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Cyberpunk is the idea that technology will condemn us to a future of totalitarian nightmares here you can discuss recent events and how technology has been used to facilitate greater control by the elites, or works of fiction
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 No.883

See the title. We should totally use this newly revived board to spark interest in the deep web, alternative tech, etc., just like what had happened around a year ago with archiving and DIY. At work right now but I'm gonna be downloading TOR onto this laptop and spending a bit exploring.

I wouldn't advocate for illegal activity, but just post whatever interests you or you think would be fun to visit as a board. I bet we could shake a forum or two up at the very least, eh?

 No.884

I wish TOR was allowed on this board.

 No.885

>>884
Well you could still use Cyberghost or another VPN service to post here, or just, use another device like your phone while exploring on your main device.

 No.887

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Sorry for abandoning. Lots of life stuff, a fresh new bottle of whiskey, and a few other home modifications kept me away. So far I have a few sites relevant to our interests, mostly chans and forums.

http://nanochanxv2lxnqi.onion
NanoChan is a similar place to regular 4chan. It's got a /g/, /v/, /a/, /pol/, /b/, and a /meta/ for discussion of deepweb and chan topics.

http://76qugh5bey5gum7l.onion/
A nice place to listen to musics while browsing. I like Deep Banjo, Anonny Jazz, Deep Space One, Groove Salad, and C0vertElectro.

http://hackerw6dcplg3ej.onion/
Er…I don't know exactly what's wrong but on my end I get an infinite string of "anti-flood" captcha prompts. Not sure if the site's broken and the books on hacking/opsec are gone, or if this is a test of some kind. If anyone else gets in, let me know because I would love to learn the way of the grey hat/white hat.

http://inclibuql666c5c4.onion/
A collection of politically incorrect literature in a load of languages. From what I hear on the grapevine, there's over a thousand natsoc works. Pretty noice find, eh?

http://answerszuvs3gg2l64e6hmnryudl5zgrmwm3vh65hzszdghblddvfiqd.onion/
A Yahoo Answers style site on the Tor service, in case you want to flood them with newbie questions lmao

Sidenote: if you want to sign up for a forum or site like the above, use an anonymous email service. No GMail or Yahoo or AOL. ProtonMail is a good start, but I personally prefer cock.li, SIGAINT, VFEMail, or Lelantos. Each of them are easy enough to find for yourself using DuckDuckGo. Just remember that without personal encryption keys and such, you are at the whims of the email provider, who could be anything from an FBI agent to a scammer to a NordVPN style snake who's willing to sell or give away your metadata. Trust no one until you are certain of their efficacy.

A sidenote: using a VPN on top of Tor is both a good and bad thing, depending on the number of people using both. For instance, let's say 20,000 people use ExpressVPN and 100,000 use Tor at the same time, but the overlap is only a few dozen. That narrows the search for a prospecting narc to hunt your IP down to a few hours of checking sites you frequent using these services.

Anyone else been exploring, or am I alone here? Guessing the latter but hopefully not.

 No.888

>>887
Nice. Btw I use Brave browser with a TOR add-on. Is that safe to use?

 No.889

>>888
I've used Brave and it's alright. I just use plain Tor Browser since I am more experienced with that and I can rest assured of its general security. I can't guarantee anything with Brave other than a tolerable anti-spam advertisement model and nice UI.

 No.890

I recently found out that Brave just added that as a way of using .onion domains on Brave. As good as Brave is, it's not as secure as Tor. And hell, even Tor isn't so safe since there are small zero-days and issues with security if you're using specific sites regularly enough to be tracked.



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