Discussion in 'Vertical Growing' started by tystikk, Jan 26, 2014.
"Wonder if I could do the outside and spray some kind of sealant on that to keep from that happening. Hmmm...lol thanks for the insight"
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Im getting this foam done soon on interior..hope this guy isnt too messy with it. Going to cost 1g for half of 1 bib of it includes labor..
hey haven't been by in a awhile how they hangin ?
check out my grow .crosses
@Fastslappy on ig
i don't post here since the hack
ig just too easy
Hey there @Fastslappy! I split for a long time also, seems like a lot of folks went to IG. Might as well sell your soul to Satan, but I'll probably see you there. I love Lucifer, why not try some Satan? I'm not sure what any of that means, I'm an atheist. We don't have a word for "not an astrologer" why do we have a word for "not a believer in god" - I mean, almost everybody alive is an atheist when it comes to Poseidon, right? But, I digress, like a motherfucker.
I just came back to RIU myself, campaigning to get a security cert for this site, they are free, for crap's sake. Will check out your thread. Peace!
I float between RIU, IC and 420.
RIU is where I post my journals, IC is too hard to post pics, posting pics to 420 is easy but they have to many rules.
Hope you can gget the site certified.
I hope they let me help them, if they don't want to do it themselves. It takes all of about 15 minutes.
I got me a few of them there slappy crosses, gonna have a bloody good time running those
I've been thinking about starting my own forum, to remove all of the BS you find here so people can actually communicate concisely, find information easily without digging through 50 pages of non-sense as well as debunking any and all Bro-Science.
@Dumdumdummy here ya go. Start around page 115 or so, unless you're a real history buff lol
Its just an SSL certificate so they could encrypt network traffic as a trusted source (so your browser doesn't have a shit fit) and then our passwords, and every other drop of data transacted between this site and the users of it would actually be remotely secure. Any site or service where there is the illusion of authentication (a password) should run on https. Install WireShark or Fing (iOS) and see for yourselves, y'all, go to an internet-enabled café and just watch the naked data flow around. You will never connect to public wifi again, I don't.
There is literally no excuse not to encrypt, these days, letsencrypt.org made it free and easy. I feel it is our civic duty as citizens of the internet, to always pursue for safe and sane practices to protect ourselves and each other in kind. It used to cost about $100/year or more for a cert, but that was a racket to begin with. Isn't it always? But now there is no reason not to do it, and a legion reasons to support it. $100 was a pretty low bar, but now there is no bar.
I'm a third year student of computer science and I just did a unit on 'Security in IT and Computing'. I second what that guy says ^
Easy to spot a guy who knows WTF he's talking about, isn't it? That's why I value his advice so much!
Aw shit, guys. Thanks, T
https and encryption is a hard concept for people to understand. I see a lot of eyes glaze over.
But look at it this way, every time you make a post, pretend you just wrote it on a postcard (or series of postcards) with your usename and a return address to the computer you wrote it on. Now every post office your card goes through can read the entire message and know who sent it. It will have your username, the contents of the message, forum, and message id. Everything will be on those postcards; even the pretty pictures you post
They don't even need to log into RIU if they have access to one of the post offices (router in real life) your message goes through. They can sort through everything there. Several ISP's have given the NSA direct access to core routers....
With encryption, all that is visible/readable is the originator address and the destination address. Let's pretend/assume for the moment that they can't actually defeat the encryption on https. They can't connect your origination address with any post at RIU. All they know is that someone with your IP address (which can be isolated to your address/apt) sent a message to riu. They just don't know which message or what was in it.
So that's why such a simple step is important. It may also be why they won't add it. Without https, the guvvies are less likely to seize their gear and rifle through their records. Since the guvvies don't need to do that, they are protected in a way. Just guessin there, may not be a reason at all.
If that's their reason, and I seriously doubt it has been thought through that deeply, then their logic is painfully flawed. Also, who runs bare metal servers these days? lol, but I take your point, thanks for covering it in more detail. I'm not personally worried about the govt forces so much as I am about squirrelly cyberpunks with too much time on their hands.
I'm a consultant and routinely see large (and I mean large) database servers deployed to physical servers. Most large customers virtualize most of their app servers, but smaller ones are still stuck on mostly (older) physical servers. There is a maturity model that some companies don't get very far along with......
Still, even VM's have to run on physical boxes. And even in the cloud, there is a data center with servers, networks, and storage somewhere. People tend to forget that the cloud is really a physical entity presented virtually.
Oh sorry if I gave you the wrong idea. I understand, there are a lot of bare metal servers in the enterprise for various reasons, and a lot of small companies are still on shared hosts like Dreamhost or whatever. That was just a joke, really. People do seem to forget the cloud is still just servers. Heck, even "serverless" services like AWS Lambda have to live somewhere.
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