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Written by Xonox   
Monday, 24 September 2012 14:58

First of all, I would like to say you're welcome and thank you to everyone out there that has thanked me for work that I've put in.  However, I would also like to say that all the work done is only partly me and is something that you could very easily do yourself also.  Much of what I've been trying to do is support work done by others, all of you.  The power lies in your actions, I am just one person and only have time to do so much(mostly due to money and the way the system works), but together we are strong and we will immanentize the eschaton.  If you don't know how to do something all you have to do is search the web for a tutorial or ask someone to help you learn.  When time allows, we'll put up a tutorials on how to setup a websites, graphics, sounds, social networking, etc.  If there is a demand for any of these we can work on them right away, just request it on the forums.  I've talked with many awesome people in recent times, it's great to know you are all out there.  Keep up the great work!

One of these days we'll work on getting more front page articles out, however that clearly hasn't happened yet :D  Anyways, the last couple months have been very busy months. Time just continues to pass by quicker and quicker.  There have been a few updates to the site since the last article.  It's usually posted on the forums when something new gets added or fixed.  Most updates have been cleanup and fixing things, but we've also started adding new video channels to the list.  The most recent video channels are AnonShitéVeriDoctores, and MajiCJack.  The former 2 are PM2012-related and the latter is a music artist.  On the video channels page you will see a few more music artists that we will be adding.  If you'd like to see any of their particular videos on their channel, post a link to the video in the forums and ask for it to be added.  We're also looking at adding channels for Robert Anton Wilson, Terrance McKenna, and other notable people.

We'd be more than happy to make a channel for you also, just post a channel or playlist on the forums, tell us you'd like to make it a channel, and we'll look into it.  Our only restrictions are that the videos don't promote violence.  I know there have been some aggresive videos put out there by some Anons(and others).  I see quite a few come across my subs on YT.  Personally, I recognize it as either cointelpro-type of operation, misunderstanding on someone's part, or someone that actually feels that way.  If someone actually feels like bringing aggression or pain upon another it's a sad thing indeed. I've only ever seen loVe and LuLz through PM2012.  One of the best things to do is not to viralize it.  Viralize what you do support.

I actually started this article about a month ago and am just now finishing it.  We'll work on getting smaller and more updates as things happen.  It's also given time to give the graphics and upgrade; It's been a while since the last one.  The links that were posted in the forum have been gone through and added to the links in the links section.  There have been new categories added to the links section as well.  The /b/ees toolbar has had the dead/inactive links pulled for now.  Par:AnoIA and anonuk has been added.  A new radio station has been added to the Unsensored toolbar from the anonuk site, AnonUkIre.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 October 2012 00:30
 
A call to hackZION PDF Print Email
Written by Xonox   
Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:19

I've been wanting to get an article together about this for a while, but I'm glad I haven't because it's given things some time to develop a bit.  A little over a month ago there was a call to hackZION put out:

 

Since then, the top hacktivists, coders, crypto anarchists, cypher punks, Non-violent Civil Rights activists, Internet Censorship and Freedom of Speech activists everywhere have been collaborating to jointly BRAINSTORM IDEAS to develop TYLER.  We've talked about this in the past, but TYLER is a massively distributed and decentralized Wikipedia-style P2P cipherspace structure impregnable to censorship.  Basically what this means is an easy way for someone to securely and privately leak information or in other words, a decentralized and distributed Wikileaks network.

The plan is to discuss and develop TYLER until November 5th, 2012.  It is suggested that you code TYLER yourself or in a small group that you know you can work with, but BRAINSTORM IDEAS with others to work out details.  All versions of TYLER that have been coded will be released November 5th, 2012 ANONYMOUSLY along with source code.  Until December 12, 2012, these will all be used and eVolved to determine the best.  There is no doubt that things will also be refined even more in the years to come, to create the best that there can be.  Clearly, this could become one of the ultimate privacy and security tools avilable.  Freely and openly available to everyone of course.

Discussion has started in a number of places in cyberspace and the reality matrix.  One of the best discussions and explanation of how it can work is at 

http://pad.telecomix.org/TYLER.  There are numerous backup online pads that can be used which are mentioned on it in case it disappears.  It appears that http://pad.telecomix.org/ep/pad/view/TYLER/latest is having issues loading and some were wondering what happened.  I don't have control of that site, so I can't really say, but, yes, there is something up with that link and it could be anything from site coding issue, to server issue, to hostile take-over by the global elite.  The choice is yours, but I'm guessing it's one of the first two.

  There are also a number of backups on pastebin.  The latest one as of writing this is Version 9887 on June 5th, 2012 - http://pastebin.com/TX3SWNzu.

We have also setup an area for discussion on our forums - http://galatorg.com/index.php/forum/31-tyler.  Much of the discussion so far has been talk of using the I2P network and developing SYNDIE to things for TYLER.  If you have not heard of or installed I2P, it is highly suggested.  I2P stands for Invisible Internet Project.  On their website, http://www.i2p2.de/, they describe it as an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate.  All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.  What you essentially do is install I2P and it turns your computer into a "router".  Once you install I2P, get it setup, and running, then your computer starts establishing connections to computers on the I2P network to strengthen it.  When you send data through your "router", say going to a webpage, all that info is send through the network encrypted and brought back in a way that makes you anonymized.  Once it's running you setup your programs to run through a proxy, the "router" that you setup to connect to the network, which is localhost(127.0.0.1) and various services run on various ports, but you can create more tunnels if you want.

Once setup, I2P adds a lot of awesomeness to your computer.  It has something built into it to create an anonymous email address and anonymously do torrents or view webpages.  You can also create your own website(eepsite) that can only be viewed through the I2P network, but is anonymous.  Various programs can use the network to anonymize all your data, but SYNDIE is one that's meant to be an ultimate tool because it utilizes a number of services to do everything.  You can find good info about SYNDIE at http://syndie.i2p2.de/ as well as a great image/flowchart kind-of-thing that explains it well.  Development has been stalled since the end of 2007, but the source code is available.  You can find all the downloads at http://syndie.i2p2.de/dist/.  It was written in Java.

Just a few days ago another video was released:

 

It is another Call to action.  More and more people have been taking note of Project Mayhem 2012.  There have been a number of articles coming out too.  Here is a list of many of them:

http://www.rt.com/news/anonymous-leaks-fight-club-057/

http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/46240-Anonymous-le-declara-guerra-a-corrupci%C3%B3n-mundial

http://anonnews.org/press/item/1555/

http://personalliberty.com/2012/06/06/will-anonymous-leak-it-all/

This sums up most of the things that have been happening.  I had to take the countdown offline until more efficient code could be made.  The place hosting the site was having CPU issues because of it.  I still haven't had time to look at the code and make it better, but I believe the issue is that it's requesting the number images from the server too much.  The video channels will be updated soon and new channels will be added (so many good ones, one is http://www.youtube.com/user/THXi330)

.  Hopefully there will be some time to write some good tutorials to help people out with thinkgs like setting up and using I2P.  Enjoy the fun, now go out and get the loVe and LuLz out.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 12:25
 
It's already April? PDF Print Email
Written by Xonox   
Wednesday, 04 April 2012 10:37

I'm not even going to pretend that I can cover everything that's gone on in the last month and a half.  As far as the site goes there has been a bit of work.  Various things continue to get cleaned up and more into place.  Profiles have more to them, you can make connections, see what forum posts a person has made, view a person's tweets, view your message box, add an RSS video playlist(it's in there, but hasn't been played with much), and the colors have been fixed so you can actually see things.  The graphics on the site get updated a little bit each week, whether it be a color change or a new item on the outside edges.

The video player has been played with so that now we can utilize multiple playlists.  Each playlist is setup as a "channel", expect more awesomeness from this in the future.  We hope to generate a number of useful video channels.  This was used when the OpEPOCH section was moved to separate videos.  A number of channels have been setup in the Video Channels section.

The source code that was talked about in the last front page update has been further organized.  A graphic has been created to easily navigate the #PM2012 pages and source, you can find it at the Project Mayhem 2012 shrine on this site.  The "Word Videos" page has been gone through and all the videos have been labelled.  This page lists all the videos that are referenced in the pm2012 countdown page.  That should cover most the important updates having to do with the website functionality.

So what else is new?  In most recent times a fun new pastebin has come out - c0d3ksEY; 1613 lines of awesomeness.  There was also another pastebin that came out a little more than a week before that - Project Mayhem 2012 Cypher Ammo Jet2012 12.21.2012 11:11.  This site is mentioned in this earlier one as a PM2012 sympathizer mirror (& totally unrelated to the #PM2012$Crew) :).  This is very much what we are, as far as I know nobody that comes to this site is part of their crew.  If anyone does ever claim to be them, be sure to ask for validation, the PM2012 public key is available to confirm.  This site has never claimed to create PM2012, but we also do not wish to give that illusion.  This site is basically just a discussion area that formed from people that enjoy the PM2012 material.  The official PM2012 material comes from PM2012org on twitter and PM2012 on tumblr.  One of the things that this site hopes to accomplish is to help broadcast the PM2012 material everywhere and offer open discussion about it.

Dangerous Idea #3 came out as well as a video for it:

 

FIAT LVX!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 April 2012 12:26
 
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