How do you handle Hirohito datamining all your emarassing life stories on this board, pinning it to your IP, that then can be pinned to you?
I wish I was as carefree as you.
Every website does this already. Besides, chances are if anything posted on this site does become politically relevant it'll be years from now. By that point it'll already be deleted.
Who /never posts sincerely/ here?
That combined with constant ban evasion means I don't have anything to worry about
That said, what exactly happened during that 2channel data leak? Apparently identities were connected with particular posts, but does this imply that *every post on the whole site* was being stored? Or only those made in that one special paid VIP board, which perhaps was an exception in that respect, and ordinary anonymous posts couldn't be leaked either way? Anyone knows?
Who exactly is going to pin what on me? You need some kind of authority to do that. I don't even live in the west and i have done nothing wrong but rant about politics and women, something every bitter male does for ages.
>2 months of posting data from 6/15 - 8/10 was leaked, affecting all posters.
I suppose that's unambiguous?
An indirect premise:
>the 2013 Credit Card Leaks, which ruined lives by revealing the identities and posting history of many anonymous tripcodes: real or fake
Presumably, trip users would not be singled out if there were cookie data to identify users through, because I don't see even a technologically competent country such as Japan to disable cookies en masse; so if they *were* stored, then trip users would be just a minority of all users affected.
Also, no good, the Google Analytics cookie expires in two years.
Though then, it is set for boards.4chan.org. And 4chan posting URL, form action=, is sys.4chan.org. This would mean that boards.4chan.org cookies aren't sent to it, right? And they can't be used for establishing identity/association with posts? Right? There is one for 4chan.org, presumably shared by all subdomains, which expires in a month. Which would be relatively fine.
Though then, there is __cfduid at 4chan.org. It is apparently CloudFlare's. It expires in a year.
Some of you could lend me a hand here, I'm trying to actually learn the extent of the problem.
The Set-Cookie header is
>__cfduid=d9544a941bcd5c0f8d505a1f53c28ac4d1452184641; expires=Fri, 06-Jan-17 16:37:21 GMT; path=/; domain=.4chan.org; HttpOnly
My only hope is that, perhaps, CloudFlare, being a proxy, *strips* this cookie (which is apparently only used for allowing verified, safe users to post even from incriminating IPs) before passing the request to servers of 4chan proper.
How do you think? Could that happen?
>[...] all I receive is the following:
>__cfduid: d2f8e300a0b867e8a6147462f3977f8b11375815648197 for .example2.net/
It seems it is passed along after all. Nobody asked CF to do that. So close... shame.
>not acknowleging the unassailable supremacy of the most august Meiji Tenno