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General Chat / Re: Risks?
« on: August 15, 2018, 01:11:19 AM »
No, feli_hh, the penis is not a muscle.  There is no muscle tissue in the penis at all.  It is almost entirely a spongy material that expands and firms up when it's engorged with blood.  It does not atrophy; it does not degenerate.

It's true that your erections will be weaker after a long time in chastity, which can look smaller, so some people think it is smaller.
However, this is simply your body which has discovered that trying to get fully erect is useless and possibly painful, so it stops trying to do it.
Given some post-chastity time and retraining, though, your body can figure out that erections are possible, just as easily as it figured out they're not possible.  Once that happens, your erect penis will be the same size it was before your lockup.

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: Vegas House Cheat
« on: August 04, 2018, 05:05:41 AM »
This was a great lock...started to worry about how long it would be when the cards kept doubling up but finally found the third green card...loved it!

You were one of my short lockees.  I've got some that are well over 30 days with no end in sight...

Stag

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General Chat / Re: Any Recommended Electronic Locks or Safe?
« on: June 29, 2018, 05:33:02 AM »


Getting those shipped to the EU must be astronomically cheaper than to Canada.  I keep seeing people say they paid about 20-25 EUR for one.  I've looked, and haven't managed to find one for less than ~$85 CAD, which is about $56 EUR.  Even AliExpress with shipping to Canada is in that ballpark.
My 4 digit lock box cost me under $22 CAD, so ~$14 EUR.  I'd love an 8 digit safe, but I'm not paying that kind of money for one.  Not when my wife's not into it.

Stag

I actually bought it in a physical hardware store. Was not an online deal. Ordering that from China would probably be more expansive (weight)...

I've seen them in local hardware stores, but never for less than $120.  And that was on sale.

Although, I've just looked on a local store's website, and they have one listed for $90. (Strangely, it's the same store that had the sale one for $120....)

 Think I'll stick with my keybox, though.

Stag

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General Chat / Re: Any Recommended Electronic Locks or Safe?
« on: June 29, 2018, 05:31:18 AM »
Just found this bit of text on one of those lockboxes I mentioned above

(Note: passcodes do not need to be entered in the correct sequence. For example, a passcode of 67890 can also be entered as 09876.)

It doesn't say if you can also unlock it with 86907. But being able to unlock it without typing it in the same sequence kind of makes it a bit useless.

Yes, I've seen those kind of lockboxes before.  It's basically a binary switch sequence, where the button for that number has to be either up or down.  So, it's not the order you enter it in, but whether that button has been pressed at all. You can think of it like a puzzle in a video game, where you've got 10 buttons, and some of them have to be down and some up in order to move to the next level.
Of course, that means you can't repeat digits, so most of the combinations that Chastikey generates would be useless.

Stag

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General Chat / Re: Any Recommended Electronic Locks or Safe?
« on: June 28, 2018, 02:04:05 PM »
I also use a eletronic safe. The smaller ones cost about the same as a combination box...

And for the ones undecided, I'd recommend the eletronic safe as it takes 8 digits combinations.

Just saw one a few days ago around 20 EUR...

Getting those shipped to the EU must be astronomically cheaper than to Canada.  I keep seeing people say they paid about 20-25 EUR for one.  I've looked, and haven't managed to find one for less than ~$85 CAD, which is about $56 EUR.  Even AliExpress with shipping to Canada is in that ballpark.
My 4 digit lock box cost me under $22 CAD, so ~$14 EUR.  I'd love an 8 digit safe, but I'm not paying that kind of money for one.  Not when my wife's not into it.

Stag

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General Chat / Re: Any Recommended Electronic Locks or Safe?
« on: June 26, 2018, 03:34:42 AM »
I use a basic combination key box, like this (although I got mine from AliExpress.):
https://www.amazon.com/Nestling-Combination-Key-Lock-Box/dp/B017NHBKUG
I use an 8 digit combination from ChastiKey, with the first 4 being the starting combination, then the last 4 being modifiers; so a combination of 12345678, I'd set the lock to 1234, then turn the first dial by 5 digits, the second by 6 digits, etc.
Makes it harder to remember the combination for me.  I'm able to remember 4 digits easily, and 8 digits is not difficult, either, but for some reason splitting it into a pair of 4 digit combinations seems to give me a mental disconnect that works.

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: Vegas lock
« on: June 24, 2018, 06:58:03 PM »
Glad you're enjoying it.  There are a handful of -yellows in there.  That's the result of those few edits that I've done.
It's now up to you to find them......

Stag

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ChastiKey Chat / Re: Version 2.4.0 Work In Progress
« on: June 24, 2018, 04:41:10 AM »

I vote for making it the Groundhog Day card.

That's a good idea, as long as you want nobody under 30 to have a clue what the hell it's about.....

Of course, putting one over on the millennials is fun, too.....

Stag

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ChastiKey Chat / Re: ChastiKey API
« on: June 21, 2018, 06:51:56 PM »
This can't be just a "send the combination off into the ether and hope the lockbox gets it."
There would have to be some back and forth.

Maybe the app sends the customID to the lockbox, and the lockbox checks if it matches its local ID.  If it does, it responds with some code that tells Chastikey it's good to go with the next step.  If it doesn't match, then the lockbox has to respond with an error code, that lets the app know something failed, and to display a notification to that effect.
Each step should have a "good code" to let the app know that everything so far has worked, and a "failure code" to let it know that.....well....

I've done this kind of thing with simpler versions of the error codes you see in Windows all the time.  Takes very little bandwidth, and everything's easy to figure out from the programming end of it.  You'd have to work with....can't remember who's working on the box programming...to design a code structure that makes sense between the two of you, but something I could see working:

These would be return codes from the box to the app in response to configuration attempts by the app:
0x0? are success messages
   0x00 for customID match success
   0x01 for success setting combination
   0x02 for success locking the box (I assume the box would have some way to sense if it didn't lock when it was supposed to)
   0x03 for whatever next step.  Maybe when all steps are completed successfully.
0x1? are configuration failures (display an dialog in the app if any of these come back from the lockbox)
   0x10 for customID mismatch
   0x11 for invalid combination (too many/few digits, contains something other than numbers, or such)
0x2? could be various software failure modes
   0x20 some kind of exception in the locking code, etc.
0x3? would be hardware failures
   0x30 - lock hasn't engaged
   0x31 - CPU is on fire.

0x99 might be used if the box receives completely unrecognized data from the app.

Hopefully that's a start.  I've used pretty much this exact style of system in a client/server management program I wrote.  Works like a charm.  Of course, I wrote both the client and the server part, so I didn't have to worry about coordinating the codes with a second programmer that I'd never met.....

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: World locks
« on: June 21, 2018, 03:02:45 PM »
If you've seen my Twitter feed you've got one user locked by one of your Vegas locks that absolutely loves it.

Here's some quotes for you:

"Ingeniously evil lock 😍"
"StagBullSwitch you truly are magnificently evil bastard 😍"
"This is a seriously super level villian lock, you MUST try this one!!!"

I don't follow your twitter feed, although I do look at it occasionally.  I hadn't seen those, though.
Thanks for the update.

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: Vegas lock
« on: June 21, 2018, 02:58:32 PM »

Although I am looking at quite a few reds having hit 6 double ups already. Might be a while yet before I'm out :-\

Well, that's the gamble that you knew about going in.  Have fun.  I know I am.  :)

Stag

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ChastiKey Chat / Re: ChastiKey API
« on: June 21, 2018, 04:11:31 AM »
@relax @KevinCross
I'd think for better security, not finding someone else's lock that's close to unlocking, etc, you should do something like Windows does for password storage:
The actual password isn't stored.  The password is hashed, and the hash is stored.  When you enter the password to log in, it hashes it again, and compares it to the stored hash.  If it matches, you get in.
When passwords are requested over the network, it uses a challenge/response protocol.  This is what you'd actually want to use in this case, I'd think.  When the lock calls the Chastikey API, Chastikey responds with a challenge, which is just a random string of text.  This text is then hashed using the Chastikey UserID, which is stored in the lock ahead of time.  Chastikey performs the same hash on the same text, and if it matches what the lock sent, then the lock status is sent to the lock.
This will authenticate the lock using the UserID, without having to actually send the UserID over the network.  Prevents sniffing, but still allows authentication.
It won't prevent someone from trying random UserIDs, but the UserID is 20 characters, alphanumeric.  That's 36^20, or 13367494538843734067838845976576 possible IDs.  If you rate limit API requests to one every second, that would take 423880471170843926555011.6050411 years to get through all the possible UserIDs.  Since there are only a few thousand UserIDs in use, and a good number of those won't be running a lock at any given time, I'm going to assume a max of 5000 UserIDs that could be used to unlock.

Assuming an even distribution of IDs through the keyspace, that would still take 84776094234168785311.002321008219 years to find a single useable UserID.

I think it would be quicker to just to let the lock timer run out.....

That's a very conservative rate limit, too.  No safe is going to need to poll more than once a minute.  Even if you market really well, and get a billion users hooked on Chastity, a 60-120 second/request rate limit is going to be more than enough to make sure it's impossibly infeasible to try to crack the lock like this.

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: World locks
« on: June 21, 2018, 03:21:19 AM »
Am I the last with you Stag?  :) I don't want to give up.  ;)

No, @sub259, you're not the last.  My Vegas themed locks have proven to be very popular.  Between the Red, Yellow, and Cheat, I've got 10 locks running. (I know, @Miss Katie, it's peanuts compared to you. I'm impressed by how many you manage.) At least one of those is a test lock, though, so 9 actual locks.

Stag

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Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks / Re: Vegas lock
« on: June 21, 2018, 03:17:12 AM »
Locked into this as my first shared lock. Excited to see how it goes!
Yes, I noticed.  Been ridiculously busy, though, and haven't managed to bump your cards all the way up, yet.....

I'll get to it in an hour, at most.

Stag

Edit:  Wait, no.  You're in Vegas, which I don't add cards to, not Max Cards, which I do.  Fuck...I don't know how Miss Katie keeps 104 locks straight....

Stag

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ChastiKey Chat / Re: slow APP on samsung Galaxy 6 (android 6.0.1)
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:29:07 PM »
@emty @KevinCross Mine is a Galaxy S5, also.  While it's certainly a little slower with recent updates than when I first started using the app, I'd say last time I had a lock with significant numbers of cards, it was maybe a second to bring the card up after touching.
The entire interface seems slower now than it did before, though, and it doesn't seem to matter if I've got a running lock or not.  Right now I don't, but bringing up the menu to scan QR codes still takes a 1/2 second for each touch, with the exception of the camera one, which is probably 1 1/2 seconds.  I'd assume that's because it's bringing up an entirely new process/section of the app to enable the camera, though.
The menu touches used to be almost instantaneous, though.  1/2 second certainly isn't a long time to wait (especially compared to a Miss Katie lock :) ), but it's definitely noticeable.

Having said all that, emty, if you're waiting 10 seconds for a card to come up after touching it, there's definitely something wrong with your phone.  Maybe a virus, maybe a background advertising task that's sucking all your personal information to profile you....
My phone is also rooted, and has some ad blocking enabled (Doesn't make a difference to Kevin, since he sent me a purchase code in exchange for some program input, anyway..) so my phone doesn't have to load and process anywhere near as many ads as others might.  Don't know whether that would make a significant difference in this case, but even if it does, 1 second to 10 seconds is still ridiculously excessive....

I'd say check your phone for malware of any kind.

Stag

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