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/Cyb/er/sec/urity general is for the discussion of anything and everything related to cyberpunk and cybersecurity.

What is cyberpunk?
>https://pastebin.com/jS37Vu7A

Nothing to hide? - The importance of a cyberpunk mindset applied to a cybersecurity skillset.
>https://youtu.be/pcSlowAhvUk

Resources:
Cyberpunk:
Cyberpunk directory:
>https://pastebin.com/9JaJFqB2
Cyberpunk resources:
>https://pastebin.com/7DWCsAc8
FAQ Version 5 preview 5 is here:
>https://pastebin.com/HFqvkMR7

Cybersecurity:
Cybersecurity essentials:
>https://pastebin.com/JWx5xeEM
Cybersecurity resources:
>https://pastebin.com/NaUPUDF0

Harden your OS, reroute your DNS and fire up the VPN!
Shit just got real: - Looking for more resources, help is welcomed.
>https://pastebin.com/JXyM4fTe

The Old Skool: - Looking for more resources, help is welcomed.
>0ld 5k00l h4ck3rz: http://67.225.133.110/~gbpprorg/#40

IRC:
Join: irc://irc.rizon.net:6697
>#/g/punk - Requires SSL
>#/g/sec - Requires SSL
IRC guide:
>https://pastebin.com/bh3Uyq3a

Thread archive:
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/subject/cyb/
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/subject/sec/
>https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/text/%2Fcyb%2F%20%2Fsec%2F/

Thread backup:
>https://www.cyberpunked.org/

Previous thread:
>>61940808

Suggestions for new resources are welcome.
The Gentoomen /sec/ community is looking for CTF team members, contact them at the IRC channel.

OP message:
The last thread died prematurely due to the European night, when it starts to drop in bumps.

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>>61981808
anybody here fuck with colin hardy?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbieGfML0Bs

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61981831

What's the best /cyb/ phone on the market?

>> No.61981867

>>61981831
Don't use phones and certainly not smartphones.

>> No.61982029

>yfw threads dying already

>> No.61982065

>>61982029
People need to wake up!

>> No.61982067

>>61981831
any "popular" phone that's at least a year old. Make sure you can root it and install a rom with no gapps and you should be fine with a little more tweaking

>> No.61982114

anybody know where to buy/rent a secure server possibly in eastern europe? how secure would that be if I run my email through it and possibly a small website

>> No.61982995

>>61982114
i just use protonmail. i personally suspect the swiss are either aliens or elves in disguise. they didn't even fight in ww2, hitler just left them alone. i wonder if he may have been afraid of something about them

>> No.61983047

>>61982065
Stay woke senpai.

>> No.61983538

>>61983047
I'll stay woke.

>> No.61983811

>>61982995
The Swiss are simply graceful.

>> No.61984740

Do you guys have any recommendations for a VPN?

I've gotten more curious about privacy online and shit like that. Like using Tor, VPN, all that.

Any advice?

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61984847

so lads, is cyberpunk truly now?

>> No.61984863

>>61981808
does /cyb/ + /sec/ like shorewall/iptables firewalls?

>> No.61984916

>>61984847
The future is now.

>> No.61985093

>>61981808
does anybody have a decent guide on layer 2 security?

I read the NSA Ethernet security manual but it's esoteric af and talks about black/red networks that I've never seen deployed in a business setting

>> No.61985287

Cyberpunk has nothing to do with cyber security

>> No.61985311

>>61984740
PIA.
>>61985287
There it is again.

>> No.61985331

>>61985093
Link 2 man?

>> No.61985384

>>61984740
https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/

google the words you don't know the meaning.
also remember that vpns provide privacy; not anonymity, which is tor's job. confusing the two will land you in jail if you're doing illegal stuff.

>> No.61985420

>>61984863
I hope so

>> No.61985423

>>61985384
>confusing the two will land you in jail if you're doing illegal stuff.

at this point. just about anything you do online, even me posting this comment on here could be construed as something illegal depending on who's reading it. i swear im starting to get paranoid for people going to trial for simply making facebook comments that someone doesnt like

>> No.61985456

>>61985423
perhaps, but that's not what i meant. i meant more in the lines of carding and the like

>> No.61985555

>>61985287
This thread is now complete.
Thank you.

>> No.61986038

>>61985420
I meant is it good or should I use something better

>> No.61986165

From last thread that expired before i could follow up:
>>61974624>>61974638
>>61968324 (You)
>this doesnt look cyb at all.
Did you read it all? As I say it starts out looking like plain military action. It does however change, a lot.


>stop asking for shit to go into the faq. youre not that special. any of you.
Dude, I am writing the FAQ. It is thus my privilege to add what I want. It is also my pleasure to ask for feedback and comments.

>> No.61986324

>>61984847
We've been living in a cyberpunk future for a while now
http://pdf.textfiles.com/zines/INTERESTINGTIMES/

>> No.61986737

>>61986324
That's an excellent link.
Thank you, anon-san.

>> No.61986753 [DELETED] 

>>61985331
MPLAYLKXKCCMMBM

>> No.61986773

>>61986324
On a side note, do you have any links to similar zines (that are still going)?
Too many good zines end up going.
Including LainZine.

>> No.61986776

>>61985331
https://cryptome.org/2013/09/nsa-ethernet-security.pdf

>> No.61986818

>>61986773
>On a side note, do you have any links to similar zines (that are still going)?
A lot of zines, current and gone, are listed in the FAQ.

Neondystopia seems quite good.

The FTP sites (currently down) had a lot, hope it will return soon.

>> No.61986851

>>61986818
I wonder what happened to the FTP?
Thank you for the zine info.

>> No.61986951

>>61986851
>I wonder what happened to the FTP?
I have no idea. I can connect to the machine using http so it is up.

We need a new server.

>> No.61987282

>>61981808
>European night
damn them all to hell, what else are you europeans doing other than bumping?

>> No.61987311

>>61987282
Still being awake and reading, learning, reasearching.

Or out having a drink

>> No.61987385

>>61984847
Damn thats fucking /cyb/ as hell

>> No.61987456

>finally checking out some of the links after threads and threads of not doing so
>hit a cache of right wing links
huh, interesting

>> No.61987545

>>61987456
really? time frame? and why?

>> No.61987585

>>61987545
it's a link in OP i hadn't checked out yet.
you start with cool mirrors and links and shit, and then it makes a hard right as you scroll down the page.

>> No.61987610

>>61987585
I don't see anything hard right in there

>> No.61987653

>>61987585
weird might as well blame /cyb/

>> No.61987674

>>61987610
well ok then
>>61987653
not blaming anyone, still some good stuff in the page, so i'm checking those out now

>> No.61987733

how do i register a domain name in a manner that best preserves my privacy?

>> No.61987789

>>61987733
there are serveries you can pay to do that for you

>> No.61988098

>>61987733
Don't forget to pay for the feature to not show your information, else your shit will get exposed forever.

>> No.61988132

>>61987733
https://njal.la + basic opsec should do the job

>> No.61988251 [DELETED] 

>>61987456
Sorry, I didn't know.
I'll remove them if you like, I want this general to remain partisan.
Where are they?

>> No.61988269

>>61986951
What about rsync to replace FTP?

>> No.61988336

>>61987456
Sorry, I didn't know.
I'll remove them if you like, I want this general to remain non-partisan.
Where are they?

>> No.61988351

>>61988251
>>61988336
don't remove it, some good resources there.
just took me by surprise was all, still going through some the links.

>> No.61988385

>>61988351
I'm curious now, which link?
I wonder if it is old pasta, or one I put in without vetting?

>> No.61988387

>>61987733
Use a lawyer as an intermediate.

>>61988269
That would be good too but where do we find a rsynch host?

>> No.61988403

>>61988385
It's in the old school hacker file, under "Forbidden Science & Suppressed Information"

At least I think that's what he's talking about

>> No.61988428

>>61988403
Holy fuck, how did I miss that!
I suppose it pays to vet the whole page and not just the top.
Lazy OP, sorry.

>> No.61988436

>>61988385
what >>61988403 said, but there is more when you get past the main page.

>> No.61988458

>>61988387
why switch to rsync?

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>>61988428
Nah all good OP
I would have not expected that after reading the first few links either.

Just another valuable lesson in infosec/intel gathering

>> No.61988522

>>61988458
Better security implementation.

>> No.61988523

>Moving to flat
>New broadband won't be connected for a month
>Tethering on phone for now
>Want to crack wifi
>Laptop needed for work

Crazy idea, but could I set up a Raspberry Pi to stay at home and slowly collect packets and attempt to crack WPA? Or is it just going to take so long it's not worth it?

Researching, the Homehub 4 I'm detecting, unless they've changed the default password, will have a 10-digit hex value (0-9, a - f). This should help me focus my search, but naturally I would need to generate all possible iterations of that, then use that to crack the packets, correct?

Does that save me at all?

>> No.61988565

>>61988485
I should probably add a caveat in the OP next to that link, expressing that these aren't the opinions of the OP, /g/punk or /g/sec.

>> No.61988601

>>61988523
the pi would be fine for packet collection but for cracking i am not sure

>> No.61988638

>>61988458
>>61988522
All files that were uploaded were uncontroversial. Currently it would not matter and the low security/transparency would mean less risk of CP.

>> No.61988967

>>61988601
Thanks, hopefully I can set up Kali to automatically start capturing once power is applied.

I've just looked, and there are 1,099,511,627,776 possibilities if there are 16 characters and password is 10 length. I get the feeling that that is not going to be done quickly....Just generating myself a password list will take a while.

This might be a fools errand :\

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>> No.61988989

>>61984740
>61984740
protonvpn
cryptostorm
proxy.sh
nordvpn
don't get PIA

>> No.61989010

>>61988967
or you could ask but what's the fun in that

>> No.61989037

>>61989010
well exactly.I'm guessing a wifi password will have a maximum double repeat (i.e. two repeated characters, so i'll never get 10 as) that should help cut down on the number of passwords. After 5 minutes I had a 8Gb file and the first section was all permutations of 8 or 9 a's.

>> No.61989046

>>61981831
https://tehnoetic.com/tehnoetic-s3-phone-replicant

>> No.61989123

>>61989037
to update this, looks like crunch is able to limit the repeated characters to any number you like. I limited it to two, but that still generated every password starting:
aabaabaabaa

I guess there's a limit to what you can do though. It's something. I'll just set the pi up to collect handshakes as much as it can.

>> No.61989147

>>61984740
Mullvad.

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>>61981831
Pic.

Fairly open and plain Linux, too old to be loaded to the hilt with back doors.

Comfy.

>> No.61989452

>>61985311
>PIA.
Seconded

>> No.61989504

>>61985287
down your drink

>> No.61989851

>>61981808
OP, how about the image collection for pasta?

>Cyberpunk Scenery
http://imgur.com/a/xMi2Q

>Cyberpunk Rooms
http://imgur.com/a/GmKjW

It was on the FTP site but that is still down.

>> No.61990425

>>61989851
That's a nice set of pictures, need those on rotation as a desktop background.

>> No.61991020

>>61989851
I don't remember exactly where I got them, all I remember is it was from a mega in an earlier thread.
Anyway, thank you for these to add to the rotation, I was starting to run out of decent material.

>> No.61991396

very lowkey thread this one, someone do something cyberpunk-y

>> No.61991412 [DELETED] 

>>61991396
We're just chill bruh, take a hit from the peace piece and pass it along.

>> No.61991415

>>61991396
Okay brb let me shove a magnet up my ass so I can feel the toilet EM.

>> No.61991433

>>61991396
We're just chill bruh, take a hit from the peace pipe and pass it along.

>> No.61991556

>>61991396
Filling just fell out, filling it in with solder.

>> No.61991787

which programming languages should a guy with primary interest in cyber sec and a secondary intrest in operational systems, mainly gnu/linux? (not exactly OS programming, mostly 'exploring' them)

the ones I can think of are C, obviously because OSes, and maybe python for cybersec? also, is it even worth me to put in the time to read SICP, since I am not that interested in programming in a more CS'ish manner?

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61991934

Starting intro to networking classes on Monday because I've always wanted to get into cybersecurity I'm decent at coding and know plenty about computers but I know next to nothing about networks. Anyone else who's taken these classes have any tips? What should I expect?

>> No.61991942

>>61991787
focus on C (and C++ if you're interested in modern malware) and python. don't waste time on SICP.

>> No.61991964

>>61991942
thanks

>> No.61992010

>>61991942
This.

>> No.61992178

Is it possible to still use bitcoin anonymously? Seems like all the big exchanges require ID, so if a fed really wanted to they could trace a transaction back to the exchange and then make them handover the data. Monero and Verge are great and all, but no one accepts them for payment.

>> No.61992270

>>61992178
Don't use exchanges and tumble your coins.

>> No.61992358

>>61989358
damn I'd either look like a grandpa or like I teleported from 2005

>> No.61992593

>>61992270
>Don't use exchanges
how do i get coins then

>> No.61992675

>>61992593
Trade gift cards for BTC.

>> No.61993396

>>61992178
Also don't use the same account all the time and use normal IP obfuscation methods.

>> No.61993810

This European lull in bumps is deadly to a thread longevity.

>> No.61993821

>>61992675
where? asking for a friend

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>>61991415

>> No.61993860

>>61991942
What about perl?

>> No.61993910

>>61993860
If you've got Python in your toolbox, you shouldn't need Perl, unless you want to go out of your way to learn it.

>> No.61993919

>>61988485
Has that guy from hackers got a fucking toothbrush

>> No.61993928

>>61993860
perl is good many things are written in perl but learn it for it scripting capabilities and string manipulation

>> No.61993931

>>61986773
Did you try looking in the main site anon? I think it's a repository.
I'd also recommend The Undiscovered Country zine. It was hosted on anus.com, and you can probably dig it up with a wayback machine.
I'd look for anything involving Brett Stevens / Vijay Prozak / Spinoza Ray Prozak
Guy was ahead of the curve.

>> No.61993938

>>61988967
You can do it on the pi, but since it doesn't have any decent gpu power you won't be using hashcat

>> No.61993988

>>61989123
Crunch will work if you feed it all the right parameters. There's no chance of it being a password without letters, so have crunch exclude alpha only strings

>> No.61993993

>>61989123
There's no chance of it being a password with ONLY LETTERS is what I meant.

>> No.61994004

>>61993931
I did, but it seems to be a little antiquated.
Thanks for the extra info.

>> No.61994273

>>61993810
where are my fellow americans?
gotta bump this shit until the euros wake up. any other people are welcome to bump too.

>> No.61994301

>>61994273
americans dont vote

>> No.61994419

>>61994273
>I am in Europe and just lurk 36%
>I am in the US and just lurk 17%
>I am in Europe and post in the discussion 11%
>I am in the US and post in the discussion 10%
Source:
>http://www.strawpoll.me/13665376/r

>> No.61994560

>>61991934
Networks are awful because of Microsoft, Cisco, and cheap consumer doodads. Any network composed of properly configured *nix systems, non-Cisco switches/routers, and even the occasional FreeDOS machine will typically work fine.

>> No.61994807

>>61994560
You are talking out your fucking ass. God the internet gives me the shits sometimes

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>>61991934
Networking is piss easy. If you want into Cyber security you'll need alot of it. Communication is all.

You'll learn easy stuff, cables, transport protocols, IP addressing, ACK/SYN/FIN/RST/ICMP Packets. Firewalls, switches hubs. If you're good you can learn telecommunication protocols too.

I worked at a large firm as a cybsec engi. Then I was sacked because "economy" so I moved to private. Now I'm on retainer with some CEO's and such who like to hide things. Had a politian one time too

>> No.61995310

>>61994877
what's some good stuff you can share? be it tips or stories

>> No.61995446

>>61994004
first result on google
http://www.anus.com/tuc/
Send this to your coworkers to get instantly fired
http://www.anus.com/tuc/tuc1/4.html

>> No.61996109

What is the most /cyb/ linux distro?

>> No.61996152

>>61994877
>http://imgur.com/a/xMi2Q

Why OSI and not TCP/IP?

>> No.61996221

>>61984847
but i love trump :(

>> No.61996252

any active cybersec fanzines?

>> No.61996277

>>61996152
because it's displaying some standards made with the OSI reference model?

>> No.61996290

>>61996277
yes but we dont use OSI anymore, right?

>> No.61996557

>>61984847
Not yet but we're really close. Maybe another 10 years and we'll be 100% cyberpunk.

>> No.61996894

What are the most interesting branches of cyber security?
What are the most well-paid?
What are the hardest/hard enough to weed out those who aren't really passionate?

>> No.61996916

>>61991942
>don't waste time on SICP
Not him but what if theoretical CS and program design interests me?
At first I wanted to read TAOCP but it's too fucking long.

>> No.61996927

how useful is C++ for /sec/

>> No.61997375

>>61992358
>I'd either look like a grandpa or like I teleported from 2005
The mostly harmless look can be advantageous.

>> No.61998110

>>61997375
About that, how do I into /gray man/?

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I have my static website running apache2 on ubuntu 14.04 with ssh keys to login.

Is there anything else I need to harden security?

>> No.61998142

>>61982995
Has to do with the fact that every bridge or mountain pass is filled with explosives making their country unreachable in a second

>> No.61998610

>>61998139
What's the website? I'll check for you :^)

>> No.61998619

>>61996290
did you in anyway look up what you just said? you couldnt be anymore wrong if you actually tried.

>> No.61998643

>>61996109
what exactly are you asking? how can a distro be """cyberpunk""" as you ask? what are you wanting?

>> No.61998645

>>61988638
Are people seriously arguing for less security in the security general.

>> No.61998659

>>61996894
youre a scrub, get out of the way

>> No.61998691

>>61993821
https://localbitcoins.com/

>> No.61998716

>>61998139
A lot. Make sure all your software is uptodate. Close your ports that you're not using, remove JS and any server-side languages. Remove root password.

>> No.61998790

>>61994877
>Now I'm on retainer with some CEO's and such who like to hide things. Had a politian one time too
Thanks for the idea, pal.

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>>61998610
(pic)

>>61998716
So far i am just using static HTML no JS PHP etc.

Root login needs key

I have only installed apache2 vnstat slurm tcptrack htop and used the lets encrypt thing for the site.

apache2 is using virtual hosts if I want to add more sites to it later.


To update do i just do "apt-get update && upgrade"?

Are ports closed by default? I am just using 22 80 443 atm

>> No.61998945

>>61995446
Thank you, anon.

>> No.61999730

>>61998790
he's not your pal, friend.

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>>61981808
anyone here ever need to get a pentest done for compliance?
if so, how did it go?

i suspect the ones my company paid for were bs

>> No.61999783

Is closed hardware actually really a threat to the privacy making the software useless against the botnet or is it a meme.
What is the point of using 100% free open source linux if Intel is sending all my data ?

>> No.62000163

>>61999783
Bruss you just answered your question.

>> No.62000193

>>62000163
people would know if intel was sending you data to the nsa. they'd have to use your internet connection, and people would see that with wireshark and wonder what it was. they'd either have to send a lot of data so the NSA can tell if you're being a terrorist, or they'd have to do precomputation on the computer's end and send a yes or a no bit, but that precomputation wouldn't be feasible on just a hardware level

>> No.62000361

>>62000193
>and people would see that with wireshark and wonder what it was.

According to public research, the ME has full access to the memory (without the CPU's knowledge), full access to the TCP/IP stack, can send and receive network packets even if the OS is protected by a firewall. In simple words, no, wireshark would not be able to capture traffic from it.

>> No.62000560

>>62000193
have you ever looked at how much network telemetry windows 10 sends away? its exhausting trying to work out what the fuck is being sent

>>62000361
you clearly dont know how the things youve just listed work.

>> No.62000589

>>62000560
Then please, by all means, enlighten me. I'm ready to learn.

>> No.62000596

>>61986038
Something better than iptables? What are you trying to achieve?

>> No.62000597

>>61998110
That expression is new to me but fits me reasonably well in that I tend to be so invisible people don't notice me coming or going. Even automatic doors seem to have problems registering me. It is just who I am, not sure I can explain it.

>> No.62000638

>>62000560

>He doesn't know about Shutup10 yet

>> No.62000738

>>62000560
>>62000638
windows 10 telemetry is hardware? very interesting, i didn't know that

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>>62000589
Okay. When you say full access to the stack, you need to realise the layers of the stack are not processed entirely by the nic itself. to have full access to the stack is almost useless. all you need is access to the last layer; encapsulation as data moves down the stack means the packets at the last layer contain everything thast was sent through any other layer.

refer to diagram if i dont make sense. see how it gets bigger and bigger as it goes down? encapsulating the current layer + the previous layers.

the contents of your ram are almost inconsequental and trivial. if it has access to the ram, its not that scary. what is worrying, is access to the cpu registers; memory of the processer itself. it cant get inthere without its knowledge. it just doesnt work like that.

if its punching through your HOST based firewall, then its simply due to a partnership with microsoft to allow it. w10 is so locked down you need to enable ping responses in your fiurewall for fucks sake. its decently protected.

if its a network based firewall, its not punching through. theres no ifs or buts abnout this; if youre running a whitelist, and ME isnt on it, its not leaving the network.

>>62000738
telemetry is a term for data collection. it doesnt have anythign to do with data. cisco provides telemetry services, linux has telemetry in /var/log; its just a word, not a thing

>> No.62000840

>>62000801
>it doesnt have anythign to do with data
that was fucking dumb, it doesnt have anything to do with HARDWARE. fuck im tired

>> No.62000846

>>62000801
is windows 10's telemetry system hardware or software? i thought it was software, but you're directly implying it's hardware by injecting it in a conversation about closed hardware botnets

>> No.62000863

>>62000840
you're good bud

>> No.62001152

>>62000801
I'm >>62000589. Yes I understand all of this, still I fail to see how this disproves my first point. The access that the ME has is through hardware, which does not depend on the OS you're using, making it irrelevant. The (OS) firewall, as far as I know, still runs on the software layer.

Please see:

https://ia800209.us.archive.org/4/items/IntelCentrino2WithVproTechnologyAndIntelCore2Processor/IntelCentrino2WithVproTechnologyAndIntelCore2ProcessorWithVproTechnology.pdf - Page 10 and 13

and https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2007/02/vpro/2/ - Network filtering.

>> No.62001651

>>61981808
favorite programming language?

>> No.62001698

>>62001651
love me some vb

>> No.62001905

>>62000193
Can we say the same thing for Smartphone ?
Is lineageOS a meme for privacy ?

>> No.62002057

>>61999730
Listen here, bud you don't want to pick up I'm putting down

>> No.62002747

>>62002057
So aggressive!

>> No.62003567

Based off that chart, I've come to two choices, NordVPN or Trust.Zone, not sure who to go with.

>> No.62003624

>>62002747
Thems fightin words faggot

>> No.62003684

>>62001651
C#

>> No.62003857

>>61993993
>>61993988
Right, that's something that I'll have to look into. I've already stopped it from doing repeated letters (e.g. aaaaaaa is out).

I'm just trying to set it up to automatically collect packets. I have it at my parents house, where they have Wifi to test it all out. Using Wifite I have got it running, but it seems to not be identifying any clients :\

>> No.62004453

>>61993993
So, I'm looking at the options that crunch has and I don't see it?

I'm using a charset that I've called hex which is just all the hex characters. Perhaps I need to split them into two and say both?

>> No.62004523

>>61988485
we should get 20's hacker
like seriously, it's time

>> No.62004540

>>62004523
Well, if we follow the images tone, that would should be some sjw's from google/facebook. Cause that's the trendy "hackers" right now.

>> No.62004687

trying the mold the gf into liking cyberpunk. showed her matrix yesterday, showing her blade runner next

>> No.62004796
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>>62004687
Did the same, also watched Akira and GITS with her. She liked them all. Gonna make her play System Shock 2 and Deus Ex next

>> No.62004903

>>62004687
>>62004796
Keep up the good work, anons.

>> No.62004919

>>62004540
They're not even hackers though, not even in the MIT sense, let alone the greyhat, blackhat, whitehat sense.

>> No.62004940

>>62004919
I think his description would be more accurate for the modern "developers".

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62004983

using https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/ what features are needed if a user wants to torrent linux isos?

>> No.62005261

>>61998645
Not really.

The thing is that everyone leaves a footprint. If you secure everything and leaves nothing in the open there is a void that sticks up like a sore thumb.

This idea is known for a long time, from electronic sub warfare. Subs were made silent and also sound absorbent. The oceans are however noisy and it was seen that subs could be detected simply by looking for voids in the noise picture.

It is just the same principle. If it is harmless then make it in the open.

>> No.62005497
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62005497

I want to read some data inside a proprietary file system. How should I approach it? The file system is quite similar to FAT. Am I supposed to map it to memory?

I'm using C.

>> No.62005845

>>61987733
The russian company ru-center will not verify your personal details. Also, they don't seem to appear in whois.
They're a little sketchy but I've used them with success.

>> No.62005872

>>61996109
Bare-bones Debain customized to your specific needs.

>> No.62005929

>>62004983
for that you need a seedbox not a vpn

>> No.62006635

Long slow night coming up. How about more cyberpunk web comics?

I am checking out this one, seems a little cliche heavy.
https://thetalosproject.com/

>> No.62006959

>>62000596
security.

>> No.62007248

>>62005497
You could try writing a FUSE driver for it perhaps? This isn't however something that I'm familiar with.

>> No.62007562

>>62004453
Hmm I guess you're right. Well you could always grep the word list into another word list and remove any lines that do not contain numbers

I do not know the regex for that

>> No.62007597

>>62006635
Wait, is this a comic by ciscos talos group? Those guys are google project zero level

>> No.62007669

>>62005497
If you only want to find some specific data from it, you could try something like binwalker?

>> No.62007706

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRmQAZqVNxA

>> No.62008261
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>> No.62008341

>going down the rabbit hole last four weeks
>each day deeper and deeper into defensive security
>XKEYSCORE
>Tor traffic stored until quantum computers become able to break AES (in less than decade)
>NRO intercepting hardware to backdoor
>Cryptographers being silenced/crippled
>No gives a shit about security
What's the point? I can pretend to tell myself I'm a small cog and any effort will help the "cause."

Shit is fucked and it really is blue pill vs red pill, but refusing to take daily dose of blue is like refusing to take fentanyl for sever organ failure.

Never before has man been so powerless. To live happily as a fat pig or to die painfully as a starving, mangled wolf.

I don't know.

>> No.62008650

What VPN is not shitty enough to be banned on 4chan? I'm not trying to evade bans but Opera VPN seems to be banned on 4chan.

I live in a country where you pay around 7 USD * 4.48 for 1GB per month. So I'm trying to save as much data quota as I can. Even if it means I have to resort to public WiFi.

>> No.62008694 [DELETED] 

I joined #/g/punk to find yet another 4chan IRC channel dominated by leftist KEKS who would rather circlejerk over diversity and delusion in their retarded "safe-space".

When I joined I made the assertion that african countries are shitholes because of the inferior intelligence of people who live there (an assertion backed up by FACT) and received the normal (((leftist))) triggered leftist response about how im an asshole. Of course I told them that facts do not care about their feelings, but they proceeded with the ad hominem responses that have come to be expected from this part of the community.

Shortly after this I was banned for saying transgender is a mental illness and that they are too weak and mentally unstable to join the military.

Ben Shapiro is right, this country is going to shit because of leftism.

>> No.62008739

I joined #/g/punk to find yet another 4chan IRC channel dominated by leftist KEKS who would rather circlejerk over diversity and delusion in their retarded "safe-space".

When I joined I made the assertion that african countries are shitholes because of the inferior intelligence of people who live there (an assertion backed up by FACT). Of course, I immediatelly received the normal (((leftist))) triggered leftist response about how I'm an asshole. Of course I told them that facts do not care about their feelings, but they proceeded with the ad hominem responses that have come to be expected from this part of the community.

Shortly after this I was banned for saying transgender is a mental illness and that they are too weak and mentally unstable to join the military. I've been listening to a lot of conservative talk shows lately and I really have to say, Ben Shapiro was right, this country is going to shit because of leftism.

>> No.62008789

>>62008650
it's not a matter of being shitty it's a matter of 4chan banning datacentre ip ranges or in the case of some ips banning self proclaimed proxy services

the shitty ones being ran from a home shop from some business connection are more likely to work

>> No.62008903

>>62008789
Ah, that makes sense. Sorry, when I say shitty I meant that the ones that many 4chan users were using to evade their bans or something. I used to setup my own OpenVPN on an Amazon EC2 instance. It worked but I doubt that it's secure since I only cared about bypassing some of the restrictions in the apartment that I lived in.

I was once banned for using a proxy/VPN but I didn't even know when was that. I mean I haven't turned one on for a while since I haven't been using my smartphone too much.

I only remember that that day, I was using the hospital's public WiFi to post here. What was the calculation that led to me being banned? Did they know my IP was changing a few times? The WiFi here tend to disconnect the devices after a few mins or randomly. So maybe from my mobile carrier to the hospital's ISP back to back?

>> No.62008908

>>61991934
Ignore everyone else in this thread. Read the latest edition of Tanenbaum's 'Computer Networks'. If you want to learn device-specific information, pirate the 'CBTNuggets' course information for the systems you want to learn. Pirate firmware for routers and set up test networks in GNS3. This is literally all you'll need to learn everything, and I mean everything, you need to know about computer networking.

>> No.62008949

>>61998139
Disable weak SSL ciphers (DigitalOcean has a good guide/config for this). Likewise for your SSH config. Run on a non-standard port. Make sure you're running with SELinux.

>> No.62008993

>>62008341
>>62008694
>>62008739
Stop shitting up the thread.
No one cares what you have to say, if it is as objective as you say it is, reality will sort it out.
Shut up faggot, stop trying to act like you're a fringe contrarian.

>> No.62009112

>>61986818
>FTP
Quick question, what is the addresses for the ftp sites?

>> No.62009181

>>62008993
Senpai, I'm legitimately confused where to go from here.
>if it is as objective as you say it is, reality will sort it out
This is how we came to be in the place we are right now. This is how security concerns dwindled to nothing but shit and passing thoughts.

Fuck you, buddy. Cyberpunk is not turning a blind eye to government overstepping.

>> No.62009301

>Starting PhD in computer science
>Focus in cybersecurity
>Seems like the big thing for everyone is smart grid security

Goddamn... everything is fucking vulnerable as shit. Also, the electrical grid runs on Windows.

>>61982995

Switzerland is basically an indestructible bunker. Getting into the country requires going through mountains, and once you get there, everyone has guns. Also, they have nuke bunkers now. They don't get into wars intentionally, and are generally just the guys you leave the fuck alone because it isn't worth it.

>> No.62009345

>>62009301
>Switzerland is basically an indestructible bunker. Getting into the country requires going through mountains, and once you get there, everyone has guns. Also, they have nuke bunkers now. They don't get into wars intentionally, and are generally just the guys you leave the fuck alone because it isn't worth it.

Swiss are still under legal jurisdiction and do give out logs of emails to authorities when asked.

>> No.62009348

>>62009181
>Making racist bigoted comments is fighting governmental suppression.
Do you think to yourself before typing, or is it always this bad?
CyberPUNK is about libertarianism, freedoms and INDIVIDUALISM and the use of technology to achieve that.

>> No.62009369

>>62009348
>Making racist bigoted comments is fighting governmental suppression.
Pal, I'm the first guy you quoted. Did you misquote me?

>> No.62009376

>>62009345

Only because it benefits them to cooperate. If you help governments catch criminals using your services, they will help you catch your criminals using their services. But I digress: one does not fuck with Switzerland.

>> No.62009396

>>62009369
I did...

>> No.62009408

>>62009376
I'm not part of the namefag-hate bandwagon, but the shit you type is middle school-tier deviantart naive.

>Switzerland is basically an indestructible bunker. Getting into the country requires going through mountains, and once you get there, everyone has guns. Also, they have nuke bunkers now. They don't get into wars intentionally, and are generally just the guys you leave the fuck alone because it isn't worth it.
>Only because it benefits them to cooperate. If you help governments catch criminals using your services, they will help you catch your criminals using their services. But I digress: one does not fuck with Switzerland.

This is not how the world works. The Swiss aide the U.S and U.K in investigations in return for not being sanctioned and fucked with later on. There's no "you scratch my back I scratch yours." It's "you wash my back, gayboy and I'll use lube."

>> No.62009420

>>62009396
No problem, my man we all make mistakes.

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>>62009408
>you wash my back, gayboy and I'll use lube

Holy kek

>> No.62009612

how do you pronounce radare?
like a japanese word, or like radar?

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>>62009612

>> No.62009693

>>62009301
>>62009376
>send bunker busters at mountains
>create artificially induced pyroclastic flow that wipes out all defenses situated on slopes
>all the old Jews hiding in their secret mountain caves die
>entire country's defense system crumbles
>Swiss citizens left defenseless in their 3ft by 5 ft nuke shelters
>France takes this opportunity to invade
>all the Swiss women are converted to Islam and taken prisoner

>> No.62010072

>>61981831
burners from walmart. pay in cash, use a fake name, and wear a hoodie so the security cameras can't recognize your face.

>> No.62010684
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62010684

I like that these threads are so dead I can come back the next day and still post.

>>61995310
Well, not sure specifically what tips, bit broad. But:

>Went to college for CS, went into Computer Engineering (World of difference)
>Focused on security/pen test because Hackers, Matrix, etc.
>Intern at a well established firm, find and pine after pen test job.
>Work there for seven years.
>Issues with companies servers, minor shit.
>Go onsite to the server farm (Part of my standard routine to maintain the things)
>Find CEO, CTO, CCO, CMO and an intern
>Fucking livid because CCO used the company servers and accessed from an infected machine
>Fix it with a small team
>Was literally the least Autistic and thus talked to the suits.

Anyways, I get chummy with the CTO over discussing upgrading some of the IDS and firewall (Mind you one machine was running unpatched Windows NT 4.0 server before I came in) So I weaseled my way into getting his cell, we became chums and he set me up with protecting his shady friends once I was laid off.

If you want specifics on the attack or anything let me know I guess.

>>61996152
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO/IEC_2022

>>61998790
It's pretty comfy. But you'll need to actually know some rich important people with things to hide, and things to lose should they come to light.

>> No.62011677

>>62010072
>burners from walmart. pay in cash, use a fake name, and wear a hoodie so the security cameras can't recognize your face.
Fairly certain you don't need to use a fake name at the walmart if you pay in cash...

But this leads to an interesting question: is there a human-invisible tattoo that will distort your face for cameras in order to make it harder to track?

>> No.62011816

>>62008949
>Run on a non-standard port
Unless you like setting up honeypots for skiddies. I probably got over 1000 login attempts in a 3 day period. I have a list of chink IPs along with skids from other regions if /cyb/ was interested in having a little fun.

>> No.62011831

>>62011677
Biometrics only matter if the ML algos have enough training data to work with. So as long as you keep a low to zero social network footprint you shouldn't have much to worry about.

>> No.62011882

>>61982995
I'm starting a PhD there next month and life has never felt so comfy

>> No.62011934

>>62011831
I have friends and family who post pictures of me onto Facebook, and then they tag me in those photos. Google+ has also figured out what I look like with their algorithms, so yes, I'm slightly spooked with how much the big two data collectors have on me.

Therefore, I'd like to have some sort of camera-blocking human-invisible tattoo for my face for the future.

>> No.62012089

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/08/20/politics/havana-sonic-attacks/index.html

Explain it

>> No.62012658

>>62010684
>I like that these threads are so dead I can come back the next day and still post.
I'm really not sure why?
These were so much more active even a couple of weeks ago.

>> No.62012678

can you recommend me some active sec/cyberpunk fanzines?

>> No.62012746

>>62007597
>Wait, is this a comic by ciscos talos group?
It doesn't look like it, rather this is by an independent animator.

>> No.62012786

>>62009112
>Quick question, what is the addresses for the ftp sites?
It was ftp://collectivecomputers.org:21212/
user/pw: guest


And IT IS BACK! Woo!

>> No.62012891

>>62011816
>I have a list
Why not paste it?

>> No.62013221

>>62012658
>I'm really not sure why?
Without sounding like a pretentious fuck, I haven't been bumping it regularly. I haven't got the time to make sure it's staying away from page 5 by constantly bumping it into peak hours.

>> No.62013288

>>62013221
Same, I'm normally bumping it when it's night in Europe.
But I've been busy recently.

>> No.62013348

>>62012786
>ftp://collectivecomputers.org:21212/
Glad to see it back.
Thank you.

>> No.62013376

>>62012786
>ftp://collectivecomputers.org:

wow, any similar ftp? :P

>> No.62013423

>>62013221
>>62013288
Same here, I remember checking it in our night (midday NA) but I fell asleep and when I woke up the thread was killed.

>> No.62013527

>>62007597
>Those guys are google project zero level
Is that impressive? I don't think of GPZ when I picture the best security experts.

>> No.62013555

>>62009301
>>Focus in cybersecurity
Are there any reputable phd programs in security though?
Also what does the future look like for SCADA sec

>> No.62013629

>>62012786
Latest update to the FAQ is not in the Cyberpunk folder.

>> No.62013636

>>62011677
it's called an IR light.

>> No.62014845

Slowing again.

>> No.62015009

>>62013527
who do you think of?

>> No.62015027

>>62015009
Probably some spooky shit like unit 61398 and NSA TAO. The best work for governments or contractors

>> No.62015240

https://www.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6v0vei/warning_enigma_website_and_slack_probably_hacked/

>MIT

>> No.62015313

>>62015240
Christ, talk about a big thing.

>> No.62015346

>>62015240
I wonder if they're going to reimburse thier investors?

>> No.62015716

>>62015346
Doubt it.

>> No.62015821

>>62015240
>tfw too dumb for MIT but smart enough to use different passwords and always enable 2FA when available

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>>62015716
It all just got funneled out to a couple of different wallets.

>> No.62016730

What are the /sec/ approved text editors

>> No.62016761

>>62016730
vim

>> No.62017055

>>62016761
Got a good .vimrc to share senpai

>> No.62017082

>>62015240
oh wow, who needs hacking when people are that dumb?

>> No.62017147

>>62017082
>MIT grad can't even change his password.
Too true.

>> No.62017429

Daily reminder to backup your data!

>> No.62017795

>>62017429
What's your favoured medium?

>> No.62017991

>>62013555
>Are there any reputable phd programs in security though?
Yes: http://www.ntnu.edu/studies/phdis

>> No.62017997

>>62017991
Where can I get a reliable list of reputable PhD programs

>> No.62018072

>>62017997
An Ivy League or Oxbridge university website.

>> No.62018267

New to this, so I've got a quick question about Firefox about:config.

geo.wifi.uri - The pastebin tells me to set it to false. This isn't a true/false toggle though. Did it just mean ""?

The following are missing for me:
browser.safebrowsing.reportMalwareMistakeURL
browser.safebrowsing.reportPhishMistakeURL
browser.search.redirectWindowsSearch
media.eme.apiVisible
media.gmp-gmpopenh264.enabled
nglayout.initialpaint.delay

>> No.62018510

>>62013629
>Latest update to the FAQ is not in the Cyberpunk folder.
I cannot belive the typo I made here. I meant "is NOW im the Cyberpunk folder."

Just some minor editing left and it is ready for release.

>> No.62019235

Does the Ancile script work on windows 10?
Is it enough to stop microsoft from knowing what I masturbate to?

>> No.62019627

>>62008261
what's that for?

>> No.62019629

>>62012089
Lmao this is revolutionaries 101. Battery + Capacitors + Tranducer = Ultrasonic Disturbance Weapon

>> No.62019658

>>62019627
Anonymous content distribution. Could be info or warez.

>> No.62019699

>>62018510
Thank you for the update, anon.

>> No.62019862

>>62012786
Did you set ftp to passive mode, senpai? I'm hanging on 150 and can't do shit.

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>>61981808
>>https://pastebin.com/NaUPUDF0
Hi /sec/, is 2600 Magazine a meme? Why is it not mentioned here in the resources?

>> No.62019995

>>62019953
used to be good. its shit now. try phrack and poc||gtfo

>> No.62020632

>>62007562
I could, but I imagine that could take a long time to generate. Though I guess less time than it would to try and crack the packets.

I've been testing out wifite and aircrack on my Pi. I have a wireless dongle, which seems to be OK with monitor mode etc (nothing complains anyway). But if i use wifite with the aircrack option it never catches a handshake. If i use the cowpatty option it instantly finds a handshake, but the file it writes is 0 bytes in size.

Anyone used it before? Or better to use aircrack directly? What I was hoping for is to be able to set it up so I can plug in the power and leave it running to collect and crack. Maybe I'm expecting too much.

>> No.62020691

How does it feel to be the most technological thread on the board?

>> No.62020926

>>61998142
>making their country unreachable in a second
what about airspace? is it filled with metal eating bacteria so that no plane can come through?
kys

>> No.62020940

>>62007562
>I do not know the regex for that

regexr.com

>> No.62021073

>>62017795
rsync + external hd. yours?

>> No.62021191

>>62008341
>>Tor traffic stored until quantum computers become able to break AES (in less than decade)
There are no AES-specific quantum attacks and there are no attacks applicable to AES that decrease the complexity in less than sqrt of the bruteforce (the generic attack).

>Cryptographers being silenced/crippled
Wut? We are not in 1995 anymore.

>> No.62021204

Who /crypto/ here?

>> No.62021244

>>62020940
Know much about it?

I've so far got to:
(?=.*\d).{5}(?=.*[a-f]).{5}

But that has some corner cases that don't work (e.g. 5 letters followed by 5 numbers doesn't work), but I'm going on the basis that I'll have 5 numbers and 5 letters.

But once I transfer that to the command line with:
crunch 10 10 abcdef0123456789 -d 2 | egrep '(?=.*\d).{5}(?=.*[a-z]).{5}' > pass.txt

I'm getting 0 output. I've tested it with my own:
echo 12345abcde | egrep '(?=.*\d).{5}(?=.*[a-z]).{5}' > test.txt

But test.txt remains empty.

>> No.62021270

>>62019862
It is not mine so I cannot change settings. I use mc for uploading.

>> No.62021308

>>62019953
Phrack and 2600 are in the FAQ.

>> No.62021383

>>62018072
>only Ivy League or Oxbridge are worth it
You've never been to uni, have you

>> No.62021397

>>62021204
Is cryptography interesting? What are the careers like?
Isn't it always the same shit?

>> No.62021437

>>62021397
>Is cryptography interesting?
Very

>What are the careers like?
Academia, state things like the NSA, and any job that needs programming/testing on anything that uses crypto algorithms.

>Isn't it always the same shit?
No?

>> No.62021661

>>62021437
>tfw state agencies probably do the most interesting work but the pay is the shittiest compared to private companies

>> No.62021779
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Does anyone know any good FTP servers?

>> No.62021791

>>62021661
Go into webdev, anon.

>> No.62021808

>>62021791
>wanting money is bad

>> No.62021835

>>62021808
Are you exclaiming the point or showing your disapproval with greater than symbols?

Webdevs make bank. 100k starting and you don't even need to be good at anything.

>> No.62021845

>>62021835
Webdev isn't interesting.

>> No.62021899

>>62021845
Interesting work doesn't pay. If you want quick money go into webdev. If you want interesting work go into whatever field you want.

To make interesting work profitable takes extra effort than just applying for jobs. Pro-tip: Talking to people outside of the scene gives you unique opportunities (like securing an arab prince's gay porn stash).

>> No.62021925

>>62021899
>Interesting work doesn't pay
That's not true. Some interesting subjects in CS pay a lot of money.
>takes extra effort than just applying for jobs
Of course it does. You have to apply for the right jobs. But they're extremely hard to find, and luck plays a big part.

>> No.62021960

>>62021925
Anon you completely missed the point. Talk to people and you'll find ways to put your skills to use. Working for someone else never entails doing work you like.

Go to conventions and talk to people. Go to upstate hangouts and talk to people. Go outside and talk to people.

>> No.62022057

>>62021383
If you want to make money and you aren't thick, they are.

>> No.62022073

>>62022057
There are plenty of other universities with reputable graduate programs. Some are even better. You don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

>> No.62022077

>>62022073
Name one.

>> No.62022085

>>62022077
Carnegie Mellon.
Now fuck off.

>> No.62022115

>>62022085
Name two.

>> No.62022147

>>62022115
ETH Zürich, National University of Singapore.
Is this bait or are you actually retarded?

>> No.62022179

Is CCNA Security a meme?

>> No.62022210

>>62022147
I wasn't the guy you were arguing with, just wanted to know some good programs.

>> No.62022229

>>62022210
Just search for them on any university ranking. There are good universities outside the frequently mentioned elite schools (some of which aren't even that good for most CS programs compared to places like CMU or Berkeley).

>> No.62022249

>>62022229
PSYCH I was an anon baiting you all along and now that you've dropped your guard, I consider my psyops successful. Never drop your guard, not even for bobs and vagena.

>> No.62022257

>>62022249
I've been had.

>> No.62022265

>>62022073
I am the guy you are arguing with.
First off, you're making the assumption that I was limiting; I wasn't.
However, why not aim high?
Secondly, of course there are other good universities that aren't in the top 10; there are many in London, for instance.
Next time, leave out the supposition and just ask in a civil and educated manner to elucidate upon my post; that is if you are as academic as you purport.

>> No.62022272

>>62022257
I played you like a fiddle that's been dropped into a tub of warm margarine. Until next time, lainon.

>> No.62022330

>>62022265
>why not aim high
When did I imply that you shouldn't?
Ivies and Oxbridge aren't even the best universities for graduate CS. I'd much rather go to CMU than Dartmouth.
>top 10
You don't even need to have been to a top 10 university to make money in your field. PhD programs don't really work like that anyway.
You look for the specialization that interests you and the most relevant professors in that specialty, then you make a choice.
Some university that isn't usually ranked in the top 10 might offer one of the best graduate programs in the world for a particular branch of CS.

>> No.62022359

>>62012786
What is that .7z file in the cp folder? HOLY SHIT

>> No.62023071

>>62009301
>electrical grid runs on windows

the sql-slammer worm caused blackouts in the northeast

>> No.62023131

Anyone else into computer forensics?

>> No.62023171

>>62023131
>>62021204
People throwing terms round, which is such a huge scope. Got to be more specific anons.

>> No.62023290

>>62023171
Considering how vast infosec is I thought computer forensics was specific enough lol.

You know, the DFIR stuff.

>> No.62023403

>>62022330
>When did I imply that you shouldn't?
Then why take umbrage in the first place?
It just seems like you're doing the usual 4chan stereotype of being faux-offended and belligerent about even the most unassuming post or meme.
>Ivies and Oxbridge aren't even the best universities for graduate CS.
That's true, but it'll still look good and a CV and former alumni might favour you.
>You don't even need to have been to a top 10 university to make money in your field.
True again, but that wasn't in contention.
>PhD programs don't really work like that anyway.
This wasn't in contention either.
>You look for the specialization that interests you and the most relevant professors in that specialty, then you make a choice.
True.
>Some university that isn't usually ranked in the top 10 might offer one of the best graduate programs in the world for a particular branch of CS.
That's true, but it'll still likely be a highly ranked institution.

>> No.62023663

>>61981808
Anyone else feel totally lost and lacking focus when it comes to cyb? I can't decide on what to work on one minute I'm doing black hat python the next I'm deciding to learn C, the next I'm doing wargames I fee like this lack of focus is stalling me... any suggestions on where I should put my energy ?

>> No.62023841

>>62023663
Get a job in it; you'll stop caring about this off hours

>> No.62024114

>>62023841
Not a chance, really it just makes it worse because you have to get distracted by more things. Oh you wanted to reverse engineer that firmware you dumped over the weekend? Too bad you have to spend all night studying how to interact with X framework so you can bypass the auth flow in the morning.

>> No.62024353

Has anyone taken CSA+? What was it like?

>> No.62024735

>>62024114

No seriously, do what >>62023841 said.

You'll be doing it all day and working with people who are more knowledgeable than you. You're learning will be faster paced.

>> No.62024904

>>62021779
Set one up yourself

>> No.62024911

>>62021835
>Webdevs make bank
You don't know shit

>> No.62025011

Do I really need a degree for this shit or just certs?

Going to college would be a big financial burden (not to mention time/attention draining) and I refuse to get cucked by loans. Only other option would be military.

>> No.62025111

>>62025011
Would also like to know this. Almost done fighting for Israel and want to get into cyber security. I am in comm as the equivalent of a geek squad tech. Should I use the GI bill or just use the rest of my time in for free certs?

>> No.62025845

How do I make an ftp server on collective computers.org?

>> No.62026221

>>62025845
Is it really that hard to find out?

>> No.62026494

>>62025011
>>62025111
IT side likes certs, programming side likes proof of competency (projects).

Colleges have mostly shit programs for cybersec, mostly just learning to use the tools like metasploit. Some have good programs though like RIT. It's like what programming was 5-10 years ago. Show you can do the work (because so many faggots can't) and you'll be in a good position.

>> No.62026581

>>62026494
This.

>> No.62026805

>>62026581
>>62026494
>>62026221
>>62025845
>>62025111
>>62025011
>>62024911
>>62024904
>>62024735
>>62024353
The thread is dead, long live the thread: >>62026792

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