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 on: Today at 12:19:50 AM 
Started by AmemaMug - Last post by AmemaMug
od skarżącej kosztów działania w instancji odwoławcze.Tak jak strony kiedy tudzież ich rodziny od chwili wielu lat ostają w żarliwym sporze, kto następuje spośród rozpadu majątku po rodzicach pozwanej tudzież męża powódki a wykorzystywania za pomocą powódki i jej pana z dosadnej służebności. Naprawdę oraz powódka przedtem wytoczeniem powództwa o dymisja warto zajrzec stosowała z służebności w podejście słuszny. Jednakże po zdeponowaniu materii sądowej gorsza połowa powódki kilkukrotnie najechałby wyjście dziewka służebna samochodem ciężarowym rozładowanym węglem. Nadto parę bicie powódka społem z partnerem przejeżdżała tą drogą wozem personalny, dokumentując te czynności wewnątrz pomocą telefonu komórkowego, i na głód męża czyniłaby ściągnięcia samochodu pozwanej blokującego droga wolna. Korzystając spośród kosztowny powódka a jej paćkaj nie wytwarzaliby tego w sposób odpowiadający zwyczajnemu uprawnieniu. Odwiedzałoby no tak

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 on: February 18, 2018, 08:07:23 PM 
Started by RichieChil - Last post by RichieChil
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 on: February 18, 2018, 12:56:53 PM 
Started by JannieTole - Last post by JannieTole
Pesquisadores puderam concluir que aqueles que consumiam mais chá verde apresentavam um risco 42% menor de desenvolver diabetes.

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 on: February 18, 2018, 12:50:11 PM 
Started by HopeColton - Last post by HopeColton
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 on: February 17, 2018, 09:22:49 PM 
Started by PhyllisMei - Last post by PhyllisMei
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 on: February 17, 2018, 02:23:24 PM 
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 on: February 14, 2018, 06:11:49 PM 
Started by hidden1 - Last post by hidden1
Vídeo: https://youtu.be/0s8ZG6HuLrU

Spoiler: Reported goes around the city with two Android smartphones, one in flight mode and other not, but both without sim cards. After the trip, he connects to the internet, but with a man-in-the-middle device setup, to sniff all the data transfered. As soon as the smartphones connects they start sending data to Google's servers, including geolocation (yes, even the device in flight mode), metadata, events (walking, driving, step out of car, etc) and much other information.

Take away: don't trust Google

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 on: February 12, 2018, 08:21:10 PM 
Started by Black.Bird - Last post by Black.Bird
https://theytrackyou.com/

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 on: February 12, 2018, 06:40:13 PM 
Started by No One - Last post by J S
There is no such a thing as off-grid smartphone. If it's online, it is on-grid. On top of that, there is no smartphone 100% secure. Nothing is 100% secure. Finally, the more security you have, the less practicability you have.

That being said, you should worry more about using VPN, trustable internet connections, trustable apps (and be minimalist regarding apps), strong passwords, two-step authentication, etc, than the model of your smartphone.

There is no consensus about the best model. It all depends on what you need it for, what functionalities you need, and your situation overall.

PS: I prefer iPhones over Androids, just because I hear less privacy and security issues with Apple than Google. But I absolutely don't asume I'm totaly secure with them either.

I would strongly argue against iOS. If you're looking for usability, I could understand. But if you're serious about privacy, you should check this guide from https://airvpn.org/topic/15527-how-to-improve-cell-mobile-phone-security/?p=32831

I will just post a sample:

"The key difference between Android and other operating systems is that Android is, mostly, an Open Source (FOSS) system, which allows the operating system to be audited independently to verify if it properly protects users' information and communication. It also facilitates development of security applications for this platform. Many security-aware programmers develop Android applications with user safety and security in mind.

Based on the fact that Blackberry runs proprietary code (ditto for the iPhone) - they can't be trusted due to no independent verification of the code. Blackberry phones have been presented as “secure” messaging and email devices. This is because messages and emails are securely channeled through Blackberry servers, out of the reach of potential eavesdroppers. Unfortunately, more and more governments are demanding access to these communications, citing need for guarding against potential terrorism and organised crime. India, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia and Lebanon are examples of governments which have scrutinized the use of Blackberry devices and demanded access to user data in their countries. Also, encrypted messaging and other apps available on Blackberry platforms fail the EFF security test.

Therefore, an Android phone may be the best option if you must own a mobile - running a version of GNU/Linux and allowing for the phone to be 'rooted' (the setting of root administration level access). With root access, you can remove bloatware that came on your phone, use an app permissions manager, run a firewall, enabling tethering even if your carrier is blocking it, manually back up your installed app settings, and use a variety of other tweaks that require low-level system access."


With a rooted android, you can limit your outgoing connections, you can firewall it, you can packet inspect it, you can build a mobile router out of it. Never heard of any iOS capable of such.

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 on: February 12, 2018, 02:23:49 PM 
Started by No One - Last post by J S
I have created my forum account with my real email. Should I have done with this?

I did create a 33mail account now. I guess it will take a life to adjust all my accounts with 33mail aliases now. I'm already tired just of thinking about all the work :O

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