#archiveteam-bs 2017-10-23,Mon

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ScruffyBScruffyB still has a promo copy of OS/2 warp beta that was suppoed to be destroyed prior to the actual release. (never destroyed it because we had no computer capable of installing it at the time) [00:10]
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dashcloudit's worth imaging & uploading if you'd like to hang on to the box, otherwise mail it to IA [00:25]
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atomicthuPANIC! : Too many URLs : >99999 [3031]
Done.
Thanks for using HTTrack!
you're not fuckin' welcome
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AerochromGod, the newest episode of STD is real trash [01:45]
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hook54321Look at the dates/times on these Google Cache Neogaf links.
https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Z7HIRMM5nDgJ:neogaf.com/showthread.php%3Fp%3D238619370+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:L7BL4elKbgQJ:www.neogaf.com/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
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wp494go on... [06:29]
hook54321They're from the past few days...
The second one was from about 28 hours ago, and I'm pretty sure it wan't up then
*wasn't
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Specularis there a way of obtaining all the search results from Google for a particular site?
in text form, that is. Although not as useful as unique search queries it would be some kind of index
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odemgJAA, are we on this? http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/171005-Open-Letter-to-The-Escapist-Community [07:01]
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ranmafairly OT, but IT related question
i play League of Legends (pvp game) on occasion. the client can download replays to rewatch
i'm trying to determine if the URL is predictable so that a bunch of replays could be downloaded, or so that i can directly share a URL to download my replay from their servers
however, it looks like the connection it makes is HTTPS, per procexp and wireshark
since the client is on my machine, is there a way to determine the HTTP(S) get command/url easily as a noob?
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JAAodemg: It has been mentioned in #archiveteam, but I don't know of any efforts to archive it. [10:12]
ranmait's using TLS 1.2... or is that the entire point that other than IP address, you can't even easily determine that with local snooping? [10:13]
JAAranma: No, that's just a side effect. If you have access to one of the two machines involved in an HTTPS connection, you can in general do with it whatever you want, but it might not be easy and can be nearly impossible. [10:15]
ranmadoes it involve messing with SSL certs? [10:16]
JAAYes [10:16]
ranmaah. bit above my noob head :)
oh well. if i'm motivated enough, i may try again sometime when i have more time
thanks for the answer
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JAAI think that Wireshark has something like that, but I'm not familiar enough with it. Let me check.
Basically, you need a proxy between the LoL client and the server. The client thinks it's talking to the server but really communicates with your proxy, and the proxy forwards everything to the actual server. The proxy decrypts everything coming from the client and then encrypts it again to send it to the server, and vice versa, allowing you to read all traffic in cleartext.
Then you just have to get the LoL client to accept the proxy's certificate. And that's the part that can be hard, depending on how the client determines whether a certificate is valid.
If it just looks at the system's certificate store, you can simply add the proxy's certificate to that and it works. If the client hardcodes which certificates are valid, it's much messier.
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ranmaah, that sounds like what i've gathered from DEF CON talks and no formal internet tech education
it's also passing through cloudfront. not sure if that makes it easier or even harder
don't bother wasting any more time on it. just wondering if i had the right idea/guess as to why i wasn't seeing text :)
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JAAranma: Can't find it right now, but searching for "wireshark decrypt SSL" should yield some useful information. [10:25]
ranmai assume i'll need to dedicate up to an afternoon to figure that out. so backburnering it at the moment. thanks, tho! [10:26]
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JAAI was going to archive http://genforum.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ , but holy shit that site is broken.
I can definitely understand why they're retiring it.
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Specularhas a nostalgic old-web charm [16:45]
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DrasticAc'Click here if you are stuck in a frame', boy am I always. [17:29]
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zinoNot an uncommon problem in the 90s. People would build menus, headers and add-borders with frames and then link to other sites without escaping the frames. I used to have Javascript on all my sites to automatically break out of frames.
We did some really stupid shit in the early web.
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schbirids/early// [17:49]
Frogging:p [17:49]
schbiridschbirid leftpads zino [17:49]
IglooJAA: holy crap. Nearly every link is broken [17:55]
odemggodane, MySpleen is FL for like 2 weeks... now's my time... PM me with stuff you want to see uploaded to IA [17:58]
JAAIgloo: Yup, you have to replace the domain every time. And even then some stuff is broken. [17:59]
IglooAlso, ~200,000 images on ctrl-v are not working.
You get a blank page
http://ctrlv.in/843305 onwards seems to be lank
*blank
and... typically because internet... http://ctrlv.in/1009553 is the next one that works... (NOT SAFE FOR WORK!)
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balrogJAA: they're retiring it?
there's a lot of stuff on that site :/
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JAAbalrog: Yeah. See the notice at the top of http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ [18:55]
balrogoh darn :(
"discontinuing"
for what they are about they should be able to turn them into a read only archive
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JAAAsparagirl mentioned it in #archiveteam last week and added jobs to ArchiveBot. Today those jobs finally ran and didn't really archive anything because of how broken the site is. [18:56]
balrogtheir mission supposedly is archiving and preserving this sort of data, right? :| [18:56]
JAAYeah, I think so. [18:57]
balroggrr, so like
http://genforum.rootsweb.ancestry.com/#surname points to http://www.genealogyforum.rootsweb.com/gfaol/surnames/Mayflower.htm
but http://www.genealogyforum.rootsweb.com/gfaol/surnames/Mayflower.htm is dead
one needs to go to http://genforum.rootsweb.ancestry.com/gfaol/surnames/Mayflower.htm
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JAAYep [18:58]
IglooIt's very broke, I spent some time trying to work it out to another file then running that
But I got a headache and gave up.
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JAAThe message boards are completely broken: http://genforum.rootsweb.ancestry.com/messages/genbbs.cgi/New
Uhm, removing /New from that URL lets you download an ELF executable.
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Igloo~894,000 images to go on the main ctrl-v job
Should be done in the morning. Then i'll punt it to IA
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schbiridfucking paperclips >:
(
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ScruffyBJAA, I wonder if that executable would have DB keys :P [20:29]
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odemganyone got some TB on a 1Gbit line I can use for a few days? [23:20]
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ScruffyBI may have 1TB on a 250Mbit line, but would need to jail you or something.
What for?
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ivanodemg: digitalocean 1TB/mo is actually unmetered [23:41]
odemgScruffyB, mirroring a tracker. [23:42]
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ScruffyBis freeBSD a problem? (I think I would need to rent a new IP address) [23:48]
odemgScruffyB, hold, I think I have a sponsor offering up the full 40TB I'll need [23:50]
ScruffyBScruffyB was just doing background reading anyway
The server is under-utilized bevcuase I have not had time to finish a project, is all.
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Ravenlofthttp://www.betainfoguide.net/
fully functional
all the turning of the century web design cliches are there
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JAA"major facelift in mid-2000"
Now I want to see the previous version.
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