://www.privacytools.io/

Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 00:44:30 Id: 183390 No. 198

Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 17:21:46 Id: 7473b6 No. 205
Hahahah that's so sad. I'd hate to live like you!

Curbing Censorship 09/20/2017 (Wed) 22:30:40 Id: 9cbf1b No. 187 [Reply]
What is the best way to curb censorship? P2P? I2P? BT? IPFS? Future blockchain integration?

I'm talking solely censorship threat prevention, not necessarily privacy. Leave that for another thread.

Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 00:45:07 Id: 25093d No. 199
zeronet p2p websites

Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 00:52:39 Id: 4c78dc No. 200
IPFS is the best way

Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 00:58:38 Id: 25093d No. 201
ipfs is good if you like being censored


All content published to public IPFS infrastructure is hosted at the sole discretion of the IPFS team.

Anonymous 09/26/2017 (Tue) 01:00:19 Id: 4c78dc No. 202
How would they enforce this? I would hope that they just block the hash on the ipfs.io gateway

Anonymous 09/24/2017 (Sun) 01:44:36 Id: 622ab4 No. 195 [Reply]

Anonymous 09/24/2017 (Sun) 03:39:26 Id: 52340e No. 196

Anonymous 09/23/2017 (Sat) 12:50:53 Id: 19fdd8 No. 193 [Reply]
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keep it up

Anonymous 09/23/2017 (Sat) 12:51:55 Id: 19fdd8 No. 194

Anonymous 09/22/2017 (Fri) 00:52:14 Id: 70f562 No. 190 [Reply]
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When the DRM kicks in.

Anonymous 09/22/2017 (Fri) 15:08:12 Id: 18efde No. 191
Luckily I use an older laptop w/ linux installed. I also have an offline Win XP that I use to rip media with. I don't use "smart phones" or any of that Google crap. I backup all my software that I use to rip media with (like DVD Shrink and Handbreak) so I'm pretty immune to DRM. Also, the key to resisting planned obsolescence is to have backups of everything. Have a backup ISO of your operating system(s), have a backup computer, have backups of your media and software programs, have backup media player(s), etc.

Good example: Not only do I have DVDs to watch, I make sure I have the video files ripped to flashdrives + extra blank DVDs to rip them on encase the originals get scratched. Plus I an extra DVD player sitting in my closet, still in the box.

Google would piss their panties if they found out people have prepared for their cyber-takeover way in advance. I was one who predicted this 15 FUCKING YEARS AGO.

Anonymous 09/22/2017 (Fri) 15:10:42 Id: 18efde No. 192
NO JOKE: Wal-Mart, Amazon Want Access Into Your Home, And New "Smart Homes" Would Allow Them Access

RELATED ("Smart" Devices/Homes CAN Be Hacked And ARE Being Used To Spy On You): https://archive.fo/n3Vhu

Wal-Mart Stores Inc said on Friday it was testing a service in the Silicon Valley to deliver groceries straight to customers’ refrigerators as it looks to gain an edge over Amazon.com.

The retailer said it is partnering with August Home, a provider of 'smart locks' and 'smart home' accessories, to test the service.

The delivery person would get access to the customer’s house using a pre-authorized passcode and would put away groceries. This of-course is the surveillance state on steroids.

Not only is this ridiculous, privacy-invasive and potentially dangerous, imagine if hackers could gain access into your home? Burglers would easily take advantage of such unsecure online networks.

This whole "smart" fad is nothing more than a ruse to keep people lazy and easily vulnerable - not only to spying, not only to burglary and theft - but to a police state as well which will most obviously use this as an advantage to control the population.

It is our duty as sovereign citizens to say "NO!" to all this "smart" technology.

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