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Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

Discussion in 'How To Instructions' started by TheSpAnon, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)


    simply open the proxy list mentioned in my big post up top, and find a high anon, or anon elite one, and paste the ip and port int after hitting 'add' in foxyproxy options. then either set up url rules to use the proxy on that domain, or just right click the foxyproxy text bottom right of the Firefox window, and tell it to use that one for all URLs.


    or, keep it REAL simple and just use youhide.com instead.


    to check a proxy is working, go to somewhere like http://whatismyip.com/ b4 and after using proxy.
  2. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    actually, partyvan listed problems with hushmail. they said to google search it.

    i use freenigma, it can be used to encrypt gmail when you use firefox.

    the only trick is that you have to use the "old" interface instead of the new. There's a manual on the site where you download, and if you don't read the manual, you might miss the configuration panel.

    Anyone who wants an invitve, I have about 8 left. Then those people can post, and send out invites, etc.

    It will still be from your anon gmail account, but you can encrypt the data.
  3. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    you know, i think it would be awesome if someone could implement pgp at the os level, so that any service that detects a public key that they're already talking to, they automatically encrypt the communication and notify that the transfer is secure.

    So you don't have to have PGP extensions to all your favorite programs... and maybe a pgp notify packet before every pgp enabled service.

    just a thought.
  4. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    i understand what you're saying about other servers having your pgp keys.

    however, we need something a little more user friendly for most people.

    why can't firefox and thunderbird plugins allow "click button to install, click button to encrypt/decrypt, click button to lock keyfiles under password as backup in documents folder" kind of functionality so everyday users don't have to confuse themselves.

    It needs to be no more difficult than your average software install. even better if it's as simple as a firefox extension install.
  5. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    I feel that's kinda like giving Joe Bloggs a bulletproof vest and an armored transport vehicle to go Sunday shopping in. For the most part everyday users are fine with firefox's builtin protection (like airbags and ABS brakes).

    All this analogising has led me to want to build the Deathproof of internet browsing vehicles.
  6. iaxiloll Member

  7. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    ur doin it wrong.

    Mainly I'd threads for highlighting specific free (no restrictions) recommendations, that specifically might be useful to Anon's here on enturb.

    linking filehippo, contains much shareware and commercial appz links, u might as well link download.com , majorgeeks, or 'teh internet' for containing downloadable programs.
  8. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Good list of (free) Web-based Anoymous proxies: here
    If you're not that confident technically, this is probably the best list to use.

    Good list of other lists of misc. proxies: here
  9. Captain-chan Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    I'd like to request info on voice-generator tech for those youtubers who are wary of the effectiveness of voice altering tricks.
  10. anon617 Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    FP your link to Pidgin is incorrect and leads to one of those lame advertising 'look-alike' sites.

    The correct homepage for Pidgin IM is http://www.pidgin.im/
  11. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    sh45^$@%^@5y. Fixed, and thanks.
  12. Uncle Anon Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    I just downloaded and tried eSpeak, "a compact open source software speech synthesizer for English and other languages, for Linux and Windows." I used it on XP and it works fine.
    http://espeak.sourceforge.net/download.html

    There's a download of three voices, Mary, Mike, and Sam (Sam is included in Windows already) here, but Mary and Mike don't show up in eSpeak: http://www.webaloud.com/files/marymksm.exe

    More MS speech stuff that I didn't explore:
    http://www.microsoft.com/msagent/downlo ... r.aspx#cpl

    Speech synth roundup: http://www.student.oulu.fi/~vtatila/rev ... ynths.html

    (Speech is built in to Mac OS X: http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/mac/200 ... peech.html )

    Quick and dirty: You can render 300 characters at a time on
    http://www.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php and download the files.

    You can put your audio files together with Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ .
  13. Fixed all the links in 3rd post since the forum conversion messed everything up.
  14. An0nand0n Member

    Could this please be stickied? Maybe even given its own forum section? There is lots of useful stuff here that should be easily accessable for new Anons.

    Thanks
  15. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Updated with a copy of the blocklist guide and attached the sci IP list for it.
  16. Xenu's Thong Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    http://www.gomplayer.com/
    Plays pretty much any media file without the need for downloading codecs and such.
  17. nightfire Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Umm none of the liks wurks for me...halp
  18. JV Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Hmmm guess I'm the only Anon using a Mac eh? Btw nightfire all the programs can be downloaded from mirrors elsewhere, I suggest Goggling the app names. ;)
  19. AnonymousSup Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Thanks TheSpAnon, this thread rocks.
  20. Macropiper Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Avidemux for re-encoding and lightweight editing of videos:

    http://avidemux.berlios.de/news.html

    Can open FLV video files, and seems to be able to encode to them, although I have not tried to do so.

    Also, if not already mentioned, VLC will play nearly anything:
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

    Both run on Windows, Linux and OSX, as far as I know.
  21. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    I PM'd TheSpAnon asking them to fix the all the bad links in the first post caused by the forum changeover, if it doesn't get done I'll rebuild it all into a new thread.
  22. censor Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Paint.NET: http://www.getpaint.net

    Open Source image editing software, not as powerful as yer ol' shoop, but small, free, easy to use ... basically everything shoop isn't ;)
  23. Evie Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Dunno how much use this will be, but it's a fun toy and can be used for making vids with animated talking heads:
    http://www.cslu.ogi.edu/toolkit/download/
  24. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    cool, but i think using face poser and phoneme editor from the HL2 source SDK would be better :)
  25. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Fixed all the URL's throughout the thread.
  26. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    I need FREE FTP software for XP. Not CoreFTP

    Help :confused:
  27. mko Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    ncftp but it's command line.

    Is filezilla free and runs on xp?
  28. Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    http://filezilla-project.org/
  29. Hostile Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    how about some free voip softwares?

    of course the only one that really works is voipcheap
    (you can make any calls from major countries for free as long as you don't go over 300 minutes per week)
    but that one's been sketchy for me lately (says that I'm out of credit and am limited to free calls (when I've never had credit and was using calls fine)) and that they don't let me register new accounts for more free calls (understandable, but I'm sure there's a workaround)

    another program would be skype, but it isn't free

    and of course earthcaller (browser/website based voip for free but horrible quality)


    also, some nice programs are
    hypercam 2 (great video capture tool with a lot of options like framerate, size, sound encoding, etc)
    computer cache cleaner (useful if you want to free up used space from your cache very quickly and effectively. also useful if you're on a shared computer and don't want your visits to the chans to be noticed)
  30. Amnon Nhymous Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    An all free video editor with FX : Wax - [ Homepage ]
    From same source, a morphing utility: WinMorph - [Homepage]
    Note that the morphing prog comes with an old version of Wax.

    I use them for a few weeks now, and made my latest videos with them (even a 1280x720 x264 codec)

    All FREE !

    I'm all new to this video stuff, but like it very much...
    See the morph + titling: YouTube - From Sea Org to Sea Arrrgh
  31. RedOrbifold Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    just found this page, felt it deserved a nice move to the good ol how to

    hmm, formatting of how to prevents the first few posts (the ones with most content being seen... so... I might do some reorganization here or I'll find a better place for it.
  32. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Some posts are a bit outdated, attempting to bring latest versions/info here:

    Full version: Firefox web browser | Faster, more secure, & customizable | Mozilla Europe

    With regards to IRC clients, there are numerous free ones, dependant on your operating system:
    Windows
    mIRC: mIRC: Download mIRC < After a 30 day free trial, it'll ask you to register. You can ignore this, wait a few seconds, and carry on as usual.
    KVIRC: www.kvirc.net/?id=download
    Irssi: Irssi - The client of the future

    Mac
    Colloquy Colloquy: Downloads

    Linux
    XChat: XChat: Multiplatform Chat Program
    BitchX: Download BitchX (ircii-pana-1.1-final.tar.gz)

    Alternatively, there's Comodo: Download Comodo Firewall 3.0.25.378 - FileHippo.com

    And it's been mentioned in the thread already, might get lost among the posts though, so I'll repeat it. For media, use VLC as your player. It'll play pretty much everything: VLC media player - Overview
  33. RedOrbifold Member

    Re: How to: Internet (Windows)

    I'll merge this with the free tech
  34. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Not to sound like a newfag, but any tips on how to properly set up FoxyProxy? I'm getting confused with the URLs, etc.

    Any links to other topics would be helpful.

    Thanks in advance...
  35. anon8982 Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    Help is here:
    YouTube - foxyproxy

    and here:
    YouTube - firefox proxy
  36. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    If this thread was my hot twin sister I would get drunk and make out with it to show my appreciation.

    45e2e131-0010b-00182-400cb8e1.jpg
  37. SailorXenu Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    What about this? https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/6336
    We could "make" players go to certain sites for XP. Youfoundthecard for example...

    Note: I haven't used this program myself yet.
  38. RedOrbifold Member

    Re: Anonymous' Free Tech [Programs] (now with mod approval)

    sounds like a good enough idea,

    DO EET

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