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things that really make you think
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>>61693219
Wow you mean the browser programed for use with the OS works better? What's next you'll tell me safari is faster than other browsers on IOS? WOW REALLY MADE ME HAVE A FUCKING THINK YOU FUCKING DUMBASS.

god when the fuck do the summerfags leave.
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Chrome is shart in binary form.
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>>61693219
Microsoft always had better engineers than basically everyone. They're just too wrapped up in red tape and legacy to fix the big problems (Windows).

If a good exec consolidated a few teams and had them make a new OS they'd probably knock it out of the park and shit on everyone, but they're always tied down by the noose that is Windows

https://krita.org/en/item/krita-foundation-update/
It's doing fine. Thanks, folks.
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>>61693201
Is PIA a trusted VPN?
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>>61693201
Sage.
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>>61693216
>>>/global/rules/7

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Friendly reminder that we still cant buy a 4k screen for work, browsing etc and do vidya in cheap 1080p, because it looks like shit and all just because of the incompetency of AMD, nvidia and every single screen manufacturer unable to provide Integer scaling (the most trivial of all scaling methods)

http://tanalin.com/en/articles/lossless-scaling/
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>>61693119
4K is a meme, how old are you 15?
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Who needs scaling at all?
CRT > everything
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>>61693142
Browsing and Programming is glorious in 4K.

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Why are so many consumer electronic devices packaged like this? It's so hard to open with scissors and a careless person could even injure himself with the plastic since it requires so much force.
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>>61692987

It's anti-retard packaging.
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>>61692987

Just use an xacto knife you hopeless infant
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>>61692987
Are you fucking stupid? Use your fucking brain idiot there's a million reasons it's used. Once again OP reveals to everyone how fucking stupid he is with his dumb ass thread. Why not just make a thread next time that states "Hey anons, I'm fucking stupid and between sessions of closing my car door on my dick sometimes I wonder why things are the way they are so instead of thinking about it logically I slam my dick on the keyboard and make these stupid fucking threads"

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Hey /g/! I was thinking about good cloud drive which will store my files. I am looking for a reliable drive which isn't botnet and can store many files on it keeping them secure and private. I was wondering to go with MEGA, but I really don't know if it is botnet, and if it spies on people. What are your opinions then?
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Telegram is a good choice
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>>61693046
>Telegram
>bulk file storage service
Pick one
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>>61692979
>but I really don't know if it is botnet, and if it spies on people
Every service that you did not set up is a botnet.

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Anon, why do you think we need encryption?
We don't need it since it makes it harder for the government to fight terrorists.


The only reason you think you need it is because you of your cp collection
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>>61692947
And?
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tell that to apple who encrypts their root directory on IOS


BTFO
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>>61692947
I don't need it to protect myself against the government. Who cares, there is no illegal content on my devices and I'll gladly comply with any warrant.

I need it to protect myself from criminals. If someone gets their hands on my data, they have logins to hundreds of accounts, a few servers with customer data on it and a lot of important documents.
In fact, I'm legally obligated to encrypt. The government decided (and rightfully so).

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WebExtensions isn't so bad. Faster, cross-platform and safer.
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But not as powerful and it killed most of the firefox add-on library.
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>>61692749
How about they fix IndexedDB access first with such a dialog?
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who the fuck gives a shit about 0.03s faster loading times and cross-platform when it means sacrificing customizability and other features?

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>certain combinations of 1's and 0's are illegal
wow
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>Me stabbing certain combinations of molecules through your heart is illegal

wow
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>>61692691
>certain combinations of autistic shitposts are illegal
wow
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>>61692691
>being this stupid is legal
wow

i wonder what their excuse will be this time around

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/amd-radeon-vega-frontier-edition-16gb,review-33968-6.html

literally not a single reason to buy anything nvidia
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>>61692646
Needs re-testing with the new Titan Xp drivers.

https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2017/07/31/titan-xp-drivers-new-levels-of-performance-for-creative-professionals/
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>>61692698
in case you didnt notice this is going against p6000 titan is slower than the p6000
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>>61692698

Did they update them to not render shadows in benchmarks to get better results?

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>tfw you could build an entire pc on the us with the cost of a graphics card on a third world country
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>>61692584
We know how you feel. Rest of the world gets shafted by the USA by products make in Taiwan, for no fucking reason whatsoever.

If I can buy shit from Aliex at free shipping, even after a 15% tax, why the fuck am I paying so much?
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>>61692584
>>61692584
Can't you just buy in the US hand have it shipped?
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>>61692584
:%s/on/in/g

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IT'S HAPPENING BOYS!!!

>Fractal Design Define C TG
>Fractal Design Define Mini C TG

>inb4 Fractal Design Define R6 TG

http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/define-series/define-c-tg
http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/define-series/define-mini-c-tg
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>>61692540

>tfw no white edition
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Moar like tempered ass.
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>>61692540
Alright, I need an Anon to help me. Why are people into tempered glass side panels?

I was recently thinking about purchasing the Define Mini C with a solid side panel. Should I still stick to my original idea if I don't care about looking at my case?

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It is back and it is live. This summer you have no excuse to not run... TrinityDog!
https://debiandog.github.io/doglinux/zz06-trinitydog.html
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Why, though?
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KDE Plasma -is- good though.

And I'm saying this as someone who refused to use it since 4 came out.
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I've gotten used to Plasma. It is a bit buggy still, but at least it recovers immediately from any errors.

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So /g/, when choosing an output format for your Latex documents, do you prefer Postscript, or PDF, and what's the reasoning behind your preference?
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>>61692395
PDF. It's widely supported. Does Postscript support links?
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>>61693078
I don't know, I use PDF as well. I'm just aware that postscript output is possible, and wanted to see if there is any particular reason to use it over PDF
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>>61692395
I use pdf, since it's widely adopted for publishing. I use latex exclusively for long text and have to send them to somebody else 99.9% of the time. So yeah, pdf for me

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You guys are determined to make this website look like shit. Why?
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>>61692197
How is it shit ?
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>>61692264
Anime=shit.
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>>61692274
It's literally website full of anime
You are also on korean cartoon imageboard

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Is this a secure way to generate passwords?

SET /p password=Enter password#
SET /p rounds=Enter rounds#
php.exe -r "$password = '%password%'; for ($x = 0; $x <= %rounds%; $x++) {$password = hash('sha512', $password);} echo $password; echo PHP_EOL;"


So I have an easy to remember password like "cats" or whatever and then hash it an arbitrary number of times to generate a long password I can't remember. All I have to remember is the original easy password and the number of times it was hashed. An attacker would need to know both pieces of information to generate the real password. Good idea or is there a serious flaw in my thinking? Thanks for your help
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Rehashing is considered absolutely bad idea for security reasons, mainly because you might create hash collision problems in the future.
For now sha512 is safe to hash collision but since we are going to have quantum computers in a matter of years expect troubles.

In any case, hashing a hash is considered unsafe and not recommended.
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Adding: use HMAC instead or bcrypt since you are using php.
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Just generate random passwords consisting of 4096 Unicode characters and store them in an encrypted text file

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