-------------TOR Link Dump -- Day 4-------------
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Today's random .onions:
>>hg5km4y37lgir6r3.onion --Ukranian rocket game
>>nope7beergoa64ih.onion/Infographics/Cooking/ --cooking infographics
Keep it legit or this thread will 404.
Nice, I've been on here for three nights. Links on that page are prime.
Mfw that game though
>Pizza, if you dont get in you must be retarded
any torr sites where an aspiring pentester can get to know the trade and make friends. The clearweb has so much shit to go through. I wish there was a down and dirty guide. Any help appreciated.
In return i can post nasty tits
I have about 50 more of these kinds, willing to trade. All OC for the most part.
Friend sent me the link and saving it as currency for sick neckbeards who can show me the way
Cool! Thanks bro! You get 3 nasty tits sir kek
Linux. If you are new to Linux, get Lubuntu or Linux Mint. Some people recommend Ubuntu, but it has bloatware, spyware, and a bad default desktop environment. The variants such as Lubuntu, Xubuntu, etc are best. Just go with Lubuntu or Linux Mint.
The advantage of Tor is privacy/anonymity. It's not for stuff like checking email and the like, that is linked to you anyway. It's just if you want to do stuff that you want to keep off the radar.
Links for HTS? Just Google foo will take me there?
A couple more and i'll post the imgue link with the cache of these sweet sweet eye sores kek
I didnt save them but I was in the last couple threads but laptop got raped in pooper
Here you goooo
From doing what? Tor isn't illegal unless you're in fucking North Korea or something. Using it can get you on a watchlist in the US, but chances are you're already on one. Millions of US citizens are. Just being an anon probably puts you on one. Just know that Tor is not perfectly secure so although it's a great tool, don't go fucking admitting to murder or something just because you're behind Tor. If you intend to use Tor for the deepweb, same thing. Nothing illegal about it unless you access illegal content. As long as you follow the instructions in the pic, especially enabling NoScript, you should be fine even if you do come across illegal content. Just don't go bragging to your friend about the fact that you accidentally stumbled upon naked 5 year olds.
I feel a 404 coming on, but here is my fav of the collection in return for the help.
Appreciate it b/romosexuals
Everything is in the pic I posted. Other than that just be smart. It's not only about using the software, it's about not being an idiot. Everything is pointless if you do all this in view of a security camera or if you tell your friend or if you use a compromised computer (i.e. a computer that cops or feds have had physical access to, or TSA if you've brought it with when flying, etc). Common sense is important. A few other things like file encryption are covered in the pic I posted but one thing I don't think is included is DBAN. If you ever need to securely wipe your hard drive so no data can be recovered, reinstalling the OS is not good enough. Use DBAN, either with the DoD 7-pass method (for pretty high security) or the 35-pass Gutman method (for very high security). Keep in mind the former will take about half a day or longer, the latter will take several days.
PHP is a serverside parsed scripting language
I mean you're baiting here right? Or you must be absolutely retarded.
To make some things clear:
These informations can ALSO read out using php or a combination of css and simple html.
because the idea behind Tor is that while thousands of users are all shifting IPs and locations and such, adding an extra layer of static of your shit makes you stick out.
and also it allows other in on what you're doing. which may or may not be very wise.
I'm not a tech expert by any means, but I know that using a VPN or a proxy service while on tor is a really stupid mistake.
the best way to use TOR is a truecrypted laptop with a Linux based OS and nothing tying you to that MAC address or laptop.
and don't use your own WiFi.
but that is the very best you can do with Tor.
Fonts can be disabled. Look at the fucking pic at the top of the thread. You can do it in about:config by setting gfx.downloadable_fonts.enabled to false.
Also, JS can do more than fingerprint your browser, dumbass. It can REAVEL YOUR FUCKING IP ADDRESS.
Mostly true except TrueCrypt is compromised, and it never even worked for full disk encryption with Linux. Instead, use dmcrypt/LUKS. Many Linux distros have a built in option for full disk encryption that you can set up during installation. I know Lubuntu does, that's what I use.
Also, although using public internet has its advantages, there are other risks like security cameras. There are advantages and disadvantages, but in my opinion, your best option is to use your home internet, but of course connect directly to your modem with ethernet rather than using wireless, that's more secure and preferred in general, not just for Tor
no JS cant, PHP can get your IP, but only your proxie or TOR exit node. JS can't do network related stuff, thats a fact. If not, show me code how it would be possible. Protip: you cant
Look into TAILS. I think you'll like it. You boot from CD and it only uses RAM, not your hard drive, and it deletes memory on shutdown. And it routes all internet traffic through Tor (unless you use 'unsafe browser').
>no JS cant
Fuck off, shill.
>show me code
I don't know the code because I don't fucking code in JS. Pretty much everyone that uses Tor knows that JS can reveal your IP address. It's common fucking knowledge.
If you have a need for it to be persistent, sure, but if you don't need that it's just another potential security risk. With strong enough encryption the risk is minor, yes, but I would be in favor of using a TAILS Live CD and then storing files on a flash drive encrypted with LUKS/dm-crypt
If you use a strong algorithm (i.e. 256-bit AES) and a strong passphrase (20+ characters letters, numbers, special characters, have letters in words swapped out for other characters, etc) then it shouldn't make much difference. TAILS and some other Linux distros come with the software pre-installed to encrypt drives with LUKS/dm-crypt, that's what I recommend using. Avoid TrueCrypt and Bitlocker, both are compromised. LUKS/dm-crypt is currently the most trustworthy. I would also recommend encrypting your entire hard disk, not just specific files. Some Linux distros have the option to encrypt your hard drive during installation.
I've run into issues trying to do full disk encryption with Lubuntu because of a glitch with swap space, if you run into that just turn off swapspace during installation before setting up full disk encryption. Open a terminal emulator by right clicking the background during installation and clicking terminal emulator, then you have to enter one of these two commands (forgot which, just enter both)
sudo swapoff --all
Don't worry about that unless it gives you an error related to swap space when you try to install with encryption.
Confirmed government shill
JS is known to have vulnerabilities in it's implementation that are discovered every now and then. This has already happened with the Tor Browser Bundle at least once and has been exploited by the US Gov in connection with the Freedom Hosting bust: https://blog.torproject.org/blog/tor-security-advisory-old-tor-browser-bundles-vulnerable
Why do you think that the NoScript extension comes with the Bundle by default? Now shut the fuck up, no one here actually believes your shit
I still think your data would be more secure without putting up red flags, anyways the government could already own quantum computers which theoretically could crack any encryption in mere seconds
>I still think your data would be more secure without putting up red flags,
Indeed, but I think it's more important to just encrypt your entire drive. If you encrypt specific files you could hide them in obscure directories where they are unlikely to be found.
>anyways the government could already own quantum computers which theoretically could crack any encryption in mere seconds
Right now quantum computers are nowhere near being powerful enough to crack encryption or even do something as simple as processing a text document. Of course governments might have more advanced quantum computers than we realize. Quantum-proof encryption algorithms are being developed though, look into SPHINCS. I don't know anything about it, if it's in use yet or if it's trustworthy or anything, but worth looking into.
http://stackoverflow.com/a/810461 For example.
Also, there are things such as Panopticlick, which work entirely on JS (and some plugins)
Websites like MSNBC, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo all use some subset of panopticlick tech.
>Avoid TrueCrypt and Bitlocker, both are compromised.
Except bitlocker isn't proven to be compromised. I'd like to see someone who was vanned because illegal shit was found on a bitlocker encrypted drive in a computer which was turned off
If another species has the intelligence to create quantum computers AND pull off interstellar travel. How would they crash in the first place? Unexpected weather conditions?
Also where is their rescue team? Maybe they're still on their way here?
>dumbasses that know fuck all about computers detected
>give me just one counter-example
These dumb newfags
These are all things you can configure your browser not to include in the HTTP header
Dumbfuck you know how that code would work? A message saying "Send location to server?" Would pop up and only clicking "Send" would reveal anything
>pleb non-coders trying to explain software
tfw when your so old these scrubs think you're new
i've dll a 600mb pack of cheese pizza the other day, then i realized i'm a dumb fuck and that that shit could ruin my life, deleted the videos and run ccleaner
am i safe or is the fbi ( well i'm from eu but yeah) going to visit me soon