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Discord Now Fully Linked With 420chan IRC

BEST VPNs?

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- Sat, 04 Jan 2020 11:53:30 EST yTlBzFSO No.122700
File: 1578156810788.jpg -(62527B / 61.06KB, 720x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. BEST VPNs?
I imagine this may be question that springs up often but do people have recommendations for best VPN providers?

It doesn't necessarily have to be free, it's something I'm willing to invest in. I work at a mid-tier law firm in DC and it's something I could probably even get my employer to pay for somewhere down the line

So, let's assume cost is not an issue, which would you say is the best? Which do yall personally use and why?

A friend of mine who works in Cybersecurity said back in October he personally used Private Internet Access for his home and phone, but I looked into them and saw their parent company was just recently in November acquired by Kape Technologies which is based in Israel and has had some mildly shady dealings in the past so I'm a little hesitant to place my faith in it.

Pic Unrelated
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EugeneSommerforth.dxf - Tue, 04 Feb 2020 00:54:50 EST nU4KWm1Y No.122743 Reply
>>122742
That's a pretty good site but that guy has got to get better spreadsheet code. At the very least the column labels should always be visible.
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Khan.pdf - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 15:09:28 EST Nve3U6CB No.122773 Reply
>>122700
ExpressVPN
ProtonVPN (if you want it free but is easy to sniff right through and get an ip, but sometimes it does the job)
CyberGhost VPN
PIA (PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS)

I use Private Internet Access myself, even though it sold out against its workers, it gives quite the greatest security on application I have ever seen. A killswitch is built in, and your own customizable VPN.
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NigelFoggleford.dao - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 03:58:34 EST NbDFv8Xr No.122774 Reply
>>122773
If it works correctly, dnscrypt-proxy should be fine if an application fails. Some vpn applications will leave
dns entries left in windows. Even after closing the vpn. It should revert back to set dns settings.

Those are poor applications if using dnscrypt-proxy. Which will not revert to 9.9.9.9 127.0.0.1, etc
I think, know cyberghost had not reverted to windows dns settings.

In firefox one can do about:preferences > options scroll down to 'dns over https' in firefox. I am not sure if these will help if a vpn application fails, that has or does not have a killswitch.

If you know an app will fail, it would be interesting to see if it will reveal an ip using a killswitch. Using an application like wireshark. To see if it does or does not reveal ones real ISps dns servers.

Antimalware

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 17:02:44 EST DX1Np45+ No.122417
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best anti-malware software?
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SimonGoodway.pak - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 22:54:58 EST TLHKPOPo No.122770 Reply
>>122417
Win 8, running as user & not admin
Browser as adblock & no-scripts
AVG Free, about to go to Trend Micro
Is it safe enough?
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goodboy.exe - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 15:02:28 EST Nve3U6CB No.122772 Reply
>>122417
  1. Common Sense, the one in your head.

2. If you are not willing to take the one above, use Avira antivirus.

I also suggest you run your OS off of a Linux OS, specifically something at home, as this seems more of a thing you'd try to do with a personal computer and all that at your own house. Look into it, and run a Linux OS, if you are still worried, look into OpenBSM, very secure OSes, I have just dropped.

If you are not interested in using another OS, with more safety, you might want to regard common sense as one. .exe's off the regular web that seem suspicious usually are, it's not too hard to understand.

Should I upgrade my CPU?

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 09:22:42 EST eTwrotpe No.122353
File: 1562678562744.jpg -(251138B / 245.25KB, 1191x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Should I upgrade my CPU?
I have an i7 2600k, it's nearly a decade old. It runs fine, but just wondering if newer CPUs are good enough to blitz this thing to the point where I'd realise a difference if I upgrade.
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CedricFanhall.fla - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 07:07:09 EST hqDBMJY0 No.122632 Reply
If you do not use your PC for video games I think it ie enough chracterystics. Iuse my PC for work mainly so I needto have strong one. Btw, my work connects to crm platforms. I use Espo Crm on https://www.espocrm.com/download/
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 15:06:19 EST zwV4b3zR No.122655 Reply
It's about on par with a modern era core i3.

Computer fans keep running at full speed for no reason

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- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 13:42:23 EST qVCc0pAW No.122633
File: 1575657743860.jpg -(45172B / 44.11KB, 540x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Computer fans keep running at full speed for no reason
Hey guys, I'm a brother from /psy/, first post here.

I bought myself a custom built PC second hand for a fairly good price and the fans keep running at full speed ALL THE FUCKING TIME, non-stop, FOR ABSOLUTELY NO REASON.

I tried disabling in the device manager one of my graphic cards (the Intel HD Graphics 4600 that came with the mother board) to keep only the Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, but that didn't change anything.

I really don't know what to do and it's driving me crazy.

Plz halp?


Here are some specs in case it helps:
Windows 10 Home
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 quad core, 8 threads 3.60GHz
RAM: 16gb
Graphic card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 by Gigabyte
Power supply: Thermaltake TR2 600W
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ipv4 getting blocked

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- Fri, 24 Jan 2020 12:34:37 EST /yBlYnwd No.122728
File: 1579887277757.jpg -(75167B / 73.41KB, 1093x850) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. ipv4 getting blocked
Since last week for some unholy reason I have been having problems accessing ipv4 only websites with only being able to access sites like google, facebook and surprisingly 420chan which all support ipv6 by default. I ran traceroute on both ipv4 and ipv6 and was able to determine with 100% confidence that something is blocking my access to ipv4 addresses. This issue only happens intermittently meaning it's not all the time. The question is, is this a router/modem issue or could the ISP be doing this?
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 22:15:30 EST zwV4b3zR No.122734 Reply
>>122728
I have had this problem with Comcast BWG modems. Ask the ISP to factory reset the modem.
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DorisDogglebury.pct - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 23:04:35 EST XwaoSYe9 No.122735 Reply
>>122728
modem/router? I would call tech support, they can test your connection from their side of town.
Possibly the modem/router is fried. This is good if you have had it for a few years. You would
have tech support come out and see if the issue is inside your house/apt, or outside.

If the modem/router is fried and especially is a few years old, you would likeley get a comparable modem/router,
which could be the same as you have, but likely they will have discontinued that model, so you could get a comparable
one or an upgrade. Either way it would be an upgrade. Unless they try slip you the same model. If past issues with the modem/router model have been intermittent do make that known. The likelihood they will upgrade will be far better.

There are a lot of things you can try to isolate or fix this issue, but tech support sounds like the easiest route. Do this asap. You can get somebody there by monday, tues.

Otherwise, it could somehow be a windows? Issue, somehow not working resolving dns from your isp. I cannot really think of anything much other than dns not resolving. Whether it is configuration issue or hardware.
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NiceGuy.mp5 - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 16:56:35 EST Nve3U6CB No.122767 Reply
>>122728
May be modem or router, also may be due to the internet companies and the repeal of Net Neutrality back in 2017. ISP's with monopolies have small towners by the balls with that, they're not the best people to talk with either. ISP's have also blocked me sometimes. Call them and tell them if they keep blocking your usage, you will change services. This has been a repeated tactic you are going to have to use because of the repeal of net neutrality. It's sucked ever since and I hope they bring it back that way we don't have to fuck ourselves out of more cash just for these fucking buisnesses.

Is there a free desktop recorder that doesn't suck?

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- Sat, 01 Jun 2019 17:38:18 EST sxgh/2/A No.122296
File: 1559425098803.jpg -(18651B / 18.21KB, 250x380) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is there a free desktop recorder that doesn't suck?
Hey guys, can anyone recomend a simple desktop recording program to capture audio/video of my desktop? I'm taking a college course online and my professor has set it so that their lectures are removed from the course site after 2 weeks of broadcast. This is a problem because these lectures contain information we need to review for exams and isn't in the text or handouts.

Before you ask, yes this is a dumb set up and I'm trying to get them to change it, but in the meantime I need to get these recordings while they fix the issue.

I've tried a couple of free desktop recording software, but so far they either do not capture audio, save as a unique filetype that can't be played back in a media player, or can only capture in 3 minute intervals before auto shutting off

I need a program that can record a video conference that goes on for 1-2 hours, saves audio and video, and is free.

I don't care if it has a water mark or if the quality isn't crisp as long as it's functional. I just need a basic program.

Thanks for any recs
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ClaraBrapperstock.lit - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 18:23:22 EST 5MMBO9BF No.122760 Reply
If its on Linux use simplescreenrecorder

Images on firefox being low qaulity

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 13:13:55 EST tKnjSqOP No.122763
File: 1581963235686.jpg -(151578B / 148.03KB, 738x753) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Images on firefox being low qaulity
This is like the third time it's happened and I can't tell if it's the websites or firefox. I right-clicked view image, went back and now it's fine

Top is chrome

Bottom is firefox
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BarnabySoblingham.sea - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 16:22:39 EST H0B7aWiu No.122764 Reply
The images are fine. What's blurry are the images inside of a custom animation. They probably didn't test it on Firefox.

Good and cheap Wireless 5.1 Soundsystems?

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- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 12:57:58 EST rO4Vz0sI No.122468
File: 1568221078922.jpg -(199456B / 194.78KB, 1920x984) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Good and cheap Wireless 5.1 Soundsystems?
Any good and cheap wireless speakers / soundsystems to connect with your TV or Computer?

I've already got a really great and impressive PC-Set-Up with a Creative Soundcard and a Creative 5.1-Speaker-Set-Up, but I'm looking for a wireless alternative (with maybe minimal bigger speakers) for my living-room.
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CedricPickhood.ace - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 17:27:04 EST Osd02ngP No.122469 Reply
>>122468
Can get a receiver with wireless speakers. If you don't have a receiver, it will make all the difference with sound. Wired or wireless. Thrift stores may surprise you
with pretty new equipment for very cheap. I got one that works off Itunes, I-phone
playlists. Haven't used it but the receiver is I think 2 3 years old and was $30 bucks. It is still in production in the audio video home theater system market.
So it is around $400 500 bucks new, somewhere around there. You need a wireless usb to use it for a wireless connection that is unique to the receiver.

At times you may come across wired speakers that work with a particular model
that you need a receiver that can decode newer format signals. Wired you may find people have cut off the special connections thing it would work with their receiver, to find their receiver cannot process the signal correctly. As well, wireless speakers, some high-end, all you need is the receiver that can accommodate the speakers, and maybe need to order special connectors, if wired to make a connection.
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HannahSeddleman.o - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:55:26 EST zKXk0CTZ No.122757 Reply
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there are no good wireless 5.1 speakers.

Buy a receiver with 5.1 capabilities and add Micca OoOs.
And get rid of your plastic-crap-speakers.

Thank me later.
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LillianNammerchure.doc - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 21:37:01 EST HLNgvnw2 No.122762 Reply
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>>122468
>really great and impressive PC-Set-Up with a Creative Soundcard and a Creative
>5.1-Speaker-Set-Up,

Ditch the everything you currently have. Get as much as possible as you paid for it when you sell it.
Sell it to a friend.

The creative Sb, is great, but useless.

Probably a stupid question, about file sharing/copyright

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 09:29:56 EST HIePCQq8 No.122580
File: 1573741796733.jpg -(135056B / 131.89KB, 1201x631) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Probably a stupid question, about file sharing/copyright
Given that a file on a computer is essentially just a very large number, can't we work around copyright laws to share a file, by treating the file as an actual integer number, then sharing different numbers, that when multiplied together give us the original number?

So first we split the number(file) into a base and a multiplier, that we host on separate servers. The user can grab the base and multiplier from these two separate servers and use software on their end that multiplies the two numbers together to recalculate the original number(file), without either server actually hosting material under copyright.
So for example if a file, when treated as a regular integer, is 4290450368071, one server would store the base as 48723884, another server owned and hosted by someone else would store the multiplier 88056.41126784966.
Neither would be storing the original file and in the event of a server being seized, the number(file) itself would not be considered under copyright, because while the base could be multiplied by x to create the file SuperHeroMovie.mp4, it could also be multiplied by y to create linux.iso.
A disadvantage to this, would be the requirement for at least 2 servers (likely with +1 extra server to host filenames/metadata and links to the base and multipliers). Another disadvantage is the increased overall bandwidth/storage space required and the extra time for the user's machine to re-calculate the original file. But could a system like this actually work? Has it already been tried?
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HamiltonGungerhall.lnk - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 18:51:34 EST GZ9lN10B No.122761 Reply
>>122598
>Technically even every single bit would be copyrighted.
You can theoretically circumvent this by applying law meant for programming - in the sense that you can only copyright or patent a complete program or feature.
Take for example:

int a;
int b;
int c;
c=a+b;

If Windows were to contain this piece of code, even in a copyrighted or patented context, you could not be prosecuted for using that code snippet... why? because that would illegalize any addition in basically any program anywhere... That goes for any mathematical operation.
Probably a better way could be to use exponentiation as a means of data compression, like 3728^271.5 that could yield the correct number for, say, the Lion King movie - again, Disney could not hold claim to that math formula, as it would hinder anyone using 3728^271.5 for any purpose.

Numbers also can't be trademarked or used as a brand - Intel found that out in the 1990s, and that's why they used the name "Pentium" instead of "586" for their then new series of CPUs.

However, OPs propsal would still not work, since many juristictions have changed their legal wording to instead encompass "providing access to pirated media".
This was what got PirateBay into a legal snafu - a torrent site doesn't host any copyrighted material...
Torrent sites only hold torrent files, which are text files that provide links to "seeders" that hold the copyrighted material in question.
This was why PirateBay was up for so many years, until the Swedish government basically changed their law to target them directly. Since then, other governments have done the same.
So, by providing access, even partially, to a given movie or other artistic piece, would still render you in the firing line for copyright infringement.

Now for the misconception of "illegal numbers"...
Copyright traditionally concerns itself on artistic work - not whether or not said artistic work can be encoded or decoded to a number. So, you may freely calculate the number that makes an MP4 file of "The Lion King" - however it's still unlawful to "consume" (watch/listen to) that given piece of artistic work as a video file, as the artistic purpose of "The Lion King" is to be consumed as an audiovisual experience (aka. a movie).

Windows themes

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 21:07:35 EST tKnjSqOP No.122582
File: 1573783655962.jpg -(9928B / 9.70KB, 191x264) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Windows themes
Has anyone ever made a really dope "Windows Theme"?

I'm talking with sounds, file icons,mouse, the whole works?

Seems like everyone should have a dope theme in their life
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DorisDogglebury.pct - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 20:45:10 EST XwaoSYe9 No.122732 Reply
>>122731
More like they stopped support, updates, like 10 days ago, extended support can be paid for until, some years from now, for corporations, .gov. The average user or small buisness will not easily be able to get this extended support.
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DorisDogglebury.pct - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 21:31:48 EST XwaoSYe9 No.122733 Reply
>>122730
I have the 1909 version of 10, and I think it works quite well. Stable. Previous versions of 10
had issues. So generally I stuck with 7. 10 did have issues. Finally decided, that switching to
10 was inevitable.

Really it is a simple system. I have mine minimized to be win7-like in simplicity. A minimal system. If I need something, I can re-add re-install a 'feature' I removed or stopped and reinstall restart anything I think I would find useful. 10 now by far is great, I personally don't see any need to
install 7 even it it were supported.
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HamiltonGungerhall.lnk - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 18:11:16 EST GZ9lN10B No.122759 Reply
>>122582
UI themes?
Not really these days - it's been years since I found a custom theme I wanted to install - now it's just minimalist/flat shit or something that makes Windows look like macOS...

>>122671
Did you know Microsoft Sam had a musical career?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLxP3V4veJk

It may be a one-hit wonder, but that song still rocks :)

Cybersecurity

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- Mon, 26 Aug 2019 23:44:36 EST QwTLwMZy No.122425
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sup /tech/

looking for good youtube channels for background listening- but not like tutorials. like news roundup, or modern topic discussion. just wanna be up to date while i study the basics.

thanks yall

(posted this in /stem/ first- my b mods)
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HamiltonGungerhall.lnk - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 17:47:59 EST GZ9lN10B No.122758 Reply
>>122425
Not exactly news, but I hit up some of the lectures from the various hacking conventions.
Sometimes it's about pentesting, in other cases it's about hacking everything from toothbrushes to elevators - some even have links to buying shit, gadget plans/diagrams and guides :)
and, yes some of them are pretty instructional too, but kinda fall under YT's radar

HelP me deciding on a Linux distro

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- Thu, 19 Sep 2019 19:03:39 EST iVlLvQYS No.122474
File: 1568934219923.gif -(591027B / 577.17KB, 244x148) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. HelP me deciding on a Linux distro
Background
I run Ubuntu 17.10 on my laptop and need to upgrade it.
Use it for coding microcontrollers (so need proper USB support), Web development, and general use.
No upgrading Ubuntu never works because fuck I don't care why.

I am not a new to choosing different Linux distros, I was even one of these guys who did run gentoo on his home pc. But not any more, because well I don't want my OS to be a hobby just fucking use it.

What annoys me are the release cycle and fucking outdated packages you get.
So I like that arch has rolling updates but I am not familiar with it and I do not want to spend time doing neckbeard shit.

I'm this close to installing windows on the thing so help.
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DavidGozzlechure.pif - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 18:13:36 EST zxOUTR2Q No.122552 Reply
>>122490
>I tried out ubuntu mate and god damn their gui sucks.
Really? I use Mint Mate, and think it's great. I wonder if the ubuntu versioin is very different?

I like Mate because it doesn't really try to re-invent anything. I think of it as a combo of OSX and XP. Most of the interface is like old windows, but then it also has support for multiple workspaces, and doesn't look terrible.

>going back to unity 7.
Every time I try unity, I nope the fuck out very quickly. It feels like OSX where they try to hide functionality from you. Or they make some random change that makes zero sense. Plus, fuck the default amazon search.

I like Mint, but the packages can outdated. I do a clean re-install every six months, and rarely run into issues. But, never say never. I remember like a year and a half ago, I had a pretty new install of mint, and was trapped in absolute dependency hell trying to get fucking AUDACITY to work. One of the most popular packages, but there was some obscure problem with pulseaudio or ALSA and my hardware. I still have flashbacks to those terminal screens.
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SimonDrapperpit.dd - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 22:02:33 EST Zl/SHN6M No.122562 Reply
>>122552
>I like Mint, but the packages can outdated.

They generally become updated around 6 months after ubuntu releases. Usually for the sake of being known to be stable.? Then the distributions releases are made suitable for use with their distributions, packages, dependencies that work with their distributions. Mate, KDE,etc. The distributions like mint will work on these for their releases in the meantime before they officially update their release and packages, in the meantime

You can or could recompile these yourself, likely without much issue with dependencies if you wanted to keep packages up to date yourself without much isssue. I used to update packages that require openssl to be updated when they were not updated in a timely manner. I do not care for ubuntu or many distros based on ubuntu. I did like Mepis as an all time favorite for a pretty long time. I believe it always kept up up to date with ubuntu
updates. Package releases.
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ReubenPacklefure.mod - Sat, 08 Feb 2020 18:16:36 EST GvgHF1Dk No.122753 Reply
Xubuntu, LXDE & Ubuntu MATE are all pretty stable, Xubuntu being my favorite.

Alternate sites

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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 18:21:07 EST zHYeu2G3 No.122715
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Is there a way to access Messenger on mobile without FB apps?
I use Swipe Pro or Simple Pro on Android and Friendly Plus on IOS.

Also Invidio.us for youtube

Is there one for twitter?
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JohnHarryville.tmp - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 02:29:00 EST xQbyerBi No.122748 Reply
>>122747
Use noscript, blocking gstatic should block ads on yt. I have not seen otherwise.
I would seek a smartphone. Flip phones are kinda out. You may already be paying
more than you should be if you only use it for txt and voice.

You can get an new unlocked phone for a substantial discount from a new carrier.
If it has a 30 day $ back guarantee just use it for a while, drop the account. Then
select the carrier of your choice. Look at Best buy and select your smartphone
and choose a service to activate it in store. (Samsung galaxy Starting at
$149.99 Your price for this item is $149.99 with activation today Save $100
Was $249.99) Or choose a less expensive device if wanted. Make sure it
is compatible with a phone service you may choose.

You can choose a service that has a no questions 30 day money back guarantee,
drop the service before the time. Then go with a BYOP (bring your own phone) carrier with
a good deal. Try to keep with a compatible service for the phone you intend to choose.
You will have more control over the phone being/buying an unlocked device. Not stuck with
a phone services annoying preloaded software that is intended for a specific carrier. Beware, I think some wireless services may be capable of keeping the phone locked for a month after discontinuing service. I don't know if this can be actually done though if or when switching
to a new carrier.

If you but a phone in store, a carriers store it will be branded to the carrier unless otherwise noted.
As in, being unlocked. Best buy is likely the best game in town. You may have to but a sim card initially for like 10 bucks. Your new carrier will likely or should toss one in for free.
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There are deals for flip phone upgrades to smartphones, but few and instore (carrier) only, but that defeats the buying an unlocked phone initially. Android does have a noscript app, never used it.
Try it on your pc. To block ads and so-called cross scripting. ublock origin seems decent for ad blocking, with noscript.
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JohnHarryville.tmp - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 02:37:47 EST xQbyerBi No.122749 Reply
>>122748
Aside, a final carrier you can get a 2 gig unlimited? plan for like 30 bucks a month
with autopay with a BYOP choice. Your bring your own phone would be the
'unlocked phone' you may have purchased and activated with a carrier that allows discontinuation of service within 15 30 days. Activation and sim card should be free with the newest service. AT&T is a decent carrier? Cricket is owned by AT&T I think, is decent and likely 5 10 bucks cheaper.
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JohnHarryville.tmp - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 02:55:53 EST xQbyerBi No.122750 Reply
Android does have nocript app, never used it. Can use it if you install in firefox I would assume.

What are you gonna do when your computer sounds like scarlett johansson?

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- Mon, 03 Feb 2020 18:20:01 EST i5b7FU5M No.122740
File: 1580772001827.png -(1643429B / 1.57MB, 1920x1040) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What are you gonna do when your computer sounds like scarlett johansson?
DICKS EVERYWHERE
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Mon, 03 Feb 2020 19:57:42 EST zwV4b3zR No.122741 Reply
>>122740
Let it hire a hooker so it can pretend to have sex with me.
I will subsequently star in the movie The Joker, which kicks off the SJW/pimp wars.
I am killed early in the fighting.

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