Table of Contents
- 1 About Us
- 2 Getting Started
- 5 General Netiquette
- 5.5 Do not SHOUT!
- 5.6 Do Not Be Lazy
- 4.1 Bug Reporting Etiquette
- 2.3 Issues with Activating Your Account or Signing In
- 3 Finding What You Need
- 4 Requesting Help
- 5 How You Can Help Us
- 6 Staff
- 7 Contacting Us
- 8 Making a Donation or Purchasing a Paid Membership
- 9 Membership Types
- 10 Features
- 12 Copyright Policy
- 13 Downloading
1 About Us
In this technological age it is important that your internet security is not compromised. Our Forums comprise of a large friendly and knowledgeable community of members that bring a large variety of easy to use wireless penetration testing tools and Linux distributions as well as provide helpful information and support to those who need it.
1.1 What is Xiaopan?
Xiaopan OS was created by Djyuzi from anywlan.com in late 2011 in the absence of another popular Tiny Core Linux (TCL) build called Beini. Djyuzi realised that Beini was currently outdated and no longer being developed and decided to fill the gap. Our aim is further develop Xiaopan and provide excellent support to users worldwide, particularly to those who use the English language.
Xiaopan OS is an easy to use software package for beginners and experts that includes a number of advanced hacking tools to penetrate wireless networks. Based on the Tiny Core Linux (TCL) operating system (OS), it has a slick graphical user interface (GUI) requiring no need for typing Linux commands. Xiaopan OS is Windows, Mac and Linux compatible and users can simply install and boot this ~70mb OS through a USB pen drive or in a virtual machine (VM) environment.
There are a number of operating systems that have been developed specifically for hacking which all are based on Linux. These include BackTrack and WiFiway. What sets Xiaopan OS apart from its competitors is that it Xiaopan OS is simple to use and just works, depending on a number of variables and providing you have all the right hardware of course.
- Reaver: newly developed application with the ability to brute force crack WPS (WPA / WPA2) pins.
- Inflator: this is the GUI version of command line reaver.
- Aircrack-ng: the major backbone of many other Xiaopan tools including FeedingBottle (FB) and Minidwep with the ability to attack WPA networks through a dictionary attack and WEP networks through collecting and injecting packets.
- FeedingBottle: so easy a baby could use it! FB is essentially the Aircrack-ng GUI and was created by Beini.
- Minidwep: is similar to FB but has a better and similar GUI that is even easier to use than FB. The added advantage of Minidwep is that you can also run Reaver and Inflator and perform dictionary attacks from here as well.
- Xfe: this is a simple file manager similar to say windows explorer.
1.1.3 Other Tools
From Xiaopan 0.4.3 onwards, there will be the following new tools to enhance user experience.
- Pidgin: Multi messenger client
- Firefox: Browse the internet
- Flash support: Able to view Flash animations and videos on Youtube.
- Appbrowser: Install any app from any Tiny Core repo
- Virtual desktops: Great way to clean up the clutter and utilise more desktop space
- Text Editor: Editor to view and create text documents
- Music player: What more needs to be said, best have the music in a USB and mounted in Xiaopan.
1.1.4 Pronouncing Xiaopan
You can pronounce it any way you like. However, if you are creating videos or screencasts it is best to get the pronunciation right. The word derives from the Chinese language and is pronounced Xi?o pàng ??. Hear the phonetic version to get a better idea of how it is pronounced. In English translation, Xiaopan means chubby or little fatty.
2 Getting Started
Anyone is welcome to view the resources on xiaopan.co but to fully maximise your Xiaopan experience it is best to signup to the Xiaopan Forums to access additional features such as:
- Viewing and download attachments / links
- Filling a Support Request through the Support Form
- Begin private Personal Conversations with individuals or add any number of participants
- View and Chat in our live Shoutbox
- View images full size
- Subscribe to threads
- Participate in Forum discussions
2.1 Signing Up
Signing up is easy. All you need to do is:
- Click on the Log in or Sign up in the middle of the top of the page.
- Add your email address. (be sure it is correct as well as not being a disposable email address).
- Select No, create an account now.
- Click the black Sign Up button.
- Enter a username (this will be case sensitive when you login).
- Fill out the rest and leave the Steam field empty.
- Tick agree to the Terms and Rules.
- Click Sign Up.
Now you will have to open your email client or service and look for the email sent to you from adrian (at) xiaopan.co and click on the activation link. If you do not do this you will not be able to access downloads or view links. Sometimes this email might end up in your junk or spam folder.
However, if you still cannot find it you can click on the Resend Confirmation Email on this page. In the highly unlikely event you are still having issues send us a message here with the email address you attempted to signup with and we will be happy to activate your account manually.
2.1.1 Signing In
Signing up is easy. All you need to do is:
- Click on the Log in or Sign up in the middle of the top of the page.
- Enter your email address or username and password and you will be logged in
- Login via Facebook
- Login via Twitter
- Login via Google
- Login via VK (Similar to Facebook, very popular Russian social network)
- Login via Steam
5 General Netiquette
Here are some general guidelines derived from the RFC 1855: Netiquette Guidelines.
5.1 Search, Browse and Read Before You Post
see: Finding What You Need
5.2 Use Meaningful Titles For Threads
Titles should be informative and informative for current and future users. It is also gives off an impression on the type of person you are. If you write ‘xiaopn does nt work’ you will not be held with high respect in the community and people may deliberately ignore your thread. It also causes more work for moderators and they might simply delete your thread.
So Remember, a title:
- Summarises a topic
- Must be in title case and use the correct spelling
- Informative and detailed without being too long
- Helps others find information easier
5.3 Provide context when replying to posts
If you are responding to someone else’s comment you can use the quote button to notify them that they have quoted you as well as provide context for others. But only quote important parts you are responding to. You do not need to quote someone’s entire post. You can also tag members (more info) in post in the same method as you do in Twitter and Facebook by typing @username. They will be notified and be able to respond to your post.
5.4 Challenge the Argument, Not People
Do not attack other people by saying they are idiots. Explain why to the rest of the readers explain why you disagree with them in a polite and professional manner. Also it helps if you backup your claim with supporting evidence within Xiaopan or other websites / sources. You are also welcome to use our Post Rating Icons to express your emotion or thanks in a post or thread.
5.5 Do not SHOUT!
Please do not use capitalisation or large font sizes, for your titles and forum posts. Exclamation points are good for emphasising a particular point or word. Bud please refrain overusing exclamation points as it is considered shouting and it is also hard to read.
You can also use bold or italics to emphasise a particular point but do not use a combination of expressive ways. E.g: HELLO!!. Also keep text colour to a minimum and only use colours that have good readability properties.
5.6 Do Not Be Lazy
Remember that staff are not paid and we provide support and information with the kindness of our hearts. We also dedicate much of our free time to the site. So prepare to do some legwork yourself. Read this Wiki, read the Xiaopan OS Wiki, search in google for more information. A request for how to install Xiaopan or other simple issues have been answered numerous times and your request will be ignored. Invest the same amount of time as you would expect us to give you in a detailed reply. When you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to make a tutorial or provide useful information for the benefit of the community by all means post and use the 5 General Netiquette guidelines.
5.7 Spelling & Grammar
We understand that many of our members come from other countries where English is not their first language. But please attempt to try your best. If you spell Xiaopan wrong that will be considered as someone who is careless and not trying to make an effort. Remember, the better the spelling and grammar the easier it is to read and provide the same level of spelling and grammar as a response.
Google Translate is not a perfect resource but it can help a lot for those who need additional help.
5.8 Warning Points
Warning Points are a way of trying to keep users accountable for their actions. Members who:
- Accumulate 8 warning points at any given time will be banned for 14 days.
- Accumulate 10 warning points will be banned for 28 days.
- Warning posts are automatically deleted 2 months after they are incurred.
- Members who have been banned twice will incur a life and IP ban to their account/s.
- Post nothing too illegal or dangerous (8 warning points)
- Do not use a disposable email address (no warning, life ban, see 2.3.4 Banned Email Addresses)
- No porn or indecent profile pics (8 warning points)
- Users must not post personal information such as phone numbers and email addresses of others unless they have permission to do so (7 warning points)
- Try to use correct spelling and punctuation. see Don’t be lazy. (1 warning point)
- No racism, fighting or threatening users. (10 warning points)
- No spamming, you can write an article about your goods and services but be detailed and make sure it relates to the content of Xiaopan Forums and posted in either the Introduce Yourself of Buy, Sell, Trade and Share threads (5 warning points)
- Keep things on topic. E.g. talking about a new intel device and someone starts talking about smurfs, that is an example of being off topic . We allow it up to a point if it is somewhat related. Off topic is allowed in the Introduce Yourself, The Off Topic Lounge threads as well as live chat and our ShoutBox
- Sharing of accounts, particularly premium memberships (life ban)
- Do not ask how to hack neighbours wifi or to hack for malicious purposes (2 warning points)
- Do not harass members via instant messenger for help or downloads (5 warning points)
2.2.1 Advertising Rules
You are welcome to advertise your goods or services providing you do so in the Introduce Yourself and Buy, Sell, Trade & Share Threads and also providing it does not include any illegal or questionable content. Ideally, it should compliment and enhance our aims, content and building a successful and friendly community.
2.2.2 Signature Rules
Signatures are a great way to let people know what hardware and what software you use. You can also add a link to your personal website or blog. However, it should compliment the style and content of the Forums.
- A maximum of 3 text lines or 70px in height for image signatures.
- They should be centred, not left or right aligned
- Accurate spelling and grammar
- No advertising or selling type slogans allowed
- The links and description should be accurate and not be linked to malicious or questionable sites
2.2.3 Live Chat Rules
Anyone can strike up a conversation with another user about anything. However, if you do not know the person or initiating a conversation for the first time you are not allowed to harass members via instant messenger for help or downloads. Failure to comply will result in warning points being applied to your account.
2.2.4 Shoutbox Rules
We allow anyone to discuss anything they like in Shoutbox, including off topic and random discussions. But the Shoutbox is not a support tool. If you are having issues or asking for help you need to read: Xiaopan Not Working, Need Help? Readme if the issue is Xiaopan or Beini related, then file a Support Request Forum if needed. Remember, the more information you give us, the more we will be able to identify what is wrong. As a guide, please read the Bug Report Etiquette page.
2.2.5 General Terms and Rules
These are what you agree to when you signup to Xiaopan Forums.
The providers (“we”, “us”, “our”) of the service provided by this web site (“Service”) are not responsible for any user-generated content (“Content”). Content posted express the views of their author only. You agree to not use the Service to post or link to any Content which is defamatory, abusive, hateful, threatening, spam or spam-like, likely to offend, contains adult or objectionable content, contains personal information of others, risks copyright infringement, encourages unlawful activity, or otherwise violates any laws.
We reserve the rights to remove or modify any Content posted for any reason without explanation. Requests for Content to be removed or modified will be undertaken only at our discretion. We reserve the right to take action against any account with the Service at any time. You are granting us with a non-exclusive, permanent, irrevocable, unlimited license to use, publish, or re-publish your Content in connection with the Service. You retain copyright over the Content.
All Content you submit or upload may be reviewed by staff members. Do not submit any Content that you consider to be private or confidential. These terms may be changed at any time without notice. If you do not agree with these terms, please do not register or use this Service. If you wish to close your account, please contact us.
4.1 Bug Reporting Etiquette
When submitting a bug report, the preferred template is as follows:
- Brief description
- Steps to reproduce
- Expected results
- Actual results
Be brief. Do not insert your own theory as to why something doesn’t work. This throws the developer off. Example: I do X, expect Y, but instead I get Z, therefore “x doesn’t accept booleans”. In the developer’s mind, because the very specific problem is booleans, he looks there first, sees there’s nothing wrong, ignores the rest. If you keep doing this it turns into “boy who cries wolf” syndrome, and people stop listening…
4.1.2 Steps to reproduce look like this
- Launch Renoise
- Open the demo song “Vivace – Jong Belegen”
- Press spacebar
- Click the Pattern Matrix Button
The more precise the better, the less precise the shittier.
4.1.3 Expected results
You expect something to happen. Describe it here.
4.1.4 Actual results
Instead, something else happens, and this is wrong. Describe it here.
4.1.5 Final considerations
Don’t post a bug report as a reply to some thread. Instead, start a new thread. This ensures someone actually looks at your issue. Also don’t start a new thread on a bug already reported in another thread, this will just make the programmer ignore you for ever.
Screenshots make the bug report 1000 times better. A video capture makes the bug report 100000 times better… but if you’re reporting bugs in command line applications just copy and paste, this way the content can be indexed by search engines and usable for other users and programmers.
When you pay for a coffee, you’re not paying for a future cup of coffee, those are bonus, they are not the product at the time of purchase. The same applies to the software industry. Reasonable cost of fixing the average bug in software industry: A day of work (8 hours) * 50€ = 400€ ==> this is below minimum wage and provably living in a squat or worse…
Enthusiasm for fixing poorly explained bugs with flamewar undertones at the same time as developing awesome new community driven features for next to nothing:
4.1.6 Different Kinds of Bug Reports
184.108.40.206 Smug Report
A bug submitted by a user who thinks he knows a lot more about the system’s design than he really does. Filled with irrelevant technical details and one or more suggestions (always wrong) about what he thinks is causing the problem and how we should fix it. by [aaronaught]
220.127.116.11 Drug Report
A report so utterly incomprehensible that whoever submitted it must have been smoking crack. The lesser version is a chug report, where the submitter is thought to have had one too many. by [aaronaught]
18.104.22.168 Shrug Report
A bug report with no error message or reproduce steps and only a vague description of the problem. Usually contains the phrase “doesn’t work.” by [aaronaught]
22.214.171.124 Fermat’s Last Post
A post to a bug tracker/email list/forum in which the author claims to have found a simple fix or workaround for a bug, but never says what it is and never shows up again to explain it (even after others have been puzzling over the bug for years). by [alan moore]
The case in a bug tracking system where a bug report remains “floating” at the top of the queue, but never gets assigned to a developer, maybe because there is a workaround in place.
2.3 Issues with Activating Your Account or Signing In
2.3.1 Activating Your Account
2.3.2 Unable to Sign in
Passwords and usernames are case sensitive. Meaning that if you signed up with the following:
- Username: Alananos
- Password: sdoDjwf
It must be entered as such. alananos with password sdodjwf will not work.
Therefore, it is best to use a combination that you can remember so that you minimise unnecessary frustration.
2.3.3 Forgot Your Password
If you have forgotten your password, you can use this form to reset your password. You will need to enter your username or email address. Then you will receive an email with instructions on how to reset it.
2.3.4 Banned Email Addresses
The following is a list of email addresses that are classed as disposable and will not work when you signup to Xiaopan Forums.
They are also highly unreliable wasting your time receiving an email activation that may never come. This will mean you cannot download or see the links until you confirm your membership. Also do not signup with a made up email address like firstname.lastname@example.org because simply you will not be able to use the Forums.
Many people use these to protect their main email addresses and protect them from spam. Many use them because they are quick to make and spammers use them frequently for bulk forum signups. If you have a big board, you will soon see yourself swimming in spam.
As a respectable XenForo forum owner who rarely emails users and takes pride in member privacy there is no need for disposable email addresses.
If someone can’t provide us with their real email address they get their account banned. Because they cannot receive email notifications and in most cases are there to leach or have no interest in being a valuable member of the community.
XenForo owners can add banned emails in their ACP in:
This will protect us from spam and people leeching from our site.
Banned Email Addresses (* Denotes wildcards)
(Last Update: 19/8/2012)
More will be added in the future. However, just signing up with a valid email address doesn’t mean you will not get banned in the future, please read our Forum Rules. Anyone attempting to share their account with others or posting login details on sites such as Bug Me Not will have their account banned
If you are worried about privacy, use the TOR project or a proxy and never use your real name or add your location to the site.
3 Finding What You Need
It is highly likely that your issue or what you are looking for is already on the site or in our Xiaopan Wiki. We use a custom Google search that spans both Xiaopan and DishingTech sites. This is generally located in the right hand side of the Forum page. It can also be accessed here in full screen. To narrow your search results you might want to use Boolean operators to improve your search results. Google has a wonderful resource to show you how to do this.
4 Requesting Help
You can request help in the Support Forum and use the Support Form, all threads eventually get answered a member of Staff or someone from within our community. You can ask for advise or help on small issues in Shoutbox, but remember that it is not to be used if you have a complex issue requiring lengthy information and a reply. Donator III and above members and above are allowed to request one-on-one help through Conversations or live chat from staff as they have purchased or achieved the privilege to do so.
5 How You Can Help Us
There are a number of ways you can help us and help others, we will list a few here:
- Sign up
- Become active through posting in the Forums
- Help others that ask for help in the Forums
- Become active in the Shoutbox
- Make posts in the Off Topic Lounge
- Add us on Facebook and/or Twitter
- Tweet about us or a post
- Share our Site on Facebook and/or Google+
- Notify us of site issues and possible solutions
- Suggest new features on the site and with Xiaopan
- Upload and host our downloads for additional mirrors
- Become familiar with the site features
- Become a Subscriber
Please check out our Staff Page to get to know us a little better. We are always looking for more Staff so if you can contribute in some way, let us know by contacting us.
7 Contacting Us
If you need to contact us directly you can do so when we invite you to. Generally there will be a Contact Us link where appropriate at the end of a section which you can use. Personal Conversations with staff must not be a personal request for help. This is why we developed the Support Forum and Support Form.
8 Making a Donation or Purchasing a Paid Membership
We welcome donations no matter how great or small it all helps. Money that is raised goes into covering the cost of paying for hosting fees, buying new addons and getting 3rd party IT help.
9 Membership Types
9.1 Unregistered Users
Unregistered users have the privilege of viewing the forums but they do not have access to:
- Viewing links and downloads
- Viewing Shoutbox
- Live Chat
- Become involved in Personal Discussions
- Submitting a Support Request
- As well as much more
9.2 Registered Users
Registered users have unrestricted access compared to unregistered / unconfirmed users. This is the basic account in which you will have full functionality of the Forums.
We offer a number of extra features for those members who want to go the extra mile and support the site. Below are a list of features available for those that upgrade their accounts.
One on One support – We will help to assist you personally in doing what you ultimately want with Xiaopan OS and the apps within it.
Software Requests – You can request hard to find, hard to install and paid software through a private message. We will do our best to find it for you.
Email Address – Have your own xiaopan.co email address
Disable Ads – As a premium member you are allowed to disable ads with adblocker which normal members cannot.
VIP Ribbon – To show how awesome you are, you will have a special VIP ribbon placed on your sidebar profile.
Post Edits – You will be allowed to edit and delete your posts past the 20 minutes mark of regular members.
Username Change – You can change your Forum username once every 7 days.
Trophy Points – As a way of saying thank you, you will receive trophy points as a reward.
Special Portal Layout – You will have assess to the portal and you can change elements around to suit your needs or style.
Custom Title You can have your own title
No Signature Restrictions – You will be allowed images, links and other media in your signature.
Promotion – You can promote content in the portal by clicking the Promote Thread button.
Edit & Delete Shoutbox Messages – You can delete and edit your own shoutbox messages.
9.3 Donator I, II & III
As a way of saying thank you, we offer extra features that you might find appealing for those who donate a certain amount. You also get a special badge on your Forum post profile that shows others of your generosity. The 9.8 Membership Types Summary Table shows you how all the membership types compare. Click Here to Donate
As we are just starting out we cannot host our own files due to bandwidth and hosting provider limitations. That is why we encourage members to upload for us if they have an unlimited internet plan. We recommend using Mirrorcreator, Mediafire and Torrents. Members that upload and seed for us frequently get a special Uploader badge as well as additional access to our site features. Please do not request to be an uploader, in time we will identify you as you will post about new mirrors and torrents and offer you the position.
We offer a cheap $4.50 a monthly subscription for those who visit the website frequently. As a subscriber you can get one-on-one support, download betas, view premium content, customise the Portal to suit you, change your username and much more. Click here to be a Subscriber, you can cancel anytime.
We are offering a new premium service to enhance your Xiaopan OS and Xiaopan Forums experience. As it stands Xiaopan OS is free and always will be, however, running a website takes a significant amount of work and money which is why we have ads displayed and is also the reason why we are supplying a premium membership.
There are a few ways you can attain VIP status:
- 600 posts
- 80 likes
- $2,500 in the bank
- Been with us for at least 3 months
Be selected as someone who contributes his or her time to the forums, shows initiative, likeable, friendly and abides by the Forum rules. Potential VIP members are discussed from time to time by staff and are awarded when we feel the time is right.
*Those who are taking the payment option and are unsatisfied can have their money fully refunded within 5 days. We prefer you make a donation as we receive the full $8.00 and you will save $0.80.
Each month we will be giving away a VIP membership to the member who is rated as number one on the Top Contributors list of that month.
It is a combination of likes and posts. You will also be awarded with a top contributor badge for that month
Legends are hand picked by Staff giving unparalleled access to the site and it’s features. They are highly respected and are generally selected as someone who contributes his or her time to the forums, shows initiative, likeable, friendly and abides by the Forum rules. Potential Legend members are discussed from time to time by staff and are awarded when we feel the time is right.
9.8 Membership Types Summary Table
|Types of Accounts||Registered||Donator I||Donator II||Donator III||Uploader||Subscriber||VIP||Legend|
|Cost||Free||$2.00||$4.00||$6.00||Free||$4.50 p/m||$8.00 - $8.80 or Free||Free|
|One on One Support|
|Xiaopan Email Address||80mb||100mb||150mb||300mb||500mb|
|View/ Download Premium Content|
|Edit Posts||10 mins||20 mins||30 mins||60 mins||Unlimited||600 mins||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Personal Conversation Participants||1||2||5||10||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Upload Attachments in personal messages|
|Post Shout Messages|
|Delete / Edit Shout Messages|
|Banking Attachment Manager|
|Custom User Title|
10.1 Profile Completion Steps
When you signup we have
10.2 Post Rating Icons
Tagging People in Posts
10.4 Sending Personal Messages
10.5 Facebook Style Chat
10.6 Change Your Status
10.7 Change Your Mood
10.9 Top Contributors
10.10 List Notices
10.13 Subscribing to a Thread
10.14 Followers and Following
11.1 Collection, Storage & Use
We respect users privacy. However, there is a minimum requirement for the collection of personal information in order for Xiaopan Forums to function. At most this consists of your registration email address, username and password. We will never distribute personal contact details to any 3rd Party, unless with prior consent or if someone is of risk of harm. At times we may need to release information of those who are spamming, hacking the Xiaopan.co website or cyberbullying members to alert appropriate parties.
It is the responsibility of members to choose what personal information they would like to share, particularly in signatures and user profiles. It is recommended that members use usernames or aliases in the forums to ensure that members are not readily identifiable or subjected to criticism from their posts and comments. We also encourage writers and posters to submit anonymously (under a false name) if they feel that it might be controversial or detrimental to future job prospects.
11.2 Security Measures
Our data is encrypted in a MySQL database and we run the latest software to protect personal information. We work closely with our Australian hosting provider Crazy Domains to implement security measures to protect members’ data and accounts. We also make daily backups. However, in the unlikely event that a security breach occurs, we will notify our host provider immediately and Xiaopan will be taken offline until the security breach is resolved.
All members will be notified through their email address. Notification will be posted on the Xiaopan website as well as through Xiaopan Forums on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ accounts. As an additional security measure it is recommended that when you request your @xiaopan.co email address and Forum membership accounts that you use a unique password that you have never used to prevent access to your other online accounts.
When you signup to Xiaopan you will not get unsolicited emails, spyware or phishing attempts. If you get an email from us requesting personal information please report it immediately here (fixup). As part of the signup process you will be issued with a confirmation email. Users have the ability to control what emails they receive you can opt out or unsubscribe from our mailing list at anytime. Forum users can also control alerts and opt out of email notifications, have the ability to block members and report incidents to Xiaopan.
Xiaopan recommends that you never publish your email address on the site as web crawlers and email harvesters can extract your email address and use it for the purposes of spamming or other malicious purposes. If you would still like to add an email address in a signature you are more than welcome to. To send personal messages to people you can do that via Conversations.
11.4 Statistics & Tracking
As with many websites, statistics are measured through Google Analytics to determine site performance, popular pages, search terms, bounce rates and so forth. Analytics is a powerful tool that allows us to optimise traffic, accessibility and deliver content worldwide. Location of visitors is tracked through Analytics through visitors’ IP address and plotted on a map. The data only identifies where someone has visited from a city to suburb level.
We might also collect and analyse data such as IP addresses to find out where referral links come from, evidences of hacking, image leeching and click fraud. There is no attempt to link log information with individuals that actually browse the site, except in cases of hacking, spamming or other abuse. If you are concerned you can use a proxy or implement plugins designed to block the Analytics tracking code or opt out (beta). HTTP outbound links are not tracked by other parties because we use an anonymous external URL link provided by Anonym.to.
Xiaopan Forums requires cookies of the users internet browser to function and essentially store web information locally to your computer. This information can consist of alert notifications and registration information. You can delete your cookies through clearing your browsers data anytime or you can simply log out a the end of your Xiaopan Forums visit. Logging out also protects you from people using your account from a logged in state.
Cookies are small files stored on your computer by your web browser (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox) at the request of a site you’re viewing. This allows the site you’re viewing to remember things about you, such as your preferences and history or keeping you logged in.
Cookies may be stored on your computer for a short time (such as only while your browser is open) or for an extended period of time, even years. Cookies not set by this site will not be accessible to us.
11.5.1 Our Cookie Usage
- Registration and maintaining your preferences. This includes ensuring that you can stay logged in and keeping the site in the language or appearance that you requested.
- Analytics. This allows us to get determine how people are using the site and improve it.
- Advertising cookies (possibly third-party). If this site displays advertising, cookies may be set by the advertisers to determine who has viewed an ad or similar things. These cookies may be set by third parties, in which case this site has no ability to read or write these cookies.
- Other third-party cookies for things like Facebook or Twitter sharing. These cookies will generally be set by the third-party independently, so this site will have no ability to access them.
11.5.2 Removing/Disabling Cookies
Controlling cookies and cookie preferences must be handled within your browser. Here is a list of guides on how to do this for popular browser software:
12 Copyright Policy
1 Publishing work of someone other than your own is not permitted, unless credit is given to the original author in the form of a citation or a hyperlink to the original content. using the BB-Code Guide will help format your articles
2 Authors should also respect fair dealing and fair use laws that relate particularly to:
• Research and study (section 40 Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)
• Review and criticism (s41)
• Reporting the news (s42)
3 Sharing copyrighted, pirated and restricted materials that require licences for use is not permitted unless with prior consent of the copyright holder.
4 Member postings on Xiaopan Forums are the property of their authors and retain their right to publish their work if they choose to do so.
5 Images should be referenced to an original source. If the original source is unknown. Tineye might assist in tracking down the original.
6 Xiaopan has the right to remove, modify, delete any content if we feel it is appropriate to do so. We generally only modify content to fix grammar and spelling mistakes and delete inappropriate posts.
7 Content of authors are the responsibility and liability of their own and not of Xiaopan.
8 Posts and other content will displayed indefinitely, unless their is a request for deletion from the author or if the content was deemed inappropriate by staff and users within Xiaopan.
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Finally Reaver Pro is available to download and you do not need to buy the entire $99.00 kit. It is quite rare to find Reaver Pro for sale (even on ebay) or a demo version. But here it is for VIP subscribers. This will work on Windows or Mac via virtualisation. The ISO can also be made into a Live USB or CD. Because the ISO is 1GB you can delete unnecessary files to fit this onto a CD yourself.
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13.1 Requesting Software
13.2 Requesting Torrents or Mirrors
13.2 Reporting Dead Links
We appreciate it if you tell us when you come across a dead link.
13.3 Issues with Mediafire
- Mediafire has a bug when you click a link it reports it as ‘file blocked for violation’. However, it is perfectly fine. To workaround this issue:
- Don’t click the links, right click copy.
- Copy the URL e.g: http://www.mediafire.com/?5x0oexn752md2ww and get rid of http://anonym.to/? part.
- Paste / enter in your browser.
- A quick way to do this is copy all the links into a word processor and use the find and replace function to remove http://anonym.to/?
- To manage downloads because there might be split archives totalling gigabytes, jDownloader or something similar will save you time.