SCHISCHKA got a reaction from GreyBoy in TAILS a private linux based OS.
Why use TOR? because you're a pedophile who lives in 2013.
It has many vulnerabilities which are being released every day from USA's cyber arsenal leaks.
TOR will not protect your privacy if the ISP you use is connected to your home address, CC, or bank.
The authorities run their own nodes, darknet servers, and take over the ones they bust.
Its better to promote a VPN service for privacy than attract the attention of hackers and authorities on the TOR network.
Write a TOR tutorial if you want but, theres already plenty and by the time you have finished writing, it will be outdated.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from Calling John in 2.4GHz Running @60Mbps - 5.0GHz Running @100Mbps (my internet speed)
Your link speed has been downgraded. Disconnect all devices. Turn off 5ghz band. Connect one device that you know can do max speed. Does it work now?
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from ScubaSteve404 in "Linux, OS X and Everything Not-Windows" Subforum
"Turnip" is not a bad idea. People might get lost but it would avoid the daily poll that gets started about which linux distro is best.
i think it could just be called "NOT Windows systems"
I voted for Turnip.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in Experiences with non-techies
Saw this on part picker for a phanteks CPU cooler. I'm not sure if their English is the greatest. I don't think any cooler could save a CPU from a plastic shim
I love this product, even when I made the mistake of leaving the sticker on my heatsink and placing it over the CPU with the thermal paste, I would get temps of 100C before it would reach 100% but if it wasn't for this Phanteks cooler my CPU would have melted.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from The Benjamins in Files Over Direct Ethernet
Above is a conversation about cables, if the computers have gigabit nics, or were made in the last 10 years then there is a high chance you can just connect them direct with a cable.
After connecting cable, assign each NIC manually an ip in the same subnet. e.g.
Then, if you are using windows you can use Windows built-in file sharing;
if you are using linux or bsd you can use rsync.
You can use rsync in windows too but i dont want to explain that.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from razaldo in Samsung's component division will make more money off the iPhone X than the Galaxy S8
you assume the money goes to shareholders and re-investment in new technology. This shit is all lawyer profit. The money goes into paying off ex-wives, new swimming pools, yachts, coke, and hookers.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from Tsuki in FireFox 57 is now FireFox Quantum. Mozilla boasts massive performance and GUI improvements
Iv been using it for about two weeks. works a lot better than any browser plugin because it covers all devices. I keep adnauseum running because it's icon tells me how many ads it is blocking. In two weeks pi-hole has let through 100 adverts that were caught by adnauseum, but when I look into adnauseum's ad-vault, the "ads" are just normal pictures from facebook.
Before you ask pi-hole does not appear to be blocking ads on youtube, but youtube has been pretty good lately at removing ads with its adpocolypse anyway.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from vanished in Multi-Booting
keep Kali on a live cd. its sucks installed. If there is software you like in this distribution you will find you can get it in ubuntu/debian.
Common process for multiboot is to install windows first, then your other systems, then ubuntu last as it will autodetect all other systems.
look up the grub entry in debian wiki for instructions on how to manually add systems.
It is more practical to put androidx86 on usb drive.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from NinJake in Firefox freezes and is being annoying af again
You were baiting a crash with so many pages open.
There may be a way to dig into Mozilla files to find the history database, I have never tried.
If you do manage to find where Firefox keeps its history you might want to clear your cache and cookies. This can make Firefox faster and more stable.
There's two plugins, one from the electronic frontier foundation for blocking tracking, the other is no script. This will stop pages loaded with ads crashing your browser. I have a slow laptop and many news sites are unusable unless I cripple the scripts and tracking.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from Daniel Z. in Help me crack this code
three symbols in sets of three, ternary in binary would be two symbols in sets of two, or three symbols but not in sets of three.
I do not think it is binary.
if the sets of three = one decoded character then there is a library here of 81 3 * 3 * 3 = 27 possible combinations.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from leadeater in Two Servers 1 with mysql database on it
Iptables is not the mad beast that some articles portray it as. It is very straightforward if you have a few examples saved for reference.
When you add rules to iptables they get cleared on boot, annoying but it is really handy when you lock yourself out experimenting on a headless server.
Im going to assume you are using a debian based distribution.
All commands below need to be executed as root/admin/sude/super user.
First thing you need to do is execute the following to save your current rules:.
iptables-save > /etc/iptables.rules
if you execute iptables-save on its own it will print out all your rules to screen.
Execute this every time you are happy with the changes you have made to iptables.
Next is to have the rules restored on boot in /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptablesload put the following script, and make the script executable with chmod +x /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptablesload
This is the very basic stuff done.
here is the debian wiki for reference https://wiki.debian.org/iptables
For adding rules it goes in the pattern:
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 3306 -s 192.168.IP.ADRESSHERE -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 3306 -j DROP
The above accepts tcp traffic from port 3306 and the IP supplied but drops from everywhere else. Do some tests that it works and then execute iptables-save > /etc/iptables.rules to save.
SCHISCHKA got a reaction from PanteaDropper in Why does Vishera suck?
this diagram represents one bulldozer "unit".
One unit is TWO cores, so a 8-core FX will have four of these.
You can see that the two cores is a lie. One FX unit is really two integer units sharing resources and instruction pipline with one floating point unit.
Games use more floats than integers, which is why FX perform so badly in games, and why a 8core FX is equivalent to a quad core i5.
AMD was a bit misguided. They thought software would have more FPU calculations offloaded to the GPU, and they thought if they threw an extra integer core into every unit they could increase the clock rate. They were successful in increasing the clock rate as FX has the overclock record, they were just naive in thinking where software would go.