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General discussion / Re: Galaxy S5 tiny storage
« on: October 21, 2014, 06:22:45 am »
You should get a LG G2 like me. Its got the best known processing power and 2GB RAM, snapdragon with a full screen and HD camera on both sides. The G3 is not too much better for what its worth, but it does have better video, so I guess you'd be paying like a bit more for graphics that aren't really that much better to begin with. Its got a 25GB - 32GB SD out of the box. Just another option. Plus mine came with 3 months of free Spotify. Which I can argue is better than keeping music on your device.
That definitely sounds rather nice. I'll look into it.

General discussion / Galaxy S5 tiny storage
« on: October 21, 2014, 03:11:12 am »
So I am getting a new phone soon. I was planning on getting a Galaxy S5, but I read somewhere that they have terrible storage space due to the size of the ROM. Apparently if you get a 16gb, you'll only end up with around 8 or 9GB of space. I'm hoping to get a phone that I can also put all my music on, because I currently use some Zune garbage and that literally requires me to have an entire VM with usb capabilities just so I can load music onto it, because I don't have a Windows computer.

So, anyone have recommendations on Droids to get with plenty of space? Or, am I even correct? I've never owned a smartphone before so I don't know what I 'm doing.

Stay classy San Diego.

News and Announcements / Re: IRC Fun, The CTF
« on: October 20, 2014, 04:15:47 am »
I'm waiting to hear back from Phage, but simce I'm staff, as well as #underground I would like to be kept in the loop about this as well :D

Hacking and Security / Re: IPtables DNS problems
« on: October 15, 2014, 02:52:00 am »
I do have the router do the routing actually. I currently don't have this problem, this got necro'd by the above poster, but I am ok with it because he had a legitimate question about the topic for knowledge and learning purposes.

Thanks, I'll be getting the rest of the stuff I need to finish setting up everything. Finally...

Hacking and Security / Re: IPtables DNS problems
« on: October 14, 2014, 05:36:43 am »
I can't quite remember, but I believe it had less to do with the firewall rules and more to do with the fact that I had one laptop acting as a gateway for quite a few VMs and there was latency.

Beginner's Corner / Re: What Kind Scripting Language You Use Frequently?
« on: October 11, 2014, 08:46:21 am »
Oh please, don't mind me  ;D

Python is a fine language and all that.

Creative Arts / Re: The Music Thread
« on: October 08, 2014, 01:23:23 am »
A Tribe Called Red - Electric Pow Wow Drum

Blacken the Cursed Sun - Lamb of God

Songs are not at all similar

Beginner's Corner / Re: What Kind Scripting Language You Use Frequently?
« on: October 07, 2014, 09:20:51 pm »
I voted python because it's the one ill use first. But they all have uses. Except Ruby.

(Just kidding don't ban me lucid!)
I'll let it slide.... this time  8)

I obviously said Ruby because fuck bitches get money. Oh and Python is for retarded monkeys  ;D

Scripting Languages / Re: 4chan image download in Ruby
« on: October 07, 2014, 09:00:00 pm »
I'll consider it. For some reason, everytime I check out optparse examples I can't figure out how to fit it into my code specifically. I get pretty heavy on command-line arguments.

Scripting Languages / Re: 4chan image download in Ruby
« on: October 07, 2014, 06:09:45 pm »
Nice. I've never really seen Trollop used before. I always take care of the args parsing manually, without a library, but it gets a little difficult since my args parsing can get pretty involved. Multiple hosts/files multiple options, optional arguments, etc..

Perhaps I should just use optparse or something. Anyway, looks good.

So you figured you just HAD to post a tutorial while you were on the go? This is not even a tutorial, it is terribly formatted, and it most likely has bad information. You can't just post whatever shit you want because you are trying to contribute. That actually looks worse then not contributing. Also, if you are not particularly knowledgable on a subject, or the subject is of no real value to the forum, you shouldn't post. It makes the forum look bad and it makes other new people who are trying to learn confused with misinformation.

Don't post until you have something worthwhile, and that you actually know about.

Scripting Languages / Re: Ruby link shortener
« on: October 06, 2014, 10:57:42 pm »
Nice to see someone else using Ruby ;D

I've never used sinatra or data_mapper but it looks useful.

Hardware / Re: What do you think about this notebook?
« on: October 05, 2014, 01:25:21 am »
Blah blah unimportant specs blah blah
Sure the RAM looks nice but, I doubt you'll use 8gb of RAM on a laptop. One of my laptops is an 8GB, but I never even used half of it until I turned it into a server and started running like 5 VMs on it.  So, while it's nice, I wouldn't let that be the thing that makes you buy it. Also, you missed the absolute most important part. What is the wifi chipset? Does it have good linux compatibility?

In other words: Is it Broadcom or Realtek? If so, wipe any thoughts of that laptop out of your head and start looking for a new one.

Hacking and Security / Re: Encrypting notepad file with Passwords
« on: October 05, 2014, 01:00:52 am »
There's about a million ways to do this. If you want something really simple(and not that secure) you can google "password protecting a folder" and you will find all sorts of batch scripts and such to achieve that. If you want something still simple, but a little more heavy duty, you can use truecrypt(if you trust it).

Otherwise if you are using linux you should look up cryptoloop, EcryptFS, EncFS, and so forth. There's countless options.

EDIT: If all you are trying to do is safely store passwords, then I recommend KeepassX. Look it up.

.NET Framework / Re: Open Source UD(1/52) Simple PHP Keylogger
« on: October 05, 2014, 12:57:25 am »
Dear thread maker,

We are on, the biggest hacking community.

If you don't use an extremely outdated programming language and use Linux, you are not cool.

Let me move on to another topic, which I know nothing about, but will act like I do.

Sincerely, everyone at Evilzone.

PS. Go to CodeProject if you want some positive critiques.
Dear thread necro'er,

Congratulations! You've successfully just executed an extreme thread necro on a 6 month old post that no one cares about! Now, if you are all done shit-posting and being condescending and pretentious, please move along to some other thread. Thank you.


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