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Old 11-12-2019, 05:36 PM   #1
willbefree1985
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My name is only mine and I will not call it to you, I have just installed Kodachi but am already appalled.
Were Kodachi safe and would me and other users actually anonymous as it says then I could do with my software as with my computer what I want because they belong to me alone.
But now I notice that they can change my software individually. So they hack my computer and my operating system and change it as they want, that tells me that they use some kind of installed or integrated Trojan for it.
In my opinion, no software that has a built-in Trojan can not call safe where at least the developer and who else uses this vulnerability to insight into my data and software installed and can change and steal the data.
I came to the conclusion that I use a torrent program and it does not matter if they annoy me the VPN service and ban me, but since my torrent program is no longer working mirass says they have manipulated it.
They have manipulated a program that does not belong to them on a computer that does not belong to them from an operating system on which they have no claim to ownership if it is to be a freeware and anonymous.
I'm sure that because of some other events that was manipulated a lot more of them and I think that is a big impudence and extremely hurt my privacy what I depend on a highly secure operating system.
You should point out before installation that it is forbidden to use the operating system Kodachi on which you claim ownership even though it is installed on a computer to install software that is not wanted by them.
You may have noticed that in the present time the internet has become very private because of the browser type and properties of the operating system captcha cookies and even by graphical representation and some more the user is forced to reveal himself.
Do not fool yourself that these data are not saved and sold, or do they believe companies that make a lot of money will disclose what they do with their data. This development is gradual and I can assure you that this will be much worse in the future.
China and now also Russia already have their own network because they have recognized the development of the privatization of the Internet because no one can always enforce the laws in the international network in the countries the laws are any general law.
It is so that many online companies are operating in different countries and only forwarding a link or frame would change the law base but the user is not protected by anything.
This radical development, which will make it much easier for companies to identify the users, their sales and simply any other activity, will also make the other companies forced to identify the users.
You also know that these data can get to everyone via detours, even if the readout of the Internet provider in combination would suffice for the host name to find them in the network and to read and manipulate their private data.
That would be like every person wearing an RFID chip under their skin and can be read anytime, anywhere and the chip has access to the phone and computer.
Then you have no privacy if even only every laptop and cell phone has a camera and microphone and everything you write is actually open, but why an RFID chip.
Any mobile phone can be triangulated and has an internet access without any noteworthy firewall and Java other script or programming language easy to manipulate is an app to bypass the security mechanisms is sufficient.
I'm not a hacker or a computer specialist, and I'm sure that's not all that much, and I doubt the users are the problem in this world or do they believe that the state, when negotiating indirectly with companies that enforce laws for the benefit of the people, is dependent on the state of these companies are to compete in the international competition.
It is so that the people want to be lied to and deceived because they want to think only the best of their state because of their national pride.
The media constantly provide them with other enemies for their small insignificant, pointless disputes and enmities for which there can be no developmental process just for the people to circle but not realize that the root of all problems is elsewhere.
Please forgive me the digression but I mean that an operating system that is not safe but certainly called this development of the creeping restriction of the rights of the people thereby agreed when they use the same means they denounce themselves.
I am aware that in other operating systems these problems of hypocritical anonymity which are the opposite are even more serious and profound are flanked by Windows.
To confirm the well-known system, for example, Linux Mint the greater the security holes, although this is not related to whether it is a high-security software, the reason for not only the larger number of users and the massive development of malicious software.
Only a rogue would think the media, devices through planned obsolescence and even computer software would be developed to make it easier for companies to exploit the people what then probably as an iceberg only the above visible smallest part of the whole is.


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Old 11-19-2019, 06:13 PM   #2
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This is an exact duplicate of this user's other post. Only with a different subject.
 
Old 11-19-2019, 06:34 PM   #3
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I don't see a question. Rants like this belong (if anywhere) in Non-*NIX General, not in a technical forum, IMO.
 
Old 11-19-2019, 09:28 PM   #4
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willbefree1985 hello and welcome to LQ.

I had to move this. LQ tries to keep the technical threads apart from general non-*nx stuff.
 
Old 11-20-2019, 05:00 AM   #5
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Very uncomfortable and difficult to read wall of text. I gave up after a few lines.

OP, if you have a point to make please can you split your post up into more easily-readable paragraphs and write more succinctly.

Also the title of this topic is lazy and doesn't help your cause. As a new poster, you should be making extra effort in encouraging people to read your topics and making them stand out from the others - "stuff" does not do this for you.

Last edited by Lysander666; 11-20-2019 at 05:03 AM.
 
Old 11-20-2019, 05:10 AM   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lysander666 View Post
Very uncomfortable and difficult to read wall of text. I gave up after a few lines.
...
Yep, I didn't even give it a few lines.

Looks very much like a troll to me...

Last edited by jsbjsb001; 11-20-2019 at 05:16 AM. Reason: forgot "it"
 
Old 11-23-2019, 07:07 AM   #7
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Very uncomfortable and difficult to read wall of text. I gave up after a few lines.
...then I tried again, diagonally, and saw "China and Russia" - that's when I gave up.

I would say "don't use Kodachi then" but I'm pretty sure that's not what this is about.
 
  


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