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anti-decompiler techniques, 20y later.. (16/11/17 20:42:15) Reply
    Funny, these things still interest somebody. (or is it "see, i know assembly AND javascript animations too")
    https://blog.ret2.io/2017/11/16/dangers-of-the-decompiler/
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Hawk over hawk. (16/11/17 21:00:53) Reply
    Selection pressure - like in the biosphere. A change elicits a change in the target which elicits a change in the attacker. Complexity increases all the time.
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Re: Hawk over hawk. (02/12/17 15:10:51) Reply
    yeah, hack after hack :/ happy hacking
    https://shkspr.mobi/blog/2017/11/how-do-you-move-out-of-a-smarthome/
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Tactics and anti-tactics (18/11/17 20:34:37) Reply
    Maybe the times are right for reading up on union busting in some Western countries.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_busting

    Lies for some or other purpose is nothing new.
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Detection avoidance (19/11/17 09:03:19) Reply
    Weak signals against a noisy background of false leads seems like a good idea for staying hidden. Lots of detail seems like a good idea for suggesting truthfulness. But it may all be false.

    In these days of false truths, Merkel's postfactual era - it seems like a good idea to read up on history regarding espionage and propaganda. I think there is something to learn.

    This book could be a place to start. But don't attempt to read it through. Be picky.

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2186646.The_Game_Of_The_Foxes
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Re: Detection avoidance (22/11/17 22:53:50) Reply
    "Weak signals against a noisy background of false leads seems like a good idea for staying hidden"

    When you go to sleep the world as you know it disappears, what you do in your dreams stays there, its a different state of mind, the deep web can be likened to this as well, it exists but it cant be seen or understood

    In these days of false truths, it is important not to loose yourself
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Re: Re: Detection avoidance (28/11/17 08:31:12) Reply
    False truths are nothing new. I think the difference these days is that lies thanks to the internet is easier to find out about. Abraham Lincoln said it: ...fool all the people some of the time ...
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sw = an intended FSM, or, the actual thing.. (24/12/17 20:56:25) Reply
    http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8226852

    Now if a social network is also an IFSM, then...
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Re: sw = an intended FSM, or, the actual thing.. (27/12/17 12:28:03) Reply
    I'm not sure how many percent I understand of that article - it must be single-digit or less. But in a way it is related to a sudden revelation I had yesterday: I reread a passage from Pirsig's Motorcycle. He wrote that an industrial product purchased as parts can be assembled in a large number of ways. He said that there is creativity is at work during the assembly.

    Well - it cannot. It isn't.

    Assembling a kit into a machine is way past the stage of creativity. And if there are layers in the product, then it is essential to do the assembly in the right sequence. If you assemble a computer, it makes no sense to close the box before you have applied the motherboard, CPU, memory modules - or connected the cables.

    I think this passage shows that Pirsig was not really knowing what he was talking about. I also think that I misunderstood him. I saw in him a book trying to reconcile the physical fact-oriented and political-emotional worlds. But in reality - as I see it now - he advocated emotional supremacy. The final stage of this is having Donald Trump as president of the USA.

    In my view (!) there are real physical facts, real physical wrongs and real physical rights. There is no way that rhethorical or political power or strong wills can suspend the physical or chemical or biological laws. Real science sometimes can find loopholes, but that's about it.
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