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Phone recs by HenryDevingdotch.msg - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 11:22:44 EST ID:sQaCV3qK No.119734 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I intend to buy my first 'smartphone,' but with a singular intention: I want to use it just for looking up the prices of things on ebay that I see in thrift stores, pawn shops, yard sales, and so on, meaning the only feature I care about is a good web browser, or ebay app. I don't care about cameras, games, whatever else people do with their phones, I just want to use the internet away from home from time to time, as cheaply as feasible

Which also means I'm interested in a good prepaid data thing; most of what I've looked at is "unlimited data" for a monthly fee, but I think it might be better to get a definite amount to be used at my leisure, but then I don't know, so I'd also like advice on that

thank you in advance, brothers
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ErnestClayfoot.ocx - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 15:58:23 EST ID:x3myCXpS No.119786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Check if you have Metro PCS stores in your area. They have a free (cheap model) phone promotion going, but you'll have to ask if you qualify, because it's meant for people switching from another provider, and since this is your first smartphone they may not give it to you. Basically, you sign up for the $50/month plan and the phone is free, then after the first month, you can change to any other plan you want, even their cheapest plan, which is $30/month.

I got the Samsung Galaxy On5, which should suit your needs fine. It runs Android version 6.0, and offers a stock web browser as well as Google Chrome (and you should be able to download others from Google Play, if you want.) The screen is very cheaply made and I find myself having to clean it occasionally due to excessive fingerprints and smudges.

The only reason you might need a better phone than that is if you plan to open up a lot of browser tabs, which uses your phone's RAM, and if you run of RAM then the browser will crash.

As a first-time buyer, make sure you check the data coverage map (not the phone coverage map) of the provider you choose to be sure you can get data in the areas you actually plan to be using the phone.

Also, be aware that most providers will advertise an "unlimited" data plan, but there's no such thing as actually unlimited mobile data. Most of the time, somewhere in the fine print, they'll specify that they throttle your connection if you exceed a set limit of data per month, and the throttled speeds are usually so slow that you may as well not even have a data connection at all at that point. You can still buy an unlimited plan if you want, and you'll still get way more data than any limited plan, you just need to be conscious of what the limits are on your unlimited plan so that you don't find out too late that you're out of 4G data for the month.

Downloading photos can be data intensive, so visiting eBay a lot will use up quite a bit of data. If it's important for you to never run out of data, I'd recommend you start with a higher end plan, perhaps even unlimited, then learn how to check data usage on the phone you buy. At the end of the first month, you'…
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RebeccaDavingdock.exe - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 07:51:47 EST ID:cv4ksKyZ No.119812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119786
If he downloads the opera android browser he can just disable loading of images to get around quite a bit of data use. Other browsers can probably too, but opera I know can.
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NicholasClayfuck.maq - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 00:24:17 EST ID:wD87BFye No.119826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119734

zte maven $40
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JackFogglecocke.nlm - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 21:49:57 EST ID:9CLAuLnh No.119941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119786
there are indeed 2 true unlimited data plans I know of. I live in SoCal so I don't know if they are offered elsewhere but...

For $60 you can get unlimited LTE data no throttling at MetroPCS
For $80 you can get the exact same plan, albeit 4G not true LTE, on T-Mobile prepaid. Both have unlimited everything. nb cos shillin'
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JackDeggleson.bak - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:02:45 EST ID:ofIeBtp9 No.119954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm looking for a new phone similar to the Moto G2 but with LTE. Stereo speakers, FM radio, and LTE are all I need. Not over 200 dollary doos


Steelseries Cleaning by HughBillingstock.mid - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 18:52:38 EST ID:ZK7wT+jP No.119952 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was thinking about cleaning my mouse pad with a toothbrush and some "Petit Marseillais".

I really don't want to fuck this one up. I consider it to be a mousepad worth keeping and I don't want to fuck it up.

Please give me your wise advice.
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 19:39:47 EST ID:DMlKCodu No.119953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Steelseries mouse pads are made to be machine washable.


Selling a dying rig by WilliamSavingchet.jar - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 22:48:22 EST ID:jSzLAx04 No.119946 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an old desktop PC that I built primarily for gaming that's finally kicking the bucket. Some of the parts are older than others, the motherboard and power supply I bought less than a year ago for instance, as well as the RAM. But the processor is fairly old (3 years, no problems), the graphics card generally works fine except at high settings on new games where it starts to artifact, and this piece of shit hard drive is dying.

Basically, I don't play games that much anymore and don't need this weight of computer anymore now that I travel a lot. I'm ready to wipe my hands clean of this thing, but I'm fairly sure no one wants to buy a rig that's halfway on death's door.

My question is this: how best to squeeze some profit out of this thing? Should I list it on craigslist and just be forthwith about the problems it has or try to sell the decent parts individually? Anyone have experience with something similar?
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SimonPittgold.clp - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 23:59:23 EST ID:x/xmmqZD No.119947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hard to give advice without specs
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CharlesClemmerhut.doc - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:16:28 EST ID:jRRfV/Fx No.119948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
CRAIGSLIST (US) KIJIJ(CANADA)
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WilliamSavingchet.jar - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:35:15 EST ID:jSzLAx04 No.119949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119947
True, my bad.

Processor: I5-2500k 3.30ghz
GPU: SAPPHIRE Radeon R9 270x
Ram: 8 Gigs
Motherboard: ASRock Z75 Pro3 LGA 1155 Intel Z75
Power Supply: Cooler Master V750
H 1 TB
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EmmaSnodville.mpp - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 03:00:17 EST ID:knqKApSQ No.119950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you just want to be rid of it, remove tor replace the hard drive and sell it on Craigslist. If you want to maximize your money, part it out on ebay and reuse the case if you like it. Also, Sapphire does 2 year warranties so you can probably get the card replaced.


VPN? by Ayyee - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 22:26:55 EST ID:OzIur2aT No.119933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Recently I've been looking for a new VPN. I don't care how much it costs, just something that will give me the most protection and anonymity. I don't need anything bulletproof, necessarily.. but as long as a majority of what I do is concealed, it'll be sufficient.

I've looked into Private Internet Access and TorGuard, but am still unsure of who to go with. Any suggestions?
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FuckHumblespear.asc - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 23:15:34 EST ID:kK6Mp0rS No.119934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It doesn't matter. They all have pretty much the same set up and guarantees. If you need real anonymity, you want Tor and public wifi.
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HannahFanwill.dir - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 23:21:20 EST ID:dAtia7Mq No.119936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119933
https://www.softether.org/
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HannahFanwill.dir - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 23:22:15 EST ID:dAtia7Mq No.119937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119936
http://www.vpngate.net/en/

forgot to link this too


Possible Malware / Virus?? by CharlesBipperledge.psd - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 01:38:40 EST ID:G5/su7nV No.119897 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I think I have a malware issue on my mac, but I have used Avast and MalwareBytes to get rid of everything that is a threat, and rebooted.

>What happens is that when I sometimes click a link or almost anything on both Firefox and Safari, a new window will open for some shitty advertising, basically a popup..

I have also gone and removed extensions that are not needed but nothing helps, help please
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CorneliusNattingstock.raw - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 22:55:57 EST ID:E+TcoHlW No.119900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>119899
Got it from using torrents for major motion movies
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FrederickDoppersot.mov - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 11:32:29 EST ID:IuEJ2W30 No.119902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119900
Reality is downloads from media files, should not have any issues unless you initiate malware which should be obvious,. Quicktime?
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HannahPecklehood.ost - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 02:27:27 EST ID:WbxNcdct No.119917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119902
Seems waiting a while for new movies is bet bet. Stick to real PB, .eu ?
If a file of say a movie is newmovie.mpg.exe. Sounds legit, the title, the mpeg is there, the extension in the final part, the .msi. or .exe is always, forget mac
extensions for installs is but if the final .extension can be executed then it should not be even remotely touched, or at least deleted immediately.

Quicktime, has has issues in the past. it's ongoing. The way it is. Other than that
I do not see music, or any other media files that have embedded viruses. Except with QuickTime, that should be fixed by now.

Firefox can have issues. Just set up a limited account with your mac. Use that for everything.
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OliverSottingwot.bas - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 15:24:58 EST ID:5QfpFEUd No.119918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just some steps to check here
https://support.norton.comaaa/sp/ergersergersergersen/us/home/current/solutions/v102043536_EndUserProfile_en_us

of course none of this will work if the malware is still there and resetting the settings again at the following boot.
also try malware bytes for the mac
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AliceDindershit.cpp - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:04:51 EST ID:dAtia7Mq No.119928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119897
>What happens is that when I sometimes click a link or almost anything on both Firefox and Safari, a new window will open for some shitty advertising, basically a popup..

That's a browser hijack, run HijackThis and delete anything that looks suspicious


What happens? by ThomasBunwill.tmp - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 21:24:58 EST ID:g8QqLTX4 No.119904 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have been thinking about accessing the deep web but I hear you can get hacked pretty easily down there. I know NOTHING about hacking and was wondering what exactly happens when someone gets hacked? For security/privacy measures, I was going to use a Raspberry Pi 3 running a Linux OS for accessing the deep web exclusively...Meaning that I will only use the computer for accessing the deep web exclusively right out of the box. I will never type personal information into the computer from the time I start using it to the time I stop using it. Am I safe-ish? What exactly happens when someone "gets hacked"? I'm not too much of a noob when it comes to how things work with computers/internet, however, I'm a super noob when it comes to security. I know how to use a browser based proxy and a VPN. That's about it.
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ReubenHidgespear.pps - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 17:22:32 EST ID:bFee7tEo No.119910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119908
Also, make sure you disable WebRTC in your browser because this is the most common way your real IP can get leaked through javascript. I would hope the TOR bundle has it disabled by default but just in case...
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CedricSangerstatch.c - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 21:03:30 EST ID:HKHl21rw No.119911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119910
It definitely relies on javascript to be enabled with a regular browser. However in tor it seems to be disabled by default in some form or another, with javascript enabled as well.

It could be exploited with a VPN. But if one used say noscript correctly I don't think these would be leaked. Unless the exploit is inherent in the mechanism
vpn service uses.

it's not really an exploit or flaw, but it could be used as an exploit.

Another is html canvasing. just x out the popup when you come across these.
Benign but also not necessary.
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DavidDuckford.mdb - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 00:59:38 EST ID:g8QqLTX4 No.119912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119911

K you totally lost me lol. Is it a big deal if hackers find out my IP address? Again, the computer I will be using will just be a Raspberry Pi with a Linux OS on it. I will be opening the box that it came in and will IMMEDIATELY start using it to use the deep web and it will serve no other purpose. It will never contain any personal info on it. What could a hacker do to me or take from me in this scenario? I am super curious now.
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ReubenSamblelock.dxf - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 16:16:01 EST ID:WbxNcdct No.119915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119912Yea do
If one had your IP address they could
possibly use it to exploit your system.
Not very likely.

Do this go to https://www.grc.com/shieldsup
and test to see if certain 'service' ports are open.

If all is greeen you have no service ports open. That would be stealth and would report that there is no computer or working connection at that address.
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JennyTootfoot.dic - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 20:33:19 EST ID:dAtia7Mq No.119919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The people "getting hacked" on the tor network are admins running insecure web servers; it just happens a lot there because a) most of the regulars browsing the tor network have an interest in things like hacking and computer security in general, and b) lots of criminal businesses sitting on large amounts of bitcoins who have zero legal recourse if someone roots their box and robs them and their users blind


Live distro at work by JackGunnerpurk.lgo - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 15:21:41 EST ID:3VMh2Q98 No.119903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sometimes I am at work at night, finnish my work and boot a linux live distro and use my android to do tethering and use my (uncensored) internet.
I always unplug the eth cable because I don't want them to see some host named Mint or Kali.
I don't know if they can see that the cable was unpluged or just turned off the pc.
What is the safest / untrackable way to run my live Linux at work on free times?
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PhineasGamblechick.ini - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 23:27:10 EST ID:p25CS+f0 No.119906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alot of times office admins will have computers set to boot off a network command for updating or whatever, which tends to be done at night. The admin can be present at or it can be run automatically. If you were to unplug the ethernet cable, even if the computer is off, the admin might still be able to detect that the computer is not connected to the the network under these circumstances.

As far as i know, Kali was designed to be undetectable, i bet with alittle linux widardry and minimal effort, you would be able to configure the boot to be undetectable.
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DorisDuttingchag.ost - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 23:40:37 EST ID:HKHl21rw No.119907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119903
If tethering meaning using your phone for your internet connection? Just get a cheap laptop and use that. Just install the system on a laptop. Don't freak about live cds and all that hype. Yes they can tell if a connection is disrupted as it would be assigned a local Ip when plugged back in, as well when disrupted if that is a semi-routine focus.

A factor to consider depending on the business is possible to have cameras right above workstations, ect. They can be right there and you may not see it even if you tried.

Work from your car?

So if tethering means using your phone as a gateway so-too-speak, get a laptop, an older 1996 one can run some distributions of linux flawlessly if it had like a gig of ram and a 1.4 1.7 Mhz processor.


With a cd slow going. Work from a location that you feel comfortable or shield you work enough so if anything above around is lurking it will not see what you are seeing. Very unlikely scenario, but it does happen in certain businesses corporate scenarios where areas are monitored. Stairwells just as well.

Work from you car where nobody would come up on you without you noticing? Just use you own laptop, a cheap say inspiron 1150, $20 bucks, 3o bucks. Ram is expensive, batteries likely need replaced. Best i can think of now. Do use your own equipment and don't connect to their network
or use it in any unsafe manner.


Leaving evidence behind by WilliamChinkinmutch.pif - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 10:53:54 EST ID:f9U6LJmy No.119840 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I work for a company where I am completely alone all day and would like to play games on my lunch breaks. If I ran an amulator/roms from my flash drive would the company be able to find evidence of this? Thanks
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ShittingWinnerstone.mar - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 12:31:13 EST ID:PG8bwKyr No.119886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119874
>>I guess in theory they could infect your usb. when you boot it at home it could could be used to >>gather info so they could keep tabs on a persons habits. It can be read and written to..

>ain't no corporate security doing that.

OK, lets make it more realistic. It does happen, it has happened. It it realistic
to do so.

http://www.cioinsight.com/security/the-dangers-of-unsecured-usb-drives

>however if you uses sd card usb converter and just turn the physical switch, only read!

A little slider piece of plastic, great.,
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ShittingWinnerstone.mar - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 16:29:13 EST ID:PG8bwKyr No.119889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119840
I think your best bet would be running this from a cd/dvd if anything if the emulator would work that way, which I assume, correct me if I am wrong would simply be loaded into ram.
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EbenezerFeshhick.bak - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 01:00:25 EST ID:vYIc+dOc No.119890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119886
>It does happen, it has happened. It it realistic
to do so.
I mean, you say that and you provide a link but it doesn't have anything to do with your assertion.
>A little slider piece of plastic, great.,
I just did some lazy research and people couldn't decide whether or not it was a software or hardware switch. If it's a hardware switch then yeah, a little slider piece of plastic is fucking perfect for protecting your card from being written to in case corp IT has an offensive defense system for people that use SD card devices in their computers - which if they did would be unethical and probably breach criminal codes.
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CedricWommlebeg.class - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 03:17:49 EST ID:CTe3LRWJ No.119891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119890
The write protect switch is handled by the reader and supporting it is actually optional. There's also a write protect feature that's handled by the controller on the card, but I'll bet that's less reliable in the real world than the switch.
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SophiePickway.asm - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:46:39 EST ID:NhW7N21x No.119896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119890
>>It does happen, it has happened. It it realistic to do so.

>I mean, you say that and you provide a link but it doesn't have anything to do with your assertion.

Any business corporation has every right to protect their interests. Corporations businesses would have policies against using unapproved devices or unapproved access to certain hardware devices.

Let alone using unapproved software. They have every right to control/monitor any information on any approved and unapproved devices that are introduced to and from their networks..

-----
Not proving anything to you, you aren't


ACSR vs none; monitors by ArchieDummlewill.lnk - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:50:45 EST ID:M94ZnVvx No.119892 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Should I get a 100,000,000:1 ASCR monitor or a monitor without it at 100,000,000:1? Is the one with ASCR not a true 100,000,000:1 monitor? That one is supposed to be $700 but is now $380 when the other one (not ascr) is $450 and was $600.
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FuckBlackshaw.lab - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:09:51 EST ID:G1mFQIF6 No.119893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Is the one with ASCR not a true 100,000,000:1 monitor?

There are no true million to one contrast ratio monitors. Stop getting your technical information from people with marketing degrees.
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FuckBlackshaw.lab - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:10:35 EST ID:G1mFQIF6 No.119894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119893
*hundred million. There are true million to one monitors, they just aren't LCDs.
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DavidGiblingfudge.zip - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:38:31 EST ID:bFee7tEo No.119895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't believe the Asus hype with that shit.


Firewall Appliance by AngusBlarringforth.mpp - Tue, 27 Sep 2016 15:10:24 EST ID:jRRfV/Fx No.119878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you guys have any knowledge of firewall appliances?
I'm thinking about buying one down the line at some point.
I'll probably only have a portion of my home network behind the firewall.
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CarolineTootbury.cgi - Tue, 27 Sep 2016 23:58:11 EST ID:jRRfV/Fx No.119882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119881
Could I buy a network hub and do the same?
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ReubenCimmerforth.msg - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 00:46:22 EST ID:pH3SY+O9 No.119883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119882
If you can't figure out why that's a dumb question, you're not going to get anything out of a firewall appliance.
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WalterBobberstone.gz - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:06:07 EST ID:xbdCo6ze No.119884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119882
wtf?
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ShittingWinnerstone.mar - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:57:27 EST ID:PG8bwKyr No.119887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119878
https://dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices Look up cisco linksys e2500
Kind of the beginning of the DD-WRT project, or mainstay of it.
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR4.TRC2.A0.H0.Xcisco+linksys+e2500.TRS0&_nkw=cisco+linksys+e2500&_sacat=0

I got mine from a thrift store for less than $2.50 Maybe $3.00.

Anyway, install flash DD-WRT, don't worry it's almost impossible to screw it up. Hook or connect to an existing router. It takes a slight learning experence and don't expect to get it right 1 2 3 4 5 times.

There is linux specific for firewalls, even an old computer that only has a floppy disk can be used as a hardware router, I guess you could say.

Hardware route, I found a wireless repeater at our thrift store that has some sort of firewall built in. Interesting, didn't think much of it at the time.
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ShittingWinnerstone.mar - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 16:19:57 EST ID:PG8bwKyr No.119888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119882
Sure, why not. You can hook the DD-WRT router directly to your existing router
and use that as a hub, it has extra ports. or use it wirelessly as a repeater bridge.

Like this, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE1mr-TXUPo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByB8vVGBjh4

The repeater bridge is easy, fun. I assume you can do both just as well at the same time without doing anything real special. I have plugged a 24 port hub
in a repeated bridge and it did what it was meant to do. -

But no a network hub can not be flashed that way. Just thrift store a compatible router,
if you don't find one, wireless I assume you may want and make it work. If you don't find one keep checking or ebay a cheap compatible router.

Or craigslist one, ask for one for cheap, somebody will have one and know what you mean by DD-WRT compatible.


I searched and could not find a thread about the Iphone 7 by BarnabyBuzzlock.ppd - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 06:36:06 EST ID:lCS77eSD No.119823 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So are any current IOS users going to buy this? Nobody gives a fuck if you use Android. Read the first sentence again.

I don't think I will ever in my life use wireless headphones for a variety of reasons, but mainly because I don't want bluetooth radiation going into my brain. I use headphones to talk on the phone because I don't want the phone signal beaming through my brain. There is literally nothing I want less than this phone, and I am the type of faggot that buys the 6 S Plus with max GB.

Anyway, I just can't imagine this headphone thing being successful. What about you guys?
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EstherDuffingstone.fla - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 07:02:40 EST ID:hSyq1Vd+ No.119839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119824
>Thread not about Android.
>Android fanboy subtely finds a way to make it about Android

6/10
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BarnabyBullermack.pol - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 03:42:47 EST ID:6tEMYAOT No.119861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119823
>bluetooth radiation
>phone signal beaming through brain
>I am the type of faggot

firstly i will agree that their wireless headphones are dumb because they are very expensive and small and light enough to get lost very easily, however that just means i am smart enough to already recognize apple for what it does. It will absolutely do well in the mainstream markets because stupid people are here and they want to be protected from technology while still appearing cool in this increasingly electronically integrated world.
then i will avoid mocking you but do so mockingly because i actually do have empathy for people that don't know shit about something. I mean nobody can know everything, right? It's just not everybody decides to not know shit about phones or technology in general.
But you can't help it and i can't sit here and blame you. The apple corporation is there for all technological luddites; for an exorbitant premium they will idiot proof your technology and look for ways to help you be a lazy faggot that broadly advertises their brand while making facebook posts with $3000 hardware. Remember ifruits? wasn't that cool? How about that macbook air thing that weighs less than an ant? Oh wait how about the 60 inch all in one pc with the touchscreen that was basically a giant ipad? boy you could facebook from all of them. Also they're "The Best for making music and editing video". Remember that Steve Jobs was a Great Man who was Great.
And it totally works. Hundreds of thousands of you just fling money out of your wallets in a desperate attempt to keep the technology at bay while you still use it to look at porn and write an email. And you look super cool doing it. Expensive shit means you're cool right? Everyone knows expensive shit is a sign of sophistication and responsibility.
So you get exactly what you want, which is this feeling of having futuristic technology that is well worth the premiums you pay - Apple gets exactly what it wants, to take a TON of money away from idiots by becoming the very best in enabling stupid people to embrace technology that they do not understand - and serious PC people have someone to feel superior to a…
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WesleyHadgestire.pm4 - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 07:15:38 EST ID:7F/QA+Tm No.119864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119861
>firstly i will agree that their wireless headphones are dumb because they are very expensive and small and light enough to get lost very easily, however that just means i am smart enough to already recognize apple for what it does.
I think I've lost a ton of earbuds in the past, but never my bluetooth headset which sits around my neck.

I generally cringe when I see somebody running around with earbuds now, the un-tangling, the lunging the phone around when wires are too short, the elaborate wiring up ritual where you tuck the wires below your shirt. lol

I see no valid argument for wired headphones to be used with a phone.
Security? AES-CCM in bluetooth 4.2
Convinience? NFC is actually easier, no menu, just swipe your phone against the tag on the headset.
Audio quality? LOL you are listening to music outside where traffic noise should nil any difference audiophiles claim to perceive.
Charging? Even the cheapest headset last 16 hours.
Having to buy a new headset? Really, you are buying an iphone7, a device costing 600 only having a marginally faster processor and a marginally better camera compared to it's predecessor and you're complaining?
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PhoebeSinderforth.hex - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 10:02:13 EST ID:EALljjBl No.119875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119861

The real problem with bluetooth is that it's not a secure protocol. Don't use it to attach to a rental car for instance. No one can snoop your personal info from the aux jack, but they can from bluetooth.

Even leaving your BT on opens you to snooping if someone manages to spoof a paired device. Things are just too weird right now, and bluetooth isn't designed well enough to make me comfortable. I'd just stick with the dongle for now.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluesnarfing
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LillianClibberworth.jpeg - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 16:09:54 EST ID:6tEMYAOT No.119876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119864
i dont buy apple products and it's not hard to manage a wire.
phoebe knows whats up with bluetooth security.
it's way more convenient just to plug headphones in.
are you really using "lol you can't hear it anyway" to dismiss poor audio quality?
you don't have to charge wired headphones.

i mean you might like all that shit but we're coming from different angles so who cares.


Building a PC! by ShitPickford.lsp - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 08:06:05 EST ID:EpRz6ohn No.119866 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where should I buy the parts to build a computer that meets the requirements posted down below at the very least?
CPU: Pent*um G3258, or an AMD FX 6300.
RAM: 8GB of any DDR3/DDR4 RAM at any clock speed.
GPU: A Nvidia GTX 750 Ti, or an AMD R9 270x.
HDD : An SSD of any size or brand.
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ClaraBlublingnure.dot - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 09:54:50 EST ID:xbdCo6ze No.119868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119866
These are horrible parts... if you're on a budget go for the new skylake 1151 platform and an i3 6100
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ClaraBlublingnure.dot - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 09:55:35 EST ID:xbdCo6ze No.119869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>119868
and like anywhere on the internet, you know they ship it right to your door. you should probably research WAY more beforehand though
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NellCrollyson.dot - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 17:14:20 EST ID:bFee7tEo No.119871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe try CompUSA.


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