Tuesday, September 20, 2022 Post 160 words 1 min read
A penetration test, colloquially known as a pen test or ethical hacking, is an authorized simulated cyber-attack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system. The test is performed to identify weaknesses (also referred to as vulnerabilities), including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system’s features and data, as well as strengths, enabling a full risk assessment to be completed.
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Tuesday, September 13, 2022 Post 343 words 2 mins read
Five short stories in five short movies. Enjoy.
IN-SHADOW - A Modern Odyssey, by Lubomir Arsov
The Ultimate Synthesis of our entire dystopia (and our only way out)
Nothing missing, nothing left. Pure art without a word said. A perfect ride across hell, not by means of imaginative storytelling, but by precisely displaying our current reality for what it is. Also the path to liberation, the only possible revolution left available. Astonishing piece of work.
Saturday, August 27, 2022 Post 422 words 2 mins read
OUR STORY BEGAN IN 1969, with the founding of Datacard Corporation and the advent of secure, high-speed payment and identity card printers. Since then, we acquired other powerful brands, developed new technologies, and extended our global footprint. That’s why we took a fresh look at what we do, how we do it, and what we stand for. We wanted our brand to convey our boldness, innovation, and quality, and strengthen our position as a world leader in our industries.
This led us to the decision to become Entrust, a name that signifies responsibility, commitment, and trust. Above all, Entrust perfectly embodies our vision of SECURING A WORLD IN MOTION.
So, LockBit began leaking Entrust’s data, first by sharing screenshots of some of the data and then the actual data. Magnet link and info is mirrored into my data leaks page.
Sunday, August 21, 2022 Post 603 words 3 mins read
It is my belief that the Age of Discovery and Colonization was the worst mistake in human history. In a perfect world, walls dividing each civilization from each other would have been erected and everyone would have proceeded on their independent path, forever.
Instead, every civilization was destroyed. Every last one. Native American and Australian Aboriginal civilizations were practically erased from the Earth. East Asian civilization destroyed itself in reaction to Western philosophical ideas like Marxism and imperialism. African civilizations were strangled and the continent became a ruin, with much of it remaining in that state today. Indian civilization was looted and rebuilt in a Western image. Much of Africa and the Americas faced the same fate.
And this Western civilization was similarly destroyed. Look at the rich tapestry that was Europe in 1491. Look at the smoldering remains of a culture which exists there now. Everything is in ruins. It is a culture which was used as the embryo for capitalism, the parasite which destroyed it and through it, Asia and Africa and the Americas.
The question we must ask now is: How can we rebuild what was lost? How will we turn back the time?
Wednesday, August 17, 2022 Post 385 words 2 mins read
Every person ends up being a sell-out midwit in the end, nobody is actually committed to anything in this dying world. Commitment doesn’t exist as a modality anymore, we have regressed to an animal existence. The most “extreme” and “ascetic” people are just in it for the self-image, a form of narcissistic self-consumption and self-idolatry only superficially predicated on a rejection of bourgeois consumption and idolatry. Everybody sucks, everybody settles. This is the Age of Cattle (or the Age of Corporations) and it will be succeeded by an Age of Cockroaches. All the battles are lost (or at least seem that way).
You could draw a chemical diagram of the compositional and combinatorial possibilities of the entire age on a single piece of paper, and mathematically prove the impossibility of change. The mass is a dispersed gas of single atoms. Anything pressurized enough to be interesting, under local and anomalous conditions bound to disperse eventually in turn, is ipso facto too isolated to be interesting. Isolation leads to rarefication, idiosyncrasy, an effective atomism, mirroring the atomism of the mass. There is no way to act upon the mass, and no point in joining with the localized blobs of merely fitful energy, welling up into little pointless sparks and fizzling out again.