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    Quote Originally Posted by Codec View Post
    https://s7.postimg.org/lddy39gbf/1480221635304.jpg

    Do you guys know anything about this tracker? I read on 4chan that it's a music tracker.

    As far as i am aware, its an elitist tracker that was started mostly for elites and above of Whatcd. Plus various staff members of course. Just dont mind. Mostly elitist crap tbqh. Unless it goes mainstream. Name is kinda catchy though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by latres View Post
    As far as i am aware, its an elitist tracker that was started mostly for elites and above of Whatcd. Plus various staff members of course. Just dont mind. Mostly elitist crap tbqh.
    Basically, a 2017 version of Wherefore.me, then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Basically, a 2017 version of Wherefore.me, then.
    *with ''elite'' members, i meant probably torrent masters and above. I still like the name though and prefer it to (P)asstheheadphones
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    "Decibel" evokes things like signal strength, Tx power and antenna gain for me
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    Hi there to the members on this thread,
    I've a PB account banned due to IP change. screenshot-2017-07-08-12-44-32.png I'm pretty sure to always check my IP address before surfing the web. There is a chance I must of used a different IP when logging in. I tried verifying it with my email account but to no success. The administration team still thinks I'm sharing my account.

    Any help will be appreciated to recover my account!
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    If the unlock process doesn't work and staff refuse to help, it sounds like you're out of luck (consider the possibility the latter problem may be the cause of the former).

    On a sidenote, I've never heard of PB.net before. What kind of place is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    If the unlock process doesn't work and staff refuse to help, it sounds like you're out of luck (consider the possibility the latter problem may be the cause of the former).

    On a sidenote, I've never heard of PB.net before. What kind of place is it?
    The site's name is pornbits.net and as the name suggests it deals with porn and is a invite only tracker. Thank you for your reply it seems I will have to buy a new account from them!
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    anon - Can you upload your updated opera profile?
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    I had to build it for private use, as the Opera in my desktop computer is pretty outdated. So it's coming next week at most.

    In the meantime, I no longer consider previous versions of the profile secure, so please delete them if you still have them.
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    Okies, here it is. Changes since the last time (that I remember):
    • The "profile" is a full-fledged portable browser now (64-bit Windows only; ask if you need an x86 version).
    • Got rid of a few settings meant to reduce load on 2004-era hardware. Browsing should feel much faster now.
    • The certificate store is preloaded with Let's Encrypt and a few root CAs that are necessary to browse the Web nowadays, but weren't included by default.
    • TLS cipher suites that are known to be insecure and/or don't provide forward secrecy are disabled.
    • The false warning about how "the server tried to apply security measures, but failed" should be fixed.
    • The list of keyboard shortcuts has been trimmed to keep them to a minimum (I'd been meaning to do this since 2010!).
    • opera.dll has the following binary patches applied: Remove real hostname from MHTML Content-ID, Disable tab stacking, Refresh UserAgent for Mask as IE, Refresh UserAgent for Mask as Firefox, Remove Win64/WoW64 from Opera User-Agent.
    • The latest public_domains.dat (publix suffix list) as of July 24th, 2017 is included (but I haven't done enough research to know if it's used at all).
    • Settings in operaprefs.ini are now sorted alphabetically.


    Note: this is not a general-purpose browser. It trades functionality for security and speed. Most sites won't work at all out of the box, since JavaScript and cookies are disabled. You'll need to add exceptions for whatever you want to visit. Plugins can be supported but are discouraged. Extensions are unsupported as most of them are useless anyway.
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    An addendum.

    Most, if not all browser features that "phone home" in the background are turned off or disabled, but you can add this to your hosts file if you want to be sure.

    Code:
    # Opera
    0.0.0.0 sitecheck0.opera.com sitecheck1.opera.com sitecheck2.opera.com sitecheck3.opera.com sitecheck4.opera.com sitecheck5.opera.com sitecheck6.opera.com sitecheck7.opera.com sitecheck8.opera.com sitecheck9.opera.com addons.opera.com auth.opera.com auth-test.opera.com autoupdate.geo.opera.com autoupdate.opera.com bugs.opera.com certs.opera.com crash.opera.com extension-updates.opera.com link-server.opera.com
    Also, there are three methods of checking if a security certificate is valid:
    • Online Certificate Status Protocol - asks the authority that signed it if it's still good.
    • Certificate Revocation Lists - asks the authority that signed it for a list of those that are no longer good, then caches it for a few days.
    • CRLSets - smaller revocation lists served by Google that are updated regularly in the background and without restarting the browser.

    As it stands right now, none of them is perfect. OCSP leaks which sites you visit to the certificate authority, unless a positive response happens to be "stapled" by the site you're connecting to in the TLS handshake, but relatively few support OCSP stapling for now. CRLs can grow to be very large, delaying initial connections. Both OCSP and CRL requests are made in plaintext and can be blocked by attackers, and the default behavior on most browsers is to simply ignore that and carry on. CRLSets are only supported by Chrome and their abridged nature has earned them valid criticism (see https://www.grc.com/revocation/crlsets.htm).

    Ideally, all sites would support OCSP stapling, and all clients would refuse to connect to those that don't. Sadly Opera 12.18 cannot be configured for the latter behavior. My profile enables both OCSP and CRL, which are then used in that order, but keep this in mind. Furthermore, Opera comes bundled with few root and intermediate CAs. The browser can contact https://certs.opera.com/ to verify, download and install any new ones it comes across... not in my profile, though, as one of the settings (don't know which) prevents it. That's why I preloaded the most important missing ones.

    For those interested, a mirror of certs.opera.com as of July 25th, 2017 is attached. The actual certificates are in a proprietary XML format, but can be converted to PEM with little difficulty.
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    anon - What should i do with the certs.opera.com.zip? I have extracted the zip file. How do i add it to opera?
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    Quote Originally Posted by H265 View Post
    anon - What should i do with the certs.opera.com.zip? I have extracted the zip file. How do i add it to opera?
    You don't need to do anything with it, the most important certificates are already preinstalled in the profile. I only uploaded it so that if Opera Software shut down certs.opera.com, an unofficial mirror could be made.
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