Anonymous 04/05/2017 (Wed) 01:34:44 No. 6044 del
>>5939 atta boy!
Now recall to have someone externally keep the private keys away from the servers, and one other person (please come back Snake dude!) maintain the VPN settings between the three!
I also hope your backup keys are not only encrypted but have a steganographed backup externally, like I do on "my cat blog". Bitcoin blockchain might come handiest in the future.
And soon to have deadman switches ( >>5958 ). Mines rotate monthly, since I barely have time to connect online at all.
>>5961 >>5962
That's not within the threat model of lynxchan & most IBs: If the hardware is already compromised host level, nothing much you can do: which many are (softserv, KVM, Xen, etc.)
But do actually summon me when you've designed a kernel-IB server that can auto validate compromise within hardware! (no irony, for real!)
I mean that extremely positively:
https://www.crowdsupply.com/onchip/open-v
https://github.com/onchipuis?tab=repositories
https://www.sifive.com/products/freedom/