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HP Botnet Anonymous 02/26/2018 (Mon) 07:24:17 [Preview] No. 12425
The amount of analysis a fucking printer company is doing is rather disturbing.

Anonymous 02/26/2018 (Mon) 12:13:51 [Preview] No.12426 del
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Anything that use electricity will become a snitch.
That's 1984 on steroid.

I would never personaly put anything related to the internet of things home. I try to limit the tech I have to the minimum.

Because we're never talking about the effect of what all of those devices can do on our body. I know that some people, talking about "electrosensibility" are seen as retards, but that's a truth that the US government has removed wifi antenna from inside classrooms and cell tower from near schools. It's not often adviced to move your phone away from your head when you sleep, to keep wifi at the opposite end from where you sleep etc...

With PLC technology (in france, they're installing new electricity meter, called Linky, that use unencrypted PLC to directly send your electricity consumption in real time, you can only imagine the privacy implication, and health implication...), with the multiplication of IoT...
There's a reason about why the billionaire are literaly techless, and why the most expensive school in the USA only use blackboard and chalk.

Stitches to snitches?

Anonymous 02/27/2018 (Tue) 09:46:17 [Preview] No.12430 del
>job at HebrewPrinting
Notice the 'Imaging and Printing' positions are in shit locations. Fits the job well.
Only if networked, anon.
Open the printer and fix it.
Or build your own libre printer
It should fit 11w sheets so both 8x11 and 11x17 can be printed

Anonymous 02/27/2018 (Tue) 09:49:20 [Preview] No.12431 del
>usage stats
Be sure to "correct" your usage, anon.

Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 21:53:46 [Preview] No.12436 del
Also during 2018-2019 massive computer security breaches are expected -more cataclysmic than previously (from forecasts a decade in advance based on tech trends). I suspect it will be due to broken AES. NIST are opening up to PQC already which is a portent of a cryptographic SHTF scenario.
We've already seen indications of these breaches with Meltdown, Spectre, and Wifi in 2017. I'm cutting out those odd accounts hardly/never used that could possibly be part of a leveraged attack on main accounts.
Cloud data users are set to get rained on, hard.

>Open the printer and fix it.
Printers also doxx you on the printout (with the infamous yellow dots on color printers for example). There is also reason to believe there are fingerprinting methods used in monochrome printers. Such devices are a double-ended botnet.

Anonymous 03/14/2018 (Wed) 17:35:20 [Preview] No.12482 del
Just audit the documents and hand type them to airgapped and TEMPEST resistant computers. This is how they do it in nuclear reactors, and presumably at CIA offices with high(est) clearance requirement.

Anonymous 03/15/2018 (Thu) 12:47:11 [Preview] No.12484 del
Well they named the company after HP Lovecraft so analyze that. If you install kubuntu on an HP machine a dream watchdog daemon initializes. And there is no htop for your mind.

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