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File: 6e77ce442375ca9⋯.jpg (95.81 KB, 720x1280, 9:16, 806027210_204589.jpg)

 No.47509[View All]

https://github.com/fatum2/fatum-en/blob/master/docs/fatum_theory.txt

theory and source code for fatum bot

The Fatum Project was born as an attempt to research unknown spaces outside predetermined probability-tunnels of the holistic

world and has become a fully functional reality-tunnel creating machine that digs rabbit holes to wonderland.

feel free to reverse image search

this isnt close to our best find

basically we generate attractor points using qnrg and visit these random places to break out of predetermined probability tunnel

It consists of technical, causal and memetic parts

use bot to generate attractor points using quantum random number generator, visit these locations and break out of your predetermined reality tunnel

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 No.49408

>>48382

Knock on their door. Say you're a home inspector from the city and is it alright if you take a quick look around. Have a clipboard with some official looking documents on it.

If that doesn't work, wait until they aren't home and come through a window.

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 No.49411

>>49394

Three days later she writes an over-the-top feminism article with an eye-catching headline, several paragraphs of filler about the history of all three waves of feminism, and finally one paragraph about AOC and a sentence about dress codes at the end. Then she updates the Fatum article with a graph showing her traffic spike on the day her political bait article starts getting attention. Apparently all that positivity, good luck and attention wasn't enough for her.

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 No.49495

>>49394

Maybe if you go into the experiment focusing on an intent or positive goal then it may influence your future?

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 No.49520

>not even using a proxy

>stable 5/5 wi-fi connection

>can't connect

Aw shit, I guess I will have to spend more time on it than I thought. Guess I'll dick around in the configs later.

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 No.49540

I hate to be that guy, but until this becomes easier to use, I won't bother.

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 No.49544

>>49540

How would you suggest it becomes 'easier to use'?

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 No.49550

>>49544

Make it a simple program you can run in a terminal, rather than going through all the chatbot bullshit

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 No.49583

File: 031097f6d0074cf⋯.jpg (133.53 KB, 1200x674, 600:337, Db06Ky7W4AAUZR_.jpg)

This is fucking cool, but it keeps pointing me to hard to reach places like beyond rivers, highways, and on private property.

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 No.49590

>>49550

Honestly, if you can't even pass the chatbot IQ test, you don't really have what it takes to be a quantum-leaping timelord.

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 No.49591

>>49590

This.

The Fatum Project should keep its "unconventionality" in order to spook away the normalfaggots that can't even do some very basic configuration.

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 No.49592

>>49590

>>49591

If you think normalfags would be even remotely interested in this, you're not as smart as you think you are. Also you're making the mistake of conflating intelligence with interest in technology.

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 No.49595

>>49592

>I'm interested in the random number generator

>but I'm "not interested" in setting it up

It's not only about the intelligence, it's also about the willpower, you can't do anything complicated if you are lacking in any of the above.

So you are interested? Then do you want to use the quantum random number generator or not? Silently make up your mind and stop shitting the thread.

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 No.49598

>>49595

Willpower is a finite resource, anon - and a quantum random number generator is pretty low on my list of priorities.

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 No.49604

File: d7e7c8807171d3b⋯.png (1.49 MB, 750x1334, 375:667, 8C2645DD-E0E7-4FCA-BB88-FF….png)

Tried it today for the first time with a friend we walked some spots. Didn’t noticed anything strange but my friend had a really awesome business idea I won’t talk about here. Happened before we reached the first spot

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 No.49615

seems like bullshit to me

how do you take advantage of trillions of micro-effects to get a specific macro effect without using billions of dollars in equipment?

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 No.49627

>>49615

Basically it's a way to trick yourself into subconsciously creating thoughtforms. Similar to how ritual works.

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 No.49656

File: 1c43f1ba40bc2ec⋯.jpg (72.22 KB, 800x600, 4:3, disappointed-looking IGN g….jpg)

>>49591

Normalfags think terminals are disgusting. More over, it's only normalfags who own a mobile phone. What would be easier to them about messaging some guy's chatbot through a phone program than compiling one theirself and running it in a terminal?

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 No.49657

File: 36e3e00752e6b69⋯.png (223.49 KB, 1277x711, 1277:711, 1476395885981.png)

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@Synchronicity_Bot

https://t.me/Synchronicity_Bot

/help

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 No.49681

>>49657

Doesn't this require inputting our location? How do we know the bot isn't logging that?

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 No.49696

>>49657

>Parralell

paral·lel

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 No.49705

File: cd1204605e34d94⋯.jpg (41.45 KB, 640x640, 1:1, photo_2017-11-14_18-22-16.jpg)

>>49681

yeah youre right it does require your location.

you cant know that you just have to trust or fuck off

i dont see even see any history of my own location requests

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 No.49706

>>49657

I was 10 in 1995 and don't remember anything like that. I certainly haven't noticed an increase in spirituality among people.

P.s.: The guy in the bottom right was probably abducted.

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 No.49749

>>49657

>4th pic

>Perfect Timeline

>Our timeline

>in any way "perfect"

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 No.49858

Also worried about malicious code fucking up my PC like some other anon mentioned.

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 No.49863

>>49858

this is a persecutory delusion

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 No.49868

Guys, just learn basic C# and read the source code.

It's a reverse shell that uses Telegram as a C2 server.

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 No.49879

File: c700a6a1a7afa38⋯.jpg (50.02 KB, 590x700, 59:70, hair fuck .jpg)

>>49868

>ust learn basic C#

just learn a fucking computer language

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 No.49897

>>49879

Well this program's actually pretty simple despite its premise, to the point where their writing style suggests they're absolute beginners who just figured out how to disguise a simple Telegram RAT as a quantum-woo bot.

For those who won't want to take the time to learn what "Telegram.Bot.Types.InputFiles.InputOnlineFile" or "message.From.FirstName.ToString" means, this thing:

>Dumps your full name (or whatever you told Telegram your name is) to the logs, along with your physical location in the form of a Russian Wikimapia link.

>Along with the "intended" use, listens for the command "mnts DEFAULTKEY12345" and enables "mnts" commands when sent, and tells the victim that the Fatum devs enabled maintenance mode. The key is changeable for deniability purposes, though very few people are going to do so.

>Allows attackers to send "mnts fetch [file]" to read files, in most cases the log.txt that has your name and a ready-to-read map link to your address in the attacker's native language.

>Allows attackers to send "mnts whosthere [folder path]" to get folder contents.

>Allows attackers to send "mnts whereami" to get the program directory and find the logs without having to dig around with whosthere.

Of course someone might try to defend it as a debugging tool, but why have the ability to check any directory instead of only fetch log.txt from where the config says it is? And why log users' full names?

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 No.49916

>>47509

Does anyone know if that's a common design in the pic? A few days after seeing this thread I saw the exact same one as an ear ring on a woman at work.

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 No.49917

>>49916

The fact that it's common should tell you that it's a common design…

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 No.49918

>>49917

Is it common? I've never seen it before this thread and that lady.

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 No.49986

>>49897

Is there a way to reimplement this idea in a less invasive or safer way?

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 No.49989

>>49986

Replace Telegram with plain C# input and print statements, remove all remote access capability and do everything locally. Remove the code that stores your name and physical location in the logs.Remove fetch, whosthere, and whereami.

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 No.50510

Anyone can share the Fatum2 master.zip source.Github link is down for some reason.

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 No.50513

>>50510

I've got it, but you know his account was banned for hosting malware right?

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 No.50514

>>50513

Do you have a single fact to back that up?

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 No.50515

>>50513

Nope no idea. I build the Bot from Telegram and configure Fatum.It says run Fatum.exe but there is just Fatum.exe.config in files.So i think i might get wrong zip file or missing.

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 No.50553

File: 5cadb50926c1fde⋯.mp4 (3.27 MB, 854x480, 427:240, Deus Ex - Backed Up Fact -….mp4)

>>50514

Don't believe me? It's all in the souce code.

>>49897

>>50515

If you built it, then where's the exe?

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 No.50748

>>50513

>>49897

This is a shame if true, I had high hopes for collaborating with this project after seeing it elsewhere. I spoke to the guy a bit the other day and kind of assume he's on the up-and-up, though perhaps a bit of a novice at app development and just picked the easiest-or-most-accessible possible way to do something.

If you want something based on the same stated principle without potential malware involved have a look at https://www.quatism.com/lottery.htm

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 No.50751

>>50748

Telegram bots are more complicated than input loops, so if he's taking the simplest route the client/server model clearly exists for a reason. The fact that the initial Github upload already included the dox logger suggests that it was done intentionally by the creator and not an act of vandalism.

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 No.50763

Fatum was reuploaded the same day OP's link got banned. Here's the new link for investigative purposes: https://github.com/JamalYusuf/Fatum

It still has the name and location grabber and the remote file viewer, download at your own risk.

So apparently Fatum is connected to a LARP called "thegame23", "Project 2020" and "The Metagame". It is a self-proclaimed "open-source ARG" and "meme magic reality hacking wargame". The amount of material created for this LARP is huge, spread out over multiple social media pages, subreddits, blogs, Pastebin links, Google Docs full of lore, and miscellaneous links I don't have the time to go through. They also make heavy use of a certain butterfly symbol also used by the trolls who screwed with Hanz.

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 No.50765

>>50763

Correction, three days after /x/ caught on to the tracking script. It actually took until the 26th to get banned, not the 19th. My mistake.

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 No.50780

anyone got some pictures? I really want to see those place i shouldn't have seen in my reality.

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 No.50784

>>50763

Once again my laziness and paranoia saved me.

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 No.50788

It just hit me that despite the author's name being Jamal Yusuf and living in Charlotte NC the logged map links with the locations commands are sent from have a query string telling Wikimapia to set its language to Russian. The blog linked on his Github has been inactive for four years, and his Github itself was barely active for three years, until he posted Fatum.

There's also a liability clause. If someone gets your information from the bot, then you willingly gave it to them according to the agreement.

>Warning: By using this software you automatically agree to take all responsibility of its usage and any consequences of its work.

>You agree that Developers of this software are not responsible for any effects of visiting generated locations or any other actions in the context of using this software.

>You agree that all users of this software can access any functionality provided, including settings changes, all types of random points generation and maintenance functions, and all that functionality you provide to them by your own will, regardless of whether you understand how it works or not.

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 No.50789

>>50788

It's probably unironically a Russian intelligence agency.

>get anons to engage in reality-bending LARP

>nevermind the actual potential of the notion

>say the coordinates are based on groups of random locations

>it's really just intelligence targets they want to probe

>random anons go to those locations, take photos, and send back to Russian controllers

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 No.50796

>>50789

I checked, the RNG itself isn't rigged and it's pulled from the Australian National University. Fatum just logs your name and location in addition to being a random coordinate generator. If anything, the users themselves are the intelligence targets.

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 No.50797

>>50796

So Russian government agencies are building an army of guinea pigs disconnected from destiny

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 No.54892

Let's talk about this fucking thread. Why do the Russians want to know the co-ordinates of dumbasses on /x/? What happened to the people who really did this?

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 No.54912

>>54892

ITT: fucking dumbasses giving cianiggers their addresses

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