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Worried Who’s Watching Your Web Browsing? Adafruit’s Onion Pi Tor Proxy Project Creates A Private, Portable Wi-Fi Access Point
Adafruit Industries has put together a weekend project for people worried the NSA is watching how many reruns of Seinfeld they watch on their tablet. The Onion Pi Tor Proxy is a weekend project that uses the Raspberry Pi microcomputer, along with a USB WiFi adapter and Ethernet cable to create “a small, low-power and portable privacy Pi” for using with portable or other computing devices (e.g. your work laptop) that can’t otherwise run the anonymising Tor network.
In the Onion Pi configuration, the Pi creates a secure access point which automatically routes any web browsing through Tor’s distributed network of relays. The Tor network is designed to disrupt web surveillance by preventing web snoopers from learning which sites you visit, and also the sites you visit from learning your physical location. It does this by ensuring every Internet packet goes through three layers of relays before going on to its intended destination. Hence Tor’s many layered onion motif.
Adafruit says the Onion Pi is good for those who…
…want to browse anonymously on a netbook, tablet, phone, or other mobile or console device that cannot run Tor and does not have an Ethernet connection. If you do not want to or cannot install Tor on your work laptop or loan computer. If you have a guest or friend who wants to use Tor but doesn’t have the ability or time to run Tor on their computer, this gift will make the first step much easier.
Getting the Onion Pi access point up and running means plugging the Ethernet cable into any Internet access point and powering up the Pi via its micro USB cable plugged into your laptop/the wall adapter. The Pi will then create the Onion Pi access point. Connect to that for a less NSA-friendly browsing session.
That said, Adafruit’s Onion Pi page does contain caveats regarding exactly how anonymous this set-up is — noting: “We can’t guarantee that it is 100% anonymous and secure! Be smart & paranoid about your TOR usage.”
Other Adafruit tips for keeping your web browsing on the down-low include:
- deleting and blocking your browser cache, history & cookies — and/or using a browser that offers anonymous sessions
- avoiding logging into existing accounts with personally identifying information
- using SSL to end-to-end encrypt communications — NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has also said encryption works
In news that’s sure to excite everyone other than people who aren’t super into Physician Who, astronomers have actually just revealed the discovery of a planet very like Gallifrey, the home world of Doctor Who and the Time Lords. Well hot damn. ♫ My bags are packed, I’m prepared to go, I’m standing right here outside your door, I cannot wait to wake you up and state ‘Go pass away.’ ♫
According to an article in the Register, NASA came throughout exactly what it calls a “transiting circumbinary multi-planet system” – in layman’s speak, “2 worlds orbiting two suns” – utilizing its Kepler planet-hunting telescope, and the Register compares to “Doctor Who’s Time Lord homeworld [of] Gallifrey – or additionally the luxury-planet-builders’ planet Magrathea [from] The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy”!
The Register reports the lead author of the research, Jerome Orosz – associate teacher of astronomy at San Diego State University – as saying, “Each earth transits over the primary star, giving unambiguous evidence that the planets are genuine.”.
Truthfully, it’s specifying where I don’t care if a newly discovered earth resembles one from a sci-fi collection I’m into or not, as long as its habitable, I desire to go. Hell, even if it’s just BARELY habitable, I still wish to go. Besides, that’ll help minimize frustrating space tourists. “Telling the truth, he is.” See? Yoda understands what I’m discussing.
Thanks to Lisa, who’s currently purchased home there and intends on having a residence developed as quickly as there’s a such thing as a decent intergalactic building company.
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It’s shocking what you can learn from your own email inbox: You’re slow to reply to Mom, you’re losing touch with a close friend, and you and your spouse often discuss the same old topics. If only these revelations could be used to help you organize your inbox.
This week, I tested Cloze, a free Apple iOS app that prides itself on being an inbox-analyzing expert. Cloze uses an algorithm to study emails and other social-network interactions, then sorts messages according to who sent them, prioritizing those from people it thinks matter most to you.
I tested Cloze on an iPad, an iPhone and the Cloze website. (An Android app is planned for later this year.) Its people-focused concept is smart, and everyone wants a better way to manage inbox clutter. By incorporating social-network interactions, like those from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, Cloze makes sure messages from important people don’t slip through the cracks.
It’s a pleasure to use because of its minimalistic layout with a lot of white space, which never felt overwhelming—no matter how many new messages or posts I received.
Cloze will even rate the electronic relationships you have with people, depending on several factors. I had fun sorting through people to see my Cloze Score with them. Cloze scores six categories for each person: Dormancy, Frequency, Responsiveness, Privacy, Freshness and Balance. I learned my mother-in-law and I have a well-balanced relationship, with a Balance score of 82 out of 100. My husband and I only got a 41 in Freshness, which means we could stand to talk about different topics more often. Then again, Cloze can’t track the conversations he and I have in person every day. In some cases of friends who I talk with mostly on the phone, scores didn’t accurately represent relationships.
The different list options on an iPhone.
After a week, I found myself wanting to check Cloze several times daily. But it was hard to stop checking my more familiar email and social-network programs first. Once an email message is read on Cloze, it can be automatically marked as read in one’s real inbox, but Twitter and Facebook posts were often replicated in both places. Yahoo, Exchange, iCloud Mail and AOL email are supported by Cloze, but not POP email accounts, like Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail).
One of my favorite aspects of Cloze is how it made me feel in control of my correspondence with close friends and family. A group called Key People is created after Cloze finishes analyzing your inbox and social networks. In my case, this analysis took about two hours and included one Gmail inbox and my Facebook and Twitter accounts. My Key People list accurately represented 25 people who mean a lot to me, and I added others manually (it holds up to 100). Once this was set up, the number of unread messages appeared beside this list. Cloze’s aim is to help you get that number to zero.
To do that, I chose actions for each. These actions depend on the message: Email options include Reply, Reply All and Forward; a tweet includes Reply, Retweet, Favorite or Email the person who posted it. A clever tree branch icon appears with each message and can be tapped to see a fan-like display of actions.
Even if you don’t know what to do with a message, you can still do something: Each message has a small bookmark in its top right corner that, when tapped, displays options that include Now, Today, Tomorrow and Next Week. I really liked this aspect of Cloze because I’m often in a rush and can’t handle a message at the moment its sent, but I want a way of reminding myself to follow up.
An automatically generated list called Losing Touch points out long- or short-term relationships that have started to fade. For example, Cloze understands if someone is considered a long-term relationship even though you haven’t received inbound communication in about two to four weeks. Key People get sorted into Losing Touch faster than others and stay in the Losing Touch list for longer.
Other lists can quickly be manually created and friends can be added to them with a simple tap. This is helpful if you want to organize groups of people or all correspondence associated with one particular thing, like buying a new house.
Cloze is happy to share with you all sorts of tidbits it has about your social interactions. It will even give you tips in a side panel about what helps make good relationships, like “Relationships need depth, but they also need to evolve.” Some people, though, could understandably be creeped out by the thought of getting relationship advice from an algorithm.
If you’re hoping to improve a relationship with someone, you can set a Cloze Score goal for your relationship to move that person’s emails and social-network posts to a higher priority in the list where they’re displayed. It won’t automatically move them to Key People. On the other hand, if someone is too noisy, posting lots of tweets and Facebook updates, you can tap a button to mute him or her; on the Cloze Web app, this muting can be adjusted to do things like just seeing direct messages and emails, not social-network posts.
There’s a lot of data stored up in your email inboxes and social-network interactions and Cloze reveals all of this in an easy-to-digest, stylish interface. But it’s tough to break the habit of looking at email, Facebook and Twitter the traditional way.
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The “Who’s Your Daddy” RV is aiming to make DNA paternity tests a bit more of an impulse purchase. The colorfully-wrapped automobile entices dads who aren’t specific that the kid in their hands is their very own, and after a $ 299 to $ 575 purchase, a fast cheek swab, and a three-day hanging around period, they can get the answer. According to The New York Post, the truck is had and operated by a Jared Rosenthal, who drives around the 5 boroughs looking for customers. The testing itself is run through Health Street, which delivers a collection of services, including the “A lot of Popular” $ 350 paternity examination, the results of which are valid for usage in court. As you would certainly envision, it can easily all be a bit remarkable. As Rosenthal informed The New York Post: “It & rsquo; s.
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By now we’re sure you’re aware that SOPA is more than just a tomato-based noodle soup. The Stop Online Piracy Act’s been stirring controversy with its intentions, and it’ll most likely continue in this path until we hear a final decision. Go Daddy wasn’t shy — before retracting — about its support for the bill, and things have changed drastically since we first heard some of the “top dogs” express their feelings. But who else is behind it, who’s got your back, and who’s had a change of heart? The answers await you after the break.
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carved vegetable alien corpse Russian cat lady Marta Yegorovnam has been keeping in her fridge for the past two years after pulling it from the wreckage of a crashed UFO in 2009. The best part? She’s still been using the fridge for food storage. You’re f***ing nasty as shit!
She says she approached the flaming wreckage and crumpled metal which she described as ‘unbearably hot’ and near the twisted hulk lay the dead alien.
The ‘creature’ is two feet long, has an enormous head, large bulbous eyes and an appearance somewhere between a fish and a humanoid.
It also appears to have what looks like a string-like arm protruding from its body.
The footage was unearthed by noted paranormal writer and expert Michael Cohen.
["Noted" paranormal writer Michael] Cohen, 40, said: ‘This could be an elaborate hoax, however the possibility that this might be a genuine alien should not be discounted.
LOL @ “this could be an elaborate hoax”. Elaborate, really? Some crazy Russian lady CARVED A F***ING WATERMELON, she didn’t orchestrate a fake moon landing. This sounds like the kind of guy who’d shit bricks if you pulled a coin out of his ear.
Hit the jump for two more shots, including one with a ruler. You know, for scientific-ness.
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