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Reading W29Y17

on Jul 18, 2017 ·
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on Jul 11, 2017
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on Jul 03, 2017
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Playing with a USB thermometer

on Jul 01, 2017 · 2 min read

So, it all started with one of my machine that has a CPU running a bit hot (above spec) even when it's not doing much...(<10% cpu usage, still goes >75-80Deg C)

I don't have another temperature sensor on this machine (other than the CPU one) so I bought a ~5EUR USB one.
uhidev1 at uhub4 port 2 configuration 1 interface 1

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Reading W26Y17

on Jun 26, 2017
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ZeroNet - My First Impressions

on Jun 25, 2017 ·
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TADAMMM - Here are my first impressions after being on ZeroNet for 96 hours:

  • Overall: Simple, smart and cool. And pretty easy to find content and resources.
  • ZeroBlog: AWESOME.That's for sure a keeper.
  • ZeroMe: The interface is pretty slick, I like it...when it works...for some reason I have load of display issues, 70% of the time it's blank (greyish) then clicking on my profile then back on followers "sometimes" give me back the expected content. Of course NoScript and other add-ons didn't help but even all of them turned off it's still struggling. Same feedback using tor-browser, firefox or chrome. The Hubs seem to be a pretty big mess. Keep having tons of update failure.
  • Zites: Super easy to create a Zite from scratch... the error when 'Signing" isn't obvious to me that it could be a size limitation, should have a clear message or automatically offer to expend size. Also this story of always offering big size chunk, for a 323MB site it wants 500MB. Then the publishing process ... feels like black magic. Sometimes it works...sometimes it doesn't. for the very first publish I mean in similar condition with 2 peers. I should probably RTFM and understand this part better. But once it's running it's all good.
  • ZeroMail: The echobot isn't working, that's not a big deal. I could communicate with people but deleted messages keep popping back up in Inbox every now and then. Also always have an update failing on one file.

I will for sure keep fooling around here. Get used to it...
#imho #zeronet

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Running a tor relay.

on Jun 23, 2017 · less than 1 min read ·
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There are no valid excuses for not running a tor relay at home. Seriously. Do you monitor your home bandwidth usage? So much unused capacity... And considering that most of the ZeroNet users also use tor... then it makes even more sense!
You can't say it's difficult to configure, here's the few lines you need in your tor confg file. (Which btw is very well documented so just read it.)

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OpenBSD pf.conf

on Jun 22, 2017 · 1 min read

Let's have a quick look on how to configure OpenBSD PF (Packet Filter) to force all traffic through a VPN. We'll also cover how to configure dnscrypt_proxy for a safe DNS resolution (going through the VPN as well^^).

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Installing ZeroNet on OpenBSD

on Jun 22, 2017 · 1 min read ·
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Let's just cover real quick how to install ZeroNet on OpenBSD and start it then how to get it to go through tor. All done in 3 minutes!

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Install and run an OpenBSD VM (in vmd)

on Jun 22, 2017 · 1 min read

I will describe here how to install an OpenBSD virtual machine under OpenBSD with VMM. Then in a future post we'll cover how to install ZeroNet (VPN+Tor+dnscrypt_proxy+pf) on this VM.

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Hello World!

on Jun 22, 2017

Hi all. Why not starting by re-sharing some fresh news and good reading to keep you guys busy while I finish to set things up. That will give you a taste of what you're likely to find posted here in the future.

[Minitel Story]
[ProtonMail is now offering VPN services]
[Inside a Porn-Pimping Spam Botnet]
[The Future of Education is plain text]
[Plan9 has a son?]
[Nexus9 Hack]
[OpenBSD p0rn]
[CherryBlossom UserManual]
[OpenVPN audit]
[Intelligence -> Targeted assassination]
[EU wants to get access to tech companies data]
[Follow the $$ (vDOS attack-for-hire)]

#openbsd #plan9 #nerd #news #leak #vpn

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