Security/Hacking Ebook Collection
#11
Thank you insider for this generous contribution. I have just found some of those ebooks on my external HDD... I think you may have posted this or someone else on HS 2012.

cheers!
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#12
(11-12-2016, 06:54 PM)Tok Wrote: Thank you insider for this generous contribution. I have just found some of those ebooks on my external HDD... I think you may have posted this or someone else on HS 2012.

cheers!

Only Security/Computing [Forth Release] is a repost from Fbilol from the old days of HS Smile No problem man!
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#13
Thanks for being super responsive brother.
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#14
Another one bites the dust, twice in a row that my links and accounts get suspended. I'll be reuploading these soon to torrents, tor, offshore hosts and what not. I'll accept your challenge, censorship.
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#15
Ebooks reuploaded and updated, for a third time.
Links updated with backup mirror. Thanks to @Cuck.
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#16
great collection there, many thanks
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#17
(12-05-2016, 02:01 PM)Insider Wrote: Ebooks reuploaded and updated, for a third time.
Links updated with backup mirror. Thanks to @Cuck.

daniels site might be your best bet as i think his onion is also served over clearnet.

http://tt3j2x4k5ycaa5zt.onion/upload.php

stronghold also seems to do both onion/clearnet but their onion seems to be down right now.

http://5xsevnn2ofcfl4l7.onion
https://plexle.ru/faq.html

this one has a 1 month expiration time, but offers up to 400mb per file.
http://z7zbg7sxhxfergpo.onion/

this one is unclear about exp time but i believe to be reliable. its been around awhile now.
http://popfilesxuru7lsr.onion/


id also like to point out that censorship is not your real problem. youre hosting this site on a clearnet domain. either someone from this forum or some random troll keeps reporting your content as abuse. i imagine some of your PDFs have copyright laws protecting them.

please make an onion for this domain as well. i would very much like to visit this forum more often and contribute. but as someone who takes opsec very seriously, i cant constantly visit a clearnet hacking forum protected by a fucking comodo ssl cert.

https://arstechnica.com/security/2011/09...-breached/
https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011/03...-we-trust/
http://www.infoworld.com/article/2623829...reach.html

please.
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#18
(02-12-2017, 02:22 AM)Jen1 Wrote: daniels site might be your best bet as i think his onion is also served over clearnet.

http://tt3j2x4k5ycaa5zt.onion/upload.php

stronghold also seems to do both onion/clearnet but their onion seems to be down right now.

http://5xsevnn2ofcfl4l7.onion
https://plexle.ru/faq.html

this one has a 1 month expiration time, but offers up to 400mb per file.
http://z7zbg7sxhxfergpo.onion/

this one is unclear about exp time but i believe to be reliable. its been around awhile now.
http://popfilesxuru7lsr.onion/

The links are down again? I'm pretty sure the nya.is mirror is still up, you should be able to get it from there. If not then I see no reason to reupload to these onion sites. I understand your concern for security, but these sites appear to have limits between 100-400mb. And my files are over 1gb big, most of them anyway. And if these sites do not offer permanent links (like one you shows, expiration:1 month) then I feel like it's not worth it if I need to reupload them each month.

But if the links are down, of course and naturally I will reupload them. I could possibly set up a torrent.


(02-12-2017, 02:22 AM)Jen1 Wrote: id also like to point out that censorship is not your real problem. youre hosting this site on a clearnet domain. either someone from this forum or some random troll keeps reporting your content as abuse. i imagine some of your PDFs have copyright laws protecting them.
I understand, there are quite a few people around here that reports links I suppose. What I meant about censorship was just in general and no specifically for these links in particular, just a small vent out in frustration. No big deal.

(02-12-2017, 02:22 AM)Jen1 Wrote: please make an onion for this domain as well. i would very much like to visit this forum more often and contribute. but as someone who takes opsec very seriously,
What makes you think you can't contribute using tor browser or whonix? With SSL the exit nodes shouldn't be able to pick up your data just as easy as plaintext. But alright man, I understand your concern. I will work on this, had it planned anyway.

(02-12-2017, 02:22 AM)Jen1 Wrote: I cant constantly visit a clearnet hacking forum protected by a fucking comodo ssl cert.

https://arstechnica.com/security/2011/09...-breached/
https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011/03...-we-trust/
http://www.infoworld.com/article/2623829...reach.html

please.

I don't see how a 6 year old hack is going to affect us. Surely comodo has done their part in damage control since then, our certificate was not issued around the time of the hack. So I don't see any reason why I should switch SSL provider. You wouldn't prefer a shitty self-signed certificate or fake cloudflare SSL only on the frontend, would you? I know I wouldn't.

From what I've read so far, the problem is trust. You could argue this is a problem for most providers and not only comodo. I'm sorry but you'll have to keep relying on comodo, I'm not going to switch if this is your reason for using something else.

Even if we were talking hypotechical, and I would switch CA provider. Do you have any suggestions for one? Because I think this goes way beyond comodo, I'm sure anyone could hack into an issuer account on CA if they had enough time, resources and dedication. By the sounds of it, Comodohacker is most likely a state-sponsored hacker from Iran. Considering he used it to target iranian anti-government dissdents, I see no reason to think otherwise.

I don't think we have any nation states to worry about, It's not my threat model anyway. If anything, maybe law enforcement officials, but I do my best to keep us out of trouble. But even if a nation state puts every resource at hand to target GreySec, I don't think we would have much chance anyway. With the resources of the NSA and everything that a state may have at hand, they would surely have an easy time getting us.

We are a small fish, in a big pond. I don't think there's reason to concern about that.

And I know this might sound like negliance of security on my part, but I'm not using DNSSEC again. It's inflexible, last time I used it I manage to get GreySec blocked globally for 48 hours. And yes this was an error on my part and my fault, but I don't really want to go through that again.

But don't get me wrong, I understand your concern. You seem to take OPSEC very seriously. And I am indeed going to get us an onion mirror. But I'm not changing CA provider for you because of some 6 year old hack.
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#19
I came off as a bit rude here. I appreciate your thoughts man and I'll learn from your feedback. File will be uploaded to an onion tonight.
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#20
You can find the ebooks on tor now: https://greysec.net/showthread.php?tid=1625 - ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion

http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Info...Ebooks1.7z
http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Info...Ebooks2.7z
http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Info..._Ebooks.7z
http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Info...20v%201.1/

For individual files:
http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Info...Files_Dir/

Real hidden service mirror for the forum, soon Wink
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