Author Topic: Ready to use bootable .iso live media with DiskCryptor and some tutorials  (Read 18037 times)

gr2y

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Quote from: Anfinuo
"We all" know how that ended...
yeah, but nobody is 100% reliable nowadays.

some people use cloud from mail.ru for win images sharing.

Anfinuo

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yeah, but nobody is 100% reliable nowadays.
There's not 100% reliable, and theres New Zealand S.W.A.T. with dogs, and helicopters knocking down your doors in the morning, and your service vanishing <snap> just like that.

some people use cloud from mail.ru for win images sharing.
First uploaded to ifolder.ru\rusfolder.com, but it died, and people didn't really like it.
But doing the mentioned "research" right now.

Anfinuo

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Added openload.co mirror. Let me know if it doesn't work.

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Hi Anfinuo,

thanks for the openload.co mirror. However, when clicking on the "Click to start Download" button, it brings up pop-ups to dubious websites. You have to click it 3 times actually before it finally gives you the download. All the clicks before it pops-up new dubious casino and the-like sites. Not really cool as it might also lead to virus infected websites of that kind, you never know.

Why not just use Google Drive and share the links via their sharing-feature? I have ISOs "hosted" there for years, not one download got deleted or whatever.

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However, when clicking on the "Click to start Download" button, it brings up pop-ups to dubious websites.
That's why it's "free" - ad supported.

You have to click it 3 times actually before it finally gives you the download. All the clicks before it pops-up new dubious casino and the-like sites.
ABP + Killjasmin takes care of sites like that.
NoScript won't hurt either.

Not really cool as it might also lead to virus infected websites of that kind, you never know.
AV+firewall - use them.
Also, I would be more worried by stuff that doesn't pop up, like 0 days, and stuff.

Why not just use Google Drive and share the links via their sharing-feature?
I don't like their various policies, and "dark side" tendencies.


geeky

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I am using ABP and AV, but the average Joe here might not. I don´t need your images really, I was just trying to help others that can´t create a boot variant on their own so that they can download your image. I wonder though, you don´t upload to Google Drive because of "darkside tendencies", yet share files for people here on a host that clearly uses ugly advertising technologies to sites you can call more than just shady and which contain possible viruses? I mean, wtf?

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geeky
Hi. Here is GD links, as you wanted.

Anfinuo
Someone had to do it. I do it from technical account, it lock/ban will not cost me anything.


All files reuploaded as is, cheksums are same as in op-post.

Download:
Default x32 (~281 MB):
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7ow3vv-_W7OLTQtY0diUmJ1enc
Filename: TxMJpaKn4o.7z
SHA-256 checksums
7-Zip archive:
AB8FC9FD445DF54F88638C41C0829453E32D1423EB43CAAD2D8552E79FC05D14
.iso file:
563AA4C6186BD7A8B83DF24F2C6C6A1FDAA09A2F61B08D0AE6CC1C6B7FB9C54E

Default x64 (~370 MB):
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7ow3vv-_W7ObzBFcy1JeWJHUk0
Filename: BskqwQjYK5.7z
SHA-256 checksums
7-Zip archive:
9E63550BF9D6BA8C612498B202F7AC3F9515B7F7DA5F0377365FD441D5D08E49
.iso file:
C7E3BE0987F0A9D0E62BA7A11359C460C3E9DF410C82259A19273B1A4EF6C645

Plus (~674 MB):
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7ow3vv-_W7OOXNGYjZMQzFkclE
Filename: OG21TjIBrh.7z
SHA-256 checksums
7-Zip archive:
B6534AE9F4F831D4F1CAD1B50F9EF5128A13117032DC065391183FE1AC971734
.iso file:
C2BE15F6592B5128DDFD144FBFD7C6C00749EC16C6486EF136F065D466582277

Password: Backup&Encrypt

Anfinuo

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I am using ABP and AV, but the average Joe here might not. I don´t need your images really, I was just trying to help others that can´t create a boot variant on their own so that they can download your image. I wonder though, you don´t upload to Google Drive because of "darkside tendencies", yet share files for people here on a host that clearly uses ugly advertising technologies to sites you can call more than just shady and which contain possible viruses? I mean, wtf?
1. If average Joe, or Jane, doesn't know that (s)he needs protection in Internet too, then (s)he's better off not messing with encryption.
2. If you stop worrying about \trying to help everyone, and everything, you'll have a better life. Ironically, those around you probably too.
3. If you detected malware, report it. It happens even to big, "non shady" services:
http://arstechnica.com/security/2016/03/big-name-sites-hit-by-rash-of-malicious-ads-spreading-crypto-ransomware/
4. Advertising is nothing new, or necessary bad. Without it maaany websites would not be here. And I prefer a "hot babes near your home" pop-up, over giving Google (just for starters) my phone, shoe, and suit number.

geeky
Hi. Here is GD links, as you wanted.
Like he wrote - he doesn't need them :]

Anfinuo
Someone had to do it. I do it from technical account, it lock/ban will not cost me anything.
I don't give a flying "duck". I don't make a buck from those files, so mirror them as you wish.

geeky

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@alkoro, thanks for that:) Was just about to do it myself;)

@Anfinuo: I strongly believe in helping people, you get what you give in your life and after your life. No, the people around me would be hungry my friend, because I mainly help homeless people and refugees, and they are thankful for it. So your advise about that I should be a egoistic retard, would not really work out here. Sorry, I am not just like that and seriously hope the major part of the humans on this planet are not like that as well and don´t follow your ugly advise about that. Btw, we wouldn´t have diskcryptor at all if ntldr would also have followed that kind of advise.

Also, if you fear Google so much and are such a computer geek, you should know that you can just take Tor, go to crazymailing.com to get a temp email, then sign up for a fake Google account and upload your files. That easy it can be, without annoying pop-ups and without giving Google anything useful.
« Last Edit: April 02, 2016, 09:45:34 am by geeky »

Anfinuo

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Calm down, o "saint" geeky, because people do more than you, and don't brag about it. Furthermore, this in not the place for a list of your "holy deeds".
Also, try to read what's written, not what fit's your "agenda", and stop living in a childish, "binary" world - not worrying\trying to help everyone != not worrying\trying to help anyone.
And BTW, we wouldn't have this "crisis" about file hosting, if I would be what you suggest, and not a "holy, semi saint", so like I wrote above.

As for Google, I don't fear it, I just don't like what became of that company over the years, because I had used their "main" service since they didn't even have mail accounts, so I have a solid foundation for that dislike.
I'm not "such a computer geek", I don't think I'm even a geek, but I think you're confusing me with someone else, geeky. Also, it looks like you still need to expand your IT knowledge, this time about "online tracking". Start with: "cookie", "supercookie", "browser fingerprint".
As for TOR, I use TAILS, does that meet with your "holy geekiness" ?

jjj

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Awesome package Anfinuo, thanks for sharing!

The drives keep disappearing after 10 seconds or so.

I started a post over here...https://diskcryptor.net/forum/index.php?topic=5482.0

But if you guys can help that would be great!

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Thanks for the iso. I tried the plus right now.

At first I did not had keyboard and mouse support, because both are connected to an USB hub. After connecting the mouse directly to the USB-port it worked fine.

Then I tried to mount my Samsung 850 evo SSD, but it did not show up in DC. In the computermanager I found it, but it was described as unformatted (of course, it is encrypted) but also as "not initialized".

I did not try to initialize the SSD, because I was afraid to break my installation on that drive.

So is this normal? What happens if I initialize the SSD? Will after that DC find the SSD and can mount it? Or is it broken at that moment when I do this?

What would be the standard rescue-way? Is in the PE-system my NAS network-storage reachable? I think the network did not work. when I searched for it.

Thanks.

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1. Look at that thread jjj posted.
2. There are different opinions what initializing "really" does, but if only doesn't work while under PE, I wouldn't.
3.
Created PE main features:
    [...]
    • for increased security, removed networking bits,
« Last Edit: April 20, 2016, 03:57:25 am by Anfinuo »

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Thank you. So what is the solution? How can I get a working PE with network and correct SSD DC-mounting?

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How can I get a working PE with network and correct SSD DC-mounting?
If the optical media solution didn't work, create PE with network and correct SSD DC mounting yourself.