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 No.7759[Reply]

Hello tech, does anyone here know of a way to bypass public VPN/TOR blocks, such as those used on 4chan and wikipedia? It must be technically possible no? Any other anonymizing software that might not be blocked?
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 No.7916

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>>7913
A Tor bridge? Like Meek Azure or Obfs4? Those are for disguising you at the entry node, not the exit node.
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 No.8077

>>7916
OP's talking about exit node blocks

>>7759
Put a proxy at the end of Tor. I sometimes even use web proxies from within Tor Browser.
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 No.8085

>>8077
>Put a proxy at the end of Tor. I sometimes even use web proxies from within Tor Browser.
Based, what proxies do you use? For using wikipedia with TOR should I hire out a dedicated IP proxy with BTC or something? Or does that completely defeat the purpose of using TOR circuits dedicated for use with a single account?
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 No.8087

>>7759
>>7762
I don't know why this didn't occur to me before, but you should be able to use 4chan through Tor if you use a 4chan Pass. Which requires money. It can be paid for with crypto, but CURIOUSLY not Monero.
I probably wouldn't give money to 4chan though. But it's a way to get around rangebans and shit, people use it to use rare VPNs that have permabans on them so they can get North Korea or China flags on /pol/
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 No.8104

>>7916
She has oppai


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 No.8053[Reply]

Discussion of automated bots and scripts.

Hello comrade wizards of /tech/ I am making a thread to seek advice regarding the implementation of simple bots and scripts to simulate user actions. Our team has been experimenting with simple bots ran using tamper monkey, and we are looking to learn more. Please share with us your arcane knowledge in the field of bots, scripts, and sock puppets. And use this thread to discuss anything related in general o7
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 No.8058

>>8057
How do you get those americans to do bot-like mass actions on order?
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 No.8063

Bump
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 No.8074

>>8053
>Our team
Glows
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 No.8083

>>8074
you should infiltrate it then, can't get v& if u hide in the honeypot :' )

Seriously though this info should be useful to any communist interested in information warfare. I'm not asking for personal info or something. Seeing as this is /tech/ I would ask you kindly that you reply in earnest if you may
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 No.8096

>>8083
Is it troubling you that seeing as this is /tech/ you would ask I kindly that I reply in earnest if I may?


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 No.8071[Reply]

Friendship ended with AGPL. Now SSPL is my favorite copyleft license.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Side_Public_License
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 No.8072

>In October 2018, the MongoDB database was released under the SSPL. The Debian, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux distributions subsequently dropped MongoDB, citing concerns about the SSPL.
Reveals who is a friend and who is a foe.
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 No.8079

>>8072
What do you mean? SSPL is literally free as in free labour.


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 No.8043[Reply]

What's the hip new way to download from spotify?

All my songs are in my liked playlist so I can't just copy paste the url into a downloader


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 No.8026[Reply]

Spin off from >>7090
Right now we're under threat of big tech companies finding loopholes on the GPL to take out software and make it closed source without giving anything back and because the FSF is staffed by corporate stooges once Stallman dies we're at their mercy.
We also need to promote the use of copyleft licenses and dissuade people from using permissive licenses.

What is there left to do?
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 No.8028

we need a new license, since the GPL is (as good as it is) still too much of a liberal and idealistic license. consider a license which is based on GPLv3, but which also provides that the software cannot under any circumstances be turned into a commodity or a capital, and must (whether in original or modified form) be not only "free as in freedom" but also "free as in free association of producers" and also "free as in free healthcare". in other words, a license which communizes software, making it the common right of the workers of the world.
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 No.8030

I don't like the framing around "giving back" as it misleads from the issue Free Software is trying to solve. In case you are not aware, nowhere in the GPL or the four freedoms is "giving back" present. If you receive a software under the terms of the GPL and modify it, you don't have to make your modifications available to the person who gave you the original software. You do have to make it available to those who use your version of the software. If you send your modified program to a friend, you have send the modified code to them. But you don't have to publish it. Your friend could publish it, and you can't stop them from doing it, but they don't have to do it either.

I have the suspicion that most posters here wouldn't agree with the Free Software philosophy if they actually read what Stallman wrote.
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 No.8032

Start with Affero provisions. Service in place of software is a very serious threat to user freedom and with Google's monopolistic take over of web development they're trying to turn all computing into web.
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 No.8033

Parity License seems good, dunno if it'll work legally in burgerland though
https://paritylicense.com/
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 No.8035

GPL was defeated when cloud computing and SaaSS became practical for most things. Anything less than AGPLv3 or EUPL is the same as the MIT license. But those aren't perfect either. Something like Parity License is better, but I don't think it would hold up legally. So our best would be to have AGPLv4 drafted while Stallman is still there to oversee it.
If you're a burger, it's imperative that you support the Right to Repair movement both nationally and in your state. The northeast coast has the strongest presence for it.
Open hardware development should be prioritized. This is an important piece to stopping the "proprietary streaming brick" dystopia that is being built.
It is also important to make federated versions of everything you can (under an AGPL-like license of course) as well as mobile apps for using them.


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 No.2708[Reply]

Para todos los hispanohablantes:

http://5mb6sawho6khkztj.onion/
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 No.4457

>>2708
Muchisimas gracias hermano
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 No.4458

>>2708
How do I join? Do I even join? What do I do?
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 No.4619

>>2711

I double down on this
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 No.7988

>>2708
Whats this? onion seems to be down
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 No.7972[Reply]

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 No.7991

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 No.7992

Youtube content for children is genuinely horrific.
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 No.7994

>>7990
This is why I will raise my kids on DVDs of Sesame Street and Wonder Showzen
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 No.7995

This is what capitalist degeneracy looks like. No care, no morality, only the need to suck out views and money, even from kids.
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 No.8193

>>7995
this, basically just neuromarketers making content optimized to captivate young infants with almost no work involved, in order to maximize adbuxxx
thanks capitalism, your ability to innovate new ways to exploit people for profit is unmatched !


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 No.7993[Reply]

Exploiting vulnerabilities in Cellebrite UFED and Physical Analyzer from an app's perspective
https://signal.org/blog/cellebrite-vulnerabilities/
MOXIE POST BINARIES OR STFU LIBERAL


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 No.7955[Reply]

This is exactly the kind of "solutions" I expect from Silicon Valley's greatest minds.
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 No.7963

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>micro-level algorithmic management of worker's bodies.
Taylorism but cringier
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 No.7964

>>7963
the guillotine is too good for bezos.
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 No.7968

I feel bad for Amazon employees and Americans in general.
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 No.7970

>>7955
Marx's chapter on machines never considered the full body workouts of amazon im extremely skeptical this is even possible, the work in a warehouse isn't exactly circuit training
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 No.7971

99 % of this banal idea is already implemented in Germany due to initiative from the workers. The idea is older than Amazon and depending on the resolution of your model, you might be able to do this with pencil and paper. Within the warehouse, there are tasks where you run around a lot and tasks where you don't walk much and use your arms instead. Your working hours get split between these task types. Within the type, you can differentiate more: Some tasks require heavy lifting (unloading the boxes from the trucks), some tasks require more nimble moves (pulling things out of the boxes); and there's also symmetry to consider: At some receive stations you pull the boxes from the conveyor belt to your left and put the contents on something to your right, on some stations it's the other way around; you should do both. Likewise the symmetry thing exists with pulling things from carts and putting them into boxes to send to customers. And the tasks that have you run around a lot differ in how much of that is climbing stairs.

I'm certain people had that idea (and acted on it) already a century ago. No need to suck Bezos' cock for that "innovation" or to become a hysterical luddite over that.


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 No.7734[Reply]

Signal decided to include a payment mechanism in their app based on some obscure cryptocoin which is located in the British virgin islands, a known tax heaven.

Them hiding their server commits for over a year sure makes sense now
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 No.7809

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>>7761
Imagine shilling telegram.
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 No.7821

It's a matter of which glowies are preferred, the choice of chat apps and ilk, so best stick to the old technology that works or what others in this thread already said.
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 No.7826

Just use XMPP for chatting with people directly and Matrix for group chats. XMPP is proven and reliable and completely open.
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 No.7853

>>7761
lol ahahahahahhahahahhahaha
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 No.7947

>>7806
use session


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