>>Pale Moon is now building on the new Goanna engine instead of Gecko. Although close relatives in terms of web technology, they are not the same under the hood and any reports of bugs with the layout/rendering engine should be as detailed as possible to allow us to pinpoint the cause of the bugs and fix them
>>You will need to update your language packs
>>The layout parser/renderer has received many updates with this change over...
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Does anyone here still use Android kitkat?
If so, why?
I'm looking to learn c++, and have dabbled using a free app by Solo Learn. But, it doesnt go as in-depth as I would like. Any suggestions on where to go?
Tutorial websites maybe. If this is your first language you might learn one first that holds your hand a bit more. C++ has a tendency to spew cryptic compile errors when you make a minor mistake. Also you'll need a bit more whiskey than that.
I learned mostly from reference sites like cplusplus.com since I already had the basics of programming.
Can you create a HUD in the current age? I want to, not sure if I should even to though because I've never seen it done and don't know where to start
Yes, absolutely. Helicopters and jets have had them for years using half-silvered glass and a projector with a collimator lens.
If you want to make it more portable, you can do it with a small projector and a screen thing like in Dragonball or the Google Glass.
Is this thing technology?
This here is also technology. What are you asking?
>decide to move a bunch of videos out of a folder into a parent directory
>run rsync again
>it deletes and then copies over the files all over again instead of changing the markers to a new location
Why can't Linux do things right? I never had this issue with SyncToy. My disk I/O is going off the charts every time I do this.
No, the question is: Why can't you do things right? rsync will not delete anything unless you pass the option to do so. Why didn't you use mv? Don't blame the OS for your inability to read a manual.
I selected it to delete on the destination hard drive so I can keep things in sync but really that should only apply to files I actually deleted for real (not moved). I don't need extra copies of the same files. It is just doing things a rather cumbersome way. Not efficient at all when you move files around directories.
Code does not have political stances.
If you use or do not use a program because of the politics of the coders behind it, rather than the objective quality and functionality of the program, you are a retard who believes in identity politics.
OK, so I have an interest in cracking passwords. Nothing illegal, I assure you, mostly just a recreational thing. (I have actually helped friends and family on numerous occasions to recover lost photo albums from old computers that they had forgotten the passwords to.)
Now, I have managed to lock myself out of one of my windows computers. I tried using ophcrack with all free tables, but the password was not found. Fortunately for me, just a few days before, I had finished building several rainbow tables for rainbowcrack of various sizes, totaling a bit over 10 Gb worth of tables. I copied the hash detected by ophcrack from the encrypted SAM file into rainbow crack (gui version because the linux version did not work on linux for some reason and windows command line is terrible) and then loaded the tables. of the 6 tables that I had finished, only 2 of them actually worked. These were the 2 smallest, using only default pass length and # of keys. (these were generated with the program winrtgen, NOT with the included command line table generator with rainbow crack, again because of windows command line) on 3 of the other 4 tables that did not work, it gave the message "table length incorrect". On the 4th table, it said that there was no hash algorithm for "lm" or something like that.
After doing some searching, I found absolutely no mention of the "table length incorrect" issue, nor the missing algo.
) what does "table length incorrect" in rainbow crack mean, and how do I fix it?
) since I know the specific hash I am trying to reverse, is there a way that I can try to just brute force that one SPECIFIC hash? I know that the idea is that the algo is MUCH harder to reverse than it is to run in the first place, but it should be possible to do so, right? if so, how do I go about doing this?
Does /g/ use rainbow tables? general pass cracking thread.
pic semi related.
>1) what does "table length incorrect" in rainbow crack mean, and how do I fix it?
It means it is not formatted correct for rainbow crack
>2) since I know the specific hash I am trying to reverse, is there a way that I can try to just brute force that one SPECIFIC hash? I know that the idea is that the algo is MUCH harder to reverse than it is to run in the first place, but it should be possible to do so, right? if so, how do I go about doing this?
well that is what a rainbow table is for so you can just look up the hash and find the password. if you are asking can you do somthing like SHA1 in reverse to create data from the hash then no
just do an NT password reset ffs
Also, do you think there could be a market for an online password recovery service? it would work like this:
1) customer contacts service provider with a hash that they need to find the plaintext for. If they do not know how to do this, the service provider will walk them through the steps to do so.
2. service provider manually inputs the hash into rainbow crack and/or ophcrack and cracks the password using a combination of free tables and home made tables.
3. if the password is found, the service provider contacts customer and tells them that it was found. If the password is not found, service provider contacts customer and informs them that it was not found.
>> up to this point, there has been NO transfer of money.
4. The service provider will now provide the password plaintext if payment is received.
(the only issue with this is that of trust. How does the customer know they will get a plaintext that works before paying money, or how does the service provider know they will be paid if they provide the plaintext first?)
>>> up to this point, there has been NO transfer of money.
>4. The service provider will now provide the password plaintext if payment is received.
Well that really depends on how much computational resources are used. What if it has taken 900 centuries like my password would take to crack? who is gonna pay the bill? it is gonna be trillions of dollars senpai
So why haven't you updated yet?
/g/, redpill me on what these things are and what they do.
>filesystems still have to manually count the number of items inside (takes forever when you have a million files)
>each file doesn't get given a UUID making it easy to detect changes when syncing files
>no duplication support (all files with the same checksum use only the same space)
Why haven't filesystems changed much in decades?
Nexus 6p confirmed best smartphone of 2015
Even KFCHD doesn't suck apple dick anymore.
How do you fine /g/entoomen deal with the indentation your headphones leave in your hair?
You see someone with this and instantly know they're some gaymen or weaboo who spend every last minute of their free time on their PC, wearing headphones/headset so their mum doesn't hear their chinese cartoons upstairs.
What do pilots, for example, do to avoid this shit? They're wearing a headset the entire flight and still look cool when they take it off.
Why the fuck is Youtube going to the absolute shit? It's becoming a fascistic piece of shit and ponzi scheme.
Fuck Youtube, fuck Google.
Hi there im from mexico, and I found this used procesor around 36$ should I buy it?