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new hikki board?
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new hikki board?

1 Name: Anonymous : 2019-09-25 08:31
Anyone know where all the hikkis migrated to, now that hikkichan and 8chan are gone? I'm not quite a hikki myself, but I could certainly relate, plus some of them had some very interesting thoughts.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2019-09-25 11:20
Try nanochan. And picochan, once hes done with it!
3 Name: Anonymous : 2019-09-25 16:04
https://uboachan.net/hikki/
4 Name: Anonymous : 2019-09-25 17:34
>>2
Having to use tor to access an imageboard is stupid
5 Name: Anonymous : 2019-09-26 04:33
https://neet.moe/
There’s a thread you could’ve asked this in.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2019-10-09 22:16
>>4
why is it stupid to use the tor browser to access an imageboard?
7 Name: poop face : 2020-04-15 15:52
Poopface was here!!!!!!!!!
8 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-16 02:37
>>6
Not him but IMHO using tor browser itself is very stupid. Why would you willingly get on the same watchlist as skiddies, criminals and undercover spies if you aren't one of those?
9 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-16 03:14
>>8
Tor by itself isn't necessarily implicative of shady activity (and merely using it probably doesn't put yourself on a watchlist, since by definition the onion routing protocol cloaks the source [granted the feds probably control a number of intermediary nodes which would then allow for timing correlation attacks at best, or total visibility if they control the entire circuit at worst – but so long as you're not visiting honeypot sites then you're probably fine]).

The main issues I feel with using Tor to access an imageboard are its inconvenience and the need to install yet another piece of software (in this case the local onion proxy) for something that could work just as well on the "clearnet." There /are/ supposed clearnet relays for tor but they've never worked when I've tried them, and the latency/throughout of webpages over Tor is pretty terrible anyhow so it doesn't seem to be a good fit for imageboards anyhow (maybe textboards might be fine though).
10 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-17 09:14
>>8
The majority of Tor users in the west are probably just privacy pseuds who think posting on imageboards will create any sort of long term implications, while the truth is that nobody gives a crap unless you're running for President. I doubt they even care about people doing illegal stuff that much. But people suck so maybe it's the other way around.
11 Name: Paperplane : 2020-04-30 06:25
The only verified tor users on imagboards I know of are the onions on Kohlchan. If they post on /int/, instead of a flag they get an onion. And they are 99% pedos, posting CP and stuff. The admins/mods as6o use tor, actively defend pedos (it's basically confirmed tbat they post in the CP threads) and the site needed to change hosts once because a user reported the CP to the host. So my view of tor users that lurk Imageboards is biased as hell but I have a basis for my opinion.

Aside from that I too don't really see what the benefit is supposed to be. To make it more obscure maybe?
12 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-30 07:55
>>11

Imho, inasmuch as I wish for Tor to be normalised, all Tor users end up to be nonces and/or other illegal $hit as they are only people who have this particular threat model.

Fuck nonces the most tho, as they are the most destructive/anoying part in running any board or imageboard.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-30 17:11
>>12
nonces
Never heard that term before outside of a crypto context. Wonder if there's any relation between the two.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-30 18:37
>>13
Dunno if it's related, 'nonces' as a slang for 'pedos' is mostly used in great britain.

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