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Tip Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 23:08:16 [Preview] No. 11660 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I did a correlation between the major Ad networks and have found that they converge to unique autonomous networks used for this purpose. Can you guess who controls it?

In order:
1. AS16509
2. AS15169
3. AS14618
4. AS54113
5. AS13335
6. AS14061

You can look for yourself on radb.net or using whois(1).
If you want to block those, use this command and put on your router firewall:

$ whois -h whois.radb.net -- '-i origin ASxxxxx' | grep ^route
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Anonymous 11/06/2017 (Mon) 03:57:10 [Preview] No. 11680 del
Make a blog post somewhere, like neocities, then self link on hackernews and plebbit, watch it becomes news


Anonymous 11/06/2017 (Mon) 04:11:28 [Preview] No. 11681 del
>>11680
Oh, and archive everything, make multiple redundant backups. Use P2P like IPFS and bittorrent to keep-alive.
Know thy enemy


Anonymous 11/06/2017 (Mon) 08:36:23 [Preview] No. 11684 del
http://www.bgplookingglass.com/list-of-autonomous-system-numbers
From this website here's what I got:

AS16509 AMAZON-02 - Amazon.com, Inc.
AS15169 GOOGLE - Google Inc.
AS14618 AMAZON-AES - Amazon.com, Inc.
AS54113 FASTLY - Fastly
AS13335 CLOUDFLARENET - CloudFlare, Inc.
AS14061 DIGITALOCEAN-ASN - Digital Ocean, Inc.

Also saw this:
AS54115 FACEBOOK-CORP - Facebook Inc
AS32934 FACEBOOK - Facebook, Inc.

AS54128 POKEMON-BELLEVUE - The Pokemon Company International, Inc.

>>11668

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Anonymous 11/06/2017 (Mon) 09:48:43 [Preview] No. 11685 del
>>11684
>From this website here's what I got: [...]
They don't have only those. There's dozens of others AS. I will report my "research" this week, with all the things I've found...
The asiainfra is not important, btw, I found things more important than that, such as a huge overlap between microsoft networks (holded by as-microsoft, as-microsofteu and AS-HOTMAIL on radb.net) and the China Telecom, the biggest internet provider of China. Also, facebook owns very few servers. All the traffic is on Akamai, not on facebook (look at the revenue from Amazon and compare with Facebook).


Anonymous 11/07/2017 (Tue) 19:32:42 [Preview] No. 11716 del
(2.43 MB list.pdf)
>>11684
autism



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Electronics Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 16:48:52 [Preview] No. 11652 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This thread is for discussion about electronics and other related topics.

Literature to get you started in the hobby of electronics:
Getting Started in Electronics Forrest Mims III
The Art of Electronics by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill

Is reading literature not something you enjoy doing? You can learn about electronics by watching many of electronics YouTube channels instead:
eevblog
mikeselectricstuff
w2aew
Mr Calrson's Lab
Kerry Wong
Marco Reps

Interested in creating a PCB?
Visit http://kicad-pcb.org/ install KiCad EDA software (GPL) and read "Getting Started" guide.

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Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 17:59:52 [Preview] No. 11655 del
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Pic related is my AVR dev board I've made last weekend, as I got tired breadboarding microcontroller every time I wanted to experiment with it. How's my layout and soldering? On the bottom of the board I've added +5v and GND header rails for easy access.


Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 20:38:13 [Preview] No. 11657 del
I was actually working on a simple irrigation system which is quite literally a relay hooked up to a 9 volt battery that will open or close a valve using GPIO pins but it turns out the water pressure was too much for the valve... I'll post pictures once I get a new one in the mail.


Anonymous 11/04/2017 (Sat) 14:56:40 [Preview] No. 11664 del
>>11655
hell yeah! noice!

If you end up building a lot of this stuff, check out Kynar, also known as wire-wrapping wire, as an alternative to solid-core copper for the longer point-to-point connections on boards like that. It's a solid core 30AWG, so a smaller gauge, but very strong. I find it easier to work with, though it does need a little stripping tool (cheap) and a pair of needle-nosed pliers to take a little bit of insulation off the ends without mangling it.



Anonymous 11/02/2017 (Thu) 02:14:15 [Preview] No. 11645 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Why do you have colored blobs in your captcha when you could remove them with CSS?

#captchaImage {
filter: url("data:image/svg+xml,<svg xmlns=%22http://www.w3.org/2000/svg%22 height=%220%22><filter id=%22rmblobs%22><feColorMatrix type=%22matrix%22 values=%221 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0%22/></filter></svg>#rmblobs");
}


Anonymous 11/02/2017 (Thu) 18:07:49 [Preview] No. 11646 del
that looks like hacking

hacking is illegal here

thanks


Anonymous 11/03/2017 (Fri) 12:46:14 [Preview] No. 11649 del
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Honestly pretty neat. Had no idea CSS could do that.



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Otter Browser (Pre) RC 2 released Anonymous 11/02/2017 (Thu) 21:40:03 [Preview] No. 11648 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Second release candidate has been released!
Please note that we have not entered feature freeze yet, some stuff will still go in but we are going to focus on improving stability and fixing issues from now on.

Most important changes since RC 1:
- improved support for styling tab bar text;
- added support for deleting User Scripts in Addons Manager;
- restored inline URLs completion;
- added action for peeking tab contents;
- multiple bug fixes and stability improvements.

https://otter-browser.org/



Anonymous 11/01/2017 (Wed) 15:42:34 [Preview] No. 11641 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
http://time.com/4998189/iphone-x-privacy-apple/

I can't wait to get my new iphone.


Anonymous 11/01/2017 (Wed) 18:09:19 [Preview] No. 11642 del
>>11641
I am typing this on a Macbook Pro right now.

I trust Apple more than Google and Microsoft, and I have been using their products for quite some time and have been pleasantly surprised each and every time. They make their product usage extremely straightforward and simple, and it saves me time whenever I need to accomplish tasks.



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Acrobat Reader Alternative Anonymous 04/25/2017 (Tue) 08:35:05 [Preview] No. 8388 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Are there any alternatives for browsing pdfs in browser that don't require Adobe Acrobat? The main problem is having to allow it each time in Firefox because it's apparently not secure.
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Anonymous 05/02/2017 (Tue) 03:59:30 [Preview] No. 8428 del
You could technically open it in photoshop. Pdfs take forever to open no matter what you use.


Anonymous 05/02/2017 (Tue) 22:43:40 [Preview] No. 8434 del
>>8428
>Pdfs take forever to open no matter what you use.
mupdf takes about 0.25s to open a ~4000 page pdf.


Anonymous 05/05/2017 (Fri) 10:14:55 [Preview] No. 8440 del
>>8427
It's for work and they come in from corporate, so for better or worse I'm not too concerned about potential security issues with them. I couldn't tell you the last time I used a pdf for anything on my personal BEAST!


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Anonymous 10/31/2017 (Tue) 08:32:51 [Preview] No. 11633 del
Bumping good threda



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cracking Anonymous 07/05/2017 (Wed) 15:25:48 [Preview] No. 8853 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

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Anonymous 07/09/2017 (Sun) 04:04:42 [Preview] No. 8884 del
Can you post anything specially focused on smartphones?


Anonymous 10/31/2017 (Tue) 00:32:06 [Preview] No. 11631 del
Bumping good threda


Anonymous 10/31/2017 (Tue) 03:06:59 [Preview] No. 11632 del



Requirements for Secure Clock Synchronization Anonymous 10/20/2017 (Fri) 04:12:22 [Preview] No. 11578 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.05798

This paper establishes a fundamental theory of secure clock synchronization. Accurate clock synchronization is the backbone of systems managing power distribution, financial transactions, telecommunication operations, database services, etc. Some clock synchronization (time transfer) systems, such as the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), are based on one-way communication from a master to a slave clock. Others, such as the Network Transport Protocol (NTP), and the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP), involve two-way communication between the master and slave. This paper shows that all one-way time transfer protocols are vulnerable to replay attacks that can potentially compromise timing information. A set of conditions for secure two-way clock synchronization is proposed and proved to be necessary and sufficient. It is shown that IEEE 1588 PTP, although a two-way synchronization protocol, is not compliant with these conditions, and is therefore insecure. Requirements for secure IEEE 1588 PTP are proposed, and a second example protocol is offered to illustrate the range of compliant systems.
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Anonymous 10/21/2017 (Sat) 09:33:26 [Preview] No. 11586 del
>>11584
How would using a known buggy insecure clusterfuck like OpenSSL be any better?


Anonymous 10/21/2017 (Sat) 09:35:43 [Preview] No. 11587 del
>>11586
m8, I think that was the bait, and you figuratively took it


Anonymous 10/21/2017 (Sat) 16:29:52 [Preview] No. 11588 del
>>11585
>the proposal doesn't provide one speck of code or mitigations for other forms of attack across the net.
Apparently I gave you too much credit when I assumed you had at least read the abstract. I guess you didn't even do that. Or couldn't, because of your poor English.

Once again, you're crying about something you're apparently incapable of understanding. You're fucking worthless.


Anonymous 10/30/2017 (Mon) 14:02:06 [Preview] No. 11626 del
>>11581
Like reading an inane "paper" some pajeet scientist et al wrote up in latex is any better.


Anonymous 10/30/2017 (Mon) 14:54:02 [Preview] No. 11627 del
All I know is I haven't touched my personal clocks in fifteen years to adjust for daylight saving time, or any other reason.

And I haven't worn a watch for even longer.

To this day I still run across systems and organizations that are helpless without a highly payed technician onsite to adjust for DST, actively babysit routine time-clock synchronizations, etc.

The underlying (in)security aspects are important too but—man oh man—people still can't embrace the basics.



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How far can you get in solving their puzzles? Anonymous 10/17/2017 (Tue) 09:08:03 [Preview] No. 11569 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]