Nerve Center

What in the everlasting fuck is it with modern websites?!

>cookie warnng popup

>newsletter popup

>download our app popup

>take a survey popup

>pls register account popup

99% of frontend developers deserve to be stabbed, hanged, shot, dismembered and shitted on at this point.

How do you cope with your internet footprint?

I have dozens of account from different websites and i write all of my accounts to notebook with password-name-e mail etc. And now i feeling like shit cause i am literally swiming in botnet and i think i should clean some of them but i cant delete some accounts and i dont know where to start??

8ch Attention-Hungry Games 39

Last Round: >>77513

Archive of Past Rounds:!BA8V0KYD!eRw01c3zLKSa3wzSEHE00g (Updated to Round 26)

Hello /sudo/. Some time ago, CodeMonkey wanted to try a Hunger Games event for advertising boards using the global announcement feature. I'm not sure what else to post here for now.

For the 8chan Attention-Hungry Games, any board with less than 300 users can nominate themselves to participate, with up to 48 boards being able to participate (or we can go to 24 or 36 if we don't get enough boards for some odd reason). These 48 or so boards compete on a Hunger Games simulator hosted on BrantSteele. The current code for the regular events as of this writing is at which is based off of

The Mansion code that I used once but regretted using afterwards is at from >>>/hungergames/17115

Anyway, the winner gets to be advertised as a global announcement for about a week.

As for the requirements for signing up:

1. No boards that promote raiding other 8chan boards.

2. Must have less than 300 active users at the start of the game.

3. Can't have won the hunger games in the past week. Last week's winner is >>>/soyboys/

4. Need to submit a SFW sentence that advertises their board that CodeMonkey can put in the global announcement. (NSFW boards are welcome to join, but the announcement should be SFW). Failure to do so will result in anons deciding your sentence via dubs, usually to your detriment. CodeMonkey will be the one to determine what is and what isn't SFW as he controls the global announcements.

5. It is recommended you post a picture with your nomination, and that picture should be square as it will be stretched otherwise. I will determine the gender of you tribute based on the picture. If I can't tell, I am defaulting to M. Also, MLP images will be ignored unless it came from a MLP board, if the BO approves of it, or from a certain image for /suicide/ until their BO says otherwise as they had that certain image before I added this part of the rule.

6. If a BO of a board does not want to participate, please don't nominate it. Board Owners, if you don't want to participate but someone nominated you, please let me know before the start of the round and I will remove it from the list. As of now, /miku/ and /jp/ have asked not to participate.

7. Nominate only 1 board per IP hash per post. For posts that nominate more than 1 board and an IP hash nominating multiple boards, I will take the first one and ignore the rest, and I will know if you are samefagging. For those with VPNs, note that someone may be using the same VPN as you when nominating, which means they may have the same IP Hash and I can't distinguish VPN users from normal ones.

8. Due to complaining in previous rounds, I am limiting the amount of furry and Star Trek boards to 2 of each for a bit.

9. Once a round concludes, please wait until the next thread is created before you nominate a board.

The next round will start

Sunday at about 9am to 11am ET

Apparently info about whether I have mandatory overtime or not is conflicted. It makes me wonder how things haven't devolved into actual fighting/more people walking out. Just in case, I am going to plan this for Sunday.

With that all being said, nominate your boards now and suggest some events for either code if you want (or even better, put your events into the mansion code since I won't mind people messing with that code. Just let me know if you do update it). Also, if I missed anything, let me know so I can correct the OP for next time.

GNU Receives Cease and Decist Over the Letter "T"

Pretty much, some eurocucks trademarked the letter "T" and threatened to sue over it.

When will you improve this shitty search? It's embarrassing.

/pol/ mod neglect

This is a long overdue thread about the constant neglect of /pol/ moderation. For about maybe half a year at this point /pol/ mods have been gone for up to 12 hours each day (logs confirm this).

A month or two back the board owner had a mod application drive of which no one seriously believes was truly valid. The schedule, activity, and moderation style of these "new" mods is exactly the same as the ones before. Heil in actuality replaced two moderation accounts with two new ones and kept the same old mods to keep the charade that something was being done about the daily absences. Absences tend to start around 12 GMT 7PM CST and end around 5pm GMT or 1PM CST. In other words, /pol/ mods are absent up 12 hours each day, as said above.

Today the new low: obvious spam of 9 threads kicking out that amount of valid threads from the catalog. One of the legacy guidelines for 8chan board moderation is that the absence of moderation indicates a pattern of neglect. Because of this, 8chan administration should appoint new moderation for /pol/ based off of the mod applications Heil accumulated and/or replace Heil (the /pol/ BO) as well.

Regardless of whatever anyone's personal feelings are towards /pol/, /pol/ still remains one of the main top boards. Furthermore, because /pol/ moderation demonstrates a consistent habit of neglect and thus uninterest, they might as well give up the board for people who are interested. By the amount of /pol/ replacement boards out there, there's obviously many people eager to do their job better.


>click catalog on top of page

>opens in same tab (expected)

>click catalog on bottom of page

>opens in new tab (unexpected)

Thanks for hard work anyways!

Terry A. Davis

Hobo in Portland Edition

>currently in Portland

>currently uploading videos daily through local library

His YouTube channel:


He should be able to receive mail sent to this address:

>Terrence A. Davis

>650 NW Irving St.

>Portland, OR 97209

His e-mail address (you can send him money via PayPal):


IRC channel: #templeos-irc on Rizon beware of tsheikhs and kenster

Older threads:






The phone market is garbage, we're basically left with the choice between cancer and aids.

why isn't there a 3rd option? where is Gentoo for phones?!

/tech/ Questions and Support

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

GNOME removes features again

I seriously hate GNOME

What's the political preference of g?

do you think your preferences in software affects your preferences for politics?

Announcing Rust 1.24

The Rust team is happy to announce a new version of Rust, 1.24.0. Rust is a systems programming language focused on safety, speed, and concurrency.

This release contains two very exciting new features: rustfmt and incremental compilation!

For years now, we’ve wanted a tool that automatically can reformat your Rust code to some sort of “standard style.” With this release, we’re happy to announce that a preview of rustfmt can be used with 1.24 stable.

Back in September of 2016 (!!!), we blogged about Incremental Compilation. While that post goes into the details, the idea is basically this: when you’re working on a project, you often compile it, then change something small, then compile again. Historically, the compiler has compiled your entire project, no matter how little you’ve changed the code. The idea with incremental compilation is that you only need to compile the code you’ve actually changed, which means that that second build is faster.

As of Rust 1.24, this is now turned on by default. This means that your builds should get faster! Don’t forget about cargo check when trying to get the lowest possible build times.

This is still not the end story for compiler performance generally, nor incremental compilation specifically. We have a lot more work planned in the future. For example, another change related to performance hit stable this release: codegen-units is now set to 16 by default. One small note about this change: it makes builds faster, but makes the final binary a bit slower. For maximum speed, setting codegen-units to 1 in your Cargo.toml is needed to eke out every last drop of performance.

Cicada 3301 thread

Dump your ideas and techniques for ARGs here.

Ideas: PGP, Prime cracking, Steganography

Talos II lite comming

> For those that have been interested in the Talos II POWER-based system that is fully open-source down to the firmware but have been put off by its cost, Raptor Computer Systems today announced the Talos II Lite that is a slightly cut-down version of the Talos II Workstation.

> The Talos II Lite is still a very competent beast of a system and features a single POWER9 CPU socket, EATX chassis, 500W ATX power supply, and is sold as a barebones package. The Talos II Lite motherboard supports up to the 22-core POWER9 CPU, eight DDR4 ECC RAM slots, one PCI Express 4.0 x16 slot, one PCI Express 4.0 x8 slot, dual Gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, and one USB 2.0 port.

> The Talos II Lite is expected to begin shipping in July. For their pre-ordering, the bare chassis (motherboard + PSU + case + heatsink) is $1,399 USD while a 4-core POWER9 CPU is an additional $375, the eight-core CPU $595 USD, 18-core CPU $1375, and the 22-core model is $2575 USD. Besides the base chassis and POWER9 CPU expendature, there is also the DDR4 ECC Registered memory and any other peripherals desires for your libre system.

> While it's still a significant chunk of change, the $1,399 USD bare chassis is quite the markdown compared to the $4,925.00 price-tag on the Talos II Secure Workstation (that price does include two 4-core POWER9 CPUs). More details on the Talos II Lite system at We should be getting remote access soon to the Talos II Lite for some fresh POWER9 comparison benchmarking.

Apple Proposes Emojis of Disabled People

Who is actually going to use these?

From the aritcle:

News has just started spreading that researchers have sighted another eight Spectre like vulnerabilities in Intel processors, all resemble Spectre, four of them are critical. The new vulnerabilities are grouped and named as Spectre-ng. The newly discovered vulnerabilities would make it really easy to exploit a host from a simple VM.

German c't / Heise reports and breaks the news today, as the new vulnerabilities have not been made public just yet. There would be 'no doubt' that these are real vulnerabilities. While technical details are missing, the attack scenarios resemble close to what the Spectre vulnerabilities are.

Currently, most at risk are shared hosting providers, once you have access to your rented server-container, you could exploit the processor to retrieve secure data. All eight vulnerabilities share the same design problem that the "Meltdown and Spectre" vulnerabilities detailed as well - they are, so to speak, Spectre Next Generation ergo Spectre NG. c't mentions they have concrete information about Intel's processors and their patch plans. However, there are some indications that other processors are affected as well, at least some ARM CPUs are also vulnerable to some extent. Further research into whether and to what extent the AMD processor architecture is vulnerable at (if at all), is not yet known.

Intel is reportedly actively and nervously working on Spectre NG patches behind the scenes; other patches are developed in collaboration with the operating system manufacturers (Microsoft / Linux etc). When exactly the first Spectre NG patches and firmware updates will become available is not yet clear. According to information, Intel is planning at least two patch waves: a first one should start in May; a second is currently scheduled for August. For at least one of the Specter NG patches is already a specific date as it was Google's Project Zero that has found one of the vulnerabilities, on May 7 - the day before the Windows Patchday - the 90-day warning period expires. So it's likely that when the first patch would be released for Microsoft Windows. Microsoft is preparing CPU patches: they appear to be in the form of optional Windows updates, and not so much microcode updated (firmware). The PC motherboard and server manufacturers probably need too long for BIOS updates.

Intel classifies four of the Specter NG vulnerabilities as "high-risk"; which in Intel language is translated as: super dangerous. The danger of the other four is rated as medium. According to c't/Heise, Specter-NG risks and attack scenarios are similar to those of Specter - with one exception. C't calls the Intel vulnerabilities and their procs a Swiss Cheese due to the many security holes.

Tech /meetup/ thread

Who here wants to meet up, form a social club, or just hang out? I've been wanting to meet fellow computer hobbyists for a while and it seems hard to find. I thought that I should just make a thread.

I am located in Springfield, OR at the moment. Anyone in Oregon or The Pacific Northwest?

No idea what we'd do other than swap software and eat though. LAN Party? Talk about systemd? Compare popfurs and fetishes? Just meet up, and we'll go from there.

Consumer Advice

Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

What does /tech/ recommend instead of discord?

If I remember correctly, the reason 8chan's API embeds HTML into posts like a retard is because 4chan's API did that and all the archivers depend on it, which means changing it would break all archiving. Is it possible to provide a second endpoint that doesn't have this brain damage and provides either the raw original post (so that spoilers would be surrounded by ** rather than <span class=blah> cancer, etc.) or a sort of AST-like preparsed markup?

Blazechan Thread #4: Back in Business

Live instance (with streaming updates) at:

Blazechan is the highly-extensible blazing-fast imageboard software. It is designed to perform well and be feature-packed. Its power comes from its extension API which provides a stable and flexible way to add features.

Recent updates:

>Upcoming: theme support

>LIVE: Streaming thread updates (more info below)

>Posting code refactor to make programmatic posting possible (extensions running as bots to make automatic posts)

>Many pending bugfixes incl. crash fixes

Streaming updates: uses WebSockets to fetch thread updates instantly. Not only does it fetch new posts, it also fetches post edits, thread status changes and post deletions.

Ether Farming

For anyone who has Ethereum and want to casually make a profit, start farming shrooms.

I've already 3x my 0.05 buy in, anyone could. All the info is on the site, along with a smart contract to keep track of volume. Only at 3.6 ETH.

This is a very sad day for the internet.

my 16yo 4:3 monitor is finally dying


I love it.

it just got a smattering of dead pixels and its growing.

Can I buy a 4:3 somewhere else? or a 5:4? I fucking hate widescreen displays and can't shell out $1000+ for a screen.

How do I save it, if possible??? Running at 1024x768 75fps.

pic related.

Benq fp537s

My children keeps asking for me to install Windows on the computer so that they can play other video games that aren't supported by Linux/wine. I have told them before but they keep asking. Should I beat them? I need to get the Microsoft demons out of them. Is that the only choice? Beat them to an inch of their lives?

OpenPGP broken, EFF recommends abandoning it.

>Don’t panic! But you should stop using PGP for encrypted email and switch to a different secure communications method for now.

>A group of researchers released a paper today that describes a new class of serious vulnerabilities in PGP (including GPG), the most popular email encryption standard. The new paper includes a proof-of-concept exploit that can allow an attacker to use the victim’s own email client to decrypt previously acquired messages and return the decrypted content to the attacker without alerting the victim. The proof of concept is only one implementation of this new type of attack, and variants may follow in the coming days.

>Because of the straightforward nature of the proof of concept, the severity of these security vulnerabilities, the range of email clients and plugins affected, and the high level of protection that PGP users need and expect, EFF is advising PGP users to pause in their use of the tool and seek other modes of secure end-to-end communication for now.

>Because we are awaiting the response from the security community of the flaws highlighted in the paper, we recommend that for now you uninstall or disable your PGP email plug-in. These steps are intended as a temporary, conservative stopgap until the immediate risk of the exploit has passed and been mitigated against by the wider community. There may be simpler mitigations available soon, as vendors and commentators develop narrower solutions, but this is the safest stance to take for now. Because sending PGP-encrypted emails to an unpatched client will create adverse ecosystem incentives to open incoming emails, any of which could be maliciously crafted to expose ciphertext to attackers.

Was there any particular piece of technology that downgraded throughout the years and was at a higher level lets say in the 80s-90s?

i am talking about anything general like radios,radars,eletronics e.t.c

you're at a GNU/Windows conference walk into elevator fagioli waddles in it's really him he's ea

you're at a GNU/Windows conference

walk into elevator

fagioli waddles in

it's really him

he's eating a footlong chicken sub from subway with one hand

he immediately presses the door close button and then the top floor button with the other

"This should get us there alright"

he farts loudly and very wetly as you're starting to go up

starts giggling to himself awkwardly

quickly finishes the rest of his sandwich

pulls out his phone with his ranch covered hands

starts taking selfies

you can see everything he's doing on his phone

he starts posting about what just happened on twitter

46 more floors to go

what would you do?


suggestion: have file upload detect filesize of image before uploading so I don't upload 30MB of image just to be denied.

/ipfs/ - IPFS Thread #2

Last thread (>>793208) doesn't seem to be bumping anymore




>>Add options for record count and timeout for resolving DHT paths (ipfs/go-ipfs#4733)

>>Add low power init profile (ipfs/go-ipfs#4154)

>>Add Opentracing plugin support (ipfs/go-ipfs#4506)

>>Add make target to build source tarballs (ipfs/go-ipfs#4920)


>>Add BlockedFetched/Added/Removed events to Blockservice (ipfs/go-ipfs#4649)

>>Improve performance of HAMT code (ipfs/go-ipfs#4889)

>>Avoid unnecessarily resolving child nodes when listing a sharded directory (ipfs/go-ipfs#4884)

>>Tar writer now supports sharded ipfs directories (ipfs/go-ipfs#4873)

>>Infer type from CID when possible in ipfs ls (ipfs/go-ipfs#4890)

>>Deduplicate keys in GetMany (ipfs/go-ipfs#4888)

tl;dr for Beginners

>decentralized P2P network

>like torrenting, but instead of getting a .torrent file or magnet link that shares a pre-set group of files, you get a hash of the files which is searched for in the network and served automatically

>you can add files to the entire network with one line in the CLI or a drag-and-drop into the web interface

>HTTP gateways let you download any hash through your browser without running IPFS

>can stream video files in mpv or VLC (though it's not recommended unless the file has a lot of seeds)

How it Works

When you add a file, the files are cryptographically hashed and a merkle tree is created. These hashes are announced by the IPFS client to the nodes in the network. (The IPFS team often describes the network as a "Merkle forest.") Any user can request one of these hashes and the nodes set up peer connections automatically. If two users share the same file then both of them can seed it to a third person requesting the hash, as opposed to .torrent files/magnets which require both seeders use the same file.


>Is it safe?

It's about as safe as a torrent right now, ignoring the relative obscurity bonus. They are working on integration with TOR and I2P. Check out libp2p if you're curious.

>Is it fast?

Finding a seeder can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes. It's slowly improving but still requires a fair bit of optimization work. Once the download starts, it's as fast as the peers can offer, just like a torrent.

>Is it a meme?

You be the judge.

It has implementations in Go (meant for desktop integration) and Javascript (meant for browser/server integration) in active development that are functional right now, it has a bunch of side projects that build on it, and it divides important parts of its development (IPLD, libp2p, etc) into separate projects that allow for drop-in support for many existing technologies.

On the other hand, it's still alpha software with a small userbase and has poor network performance.

Websites of interest

Official IPFS HTTP gateway. Slap this in front of a hash and it will download a file from the network. Be warned that this gateway is slower than using the client and accepts DMCAs.

Pomf clone that utilizes IPFS. Currently 10MB limit.

Also hosts a gateway at which doesn't have any DMCA requests as far as I can tell.


IPFS index, has some links (add before to access without installing IPFS)

I have a large music collection. Some of it's in Genre Folders followed by Artist Folders. Some of it's in Album folders scattered about, Some of it's loose files.

I need something to organize this shit based on metadata (something not every file has). I remember using iTunes a long ass time ago and it had a feature where it could move your library to the iTunes "Media" directory and automatically organize the directory structure for you (along with missing metadata).

Is there anything like this for GNU/Linux? It would be impossible for a human to do in my case.


>Tl;DR: AMT is remotely vulnerable via default passwords

Tech was right again!

Sorry I keep posting ET; they're just my favorite site

Purism got a (((courtesy request))) from intel to stop

> Purism has been working on reverse-engineering the Intel Firmware Support Package (FSP) module but it looks like that work may have taken a turn.

> A Phoronix reader tipped us off this morning that the Intel FSP reverse-engineering information made public by Purism has now been retracted. The past several months Purism has been working on reverse-engineering the Intel FSP to free the system further to run on only open-source code rather than still having the Intel binary-only module paired with Coreboot. Their big focus this year has been on figuring out the actual silicon initialization code inside the FSP. Purism's Youness Alaoui was very close to finding out this information at the start of April and he wrote a lengthy blog post outlining his reverse-engineering work.

> But as we were informed this morning by a sharp-eyed reader, that post has now been removed:

>> 2018-04-23 update: after receiving a courtesy request from Intel’s Director of Software Infrastructure, we have decided to remove this post’s technical contents while we investigate our options.

> That same individual also pointed out the repository where they had been working on their FSP code has also been taken offline. That's about all we know for now, but will update if/when we hear more.


Archived sites taken from the forum comments:

Why was pic related thread deleted? Asking about installing long-obsolete OSes is considered non-/tech/?

8chan's now #1,484 in USA

#3,909 Globally

8chan is apparently not dying.

ITT: silly ideas we have

I will start:

Why do we keep writing programs in plain ASCII, in text editors that come straight out of the 80's? Why don't we experiment programming without writing text? Imagine an editor where, instead of writing for loops, you spawn blocks with shortcuts? This would probably make programming much faster, as you arrange the logic much more visually. No syntax errors, fewer logic errors.

What would happen if Reddit made a internet bill?

Well, now we know!

>claims to protect userdata

<instead is another law to destroy startups and the internet

Thanks !






Haha, epic, dude! Hilarious! Based!

void linux a shit

Use void they said, it's what arch should be they said.

Void users BTFO

install gentoo

[devuan] Devuan "ASCII" 2.0 Release Candidate

Dear Init Freedom Lovers,

Once again the Veteran Unix Admins salute you!

We are happy to announce that the Devuan 2.0 ASCII Release Candidate

is now available thanks to the support, feedback, and collaboration of

the Devuan community. Devuan 2.0 ASCII Stable will be following soon.

The Devuan 2.0 ASCII RC installer now offers a wider variety of

Desktop Environments including XFCE, KDE, MATE, Cinnamon, LXQT (with

others available post-install). In addition, there are options for

"Console productivity" with hundreds of CLI and TUI utils, as well as

a minimal base system ideal for servers.

When installing from ISO, the expert install option offers a choice of

SysVinit and OpenRC. Official ready-to-use Devuan 2.0 ASCII RC images

are available for dozens of ARM boards and SOCs, including Raspberry

Pi, BeagleBone, OrangePi, BananaPi, OLinuXino, Cubieboard, Nokia N900,

and several Chromebooks, as well as for Virtualbox/QEMU/Vagrant.

The desktop-live images are recommended for users to explore and

easily install Devuan 2.0 ASCII RC and also for the press to review

the default Xfce desktop.

The minimal-live image provides a full-featured console-based system

with a particular focus on accessibility.

Devuan developers have already started working on the third Devuan

release codenamed Beowulf (Planet nr. 38086). Preliminary installer

images should be ready for testing soon.

## Download

Devuan 2.0 ASCII Release Candidate images are available for download at:

and from the ISO mirrors listed at:

The latter URL also includes information about the official Devuan


## Upgrade

Upgrade paths from Debian Jessie, Devuan Jessie, and Debian Stretch

are available. Please see the instructions at:

The following will be enough to upgrade if you are already using

Devuan ASCII Beta: apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade

## Derivatives

The Devuan project is about providing a reliable universal base for

derivatives to build on its foundation. These recent Devuan

derivatives deserve special recognition:

Maemo Leste is a new ASCII-based derivative succesfully ported on a

number of mobile phones like the Nokia N900, N950, Motorola Droid 4,

Allwinner tablets and more.

DecodeOS is another ASCII-based derivative targeting micro-service

usage on anonymous network clusters. It includes original software

developed to automatically build p2p networks as Tor hidden service


heads, the libre privacy distro previously based on ASCII, continues

its development and has already moved forward to Beowulf as its new


More Devuan derivatives can be found at:

## Contact

Mailing list:

IRC: #devuan #devuan-dev (Freenode)


Press contact:

Bug tracker:

Popularity contest:

## Appreciation

We wish to thank all of you for the incredible support given to this

development effort, which continues to make Devuan a useful and

reliable base distro as well as a pleasant and cooperative community.

To support the Devuan project:

Financial reports for the year 2017 are available for download from

the same page.

happy hacking ;^)

Low Life

We all know we're high tech here… but how low life are you, cyberpunks? Share some of your best motherfuckery and tales of the best worst shit you've done.

How to disable fucking password randomization? I can't take it anymore!

Program has significant flaws in its design due to an authoritarian structure


I've been subject to coercive control programs for the past three years now while the organization has been attempting to either recruit me or attempting to ciphon data from my head for the past three years. I'm unsure as to what their goals are– through the strange communications channels we've established, which I would like to mention are absolutely beautiful and lovely as to how it's designed, with all its colors, shapes and numerical hints and whatnot, I have unfortunately reached my witt's end, and am essentially teetering on the brink of killing myself. I don't think I really need to tell you all the details as to what that was, since I feel like you'll have all that data at the end of the day. But, if you don't, I would appreciate you telling me over private channels.

Long story short, I "burned" a lot of offices. I don't know what the hell I'm supposed to do. No one will talk to me like a person and I can't stand it.

Please reach out to me. I just want to die at this point.

"Here I am, stuck in the middle with you."

Request: Catalog: Sort by last reply

Request: Catalog: Sort by last reply

I want to be aware of new posts regardless of whether the thread is bumplocked. Picrelated is of h*lfchan.

Why does filtering someone not remove their post from the backlinks on a post? If I filter some retarded tripfag I want any mention of their existence wiped from my interface.

High WEBM volume

Is this an 8chan thing or something with my browser or what?

I have my system volume level set just right so that I can play vidya and watch YouTube videos within comfortable parameters. However, webms played on this site seem to be at 2-3x the normal volume, so oftentimes have to turn my system volume way down.

Is there a way to normalize the volume at all?

I don't even fucking care anymore, I'm just fucking pissed

>waste time trying to be a quality poster on /v/, reporting shitposts, making my opinions known in meta threads, making high quality OPs, archiving, actually discussing video games

>get accused of samefagging for shitting on the Switch in a Switch thread (created by Cake Kike no less) because there's (1)s everywhere shitting on it (as is fucking usual in shit threads, it happens in every fucking Switch thread and shitpost thread like Steam threads)

>get banned by cobalt

>person who accuses me of samefag admits to going to cuckchan and lurking there

>Switch fanboy's posts are up

>meanwhile I sit with a ban

>I've been banned more in the last 4 months than in the last 3 and a half years on /v/ as a result

This is just a "fuck you /v/" thread at this point, post examples of cuckchanners who go unpunished, and general injustices on /v/

Fuck them all, I fucking hate them why fucking bother trying to start discussion on a Nintendo forum anyways. The sad part is I'm not beholden to any consolemaker or PC maker in terms of being a fan of any of them. All of my handhelds save my new Vita is from Nintendo, nearly all my consoles were from Nintendo (my last one was the game cube), and I mainly stick to GoG and non-DRM games on PC

Seriously, why the fuck is this shit allowed?

Why doesn't Mark or any of the moderation staff fuckign care that cuckchanners and redditors are invading? Why ban legitimate fucking users? Why delete all posts in all threads because you didn't like one or a few posts in one thread and were too fucking LAZY to check the post history?

IT fucking pisses me off. /v/ was my home and now its become a den of merchants, shills, cuckchanners and redditors and the owner of the house doesn't care, his fuckboi police officers don't care and beat up anyone who complains

It fucking pisses me off

Autistic rant over

Spy vs. Spy

What are ways of detecting bugged or pwnd devices? Hardware or software, spyware or malware. Any and all.

It seems like using a sniffer (like wireshark, MITMproxy) to check for suspicious outgoing packets is the most effective option. What other techniques are there?

>inb4 obligatory cynical reply that doesnt contribute to the thread

The author of 7zip doesn't compile his binaries with ASLR because the binaries are smaller. Haha wtf? People still use 7zip after that? It's probably full of security vulnerabilities.

Freenet and other alternative darknet platforms

Anyone here use Freenet? it's very fast. The security vulnerabilities are worth hesitation, however. Perhaps its lack of use and maybe lack of surveillance makes up for that?

By alternatives, I mean alternatives to Tor. I like Tor, but it could be shut down by ZOG in an instant and then we'd be left with our cocks in our hands, gents.

Is BASIC still worth learning?


So what is the most reliable, secure, and tried and true encryption method available? What is the best software for this in the current year+2

I've heard truecrypt has been compromised years ago, but heard that old versions of it are still secure and unbreakable. does anyone know the cutoff version for truecrypt before it became compromised? i've been saving truecrypt installation files for years. some people suggest bitlocker but an encryption program is only as good as the company that made it, and i trust microsoft about as much as a trust the NSA.

What do you guys use and why do you use it?

How into solving pic related? I know what the solution is, but can't seem to get to it the proper way. Have been meandering in circles between forms like x=(1/4)^x or log_2(x)=-2x but all to no avail. What needs to be done here? Online step by step solvers either throw in the towel with this equation or want a paid subscription to show steps.


What is your opnion on current state of robots?

Do you have experience with robot pets?

What is the state of the art? Some time ago the best ones where Cozmo and Sphero. I'm half thinking of buying one, do they get old quickly?

How do you think they will evolve in the future? Would they replace cats and dogs?

Recently the guys behind silicon sex dolls are talking about animatronic sex dolls [Embed]

Would you?


/v/ is supposed to be a board for videogames enthusiasts and hardcore gamers, and yet at any given time it is possible to see multiple threads about Nintendo, a company infamous in the sector for being the one that most widely caters to the taste of casual and occasional gamers.

Now, I don't see any threads on /tv/ about series like Modern Family or Grey's Anatomy, despite both being some of the most popular TV series airing, and that's because the userbase is mature enough to either not watch those programs clearly aimed at a completely different audience than the film enthusiasts who browse it, or to realize that discussing them is out of place in a site dedicated to enthusiasts of particular interests like 8chan is.

On the other hand, Nintendo threads plague /v/ constantly, and are some of the worst threads on the board in the matter of quality of posts. This, of course reflects the immature and non-internet-savy nature of the average Nintendo fan, which is not and could ever not be a videogames enthusiasts, so these threads pose an actual nuisance to the actual hardcore gamers that wished to discuss their hobby with likeminded individuals on /v/. They are also known falseflagggers, shitposters and general console warriors, further decreasing the quality of life on the board.

My proposal to solve this issue, which is arguably one of the root causes for the current state of /v/, is to ban any user that mentions anything related to Nintendo, be it games, consoles or IPs. I'm sure that the quality of the board would increase tremendously, if the moderation makes clear that Nintendo fans are not welcome on /v/, driving them away from the userbase in a permanent manner, thus removing the main source of bad posters on the board.

Feel free to discuss how long the ban should be, I advocate a 3 days ban for first offenders and then a permanent ban for repeat offenders.


Obviously this would include removing known jew (((Mark))) from the position of Board Owner, as he is one of the most vocal nintoddler of them all, but I highly doubt anybody would mind nor protest that at this point anyways.

Desktop thread

Post 'em, fuckos.

I need a girlfriend? How can I find one




Paranoid Anons /g/ Guide V.2

Dumping massive /g/ guide and redpill


following these instructions may severely break your computer and firefox and may ruin your privacy and your entire life.

do any of these things at your own risk.

I am not responsible for anything bad that happens to you.

Some of these things DO mess up your ability to use 8chan and screw up the way the site functions so pick and choose carefully, use saves/different profiles or something.

This may void your warranty.

Ask a professional and the mozilla team before doing anything.

You have been warned.

first open about:config

to protect against SSLv3 exploit you can use the mozilla addon "SSL version control"

or set security.tls.version.min = 1 in about:config for Mozilla Firefox.

To restore change the value back to the security.tls.version.min = 0. That's it.

In Mozilla Thunderbird you can set it also in about:config, which You can find in: Tools → Options → Advanced → General → Config Editor.

Always use a firefox fork that gets regular good security updates. never use a main distribution. the underdogs are your friends.

remember to explore "about:permissions" as well.

(search these so they come up)

network.http.pipelining TRUE

network.http.pipelining.ssl TRUE

network.http.proxy.pipelining TRUE

network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy Right click, select modify, set it to 8-10

network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server set it to 8-10 too

network.http.max-connections-per-server set it to 16

network.http.pipelining.maxrequests also set to be 8

network.http.redirection-limit Set to 3

network.dns.disableIPv6 Set to true Set to false

dom.popup_maximum set to 3

network.prefetch-next FALSE (disables prefetching)

network.dns.disablePrefetch TRUE (extra layer of telling fox to not prefetch)


icecat/palemoon/seamonkey/iceweasel/ are FORKS! don't use google chrome or other junk browsers!

disable google geolocation and reporting: FALSE FALSE

geo.enabled FALSE

geo.wifi.logging.enabled FALSE

geo.wifi.uri (delete the value)

browser.safebrowsing.appRepURL (delete the value)

browser.safebrowsing.debug FALSE

browser.safebrowsing.enabled FALSE

browser.safebrowsing.gethashURL (delete the value)

browser.safebrowsing.malware.enabled FALSE

browser.safebrowsing.malware.reportURL (delete the value)

browser.safebrowsing.reportURL (delete the value)

browser.safebrowsing.updateURL (delete the value)

services.sync.prefs.sync.browser.safebrowsing.enabled FALSE

services.sync.prefs.sync.browser.safebrowsing.malware.enabled FALSE

(take a break here and read how to fix the internet for everyone)

- install TOR software on EVERY router, complete unfiltered

- force EVERYONE to use PGP, no exceptions

- forbid non open source software in essential parts of using the internet (webbrowser, mail client...)

- build a company which is only there for pen-testing, if something is found, they have to call/mail the website owner and inform him

- build a company which is completly transparent, the only thing they do is build network hardware, everyone has the right to look into their files/production processes to verify there are no backdoors in the hardware

- same for computer manufacturers

- ISPs are forbidden to give "middle traffic speed", but they have to give you a minimum traffic speed for every time

(break is done, keep on going!)

media.peerconnection.enabled FALSE DISABLE IT

Turn off the new tab page, and makes it about:blank:

browser.newtab.url => about:blank

Turn off file virus-scan after download: => false

Battlestations or the like

Let's have a Cheeky Battlestation, first time posting mine.

Also way off-topic:
I liked/still like /g/ on halfchan, say what you will but COMPARED to many of the other boards it was much more mature and being so SFW was a real nice break. People were surprisingly helpful and kind. Many threads actually stayed on topic can you believe.

I hope this board will keep some of the values of old /g/. Right now on the catalog there is some kind of anime character sitting on a traffic cone - I hope you all understand. We all have our laughs over at places like /v/, but browsing /g/ was always a pleasant experience.

YouTube TV keeps getting better -- adds 'The Young Turks' and 'Tastemade' channels


YouTube TV is a really great streaming TV service that I recommend very highly. Google's offering works so well, that I was able to cancel my cable TV without any regrets. For $40 a month you get tons of channels, local sports, an unlimited cloud DVR, and multi-platform support. Never did I think I would be passionate about a television provider, but here I am.

I follow @YouTubeTV on Twitter so I can learn about suggested programming, but also, that is where the service announces channel additions. That's probably my favorite aspect of YouTube TV -- it is often gaining new channels without raising the price. Case in point, today, YouTube TV announced on Twitter the addition of two new channels -- The Young Turks and Tastemade. In addition to the tweets, YouTube TV also emailed customers about the news.

Now, I'll be honest, I don't know much about these particular channels, but who can argue with more selection at the same price? Upon further investigation, The Young Turks is apparently a liberal media channel, while Tastemade is focused on cooking, dining, and eating.

The latter has me more excited than the former, but I'll give both a chance. Regardless of your political leanings, it can be interesting to experience views that differ from yours. In other words, even conservatives should give The Young Turks a shot -- why not?

Earlier today, when I got the opportunity, I fired up my iPhone, and sure enough, both channels were already available. When I have some downtime in the future, I'll watch both extensively on my Apple TV. I'll then decide if they will be added to my regular rotation -- YouTube TV lets you hide the channels you don't like.

Are you a YouTube TV subscriber that is excited about these channels? Please tell me why or why not in the comments below.

dwm vs i3

i3 may be more practical but dwm is cooler in principle

I like my Dell.

Development Effort


How would I bypass a cheap ($200 or so) fingerprinting machine used to check employees' hours worked?

My company just got told to start using it from overseas headquarters and my managers abhor it. Many thanks to someone that can offer a solution.

I'm guessing something like using hot glue to take a mold of the fingertip wouldn't work.

Best Firefox fork?

Waterfox and Pale Moon are spyware and IceCat is incredibly slow for me as well as lacking quite a few add ons I use, is IceWeasel any good?

Hey there anons!

I invite you to the 100th incarnation of a discord server to have a bit of banter ;)


Daily reminder IRC is old tech and riot sucks.

The Thirty Million Line Problem

There is 30 million lines of software between the hardware and your programs. All these layers slow everything down and make it buggy and unreliable. The reason it's there is because hardware has gotten to complex and varied. We need to go back to the DOS days where the OS would just launch a program, or amiga where every single game was a bootable disk.


Home IC Fab

Why aren't you fabricating your own IC's /tech/?

This neet did all the research necessary to understand photolithography and set up his own fab in his parents garage. In a 66 step process he produces amplifier chips with an 80% yield. It takes him about 12 Hours per run.

He made a number of videos explaining the process and they seem to be of decent quality considering he claims to have only completed HS and no post-secondary.

In any case its definitely interesting and worth looking into if you want to escape the botnet.

So, what data do you collect and who are the people purchasing that data? If you want to rank by amount of purchase requests or dollar value I'd appreciate both/either.

So, Desktop Thread?

I've missed you guys.

Post your current desktop, I'll go first. Taken with an external camera for added aesthetic value.

Why do (You) think there are so few women in programming?

Is it really because of a sexist and unwelcoming atmosphere?

Most nerds would love to have a woman among them right?

CloverOS wallpapers

Dumping all the CloverOS wallpapers that were made so far

Online Spyware Watchdog

Hi /tech/, it's been a while since the last thread about this project, so I thought I would make a new thread because I've been more active in editing the website, and I have more free time now.

The Online Spyware Watchdog is a website I have been working on, on and off for a while, you can visit it here:

This is a website that is supposed to be a resource for learning about spyware- software that collects information about its users. It basically exists right now as a collection of articles that describe specific software, assigns it a "Spyware Score", and then has a detailed explanation of how that software spies on you. The idea of the website is that it's a living document, and that new articles and changes to existing articles are contributed to the website over e-mail. So, it's supposed to be a place on the internet that consolidates all the information about how a certain program is spying on you into one article- you'll notice that if you want to find out all of the ways that a program like Discord spies on you, the information is spread out across the privacy policy and several threads and forum posts that explain other spyware features that the privacy policy doesn't mention. This website is supposed to have a synopsis of all of that information so that people can be more aware of it.

Lately, the website has been getting a lot of traffic, a lot more than it was getting earlier, I think this is because a few weeks ago RMS created a page about why Discord is bad on his website linking to an article on the website: And then there was the controversy about Discord among /pol/ users which happened more recently which probably drove a lot of traffic to the site as well. The website has had almost 40k total hits when i'm writing this. So since a lot of people are looking at the site, I thought I would fix it up a little (I've been working on it more and adding new articles lately) and make a new thread for it.

You can read my earlier thread about this project here:

Documentation and poor dev practices

Today I had one realized just how stupid documentation has become. UIs have some how got so clunky that basic information is hidden away behind an internet connection that's always assumed to be there.

An example. I installed a custom UI for a game. It added some minor quality of life improvements, nothing major. When you open it, it's just a wall of options with vague names. "Timer", "Health" type options. None of which you can mouse over to get a description of or have any sort of tool tips explaining their purpose. But all this has been written and is accessible on a wiki dedicated to the program.

This is piss poor UI design at it's worst. All the effort was put in to document these things yet not give you access to them. If you were setting it up offline then you're shit out of luck. If the website goes down you're similarly out of luck. It's adding a weak link into the chain which doesn't need to be there.

This has been happening now for a couple of years and it's only getting worse. First documentation was moved to a PDF, now it's outside of the system entirely. It's bizarre how people are some how making UIs worse and worse and then finding ways to make it harder to get round them. I don't believe they have got more autistic because UI designers have always been autistic as fuck. Which means they're getting dumber. Is this where the diversity hires are ending up?

How will 8chan deal with the U.S. gutting CDA section 230 protections?

>The House of Representatives is about to vote on a bill that would force online platforms to censor their users. The Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA, H.R. 1865) might sound noble, but it would do nothing to stop sex traffickers. What it would do is force online platforms to police their users’ speech more forcefully than ever before, silencing legitimate voices in the process.

>The House Rules Committee is about to approve a new version of FOSTA [.pdf] that incorporates most of the dangerous components of SESTA. This new Frankenstein’s Monster of a bill would be a disaster for Internet intermediaries, marginalized communities, and even trafficking victims themselves.

The bill changes section 230 of the CDA, the law that protects website owners from liability for what their users post, to carve out an exception for instances of human trafficking. Site owners can be held liable and subject to a criminal fine or imprisonment for not more than 20 years.



Voting on the House Floor is scheduled for THIS TUESDAY. Start spreading this information on as many websites as you can before it's too late. If you know anyone with a large audience try and get them to spread the word. If this bill becomes law then it's GAME OVER for free speech on the internet.

How do I hide posts without images on this website?

Rural cyberpunk

So much cyberpunk stuff seems to take place in cities. How'd things be going in rural areas?

transparent proxies

Say sudiomonkey,can you see my real IP when I use a transparent proxy?

Read this,Transparent proxies disclose your IP address to the remote Web site by using the "X-Forwarded-For" http header.

What about anonymous proxies?

Read this:Anonymous proxies do not disclose your IP address with the X-Forwarded-For header, but they do leave "tracks" in the form of an "Http-Via" header that could be used to trace back to your IP.

And finally:High Anon proxies

I've heard these are untraceable

Since I must upload an image to create a new thread

A Serious Plea to the Administration

CodeMonkey et al -

We need to talk about the absolute state of this site. It is failing. It is dying. Something needs to be done to return this place to its former days of glory, to the state it was in that attracted us all here in the first place.

To find out what is wrong with 8chan, you need to go no further than the threads here in /sudo/ which tell the story very vividly. What are the main complaints? Board owners and mods. And which boards appear consistently at the top of the complaint list? /pol/, /v/, and /b/. Why is that? It's almost as if… I dunno… as if these are of the most iconic imageboard board names. Almost every single imageboard in existence has a /pol/, /v/, /b/, /tech/, /fit/, etc, so it stands to reason that people will gravitate to boards of the same names here because it's what they know. However, the difference between 8chan and other imageboards is that the boards on 8chan are not administered by the site, but by the users themselves.

So why is that a problem? Let's take /b/ as an example, using pic related as case in point. Dysnomia has employed several absolutely shitty mods who ride roughshod over everything /b/ is supposed to be. In case of the ban shown in my pic, he has employed remedy who has declared any image containing a fully clothed child in a non-seductive/non-suggestive pose as child pornography or DOST and worthy of a PERMANENT BAN. remedy is also not the only powertripping mod. Just look at /b/'s board log. But who cares, right? If you don't like the board, just make your own. THEREIN LIES THE PROBLEM. Because /b/ has "brand distinctiveness" like /v/ and /pol/, any attempts to create alternate /b/-themed boards fails because everyone gravitates naturally to the iconic name. No one pages all the way to the end of the board list to discover /bbbb/ or /newb/.

How to fix this site

See primary pic related which is a mock-up I've done to illustrate an alternate board architecture. This design prevents popular board names from being commandeered by fuckboys like Mark and Dysnomia and gives alternate boards a fair shake in becoming successful boards themselves.

Very little redesign would be required here. You just add an additional level above boards called BoardCategory. This also shouldn't be a breaking change to the site since board links will still work, as will the board logs. In fact, the only change made to the board database table itself is adding a foreign key reference to the new BoardCategory table. That's it.

But how, exactly, will this actually fix anything?

Probably 90% of the bitching that occurs on this site will vanish. This necessarily equates directly to user satisfaction. Imaging coming to /sudo/ and seeing nothing but actual tech support threads? Imagine no longer having to wade through a sea of bitchfests about how certain BOs run their boards. Higher user satisfaction equates to visitor retention.

CodeMonkey, please consider this change before it's too late. You can still save this site, so don't give up on us now.

iOS compatibility issues

I realized after the iOS 11.3 firmware update went live iOS users been having issues posting on 8chan and other chan sites including cuckchan. It either said connections issues or post got stuck at 60% depending on how long the post was. I have been noticing far fewer apple users on chan sites because of the glitch recently. so this error probably widespread. Have any advice on how to fix my situation? Or working on the iOS computability glitch as we speak?

Does anybody think Jim was secretly fucking Hotweels the entire time before he threw him to the pigs?

Think about this for a second,Jim was a horny old jew, the kind that sticks his dick in everything.All the sudden you have access to an potato that is oftentimes hanging out in your bed.

Hotweels was problably Jims fleshlight and his personal fuck toy(which explains all the sexual chemistry between the two later on)

it problably went something like this:

>Jim is in his bed with Hotweels and starts to get horny,thinking about sheklels when all the sudden he starts to look at Hotweels small cripple body

>Jim at first fights it off but then slowly starts to grab hotweels tight ass

>No fucking kike what are you doing

>Jim feels bad about it but he cant hold it anymore so he takes his erect circumisiced cock and shoves it on Hotweels malformed.asshole

>No Jim ,Hotweels is hurt please stop(while crying a bit)

>But Jim doesnt stop he continues fucking Hotweels (problably while thinking about how he.doesnt have computers at the same time) while hitweels begs him to stop

>No jim NO,please jim stop

>jim finally cums all over hotweels tight ass

>jim problably feels bad about it and says "oy vey"

>but he continues doing this for years,oftentimes using hotweels has his personal fuck toy when hes horny

>problably also washes him after he uses him

>not only hotweels ass gets pounded by jim on his cripplechair but he very likely also makes him give bjs

>hotweels is browsing and jim arrives,he knows he is about to get molested again so he doesnt fight it anymore he just lets jim approach him unzip his pants and give him a bj while pushing his tiny head

anyway he problably stopped at some point,what do you guys think?

Last 50 Posts

How much longer do we need to beg for this

image expansion

Images aren't expanding unless users are logged into a board.

plix fix

Hotpocket Utilities

As a part of """""""""""learning"""""""""""" javascript I'll post the scripts I smash together into this thread. One day they'll all be in one big script I'll call "Hotpocket X". Be forewarned it's almost all entirely pasted.

This is the first one. For those of you who mod fast boards, I think you'll find it somewhat useful. It displays a list of recent posts in the bottom right corner of the index. As you navigate your board to post on it, you'll see new posts display in the recent posts section, where you'll be able to quickly moderate them. No longer will you need to keep tabs on /recent/ to find out what people are posting. Moderate without ever having to leave the page!

User JS:

function prepareFrame() {
var ifrm = document.createElement("iframe");
ifrm.setAttribute("src", "");
ifrm.setAttribute("class", "recentPostsiframe"); = "640px"; = "480px";


User CSS:

.recentPostsiframe {
bottom: 0;
width: 420px !important;
height: 450px !important;
border: 1px solid #89A;

I hope you guys find it useful.

Suggestions and requested features are welcome. The next thing I'll probably work on is inlining the moderator actions.

>4chan keeps getting frozen

>People think the "refugees" will flood 8chan

>no poster increases whatsoever

What the fuck bros I thought we are better than 4cuck



Please fix this scripting simian.

test here





Banned from /qresearch/

Been on /qresearch/ for months made zestier memes than this.

singlepicture_spambot <- I did not "Spam" anything i have at most 2-3 posts per thread in qresearch, the memes i make are singular and original i sometimes provide batter. I actively try not to spam.

I have already made some great content for /qresearch/ see memes 20


ID: c808cd

Are the board claiming requests ever read? It is terrible to watch this chan becoming a landfill.

Why is the quality of the posts on this site so low? Where are all the high-IQ posters?

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Images keep disappearing

Why the fuck do images still keep disappearing? It's been 8 months since the hack, fix your site already.

Here's a recent example: >>>/kocsog/4155

The images was there a few days ago, here it is archived by the Wayback Machine:

And here's the archiving from today, which shows the 404, in case someone reposts it meanwhile:

I know that I can repost it somewhere else, I've spent hours finding the missing images and then hunting down copies that match the sha256 hash, sometimes without success. I wouldn't whine if this was missing since the hack, but now I have proof that this one disappeared recently. How? And why? Don't you think you should do something about it?

Suggestion: PeerTube Embeds

>free and open source video host that anyone can run

>registration only requests e-mail, username, and password

>can make separate channels to organize content

>viewer comments and feedback

>subscribe by rss, any ActivityPub based social media account, or PeerTube account (soon)


>can access videos with bittorrent client and from any instance

With listed traits, this sounds like a good YouTube alternative. It doesn't have advertising partnerships and analytics so other posters need not caution about unconditionally giving support through clicks.

The drawbacks is that it's p2p based video playing, so viewers will seed to other viewers in addition to the peertube instance. It's also federated with many other instances, so I'm not sure if this adds a challenge to integrating it with 8chan.

This is the list of instances.

Sample tag which should be the same across them.

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Can't screencap in a particular thread

I can't screencap in >>>/u/26546

I can screencap in some other threads, only picked a random one to try it out and where I reported it.

Using Screencap without selecting at least a single post only renders a small clear/transparent thumbnail.

AV1 Support

How soon will 8ch add support for AV1 webms? FFmpeg has added support for AV1 so now hopefully encoding times with AV1 won't be complete madmen tier levels.

Greetings, anons.

How do I fix this problem?

This link does not open for me:


Feature Request - Image Filtering

Since the capability is already there to hash the file name of the image, can we please have the ability to filter posts using them.