Hi there. I've setup a Debian repository for PureOS Amber and Debian 10 (Buster). It currently provides the latest versions of:
- Telegram Desktop [repacked from official binaries]
- CPU-X [official Debian 10 .deb from GitHub release]
- Electrum [from Debian Sid]
- Monero (monero-cli) [repacked from the official binaries]
Instructions for adding the repository are in README.md. Feel free to request a package with an issue.
Guerrilla Software Liberation
If you have access to software or hardware documentation that is proprietary and is otherwise undocumented, it is your duty as a good librepunk to leak it.
This includes API documentation, Verilog, schematics, and source code.
Make torrents, put it on IPFS, put it on every git instance imaginable.
Also, some more specific Pro Tips from the official spokeswoman of radical left cyberpunks:
Local law enforcement are usually hot trash at securing their digital infrastructure. I would never say you should destroy all of it. But if someone did, that would be kind of cool.
Destroy it, okay? Just don't tell them I told ya
Hey there. Heard there's probably going to be another big protest tomorrow. Remember:
- Remove batteries from your phone or leave them at home
- Wear full face masks
- Don't wear unique/identifying clothing (generic clothes from a chain store is a good idea)
- Plead the 5th amendment if arrested
- You have a right to a lawyer, don't talk to pigs without one. They aren't your friend, they aren't here to help you.
- Don't drive there if possible (license plate scanning)
- All Cops Are Bastards
I'm building an auditory browser "Rhapsode", and am planning "Haphaestus" for use on TVs with ordinary remotes...
I also know of Dillo, NetSurf, & the commandline browsers like Lynx.
@polarisfm It really does feel like they're advertising to an audience they don't have, and even worse, in doing so are trending toward just becoming effectively the same as bloated chromium browsers. Things might be different on the backend, but the philosophy seems to be becoming the same. Convenience over autonomy.
I feel like Mozilla keeps introducing all of these proprietary network services aimed at privacy minded folks while also not realizing their services are less private than the self-hostable libre alternatives that people concerned about privacy already use.
They also keep trying to bake these "features" into their browser which leads to more telemetry, which leads to privacy minded folks forking Firefox and stripping out the telemetry and ads for Mozilla services.
Oh, and Firefox Private Network™️ is for some reason only available in the US...?
So far this year Mozilla has: Discontinued Firefox Send and Notes, laid off employees, announced they're shifting focus away from their web browser, introduced Mozilla VPN (reskinned Mullvad with Mozilla telemetry), Firefox Monitor (all breaches sourced from haveibeenpwned), and introduced "Firefox Private Network" (a VPN that isn't Mozilla VPN, only works with Firefox Desktop, and uses Cloudflare).
I believe this is what you call a "lack of direction"
Happy Talk Like A Pirate Day.
Do you want to watch a "Netflix Original", "Hulu Original", etc, but don't want to deal with their spyware, DRM, and general proprietary fuckery?
BTDig, a DHT search engine: https://btdig.com/
Their hidden service: http://btdiggwzoyrwwbiv.onion/
BTDig's DHT crawler source code: https://github.com/btdig/dhtcrawler2
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