In case it's news, there doesn't seem to be any spam checking on club
mail. Just received a spam with no X-Spamd- headers. Not a great
bother for me but maybe something's broken?
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Founded in 2014, It is a nonprofit organization that advocates the protection of consumers' rights and access to Kratom. It has made it its mission to provide accurate information and promote safety, advocacy, and education regarding Kratom. They also provide educational resources to consumers, lawmakers, and law makers. It is dedicated to Kratom globally.
This organization has created the Kratom Consumer Council, which is a national grassroots movement. The council has made it its goal to educate consumers, growers, and manufacturers about the benefits of kratom. Its mission is to ensure that the United States of America does not ban kratom or other natural products that promote health and wellness. It also has a mailing list to provide the latest information on Kratom to its members. It also provides an online form to contact a congressional representative. The organization accepts donations via PayPal or wire transfer. It also has an online store where consumers can purchase Kratom.
It is a non-profit organization that is made up of individuals and organizations. Its board of directors sets the goals for the organization, while Peter Candland, its executive director, is responsible for day-to-day operations. It has also adopted a code of conduct to ensure that the organization remains professional. Its members have a responsibility to follow the code of conduct in order to maintain a positive image of Kratom. It has also established a website where consumers can learn more about Kratom and how to best use it.
The organization also works with reputable vendors to ensure that consumers have safe and reliable kratom products. It ensures that its vendors adhere to the good manufacturing process standards. It also ensures that manufacturers undergo an official audit.
It also educates consumers, law makers, and manufacturers about the benefits of Kratom. It believes that consumers are often overlooked by the United States government. It also believes that private parties do not prioritize the needs of their consumers. It hopes to change this mindset and empower consumers. The organization also works to restore consumer rights in the United States. It believes that by providing education, the attitudes of consumers, growers, and manufacturers will change. It hopes to protect the rights of consumers in the United States and to become a model for other countries.
The organization has created an email newsletter, which is available on their website. You can sign up for the newsletter on their website or by sending a pre-written letter. It offers a variety of ways to contribute, including donating money, joining their mailing list, or attending their events. It is also seeking captains for each congressional district to help with the organization's events. Those captains are expected to adhere to the code of conduct and agree to promote the meetings.
It hopes to establish a positive kratom policy across the globe. The organization believes that kratom can help alleviate pain, improve sleep, and improve mood. It also believes that consumers can make better choices about the products they purchase.
I got this email last night. It is **not** from our noble tilde hosts.
Don't fall for it!
> **Incoming Email Notification: elb(a)tilde.club
> **Five (5) Encryped Messages Received!.
> [Check Encrypted Messages]
> These notifications can be turned off by logging into your account and
> disabling the daily notification setting.
> Encrypted message notifications are newly added to mailserver for
> additional protection for sensitive emails.
> Note that unread messages will be deleted automatically.
> Best regards,
> The tilde.club Mail Team
Any spelling or grammatical errors found in the above post are
deliberate and included to boost the self‑esteem of those who spot
Just a quick announcement that I have disabled the ability for users to
use port forwarding over SSH. It keeps being abused to run things like
VPN's and such that I have to turn it off.
If you have a valid reason to still need this service please email
root(at)tilde.club and we can discuss its need on a case by case basis.
Fellow tilde.club users,
Since joining tilde.club, I have found it's a fun community that is
old-school-tech oriented (not going to find gopher sites on modern
social media, lol). What do most people do with their tilde? Web
development, email, learning Linux, or just hang out on IRC? I was just
curious :) Plus if there's something I haven't tried I figure this will
When trying to use SSH from within a company network that only allows web
traffic, is just connecting to an SSH server over port 80/443 "good
enough" in 2022?
Some networks block all outbound connections except for web traffic
(usually port 80/443), so to get SSH clients around this we run the
OpenSSH server on those ports. SSH clients can then make connections
from within the limited network either directly to the server, or if an
HTTP(s) proxy is required, use something like Proxytunnel.
However, in modern networks there are content filtering firewalls now
filtering at the application layer that looks for SSH traffic (and
sometimes specifically proxied traffic). SonicWall does this.
In practice, does anyone here ever run into that or does simply running
SSH over HTTP ports just work? Is there proxy software that encodes the
SSH protocol in a *true* HTTP protocol that would still work where
application layer filtering is operating? I'm curious how reality compares
to all of the theoretical.
 SonicWall SSH Blocking