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Europe im_we 
What do you do to protect your digital privacy?
2020-05-06 12:34
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#1
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Europe im_we
Personally, I use Tor network, Signal, Linux and a password manager (KeePassX, different passwords everywhere).
2020-05-06 12:35
But are these softwares convenient to use?
2020-05-06 14:23
#62
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Europe im_we
Well, Tor Browser makes it a bit slower but it's nothing too terrible. There is no way in hell I could read more stuff that I could ever load, even with the slowest connection nowadays. You can watch YouTube on Tor as well. With regards to other tools, some of them can even make your life more convenient such as said password managers.
2020-05-06 14:46
I do use Ubuntu and bitwarden personally but sometimes some softwares are really difficult to run on Linux and your average person just wants something that just works and not go search for workarounds in forums.
2020-05-06 14:53
#64
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Europe im_we
Yeah, I don't like Ubuntu either. It's also resource heavy. Just take a look at this comparison: old.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/5l39tz/l..
2020-05-06 14:59
#65
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Belgium rpRj
You fkn paranoid or something?
2020-05-06 15:01
#67
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Europe im_we
I don't know. You tell me. Best of my knowledge, we are all being spied on. Do you disagree?
2020-05-06 15:03
#68
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Belgium rpRj
Yes and no, they can spy on us sure, what do they gain by spying on you or me though. As for me.. They can spy on my as much as they want, the free world is long gone and i have nothing to hide. And the things i might wanna hide wont blatantly float around on my pc.
2020-05-06 15:11
#70
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Europe im_we
That knowledge a leverage that can be used against you. Think how many are willing to offer their products and services for no charge, and take your dossier instead. Therefore, it is wise to assume it must have value, right? If there there is nothing to be done about it, would also argue that e2e encryption is broken, serves no purpose and people who work on these project simply waste their time?
2020-05-06 15:29
#75
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Belgium rpRj
encryption software, vpn, etc are still products like any other, there is either a need for it, or you make people think they need it by fear, fomo, following (sheep) behaviour. So just because it exists, doesnt mean we need it. I worked in hard sales before, Ive sold to tons of people that didnt need it, just by putting some kind of fear or fomo inside their head.
2020-05-06 16:21
#76
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Europe im_we
Well, are we or are we not being spied on all the time? A huge chunk of pro-privacy tools are either free (as in free meal, and free software at the same time), or self-hosted. So don't tell me about the sales please. An example reference list: privacytools.io/
2020-05-06 16:24
#77
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Belgium rpRj
depends what you mean. Sure there can be software that spies on me all the time, but i doubt there is a person that actually spies on me real time. Like I said, even with all the VPN's in the world, there is no such thing as privacy anymore. Using stuff like tor and vpn will make your online footprint smaller, sure. But it doesnt keep you off the grid like you're a ghost.
2020-05-06 16:25
#79
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Europe im_we
I don't recall I ever advocated for the use of VPNs. If I did, quote me on that please. > depends what you mean. Like your (or any average Joe's) facebook messages, browsing history, text messages, location data, contacts list, is this being actively collected and stored, or you doubt that?
2020-05-06 16:27
#80
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Belgium rpRj
Ofcourse my data is being actively collected and then sold to other companies.
2020-05-06 16:28
#83
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Europe im_we
Therefore, why do you think it takes an 'idiot' and a 'paranoid' person to be concerned about it?
2020-05-06 16:30
#84
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Belgium rpRj
2020-05-06 16:30
#78
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Belgium rpRj
"We can't operate this site without the generous contributions we receive from our viewers. If you love privacy and our website please consider donating." Nothing keeps working for free
2020-05-06 16:27
#81
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Europe im_we
Well, it costs money to host and maintain a website. This is not exactly a news. It's nothing compared to what Google, Facebooks, and Microsoft of this world make (margins wise) by selling your data to the advertisers.
2020-05-06 16:29
#82
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Belgium rpRj
Why should I / you care that they sell my / your data? tbh if i have to see ads i rather see something interesting instead of something bullshit that i would never want. its the world we live in, get over it
2020-05-06 16:31
#86
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Europe im_we
Because it's your life. Because you don't know what it is gonna look like five, ten, twenty years from now and how the stuff from your past, things you said in seemingly 'private' conversations now may be seen from that perspective. Because we as humans should we allowed to experiment and make mistakes without the fear of being judged for them.
2020-05-06 16:32
#88
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Belgium rpRj
100% Agreed on that point, but then again, I'm not rly worried that in 20 years or whatever my private msgs would be leaked. Ill take full responsibility for the things ive said or done.
2020-05-06 16:34
same, who cars. i dont have childporn on my pc so i dont have to worry about anything
2020-05-09 15:09
fax
2020-08-03 22:08
#143
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Europe im_we
Telex better.
2020-09-02 20:05
2020-08-03 21:08 dont revive your shitty thread you fucking insecure scared paranoid man
2020-09-02 23:25
#145
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Europe im_we
Dude, I only now saw you post. I respect HLTV, but I also have other hobbies than this site. You don't like Telex, that's fine for me, whatever.
2020-09-02 23:32
? lmfao you literally replied to comments on days earlier than this so you hardly only saw it now when you literally get notifications about it
2020-09-02 23:38
#147
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Europe im_we
I don't pay attention to dates since they started to automatically lock older threads here some time ago. If I can reply, I assume it's up to date. It saves my time. I didn't get any notification about your post. I was just browsing through.
2020-09-02 23:42
#95
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Sweden frozze90
I get your point. I valute my privatelife even if Ive got nothing to hide. I think its wrong to have every conversation recorded.. Let us have our freedom. But yeah its all gone now....
2020-05-09 15:14
#97
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Europe im_we
No, you can still make other choice. You know, like use e2e encrypted communication and cash for example if you don't already. Check out privacytools.io for some example software choices.
2020-05-09 15:21
they aren't selling the data. you seem to fundamentally misunderstand how those companies work. google is basically the largest advertising agency on the planet. they use the data to show people personalized ads because it increases the probability of people clicking on it, which is how they make their money.
2020-05-09 15:22
#99
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Europe im_we
They do sell the data. Essentially, they sell you. You are their product. Yeah, they do that by selling that to advertises, how does one contradict the other?
2020-05-09 15:25
No, why would they sell the data? that makes no sense. they use the data to place ads for their clients (advertisers). if they sold the data then why would anyone hire them?
2020-05-09 15:30
#102
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Europe im_we
They sell the data by offering ads to show to the subjects of the dossiers they collect. If they didn't have the data, what would they sell?
2020-05-09 15:35
No, the USE the data to show ads to people. They make money from people clicking on ads. When you hire e.g. Google to run an ad campaign for you then Google doesn't give you any data. They charge you when people click on your ads. They use the data to show the ads to people that are most likely to click on it because that's how they increase their revenue.
2020-05-09 15:43
#105
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Europe im_we
Those are just technicalities. The product is the dossiers. The way they utilize their product is secondary to the fact, that if it wasn't for the dossiers, they would hardly have anything to sell (90%+ of Google revenue comes from spying). The ads don't matter, the dossiers do. When GCHQ or NSA hack into Google (MUSCULAR program), they are after dossiers, not ads. Nobody cares about the ads. When data leaks, it's the same. It's the collection of dossiers that make it all dangerous and wrong.
2020-05-09 15:57
also of course it matters. you claim that they are selling data but it's not how the industry works, using and selling aren't the same thing. it's a bit weird that you are so concerned about privacy but can't even be bothered to inform yourself. I mean I don't even defend them but you are straight up misrepresenting the situation. also if you think GCHQ or NSA are abusing their power then you should push for government reforms and not privacy.
2020-05-09 16:07
#107
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Europe im_we
They selling data. If it wasn't for the data, they would have nothing to sell. > then you should push for government reforms and not privacy. According to Snowden, computers won't be secure at least for the next 20-30 years. If there is a data set, it can leak. In fact, every Fortunate 500 company has been hacked at this point. It could all be prevented if it wasn't collected in the first place. Or if it was always and everywhere e2e encrypted and thus useless to whoever gets to it.
2020-05-09 16:12
NO, they aren't selling the data. I literally explained it to you multiple times. Now stop spreading your low IQ bullshit when you know nothing about the topic. People like you are the perfect example why nobody takes the privacy idiots seriously, go back to reddit to circlejerk
2020-05-09 16:22
#109
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Europe im_we
Yeah, you can make yourself think Google makes money selling cookies. What do I care.
2020-05-09 16:23
you are basically no different than a religious fundamentalist or some braindead far left/right winger. 100% deserved that nobody takes people like you seriously
2020-05-09 16:27
#111
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Europe im_we
You'll never be half the man your mother was.
2020-05-09 16:38
cringe
2020-05-09 16:39
#113
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Europe im_we
Go make yourself a sibling.
2020-05-09 16:40
you lost the argument, crying won't change that. and nobody gives a shit about privacy idiots no matter how hard you cry
2020-05-09 16:42
Honestly, very few. I got my clear name on my steam profile.The only data I protect is financially sensitive data.
2020-05-06 12:36
yo, i broke the fucking site
2020-05-06 12:41
#5
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Europe im_we
As Richard Stallman says, don't be tracked - pay cash. Do you agree?
2020-05-06 12:41
I am from Germany, cash is king here, I remember five years ago I wanted to pay wit hcard in a MCDonalds and back then they didnt have card readers which I found crazy. I try to pay with cash as often as I can, gives me a better perception of money, cause it hurts seeing your wallet get drained. Right now I pay mostly with card though, due to less contact.
2020-05-06 12:43
#23
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Europe im_we
For me, before the corona outbreak when I saw a person using plastic to pay, I would immediately loose all of my respect for them. Why would you do that if there is a freedom option readily available? Nowadays I still use cash, but I try not to hand it over. There are few supermarkets over here which have self check out machines that take cash.
2020-05-06 13:34
No offense but do you really think your government cares that you went to the shop and bought lube and tissues last thursday?
2020-05-06 14:07
#60
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Europe im_we
I don't think they have to care for this information to be collected and stored in my dossier forever. It doesn't really matter since it became very cheap to spy on people now. In other words, no specific interest for 'you' and 'lube' is needed anymore. That's why there is 'mass' in 'mass surveillance'.
2020-05-06 14:32
No argument there, not really what I was asking about though. While I also like my privacy, I don't particularly understand why it's such a big deal if there are records on how often you do your groceries. Especially since these records are unlikely to be used against you in any way anyway, unless you're involved in some criminal activity. Correct me if I'm wrong though. Just to be clear, I agree with you on most of your points, e. g. the data collection Facebook does is unacceptable imo, but this one particular thing about paying cash I just don't understand.
2020-05-06 19:52
#96
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Europe im_we
> Especially since these records are unlikely to be used against you in any way anyway, (...) Every single Fortune 500 company had was hacked in one way or another at this point. MySpace database, LinkedIn are basically public domain now. Billions of Yahoo accounts were hacked as well. What that means is, they can we used in any way anyone in the world see it fit. Your employer, your future employer, your girlfriend, ex girlfriend, neighbour, divorce lawyer 30 years from now, etc. f it's not encrypted by your own key and exists on a computer connected to the internet somewhere, it is wise to assume it will become public at some point as well.
2020-05-09 15:20
Did you read the whole post or just that one sentence? I am asking you about one thing and you keep talking about another..
2020-05-09 15:33
#103
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Europe im_we
Financial data is just like any other data set. It can leak as well. Therefore, I believe yes, it's very much on the topic you mentioned.
2020-05-09 15:37
How down am I on your respect scale if I use Samsung pay (not even a plastic card) and havent made a single cash payment for quite a time?
2020-07-06 10:14
#121
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Europe im_we
I bet you have stasi officers in your ancestry.
2020-07-08 20:26
nah, mine were counselors in a camp
2020-07-09 12:16
Honestly, very few. I got my clear name on my steam profile.The only data I protect is financially sensitive data. hey there i got #2 twice, come at me Jonathan E Epstein didnt kill himself
2020-05-06 12:41
#6
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Finland ozturk93_
nothing i have my password in my name
2020-05-06 12:42
#115
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Europe im_we
What is it?
2020-05-09 21:26
#8
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Poland Hanse
Idgaf, hackers don't care about everyday joe and gov already knows everything they want
2020-05-06 12:43
#9
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Europe im_we
You mean, e2e encryption is broken, serves no purpose and people who work on these project simply waste their time?
2020-05-06 12:45
#11
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Poland Hanse
EtEE can protect you from 18yo "hacker", majority of companies are forced to "cooperate" with government so there ia not much of a chance that EtEE could stop them
2020-05-06 12:48
#12
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Europe im_we
So how is this cooperation being done? If I install Signal on my computer, it doesn't protect me because...? Is the software that I install built from a different code than we see in the repositories? If so, what about reproductive builds? Or are all devices hacked to begin with?
2020-05-06 12:51
#13
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Poland Hanse
Cooperation is being done in legal way - most of companies are forced to help when there is possibility of danger within their area of bussines. As far as I remember from lessons of cryptology (5 years ago) all end-to-end encrypted data is generated on 2 keys - one original and one private, created when you encrypt data. As far as I know companies can decrypt all data since they both have original key and know seed of pk. Whether they want it or not - as soon as, let's say - police, wants any data decrypted - the are forced to do it. My sources are limted to 2 friends that worked in local bureau of investigation and couple of outdated books, even tho I think it's very likely to be true.
2020-05-06 13:01
#14
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Europe im_we
What you described isn't e2e encryption, it's merely TLS (client - server) encryption. With e2e model, only the end points control and have access to the keys, that's the whole point. How can a third party decrypt my content without knowing the key? Also, there is no such thing as 'private' and the 'original' key. What you are likely referring to is asymmetric cryptography. In that case the words you are looking for are 'private' and 'public' keys.
2020-05-06 13:09
#15
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Poland Hanse
Sniffers & keyloggers, perhaps. Also wouldn't be surprised if there are backdoors in couple of popular e2e softwares.
2020-05-06 13:10
#20
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Europe im_we
To install a snigger and keylogger, you have to hack a device. Would you argue that all the devices we use are hacked to begin with? With regards to the backdoors in the e2e encrypted software, do you think those are hidden in the published open source code or the binaries that we download and install simply aren't build from the code that we see but from something else?
2020-05-06 13:17
#43
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Poland Hanse
No, why would I assume that? I'm not expert in penT and multi-device hacking, just not my IT branch, I just make assumptions from inside info I got that government related institutions do have such abilities. My knowledge on the topic ends on Python pentesting and writing keyloggers or hidding sniffers etc., thus I'm not making big and detailed assumptions on how things work.
2020-05-06 14:07
#56
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Europe im_we
Well, you clearly seem to have an established opinion on the matter. I was hoping it was something deeper than merely a rejection mechanism coming from your mind not wanting to acknowledge that there is a problem that involves you that might need some attention, and some nirvana fallacy references: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfect_solution_f.. There is no 'inside info' needed. Even in Snowden revelations, there was nothing that went against what is publicly available knowledge on how computers generally work.
2020-05-06 14:20
Hahaha, thank you for the good laugh. So obvious you tried so hard to grasp some information about what encryption is after a quick Google search. Yet you can't even define a fundamental of encryption protocol as E2EE. When you don't know shit, don't try to look smart, it makes you look like a fool. So glad im_we just lowkey dragged you into the mud comment after comment to expose your total ignorance.
2020-05-06 14:10
#69
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Poland Hanse
Idk if you are typical jerman dumbfuck with superiority complex or just tryna bait real hard, I also don't know origin of your implications about googling for example. I had couple of lessons on the topic back in college, worked one year as pentester in Kali (GDK) before moving to back-end, I also had said 2 friends with good credibility. Never stated I'm expert, nor that I'm 100% sure I'm right. Don't make clown of yourself and join discussion in humble way instead of barking, thanks.
2020-05-06 15:27
#71
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Europe im_we
You expressed what seemed like an already formed opinion out in public. Of course you deserve to be judged for it in such case. You worked in Kali GDK as in what? Kali Linux? Are you twelve years of age?
2020-05-06 15:32
#72
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Poland Hanse
Interesting assumption, not going to confess any further from here cause it's strangely starting to look like personal attack, but yes - I used to work for GridDynamicsK in 2018 as pentester, working mainly in Kali Linux.
2020-05-06 15:36
#73
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Europe im_we
There are many folks around who will take your posts seriously. That narrative you spread is very convenient for the mind. Typically, it doesn't like to be bothered so if there is an easy way out and dismiss the problem (there is nothing to be done, I'm helpless anyway), many will take the path. In such case, they will look much close into details. With that in mind, what you do is especially wrong, and for some people it might even be physically dangerous. Think of gay males living in places where you can be punished by death for that. Kali Linux is nothing more than just Debian with bundled 3rd party tools. I picked on that because many kids love to throw this name around a lot.
2020-05-06 15:53
"2 friends that worked in local bureau of investigation" to "a couple of outdated books" to "a sniffer and keylogger" that can break AES basically. LMAO you're such a clown
2020-05-06 14:13
#10
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Sweden quacke
Never given out my password to anyone, switch up the letters every now and then, never click shady links that can get my keylogs, use uBlock Origin to block me from certain websites.
2020-05-06 12:45
#16
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Denmark Notallama
Using anything possible that is opensource.
2020-05-06 13:11
use mask
2020-05-06 13:13
#74
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Europe im_we
I like how the privacy of people around changed for better a lot lately.
2020-05-06 16:02
nothing if someone wants to hack somebody, they will.
2020-05-06 13:19
#22
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Europe im_we
How do you comment on the fact that with regards to availability of 0day exploits, the price varies depending on the platform and software used? For example, a 0day for the newest iOS may cost one million dollars, a 0day for Qubes OS may not even be available publicly, while for example for Windows 98SE everybody can find working exploits at few click of a button in their favourite search engine?
2020-05-06 13:29
dont undertand, sorry i use w7 which i havent updated for ages if somebody wants to steal my twitch/hltv/mail go ahead, nothing interestin to find
2020-05-06 13:40
#25
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Europe im_we
What is your steam login and password then?
2020-05-06 13:42
2ndacc4fun troll1real vac banned
2020-05-06 13:42
#27
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Europe im_we
Alright, thanks.
2020-05-06 13:43
put it in good use
2020-05-06 13:45
#29
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Europe im_we
Don't you have moral issues with cheating in CS though?
2020-05-06 13:46
skinchanger ban
2020-05-06 13:47
#31
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India somecunt
Nothing
2020-05-06 13:49
#33
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Europe im_we
So you don't even use Signal? What do you respond to people when they say 'just add me on Signal men)))'?
2020-05-06 13:59
#50
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India somecunt
Excuse me, what is signal?
2020-05-06 14:11
#57
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Europe im_we
The messaging software that's basically a gold standard for encryption right now? Duh? twitter.com/Snowden/status/7785922751443..
2020-05-06 14:22
Man, when it tells me some1 logged into my account from Taiwan, I just change the password.
2020-05-06 13:49
nothing.What can a hacker get from my computer?Minecraft memes?
2020-05-06 14:00
#35
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Europe im_we
Your contacts list, metadata on where do you, who you contact with, how often, where from, the content of the conversations, the browsing history, the shopping habits, daily routine, etc. That's what companies like Google, Facebook, the telecoms, and the governments collect, among other things.
2020-05-06 14:02
man go back to watching mr robot
2020-08-03 22:13
#148
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Europe im_we
You disagree?
2020-09-16 21:11
You think I'd tell you? Ha.
2020-05-06 14:03
#90
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Europe im_we
Smart guy.
2020-05-07 00:28
2FA is as far as I go out of my way to protect shit. I’ll get notified if my account was breached and change the password simple.
2020-05-06 14:05
why are you so obsessed with people finding out what's on your PC and what you are viewing online? You got some illegal activity that you are scared of? Expected from im_we... If they want to hack you, it doesn't matter what protection you have, eventually it will be breached and you will still be hacked. No method of this actually works 100% of the time so unless you have very sensitive data e.g. government files or work files then its unneeded.
2020-05-06 14:06
#44
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Europe im_we
> why are you so obsessed with people finding out what's on your PC and what you are viewing online? It's autism men)), when I stumble upon an interesting topic that's all I research and ask about.
2020-05-06 14:09
yeah you being obsessed with people not finding out what your viewing online is autism. Its not just you watching dodgy shit and not wanting people to find out.
2020-05-06 14:10
#61
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Europe im_we
I really don't know. Look, I just like the idea of it, that's all. The fact that I don't advocate for gays to be burned at the stake doesn't mean I'm personally hungry for a dick either. Privacy too is a basic human right.
2020-05-06 14:39
#45
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Israel Sonnabend
Worst comment I read today
2020-05-06 14:09
expected from israel.
2020-05-06 14:10
#49
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Israel Sonnabend
Anti-Semitic, disgusting!
2020-05-06 14:11
hating your shit country being anti-Semitic choose one.
2020-05-06 14:11
#52
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Israel Sonnabend
So how is it my fault in which country i was born?
2020-05-06 14:12
not my problem. Your country is shit and is a terrorist state, i don't give a shit about you.
2020-05-06 14:12
#55
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Israel Sonnabend
Lol! Discriminating me for something I can do nothing about....
2020-05-06 14:13
First of all i don't install intrusive riot anti cheat, second i don't care about my online privacy... I'm already on Facebook
2020-05-06 14:07
#92
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Europe im_we
There are still things out there that make a lot of difference. For example, having a Facebook account (which I don't in case anyone wants to ask) and only use it on the browser versus having an account and the Facebook app on your mobile device are like heaven and hell. There is so much more than FB sees and spies on in the second scenario compared to the first.
2020-05-09 15:05
#66
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Belgium rpRj
None, I'm not an idiot and also not paranoid and also not important enough to hack.
2020-05-06 15:02
#122
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Europe im_we
Nobody cares if you are important or not anymore, this isn't 1950. Everybody is being spied on.
2020-07-08 20:35
we should create some kind of "ownership of data" and plz spend less time online bye hltv
2020-05-06 16:32
#91
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Europe im_we
Have a good time.
2020-05-07 20:27
#123
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Europe im_we
+1
2020-07-08 20:50
na i got nothing to steal tbh, wanna target ads at me? go ahead i dont fucking read them anyway.. wanna steal my info? sure i dont give 2 fucks, got nothing to hide. i think anyone wanting to spy on me is wasting their time, wtf do i have
2020-05-06 16:33
true
2020-05-09 15:11
#125
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Europe im_we
-1
2020-07-13 16:59
#126
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Europe im_we
Your right mate.
2020-07-14 10:15
Why are you replying to yourself?
2020-07-14 10:31
#131
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Europe im_we
I guess I'm dumb like that.
2020-07-17 10:28
+1 I don't care about "SoMeBoDy wIlL SpY mE" It's so stupid
2020-07-14 10:30
#136
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Europe im_we
So basically, you're still a mass surveillance denier in the post Snowden world?
2020-08-03 17:06
2fa, security key, password manager, long passphrases, different passphrases, multiple emails, protonmail, brave browser, google voice alter ego + number for sites that need sms recpovery/2fa (BAD)
2020-05-10 02:36
I have a custom PC with my own CPU architecture, running a custom OS. All my traffic is routed through my home made router with custom firmware, of course, that encrypts the packets and then splits them between all the local McDonald's restaurants. From there it gets routed through TOR nodes and every one of those groups of packets gets run through 69 different countries before being sent to the destination. I also have a condom on my Ethernet cable so nothing can enter my PC. Message sent on May 7th, 2020 at 4:20 PM.
2020-07-14 10:23
lol, are you paranoid?
2020-07-14 10:33
#132
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Europe im_we
No. Weren't those 'paranoid' ones proven right while everyone else was proven stupid with the 2013 Snowden revelations? I answered "no", because that's spying is public knowledge now. Just read the sources.
2020-07-17 10:30
Nothing because i have nothing to hide. If the government wants to see my PornHub playlist then so be it. I would gladly show it to them.
2020-07-17 11:52
#134
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Europe im_we
Paste your cellphone contact list then.
2020-08-03 16:57
Why? In Sweden everyone’s name including phone number is public on several websites. I could list the names of my contact list and you could still find them all on Ratsit, Hitta or Eniro. I have nothing to hide in my contacts list wtf. But you need to understand, doxing and putting people’s numbers on the internet is not the same as allowing the government to see my contacts.
2020-08-03 17:44
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Europe im_we
Yeah, I know Nordic countries can be extreme with totalitarianism like that. But I doubt they share your phone logs publicly. And I didn't ask you for phone numbers of other people. I asked you to show who your personal contacts are. Can you do it please? > But you need to understand, doxing and putting people’s numbers on the internet is not the same as allowing the government to see my contacts. Of course it is the same. It's not private if other people know who do you contact, where from and how often. It doesn't matter who they are. All humans are equal, Unless you are some kind of a nazi and disagree here.
2020-08-03 17:49
Again you are wrong. If the police knows who i contact, where they are from and how often i contact them then they have no reason interfere in any way because i don't have a drug dealer etc on my contact. This is totally unrelated to doxing, where's people post my address, phone number etc on the internet so that mobs can attack me in various way. Have you ever seen the police dox a person because he did/said something? I have no reason to show you my contacts since you cannot benefit from the information, there is nothing you can do to stop terrorism/organized crime by looking at any information. The police can.
2020-08-03 22:06
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Europe im_we
> If the police knows who i contact, where they are from and how often i contact them then they have no reason interfere in any way because i don't have a drug dealer etc on my contact. Good slave. Altar boy.
2020-08-27 15:11
i dont use 12345 as pw
2020-08-03 17:04
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