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Kalyx ######

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1. Elon Musk creates Neuralink to build brain-computer interfaces
2. AI programs augment the brain-computer abilities
3. Humans achieve singularity and evolve into a new species (becoming lain)

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/Unauthorized Access General/

So Lains, Unauthorized Access? Its the fastest way to access onsite systems and computers. As well as cool gear.

What to wear.
High Visibility clothing, or what ever work-wear is normal where you're.
Embroidered vests/shirts/paints all can be found at Recycling shops, valuable as hell.
Check parking areas near work sites, you can sometimes find some stuff employees wont let go of easily, head-wear mostly, but rarely someone will drop an ID Card.

Act like you belong, being in high Visibility or work-wear makes you almost invisible, an irony so sharp it can kill.
Not many sites to help with this. Reddits the best I got. Relax and act like you should be there, remember to read up on social engineering and other concepts.

Remember, get in, get out, don't come back.

Anyone done much of it? Got any tips or ideas for others? Comments or changes to the above?
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You can also go the other way and dress and act like a hobo. Especially if your area has a moderate homelessness problem, not only will most people not mess with you, they'll actively avoid you.

Easy way to spend a lot of time in one location without looking suspicious (e.g., for scouting).


>Posts paywalled link

Screw the publishing cartel, here;


You are a god my friend


A neon orange Carhartt hat was enough to get me onto a construction site for urbex.


No. That's just a good way to get the cops all over you.

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https://www.theverge. com/2018/2/27/17054740/palantir-predictive-policing-tool-new-orleans-nopd

>In May and June 2013, when New Orleans’ murder rate was the sixth-highest in the United States, the Orleans Parish district attorney handed down two landmark racketeering indictments against dozens of men accused of membership in two violent Central City drug trafficking gangs, 3NG and the 110ers. Members of both gangs stood accused of committing 25 murders as well as several attempted killings and armed robberies.

Are we Minority Report yet?

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I'm not sure when I'm bringing back the Friday night /cyb/security meetup. If anyone would like to pick it up for me, go ahead. I've been really busy as of late with school and I'm horrible with time management, so Fridays and the weekend end up being for things I procrastinated on.

Please join the IRC (#arisuchan on and PM me, onikuma, if you'd like to run it temporarily until I can sort out my school work and life responsibilities.
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Hey guys, one more update & bump for this thread considering its community interest and times.

It seems quite a few of you are in Europe / Not America. We're still looking for best proposed times and I'd feel bad if the only way any of you can join would be to wake up at 6am or some other ludicrous time.

Everything is still up for discussion, but the preferred days of the meetup from us mods are Thursday through Sunday. Give us some times translated to UTC and we'll see what we can do.


sorry for the late reply, I think times up to 2am in Europe would be good, that must be around 1:00 UTC



02:00 A.M seems pretty late for most European. Is there other European that can attest this times with fits them better?


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Anything from 8pm-12pm, Friday through to Saturday suits me. Not active on irc, but I've lurked here and on lainchan for quite a few years. Hopefully can learn something :)


>>2554 8pm-12pm UTC that is

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Does anyone have any information on this store:

It seems to have a lot of cool stuff, but the change in format of the site makes it seem like a scam. Also, what is Alice's opinion on "spy" stuff.


> advanced intelligence
> doesn't even HTTPS



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>All of our products were shown at
Comdex Fall '99 Hosted by ZD Events
15 to 19 November 1999

even if it's not a scam, literally none of this is worth anything. Had a few laughs at "amazingly sharp 1.3MP camera (as good as camcorder)" though

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Synthetical Science is one of the first networks of network researchers that emerged in 2010. This group of nettalkers was looking for hidden files in the secret Internet segments, but the main field of Synthetical Science was "memetics," the study and creation of "mental viruses." More about memetics is written in John Ono's book "Tao of memetic engineering". The association ceased to exist in 2012.
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Very interesting entries but it does not seem like this book by John Ono's
Most likely this record of his friend with whom he shared some of the information.
I can say that the acceleration of the brain is real, and when you disperse your brain you do not see the differences between the usual state and the fastest time for you goes as usual, but if an outsider starts to interfere you will see how slowly he does it.


Ok, it looks like i'm getting closer to finding the book, I've found John Ohno's github ( & website (, an article by him that appears to be a follow up to the statdomain mirror (, and an archive of the website that inspired him to write it ( I'll report back if i find anything else of interest


This is not a book by John Ono


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>youtube уровня B


Has anyone found the original book?

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Hello! I learned about how tor works and im sure that its a piece of soykaf. Im dreaming about creating my own net based on RSA and PGP. I made some code and specifications but there are one problem. How computers will connect to each other? Im thinking about stealing ideas from torrent technology. VPN technology doesnt suit to my idea. I want to make full dezentralizated net with reputation system. What do you think? What technology i should use to connect a lot of computers without servers to one network? Im good at Cryptography, but bad at networks


Weak bait. Go post on lainchan or something.
You can not substitute Tor's cryptography with RSA because it has no forward secrecy.
You want to make another i2p/frenet/gnunet/retroshare/zeronet? Have you tried looking into those?
>torrent technology
2-decade old piece of soykaf
>What technology i should use to connect a lot of computers without servers to one network?
Somwthing-something called Internet Protocol
>with reputation system
Anonymity don't go well with reputation. Plus, there is some sort of reputation on Tor network anyways, hsdir can ban your node from operating anytime for suspicious activity.


Its not the worst thing in the world. You want a physical connection? That's probably the most secure.

Easier? Build a meshnet, plenty of cheap hardware to implement.


I want to do it over the internet. Im doing it just for fun. Well im going to read Tanenbaum to implement my technology



>I learned about how tor works and im sure that its a piece of soykaf.

If it was the case believe me Tor wouldn't be as popular. I can be wrong like anyone so how about you explain why you believe it bullsoykaf?

>Im good at Cryptography, but bad at networks

No matter how good you can be, trusting your own crypto is a mistake. If you have study cryptography you should know that.

Creating another decentralize network like there is already is totally stupid. If you're, like you said, good at cryptography you should invest your time to help already existing project. If you create another one will simply do the same thing Gnu/Linux Distribution are doing.


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2/10 made me reply

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good day lains. I was wondering about this
and thinking, what would the setup he recommends look like with modern-day technology? obviously, we should replace trucrypt with veracrypt. In addition to that, most of the tools he gives will have to be replaced as they deal with specific versions of vulnerable software. what else must we do to modernize HackBack?
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They will never be a good anything if they cant think.



I've got the "Guccifer" hackback text files still I think.
Should I post them?

Can someone explain why sec and cyb were merged?


Theoretically anyone who can read tutorials can hack right?
As long as they google hoe to exploit x etc. then they can get pretty far.


wrong, more people using enryption tor etc lets us hide. we're the signal in the noise. increase the noise!

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Ohai Lainons,
i want to talk with you about how capitalism reinforces itselfs through the power of technology and cybernetics, how it will change society, what the impact will be and what can we do about.

At first i want to share some readings:
Tiqqun aka The Invisible Comitee "The Cybernetic Hypothesis"
Capulcu "Disconnect"
Joseph Weizenbaum "Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment To Calculation"

Plug and Pray Documentary
Rebel at Work (english subtitles)


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Do you know the Wrench in the Gears blog? It's an American parent fighting against the new behaviorism in education but they also mention related projects. It's not explicitly anti-capitalist but they talk a lot about how "personalized learning", "evidence based policy", "philanthrocapitalism", "smart cities" and all these buzzwords are nothing but a new, better way to make a profit from the poverty of others and better control society.


>Excuse me sir, do you have a moment to talk about our Lord and Savior Karl Marx?

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I was reconfiguring Firefox after getting a new computer, and suddenly I can't get on Google anymore. I've checked to see that I'm accepting cookies, but I'm still unable to sign in—as in, the "Sign In" button doesn't even do anything.

The only thing I did specifically to Google in about:config was getting rid of error reports. I didn't think it'd break everything.

Sorry if this isn't the right place to post. I've searched around the wired already for answers but got nothing.


What did you change then, Alice? The setting doesn't have to be "about" Google to affect Google. Also you can always reset it to defaults and then apply and test your changes one at a time.


Sounds like a feature mate.


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Refreshed the browser and re-reconfigured everything, and now it's all working. Weird. Not sure what happened, but it's fixed now.

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