Notices by shako (shako) tagged tor
shako (shako)'s status on Thursday, 16-Mar-2017 22:08:37 CET shako Being physically incapable of controlling our data makes us not in control, regardless of laws. Sure we should treat each other nicely, but laws in itself doesn't help. bottom line, we have to actually make the switch to free software at the end of the end. Meaning running decentralized services, (&optionally anonymous) using GPG/OTR encryption. Only then we can really be in control. Otherwise it just "they aren't supposed to do X or Y" which leads to nowhere. (don't get me wrong here, it is still relevant to share this post or talk about 'laws')
being physically capable of doing something is having the right to do so, thus we shouldn't allow companies to physically sort all data nicely to our accounts, that are linked to our public iP. use #tor, avoid services which requires non-free JavaTrap, and get in touch with your friends and community and help them running wholly free software.
shako (shako)'s status on Monday, 06-Mar-2017 02:05:18 CET shako I am running multiple #tor hidden services; I have come to realize someone was trying to wget some stuff like backup.tar.gz, .ssh/, .htaccess, sql.tar.gz, shell.php, php.info, and you can pretty much figure out other important stuff like that.
Because I am a freak, those kinds of attacks are useless on my servers (prefer to do text manipulation instead of using MYSQL) #txtMode4Life #emacs;
however, that person is making sense making those kinds of requests. I have worked in small web hostings companies and let me tell you this. it can easily work !
old backup files here and there. And the funny part is you can figure out ALL the websites the company hosts by looking at its vhosts. (pen testing folks will understand this) and that kind of information is designed to be public anyway (nothing fancy here);
#kali #pentesting #security