Pavol Rusnak #cypherpunk #hacker #openhw #privacy #bitcoin #newmediaart

Running SSH on a Raspberry Pi as a Hidden Service with Tor

You have just finished installing a brand new Internet node, but you need to connect to it (usually using SSH) to perform some tasks. The issue is that this node usually lies behind NAT, does not have a public IP, its local IP keeps changing or even worse even the public IP is changed by ISP from time to time. Have you ever tried to solve the following problem? I did. Many times.

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Let's build a Freedom Node

Recently, I decided to support some of the open-source distributed projects such as Tor, IPFS and Bitcoin. One way of supporting them would be to send some money as a donation, but because I am a hacker with a good Internet connection I decided to build a computer node that will directly contribute to their networks and make them bigger and more robust.

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Idea Factory - Pack My Stuff

This post is a part of Idea Factory series. Last two years I travelled a lot to various Open Source related conferences. After few of them I already got quite a good idea what to pack and what not, depending on the length and the destination of the trip. But from time to time I forgot something and that later turned out to be a huge mistake.

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Idea Factory - Semantic Patches on Github

This post is a part of Idea Factory series. Two years ago someone sent me quite weird pull request on Github. It took me some time to realize that the only change was the removal of whitespace at the end of the lines of all files. Commit message contained a link to some software development company so the whole effort could be considered as some kind of spam or publicity stunt.

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