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Backup account is up> pleroma.oniichanylo2tsi4.onion
It's on the .onion domain so you won't be able to access it unless you allow hidden service connections. I'll probably use it from time to time.

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(flashback,never forget.)
Cnn: We are the victims of harassment!
Also cnn: We will threaten to post your information if you post bad memes about us.


bitchute.com/video/xN-5ePiBmWM

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Winamp was a thing for you in the past?

Corporate media now bringing it back to the spotlight after a new release some time back.

BUT: Winamp is proprietary, never mind the memories;

check out free & open source Winamp alternative / clone QMMP!

==> qmmp.ylsoftware.com/
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#Linux #music #Winamp #Qmmp #musicplayer #freesw #OpenSource #ItReallyWhipsTheLlamasAss #deleteWindows

So I figured out what I will do with this account from now on. This is where I will post news articles and all. The other account will be for mostly everything else.

ALEX JONES (FULL SHOW) Monday 11/12/18: Jim Hoft, Mike Adams, News, Calls, Headlines & Analysis bitchute.com/video/mMNYdxk28ad

got this gtk stuff working... bedtime now
@orangesec_0 @Siedge the real switch you need to do is allow outbound federation over tor for the onion tld.

Backup account is up> pleroma.oniichanylo2tsi4.onion
It's on the .onion domain so you won't be able to access it unless you allow hidden service connections. I'll probably use it from time to time.

I wonder how long it will take for the news media to say some bs like I was causing hate speech in order to try to get me DE-platformed. Honestly I think why it hasn't happened yet is it would make them look more dumb than they already are.

join the #onionfederation

set up your own server (instructions coming soon) or try out oniifam http://pleroma.oniichanylo2tsi4.onion/
@1iceloops123 i2p is totally doable (for federation along side tor) that one doesn't have an i2p address right now.
It drives me crazy when sites block access via #Tor to read-only resources (like articles)---it doesn't make much sense to me. It's probably a quick decision by a team of people that don't really care or think about it, but it has strong effects that in the best case discourage use of an important privacy/anonymity tool, and in the worst case outright prevent certain users from accessing those resources (if Tor is their only option).

A common workaround I use is to prepend "https://web.archive.org/" to the URL to load it in the #WaybackMachine from the Internet Archive. Sometimes websites block even that.

The Internet Archive does great, important work, btw. Here's a recent article that emphasizes some of the major problems they're solving:

https://blog.archive.org/2018/10/01/more-than-9-million-broken-links-on-wikipedia-are-now-rescued/

China's Maxim – Leave No Access Point Unexploited: The Hidden Story of China Telecom's BGP Hijacking scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/vie (PDF) #china #BGP #Hijacking t.co/opyGPyXo9B

Some SSDs have had their full-disk encryption password be 32 NULL bytes, no matter your input 🤦‍♂️ ru.nl/publish/pages/909282/dra (PDF) #encryption #fail t.co/1XCQWplJv7

Also, funny to see the document "for Trust and Security in Cyberspace" is leaking metadata!
We're quite not there yet, apparently t.co/DhEwcT6JAi

Some major French websites haven't fixed their basic XSS 🙄 (publicly available on @openbugbounty h/t @sS55752750) cc @lequipe @le_figaro @allocine @free @ANSSI_FR t.co/JqYVuku4Ko

tl;dr: eTLS makes it possible for your {company|ISP|proxy} to decipher your communications, ETSI paper etsi.org/deliver/etsi_ts/10350 (PDF)

"enterprise-grade encryption"

ie. plaintext

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