Leaks: Mercedes FitBit Xiomi MTK IPTV MSFT WM OPPO etc Source Codez, ExConfidential Crew, Mirrors

Karl gmkarl at gmail.com
Tue May 26 13:24:26 PDT 2020

I'm trying to consolidate some of these files in a git-annex repository
living on the bsv blockchain.

This may or may not work:

git clone
npm install -g git-remote-bsv/.
clone bsv://L3zZQetoHkdMrsiEPtZEks1Ct98d56ZLxDBiatLpRBJA7Y1xELyB/exconfidential.git

The url is a push url; others can add to it or mess it up.

I'm adding some of the stuff but it's likely too much to finish all of it.

On Sun, May 24, 2020, 7:00 AM Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:

> If anyone doesn't understand this,
> crucial information for making fitbit's safe from hacking and government
> control is available, and grarpamp is asking everyone to preserve and share
> it.
> I have not found ipfs to be suitable for resisting censorship until
> somebody migrates the protocol off s/kademlia for finding peers with data,
> to a shared store like a blockchain or a project focused on solving the
> problem like gnunet.  I believe the underlying system is designed to become
> pluggable in that way, but I kinda freak out when I look at go source code
> nowadays =(  is there a C/C++ port of ipfs anywhere?
> I'll try to upload these things to sia skynet.
> On Mon, May 18, 2020, 5:51 PM grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> https://t.me/exconfidential
>> tg://resolve?domain=exconfidential
>> https://t.me/s/exconfidential
>> https://t.me/joinchat/GmSbZRNJpLmmbX07KNfRhw
>> https://git.rip/exconfidential  <- cypherpunks:writecode
>> https://t.me/deletescape
>> "This was the easiest leak ever as the code was literally in a zip
>> inside the apk."
>> https://git.rip/exconfidential/daimler
>> https://mega.nz/file/G1M3AKwJ#C4N6p0pg3GWYketCysvHFGDq-LTeEAJUN9j8lqRSjo4
>> https://archive.org/details/daimler-olu
>> https://archive.org/download/daimler-olu/daimler-olu_archive.torrent
>> "it's a hardware platform for a very specific usecase, but this leak
>> should allow recreating it with low cost hardware."
>> Leaks and dumps... become IPFS and Bittorrent mirrors and archivers,
>> index hash reposters... for the fun.
>> https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/05/zfs-versus-raid-eight-ironwolf-disks-two-filesystems-one-winner/
>> lizardfs, ceph, storj, etc
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