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Re: Whoops, our bad, we just may have 'accidentally' left Google Home

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Posted: 3 Days 7 Hours ago by: Mei

I don't think that part about GPT-3 was meant to be included :) Companies should certainly be held responsible for their actions. Too bad no one will do it.

Whoops, our bad, we just may have 'accidentally' left Google Home devices

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Posted: 4 Days 1 Hour ago by: Anonymous

https://www.theregister.com/2020/08/08/ai_in_brief/ Sorry, it was a software problem...wtf ? It's time companies would have to pay for such violations. If you build a car that causes accidents because there is a fault in the construction,

(not op)

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Posted: 4 Days 16 Hours ago by: Anonymous

+1, they have good setup-

no problem

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Posted: 5 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Just run it from a torified vm.

Ever wanted to fake your own death ? Seems it is easy an

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Posted: 6 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/asia/philippines/articles/philippines-the-global-leader-for-faking-own-death/ Because the telegraph has some kind of strange paywall, the whole text is pasted below, just to spite them. Thi

accountless hosting

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Posted: 7 Days 15 Hours ago by: Anonymous

i am very impressed with http://spore64i5sofqlfz5gq2ju4msgzojjwifls7rok2cti624zyq3fcelad.onion/news/ and https://facelesscloud.com/ No account, no email, no bullshit. You just load some bitcoin to an address and get going (this is how it r

Re: long live return code 444

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Posted: 7 Days 19 Hours ago by: anon

Yes, and with the method mentioned in the op you can actually kill the buggers connections instead of just throttling.

Re: Zones

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Posted: 8 Days 9 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

It's nice to be able to throttle spiders, and it's not difficult if you have an ip address. Even i2p provides a specific ip for each identity, so it works. With tor, you can't really throttle without throttling everyone.

Re: nginx is great

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Posted: 8 Days 13 Hours ago by: AnonUser

Haven't checked these out yet.

nginx is great

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Posted: 11 Days 16 Hours ago by: Anonymous

nginx is great for sure, and it also comes with some pitfalls (concerning the configuration). the nginx team was so fed up with those that they put together a page dedicated to what not to do. It's really great and it saved me some headach

None

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Posted: 14 Days 3 Hours ago by: Anonymous

my opsec gay

Re: Secure hosting

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Posted: 15 Days 1 Hour ago by: AnonUser

Thanks for your answer. It is not so much the speed of the connection I am concerned about, but more the availability of the service. Selfhosting means the service will have downtime (when your internet connection is not up or rerachable f

Re: Secure hosting

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Posted: 15 Days 13 Hours ago by: AnonUser

For a tor hidden service maybe the best is to self host it. tor is slow so it won't really seem slow to a user that it's not on a hosting server somewhere. Even the internet hosting services that accept bitcoin still want to verify your i

Secure hosting

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Posted: 15 Days 15 Hours ago by: AnonUser

Greetings yall. I have a question concerning hosting: I would like to host an onion site on a vps server somewhere. The site is not exactly illegal in my jurisdiction, but it is controversial, and I would like to has as few links as poss

lookee here

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Posted: 16 Days 19 Hours ago by: Anonymous

https://cyber-wolves.blogspot.com/2015/12/get-started-for-noobs.html

Zones

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Posted: 16 Days 19 Hours ago by: Anonymous

I looked at zones as well, but if you cannot use the ip (because it is a service on tor), than your are kind of stuck in some situations. In my case I used a combination of the URL and the posting method to get rid of some annoying script

Re: long live return code 444

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Posted: 17 Days 5 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

Been really impressed with nginx so far! Retro Guy

long live return code 444

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Posted: 17 Days 15 Hours ago by: Anonymous

https://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_rewrite_module.html#return Block certain kinds of ddos at application level simply by dropping the connection with your reverse http proxy. works like a charm, simpler and more effective than lowlev

Re: Firewall

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Posted: 26 Days 13 Hours ago by: AnonUser

well firstly, welcome. now for your questions: 1) "keep me safe": from whom or from what ? if you want to be safe from the kind of surveillance that targets anyone nowadays and the common malware traps, the answer is different than if yo

Firewall

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Posted: 26 Days 16 Hours ago by: Cheeseman

Hi guys I am new to this site & just moved away from the sheep so I am looking for some good security tips to keep me safe ie Firewall , A good VPN antivirus etc I know what comes up on Google but I mean the best I came across seemed to

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