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HP keylogger Anonymous 12/10/2017 (Sun) 20:13:39 [Preview] No. 11897 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>TL;DR: HP had a keylogger in the keyboard driver. The keylogger saved scan codes to a WPP trace. The logging was disabled by default but could be enabled by setting a registry value (UAC required).

https://zwclose.github.io/HP-keylogger/


Anonymous 12/11/2017 (Mon) 12:47:11 [Preview] No.11900 del
Fuck, this is even dumber than when Sony put a rootkit on their music CDs. OP pic must be an actual photo of what the HP execs look, literal brainlets. I don't know why users trust people so fucking stupid with their operating system.


Anonymous 12/11/2017 (Mon) 20:56:09 [Preview] No.11903 del
>>11900
>I don't know why users trust people so fucking stupid with their operating system.
Because most of them are dumb fucks that don't see a point about that, since they see it as "conspiracy theory".
Fucking idiots, I'm tired of this dumb society, really.


Anonymous 12/12/2017 (Tue) 00:33:43 [Preview] No.11904 del
>>11897
I would lose my fucking shit if they found some type of telemetry device inside of a fucking AC adapter.


Anonymous 12/12/2017 (Tue) 23:50:01 [Preview] No.11918 del
>every capitalist product ever made is full of debugging turds and other shit that makes up 70% of the product
>one of them has 100 LOC which can be technically called a "keylogger" which is a bad term and triggers the goyim
>no actual way to turn it on without admin
>less work to just paste some keylogging code in when you have admin rights
it's fucking nothing


Anonymous 12/15/2017 (Fri) 00:58:07 [Preview] No.11940 del
>>11897
>using proprietary software
kys



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Anonymous 12/14/2017 (Thu) 01:06:34 [Preview] No. 11933 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
paging the local openbsd/reop nut
is this shit as good as it sounds ?
https://www.tedunangst.com/flak/post/miniwebproxy
bless you


Anonymous 12/14/2017 (Thu) 02:09:04 [Preview] No.11934 del
No. I'm what another anon the "unangstfag" here, but this "miniwebproxy" is very limited. The code is ok, nothing special (I've read it).
You're better with Privoxy for layer 7 filtering...



Discord sucks Anonymous 10/29/2017 (Sun) 03:38:40 [Preview] No. 11609 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
You know what sucks about discord is you can't use TOR to register a username anonymously. Sure you can use it, but as soon as you change IPs once they send an e-mail verification and then demand mobile verification before you can continue to use discord.
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Anonymous 11/04/2017 (Sat) 20:18:17 [Preview] No. 11665 del
is 11644 a social network disrupt/divide bot?


Anonymous 11/07/2017 (Tue) 17:11:49 [Preview] No. 11711 del
>>11609
>demand mobile verification

OK, I'll never use this service then.

I hate how many email services are now demanding mobile verification now days. Thus I am the only one I know who uses a foreign email service. It's ridiculous that they are mandating your personal info just to use their services. Fuck them all. I won't use that shit.


Anonymous 11/07/2017 (Tue) 17:14:53 [Preview] No. 11713 del
>>11625
>phone verification service on the net

Anon, I would love to know more about this. Is there a way to spoof mobile verifications to create emails? If so I'm excited and want to know more!


Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 02:19:42 [Preview] No.11824 del
True


Anonymous 12/12/2017 (Tue) 23:58:58 [Preview] No.11919 del
>>11609
me and 2 other's were trying to use memecord in the same house because one of us was in a separate room and didn't want to move his PC. it started saying a bunch of shit about "suspicious activity", "your account is disabled for your security", "plz give cellphone number", etc. pure cancer
>>11611
this



Phosphor Display Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 18:21:24 [Preview] No. 11831 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
green
amber
white
Which one is best?
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Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 18:54:35 [Preview] No.11835 del
>>11834
Agreed.


Anonymous 12/02/2017 (Sat) 02:08:16 [Preview] No.11837 del
Medically speaking red fluorescent lightning. Green if you need shades, blue for the blind. Dark on low light: keeps eyes calm non-stressed. Other things include raised desktop to stand and walk, split ortholinear keyboard, small desktop or window to leaves the eyes still as possible. Treadmill on monitor with a pad keyboard is best.


Anonymous 12/08/2017 (Fri) 19:51:43 [Preview] No.11881 del
they all look cool for a minute but they stress your eyes with flicker. i used to get headaches after 2 hours of com0iter use in the 90s. embrace progress.


Anonymous 12/09/2017 (Sat) 08:32:50 [Preview] No.11883 del
>>11881
This. I used to love playing games on my dads old amber but christ it hurts after a while.


Anonymous 12/12/2017 (Tue) 14:11:30 [Preview] No.11913 del
>>11831
Amber is SCIENTIFICALLY the most comfy color



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Newb programming question Anonymous 12/07/2017 (Thu) 10:13:10 [Preview] No. 11858 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>>>/lv/391

Hey guys, I wanted to write a script that will halve hex colour values and add together all possible combinations from 16 colours, making 256 colours. I suppose I could just halve the values to begin with, so really all I need to do is add hex value together to create all possible combinations. I have some python experience but still muddling through. Rare pepe for troubles.


Anonymous 12/07/2017 (Thu) 10:25:42 [Preview] No.11859 del
I don't think there is a library to do hex math directly in python. I think I need to define a hex converter, convert to int, do the sum, convert back.


Anonymous 12/08/2017 (Fri) 15:18:26 [Preview] No.11878 del
>>11861
That's cool, but it's not really what I'm after. The way I think this should be handled is with 16 lists, each containing the red, green and blue value. eg:
rgb0 = [21, 21, 21]
rgb1 = [32, 32, 32]
rgb2 = [48, 48, 48]

I want to find all possible combinations of adding the values in those lists one to each other at a time. I can do one on one with numpy:
import numpy as np
np.add(rgb0, rgb0)
np.add(rgb0, rgb1)
np.add(rgb0, rgb2)
np.add(rgb1, rgb1)
np.add(rgb1, rgb2)
np.add(rgb2, rgb2)

What I think I need now is some logic to do it in sequence. I know there will be duplicates but thankfully the total combination will be 256 which is the exact number of colours in a palette. Then just to output to file.


Anonymous 12/08/2017 (Fri) 21:05:04 [Preview] No.11882 del
All done, it's fucking terrible work but it works.



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Anonymous 08/18/2017 (Fri) 01:13:17 [Preview] No. 10822 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Has anyone used the netrunner browser started by /g/ ? Can I replace links2 -g with it ?


Anonymous 08/18/2017 (Fri) 01:29:08 [Preview] No. 10823 del
>Can I replace links2 -g with it ?
No (yet).


Anonymous 11/20/2017 (Mon) 23:20:30 [Preview] No.11780 del
The devs said that maybe by the end of the year it might.


Anonymous 11/24/2017 (Fri) 01:25:27 [Preview] No.11795 del
>>11780
the end of this year ?
that's nice


Anonymous 12/08/2017 (Fri) 19:06:13 [Preview] No.11879 del
>>11780
Do you have any relevant links?



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Anonymous 03/18/2016 (Fri) 17:10:33 [Preview] No. 2365 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
nntpchan devshit thread, banned from 8/tech/ edition

explanation:

it's decentralized imageboard federation thing, works great, join today.

source:

https://github.com/majestrate/nntpchan
https://github.com/majestrate/srndv2

nodes:

https://nsfl.tk/
https://i2p.rocks/ib/
http://oniichanylo2tsi4.onion/
http://ucavviu7wl6azuw7.onion/

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Anonymous 08/19/2016 (Fri) 16:07:03 [Preview] No. 6387 del
So there's a NNTP chan.
How do you connect to read & post with a standard NNTP client, like Tin, Pine, slrn, etc.?
I checked the docs on github page, but it just says:
> Here's how to configure Pan or Thunderbird
> (blank)


Anonymous 08/19/2016 (Fri) 16:24:22 [Preview] No. 6389 del
>>6387

>I checked the docs on github page, but it just says:
>Here's how to configure Pan or Thunderbird
>(blank)


>August 2016
>not realizing that NNTP chans are equal parts maymay, dismal failure, and vapourware

I kekt fam.


Anonymous 11/07/2016 (Mon) 12:43:57 [Preview] No. 7316 del
>>2393
>The only ban like it in the board-specific mod.php ban list, has "Shitposting" as a reason, and is for a thread saying "Is my Dig Bick /tech/ worthy?", from four days ago.
lmao, corrupt /tech/ owner allows any kind of shitpost done by shills and pedos but bans any criticism or satire.
do people still use that failure of a board? i don't want to go back there even for a second.


Anonymous 12/07/2017 (Thu) 21:28:18 [Preview] No.11862 del
ook ook


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sshtalk Anonymous 12/03/2017 (Sun) 14:29:04 [Preview] No. 11846 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>"Remember good ol' talkd/ntalk? sshtalk is our security-minded update to the same basic idea."

Cool:
https://2ton.com.au/sshtalk/
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Anonymous 12/04/2017 (Mon) 11:55:37 [Preview] No.11852 del
The only negative I see is that it's written in asm. Not many are going to be able to debug or even review the code for hidden "features."


Anonymous 12/05/2017 (Tue) 20:59:35 [Preview] No.11853 del
I could not register. Anyway, ssh being able to disclose stuff like client ciphers and version, terminal options including size, "anonymous" user's PUBLIC KEY or connect username are bad things for anonymous messaging.


Anonymous 12/05/2017 (Tue) 21:58:41 [Preview] No.11854 del
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>>11850
>>11852
>>11853
Any alternative? We did some research here in the past (see >>10507 ), but we could only find Ricochet (weak cyphers), Briar (still in beta and don't seem have desktop support yet, just mobile) and Jitsi (weak for instant messaging, but uses ZRTP for video). Other clients have good security but bad sides, such as Signal (require phone number) and others.
The more "advanced" solutions (irssi + OMEMO or OTR) is too complicated for normies to set up, so it's not actually usable outside of our imageboard leet culture.
I still think that Briar is good, but laks some vulnerability mitigation that Signal Protocol employ today. A version of Signal that reduces to the maximum the metadata and has a command optional command line interface would be the ideal, but this solution doesn't seem to be done as of today.


Anonymous 12/06/2017 (Wed) 06:14:39 [Preview] No.11855 del
>>11854
those same normies can't use ssh
OP thought this was "cool" not "anonymous" or really even "secure"
>>>/os/ needs a thread for the "masses" to do "anonymous" and "secure" IM encrypted telegram mix net


Anonymous 12/06/2017 (Wed) 06:45:34 [Preview] No.11856 del
>>11855
I was not defending the solution presented on OP. I just want to know if any of you know a IM with the characteristics cited above.
Also, no need to split the community. Keep everything on /tech/.



Modernized $CRT/$ Terminal Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 11:15:36 [Preview] No. 11825 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Has anyone here used a monochrome phosphor CRT with a modern machine? Say, a monitor with a 9-pin serial/re9/rs232 cable with a more modern PC. Also, this will just be a terminal screen. Possibly with w3m images. Here are some options I've thought up. I haven't picked out a monitor yet.

VGA/serial adaptor
These adapters are common. Don't know if they would work.
CGA video card output or other period correct, oem matched card
Don't know how the fuck I would use this on a modern board.
Some other 9 pin display video output
''Maybe there is an old PC with Core Duo or Pentium with serial display? I was born in '96, so I'm not too savvy on 20 year old graphics hardware'

I know that the green Macintosh CRT's are pretty cheap and use a 9-pin, but the pin out is proprietary. Chime in if you have experience with these things! Am I over thinking this?
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>>11826
Because it looks fucking cool. Also it keeps functioning hardware in use. Would be a fun project too.


Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 14:29:11 [Preview] No.11828 del
>>11826
They tend to have smoother/cleaner looking images projected onto the screen due to the fact that they use an electron gun to illuminate a phosphorous coating towards the front of the tube instead of electronic pixels which can be clearly distinguished if one places their face closely to the screen. Of course, cathode ray tubes would not be ideal in other applications due to their high rate of energy consumption and radiation output.

I personally like them, you can fix it yourself with some electronic engineering knowledge and the proper tools, and they are interesting to use.


Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 15:28:56 [Preview] No.11829 del
You could always use an old machine as a serial terminal to a Linux box. Serial-to-USB adapters also exist, which would make it a bit more accessible hardware-wise. You would lose the benefits of UTF-8 but probably far easier than nigger rigging a pre-vga monitor to a modern machine. You could even set up your own dial-up interface if you are brave.

Personally I have an old Pentium 1 era machine with an old CRT (has ISA slots so I could feasibly do monochrome/cga if I had the card + monitor) running FreeDOS for something like that. It uses 10base ethernet and Telnet to a 15+ year old headless Linux box though because I am lazy and have the hardware laying around. I mostly use it for writing since I really like the capacitive switch AT keyboard I have for it. A friend of mine does the same with a 486 and a raspi.


Anonymous 12/01/2017 (Fri) 17:56:58 [Preview] No.11830 del
>>11829
I'm really liking the DEC terminals. The VT520 is still being made by Boundless. Think I'll just drop a little extra money for the 520. I have an Rpi2b. FreeBSD works with all the hardware before rpi3. I'm running OpenBSD (I know, de raadt is giant dickhead) on a librebooted x60, so this terminal is mainly for kicks. Plus I don't think I've actually seen mono in person. I remember seeing color terminals in the library as a little kid, but never mono.



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Major update Anonymous 11/22/2017 (Wed) 05:28:06 [Preview] No. 11785 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Hey /tech/, I've updated the list. Many changes (I did no changelog, sorry):
https://gist.githubusercontent.com/anonymous/e278380ef6f2eddcfa5d18cbbdd161d3/raw/7a8bbc80d560ac50162550b0b9e0d82fdcba6fc3/gistfile1.txt

Any comments are welcome.
Let's wait for "Endwall" to update. If you want to spread it to other communities, please post it here too, so we can keep following the criticism and improving it.

As for the other thread ( >>11660 ), I'll share my 'research' (nothing big, really) on this thread, but there's too many information to put on the list, so I thought it would be better to just discuss it here first.
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Anonymous 11/23/2017 (Thu) 17:21:13 [Preview] No.11790 del
I have nothing to say, only to tell that I am lurking.


Anonymous 11/23/2017 (Thu) 19:50:52 [Preview] No.11791 del
That's weird, I thought I posted this already.

Anyway, your mime type is wrong. Very good otherwise.

https://a.pomf.cat/ezuqtc.html


Anonymous 11/23/2017 (Thu) 19:55:20 [Preview] No.11792 del
>>11791
Cool.
If anyone reading want to share it on other imageboards, go ahead...


Endwall 11/23/2017 (Thu) 20:52:12 [Preview] No.11793 del
>>11785

I've updated the hidden service :

http://hjvx7xg3n4ejezmh.onion/

I did this last night when I saw the post but it looks like I copied the file into the wrong directory, because I checked it in the morning and it was the old page. The new page up now, looks good, for the most part, good work.


Anonymous 11/23/2017 (Thu) 22:51:14 [Preview] No.11794 del
>>11793
Nice. Thanks you 'Endwall'.