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 No.43[Reply]

Almost all Linux users are slaves to repositories meanwhile Windows users can download an .exe file and get the latest version, bleeding edge beta version, or an ancient version of whatever software then want if they have the .exe .

We literally have made habit of frequently changing OS's just to get software we find effective. Solutions have been offered such as distro agnostic pack managers like flatpak and snap, and tools like appimage. However they are primarily ignored in favor of ancient tools like apt-get and .deb.

In Debian/Ubuntu's case apt-get should continue to exist for people who want it and how it saves a lot of space. But developers should be encouraged to take advantage of flatpak and appimage and even tar.gz bundles to prevent software from being chained to particular distros.

 No.46

flatpak and appimage aren't optimized for your machine. They, like exe, are bloated because they self contain the libraries, which means you wind up wasting a lot of storage space for redundancies.

Your first paragraph is pants on head though.


 No.47

no sheit


 No.48

Uss command line and stop pretending Linux is good because you’re le elite, Linux is for megabrains, not for you stinky brainlet


 No.105

You're a massive faggot as usual OP

>Changing OS to get software

>Flatpak and snap are good

You're literally just a retard, the trend of making GNU/Linux more accessable for non-wizards is cancer. Why do you even use linux in the first place? Learn more and git gud, I suggest doing LFS as a fun learning experience.




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I'm trying to do natas(a very basic ctf) on overthewire and I need to make some notes

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natas10, now it's filtering out those lol


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challenge: https://www.root-me.org/en/Challenges/Network/Bluetooth-Unknown-file

solution:

1. download .bin file, open it in wireshark

2. go to wireless-bluetooth-device

3. image shown below


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>>102

as stated in example

it should be 0C:B3:19:B9:4F:C6GT-S7390G


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>>103

go to sha1-online.com




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 No.101[Reply]

>Zip Slip is a widespread arbitrary file overwrite critical vulnerability, which typically results in remote command execution. It was discovered and responsibly disclosed by the Snyk Security team ahead of a public disclosure on 5th June 2018, and affects thousands of projects, including ones from HP, Amazon, Apache, Pivotal and many more (CVEs and full list here) . Of course, this type of vulnerability has existed before, but recently it has manifested itself in a much larger number of projects and libraries.

https://github.com/snyk/zip-slip-vulnerability

https://snyk.io/research/zip-slip-vulnerability



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Just saw this WiFi hacking tool on twitter and the creator said he would release the code some time later

Guess it’s just a weak password guessing thingy?

https://twitter.com/pwnagotchi

 No.28

i haven't brute forced a wifi in quite a few years. how long does it take these days, or is it about the same?


 No.29

Less than 1 second if it’s a default password and it’s not rare I guess


 No.99

it just captures handshakes, you need to export and run them through hashcat manually.




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 No.40[Reply]

let's say how many books in the chart have you finished yet

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>>52

I'd been on the fence about Liu, but you've given me the final push to give him a shot.


 No.55

Liu represents the top tier Chinese incel culture


 No.56

>>55

From Wikipedia:

"Liu is married and has a daughter. His wife and daughter almost never read his works."

LoL, I'll still give 'im a shot.


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>>51

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfect_Imperfection

This is so original, it's a shame you can't read this.


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>>97

Shit, that looks pretty interesting, too. Oh well, some fruit just isn't meant to be picked.




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 No.62[Reply]

Charts archive from halfchan

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 No.94

thank you, anon


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Botnet history from botnets the killer webapp

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Summary


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 No.53[Reply]

Putting together my Raspberry Pi 3 with a case and a screen, making it a functional skiddie tool. What should I do with it?

I’ve had this for some years but apparently after I invested in vps it has no use to me anymore.

Inb4 into the trash it goes

 No.57

install gentoo


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Have fun




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 No.39[Reply]

What's the point of it if you still use this kind of captcha? I'm talking about endchan

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assholery




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 No.38[Reply]

this site is really interesting

https://learn.adafruit.com/

and hackaday too but this is more about tutorials



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 No.36[Reply]

anyone checked about this project?

https://github.com/spacehuhn/esp8266_deauther

>Scan for WiFi devices, block selected connections, create dozens of networks and confuse WiFi scanners

there are available devices made with screen that costs about $12-$30

and i found a video that demonstrates about how to flash the nodemcu board and make your own deauther: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKhSlIYQ5jA

(only costs $3)

>It is not a frequency jammer as claimed falsely by many people. Its attack, its method and how to protect against it is described above. It uses valid Wi-Fi frames described in the IEEE 802.11 standard and doesn't block or disrupt any frequencies.

more info about the mechanism behind it can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi_deauthentication_attack

and the project wiki should also be helpful: https://github.com/spacehuhn/esp8266_deauther/wiki/Installation

im thinking about making one by my own following with the video shown above

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 No.37

>spacehuhn's youtube channel

https://www.youtube.com/user/g0ldk/videos




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Previous threads: [ https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/text/%2Fcyb%2F%20%2Fsec%2F/type/op/ ]

THE CYPHERPUNK MANIFESTO: [ https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html ]

Last thread: [>>72405365]

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/cyb/erpunk [24 AUG 2019]

The Cyberpunk Manifesto: [ http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/cyberpunk_manifesto.html ]

The alt.cyberpunk FAQ (V5.27) [ ftp://50.31.112.231/pub/Alt_Cyberpunk_FAQ_V5_preview27.htm ]

What is cyberpunk?: [ https://pastebin.com/pmn9vzWZ ]

Cyberpunk directory (Communities/IRC and other resources): [ https://pastebin.com/AJYry5NH ]

Cyberpunk media (Recommended cyberpunk fiction): [ https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx ]

The cyberdeck: [ https://pastebin.com/7fE4BVBg ]

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/sec/urity [24 AUG 2019]

The Crypto Anarchist Manifesto: [ https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/crypto-anarchy.html ]

The Hacker Manifesto: [ http://phrack.org/issues/7/3.html ]

The Guerilla Open Access Manifesto: [ https://archive.org/stream/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto/Goamjuly2008_djvuPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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MG - mg.lol/blog

notdan - medium.com/@notdan

ippsec - youtube.com/c/ippsec

zer0pwn - zero.lol

Orange Tsai - blog.orange.tw

ThugCrowd - thugcrowd.com




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