Last Updated 2022/8/2 • Read Time 3min • Discord
Snerx is the poor man's future-soft and research organization with focuses in formal
logic, semiotics, governance systems, steganography, economic axiology, culture, and
Snerx does not take corporate sponsorships or run any ads. This site and all related
content is entirely out of my pocket and it always will be. My pockets are also empty
and so this site is a testament to what great and strange things can be accomplished
with nothing but raw imagination and a VPS.
, Monster Basement
, and Ghostablook
have created versions of the Snerx
logo used around the site.
For those who asked to donate, you can now do so here:
This webserver is regularly nuked and reinstalled, you don't have to worry about logs.
port 80 is closed, HTTP traffic is entirely ignored. We do this instead of using a
redirect to ensure traffic is always HTTPS
. This makes generic MITM upgrade attacks
impossible. We have looked into hosting the site through Tor, IPFS/ZeroNet, and other
networks to secure and anonymize traffic, but given the configuration of our server,
as long as you cycle your IP regularly you will effectively be just as anonymous.
We have completely disabled IPv4 before; this meant every time you connected to the
site, or at least every time you restarted the connecting device, you would have a
completely new IPv6 address, making it infeasible to correlate connections. But some
ISPs' infrastructures are so poor that they still don't support IPv6, so we re-enabled
IPv4. If you disagree with any of the above, there are many ways to contact us
. We are
ready and very willing to fight.
Below is a directory of all the major webpages on snerx. Complete projects are ones
that will only receive minor updates, if any at all in the future. Ongoing projects
are ones in which major content additions or link lists get added randomnly throughout
time. Incomplete projects are ones that have either barely been started or still have
the majority of their work still to be done. Archived projects are pages that were
either discontinued or abandoned due to how old, juvenile, or unimportant they are.