LeftHack wrote

Reply to by stoned_chief

None. The right will get their boog long before the left get their rev.


LeftHack wrote

7-Eleven phone doesn't need ID proof, they're all unlocked, I've been doing these for years. Also, local phone shops like the ones run by Chinese or Korean do not require your ID to purchase an unlocked phone.

Go into a 7-Elevent store, purchase a dumbphone or smartphone, purchase a SIM and $25 plan. Most 7-11 has Wifi in their store so you can do it right there. If not, go somewhere with Wifi and do it over Tor. You'll need a IMEI generator like this. All top-ups can be done through phone anonymously.


LeftHack wrote

Reply to comment by celebratedrecluse in by !deleted23972

Note that it's from CBD extract, if you smoke weed with high THC it doesn't really help.

Also, the research hasn't been peer-reviewed yet but hopefully once finished it can be widely developed


LeftHack wrote

Have you tried SSH tunneling? Set up an SSH server at home device (the guide is for Debian-based distro but other Linux distros should have similar setup). Let's say you have home SSH server as home.com and username as user, your dynamic port forwarding with SSH would be like this:

ssh -D 8080 user@home.com

It's important that you pick the default ports like 22, 21, 443, 80 and 8080 because school firewall often block other ports. If that one didn't work then try out all the default/open ports.

Best thing here is that ssh command can be run on any platform without admin/root access. On Linux you can run in CLI, on Windows if you have access to CMD (make an basic batch file on school's computer desktop and rename to file.bat), or just run portable version of PuTTY. And on Android you can use Termux.

After you run the ssh command, go to your fav browser and setup proxy option, select SOCKS, set host to or localhost, and set port to 8080 or your selected one. Save the setting and try the content you wish to use.

Ah btw, there is a tiny trick that might work, just for fun, some firewalls use host based blocking so let's say you want to go to https://duckduckgo.com, you can 'bypass' by adding a dot or two at the end of the domain, like this https://duckduckgo.com.