Martinv
martinv@zeroid.bit

Don't mind me. I'm just a peer.
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Security, p2p, Linux and stuff.
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Martinv commented on Don_Ehrenmann's post: @Don_Ehrenmann: Ok, I know those guys. Anyway, I think it's a bad choice of name, sounds phishy as hell to me...
Martinv commented on Don_Ehrenmann's post: It says secure on the link. Not phishy at all. Nope.
Martinv commented on Blue0wl's post: Don't get me started with Optimus
Martinv started following Tomas
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Binchan: and what about for someone who only has the new file? Say a new ZN user, or someone who has alreaady received the update.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Binchan: Does that mean that once a newer version of a page or post is signed and distributed, there is *no way* to get an older version? I'm not saying only "officially".
Martinv commented on ScrubTheSecond's post: Something similar is happening everywhere else. People making laws about something they don't even understand, or even bother to try to understand. They open their mouths only to be publicly humiliated.
Martinv commented on Zirconnet's post: Say nothing, then
Martinv commented on Einherjar's post: What about Opeth, Bloodbath, Black Dahliah Murder, Cannibal Corpse, Anaal Nathrakh?
Martinv commented on Happyrabbit's post: You are correct
Martinv started following ulrichard
Martinv commented on Journalist's post: @Nekololi: not even that. I'm sure there's already many forks and clones of the ZeroNet repository and anyone could continue it's development, and even if that is not the case, all the clients today would still keep running and creating new content. Once it's out there, there is no going back. The only possible death to networks like ZeroNet is if *ALL* the clients go offline, and I'm afraid that is not very plausible to happen anytime soon.
Martinv commented on Journalist's post: I think you don't fully understand how ZeroNet, censorship or the Human Race works.
Martinv commented on Journalist's post: I understand and share your concern. Yet I believe that we are facing a change in the rules of the game that we are not going to be able to stop. Anonimity, uncensorability and descentralized networks are here and they are never going away. Instead of trying to apply the same reasoning and rules of the "clear web" to networks like ZeroNet (there are others too) is just nonsensical. I agree and welcome this debate. I think we need to talk about this, but also we need to understand that evils like pedophilia exist in the real world and exist in the clear web too. In the clear web we have some ways of tracking and taking down that content, but at the same time those same tools are used every day to censor and persecute innocent people for political or economic reasons, so there is no perfect solution. Like they say in the Philosophy of Freenet page, for a democracy to be healthy, you need free speech, and to have free speech you need to have a place where people can be anonymous and where what they say cannot be censored. There is no good censorship. Censorship has always *somebody* who determines what is good and bad, and it can always be misused. I am interested to see how ZeroNet and other networks of the kind evolve and face this problems. I don't have the answer, but I know for sure that in the end we will strike some balance.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Eibriel: Well in that case we're safe, but I suspect maybe some traces of the muting process can be aquired from the hubs or something, but I'm just guessing.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @urgeless: well, it's not open for registration (for now) It's just for me and my small company's crew :D
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: YEEEEESSSS, I DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: @Fre3neT: es una idea muy interesante la verdad. La vengo siguiendo de cerca. Lamentablemente no tengo nada que ofrecer que justifique la plataforma.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Rebelb0y11: I CAN comment on other people's posts, but not in all of them, as you can see. I think that means some problem with hubs, as your solution suggests. I might give that a try if I keep having this problem.
Martinv commented on Rebelb0y11's post: @Rebelb0y11: Ok, automate that and I would buy it :D
Martinv commented on Rebelb0y11's post: @Rebelb0y11: Well, no. What if you don't want to lose your profile and just migrate everything from one hub to another or something like that...?
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Rebelb0y11: Nope, nothing. But I can post comments here, I don't know if it has something to do with the original creator of the post or with me...
Martinv liked ks's post
Martinv commented on Rebelb0y11's post: @Rebelb0y11: what I mean is that you shouldn't be able to make that kind of mistakes. I'm sure it will be something to be improved in the next releases, of course.
Martinv started following Lexvore
Martinv commented on Dogman's post: @Dogman: In my country there is at least one place where people have made this (but with a gateway to access the Internet too). It's in spanish, but you might find it interesting, try Google Translator: http://docs.altermundi.net/RedesMiniMaxi
Martinv commented on Rebelb0y11's post: Yeah, this hub thing is something I cannot wrap my head around...
Martinv commented on Dogman's post: @Rebelb0y11: it's a matter of time until that changes, and that's why I think zites need to be prepared for when that happens.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Rebelb0y11: ok, I might try this if no other solution appears. Any idea why this might have happened?
Martinv started following Dogman
Martinv commented on Dogman's post: @Rebelb0y11: this is why it attracts all kinds of content that would be censored more easily by third parties in other types of networks, but it doesn't mean we can't have everything else too.
Martinv commented on Jukebox's post: Post something original and I might ;)
Martinv liked Dork's post
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: ¿Lo usaste?
Martinv commented on Dogman's post: This is not a problem with Zeronet necesarily. You only need to find or create a zite that has moderation of some kind. What I mean is you CAN have a p2p network like the one you are talking about.
Martinv commented on Dogman's post: Private keys are going to replace username and passwords stored on a centralized server in many cases, like in ZN.
Martinv started following Akku
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Martinv: Damn it!
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Test
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ks: Nope, not yet.
Martinv commented on Mynameislegion's post: Privacytools is also on ZeroNet: http://192.168.1.111:43110/14gSEpfWfF5Go7u5y7UidZQCnGa6eSBYZ9/
Martinv commented on Dergatt's post: @Dergatt: I remember being an app that basically took a snapshot of the whole system. I think it was called something like Nandroid Backup, maybe you want to take a look a that.
Martinv commented on Dergatt's post: @Rythyrix: that's correct. What I meant is, if you take the time to root your device, also know that you have to take some time to learn what you need to know in order to keep it safe.
Martinv commented on Dergatt's post: @Rythyrix: well... I don't know if I would say it's better to have it and not use it. If you get infected with malware on a rooted device the compromise is actually bigger. With great control comes great responsibility (?).
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: <3 TIM
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: @Johndark: https://lmgtfy.com/?s=d&q=freenet
Martinv commented on Mynameislegion's post: @Mynameislegion: maybe you need a VPN that allows port forwarding (mostly guessing here). Private Internet Access has a couple of regions that allow it...
Martinv commented on Dergatt's post: I recommend rooting because it allows you to install a system-wide ad blocker, use a firewall to allow or block traffic for any app, including system apps, remove bloatware or junk apps that come with most stock roms, use Tor system wide and route all traffic through there. tl;dr: It gives you more control over your own device.
Martinv commented on ks's post: I've found this to be the clearest explanation out there about all this WhatsApp bug/feature debacle: Security Now Podcast - What's up with WhatsApp: https://twit.tv/shows/security-now/episodes/595?autostart=false
Martinv commented on Firebox's post: I think the distorted voice was a strategy just for effect...
Martinv liked Zit's post
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Juansantiago: no sé cómo escribir sarcásticamente en catalán.
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: :|
Martinv commented on Thekiller66's post: Hoy pensaba tomarme el día. Hoy me llegan todos los mails que no me respondieron en 15 días.
Martinv started following Blurredgerbil
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: @Fre3neT: el principal problema (o feature? :P) de MongoDB es que se termina de instalar y PUM! ya estás trabajando en la base de datos. No hay que crear usuarios, ni bases de datos, ni tablas, se crea todo dinámicamente, lo cual es muy ágil para el desarrollo, pero *eso no quiere decir que esté listo para producción*! Si se instala MongoDB en un servidor público y no se toman medidas, es como dejar una puerta abierta, y me extraña que haya tardado tanto en pasar lo que está pasando ahora con las DDBB secuestradas...
Martinv commented on Feeblemind's post: Well, some things have changed. More new people every day, many collaborators, people asking for features, *some* original content, but not much, and now, a few spambots, which I translate like ZN is starting to get atention.
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: @Fre3neT: No sé si el 99, pero si, la gran mayoría, pero hay para Mac y Linux, y ahora también te secuestran bases de datos MongoDB mal aseguradas y te piden rescate. No cuenta como ransomware porque no es un programa, es un "hack", pero el modus operando es casi el mismo.
Martinv commented on Firebox's post: Nice. I need this a little more automated and we're almost there...
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: @Fre3neT: Shadow Brokers es un grupo de hackers que vendía datos y exploits robados a otro grupo de hackers, supuestamente de la mismísima NSA. Ahora se retiraron porque se ve que no les fue muy bien el negocio (publicaron una subasta y no tuvo buena recepción). Este es su zite: http://127.0.0.1:43110/theshadowbrokers.bit Este es su mensaje de despedida que sólo puedo ver a través de este proxy por alguna razón: https://bit.no.com:43110/theshadowbrokers.bit/post/messagefinale/ Un artículo que habla al respecto (clearnet): https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2017/01/13/shadow-brokers-say-goodbye-leak-batch-windows-hacking-tools/ Lo que vi sobre ransomware a través de ZN es esto (PDF, clearnet): https://blog.checkpoint.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/ZeroNetProtocol-DP-4-1.pdf
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Quizás. También sospecho que está recibiendo cada vez más atención, y esto trae claramente el interés de los spammers. No te olvides que vimos a los Shadow Brokers poner sus exploits en ZN, también hubo papers analizando la posibilidad de distribuir ransomware/malware a través de ZN, etc, etc. Es por eso que en los últimos días estuve insistiendo bastante sobre el tema de controlar, aunque sea del lado del cliente y manualmente este tipo de spam, porque si no pronto vamos a tener un problema de usabilidad...
Martinv commented on Thekiller66's post: Varias razones. La primera vez abandoné Lic. en Cs. de la computación por frustración (matemáticas), la segunda vez abandoné Ing. en sistemas por cuestiones económicas (universidad privada) y la tercera, nuevamente Lic. en Cs. de la computación, por cuestiones personales (también estudié Lic. en Letras XD). Cada persona es un cosmos. Yo tengo un perfil demasiado heterogéneo y mi destino es ser autodidacta. Me interesan demasiadas cosas distintas y me aburro muy rápido de lo que no me sirve o no me interesa, por eso la especialidad en algo puntual no es lo mio. No estoy aconsejándote que hagas lo mismo, depende de cada uno. Lo que sí quiero mencionar con respecto a las carreras es: 1- A veces quisiera tener un título universitario. Me hubiera abierto algunas puertas y facilitado otras, principalmente en cuanto a conseguir trabajo. 2- La mayoría de la gente que conozco que estudió Ing. en Sistemas tiene un conocimiento muy limitado a lo que vieron en la facultad y en cuanto a cuestiones de trabajo, me dicen que no les sirvió para mucho (son opiniones). A corto plazo un título te va a facilitar un poco el camino. A largo plazo lo que importa es que seas sincero con vos mismo y decidas estudiar (en una carrera o por cuenta propia) algo que te guste y te interese. Entrar en una empresa no es la única forma de trabajar. Hoy en día el ser freelancer remoto (programador, diseñador web, soporte técnico, etc) está cada vez más difundido y además te da la posibilidad de tener clientes en otras partes del mundo en donde paguen mejor y valoren tu trabajo. Es un tema que da para largo. Espero que te sirva.
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: No lo consideraría un bug, es una particularidad del lenguaje markdown, pero se pueden escapar los caracteres como te digo ;)
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Probá poniendo una barra invertida antes del #
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Coincido, esas funciones son fundamentales. El problema es que ya no está en desarrollo o está estancado. Sin embargo hay gente con intención de retomar el desarrollo pero tengo entendido que no está todo lo necesario publicado en el repositorio y por eso es un poco más complicado.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Eibriel: thanks, that sounds ok, but I'm too old for this shit. Yet I can wait for an "official" fix or feature. In the meantime I can wear my anti-troll armor and kick some spambot's ass ;) Maybe @durand might be interested in that piece of code...
Martinv started following Thekiller66
Martinv commented on Thekiller66's post: Estudié ingeniería en sistemas y licenciatura en ciencias de la computación. Abandoné ambas. ¿Qué dudas tenés?
Martinv commented on Rapapobre's post: ¿Está de moda en ZeroNet? ¿Dónde? No vi ni una sola referencia todavía...
Martinv commented on Jackofspades's post: I end up spending most of my time on ZeroMe. I think it's the most active of the social sites.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Durand: Improving ZeroMe would be great, but if we need an alternate client, I'm for it.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: But I guess I'll go back to ZeroMePlus anyway. I'm too old to tolerate spam.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Durand: ZeroMePlus is no longer under development and it already lacks other features that are available on ZeroMe.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ks: I'm not following, but in no time the Everyone stream where I like to see what's new and who to follow will be impossible to use.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Jackofspades: http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Post/1RedkCkVaXuVXrqCMpoXQS29bwaqsuFdL/1J3rJ8ecnwH2EPYa6MrgZttBNc61ACFiCj/1484306799
Martinv commented on Nofish's post: To the Moon.
Martinv commented on Juansantiago's post: La wiki en inglés tiene una lista actualizada me parece.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Facineroso: ¿vas a hacer eso con todo lo que publique en inglés? Es un poco irritante...
Martinv commented on Nofish's post: @Zit: well that is really bad advice, no matter the context.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Durand: I don't know. What to some people is spam for others might not. People might just tag anything they don't like as spam, just like a downvote button and so on. My point is, make it optional, and don't try to decide what's good or bad for the user, let the users decide themselves, and let them also choose if they want to do it manually or want an algorythm do it for them.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Durand: Yeah, maybe, but then the criteria on which that spam identifiers decide what is spam and what is not gets a little tricky. I think both solutions would be useful if everyone has the option to use one or the other or both.
Martinv commented on Zanity's post: I only noticed that if I access remotely to the ZN in my main computer I have a diferent set of favorites. So each client has it's own local version of that favs list, or something like that.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Emeraude: About the malware part, ZN will make almost impossible to stop the spreading of such malware. It's so easy to click on a ZN link, leave, and forget that now you are a peer that is also hosting and spreading that Zite. And about the blacklisting of users, I really miss that from ZeroMePlus. Some blocking feature should be available on every main ZN site. Some people say what's the point in having "censorship" in ZeroNet, and my answer is NOT to swallow any kind of shit anyone throws out there. It's not censorship, it's just a personal customization. A place where no one can choose what not to see is a heaven for spam and advertizers > shit content.
Martinv commented on Brahman's post: This has been happening for a while, but 2016 was a really shitty year for security. On the other hand, I think 2017 is going to be the year of "let's start caring for security". It doesn't mean it's going to be enough. Probably it's going to be a lot of PR and publicity, but in the end some things are gonna stick.
Martinv commented on Scrub's post: +1
Martinv commented on Jayofthezero's post: I bet adding a "description" field on the image shouldn't be too dificult to add, right @Nofish ? ;)
Martinv commented on Qweqwyxxyyxxyyxy's post: Please leave. You're bothering me.
Martinv commented on Nofish's post: @Nofish: Classic Richard (?)
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Ekodjtal: Yeah, that's kind of close, but I meant more like literally a clone, with upvote, downvote of posts and comments, and actual 'ZubReddits' (see what I did there ;) ?)
Martinv commented on Juansantiago's post: Si, ya leí por ahí que hay problemas con los proxys. http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:3_153dW34Ng5fVUZ5D5NcZRfAbvRQS1jYC1k
Martinv commented on Nofish's post: How about you ask Richard Stallman himself? ;)
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: After 1 or 2 minutes of running with optimus my system freezes to death...
Martinv started following Xeers
Martinv commented on Xeers's post: Yo he tenido problemas muy bizarros al instalar Linux por culpa de pendrives que por alguna razón no son "aptos". Algunos de los baratos (y algunos de los no tan baratos también) vienen con un sistema de archivos o algo que hace que simplemente no funccionen. Te recomiendo probar con un viejo y querido CD/DVD, o con otro pendrive antes de romperte la cabeza buscando el error.
Martinv commented on Mama21mama's post: "La nación donde esta el servidor lo hace tentador" <- interesante elección de palabras.
Martinv commented on Facineroso's post: Buenas
Martinv started following Firebox, Zit
Martinv commented on Th3B3st's post: Can't wait until mobile phone manufacturers implement a "feature" that will make mesh networking impossible.
Martinv commented on Greatsick's post: I bet you won't pass a reCaptcha.
Martinv started following fre3net
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ks: ESC ESC ESC
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ks: just let me put my virtual reality gloves aaaand... I'M IN!
Martinv started following Mynameislegion
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: He's virtual firewall is top notch, he's jumping from nodes to nodes. We're dealing with a professional here. ENHANCE!
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ulrichard: Big asterisk on that *usually*
Martinv started following Durand
Martinv commented on Durand's post: I just think is great that this kind of mind exercises are made. We need to be one step ahead in order to respond when the time comes instead of happily clickity clicking anything.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Durand: I actually WAS expecting that to happen around that time, only that I had to leave for an hour, and when I came back all hell was loose. With Bitcoin you have to ve watching ALL THE TIME because it is still very unstable. Unstable is great for trading, but you can't take your eyes out for a minute...
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: I asked this recently and nofish gave me the answer: http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/18cSYDgTfMB255SDgQM9EuoyWu78MhWfNj/1481738544
Martinv commented on weakish's post: @TeddyDD: you need to chill
Martinv commented on Adultsitedating's post: You forgot the #humor tag
Martinv commented on weakish's post: Great tip, thanks!
Martinv started following Elena Zimmermann
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @ks: wow, you're a good citizen XD
Martinv commented on ks's post: @ks: in that case you should not expose any ports, or filter all IPs excepts the ones you are using (your office or whatever). This is the world now.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: It's about the Stuxnet worm, but the trailer smelled a little too like fear mongering. Not that it's a very serious issue, don't get me wrong, but the way it was portrayed in the trailer seemed a little anoying. Maybe because I'm more interested in the technical details and consequences, and not in all the WELCOME TO THE COLD WAR 2.0 stuff. I'll lgive it a try...
Martinv commented on Kaffie's post: Something to you too
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: You're overthinking it dude.
Martinv started following Emeraude
Martinv commented on Emeraude's post: #relevant https://protonmail.com/blog/search-risk-google/
Martinv commented on Greatsick's post: I see it as a kind of linkedin for developers. Having your repos up there and showing how active you are, what languages you are fluid in, projects you created or you contribute to... all that is kind of a resume.
Martinv commented on Juansantiago's post: Un encanto el empleado del pueblo ese.
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: Ok, now hug :P
Martinv started following Dergatt
Martinv commented on Dergatt's post: That's some great customer service right there.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @weakish: ok, the icon is a little misleading them, but ok, makes sense.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @weakish: gotcha, thanks.
Martinv started following Kaffie
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: You are messing with my head. Did you change the owner of the post or something's broken...? In the recent activity I can see that at first it was "Bwoi's post" and now is "Alex's post"...
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: Whichcraft! I swear I WAS seeing you as Bwoi but now you're Alex and I see a (regular) link. :D
Martinv commented on Arkre's post: Well, there are better words to explain the idea without being plain nonsense...
Martinv liked Bwoi's post
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: You can add other features that make your site unique. You don't even have a link to bwoi in your own profile, so I have to go get it from somewhere. There are things you can do to keep the project alive, but again, if you just don't want to, don't waste your time, you don't have a contract with your users.
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: You do what you like, of course. I'm just saying IT IS GOOD TO HAVE ALTERNATIVES. At least I like to have them.
Martinv commented on Bwoi's post: Come on man, you don't know that. It's like DuckDuckGo saying "Fuck it, Google exists!"
Martinv commented on Arkre's post: Everything you mentioned IS MADE OF CHEMICALS.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Well, in my case I got the response from Echobot, but I keep getting the response in my inbox even if I delete it many times. I guess the deletion is not updating...
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Ok. I created my blog very recently. I guess when new features are added nofish will explain how to make the update.
Martinv started following ZAlex
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Yay
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Do you mean by using the "manual" method explained here? http://127.0.0.1:43110/Blog.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Post:3:How+to+have+a+blog+like+this
Martinv commented on Arkre's post: Are they made of antimatter or what?
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Perdón, estaba pensando en ejemplos muy concretos. Más que a nivel de ZN me refería por ejemplo en ZeroMe, donde tenemos un stream en donde vemos las publicaciones de **todos** los usuarios. En ese caso pensaba que sería muy útil definir nuestro idioma a nivel de perfil o a nivel de publicación para que nuestras publicaciones automáticamente salgan ya tageadas y de essa forma también podamos elegir qué publicaciones queremos ver en el stream. Si dependemos de una organización informal como la que proponés, usando un tag o lo que sea, el resultado va a ser muy pobre, la gente nueva no va a saber que lo tiene que hacer o se va a olvidar de hacerlo, etc. Por eso digo que es un buen hack, por ahora, pero que necesitamos alguna otra solución "oficial" para que el filtrado por idiomas se haga de manera más nativa.
Martinv commented on Demize's post: Amateur self-taught wannabe pentester counts?
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Corregido! Se me pasó.
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Sería un buen hack, pero si no se implementa algo en el propio ZN esto va a ser un caos inusable en poco tiempo...
Martinv started following Talnicrom
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Para nada, te agradezco. No me tomé el trabajo de hacerlo yo mismo.
Martinv commented on fre3net's post: Gracias :)
Martinv commented on Piskel's post: Yes yes yes. Thank you.
Martinv started following weakish
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Signal has a chrome extension that works as a desktop client, but it needs a phone in order to verify your identity in SOME way. It's private, not anonymous. About Telegram, yeah, it's convenient, but actually, since Whatsapp now encrypts the messages using the Signal protocol, it's actually safer than Telegram. Telegram created it's own encryption, which is bad bad bad. Tox and Ricochet are ok, only that nobody uses it and are a little harder to use than Signal.
Martinv commented on ks's post: Damn, I need a "reshare" button here.
Martinv liked ks's post
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Flyman: that's right ;)
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Agreed
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Nofish thanks a lot ;)
Martinv commented on Th3B3st's post: Is port 15441 opened? Maybe you need to manually redirect that port on your router to the machine running ZN.
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: @Th3B3st you need to enable a plugin in the server that adds a password to the dashboard, and then you can access it from another computer on the same LAN or even over the Internet if configured properly. [FAQ Zeronet](http://zeronet.readthedocs.io/en/latest/faq/)
Martinv commented on Fogfrog's post: Hey!
Martinv started following Gremious
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Yeah, that's what I thought. Anyway, I'll be running the server on a single machine and then use it remotely enabling the UI password plugin, and problem solved (right?)
Martinv started following Nofish
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: 1. I do now... 2. I am actually using ZeroMePlus, and still see a blocked user everywhere, that's why I posted this. UPDATE: 2. I had to check "Mute Blacklist", now it's working :D
Martinv started following Cryptix
Martinv commented on Thegreekgeek's post: Hello fellow geek
Martinv started following Ku4rt4m
Martinv started following Pabloa
Martinv commented on Pabloa's post: Hello Pablo. I'm from Argentina too. Hint: here, we eat cats (not really)
Martinv started following Punkcoder
Martinv commented on Hexagon's post: You should listen to the last couple of episodes of Security Now, where they explain how it works and the security flaws it has by design and by lack of design. https://twit.tv/shows/security-now
Martinv started following Eibriel, Callmypants, ks
Martinv commented on Eibriel's post: We meet again Dr. Jones. ;)
Martinv commented on Martinv's post: Sorry, I meant ZeroMe, not ZeroTalk
Martinv commented on Outlook's post: How's Mars today?
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: Here's the link about using git on ZN: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1xxooZ7s8iDz3u56i5mNQ1XGmwF8Zvnw9/
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: Yup, that's what I did. It used to be a pain in the ass but now is very simple. Just clone, edit and publish. The only thing that is still "manual" is changing the avatar. You have to change the avatar.png file in the img folder of your cloned ZeroBlog.
Martinv started following Flyman
Martinv commented on Flyman's post: I think ZeroBlog is suited for that task. If you are interested in documenting the individual changes, I have seen somewhere that you can use github with ZeroNet, but I'm not really sure how that would work.
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Martinv commented on Martinv's post: I didn't think anyone would read this, ehm, "tweet" :D I guess its easier to have visibility in ZeroNet than I initially thaught, which I find very interesting and encouraging.

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IUT student in France. I love music, movies and computer graphics.
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a vigorously lazy deadbeat with matured immaturity **Zites** [SetupList](/setuplist.0web.bit) **Clearnet** [mmap.page](https://mmap.page) **License** Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute all my posts and comments at ZeroMe for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted.
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Gremy, A ZeroNet User, I think.
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`ZeroNet dev.`
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named unsoldier all things p2p techno lover
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Por la libertad, privacidad y seguridad en Internet.
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Tv and Radio student!
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Developer / Security Analyst
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Eng/Rus Paranoid/Psychopath ZeroNet user. [Zite](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1A6jARMdi9f7cUn6Q8RvoXqwhw2x7nDTfR/)
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Boring Miner. Shitty Charts. Do Your Own Research - I Know Nothing. Balls Deep in Crypto. P2P FTW.
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