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$1000???

uhhh
i'm not sure if this is the right thing but...

DIRT cheap

one of the devs should put up a funding page
post #12 of 81
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$1000???
i'm not sure if this is the right thing but...
kernel code signing = EV code signing wink.gif
post #13 of 81
so that brings it to $449 from digicert. seems doable

edit: globalsign $410:
https://www.globalsign.com/en/code-signing-certificate/ev-code-signing-certificates/
entrust $399
https://www.entrust.com/code-signing-certificates/

other question is who should we entrust to actually buy the thing and do the signing
Edited by qsxcv - 1/26/16 at 12:49am
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post #14 of 81
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so that brings it to about $500. seems doable

other question is who should we entrust to actually buy the thing and do the signing

the guy making the 1000hz driver ~ http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/hidusbf.html
Edited by wmoftw - 1/26/16 at 12:46am
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1 year is very short. Going with 3 years makes sense. Is there really enough demand for this?
post #16 of 81
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1 year is very short. Going with 3 years makes sense. Is there really enough demand for this?

no test mode = usb overclock without breaking anti-cheat clients

people will be able to use their wmos and 3.0s in ESEA if they want to. or at LAN. that's very good. if there's funding and people advertise it on the right forums and sites (hltv, subreddits) then I can see it being funded easily. quake and cs community love those mice, other communities too (tf2, etc)
post #17 of 81
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the guy making the 1000hz driver ~ http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/hidusbf.html
That guy is right in here with you and doesn't sound too excited doing it himself.
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so that brings it to $449 from digicert. seems doable

edit: globalsign $410:
https://www.globalsign.com/en/code-signing-certificate/ev-code-signing-certificates/

other question is who should we entrust to actually buy the thing and do the signing
Let's pool. I'm in. I would trust you btw. biggrin.gif
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1 year is very short. Going with 3 years makes sense. Is there really enough demand for this?
Even with only a handful of people it won't be more than a few bux per year.
post #18 of 81
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That guy is right in here with you and doesn't sound too excited doing it himself.

then some oc dude with dat mad rep bruh

wait, sweetlow said pvh used a third party driver, this one ~ http://www.oblita.com/interception.html

can the same be done for this ? sweetlow alludes to someone else coding it
Edited by wmoftw - 1/26/16 at 1:02am
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then some oc dude with dat mad rep bruh
Those are the the scummiest tho. tongue.gif

We will find someone. And if we spread this around a bit like you say, it won't be more than a few cents per month for each. Not only the MLT04 crowd will like this; you can also change polling of modern mice without having to install the driver. And you can do keyboards. Say 20 people pool. That's 2 bux per month.
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the guy making the 1000hz driver
It's a bad idea. And will be better to find USA resident.
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