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Are private keys not the result of computation?
If so, they can use their mass computation resources to figure out all the private keys that have been figured out, then use this information to decrypt all the traffic they intercept through their intermediate routers.
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2^128 is quite a lot of bits. it would be impossible to store all pairs of (priv,pub), more so to compute them. not even talking about RSA4096
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>>76126906
>Isnt that just a brute force attack?
mostly. nsa did make a good effort to weaken some algorithms with nsa's help. the rest of them nsa need to brute force or compute some other way.
>>76126816
doesn't work like that, retard.
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>>76126816
>figure out all the private keys that have been figured out
you are probably the most retarded person ive seen on here which is a feat because i am also technologically illiterate
but i will spoonfeed you
there are ~3 million ways to rearrange 10 letters. any 10 letters have ~3 million ways to rearrange them in any order.
to contrast that, 13 letters have about ~6 BILLION ways to rearrange.
now try 2000.
google's calculator literally will not even let you. that's how big it is.
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>>76128271
if you are technologically illiterate your opinion holds no bearing and should be ignored.
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>>76126816
Just get the company's private key, or MITM and just get your certificate in a trusted authority

There's not enough energy left in the sun to flip enough bits to figure out all private keys. You'll have to prove P = NP or find a specific weakness hidden in RSA

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Do you use text files to store notes on your computer?
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>>76128330
Does there exist any other markup language aside from php.
specifically for the web, I researched that yet.
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>>76128457
fucking what? php isn't a markup language
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>>76128472
Doesn't it display content in the browser?
That's what I'm trying to imply.
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>>76119751
.md in a private NextCloud instance.
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>>76128485
nope, still uses HTML to display it.
You could use webGL to display instead.

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What is preventing you from owning apple products? What will have to happen for you to take the leap?
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>>76127645
damn can't believe I missed this thread.
wish the mods did fun shit like this more often like they used to years ago.
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>>76123543
>all legitimate criticisms boiling down to personal preference
how assblasted do you have to be to get upset over the fact that apple isnt suited for every single person on the planet
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>>76123280

>What will have to happen for you to take the cock?
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>>76123280
I have a brain.
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They're too expensive, that's the only reason for me tbqh.

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tech that makes you coom?
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Modded Thinkpads
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>>76126350
I have one super close to that, the 760XL
wish I could get a battery, but other than that it's a
nice little machine
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>>76122367
;^)

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I'm going to create a briefcase!, said nobody
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>>76125140
I forgot those were a thing
Also why is that screenshot so fucking blurry
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>>76126637
>>76126808
Comes from an old video
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>>76125140
it was mainly used as a safe means of transferring little bits of data between a docked laptop and a PDA.

I only ever saw it in use on a single computer in my 14yrs of IT - and that was on a '95 box.
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I remember they had this back in Windows 95. I had no idea what it was for. Apparently it allowed file sync with removable hard drives kinda like dropbox. Actually a pretty good idea.
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>>76125420
Microsoft all the time

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At what point does having a lot of hard drive space become highly suspicious? 5TB? 10? 20?
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>>76117574
>furry
Even worse.
>>76119207
RAID =/= secure, onsite & offsite backup
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>>76128883
RAID is more secure than nothing, that's the whole point. Stop being a pedantic autist.
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>>76128784
>move away from tyrone
I'm legally required to let him fuck my wife at least three times a week.
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>>76128904
WTF you mean than nothing? literally buy an external device, back your shit up, and stop being a worthless, hopelessly coping poorfag.
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>>76128972
>external hdd
clown boi
I got three wd golds as a gift, set them in raid 5, literally fahget about it. Imagine being so cucked as to manually parity your data.

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>vim users: people work years to build small and reusable unix programs to create an environment where you can mix and match them through piping in robust contexts
>emacs users: nah, i am going to recreate coreutils in Lisp and use this text editor to do everything in containerized environment instead of doing it the unix way through terminal emulator and pipes via separate programs already written for rss/irc/everything else.
Why do emacs users reinvent the wheel? Why do they take perfect unix system, and build something else totally incompatible with unix philosophy on top of it? You could just use vim for text editing, weechat for messaging, newsboat for rss, etc. Why work with one monolith program only that doesn't respect the spirit of unix programming and system managing?
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>>76126554
>nano users: too busy having sex to give a fuck
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>>76126661
I never said anything about sex outside of marriage.
Guilty conscience, anon?
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Emacs is the foundation of a GNU system. GNU is NOT Unix. Core utilities should be viewed as a legacy compatibility layer.
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>>76126711
I would have specified "gentle, non-lewd vaginal creampie in the missionary position while holding hands and crying, in private at night with the lights off and the door closed and blocked with a dresser and also trying to be quiet so you don't wake up the kids" but "brev = wit" as they say.
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>>76126554
Emacs is not a text editor, it's a virtual lisp machine of sorts. You can use it to edit text, yes, but it is not a text editor. It can use other binaries provided on the host machine, and it often does, but what if they don't exist? Since emacs wants to stand on its own, it tries to provide these functionalities "in house" as well.

Why do you use Tor? Silk Road being taken down proves its not secure. Even if you are not using Tor for anything illegal, the feds monitor exit nodes which defeats the whole purpose of anonymity.
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>>76097242
Kalifags BTFO
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>>76099527
>.t glowie using bait and switch tactics
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>>76119732
You must be at least 25 to post here.
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>>76128747
>you can be sent to jail for a fucking draw
>meanwhile kikes or any retard with enough money/power can fuck childrens and get away with it
I hate this gay earth
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>>76127606
>woww
Get the fuck off this board you insta faggot

Personal computers were a mistake.
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CIA niggers want to take your compiler and local system away from you.
Enjoy your space in the cloud.
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Not really apple fucked us with the iphone and then it went down hill from here also I am copying this thread so get rekt
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Cancer plebs on smartphones with their SJW cancer.

We need licensing to high IQ folk only.
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>>76128350
>filename
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>>76128350
Personal phones. They are best surveillance tools in the world.

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>just upgrade to windows 10 2004 build bro
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>76128403
I'm the op you mong
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30/300 yous from baited virgin losers gathered so far
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>76128427
I'm the op, I'm gathering (You)s from you
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>>76127938
> aksdf.sys
The genuine aksdf.sys file is a software component of Aladdin HASP by Aladdin Knowledge Systems.
Aladdin HASP (Hardware Against Software Piracy) a digital rights management (DRM) suite of protection and licensing software. Aksdf.sys is a filter driver that is necessary for the proper functioning of HASP. The component adds support for specialized external devices. Removing this file may cause problems with Aladdin hardware.

You installed something retarded OP. Good job.
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>I did some digging and found in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files" a folder named Aladdin something
>for some reason this service is running a local web page
What the fuck, Microsoft?

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The fx-8350 of our generation
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>>76117515
A Core i5 3570K easily beats the FX 8350 in that game.
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>>76127147
No, a lower minimum is what happens when a poorly designed processor exposes one of its many design problems with high latency for a particular operation because the branch predictor was hot garbage and the processor had to clear the pipeline.

You're cherrypicking the best examples. As I mentioned earlier I owned an FX-8350. At the time I was like you, I believed it was a better processor, or at least equal to Intel's offerings, but after taking a step back I can recognize and admit that I was deluding myself and the FX processors were shit.

Think about it this way. Lisa Su is a highly experienced silicon engineer. When she took over the company in 2012 or 2013, she looked at what AMD was selling (FX) and had to make a decision about where to take the company. Not only did she decide to build a new architecture, she cancelled all future development on the current architecture, both so they could get the new architecture out faster and because she recognized that it was unsalvagable. Even with that decision the company still nearly died before Zen came along.

FX was shit. Any argument to the contrary is willful self-delusion.
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>>76118914
Wow, a $360 CPU is faster than a $160 CPU in Fortnite. AMD BTFO, how will they ever recover from this?
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>>76117350
> 3300X blocks your path
Same performance for stuff other than compiling and rendering. Far far less expensive. It also BTFO’s the “moar cores is more speed” misconception.
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>>76128617
And don't forget the (O.C.), so you need an expensive motherboard to hit that performance level.
The Ryzen does it out of the box.

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Walkman Edition

This thread is for the discussion of portable media players and in-ear monitors.

•Pastebin:
https://pastebin.com/8jg6z0gG

•Why use a PMP instead of a phone?
>better DAC
>more output power so it can drive high-end headphones
>smaller sizes than phones for activities like exercise
>physical buttons
>headphone jacks
>some people can't use smartphone at work, and some people use dumbphones


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https://crinacle.com/2020/05/28/moondrop-blessing-2-review-kilobuck-threat/
Blessing 2 review's out
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>>76129914
it's shit
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>>76130184
No, u
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>>76130203
fuck off paid shill
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In my humble opinion the small comply foam tips are the most comfortable size.

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why is AES so fast?

should i trust NSA encryption?

where did i put my phone at?
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>>76124045
>don't wear a mask
>sneezing constantly whenever outside
>rub my hands on railings out of habit
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hardware acceleration
chacha20 is as faster
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>be me
>take shirt off
>tie aroud face
>use hand sanitizer 24/7 and dont go anywhere besides getting 10 gallons of gas every day

cant be mad you died if your dead
you cant even feel any type of way so why bother thinking about it

if you drink water you have a 100% chance of dying
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>>76124045
>why is AES so fast?
Because it is hardware accelerated.
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>>76124045
BLAKE is the future AES quantum safe standard. It's a Merkle tree.

https://github.com/BLAKE3-team/BLAKE3

>watches a lot of movies/TV shows/sports in a nice house with a small TV

anons explain this most peculiar state of mind if you can
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>>76126072
His gf has large maracas. He's too busy motorboating to bother with the tv.
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TV is not important enough for me. I had a 21-inch TV growing up, we'd watch movies and stuff in it without problems, then why is a 32-inch ones small nowadays? They're duping you into buying shit you don't need.
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>>76126238
>I had a 21-inch TV growing up
So you grew up poor.
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>>76126262
not that anon but I personally didnt care for the old large tvs back then
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>>76126072
Just sit closer to the screen.

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>it's another "fresh out of school kiddo tries to contest senior software engineer's pull request to establish a footing but actually making himself look like a retard" episode
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>>76126565
Maybe you are a retard?
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Context?


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