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Whos using a USB stick?

 
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Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?
Why do you speak shit on the internet?
And what does it do for you personally?
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04/18/2009 03:20 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
if you think you can't be tracked over the internet because you bounce off other ip's etc... you have a lot to learn.
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04/18/2009 03:26 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
I think you have a lot to learn shit for brains.
Did you read what I said?
Where is the evidence?
Do you even know what TOR is?
Why do you speak shit on the internet?
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04/18/2009 03:28 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Do you mean the encrypted packets sent over my ISP, tunneled through the connection, from a virtual server that doesn't physically exist?
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?
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I think that's a great idea...


can you give us a bit more technical details on how to do that?

I understand USB stick and booting...

you install winxp to that drive>? then setup the computer to boot from there?

help all us GLP's get with the stick man program
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?
 Quoting: User ID 580336



as well since you seemed to have cracked the IP address to user ID algorythm... can you PM me with your IP address so I can see how that works>?
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04/18/2009 03:38 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
please write up the full details how to do it then please full instructions.
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04/18/2009 03:41 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?
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[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
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Get over yourself

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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?



as well since you seemed to have cracked the IP address to user ID algorythm... can you PM me with your IP address so I can see how that works>?
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04/18/2009 03:43 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Ok well for example.
Never install TOR on your real pc.
Because hackers can easily use it to steal your shit.
Look up TOR and lookup Privoxy.
Its what the Russian hackers use.
Its virtual servers, they don't even exist.
But its how you use it.
Install linux unix windows on the USB stickk.
People used to do this with 8gb stick.
Now you have solid state drives that are 500gb.
But they cost $900.
So you can use a 128gb USB drive, that costs $40.
And install windows, linux, unix, firefox, TOR, Privoxy.
All on a stick.
And you set the BIOS to boot from it.
So when you pull the stick and throw it on the ground and crush it with your foot.
There is never any recoverable record of you being anywhere on the net.
Disposable computer and ip address.

Last Edited by User ID 580336 on 04/18/2009 03:44 PM
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04/18/2009 03:47 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Another thing youll need is a boot selector.
To choose between which OS to boot into.
If you know what your doing, you can just add that code to the boot shit.
But better to get a selector for noobs.
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
if you can crush it hard enough .. better to trow it in lava, but thats another problem
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?



as well since you seemed to have cracked the IP address to user ID algorythm... can you PM me with your IP address so I can see how that works>?




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 Quoting: Gradient

You don't have to do that, when you already have a full pirated cracked version of Windows XP Pro and Vista or whatever.
Why do you speak shit on the internet?
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
if you can crush it hard enough .. better to trow it in lava, but thats another problem
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Once you crush it with your boot heel.
Its unrecoverable.
Only metal HD's can they take out the plates and get the data.
But, they cant do that if you run killdisk.
Which is Department of Defense grade data destruction.
But that takes along time 24 hours even to overwrite it.
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04/18/2009 03:52 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
I use pclinuxos on usb.. I never heard of TOR.
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04/18/2009 03:53 PM
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I have you on GPS tracking in RT regardless of you little tricks OPS.
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04/18/2009 03:56 PM
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I have you on GPS tracking in RT regardless of you little tricks OPS.
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Where am i then?
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04/18/2009 04:02 PM
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I have you on GPS tracking in RT regardless of you little tricks OPS.


Where am i then?
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DO NOT REVEAL HIS LOCATION UNTIL OUR TEAM HAS ARRIVED!
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
I have you on GPS tracking in RT regardless of you little tricks OPS.
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Ok pissflap, bring your gun, because you wont see me coming.
Why do you speak shit on the internet?
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
I use pclinuxos on usb.. I never heard of TOR.
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Yeah its all unix.
Everything was Unix.
They just make it a pretty color, and name it something.
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04/18/2009 04:06 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Tell us how you do this.
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04/18/2009 04:12 PM
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sent over my ISP
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"there's no record" ..... that's fuckin' funny man !!!
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
Im using a corsair 128gb USB stick with Windows XP PRO and Firefox and TOR on it.
I don't even use my real IP when browsing the net.
There is no record of me even being on this site on my computer.
Anyone else doing this?
 Quoting: User ID 580336


Bullshit.

I have my MP3 playlist on a USB flash stick, so the system doesn't need to access the HD when the music is playing.


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None of you are understanding what im saying.
Where is the server?Where is the machine?
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04/18/2009 07:31 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
that is the spirit OP. i haven't come to this yet , but i've done some research on usb booting and portable software. very handy indeed.
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
you are easy track op every intel chip has a serial number on the hardware, granted only microsoft can track you
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04/18/2009 07:36 PM
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
it is always good idea to install dos or unix in a small primary partition in case your main OS goes to hell. then set this partition as bootable and install your preferred boot selector on it.
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You don't absolutely need an OS installed on your usb key to run anonymously.


What it is

It is a few techniques to disable the built in forensic aiding programs that come bundled with windows XP. These so called features offer little service to the user, but offer a wealth of information to any investigating forensics team.

What you need to get

Nothing

Disable Userassist

Userassist is a program on windows XP that logs the date and time you launch certain programs. It is used to generate your recently used programs list, so disabling this will disable that. It is mostly used by forensic teams to build a digital time line.

1. Go to the run box and type in regedit to go to your registry editor.

2. Using the side tabs, go to currentuser\software\microsoft\windows\currentvers ion\explorer\userassist

3. There are two subkeys under Userassist, they have long names that look like serial numbers. Under each of these subkeys is a key called Count. Delete both of the Count keys.

4. Add a new subkey called “Settings” under the Userassist key, to do this use the right mouse button under the Userassist key and select new>key.

5. Add the DWORD value “NoLog” in the settings subkey. To do this, select the settings subkey and then in the blank screen to the right of the side tabs, right click. Select the new DWORD option, and name the DWORD “NoLog”

6. Change the setting of the “NoLog” DWORD value to “1”

7. You have now disabled UserAssist, and dealt a major blow to any forensic team that will scrutinize your system.




Set up an unfirendly enviornment for forensics

Now we are going to make a few modifications to the way windows operates, in order to have a better foundation for security.

Disable System Restore Points

System restore points are to restore the system to an earlier date in case you mess up drivers or something. Some people use them, most never do. They take up a lot of room, and open a lot of doors to forensics teams. They can compare your system at different points in time and can use this to help build a time frame. System restore also comes in handy for virus writers, even if you remove a virus it will be hiding out in your system restore files just waiting.

To disable System Restore points, simply right click on My Computer and go to Properties, then click on the system restore tab. From here, check the disable box.

Turn Off Hibernation Mode

Hibernation mode is used to save resources by setting the PC to a low power state after it is not in use for a period of time. This is dangerous to certain types of encryption that store the key in ram, as there is a significant chance that the private key will be written plain text to the drive from ram as the machine switches to hibernation mode. This key can then be extracted by a skilled computer forensics team.

To disable this, go to the control panel and, under classical view I believe, select power options. Go to the hibernate tab and ensure that the box next to hibernate is not checked.

Ensure that Auto Standby is Not Enabled

Auto stand by (and ever going into stand by when you have encrypted volumes mounted) poses the same risks as hibernation mode. It is best to turn the ability off completely.

To disable auto standby, click on control panel and go to power options. Go to the power schemes tab and ensure that system stand by is set to never. Also ensure that turn off hard discs is set to never.

Remove the Option to Standby From the Shutdown Menu

This removes the ability to manually stand by. Auto standby is already disabled but you can manually over run that. It is better to turn it off all the way to make sure no mistakes happen. One person who tried this had trouble with it for some reason, not sure why, it works perfectly fine for me.

To do this, create a new text document and name it disable stand by. Rename the files extension to .reg (you will need extensions visible in order to do this, don't make it .reg.txt with a hidden .txt really make it .reg). Now, open the reg file with notepad and add the following text to it:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\ACPI\Parameters]
"AMLIMaxCTObjs"=hex:04,00,00,00
"Attributes"=dword:00000070
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\ACPI\Parameters\WakeUp]
"FixedEventMask"=hex:20,05
"FixedEventStatus"=hex:00,84
"GenericEventMask"=hex:18,50,00,10
"GenericEventStatus"=hex:10,00,ff,00

Save the file. Now, double click on the file and agree to add the information to your registry.


Disable the Memory Dump

The memory dump is a section of the hard drive RAM will write out to if it is ever full. Most modern computers have enough Ram to not need to worry about this. If a plain text passphrase is in ram and gets written out to the drive, it can be retrieved by skilled computer forensic teams. It is best to disable this in all modern computers.

To do this, right click on My Computer, then go to properties and click on the advanced tab. Under start up and recovery, go to settings. under “Write debugging information” change the drop down bar to “none”.


disable index.dat

This is possibly one of the biggest forensic tools in windows and it is hard to remove (Surely made that way on purpose). It logs pretty much every search you make from internet explorer and tons of other information on what you do. It is impossible to delete unless you enter safe mode. It is frequently used by forensic teams to build cases against people. It also takes up increasingly more and more space the longer you run your computer it never deletes the logs so between formats ALL your searches from day one are stored on your computer, and after a while that will be hundreds of megs of wasted drive space.

To remove this "feature", reboot your computer in safe mode and login as administrator. Launch a command prompt and type in CD\ and then hit enter. Now type in del index.dat /s and hit enter. You have now removed your index.dat file forever, dealing another great blow to forensics teams.

Disable the last accessed timestamp

The four windows timestamps are used by forensic teams to create digital time lines. Encase is a popular program used by the FBI to do this. You can use the anti forensic program Timestomp to modify and forge all four timestamps. That is a bit advanced though. I do however suggest everyone disables last accessed time stamps. This can fuck up some back up software that relies on timestamps, and it does serve some role in operating system features (it has some legit uses that is, not just forensic ones). But I still suggest it is disabled.

To do this, open a command prompt and type in the following command: fsutil behavior set disablelastaccess 1



Good job your windows operation system has been hardened again many forensic attacks and also has had weaknesses inherent to digital encryption neutralized. For novice users who want even more hardening of their operation systems I suggest the free and open source software program "XP anti-spy". It will harden the OS against several other weakness that are exploited by forensic teams and flowers makers. Also it is always a good idea to run an anti-virus, anti-keylogger, anti-flowers, firewall and it is also a good idea to immunize your system against particularly nasty flowers using "flowers blaster".


Portable Tor

[link to portabletor.sourceforge.net]

FireFox Portable

[link to portableapps.com]

FoxyProxy


FoxyProxy is a free, open-source advanced proxy management tool that completely replaces Firefox's limited proxying capabilities.


[link to foxyproxy.mozdev.org]

NoScript

The NoScript Firefox extension provides extra protection for Firefox, Flock, Seamonkey and other mozilla-based browsers: this free, open source add-on allows JavaScript, Java and Flash and other plugins to be executed only by trusted web sites of your choice (e.g. your online bank), and provides the most powerful Anti-XSS protection available in a browser.

[link to noscript.net]


CookieSafe


This extension will allow you to easily control cookie permissions. It will appear on your statusbar. Just click on the icon to allow, block, or temporarily allow the site to set cookies.


[link to addons.mozilla.org (secure)]

Truecrypt

[link to www.truecrypt.org]

KeePass


KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish).


[link to keepass.info]

Simply create an encrypted truecrypt container and place it on your USB key. Mount it after supplying the password, and set up the portable install of firefox to block all cookies and disable everything with noscript. All traffic, including DNS requests will be routed over tor.

You should take notice that anything not sent over SSL ( [link to ) (secure)] can be sniffed by the exit node of the tor circuit you're using. So, you should take care to only use secure login sites, and otherwise encrypt your traffic (Instant Messaging comes to mind).

KeePass helps with this because it creates very long fairly random passwords.
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Re: Whos using a USB stick?
op u will know be a target to NWO


the NWO has just added you to red list pickup


for fema work camps
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04/18/2009 08:03 PM
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I wish I understood all this.
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04/18/2009 08:09 PM
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i hope hackers work to bring down the new world order, not many people understand this stuff lol and technology is a very big part of the nwo, i wouldnt be surprised if techies become a quick target.





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