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  • DES ROBOTS AFFAIRISTES DÉCLARENT LA GUERRE À UN ÉDITEUR INDÉPENDANT
    Le site Internet de L’insomniaque éditeur a dû changer son nom de domaine en ce début d’année 2019. Peu avertis des arcanes de la communication cybernétique, nous avions laissé passer la date d’expiration de ce précieux nom de domaine (insomniaqueediteur. org). En conséquence, le gestionnaire de noms de domaine GoDaddy a jugé bon, sans nous en aviser directement, de vendre ledit nom à l’encan. Il a été adjugé, pour une poignée de dollars, à des imposteurs, qui, sous notre ancien nom de domaine, tentent de se faire passer pour L’insomniaque éditeur — sans la moindre crédibilité, ni même le moindre effort pour paraître crédible.
    Leurs desseins, politiques ou commerciaux, restent très mystérieux à ce jour, mais leurs agissements ne resteront pas impunis, de même que le préjudice moral et matériel que ces escrocs nous ont causé, et nous causent encore à ce jour. Le nom et l’adresse qui sont indiqués à la rubrique « contacts » sont, bien sûr, tout aussi bidon que les prétentions et le contenu de ce pseudo-site, mais nous ne désespérons pas de démasquer la ténébreuse entité qui nous nuit de la sorte.
    On jugera de la nature de ce préjudice en consultant le site qu’a bricolé ce gang d’androïdes à très bas quotient intellectuel artificiel. Usant d’algorithmes rudimentaires et s’exprimant dans un sabir robotique aussi grotesque qu’inintelligible, ces ennemis de l’humanité présentent certains ouvrages parus à notre enseigne dans des articles conçus par ordinateur, qui assemblent en désordre des mots-clés glanés de manière aléatoire sur le vrai site de L’insomniaque et d’autres sites Internet.
    Par exemple, l’essai d’anthropologie radicale de Georges Lapierre, Être Ouragan, donne lieu à un simulacre d’articulet sur « Les 3 pires ouragans des 50 dernières années »… Et notre livre en soutien aux pirates somaliens du golfe d’Aden, Frères de la Côte, est commenté par une notice cyber-encyclopédique délirante qui nous apprend que ces Frères de la Côte constituent une organisation qui « s’est réunie pour la première fois au Chili en 1950 » et qu’ils obéissent à « une loi appelée Octagon », le tout illustré de photos tirées de banques d’images et montrant de jeunes et beaux matelots de la marine de guerre américaine… Le reste est à l’avenant.
    On pourrait se contenter de rire de cette très grossière manipulation-falsification. Ou de mépriser de telles inanités, dépourvues en elles-mêmes de tout sens. On peut aussi y déceler une menace de plus à l’encontre de la liberté, un danger d’asservissement par la confusion mentale généralisée, engendré par les réseaux numériques et ceux qui les contrôlent. En tout état de cause, cette affaire, digne du théâtre de l’absurde, en dit long sur les progrès qu’accomplit le « grand mensonge » qui tient lieu de communication de masse en ce malheureux siècle — le dernier, si les humains n’y portent remède.

    L’INSOMNIAQUE
    Montreuil, le 31 janvier 2019
    http://www.insomniaqueediteur.com/robots-affairistes-declarent-guerre-editeur-independant
    https://www.insomniaqueediteur.com
    https://lignesdeforce.wordpress.com/2019/02/05/des-robots-affairistes-declarent-la-guerre-a-un-editeur-ind
    source : #Claude_Guillon
    #l'insomniaque #insomniaque_éditeur

  • Hosting a Free Static Website on #google Cloud Storage
    https://hackernoon.com/hosting-a-free-static-website-on-google-cloud-storage-d0d83704173b?sourc

    This guide walks you through setting up a free bucket to serve a static website through a custom domain name using Google Cloud Platform services.Sign in to Google Cloud Platform, navigate to Cloud DNS service and create a new public DNS zone:By default it will have a NS (Nameserver) and a SOA (Start of Authority) records:Go to you domain registrar, in my case I purchased a domain name from GoDaddy (super cheap). Add the nameserver names that were listed in your NS record:PS: It can take some time for the changes on GoDaddy to propagate through to Google Cloud DNS.Next, verify you own the domain name using the Open Search Console. Many methods are available (HTML Meta data, Google Analytics, etc). The easiest one is DNS verification through a TXT record:Add the TXT record to your DNS zone (...)

    #web-development #programming #infrastructure #google-cloud-platform

  • RIP WordPress, GoDaddy. BUILD and HOST a #website IN 30 SEC with #ipfscloud.
    https://hackernoon.com/rip-wordpress-godaddy-build-and-host-a-website-in-30-sec-with-ipfscloud-

    IpfsCloud is bringing Disruption in the Hosting and Domain provider LandScapeFarewell WordPress, WIX, GoDaddy, Hostgator.As we talked about the vision of ClusterLabs in our previous article; we saw that we are about to witness a major change in how Internet works.This(below article) clearly shows that how this is going to happen, so make sure you go through it before proceeding further.Say BYE to F.A.G.M.A., and HELLO to the new InternetAssuming you have gone through the above article, let’s proceed further.As the title suggests, IpfsCloud is working on a Domain and Hosting platform (IpfsHost) that is going to change the website publishing landscape.Here is a sneak-peek showing how AWESOME it is:https://medium.com/media/f246210faee3ce349bdc714fb6f87a92/hrefRight now IpfsCloud provides (...)

    #ipfs #web-hosting #web-development

  • Who is behind #ico bench ?
    https://hackernoon.com/who-is-behind-ico-bench-1fb7afb8e7e7?source=rss----3a8144eabfe3---4

    Investigative OpinionICO bench tries very hard to hide it’s company details and the identity of it’s founders. So far it has been successful with this, however some thing are obvious and cannot be hidden. I conducted an investigation, and based on logic patterns came to conclusion of possible the people behind infamous ICO bench.Let’s start with the facts. What we know about ICO bench?The site was registered on GoDaddy with privacy protection on 04.07.2017, from St. Petersburg Russia.According to Linkedin ICO bench is located in St. Petersburg, Russia.There are some people working for ICO bench according to Linkedin, however they are all pawns, none of them has senior role.What can we expect from ICO bench founder(s)?Since ICO bench is one of the biggest ICO listing sites in the world it is (...)

    #icobench #blockchain #ico-bench-dotcom #investigative-opinion

  • What actually happens when you buy a domain name?
    https://hackernoon.com/what-actually-happens-when-you-buy-a-domain-name-9c996d352af3?source=rss

    You’ve just thought of the next big thing. It’s gonna have AI, and you’re going to put it on the blockchain.You go onto GoDaddy, enter the name in, and boom —Eventually you find one that isn’t taken, and $10 later, it’s yours. Of course, you never ended up starting that project.But ever wonder where that $10 goes?You’re probably aware that when computers talk over the #internet, they use numerical labels (IP addresses) to identify each other. These are hard for us to remember, so we prefer friendly names like “google.com”. For you to access Google, some magic has to happen behind the scenes to turn “google.com” into Google’s IP address, “216.58.214.14".First of all, someone at Google had to have registered the name google.com. This is done via a domain name “registrar” such as GoDaddy. Registrars (...)

    #verisign #icann #domain-names #domains

  • Here’s How Web Service Cloudflare Helps Serve up Hate on the Internet That Fuels Real-Life Killings | Alternet
    http://www.alternet.org/media/heres-how-web-service-cloudflare-helps-serve-hate-internet-fuels-real-life

    The operations of such extreme sites are made possible, in part, by an otherwise very mainstream internet company — Cloudflare. Based in San Francisco, Cloudflare operates more than 100 data centers spread across the world, serving as a sort of middleman for websites — speeding up delivery of a site’s content and protecting it from several kinds of attacks. Cloudflare says that some 10 percent of web requests flow through its network, and the company’s mainstream clients range from the FBI to the dating site OKCupid.

    The widespread use of Cloudflare’s services by racist groups is not an accident. Cloudflare has said it is not in the business of censoring websites and will not deny its services to even the most offensive purveyors of hate.

    “A website is speech. It is not a bomb,” Cloudflare’s CEO Matthew Prince wrote in a 2013 blog post defending his company’s stance. “There is no imminent danger it creates and no provider has an affirmative obligation to monitor and make determinations about the theoretically harmful nature of speech a site may contain.”

    In testimony Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Chief Will D. Johnson, chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Human and Civil Rights Committee, highlighted the reach and threat of hate on the Internet.

    “The internet provides extremists with an unprecedented ability to spread hate and recruit followers,” he said. “Individual racists and organized hate groups now have the power to reach a global audience of millions and to communicate among like-minded individuals easily, inexpensively, and anonymously.

    “Although hate speech is offensive and hurtful, the First Amendment usually protects such expression,” Johnson said. “However, there is a growing trend to use the Internet to intimidate and harass individuals on the basis of their race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, disability, or national origin.”

    Anglin appears quite comfortable with his arrangement with Cloudflare. It doesn’t cost him much either — just $200 a month, according to public posts on the site.

    “[A]ny complaints filed against the site go to Cloudflare, and Cloudflare then sends me an email telling me someone said I was doing something bad and that it is my responsibility to figure out if I am doing that,” he wrote in a 2015 post on his site. “Cloudflare does not regulate content, so it is meaningless.”

    Representatives from Rackspace and GoDaddy, two popular web hosts, said they try to regulate the kinds of sites on their services. For Rackspace, that means drawing the line at hosting white supremacist content or hate speech. For GoDaddy, that means not hosting the sort of abusive publication of personal information that Anglin frequently engages in.

    A former Cloudflare employee, Ryan Lackey, said in an interview that while he doesn’t condone a lot of what Auernheimer does, he did on occasion give technical advice as a friend and helped some of the Stormer’s issues get resolved.

    “I am hardcore libertarian/classical liberal about free speech — something like Daily Stormer has every right to publish, and it is better for everyone if all ideas are out on the internet to do battle in that sphere,” he said.

    Vick at the ADL agrees that Anglin has a right to publish, but said people have the right to hold to task the Internet companies that enable him.

    #idéologie_californienne #cyberlibertarianisme

  • Shadow Regulations
    https://www.eff.org/issues/shadow-regulation

    Shadow Regulations are voluntary agreements between companies (sometimes described as codes, principles, standards, or guidelines) to regulate your use of the Internet, often without your knowledge.

    Shadow Regulation has become increasingly popular after the monumental failure of restrictive Internet laws such as ACTA, SOPA and PIPA. This is because Shadow Regulation can involve restrictions that are as effective as any law, but without the need for approval by a court or parliament. Indeed, sometimes Shadow Regulation is even initiated by government officials, who offer companies the Hobson’s choice of coming up with a “voluntary” solution, or submitting to government regulation.

    How Big Pharma’s Shadow Regulation Censors the Internet
    https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/09/how-big-pharmas-shadow-regulation-censors-internet

    This particular Shadow Regulation network contains a confusing web of similar-sounding organizations with overlapping memberships, such as the Alliance for Safe Online Pharmacies (ASOP) and the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP). In simple terms the former is comprised mostly of the pharmaceutical industry, whereas the latter pulls in its partners such as Internet platforms (Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo!), payment processors (PayPal, Mastercard, and American Express), delivery providers (UPS), and domain name companies (GoDaddy and Rightside). A third key player is LegitScript, which was instrumental in the formation of both ASOP and CSIP, and carries out most of the operational level arrangements that are agreed at a level of principle by those organizations. Internet users are not represented at board level in either ASOP, CSIP, or LegitScript.

    A hallmark of Shadow Regulation is that government is also often quietly involved behind the scenes, and so it is here. The formation of the CSIP was announced at a White House-hosted industry event [PDF] on October 14, 2010, following months of talks between the administration and the CSIP’s founding industry members. Similarly, LegitScript is led by the former Associate Deputy Director Office of National Drug Control Policy, and subsists on lucrative contracts from government as well as from private industry. With this framework in place, the “voluntary” adoption by Internet intermediaries of measures that primarily benefit the pharmaceutical industry suddenly becomes very easily explicable.

    #Etats-Unis #démocratie #farce #big_pharma

  • Dorkbot

    https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA15-337A

    Dorkbot is designed to steal passwords for online accounts, including social networks like Facebook and Twitter, as well as to install additional malware that can turn infected endpoints into nodes in a DDoS attack or part of a spam relay.

    Dorkbot is commonly spread via malicious links sent through social networks, instant message programs or through infected USB devices.

    Dorkbot is operated via IRC, and exists since 2011.

    Dorkbot Botnets Get Busted (4 December 2015)

    http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/dorkbot-ddos-botnets-get-busted-a-8728/op-1

    #dorkbot #ngrbot
    #botnet