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[–] DrSelfAppointed [S] 1 points 36 points (+37|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Source tech from garage sales and thrift shops with shit tier security cameras. Be always vigilant & paranoid, Goats

Edit: Or you do what u/tinfoil_hats suggests

Edit2: Ha! Fucked up Truth


[–] obvious-throwaway- 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I plan on handing these out in front of the local Walmart, but I don't want anyone tracing them back to my printer, advice?

EDIT: Subtlety is a lost art... I plan on handing these out in the front of Walmart to people walking into the store because there is


with handing out a piece of paper that says, "it's ok to be white." The idea that this wouldn't be ok is absolute bullshit and I encourage you all to print the fuck out of these and hand them out everywhere. Put your fucking name in the bottom corner for all it matters. Send a copy to the NSA and FBI. There is NOTHING WRONG with this.


[–] DrSelfAppointed [S] 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

Best stuff I am hearing so far is stencil and paint. Once you make the stencil you could probably churn out a damn good amount with a brush or spray can. It would be easier and look better than hand written, don't want to rep whites as shit.


[–] Firevine 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Source second hand like stated, stick to Brother lasers due to no electronics on the cartridges, get remanufactured or chinaman compatibles, install the barebones minimum drivers for your printer to function, use it from a device disconnected from the internet.


[–] KosherHiveKicker 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Score an old second-hand printer from a garage sale/thrift shop.... PUMP out your prints and DUMP the printer in the trash.


[–] Adam_Jensen_ 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Couldn't they retrace you by camera?


[–] SonOfSnowden 1 points 7 points (+8|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Infosec here... two things wrong with this.

  1. Printer stenography is only used in matters of critical importance because you literally need to be the FBI, Secret Service or Federal Marshalls just to have access to that technology. Even printer manufacturers don't have the implementation details readily available and you'd likely have to do firmware reverse engineering to tease them out. Just because it gets all of the racist leftist's panties in a twist does not a crime make... even though it can seem that way sometimes.

  2. There is nothing even remotely criminal about this. I WOULD DARE any cop stupid enough to arrest someone for this because it would be the easiest lawsuit in history to file for malicious prosecution. Furthermore, this is such clearly 1st amendment protected speech (U.S.A. obv.), that any judge or administrator who tries to punish someone for this should be fired immediately.


[–] Gargilius 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

No need to go all fancy here: the dots can be seen with some magnification; look at the dots on the incriminating document to be traced, look at the dots from documents you print out of a selected list of suspects' own printers until you get a match. That advanced technology is called a magnifying glass and some patience.

Now, if you want to retrieve info from a manufacturer database and from there cross reference from traceable purchases, this is a different matter altogether. But just matching two printouts ain't that hard.


[–] OldGoatNewCoat 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

I assume Postal Inspectors would also have access to it, for obvious reasons. Little-known fact is that PIs are federal agents, basically FBI.


[–] NotoriousIUD 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Or use a black and white copier. Not in b&w but an actual b&w machine that doesn't have any other color toners.

The micro dots used are color most of the time, usually yellow because they're hard to see.


[–] odinist 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Exactly. It's only color printers that do this, as it is a safeguard against (shitty) counterfeiting.