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 No.8375[Reply]

https://blog.qualys.com/vulnerabilities-research/2021/01/26/cve-2021-3156-heap-based-buffer-overflow-in-sudo-baron-samedit

This exploit was sexy, implementation was neat. bug was obvious. I am immensely jealous.
What do you guys think about it?


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 No.8325[Reply]

What's this about a Chinese satellite being out of control? Sounds like a dumb hoax.
http://orbit.ing-now.com/3dlaunch/payload/data/2021-035/
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 No.8326

>>8325
I thought there new rocket broke down or smth
Thats not really rare
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 No.8331

>>8325
A rocket China launched went into orbit but the launcher also accidentally went into orbit and will fall down within the next two weeks. It's pretty big, but it's not gonna come down and nuke a country. It'll likely catch fire on reentry and debris will fall into the ocean. There's still a possibility of it hitting civilization though.
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 No.8363

I bet everyone's making a fuss about something that happens often because this time it's Chinese.


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 No.1126[Reply]

Wobbly is a workplace organising platform, being designed and prototyped by a small voluntary team of developers. It’s a communication and coordination tool, with structures and processes modelled on the IWW’s organising style (hence the name, coming from the IWW nickname). We’re creating a space for energetic, powerful, and democratic unions to win struggles, grow.

https://notesfrombelow.org/article/an-introduction-to-wobbly

https://github.com/Wobbly-App
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 No.1139

Interesting. Crosspost to /leftypol/?
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 No.1169

>>1136
yeah it looks kinda dead
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 No.1201

Here's the code for the programmers here:
https://github.com/Wobbly-App
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 No.8360

bump
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 No.8361

Does the IWW know about this? Are they on board with it?


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 No.8295[Reply]

Sometimes while using the onion website it says my posts are flood for dozens of minutes on end.
Could you possibly fix that?
Is there something i should do to fix that?
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 No.8296

whenever someone is using the TOR node to spam it counts towards the specific connections post limit(to prevent flooding). So it's likely you're trying to make one post after someone tried to use it to spam and you hit the same limit.
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 No.8298

When I tried visiting this site from Tor it just said that I am not allowed to do that.
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 No.8320

>>8298
You have to use the onion address. Exit nodes are blocked because they are insecure.


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 No.2900[Reply]

I know that if I run my own instance of searx is the most private way to search things up. But what about public instances of searx like search.snopyta.org, are they any safer than just using pure duckduckgo? Because I am still trusting a 3 party with my data, the only other advantage that I see using a public instance of searx is that is completely open source. Are there any other positives?
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 No.8017

>>2901
I feel like google has really gone downhill lately, like they keep giving me results they think I want instead of what I ask for. Idk maybe it's me
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 No.8078

>>7878
Elliptic curve cryptography has, to my knowledge, no special weakness that makes it easy for quantum computers to break it.
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 No.8082

Considering that DuckDuckGo is shit now, i'd like to ask: is there any advantage in using this in DuckDuckGo's place in your everyday browser? Or are the advantages exclusively Tor related?
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 No.8212

>>2903
>A privacy-based proxy for Google search
>We do measure overall traffic numbers and some other – strictly anonymous – statistics. These stats may include the number of times our service is accessed by a certain operating system, a type of browser, a language, etc.
>In order to enable the prevention of click fraud, some non-identifying system information is shared
>>8017
https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-09-leaked-memos-prove-google-is-a-massive-criminal-enterprise-felony-election-meddling-and-racketeering.html
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 No.8317

privacytools.io's searx recently went down and the public one's up rn look mad limited: https://searx.space/
Wtf is one to do now bros?


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 No.8249[Reply]

How is Telegram? I've been seeing RT shilling it as a Twitter alternative. Is there a major Left presence there?
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 No.8259

>>8258
Posts that glow in the dark.
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 No.8287

>>8259
Letting perfect security be the enemy of good security is glow
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 No.8291

>>8287
For the last time I'm not using your honeypots like Signal or Telegram when XMPP exists.
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 No.8297

>>8291
>>8251
no one uses xmpp, and it doesnt have cryptography natively….
not all implementations integrate with omemo and its ass and ugly and annoying, plus again no one uses it
Whats the problem with Signal? also there's p2p fork of Signal… not a great idea but also federated servers take effort so i guess for most people centralized makes sense here, its not optimal but fr what did Signal do to compromise security? they do real e2ee that is supposedly authenticated on each client, and its open source afaik so whats the deal
no matter what your metadata is fucked pretty much
also xmpp is federated too… so its also kinda ass for that
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 No.8314

What about Session?


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 No.8234[Reply]

>tfw you will have degoogle your car in a few years

Is there a way out of this nightmare?
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 No.8257

>>8254
It's a mixed bag. Where I live, the public transportation is fairly reliable, you just have to live in the city. In the surrounding towns and country, the bus comes once every hour at best.
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 No.8267

>>8234
>Is there a way out of this nightmare?
A lot of people would die
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 No.8268

>>8267
>surveilance capitalism or barbarism, no inbetween
Take out that flag.
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 No.8273

>>8268
the path to revolution and revolution are both paved with the blood of innocents

are you a cringe reformist?
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 No.8301

>>8241
What bus?
>>8244
What train?

t. American


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 No.833[Reply]

I used to go in incognito, but now wapo, NYT, etc, aren't allowing that. How do you do it?
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 No.1786

>>836
>Some times you can even just stop the webpage download and it will load the text but not the wall.
On such sites you also use the "inspect element" tool of your browser to remove the paywall HTML nodes.
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 No.7880

>>963
>>1097
these and waybackmachine + google cache
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 No.7883

>>963
A nice thing about the archive.is solution is that you can share the link with other people, and then discuss a given article without explaining to everybody how to bypass paywalls.
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 No.8289

>>833
emacs (elfeed) rss reader mao
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 No.8290

>I used to go in incognito


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 No.8160[Reply]

"google disabled my account that i used to make my folder with educational content on Palestine"
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 No.8161

hopefully you don't get vanned
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 No.8205

Fuck, I guess I gotta delete some of my commie shit from Drive too. Fuck fuck fuck
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 No.8206

last month google won a 4 billion shekel bid to build big data for Israel, i guess silencing Palestinian voices was part of the deal.
>>8161
op should be fine, but probably shouldn't travel to Israel, maybe op could bump this thread once a week to let us know about his personal safety
>>8205
Yeah maybe stop using the corporate cloud altogether, it's turning into hostile territory. The Palestinian cause used to be a human rights issue, if their algorithms now think that's terrorism they are pretty far gone already.
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 No.8269

>>8160
The true path is to have a dynamic IP, back up the files, and continually upload it every time you get banned on a new account. If they rangeban your whole ISP you have won, this means two big corporations grinding against one another


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 No.7617[Reply]

RIP
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 No.7639

>>7626
Damn, I wish it was lainchan
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 No.8260

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Looks like you got played OP
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 No.8261

>>8260
>Just a joke brah
yeah
I am pretty sure its just that haha
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 No.8263

>>7628
This person may be a a bit of a schizo but most of their technology articles seem alright
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 No.8264

>>8260
having a genuine existential crisis as an april fools joke


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