Things have been quiet around the ol’ raincoaster blog lately, mostly because I tried to update Ubuntu like a good little open sourcer and the feculent motherfucker has now stuck my computer in an endless reboot cycle, thanks SO much. Dear Hive Mind: watch your back.
In any case, this is a good time to get back online, even with an outdated, borrowed computer that I can play X’s and O’s on just by writing in the dust of the lid. Because while I was doing nothing much at all but whining at the computer and seeking out home remedies for my (unending) toothache, people in Montreal, Chicago, and Frankfurt were real busy.
I think this guy got his uniforms mixed up. He should be a hit at NATO duty, when he wears the Guy Fawkes mask with the dress uniform. Black Bloc Boy is giving him total side-eye.
That caption? Not real Spanish, y’all.
This one is almost certainly British, because David Cameron simply doesn’t register outside of the UK. I can see one Anonymous flag, but can’t make out anything else except much nicer architecture than we have in Vangroover.
And, finally, Anonymous has re-posted its guide to secure browsing. The typos are glaring, but the advice is good, and you do not have to actually understand the instructions to follow the instructions. Like a lot of technical things, it makes more sense the more you use it. I mean, you don’t really know how your car engine works, do you? But you can drive, right?
Table of Contents:
- Obtaining Tor Browser
- Using and Testing Tor Browser for the first time
- Securing Your Hard Drive
- Setting up TrueCrypt, Encrypted Hidden Volumes
- Testing TrueCrypt Volumes
- Securing your Hard Disk
- Temporarily Securing Your Disk, Shredding Free Space
- Installing VirtualBox
- Installing a Firewall
- Firewall Configuration
- Installing Ubuntu
- Ubuntu Initial Setup
- Installing Guest Additions
- Installing IRC (Optional)
- Installing Torchat (Optional)
- Creating TOR-Only Internet Environment
- General Daily Usage
Since I’m starting from scratch anyway (reminder to self, do not trust Ubuntu One, those are the assholes who fucked up self’s computer in the first place, back up to USB, then give to Cthulhu for safekeeping) and it’s a stat holiday tomorrow in Canuckistan (surprise, American bosses!) I might as well work my way through this list and report back. Although if it works, how will you ever know it’s me? EH? I ask yez.