"Get on the ground, fucko! Squad, take his computer and all other electronics!"
>PC and data destruction methods
>how to hide questionable images, video, audio, etc.
>what to do in case squad ever actually breaks down your door
Previously on /fucko/: Tripfags, 2 KEYS AT THE SAME TIME, light switches, newfags
All and any supportive comments are welcome and encouraged. NSA shills need not apply.
to kick off the thread
LiveUSB/LiveCD Squad Edition Power Rankings:
LPS (Lightweight Portable Security) Public Edition (http://spi.dod.mil/lipose.htm)
Created by: ATSPI Technology Office of AF
Purpose: fallback distro in case your military computer breaks and you have to access/edit/view top secret information
Official Flyer: http://spi.dod.mil/docs/LPS_DS.pdf
Pros: Created and maintained by the military, hardened debian, clean UI, comes with Encryption Wizard (http://www.spi.dod.mil/docs/ewmanual.pdf), most go-to distro for accessing your bank account from an unsecure computer, basic set of office tools and programs
Cons: No anonymity
Online use: depends, some anonymity might be achieved through public hotspots that also dont record with cameras
Offline use: best candidate hands down
1 of 2
Created by: ?
Purpose: instant magic solution to privately browsing the web via Tor, or accessing hidden services
Pros: encrypted persistence, built in Tor, i2p, basic set of office tools and programs, PGP, privacy centered
Online use: with a prayer
Offline use: good to go
Created by: anonymoos skids
Purpose: serious COMSEC
Pros: hardened gentoo, clean ui, basic office programs
Cons: dead, outdated kernel, most likely filled with hundreds of exploits
Online use: you will get fuckoed, guaranteed
Offline use: probably ok
2 of 2
sorry if the list sounds biased / shilly, just going by what I know and common sense
All my private data is on my home server on a hidden encrypted volume.
My desktop/laptop contain only free/open source software and maybe some legally purchased games.
But that doesn't matter, because I don't live in a police state.
from the tor page on the /g/ wiki
>The deep web is a dangerous place to browse, and you get hackers and viruses attacking you there
>The deep web or dark net are really just terms that are used in scaremongering. What they really refer to, is all the networking that can't be accessed via Google. Think about this for a second: this includes company and school intranets; hell, any network that you have to log in to to access is included here. Once you realise this, you realise that it's not as bad as once thought. It's also not as big.
This is wrong. The deep web is in fact magnitudes bigger than the clear web.
So someone fix that pls since I apparently can't
Glad someone turned the daily shit into the daily hit.
with all the spying by the NSA, and other organisations like them, i doubt there are many secure encryption programs. Personally, i have given up on hard drive encryption. I just make sure i don't save any passwords on there anymore.
My personal data is zipped up and uploaded to mega.co.nz.
Do i trust mega? No. Is it way out of my local jurisdiction? Hell yes.
>still using truecrypt
>not being aware there is nothing wrong with truecrypt 7.1a
Audit Phase I didn't reveal anything serious
Audit Phase II is still ongoing.
Legit truecrypt downloads can be found at truecrypt.ch with third party hashchecks.
Hey Fuckos, here's the list of Fucko!Squad trips I posted in the first general (added a few more) enjoy!
If all you cared about is privacy and constitutional rights you would become political activists, this thread is clearly about hiding chocolate prawns from the police.
You just sapped all of the fun out of it.
How does that USB work then?
Infect the PC with some sort of keylogger to get the PW when you login?
You ain't gona tell me it can without user interaction steal the encryption key and unlock the truecrypt volume.
That's no issue truecrypt can prevent. So stop spouting bullshit or back it up.
Why didn't they just use the core purge to save the world?
Great thread, a little slow, but still good info.
So, what I'm getting is there is no way to remain truely invisible online? Tails = nope
Tor = nope
That AF one = nope
What's a good alternative? I thought tails was rick solid as long as you made a few tweaks?
I was just thinking about making one of these threads
so I've been mulling over this problem for the past couple months
-Literally the NSA has access to every public and even private things that are online. Furthermore, security cameras
-Their power extends to hardware hacks, where routers are mounted with NSA firmware that helps redirect packets to the NSA 
So assume that hardware backdoors aren't a real issue:
what is the best way to live a relatively normal life with the NSA knowing as little about you as possible?
-NSA not knowing your location at any time
-Steady income and anonymous bank account
-Online payment method
-purchase stocks anonymously
-NSA not knowing where you live
-smartphone without location tracking
(sure some of these are probably unachievable but best way to achieve most of them?)
Daily reminder that if you own a phone where you can't remove the battery, components like the microphone and cameras can be switched on remotely and data retrieved.
Such phones as...
>all the windows phones
>newer Google nexus models
not a steady source of income though
for payment method I've been eying those Visa disposable cards that are like purchasable bank accounts.
I've been thinking, what if one removes the location hardware module? if one removes location module the closest the NSA can track you to is within the coverage of a cell tower, while area becomes greater and greater.
I'd be more worried about Google Microsoft and apple than the NSA
Brb screenshotting Google search app permissions
60mb and 4 pages of permissions just to search their web cache server
So someone can sit there, turn on your webcam when they want and fap to your crusted neckrolls.
You do realize every company you've ever had contact and companies that want to have contact with you already made extensive profiles on you automatically right? Why is this suddenly such an incredible overstep for people to watch you?
What makes you think I'm okay with private corporations doing it in the first place?
so google has all these permissions, but they only know what you give them
Ideally NSA proof smartphone should only be used to:
-make unimportant phone calls
-listen to music
-access social network without posting anything important
Important phone calls are done from prepaid, don't send text messages, new prepaid phone every 2 weeks or so
This is totally idealized, it's pretty hard to implement irl but not impossible. After I get out of Uni this is what I'd do.
They've been doing it anyway and even when they tell you they'll stop they'll keep doing it, because information is money in today's age. How naive are you?
Never stand up anyway, cops walk all over them every day and no one seems to care.
>What makes you think I'm okay with private corporations doing it in the first place?
You agreed to the ToS, you used their product or their service, or you signed up for something. They have to right to maintain a profile on you as a customer. You become a potential asset to them. Any significant business is going to ensure you keep coming back.
>Good luck tracking me when I pay in cash.
If you do that for everything (which is fucking bullshit. Good luck paying car loans or a mortgage with cash), then congratulations, you're on some list for the DEA or the FBI then anyway for being a suspected drug dealer.
You fucking big government tit suckling faggot troll. I despise submissive sheep fucks like you.
>but companies profile you every day
Google can't use my ENTIRE online life history to build a case against me and lock my frail, lily white ass up.
Amazon can't use it's records to paint me as a terrorist and hold me indefinitely in some off the books overseas gulag.
The point is, you fucking conformist cunt, it's ILLEGAL for them to do it. But they do, and they use these ill gotten records to put Americans in federal prison
So what's your solution? Just give up and let them do whatever?
The real answer is to beat them with technology. All the laws in the world won't allow them to break encryption before the sun runs out of hydrogen to fuse.
Uh, sure they can. They cooperate with law enforcement all the time. Just last week or so they forwarded all the information about one guy to the FBI for suspected child molestation without even needed to via a court order, they did it 100% voluntarily.
It's really not that hard, you can be fucko if you want to be fucko, but no one really wants to be fucko.. They just think they want to be fucko or mistakenly think they are fucko.
Then the government got the court order and raided his house. What you're saying is it's perfectly fine for the government to monitor everything you do waiting for you to fuck up. Or not fuck up, just appear to have.
oh yeah forgot just how awful it is
i think it comes with a little bit of persistence as well and I changed the wallpaper to just black when I messed with it, but yeah, the lock screen is still the anonymoos man, trash os
The only time you're going to get v& that hard is when you do terrible shit that warrants it.
You don't see anyone getting a second anus by Jamal in the penitentiary anymore for smoking a joint. My point is there's 300 million people in the US alone. Do you really think you're so special the NSA is going to sit there watching you, you especially, for your retarded ass petty crimes like torrenting gay porn.
Not the point whatsoever, it's a DIRECT violation of our constitutional rights, the more we roll over and pre-lube for the long shaft of big brother the harder it will become to push him off. You may be willing to forgo your civil liberties because "you're not doing anything wrong" but don't expect me to.
You don't seem to understand.
They build profiles on people and store that information forever. If at any point in the future you become a target then they will (likely automatically) use that data against you.
>Someone can probably get all of your information if they really want to
>However its possible that no one can get all of your information
Therefore you have two choices.. Make it easy for people to get your information or make it difficult to get your information.
Nope. I don't even have any 3D porn.
Maybe obscenity or something. I have a lot of yuri.
>The only time you're going to get v& that hard is when you do terrible shit that warrants it.
Or someone makes a mistake, raids the wrong house for three whole marijuanas, and a few cops get shot because they broke in rather than knocking on the door.
Or you happen to be driving a vehicle that looks similar to one used in a bank robbery/shooting.
Why is this only suddenly an American-central problem if you go back to this Constitution shit, yet again? There are other countries in the world, all of which don't have the same protections the American constitution applies, yet the only ones who are doing this stupid shit ARE the ones with these kinds of civil protections or countries who are American-buttbuddies.
Target of whom for what? This is pure speculation. I don't do anything illegal besides torrent JAV. I don't think I'm about to get blackmailed by the ebil gobberment for having too much Asian porn. Are we going to play a thousand what-if scenarios of what could happen with that data even when most likely absolutely nothing will?
It seems we are approaching the "omg dey can do anythin dey want and get away with it magicaly" point of the conversation.
Please remember that everything in this world abides by laws of physics, and use common sense when describing the capabilities of governmental agencies.
It is not yet too late to completely give up your rights to digital privacy. More often than not people blow things out of proportion, and certain agencies may be less capable than what clickbait news corporations want you to believe.
>Target of whom for what?
Whatever reason the NSA wants.
>This is pure speculation.
Actually it's fact.
And even if you don't do anything illegal you can still be considered an "extremest". It's only a matter of time before your behavior online can get you put on a no-fly list or worse.
>Why is this only suddenly an American-central problem if you go back to this Constitution shit, yet again?
Not him, but you on an American imageboard that is largely populated by Americans. Stop being a fucking retard.
It doesn't matter if you've done nothing illegal. That would just make it easier.
>be software developer or sysadmin
>get threatened to install a backdoor or they'll show your friends, family, and coworkers your furry porn collection, tell you're wife you cheated on her with a ladyboy in thailand, or will make public evidence of an extremely minor but embarrassing crime
It doesn't even have to be done in any official capacity. Corporations and government agencies have employees and contractors, some of which are yoing to be less ethical than others.
>be a person with some money and an embarrassing but completely legal secret
>get blackmailed by an ex-employee of a contractor
It's a pretty fucking rude attitude. And it's structured like a PSA but it doesn't say anything important.
I'd rather have people curse each other out here than this sort of behavior.
That HuffPost (top lel for using that as a citation by the way) article itself points out they were targeting radicalized/ing muslims, the very definition of their mandate. Is this supposed to strengthen your point or mine, seriously?
Congratulations on your closed-minded view of the world, the point of my post was to remind you this doesn't happened in almost every other country BUT the one where muh freedumbs and the like are considered to be so dearly important.
Blackmail is nothing new, I don't see why you're suddenly so concerned about it. The US has since its inception a long history of corporate espionage and corruption, all over which involved blackmailing of this sort. I recommend reading up on the Chocolate Wars, one of my favorites.
In anycase, this is again speculative and baseless. Blackmailing has always existed and will always exist. If these people want something done they will find this information on you however way they can. You're not making any real point here.
hey shitposters, i was wondering:
whats a safe way to develop skills in this field, of security and cyberwarfare. should i just get more involved in the hacking community, and then get better by learning more and doing more hardcore stuff? Is there a better way?
cyberwarfare is my dream, and it seems pretty attainable.
i hope you guys dont laugh at me.
Why am I even responding to you?
The post is taking an authoritative stance and then only gives an opinion and points out the obvious. The worst kind of poster imo (even worse than the shit you're writing right now). And he looks so incredibly stupid while doing it.
>Congratulations on your closed-minded view of the world
Fucking what? Saying that you shouldn't be offended when someone assumes you're an American on an American image board posting about largely American problems is "closed minded"?
> the point of my post was to remind you this doesn't happened in almost every other country BUT the one where muh freedumbs and the like are considered to be so dearly important.
Well except in the UK, where the GCHQ is working closely with the NSA to gather data from Europe.
>In anycase, this is again speculative and baseless.
Congratulations on your ignorance. Please read some of the stuff leaked by Snowden, and any of the other interesting shit that has come out in the past (COINTELPRO for example). The US government has a long history of targeting "undesirables" whether they are violent or not.
"radicalized" can mean anything? And that news was widespread. I could find plenty of other sources for you.
I love how you ignored the articles about the NSA illegally giving evidence to the DEA and how being a linux user makes you a high priority target.
Oh wait, isn't that the sort of thing you were saying was not probable?
>Merely searching the web for the privacy-enhancing software tools outlined in the XKeyscore rules causes the NSA to mark and track the IP address of the person doing the search. Not only are German privacy software users tracked, but the source code shows that privacy software users worldwide are tracked by the NSA.
No you goddamn idiot. I've explained this how many times now? I don't care that you're American or whatever the fuck. Go reread my goddamn post again.
>Well except the UK
I already fucking mentioned this as well.
>whats a safe way to develop skills in this field, of security and cyberwarfare.
Find (common) stuff to break and break it. Might want to learn by watching others at first (i recommend looking at fuzzing and methodology people have when fuzzing, because fuzzing is applicable in many situations).
The only way to protect communications would be to avoid centralized services entirely, but even hosting your own encrypted services to communicate with friends would allow metadata collection unless done over tor.
Never heard of LPS, sounds interesting.
>Online use: with a prayer
Honestly it's your best bet if you're going to use Tor. Strongly endorsed by the EFF and Snowden, as well as the NSA if you count their obsessive hateboner for Tails as an endorsement.
Not him, but I don't see the point in a VM if you want anonymity. Your external OS is prone to leaking out information, and thanks to the fact that the VM is running inside an OS on your HDD you could be leaving behind shit you don't want to. Obviously there are ways to tweak an OS to make a VM safe, but it's a lot less riskier and a lot easier to just use a LiveOS.
So what the fuck do you want, you just feel like going "Haha dumb Americans, your government is oppressive!" ?
What country do you live in? If it's anywhere in western Europe I am willing to bet that "hate speech" is a crime.
Honestly I didn't even bother reading the rest of your post once I saw the HuffPost link. I suggest you never link to them again if you wish to be taken seriously.
As for Linux shit, Linux is always an issue for law enforcement because the people that use it are more tech savvy and an overwhelming percentage more than other OS's will use Linux distros for illegal activities because they know its protective features.
I can't comment on this DEA crap, I hadn't heard of it until now.
Yea, it's in evil community Europe.
My point isn't 'you're goverment is oppressive" it's that you're just retarded hypocrites. You want all your idiotic protections and still want to play world police all day with no ramifications. It's not a one way street.
>You want all your idiotic protections and still want to play world police all day with no ramifications
Wat? We're literally detailing why we don't want our government to do this and why. Did you fall down or something?
>You want all your idiotic protections and still want to play world police all day with no ramifications
I'm done speaking with you. You know absolutley nothing about me, or the other posters here, but you're accusing us of wanting the US government to play "world police" despite everyone here talking about how much it sucks that the NSA is spying on the world.
>how would i even get started on breaking common stuff?
Understanding how things work is a good start. If you know what a browser does with whatever information you give it you might find something you can do with it.
If you read about how normal hacking tools work you will probably learn something. Using them is completely different from understanding them though. That's why scriptkid is a derogatory term.
You should probably have some kind of basic network/IP understanding first.
>why we don't want our government to do this and why
That's the point I've been saying
It exists and it has existed, but your countries directive and will. If your people really never wanted it it would not exist anymore, but it does. Even when Snowden talked nothing came about of it. So what now? Nothing of course, you will continue to spy on people and be hypocrites while yelling that you hate all the benefits it gives you.
>Linux is always an issue for law enforcement because the people that use it are more tech savvy and an overwhelming percentage more than other OS's will use Linux distros for illegal activities because they know its protective features.
Tech savvy != criminal
The OS most used for illegal activities would be Windows, and by a very considerable margin.
>Honestly I didn't even bother reading the rest of your post once I saw the HuffPost link. I suggest you never link to them again if you wish to be taken seriously.
Not taken seriously by who? People who can't argue and need to try and invalidate widely known, widely reported information because a biased news source reported on it?
>As for Linux shit, Linux is always an issue for law enforcement because the people that use it are more tech savvy and an overwhelming percentage more than other OS's will use Linux distros for illegal activities because they know its protective features.
That's great. That isn't relevant to anything being discussed however. You claimed it's stupid to think the NSA would ever target anyone here. The truth is the exact opposite. You're wrong.
>I can't comment on this DEA crap, I hadn't heard of it until now.
Why even bother to comment on NSA spying then?
You are standing on a soap box in a country where people are arrested for posting offensive tweets. The only people here that "want" or encourage this type of government overreach are statist zombies like yourself.
>If your people really never wanted it it would not exist anymore
The US isn't a direct democracy. It isn't even a real democracy because electoral college delegates choose the resident, not the people.
Because Windows has the most users, idiot. I'm talking in a proportional scale to userbase.
Huff Post isn't simple a "biased news source" they are like CNN, they lie and make up stories for clicks or propaganda. How can you argue against the NSA and support such awful terrible news companies? I just can't understand some people.
Uh, how is this not relevant? It's exactly what I'm talking about. If you're using Linux for its protective features then you should expect to be on a radar you don't intend to. No one is going to ignore someone with a big "DONT LOOK AT ME" sign painted on their face.
No I'm against this idiocy for the simple fact they can't prove it to be at all effective. Until they release substantial prevention statistics and numbers I can't support it from a funding perspective. It's a waste of man power and resources.
What do you mean "sauce"? Your ISP can see who you are talking to and when unless the two of you are using another service like Tor to mask the communication.
That's what "metadata" is. Info about when a conversation took place and who participated in it, but not the subject of the conversation.
Bush v Gore is an example, but the thing is that the delegates are not legally obligated to vote the way their people did. This was done on purpose because the framers of the constitution believed that the delegates would have more up-to-date information about candidates than the voters did at the time of the election. We would need a new amendment to change this.
Does /fucko/ know if there's any way to force a winpleb PC with bitlocker to not boot unless there is a specific SD card/USB key/etc connected to the PC?
I know bitlocker is a backdoor-ridden botnet but this is a secondary and I have it on so niggers and dune coons who steal my shit don't get in, I don't give a fuck about the police.
>No I'm against this idiocy for the simple fact they can't prove it to be at all effective. Until they release substantial prevention statistics and numbers I can't support it from a funding perspective. It's a waste of man power and resources.
We, Americans whom hate broad government surveillance, know the numbers. Even if they (the NSA) prevented 10 terrorist bombings a year, which isn't even remotely true, I'd be against it. When you trade liberty for security you relinquish both and deserve neither.
When I used bitlocker, I set it up to require a USB drive with a key on it to boot. I believe that feature may require a TPM, however. Without a TPM, you may be stuck with passwords.
PC -> OpenVPN -> Squid -> n privoxy nodes -> n polipo nodes -> n tor nodes
Not taking account the hardware, how safe is that setup: each node layer gets randomly reconnected every 60 seconds and tor nodes restart on a new identity, each node has an specific port. Firewall only allows traffic through OpenVPN. OpenVPN is setup as a bridge. Squid is setup with HAVP. Privoxy is setup as a caching proxy (cache is split), Polipo is setup as a filtering proxy (malware domains, ads, social networks, etc is filtered), Tor nodes are setup as bridges.
Say n=4, and the network setup started like this
| | | |
1 2 3 4 Privoxy nodes
| | | |
3 2 1 4 Polipo nodes
| | | |
2 3 1 4 Tor nodes
60 secs after
| | | |
1 2 3 4 Privoxy layer
| | | |
4 3 2 1 Polipo layer
| | | |
3 2 1 4 Tor layer (with new identities)
Of course more nodes imply better results, but cost more resources.
If someone has details Id love to hear them
>tfw we fucko
What if I am fine with this because I have no chocolate pastries or instructions on school shooting on my computer?
What if I feel secure due to the fact that there is someone watching my back?
What if I feel companies anonymously gathering information for my convenience is a good thing?
I got nothing to hide, how bout you?
>feeds please go.
this aint about illegal operations this is about protection of your constitutional rights you moron.
and if you dont have rights? then this is about taking them.
>this cancerous meme is now a general thread
Didn't school start already for kids?
they all everywhere.
Still would LOVE information pertaining to
Daily reminder GNU/Linux Has No Deniable Encryption!!!!
Reminder dm-crypt is *NOT* police state secure
REMINDER : YOU CANNOT DENY ENCRYPTION - YOU CANNOT DECRYPT SOME HARMLESS BRAZZER'S PORN OR SOME SHIT AND GET AWAY WITH IT
>image too big
this will help windows users long enough to get them over to a different system.
but they should switch.
>This is wrong. The deep web is in fact magnitudes bigger than the clear web.
By what source? The technical definition of deep web is the set of web pages which are not able to be found through links/searches.
There's no way to definitively know the size of it. There's not even a clear metric for measuring it. Number of web pages? Size of content?
The wiki quote appears to imply that any local network is the "deep web" but I believe the accepted technical definition for the deep web refers to the Internet only, not any local network.
It says it's a bootable flash drive that can infect the system when it's turned off.
Meaning, someone plugs that into your computer, boots up, selects "boot from USB" or whatever your BIOS calls it, and runs the program that infects your computer.
Or given the language, it may do something with the boot process that infects your machine when you later boot it up. There's probably more info availabe in the document or on google
I think it was from the movie The Core
Or something similar.
The basic plot is that "something" fucked up the rotation of the earths core so a team of super scientist have to drill down there and restart it to save the world.
Seriously add/read that to the pasta. It's a nice noob guide.
That's fucking retarded. Do they think your just waiting at your door for someone to knock son you can open it immediately? These laws are fucking bullshit. They should wait a good minute or two before deciding to bust your door down.
The argument is that a minute would be enough time for the terrorist to destroy their computer, grab their guns, and escape.
This also assumes that they know that it's the SWAT at their door and not just a canvasser, but what are you gonna do.
Don't blame me, I voted for the other guys.
Not going to spout the retarded hurr i've got nothing to hide shit but instead i'll be honest
Privacy is just too much work. I like my windows gaymen, i like my smartphone, i like how chrome syncs automatically between all my devices etc
I live in denmark, our 'squad team' politely rings the doorbell and asks if they can enter
so heres an idea for an email client to resist NSA faggotry.
instead of just sending 1 encrypted email, what about sending 50 or so except only 1 is the actual email? would mean the NSA has to waste a much higher amount of resources/storage space to spy on people
It gets complex but please keep in mind that virtualbox and other such solutions comes with their own vulnerabilities and increased attack vector
Whether it's better or worse is hard to say
>GET ON THE GROUND FUCKO THE RAPE SQUAD'S COMMIN IN HOT
>By what source? The technical definition of deep web is the set of web pages which are not able to be found through links/searches.
By all sources that i have found so far. From 2001 till 2014 all are unanimously agreeing that the deep web is magnitudes bigger then the clear web.
>There's no way to definitively know the size of it. There's not even a clear metric for measuring it. Number of web pages? Size of content?
That doesn't mean we aren't trying to put estimates on it.
But that it's /fucko/ big is almost certain.
>The wiki quote appears to imply that any local network is the "deep web" but I believe the accepted technical definition for the deep web refers to the Internet only, not any local network.
What do you define as a local network? If I can access it from the internet it's not local is it?
A private tracker site would you call it a local network?
I think not.
Also most dynamic content is part of the deep web. Let this sink in for a while and you will realize that i'm right.
>Meaning, someone plugs that into your computer, boots up, selects "boot from USB" or whatever your BIOS calls it, and runs the program that infects your computer.
So that's simply fixed by a locked bootloader.
>Or given the language, it may do something with the boot process that infects your machine when you later boot it up. There's probably more info availabe in the document or on google
This is highly unlikely. I might try this out cause i can hardly believe this is true.
Nor do I find any evidence of this.
There is no explanation in the document and everything I found is extremely vague.
In the end let's be clear it's not a Truecrypt issue.
Security is always a trade off between convenience and protection of an asset.
You can always remove the asset but that's hardly security.
Surely using the same password on every goddamn website is hella convenient but it's lousy security.
Most of the time, one could say that these documents were falsified.
NSA: We have knowledge that you cheated on your spouse.
You: Oh do you? Feel free to make it known to my wife if you please.
*call spouse when they've left*
You: Honey, I was visited by some government agents trying to blackmail me into putting a backdoor into an operating system I'm helping to develop, Since I refused to cooperate, they said the will quote "give you evidence of me cheating on you" unquote. I want you do know, that these people will try anything, and will falsify anything to get their way. So no matter how believable they make it. Whether claiming texts or pictures, it never happened.
Seriously, if you have a good relationship with your spouse, even if you did cheat or not, making that clear to them, telling them to Google what these agencies have done in the past, should make it clear that they are not to be trusted.
terrorist stopped :^)
>Give casual pw
>they got no way of knowing there is more.
That's the whole fucking point you retard.
>imblying they will torture you trying to get a possibly non-existent pw
It's pretty fucking hard to cover such a thing up so in 99% of the cases it would not be worth it.
>living in amerifart cuntry
>go to sleep
this thread still here.
no one has addressed this question, and this is what is needed to make a sticky worth sticking around for.
>pidgin + OTR
>inb4 our convo doesnt need OTR
since pidgin supports multiple IM companies my friend and I use ICQ we did use jabber but the servers kept going down.
>xabber + OTR
>Have motion sensor to detect when people walk on lawn/drive into driveway
>Have a sweet motion sensor/ir camera/ intercom thing above my front door
>Get motion alert
>Boys in blue approaching door
>Hello gentlemen, how can I help you?
>They're spooked by the camera
>"We'd like to ask you a few questions. Can you come to the door?"
>Kind of busy at the mo', what's up?
>Something something robberies in the area
>Yeah, sorry, no information here, but thanks for the warning
I love my setup. It's great for scaring off mormons/witnesses
How new are you.
Lurk more please.
Two kids in Portland got their house raided and arrested and are still locked up for owning "anarchist literature".
How would you feel if you got locked up for your political beliefs despite not breaking any laws?
>On July 25th, 2012, the FBI raided three houses in Portland, Oregon. According to one search warrant, officials were looking for black clothing, sticks, flags, diary entries about the protests, and “anti-government or anarchist literature or material.” In the wake of those sweeps, members of Portland’s anarchist community including Leah-Lynn Plante, Dennison Williams, Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik, and Matt Duran were subpoenaed to testify in front of a federal grand jury about their knowledge of the May Day action.
>A grand jury is an opaque affair, consisting of a panel of citizens who decide whether the evidence presented makes it “more likely than not” that a crime was committed. The members of a grand jury are not screened for bias, and a judge does not oversee the proceedings. Grand jury sessions are described as secret because they are closed to the public, but the information gathered can be used to attack the credibility of a witness who later testifies in open court. So while these sessions ostensibly protect witnesses, they can also be used to coerce individuals to speak against their will, with lasting consequences for themselves and others.
>The federal government has never accused the Portland anarchists of committing a crime—in fact, Leah-Lynn was not even in Seattle at the time of the May Day protests. Instead, each of the subpoenaed activists was granted immunity from criminal charges even though they never asked for it. This is a common tactic used by federal investigators. By removing the specter of criminal prosecution, prosecutors preclude “immune” witnesses from invoking their 5th Amendment right to remain silent in order to avoid self-incrimination. It’s a way to make people talk.
>officials were looking for black clothing, sticks, flags, diary entries about the protests, and “anti-government or anarchist literature or material.”
theyd be dead if they found water or nerf guns
>But the Portland anarchists, being anarchists, chose not to cooperate and refused to answer questions about their friends, social activities, and political beliefs. They were jailed and charged with contempt of court, which could lead to sentences of up to 18 months in federal prison. Matt has been in prison since September 26th; Kteeo has been in prison since September 28th; and Leah-Lynn, who was jailed on October 10th, was released two weeks ago.
How long until YOUR political affiliation becomes a problem? How in the world can you justify this in a "free country" that's a "democracy" with "freedom of speech"?
>"free country" that's a "democracy" with "freedom of speech"
These things you mention will only come to you if your land has oil. ;^)
>Yurop confirmed for more freedom then amerifartistan
Yeah, although I'm not an anarchist myself (I don't know what I am. I'm definitely against the state and capitalism as they currently exist), I've been involved with a number of anarchist groups and activism.
I was nearly arrested for serving food to homeless people at Food Not Bombs, I was video taped by police at an anti-police brutality march, and SAPD attempted to infiltrate Occupy San Antonio and sell us drugs.
Just last night this happened:
What's not mentioned in the article is that several of the people arrested (friends of mine) were asked questions about their political beliefs, the beliefs of their friends, asked to identify people who use fake names on FB, and shown copies of their own FB messages discussing an upcoming demonstration at Hays Bridge.
I got rid of my FB long ago. And I haven't been in the "scene" for a while. But; what the fuck. This shit is happening. It's very real.
No reason his client couldn't have been broadcasting himself on chaturbate while furiously masturbating to scat porn and dick eating. Maybe he is a married schoolteacher and deacon of his church, and murder wouldn't be seen as bad.
Come on /g/entoomen, use your imaginations.
so when does the FBI take something from 3rd world country serious ? for example CC/paypal fraud and stuff , is there a threshold for damage that will make them take action in a 3rd world country ?
Gotta hit the multi million dollar mark till their willing to cross borders for anything. Sorry you got scammed, best you could do is probably hire a private detective in that country
Idiot sent/received unencrypted pics on his personal email account at google that has TERMS & CONDITIONS that says they will report said images. the only thing worse than a pedo is a dumbass pedo
Not sure about ram.
I know cold boot exists but just restarting your pc and filling your RAM would be enough to clear that AFAIK.
Correct me if i'm wrong /g/entooman of /fucko/s rather.