Because the previous >>28357 is autosäging. From the last posts: >>42501 Crusader Kings 3 first impressions by Rusbernd >>42504 unkown vidya making fun of Australia due to the lack of certain biome by Ausbernd
Last year I found out there's native Linux version of the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Editions. They are working well but I don't think I'll ever finish a playthrough again. Back then I finished original BG, and BG2, but not the Throne of Bhaal expansion. Damn long games. Enhanced Edition makes it possible to play this classic DnD based crpg on modern steel, fixes bugs, changes some rules, adds new NPCs with quests, new items, two new expansions (The Black Pits - arena fight generator?, and Siege of Dragonspear - which is a module for the original story, taking part between BG1 and BG2). It seems okay all in all.
There are two Warthunder April fools events this year, they are not that great and were not really worth updating the game for.
Also, on the 8th of April Enlisted is coming out of Closed Beta and into Open Beta. Enlisted is a game by the same company but instead of vehicle warfare it features infantry though you can use vehicles but only in first person I think which I like the idea of. It's going to be section based, soldiers within he section have roles which can be upgraded as can their equipment and in some game modes the whole section is part of the game as AI.
I'm not sure about it, one of the things that worries me is the monetisation and progression system that it will have. It will apparently be tied to a battle pass system which is quite bad for that kind of thing, I guess I will just have to see how tied to that it is. It doesn't seem to have nations in the way that Warthunder does either, rather it has factions in campaigns, so to begin with there is a Moscow and Normandy campaign and they have listed a Tunis and Berlin campaign to come. So how will that work? Is it going to be a whole new tree for each faction in each campaign? That could be a huge pain particularly if that is on top of a battle pass based system of progression.
I tried Enlisted. It's okay but not great. I don't think I will play it much and I don't see it having much longevity, the progression system is fairly bad and linked to campaigns(they Have Moscow and Normandy right now). This means that you are locked into one region and even if you get max level as Germany in that campaign it does not carry over to any other campaign, I'm not grinding Germany 4 damn times(they have 4 campaigns set and all 4 feature Germany). This limits re-playability, if I finish the one campaign I am not going to want to start all over again whenever they release a new one.
Whilst it is published by Gaijin and uses their engine it does not seem to have the same design philosophy as Warthunder which is a shame, it is not Warthunder with Infantry.
Warthunder focuses as much on realism as is possible for the kind of game it is whilst at the same time not pretending too. The maps are wide and open and the equipment is largely modelled as true to life as possible but it does not pretend to be simulating actual battles and campaigns. Enlisted kind of does the opposite, the game is far more CoD/Battlefield like with small compact maps and fast gameplay, the equipment is not modelled realistically but modelled for balance, weapons have firerates changed, recoil is arbitrary and makes no sense with guns that should have less recoil having more and wepaons are handed to forces willy nilly regardless of whether that army actually used them in that campaign or at all. The US storm the beaches of Normandy with Piats, Stens and Bolt actions. Why? For balance and to add content to unlock. Where Warthunder never pretends to have every tank look authentic as to it's paint scheme and markings Enlisted does whilst at the same time it removes emblems on German uniforms like the eagle over the left breast and the deaths head on panzer uniforms thus defeating the point of saying that they are portraying them as they were as they clearly are not. Whilst it claims to be presenting realistic campaigns and battles they are far from it.
The map rotations are quite annoying too. All campaigns are split of course so the pool of maps is limited and they are always of a similar theme rather than warthunder where you could play all maps in many parts of the world(though they are slow in making new ones) so combined with the small nature of them it can get very tiresome and it's only going to get worse.
Campaign progression is pretty bad, it's grindy for little reward and due to the campaign nature it's finite. There are 25 levels in each campaign and there is a limit to what they can add to them, pretty much everything they can add has been and where it has not it is due to balancing such as having no KVs in Moscow but even were they to add them there is still a limit to it so people are going to finish these campaigns and not come back. The only viable long term system for the developers is to release new campaigns over and over again and have people grind for the same equipment over and over again.
>>43191 >>43267 >>43657 Multiplayers are shit. Shit! Generally. >Whilst it claims to be presenting realistic campaigns and battles they are far from it. Both developers and modders tend to exploit this "immersion" thing too, then cherry pick the details they want to enhance - most of the time pointlessly.
>>43312 My problem with age of empires is that it is age of empires. And that one is just 3d AoE, instead of pseudo-3d or whatever it was back then. I think my problem with AoE is that making a C&C clone in that setting is unappealing.
Btw clones. All the WWII talks made me look up how various Panzer General clone/remake projects are going. Open General looks very promising. Runs fine on Wine. However the amount of campaigns, maps, units are confusing, with little to no explanation of stuff. There are even other historical campaigns and conflicts. Hueg selection really.
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As I promised I'll write about this book. It's quite lengthy but you'll reach the end if you read at your own pace. Most of the book isn't dense for me, an economic layman, with the exception of the parts about trade, which left me confused. I'll write what I manage to understand. The author wrote it to argue in historiographical debates and make some points, but I read it just to add to my historical knowledge.
I'll write in sections, at most one a day so Bernd doesn't get overwhelmed, and will try to make the sections more thematic rather than just a sythesis of each chapter, as Hitler himself suggests in Mein Kampf for how one should mentally organize knowledge. I want to write about:
-Trade and controls of foreign currency and raw materials -Budgets and revenue -Agrarianism -Businessmen and workers -Consumer goods -The fate of different industries -Rearmament -General progression from 1933 to 1939
If I give up on writing I hope at least to cover the prewar period. I also hope to write on: -Armaments priorities until 1940
The armistice with France he treats as a moral question: the French were perfidious who did not want to keep their word, because they saw weakness in the magnanimousness, and he sees the fall of the moral of the French people, they should have accepted honorably the defeat in what was a fair fight. But now that the French tested the German patience, the latter gained the moral authority to act with iron fist if necessary. The most interesting part of the Armistice for him seems to be the part that is missing: the fate of North Africa, in a military sense (for the curiosity's sake, here's the full text of it https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Franco-German_Armistice ). These parts were simply treated zusammen with all the other colonies in the agreement, however with Italy in the war they gained importance in the warfare. With the "widening" the war (as the Soviet, Japan, and USA entered) this importance just grew. It would have made sense if the Axis had secured French Morocco, Algeir, Tunis, Corsica. Szálasi try to find the reasoning behind this omission. He concludes that the Axis wanted to give up Africa and only continued fighting there to gain time, maybe even to the end of the war depending how events unfold. Meanwhile they would force the English convoys to sail around Africa. However leaving Northern Africa would be temporary anyway since the fate of the war is decided on Europe's East and West. So in this sense - he says - this wasn't an omission, but forethought.
The fate of the second front depended on the diplomatic relations between England and the Soviet Union. Churchill expected the Reich and the SU tiring out in their struggle, so he could enter the scene and just poke a dagger into their heart after they did most of the job on each other. 1. Szálasi suspects that at the beginning of the Barbarossa England offered a second front, but Stalin might have thought they can win alone and gain whole Europe, so he refused. 2. Then by 1941 winter the Soviet started to fear the end, so begged for the second front. But this time England wasn't that hasty, and while promised it, they preferred to wait for them tiring out. 3. Third phase of this question started with the Caucasian front opening up. The SU threatened England - it isn't clear with what -, and this gave birth to the first attempt at Dieppe. Then in return after the findings of Katyn came to daylight England blackmailed the SU acknowledging the the bombing campaign as the second front. 4. But since the bombings did not eased the situation of the Soviet, she continued demanding that front again and again. This fourth stage went on until the invasion of Sicily. 5. Then came the Anglo plan to knock Italy out of the war, separate it from Germany. This phase went on till the Tehran Conference. 6. The Italian failure of the Anglos made the Soviet reject this as a second front. Things stood here at the time when Szálasi wrote this book. He notes that Anglos and their continental fanboys called this Italian offensive an invasion, the new world order calls it retaliation. He gloats a little by pointing it out that it was actually the Soviet '42-43 winter and '43 summer campaigns that made possible both the North-African, and the South Italian landings, therefore the whole thing was a vain attempt. Why the attempts failed? He sees the reason in the division of the German forces in a way, that whatever the Anglo-Saxons do, their campaigns can't have influence on the Eastern theater, its forces and Strategic Plans.
This concludes the Western Front. Gonna continue with the South.
Southern Theater When we read into this chapter we're gettin a description of this Theater first - which I missed in the case of the Western -, and it's possible military usage. The definition is many layered: geographical, cultural, and historical (the latter two often inseparable). It is the clashing zone of the cultures of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Here encountered Greek-Europe and Persian-Asia, Roman-Europe and Semite-Punnic-Africa, Gothic-Europe and Semite-Moorish-Africa, Frankish-Europe and Semite-Moorish-Africa, Christian-Europe and Islamic-Turanic-Asia. In the struggles between the last two this region was annexed into the lebensraum of Europe, and after the exploration of America has ended, it got back it's old importance.
Geographically the region where the three continents meet and connect to each other, from the line of Nantes - Lyon - Alps - Sava - Lower Danube, to the rock and sand desert of the Sahara. It can be divided into three parts: 1. The three peninsulas of Southern Europe (Iberia, Italia, Balkans) Each means a separate front in itself, sharply separated from the body of Europe with mountains and rivers. There is no hinterland behind them for an attacker - just the seas and the resource thin Africa -, forces, war materials have to be transported from afar, nowhere to retreat, and if the separate fronts are established, they can't help out each other easily. While a defender will have Europe's resource rich areas behind them, short distances, and the central position means they can regroup and rebalance forces easily. Decisive action can be taken in the area of the Garonne or Ebro, the Po, and the Danube. 2. the Mediterranean sea itself with its islands and archipelagos The shortest sea lane between the Atlantic and the Indian ocean for European powers. Three key areas are Gibraltar, Suez, and the narrow waters at Sicily and Tunis. 3. the shores of Northern Africa A land bridge between the Atlantic and the Indian ocean. Its more developed pair runs in parallel south of the Sahara (I assume through the French colonies of Sahel to Djibouti), but that is outside of the European Strategic Space.
>>43527 Stresemann and Hitler were thinking on economic terms, from that angle America's rise was easier to see.
His very optimistic interpretation of 1943 got me thinking. We have hindsight and interpret each of those battlefield defeats in light of Germany's final defeat, but from different angles it's not as bad. Szálasi is writing with limited information and only looking at the whole war up until that point. If an even smaller time frame is observed and with less context, the limitations of each Soviet victory become more visible. And if Soviet high command ambitions are considered, then it can be seen that with each offensive they only achieved part of what they sought. Thing is, they kept getting those partial victories all the way to Berlin, and the arms race was always against the Germans.
>>43304 Yes. GIMP. I think I'll stick to the third hat variation (col-hat4, the first one is the hatless ball), on the previous ones the brown spots are too small. Although the rim still sucks on the third one.
I saw some Mexican asking for gulyás recipe on Kohl and because I don't really want to start posting there beside the World Cup I decided to reupload the gulyás cooking as the other thread is "File not found" as well. So here's with original text.
Cooking with Bernd: gulyás
I was planning to post a good gulyás cooking since day one but somehow the occasion eluded me until now. I know a Hungarobernd did this on KC main but it was regular "cooking in the kitchen" type of thread and not "over open fire in bogrács" (traditional Hungarian pot). I couldn't do this live for technical reasons but it will be fine this way too.
Pic #1 Ingredients: meat (little bit over half a kilo, it's pork, not beef), taters (by volume I used about the double of the meat dunno their weight), onions, tomato, paprikas, black pepper in the mill, dried ground paprika in the jar with the red lid, salt in the middle, and the white wax paper on the right covers the salo (fatback). You can also see my Mora for cutting needs and a bearly visible peace from a wooden spoon behind the meat and the potato, the masterpiece of my carving art, used for stir the food in the bogrács. The taters are leftovers from winter, wizened but fine for our purpose. Some of the onions and the paprikas are also leftovers I utilized.
Pic #2 The initial setup. Two quarter logs at the sides and a nest in the middle for the fire itself also aligned toward the usual main direction of the wind. The rocks are there for a little draft control. Tripod to hang the bogrács.
Pic #3 Lighted a handful of dry grass, placed in the middle of the nest, then a large handful of dry twigs above, and sticks across the log above all. As these sticks burn in the middle they broke after a while and fall into the nest. The heat from the nest lights up the inside faces of the logs. The heat is very concentrated toward the nest. The cooking is going above the nest, and it really doesn't need much flames. The smoldering logs pumping up lotsa heat, only some sticks are needed to be placed inside the nest time to times. Also when a log burns through, a new can be placed there. I had several prepared.
Erdogan has met Putin and ironed out the partition of northeastern Syria. He gets to keep everything he conquered and the rest stays with Assad. YPG retreats from a 30km strip along the border, leaving the bulk of Kurdish-populated areas. Russo-Turkish patrols guard the safe zone. The deal shows two things: By inviting Assad the SDF have completely relinquished their sovereignty. This was why they were so relutanct to receive aid during Olive Branch. As long as Erdogan maintains good relations with Assad and Putin, YPG will no longer bother him. If, however, relations sour then he can even expect a repeat of the 90s, when Hafez sheltered Ocalan and allowed PKK to use Syria as its base of operations. The deal was discussed with Putin, not Assad. It's also clear who calls the shots.
For locals conquered by Peace Spring, the problem is not Turkey itself but its Syrian rebel puppets, who are thugs and mistreat the population, as has already been the case in Afrin. For the war as a whole, peace is now closer. Once Idlib is sorted out, a simple deal with Turkey can grant Assad the whole country except for al-Tanf.
>Black Sheep Plot In 1973 the Chadian Army Chief of Staff was accused of the preparation of a coup against President Tombalbaye. One of the charges was that the conspirators ritualistically buried a black sheep in order to influence the outcome of an event, and this event would have been the overthrow of every Chadian's beloved President. Why animal sacrifices aren't listed in Luttwak's book as parts of coups?
>>43257 >Jolani and HTS I guess for the coming peace, they want to look more "civil" for taking over civilian governing tasks in Idlib. That area will probably preserve it's "not really Syria anymore" designation and they are the local holders of power. But I really don't know what's gonna happen, or where the peace talks stand.
Still reading that book about Chad on the side. For me it seems the conflicts in Africa just partially tribal, or motivated by religion. It's liek the Urpian colonists created these artificial entities, the countries, states in Africa, as the avatars of power, and the strongmen of the African countries battling against each other to gain that power (and then to be cast down by another rival). In Chad only in the beginning the civil war had some tribal coloring, showing the division between north and south, but after Tombolbaye, it's northern strongmen who competes against each other with their personal - partially ex-guerilla, partially mercenary, partially state - armies, with the help of external powers, like was Libya and the always present France.
I thought it would be widespread. When you go to a shop or any kind of place now really there will be a QR code out the front and you have to scan that and it goes to some government database. So that if an outbreak of Covid were to occur the government could trace everybody who could have been in contact with the people that have had it or who went to stores that they went too.
>>43646 And people are gonna queueueueue to scan that shit with their phone? What a waste of time. Why not just follow their fukin GPS? People are incapable of leaving their personal wiretap at home. >could trace everybody who could have been in contact with the people This is useless too. "Contact research."
I only know about the vaccinated ID QR code stuff. Peeps can scan it with their phone and feel very protected and such.
But now with the Science (tm), not like in ancient past.
>>43646 >When you go to a shop or any kind of place now really there will be a QR code out the front and you have to scan that and it goes to some government database.
Do they check that you have scanned this code in realtime? Otherwise you may just pretend to use phone to scan, and do nothing.
We've had this system though, but optional, and no one scanned these codes.
Although in Moscow there were QR-code passes for going out by transport at Summer 2020 - two passes for person in one week if you have no special reason like lockdown-excluded work. Starting point and destination was required to get pass, although there were no system that checks your route properly. But cameras on roads were used to track and automatically fine offenders without passes, and people were checked in metro or buses. Fines were pretty large.
Jak zrobisz to przez Tor, służbom trudno będzie cię złapać.
Ale twierdzenia Adama Haertle że "nikt nie monitoruje" itd. są fałszywe. Służby ruch monitorują przy pomocy zobowiązanych do tego operatorów i szybko zatrzymują ludzi którzy się nie ukrywają w internecie.
>>23761 >Służby ruch monitorują przy pomocy zobowiązanych do tego operatorów i szybko zatrzymują ludzi którzy się nie ukrywają w internecie. jeżeli służby mają adres IP i dokładną sekundę, są w stanie ustalić dane użytkownika, który nie był za NAT jeżeli służby mają adres IP, port i dokładną sekundę, są w stanie ustalić dane użytkownika, który był za za NAT jeżeli służby mają mniej albo chcę ustalić coś innego, muszą wysyłać prośbę, pracownik operatora będzie sprawdzać czy cokolwiek da się zrobić
>jeżeli służby mają mniej albo chcę ustalić coś innego, muszą wysyłać prośbę, pracownik operatora będzie sprawdzać czy cokolwiek da się zrobić
Na podstawie ustawy antyterrorystycznej mają prawo do uzyskiwania metadanych ruchu internetowego od ISP bezpośrednim łączem, w sposób zautomatyzowany, kilkoma kliknięciami. Wystarczy że podpiszą porozumienie z danem operatorem.
Poza tym niektórzy ICP udostępniają dane z pominięciem ISP.
>>23765 >Na podstawie ustawy antyterrorystycznej mają prawo do uzyskiwania metadanych ruchu internetowego od ISP bezpośrednim łączem, w sposób zautomatyzowany, kilkoma kliknięciami. Wystarczy że podpiszą porozumienie z danem operatorem. no dokładnie, jak mają gościa to mogą mu zrobić kontrolę operacyjną a teraz przedstawisz jakiekolwiek przesłanki że istnieje monitorowanie ruchu do sieci Tor?
>Poza tym niektórzy ICP udostępniają dane z pominięciem ISP. no przecież tam jest napisane że port i dokładną sekundę ma tylko ICP i najpierw pies musi napisać do ICP a dopiero z tymi danymi do ISP
I just realised something... something spooky as fuck.
You know how sumo is derived from some ancient rituals? How it was performed in shrines, to appease the kami, to ensure prosperity? It was only later professionalised, and is now performed on a national level by salaried wrestlers, but there are still many religious elements, from how the ring is consecrated by a priest before each tournament, yokozuna entering the ring with that big white rope around his belt, to wrestlers actually throwing salt into the ring before each bout as a means of consecration. It is a deeply religious ritual, somehow performed to appease the kami for the entire nation of Japan. Kinda like how the ancient Olympic Games were performed on temple grounds, and were a form of vitalist worship of Greek gods.
You know when's the last time sumo wasn't performed as scheduled? March 2011. The March of the earthquake and tsunami that rekt Japan. But guess what? The tournament was cancelled a month before. Because of some match-fixing scandal. Yep, that's right. And the earthquake happened 2 days before the tournament was scheduled.
The earthquake happened because the sumo ritual wasn't performed. Because the kami weren't appeased. They were pissed and caused the earthquake as a warning.
>>43616 Paying a bit more mind to the Ozekis. Asanoyama seems disciplined, but Terunofuji might be the most talented - or at least the cart runs for him the best now. I don't have much opinion on Shodai yet. Takakeisho is stable, but doesn't have much "imagination". >Would be the best way to hand over the torch imo I concur. >Enho is fucked, elbow and then ankle... Yeah, and this basho they throw him about like a kid. I suspect he still participates because he might score a victory somewhere while sitting out would mean automatic loss, and probably he can't afford that. On the other hand he risks more serious injury. >I can show up tomorrow, will have time Good. Did we start it at 6pm last time? I think it would be ok about that.
>>43617 Reminds me I still have to much the vid about how much they make: >>43528
First thing first: That dude of the Primitive Technology channel and all his copycats have a great advantage: access to unlimited supply of bamboo. Unlimited to their objectives. That stuff is great, tuff as shit, light as feather, can be used to many purpose with little modification and not too much work.
I also read most of this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation#Responsibility_and_accountability I think technology and it's use are running forward and lawmakers lag behind. Those who spent any time in the past two decades on the internet have a giant heap of data about them. I think Bernd posted a video about a security eggsbert, I think he works kind of a private investigator many time cooperating with officials and he said in that video anonymizing data worth nothing it can be de-anonymized with ease, and both companies and govt agencies do. Now this law was passed at 2016. This year the EU countries have to start implementing it. Who knows how long it takes until it finishes. The whole stuff is kinda vague (it can be modified when necessary tho), and I don't know for example how the EU can force a foreign company to do whatever? There are sanctions but what jurisdiction the EU has over a US based firm for example Facebook and how the EU will force the sanctions onto for example said company?
>>43189 >if no gatekeepers prevents forming pressure groups within, then one will form and claim the freedom to themselves and take
Sadly, it is not only some group who tries to take control. Most of coders in community are on "same side", i.e. with full support of all this LGBTBLMWTF thing. They may be smart and non-conflict people personally, but groupthink still exist.
Radicals are viewed by them as "our guys, just too radical, but supporting our good cause". With that logic, it is very hard to oppose these invasive CoCs, wording witchhunts, censorship etc, from inside the community. Who would oppose idea of diversity, if diversity is a piety of modern age? And who would oppose pro-diversity statements, even if they are clearly divisive? Society, especially western, are overly morally-conformist, and going against radical "diversity" and "inclusion" also includes being some kind of outcast.
This is one reason why FSF and RMS especially vulnerable - they also are leftists, and they can't just say "oh fuck off we don't care". Although some brave people exist, like Leah Rowe (that trans who hated FSF some time ago) - s(he) supported Stallman, even being completely "wrong" person for that: https://libreboot.org/news/rms.html
>>43199 >Speaking of which. What's the story behind that large Russian support?
Russian-speaking (not only Russian, but from all post-USSR) open source community mostly consisted from old-style GNU lovers (and, surprisingly, BSD too), and rarely intersect with local SJW community (it exists). RMS/FSF/GNU look positively for both "patriotic" and pro-Western people, from commies to liberals and libertarians. So, few news on popular OSS community sites (opennet.ru, linux.org.ru etc) amassed large amount of concerned viewers, who created and spread support letter.
I think we run out of space threads, so gonna post this here. Hungary is actively participating in space exploration (and future exploitation). A Hungarian space project is done by these guys: https://pulispace.com/ (in English) I'm not sure we have more such groups. Their name and the logo was inspired by one of our ancient dog breeds, the puli. They are cool dogs who can rotate their hair achieving levitation.
We also have one such project: http://www.space.si/en/ They currently have a surveillance satellite up (NEMO-HD) that operates with a direct video link and can take high resolution photos in five bands: monochrome, blue, green, red, and near-IR.
We also have an organisation that runs a space museum named after the guy who first sketched the now common but never constructed (but featuring prominently in science fiction) concept for a space station with artificial gravity – a rotating wheel – Noordung (real name: Herman Potočnik) https://www.center-noordung.si/en/home-page/ Looks like a fun place to take your space-crazy kids to.
>>43636 They're private, they only released a couple photos (I'm not aware if there was any later publication, this is just the first one) and a video. Given the nature of the satellite there's probably "privacy concerns".
jestem w chuj samotny, nigdy nie miałem lochy a znajomych straciłem jeszcze w techbazie. ostatnio wypiłem i poszedłem do parku żeby jakoś sobie poprawić humor. widziałem tam wszędzie szczęśliwe pary, grupki znajomych i młode julki a ja całe życie sam co mnie jeszcze dobiło. coraz gorzej radzę sobie z tą rzeczywistością. nk co mam robić?
>>23709 >czego? nie wiem, że coś źle zrobię nawet nieświadomie i mnie namierzą
>przecież pisałem że poza polską. czemu słaby pomysł? a tam nie kontrolują? czy kontrolują ale pewnie polska nie ma dostępu
>to są bardziej zaawansowane rzeczy? te z serwerem i bramkami, ja chcę narazie porobić z blikiem. już teraz bardzo dużo się dowiedziałem aż mnie oczy pieką od tego czytania
>nawet nie mieli sytuacji w której dysk był zaszyfrowany myślałem że ja jestem głupi. jakbym się brał za takie rzeczy to starałbym się dopiąć wszystko na ostatni guzik
>nie da rady udowodnić oszustwa więc złapani są oskarżani o pranie brudnych pieniędzy to chyba gorzej, ale napisałeś że oskarżani a nie skazywani. wiadomo jak takie sprawy się kończą?
z tego co przeczytałem to mogą dojść do tego że pieniądze pochodzą z kantoru z wymiany z monero i jak nic nie powiem to ciekawe jakby to się skończyło. ale też podejrzane że ktoś nagle sobie wypłaca kilkanaście tysięcy co jakiś czas
>>23720 >a tam nie kontrolują? czy kontrolują ale pewnie polska nie ma dostępu nie ma kamer z biometrią, w wielu można od razu kupić/sprzedać monero http://xmrguide42y34onq.onion/atms (to niekoniecznie jest dobre, ale pokazuje że operatorom nie zależy tak bardzo na kontrolowaniu śladu pieniędzy) a w polsce kazali wszędzie wycofać monero i konfidenci wycofali
>te z serwerem i bramkami, ja chcę narazie porobić z blikiem dobry wybór
>to chyba gorzej, ale napisałeś że oskarżani a nie skazywani. wiadomo jak takie sprawy się kończą? po kilku miesiącach wypuszczają z aresztu, np. Azatej już wyszedł a potem zawiasy, nawet w głośnej sprawie Kyberów z Torepublic skończyło się na zawiasach
>z tego co przeczytałem to mogą dojść do tego że pieniądze pochodzą z kantoru z wymiany z monero i jak nic nie powiem to ciekawe jakby to się skończyło na pewno lepiej niż u tych siciliantelegramów którzy uzywali bitcoin i nic nie prali
>>23697 >nie umiesz korzystać z baz danych? ja chyba nie umiem, próbowałem ręcznie i nic z tego. wklejałem też hasze haseł i niektóre wyskakiwały złamane ale one też nie pasują
myślałem nad skorzystaniem z jakiegoś narzędzia do credential stuffingu ale nie wiem czy też będę umiał
>Latem piękno, dobro Kilka lat temu, po inwazji Rosji na Krym na jednym małym forum zastanawialiśmy się jak najskuteczniej można by zdemaskować takie zielone ludziki gdyby pojawiły się one w Polsce. Doszliśmy do wniosku że najlepszą metodą weryfikacji będzie poprosić o dokończenie kultowego tekstu, którego osoba nie wychowana w tym kraju po prostu nie będzie znała. i właśnie oblałeś ten test
>>23752 >którego osoba nie wychowana w tym kraju po prostu nie będzie znała. chyba którego nie będzie znał każdy oprócz boomera z warszawy, pamiętaj że średnia wieku tutaj to 15 lat wliczając w to ciebie
>>23752 >Kilka lat temu, po inwazji Rosji na Krym na jednym małym forum zastanawialiśmy się jak najskuteczniej można by zdemaskować takie zielone ludziki gdyby pojawiły się one w Polsce. Doszliśmy do wniosku że najlepszą metodą weryfikacji będzie poprosić o dokończenie kultowego tekstu, którego osoba nie wychowana w tym kraju po prostu nie będzie znała. i właśnie oblałeś ten test Kiedy zielone ludziki pojawią się w Polsce, zrobię dzieło sztuki z ich zwłok.
>>23753 >chyba którego nie będzie znał każdy oprócz boomera z warszawy, pamiętaj że średnia wieku tutaj to 15 lat wliczając w to ciebie a na twitterze coś innego pisałeś, Vegeta:
to swiat nieudolnej wladzy i policjantow ktorzy wygladaja tam jak frodo ktory zgubil drogo do mordoru przy okazji rozgrywajacy jakies swoje bole egzystencjonalne, nie zwrociles uwagi, ze tamtejsi "nastolatkowie" swietnie pamietaja wydarzenia z polityki sprzed kilku lat? xDDDD https://nitter.cc/Vegeta_Ssj_PL/status/1329021140770181121#m
Wiecie, że ten "bezpieczny" i polecany przez JułTuberów VPN o nazwie NordVPN nie działa bez dostępu do serwerów... Google Analytics? ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
AdGuard to popularna (szczególnie na iOS oraz macOS) aplikacja (ale również serwer DNS) do blokowania reklam, trackerów i ochrony prywatności. Aplikacja ta blokuje m.in. Google Analytics. Część użytkowników, którzy z niej korzystają, a także używają NordVPN, zauważyli, że VPN nie działa, kiedy AdGuard blokuje usługę Google.
Cytując twórców aplikacji: Kto by pomyślał, że Google Analytics może mieć tak krytyczne znaczenie dla funkcjonowania VPN! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ﾉ⌐■-■