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The Cypherpunk Manifesto https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html
The Cyberpunk Manifesto http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/cyberpunk_manifesto.html

"What is cyberpunk?" https://pastebin.com/hHN5cBXB

Cyberpunk directory (Communities, Media, Readings) https://pastebin.com/VAWNxkxH
Cyberpunk resources (Miscellaneous) https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx

/cyb/ ftp:

The Hacker Manifesto: http://phrack.org/issues/7/3.html
The Guerilla Open Access Manifesto: https://archive.org/stream/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto/Goamjuly2008_djvu.txt

"Why privacy matters" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcSlowAhvUk
"Shit just got real" https://pastebin.com/rqrLK6X0

Cybersecurity basics and armory https://pastebin.com/rMw4WbhX
Endware https://endchan.xyz/os/res/32.html
BBS archives http://textfiles.com/index.html
Various guides to get started https://github.com/mayfrost/guides/

Reference books (PW: ABD52oM8T1fghmY0) https://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw

Thread Archive: https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/search/text/%2Fcyb%2F%20%2Fsec%2F/

Guide https://github.com/mayfrost/guides/blob/master/IRC.md
Join irc://irc.rizon.net:6697
SSL Required:

I know that there's already an /nsg/ post up, this is mainly just for cyberpunk.

>> No.68643900

I'd also like to take this opportunity to plug a schway SSH messageboard.

[email protected]

>> No.68644647

Did the cyb-sec threads die

>> No.68644885
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>You'll live to see Neo-Tokyo happen in your lifetime

>> No.68644898

cyberpunk isnt technology

>> No.68645084

>Officials plan to obtain residents' consent so that only self-driving vehicles will cruise the city's streets.
>The experiment is in line with the government's goal of realizing a "4th industrial revolution" using the power of artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies.

>> No.68645123

just have watched "Upgrade", definitely can recommend as /cyb/ movie

>> No.68646000

well that's just like, your opinion man

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>> No.68647875

and anime is?

>> No.68647970

I haven't posted any anime, dude. There's no "anim/erp/unk: the spastic manifesto" thread in the catalog either.

>> No.68647981

Just ignore hackerman, he usually goes away

>> No.68648076

get a life

>> No.68648105

I wish people played that cyberpunk mud.

>> No.68648167

I just watched Lunduke showing how to connect to his BBS where he has door games. MUDs always remind me of Sindome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsAqbvRDP1E&list=PLDRWME7vpHrr2yMDxDjB0Vg-ayw4FsmVe

>> No.68648440

>yfw interactive fiction never died
>yfw interactive fiction and cyberpunk goes hand in hand

>> No.68648624

Which one? Sindome or Cybersphere?

>> No.68649284

I'm using encfs to encrypt shit on linux and unencrypt when i need it.

when it mounts, does that mean it's being copied to my ssd, and it can be retrieved later?
also, how do i add files safely? they have to reside on memory before they can be encrypted, which (does not(?)) remove trace of the files.

>> No.68650058

Yes! This made my day, anon.

>[email protected]
It is featured in the FAQ.

Not really, just getting more infrequent. Once they get going they usually go beyond 310 posts.

>> No.68650272

Are /cyb/ excited for new Stellaris DLC?

>> No.68650286

Will fail just like their "next gen computing" back then

>> No.68651078

Add opsec resources

>> No.68651192

Rather based.

The solution to a fertility crisis isn't importing shitskins but making automatons.

>> No.68651702
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Is this reliable?

If you had to protect or hide something important in your computer, you would trust the encryption of Mac's Filevault or you would prefer a Linux operating system with Full Disk Encryption.

>> No.68651738

Seems it was marketed as a plain revenge movie and that only reviewers and commentators noticed the /cyb/ qualities. Weird. I had not heard of this movie before.

>> No.68652447

If you have a lot of interesting files you could consider uploading them to the FTP site.

>> No.68653373

Which ones do you recommend?
I was reminiscing on LambdaMOO recently. It was rather deserted.

>> No.68653539

NSFW discussion on banesuit tech from Eudeamon: >>>/d/8203608

>> No.68654896

Well, TRON, the OS, was quite successful and had the US deeply concerned.

>> No.68655690

Now that was some serious voice acting.

>> No.68655985

Right on, anon. Night is here and we have to hang on and avoid falling off page 10. Slow day today.

>> No.68656463

Thread is slow cause op didn't put /sec/ in the op and no one really cares for /cyb/. There's only so much "cyberpunk" stuff we can talk about but sec is much more interesting and keeps threads alive.

>> No.68657292

>encryption is considered a munition
>to sell encrypted devices in the USA you must inform the government how you are performing said encryption by law

Yeah macs are totes safe, brah

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>yfw Planetes was right and space junk is a serious hazard
If Elon Musk succeeds is going to save space travel from itself.

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>> No.68660570

Well, the movie "Upgrade" was interesting though. And more interesting then the endless battlestation, smartphone and earphone generals that seems to live endlessly.

>> No.68660615

Damn I cant believe the burgers went full retarded over that, were they really going to stop trade with japan over an os?

>> No.68661151

But there's already /nsg/ for sec so it would be redundant

>> No.68661498

At the time Japan looked invincible and was taking over the number crunching computer market. The US was deeply worried TRON would succeed in taking over a much larger market share covering everything from embedded to home computers, from servers to mainframes.

>> No.68661712

Music vibes for the night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flLfG6Uxywc

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>> No.68662138

What about some 90's classic "fight the powa" techno https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_65PioV_Ow

>> No.68662885

what is the most /cyb/ distro?

>> No.68663570

Not sure but it wold have to be something with very high security. And should run on an unusual architecture.

>> No.68663617

=== /sec/ News:
Btc mining is becoming quite a hassle, encouraging a lot of malware authors to redouble their efforts:
>A multicomponent malware program capable of infecting Linux devices and intended to be used for Monero (XMR) mining. It is implemented as a shell script containing over 1,000 lines of code.

>> No.68663636

come play Sindome, it has a neat web client and is the height of cyberpunk related computer entertainment

>> No.68663751

=== /cyb/ News:
>Can The Police Remotely Drive Your Stolen Car Into Custody? (thenextweb.com)
>The Dutch police tested Tesla, Audi, Mercedes, and Toyota vehicles, he reports, adding "We do this in collaboration with these car companies because this information is valuable to them, too.

And people still don't think we live in a Cyberpunk world??

>> No.68663766

Maybe I'm just a brainlet, but on the multiple times I tried playing Sindome I found it very difficult to get anywhere in the game.

>> No.68663832


Here's an excellent tutorial series that helps a lot, its actually simpler than you think

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why larp?

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because it feels good, hurts no one, is not a sin in any religion, and isn't degenerate

>> No.68664398

See >>68663751
This is no longer about playing. It is about the world we live in, the result of the boiling frog principle in action.

>> No.68665906

Funny how japan wont budge on shit like muhracism and shitty islands but they bend over backwards over the one thing that could have prevented the lost decade

>> No.68666364

I wonder where they spent those bitcoins, sure as hell they don't use it in walmart

>> No.68666497

Looks comfy

>> No.68666691

Well, would that have been sufficient to prevent the lost decade? During this period a lot of economists and politicians were very happy to provide free advice to Japan. Now, that much of the West and in particular EU is plunging into the same stagflation problems, the cheery advices are getting far and few between.

In any case, the Japanese problems started when the real estate market imploded and was further accelerated by byzantine financial reporting rules that incentivized bad practice.

>> No.68666863

I just want The Last Night to release.

>> No.68667401

What is this?

>> No.68667702

Yeah but you also have a ton of companies that couldn't compete anymore and japan itself kinda got left out of the IT boom, the MSX were barely known outside the country and only popular there, and besides softbank there weren't any tech startups worth talking about. Even the britfags got companies like ARM and PowerVR going.

>> No.68667722

Me again, forgot to mention that one of the reasons japan got big in the first place was by basically taking over the electronics industry, imagine if they had have that same luck in the IT industry

>> No.68668307

Well, there were two reasons for losing competitiveness. The first and most obvious one was that the Japanese export economy was no longer able to take advantage of a cheap Yen as the success had appreciated their currency.

The other reason was relating to the financial reporting I mentioned above. Basically, Japanese companies owned each other based on cross ownership groups. The value of those shares, strangely, was not set to a fraction of the value of the companies but the value of the company at the time of purchasing the shares. This is generally considered a bad idea. So a lot of money was bound into totally non-liquid papers.

>> No.68669152

=== /cyb/ News (or fraud?)
CRISPS supposedly used to make babies with specific genes.

>> No.68669201

Had to find correct link >>>/sci/10167376
Holy shit if true this it big, BIG

>> No.68669413

Sorry about the typo.
And yes, this could be huge. Chinese authorities have openly stated years ago that they intend to improve the Chinese gene pool and eliminating mental illnesses was then placed at the top of the list of priorities.

On a wider scale, if you ensure that all children born are free from the 100s known genetic illnesses and, later, that none have an IQ less than 100 (today's scale) they will win the future. Health care and social expenses are huge posts on all western national budgets. Diabetes and haemophilia are huge national security risks since in a war time blockade perhaps 5 percent of the population will die. That alone can bring down a country.

>> No.68669575

I am still waiting for somatic alternatives, as in, genetic engineering in adults. China making CRISPR babies is kinda expected.

>> No.68669676

Seems the West is due a similar type of shock due to massive overvaluation of the technology sector:
If true this would be ugly.

>> No.68670068

>genetic engineering in adults
Is that possble with CRISPR?

>> No.68670184

CRISPR is generational

>> No.68671505

what's the sauce of that gif?

>> No.68671572

It would be interesting to see CRISPR used in adults

>> No.68672369

whats some hard scifi/cyberpunk where mind uploading is a thing. it doesnt have to be the central theme of the story, just a part of the world that the characters live in.

>> No.68672398

something near future, not distant future. maybe something between 50-200 years from now.

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>page 10

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Got you covered

>> No.68676571

Altered Carbon, Upgrade, and (technically) Ready Player One

>> No.68676772

why is that JEW running?

>> No.68677527

There is some uploading in the Sprawl trilogy but you should read all in sequence to understand the settings.

>> No.68678052

>mind uploading
Hmm. That is missing from the FAQ. There really should be more about Cyberpunk tropes there. Time for an update.

What more is missing?

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I reported this thread, and every poster in it for being underaged.
It's time for bed children.

>> No.68678227

Check global rule 7. I have not reported you. I leave that to others. Goodbye.

>> No.68678742

Go to bed babby.

>> No.68678895

Yo /cyb/ anons, I need help finding this website, you could learn so fucking much on cryptography on that site, I lost it from my bookmarks for some weird reason.

>> No.68679119

ftp://collectivecomputers.org:21212/Books/Cyberpunk/ you mean?


>> No.68679230

Hm, unsure but will bookmark

>> No.68679387

netrunner or kali

>> No.68679561

I'll take a backup. Please do too, just please remember to use throttling.

>> No.68679854

Can you recommend me some movies?

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Is ParrotOS the more updated counterpart of Kali Linux?

>> No.68680608

gay getOut

>> No.68680718

What did anonette mean by this?

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Time for night night kiddos.

>> No.68683365

these threads used to be so active wtf happened?

>> No.68683414

=== /sec/ News
At a time when a lot of chips are loaded with backdoors, RISC-V is a hope for many:
>Linux lobby org joins with RISC-V bods to promote open chip spec
>The Linux Foundation, the non-profit funded by for-profit tech firms to promote the open source operating system, has begun working with the RISC-V Foundation, another non-profit backed by well-heeled companies, to encourage adoption of the open source RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA).

>> No.68683436

How is this even a question?

>> No.68683765

Is one good move from the Linux Foundation in a long long time, I still can't believe they accepted Microsoft in the board.

>> No.68684969

> Roughly 300 miles to the north, in the Hebei city of Nangongshi, Hou Xiameng runs her data factory out of her in-laws’ former cement factory. Her first job out of college was labeling faces for Megvii, the Chinese facial recognition company with a $2 billion valuation that’s most famous for its technology platform called Face++. To this day, some facial recognition systems recognize her before they do her friends because, she says, “my face is in the original database.”
> But life in Beijing was too tough and expensive. She and her then-fiancé, Zhao Yacheng, decided to move back to their hometown and start a data factory. Ms. Hou’s parents would pay for computers and desks. They are renovating the warehouse next door to hire 80 more people.
> Like Mr. Yi, Ms. Hou doesn’t spend time thinking about the implications of her work. Are they contributing to a surveillance state and a dystopian future that machines will control human?
> “Cameras make me feel safe,” she said. “We’re in control of the machines for now.”
Cyberpunk is now.

>> No.68684996

>I still can't believe they accepted Microsoft in the board.
Erm, perhaps the Linux Foundation hoped they could do the embrace extend and extinguish on Microsoft??

>> No.68685310

Thank you.

>> No.68685368

You are welcome.

Also more stuff here: ftp://collectivecomputers.org:21212/Books/Cyberpunk/Misc/

>> No.68685394

nice honeypot, harold.

>> No.68685400

how do i not turn into a script kiddie

>> No.68685571

Learn to program

>> No.68687370

You technically CAN use CRISPR in adults, but there isn't much you can do besides cure a few diseases

>> No.68687683 [DELETED] 

Do we know is the SENS foundation is testing CRISPR or will be as a therapy?

>> No.68687692

Do we know if the SENS foundation is testing CRISPR or will be testing it as a therapy?

>> No.68688450

Some "academicians" want to halt gene editing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pUenPgkyHI

>> No.68689837

What's the advantage, bleeding edge packages?

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>> No.68690878

Without meming you like the rest of /g/, honestly it comes down to implementation. I would trust LUKS more simply because it is entirely open source. FileVault2 has a few problems of its own, but none are fatal and its AES/Rijndael XTS-mode cipher implementation isn't bad. The only concerning part is the fact that the SecurityServer may fail without indication, which according to the devs may reduce entropy quality over time. I was once told macOS even store entropy data between reboots for performance reasons, but I never verified this and honestly was skeptical. Do yourself a favor and leave /g/ for playtime. /g/ is almost never useful or productive.

>> No.68691398

They are already irrelevant. China is going ahead, full steam, not caring one bit about his "problems". Even the normally conservative UK is becoming liberal in this field.

This is a time where empires will be built. The US utterly dominates in semiconductors but gene tech might be owned by China and UK.

>> No.68691910

Why netrunner?

>> No.68691926

What's more cyberpunk? A techy UI or all terminal?

>> No.68692019

All terminal normally. High speed is of essence. I feel a lot of my time is wasted on software just starting up or fancy GUIs demanding excessive inputs.

>> No.68692776

BBC had an article about a girl that didn't age. If her DNA was obtained I guess that would be a way forward. Her parents were extremely negative to research so I am not sure how that went.

>> No.68693912

Also need more on cypherpunks. What happened to them, did they all go underground?

>> No.68694107

=== /sec/ News:
Want a certificate? Sennheiser delivers:

Just how is this even possible to do??

>> No.68694329

The US is waking up
=== /cyb/ News:
>The World Needs the U.S. to Lead on Genetic Engineering
>But even in the event that these genetically engineered superbabies turn out to be a hoax, it seems highly likely that real Crispr kids are not far behind. That means policy makers need to be thinking about how to deal with this revolutionary new technology — not just the ethics, but also the economics.
Someone is getting his priorities right...

>Ethically, many will likely recoil from the idea of editing kids to make them healthier — not to mention stronger, smarter or otherwise more capable. Even if genetic engineering is only used to cure or prevent disease, a substantial minority of Americans — probably driven by religious concerns — is opposed to the idea. When it comes to less life-threatening cases, like making a person smarter, a large majority disapprove:
Yet smarter people will win the economy.

Bloomberg is influential. It is worth reading the entire article.

>> No.68694663

Can't CRISPR be used on an adult though? Obviously more difficult but I'm inclined to believe if the Chinese start birthing super babies and the West gets behind, we pour r&d into editing the genes of people already born and tip the scales back to neutral. Also, this gives me hope for benefiting from this technology and not just a bunch of snot-nosed brats. And their music

>> No.68694758

>Can't CRISPR be used on an adult though?
Yes but only to a limited extent. It is germ line editing that is the big thing here, deleting defects and adding in extra zaft and moxie.

So rather than edgelord grade eugenics people will want to edit the genes of their children so that they have the best starting point in life. What would the world be like if nobody had an IQ below today's rating of 100?

>> No.68695158

how useful is having SQL/db knowledge in cybersecurity? Studying T-SQL now for quick wagie cash but then want to move onto sysadmin and then a lowly /cyb/ role.

>> No.68696468

=== /cyb/ sec/ News:
>Huawei: NZ bars Chinese firm on national security fears
>Huawei, the world's biggest producer of telecoms equipment, has faced resistance from foreign governments over the risk that its technology could be used for espionage.

However, they have bought themselves some friends:
>One country is standing by Huawei: Papua New Guinea said this week it would go ahead with an agreement for Huawei to build its internet infrastructure.
>The Pacific nation has seen a surge in investment from China over the past decade.

Same day China demonstrated how intense their surveillance really is:
>Chinese AI caught out by face in bus ad
>The face of Dong Mingzhu, who heads China's biggest air-conditioner maker, was briefly shown on a billboard used to shame those who flout traffic laws.
>But the AI-based spotting system in Ningbo had reacted to the bus advert rather than Ms Dong herself.
>Police said they had deleted the photo and would update the jaywalker-spotting system to avoid similar mistakes.
So how do the Chinese react properly to this?
>Gree Electric reacted by thanking the police for their hard work, the paper said.
Of course.

>> No.68698242

Emergency bump

>> No.68698803

UK? Havent heard anything revolutionary from the UK since Dolly to be honest.

>> No.68698895

There was the "three parent" baby not long ago. I was surprised it was permitted but green light was given at the very top. I'll see what I can find.

>> No.68698984

Permission was given from the Parliament in 2015, a bit further back than I thought:
The baby was born in 2016 in Mexico, assisted by a US group:

The EU is dominated by catholic countries that will probably not have any of this so the UK can carve out a niche here. The US wants but will have to circumvent rules for a while.

>> No.68699102

Oh, ok, UK is making progress.

>> No.68699125

does the ftp not support ssl?

>> No.68699134

The UK has long had very good scientists, Trouble is, they also had a lot of really bad leaders who never understood the utility of what was made. So the US benefited a lot from this, ref. e.g. the jet engine.

>> No.68699310

Two of the FTP sites use plain FTP protocol, only one uses sftp but that has a file size limit that has truncated a lot of files into uselessness. We still need a new place.

Outerheaven.space is now totally off line.

>> No.68699667

Why is smbmap such garbage? it fails at literally the only job it is supposed to do, and smbclient works perfectly
[email protected]:~/trash# smbmap -L -H
[+] Finding open SMB ports....
[+] User SMB session establishd on
SMB SessionError: STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED({Access Denied} A process has requested access to an object but has not been granted those access rights.)
[email protected]:~/trash#
[email protected]:~/trash#
[email protected]:~/trash# smbclient -L
Enter WORKGROUP\root's password:

Sharename Type Comment
--------- ---- -------
ADMIN$ Disk Remote Admin
C$ Disk Default share
NETLOGON Disk Logon server share
Public Disk
SYSVOL Disk Logon server share
Users Disk
Reconnecting with SMB1 for workgroup listing.
Connection to failed (Error NT_STATUS_RESOURCE_NAME_NOT_FOUND)
Failed to connect with SMB1 -- no workgroup available

>> No.68699706

Done. It took just 4.8 GB.

Is the AEL anon still here with us? I never got top see the index.

>> No.68702221

Outerheaven online when? We need some place for persistent content like our FAQ.

>> No.68702440

I can sense him around, still looking for a hosting solution

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