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sleepsleep
https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles4/

debug, decompile, analyze,

these are binary nuclear weapons some sort. Laughing Laughing

please handle with care,
possibly to escape virtual machine and attack host.

this thread will start cached in NSA server,, 3,... 2, ..., 1...
Post 17 Sep 2014, 12:40
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typedef



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sleepsleep
stop worrying about these things Wink

Eventually people turn out to be super paranoid because of this stuff.
Post 17 Sep 2014, 14:45
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Matrix



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sleepsleep wrote:
https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles4/

debug, decompile, analyze,

these are binary nuclear weapons some sort. Laughing Laughing

please handle with care,
possibly to escape virtual machine and attack host.

this thread will start cached in NSA server,, 3,... 2, ..., 1...


No worries Smile
just check your kernel source's SELinux for example Wink
They log whatever, anytime, Btw there is on-the-fly SSL decrypter, and skype recorder too.
HAL 9000 is intercepting your words and it will close the elevator door at you.

typedef wrote:
sleepsleep
stop worrying about these things Wink

Eventually people turn out to be super paranoid because of this stuff.

Happens, even though it is mostly pointless, nothing changes if you realize every single step you did online was recorded, processed, and cataloged.
Post 17 Sep 2014, 21:21
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
Note that almost all malware is delivered via email attachments or JS browser exploits. Most email programs will prevent executable content without significant user interaction but JS exploits will happen silently and without user action.

For those of you still allowing JS to run in your browser perhaps you should be rethinking that. Spying JS code can be delivered from any page you visit by either MITM or server hacking. Even if you personally know and trust the server admin it is not assured that the JS code delivered from each page is innocuous. Even if you are the server admin you can still get bad JS code delivered that you did not put there.
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sleepsleep
typedef wrote:
sleepsleep
stop worrying about these things Wink

Eventually people turn out to be super paranoid because of this stuff.


idk, but this thing really worry me,
when you use metasploit and attack your own vm,

suddenly you realize, this shit you are using is totally unsecure.
Post 18 Sep 2014, 11:59
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AsmGuru62



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Good points about JS running in the browser.
There is other side to it: most of web apps will not work without JS allowed.
And there is so much done online these days!
Some (if not all) crap can be bought online only.
And what about paying bills?..
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badc0de02



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our country wants copyright money for usb sticks because you can make music on it
Post 18 Sep 2014, 17:42
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Matrix



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badc0de02 wrote:
our country wants copyright money for usb sticks because you can make music on it


oh
this is already going on since about artijus was founded, you pay extra tax for copyright infrigment on all your storage media in central eu...
Post 18 Sep 2014, 18:53
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