Sunday, November 20, 2016

1 Twitter accounts of major media, celebrities, Red Cross hacked, posting spam

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Twitter accounts of major media, celebrities, Red Cross hacked, posting spam

A number of Twitter accounts belonging to the biggest names in media, entertainment, and other spheres have apparently been hacked. All of the affected accounts posted ads leading to what appears to be a spam website.
Sky News and New Yorker magazine were the first to go, as well as accounts belonging to gaming giants Playstation and Xbox. These were then followed by accounts belonging to celebrities, such as Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen and Argentinian football champion Lionel Messi - as well as the account of Scientific American magazine.
The affected accounts began to tweet out strange messages containing the same link, which urged users to “gain more Twitter followers.”
Other accounts affected now include the Red Cross, The Economist, The X Factor, and My Little Pony.

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Saturday, November 19, 2016

0 Anonymous Proxy List 11-19-2016

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Friday, November 18, 2016

1 Trump election puts pressure on Merkel to take liberal lead

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Trump election puts pressure on Merkel to take liberal lead

BERLIN (AP) — Can Germany, the country that once unleashed Nazism, lead the free world? The idea that the former home of militarism and nationalism could become a beacon for human rights and peaceful international cooperation within one lifetime may seem far-fetched.
But with outsider Donald Trump's election as U.S. president and the rising strength of far-right and populist movements in Europe, some have suggested that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is left as the last powerful defender of liberal values in the West.
Since taking office in 2005, Merkel has been a fixture of the international summit circuit, often providing the only dash of color in row upon row of grey suits. She has outlasted most of her contemporaries — save for Russian President Vladimir Putin — and won plaudits for successfully steering her country through the turmoil of the global financial crisis.
Along the way, the trained physicist has deftly maintained relations with allies as they gained new leaders, including prime ministers and presidents whose positions were very different from her own. "I could not have asked for a steadier and more reliable partner on the world stage," President Barack Obama said Thursday after meeting with Merkel in Berlin during his final foreign tour. He described the German chancellor as "a great friend and ally" who looks out for her own country's interests while recognizing that this also requires working closely with others to solve common problems.
Merkel raised eyebrows last week when she departed from the usual diplomatic script after Trump's election by suggesting that respect for liberal values was a precondition for Berlin's continued good relations with Washington. Many commentators saw her remarks as a sign that the chancellor was prepared to thrust Germany into the forefront of international politics and challenge the new U.S. administration if necessary.
Standing beside Obama, she pledged to "do everything to work well with the new president," but insisted that the basis for cooperation would have to be "democracy, freedom and human rights worldwide, and to strive for an open and liberal world order."
Obama's decision to stop in Germany for two days reinforced the image of him passing the baton to Merkel. Rather than bid farewell to Europe in Paris, the capital of America's oldest ally, or in Britain — which prides itself on a having a "special relationship" with Washington — Obama's choice signaled a recognition that the heart of the old continent now lies in Berlin.
The leaders of Europe's other major powers — Britain, France, Italy and Spain — will meet Obama in the German capital Friday, a day after he confers at length with Merkel. "The phrase 'leader of the free world' is usually applied to the president of the United States, and rarely without irony," Timothy Garton Ash, a historian and professor of European studies at Oxford University, wrote Friday in Britain's left-leaning Guardian newspaper. "I'm tempted to say that the leader of the free world is now Angela Merkel."
Yet skeptics point out that Merkel may not be suited to rally the West. Her decision last year to open Germany's borders to hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty was seized upon by European nationalists and featured prominently in Britain's debate over quitting the European Union — which the 'leave' camp narrowly won.
European allies blame her for earlier stoking popular unrest by insisting on the need to cut public spending during the continent's debt crisis. And in Ukraine, Merkel's recent efforts to maintain a united European front in the face of Russian aggression are looking increasingly fragile.
Domestically, Merkel is battling a new nationalist foe in the form of Alternative for Germany, a party that has surged in popularity by railing against refugees. Rather than confronting the party head-on, Merkel has instead stuck to her measured mantra of "We will manage."
"Germany can't replace the United States as the leader of the free world," Josef Braml, an expert on international affairs at the German Council on Foreign Relations, said. "At best, it can protect Europe from nationalist tendencies and remind America that the liberal world order it established is also in the economic interests of the United States. That's something the new businessman in the White House should be able to understand."
Close allies say Merkel — who is expected to declare her intention to run for a fourth term in the coming days — is aware both of her responsibility and the limits of her power. "She is absolutely determined, willing and ready to contribute to strengthen the international liberal order," said Norbert Roettgen, the head of the German Parliament's foreign affairs committee. "But we can't see the chancellor of Germany as last man standing. This will only work together, within Europe, and if we can have the backing of the trans-Atlantic alliance."
German officials, conscious that Berlin is in no position to solve problems such as climate change and crises in the Middle East without American help, are hoping Trump will tone down his rhetoric once he's inaugurated. The Republican candidate called Merkel's immigration policy a "catastrophe" during the campaign, saying Germany was "being destroyed by what Merkel has done there."
On Thursday, Merkel stressed the debt that her country owes the U.S. for its support in rebuilding the western half of a shattered nation after World War II and eventually reuniting with the East after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
She said Berlin was prepared to step up its effort to achieve the same peace and stability abroad that it enjoys at home. Obama, who jokingly said he might vote for Merkel if he were German, praised her country as a model student of democracy in a fragile world.
"What the history of post-war Germany shows is that strength and determination, focus and adherence to the values that we care about will result in a better future for our children and our grandchildren," he said.
"It is absolutely true that Chancellor Merkel is going to have significant responsibilities," Obama added. "I wish I could be there to lighten her load somewhat, but she's tough."
Associated Press writers David Rising in Berlin and Maria Danilova in Washington, D.C. contributed to this report.
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2 Obama 'cautiously optimistic' about Trump

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The Latest: Obama 'cautiously optimistic' about Trump

BERLIN (AP) — The Latest on President Barack Obama's last official overseas trip (All times local): 6:45 p.m. President Barack Obama says he's "cautiously optimistic" about his successor, President-elect Donald Trump.
Obama says there's something about the solemn responsibilities of the office that forces one to focus and demands seriousness. The president says "if you're not serious about the job, then you probably won't be there very long because it will expose problems."
The president says he told Trump when they met that the passions generated during the campaign may not work in unifying the country now, and Trump seemed to understand that. But Obama suggests Trump's ability to unify the public will tested by how he uses his rhetoric now and the appointments he makes for his administration.
6:20 p.m.
President Barack Obama says he won't advise people protesting Donald Trump's election victory to keep silent. His message instead: Voting and organizing matter.
Obama says he has continually told young people not to take the nation's systems of government and way of life for granted.
He says democracy is hard work and noted some 43 percent of eligible voters didn't vote.
Obama also says that the foundations of a health democracy mean people have to be engaged, not just in an election or when an issue pops up for a few weeks.
6:10 p.m.
President Barack Obama says he hopes President-elect Donald Trump will "stand up to Russia" when it deviates from U.S. values and international norms.
Obama says on issues such as the Ukraine and Syria, the U.S. has very significant differences with Russia. He says it's important to find areas of cooperation with Russia when values align, but he also hopes the new president will be firm with Russia when they don't.
Obama says he's doesn't expect Trump to follow the Obama' administration blueprint or approach, but also hopes he won't simply walk away from the administration's efforts.
The president also says Trump's commitment to NATO is important.
5:55 p.m.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her country is prepared to increase its military commitments as demanded by allies such as the United States.
Germany has long been criticized by the alliance for not meeting its obligation to commit at least 2 percent of its GDP to defense spending. And President-elect Donald Trump pressed NATO allies during his election campaign to pay their share, and suggested the U.S. might back away from the alliance if they don't.
Merkel says: "We got the message and have started to react."
She was speaking at a press conference with President Barack Obama in Berlin on Thursday.
Germany spent about 1.2 percent of its gross domestic product on defense last year.
5:50 p.m.
President Barack Obama says it's important that global trade agreements continue when concerns are running high about globalization and its effects on some people.
Obama is holding a news conference in Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Obama is alluding to skepticism in the U.S. about free trade agreements that was on display in the recent election of Donald Trump. Obama says the last several decades have shown that markets, trade and commerce can create prosperity in all countries.
The president also says the European Union remains one of the world's great achievements. He says those achievements should be nurtured and cultivated, not taken for granted.
5:45 p.m.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the world can't revert to a time before globalization. She says her country will continue to pursue free trade deals with the United States.
Negotiations over a trans-Atlantic trade pact failed to conclude before the end of President Barack Obama's second term, effectively putting the project on ice for years to come.
Merkel told a news conference with Obama in Berlin on Thursday that she is "quite sure we will return to it one day."
She says she hopes to "work closely with the new president" when Donald Trump takes office next year. Trump's skepticism about free trade agreements underpinned his campaign.
5:15 p.m.
The United States urged Russia a week before Election Day to stop interfering in the election through cyberattacks.
That's according to a senior Obama administration official who requested anonymity to discuss private diplomatic conversations.
The official says the U.S. contacted Moscow about malicious cyber activity that was originating in Russia and targeting U.S. elections systems. The complaint was registered through a secure "hotline" between the Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers in both the U.S. and Russia.
The U.S. has previously accused Russia publicly of coordinating hacks of the Democratic National Committee and other U.S. institutions in the run-up to last week's presidential election.
—By Josh Lederman
4 p.m.
President Barack Obama is sitting down with German Chancellor Angela Merkel for formal meetings in Berlin as part of Obama's sixth and final visit to the nation.
The two leaders sat down on opposite sides of a long table along with top foreign policy aides. Obama was accompanied by his national security adviser, Susan Rice.
Obama and Merkel made no comments to reporters as they started the meeting. They'll take questions together at a news conference later Thursday afternoon.
3:40 p.m.
German news magazine Der Spiegel says U.S. President Barack Obama has praised German Chancellor Angela Merkel as someone "who is willing to fight for her values."
Obama told Spiegel and German public Television ARD in a joint interview Thursday that he's glad Merkel is around and that "the Germans should appreciate her."
Obama also warned not to underestimate the consequences of globalization.
The president told the two media organizations that, "If the global economy does not respond to the people who feel left behind; if inequality continues to grow, we will witness that the divisions in the industrial countries will broaden."
Der Spiegel and ARD released excerpts of the talk with Obama ahead of the screening of the entire interview on Thursday night.
1:50 p.m.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest says the Obama administration has "put a lot of diplomatic capital on the table" to resolve the protracted civil war in Syria and acknowledges it "hasn't worked," but says military force is no solution.
Interviewed on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" show Thursday from Berlin where he's accompanying Obama on a visit to Germany, Earnest was asked about the continuing loss of life, including children, in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
"What is true is that the tactics that have been used by the Assad regime and the Russians are frankly disgraceful," Earnest said, accusing them of seeking to target "innocent civilians" and saying it was an "outrage."
"The question really is" what the United States and the international community can do to end the violence, Earnest said, adding that Secretary of State John Kerry "has been working doggedly" to bring relief for the suffering.
12:05 p.m.
President Barack Obama is opening his first full day in Berlin by having lunch with U.S. Ambassador John Emerson.
The White House says they're having a private lunch at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin. Obama also spent part of his morning taping a joint interview with the Der Spiegel newspaper and German public TV station ARD.
Obama plans to meet later Thursday with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and hold a joint news conference with her.
9:08 p.m.
President Barack Obama is stressing a message of solidarity on his final visit to Germany — a top trade partner, key NATO ally and home to thousands of American troops, as well as a nation critical to solving Europe's migrant crisis and debt woes.
Obama arrived Wednesday night in Berlin from Greece, making his sixth and final visit as president to Germany, where he has been popular since even before he was elected. His eight years in office have helped erase much of the anti-American sentiment that had grown during the administration of George W. Bush over the Iraq war and other policies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who worked well with Bush before Obama's election, dined with Obama Wednesday night at his hotel and was to hold talks with him Thursday afternoon.

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0 Vladimir Putin Knows More About Donald Trump’s Plans Than U.S. Officials Do

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Vladimir Putin Knows More About Donald Trump’s Plans Than U.S. Officials Do

From calling the Russian strongman to meeting with Japan’s prime minister, the president-elect is talking to a host of foreign leaders—without consulting the Obama administration.
It seems Russian President Vladimir Putin and Shinz┼Ź Abe, prime minister of Japan, know more about the future of U.S. national security priorities under President-elect Donald Trump than the troops and diplomats who would carry it out.
Trump talked to Putin on Monday. And he reportedly met with Abe on Thursday in New York. But his transition team reached out to the Pentagon and several other agencies for the first time only on Thursday afternoon, a defense official told The Daily Beast. Throughout his first week as president-elect, Trump has forged ahead with crafting U.S. foreign policy apparently without the input of the relevant departments.
The decision to talk to foreign leaders about policy without even notifying the U.S. government officials is the latest unorthodox move by a president-elect defined by firsts. Most presidents-elect do not have extensive talks with foreign leaders without at least consulting the U.S. government for background information, a summary of the current policy, or advice on how to proceed.
To some currently serving U.S. officials, the decision to reach out to foreign leaders is an extension of how Trump ran his campaign: improvised, and more than a little chaotic. If any concrete foreign policy proposals are coming together now, they’re happening, in part, through meetings and calls with U.S. allies and foes alike.
Or as one U.S. defense official explained: “We can’t take every statement literally, even of a president-elect. We just wait and see.”
World leaders seem to understand that now is the time to start shaping U.S. policy under a Trump administration. According to CNN, “a top aide to Abe, Katsuyuki Kawai, said that he’d been told by members of Trump’s transition team that Trump’s previous remarks should not be taken literally.”
Abe hoped to meet with Trump to get more clarity and “build trust,” CNN reported.
There is no rule that says a president-elect has to consult the administration. But it’s uncommon for the current administration to have no idea what is being negotiated on behalf of the United States, even one with just weeks to serve. With so few details, U.S. national security officials, particularly those who will serve in the next administration, are left reading tea leaves and statements to figure out what’s being negotiated. Pentagon and State Department officials said they were not aware of the calls beforehand.
Did Trump make promises the U.S. can’t keep? Did he change policy? No one can say for sure, as the Trump transition team has yet to provide a readout of those interactions.
“You could have President-elect Trump making commitments that don’t make sense or he doesn’t understand the full ramifications. And then it is hard to walk it back; that could undermine that relationship,” said Lawrence Korb, a defense analyst for the Center for American Progress who worked on President Reagan’s transition team. “The risk [is] that you make commitments that are not in the national security interest that become hard to back out of.”
It is not even clear if the calls were secure. A transition spokesman, Jason Miller, told reporters in a call Thursday that “appropriate” security measures were taken but didn’t elaborate.
The best source of information about Trump’s conversation with Putin came Thursday, from the Russian state media news service Tass, which reported that during the 30-minute call the two talked about the war in Syria, the future of Ukraine, and setting up a date to meet after Jan. 20.
Putin “noted readiness to build partner dialogue with the new administration on the principles of equality, mutual respect, and non-interference into each other’s domestic affairs,” the Kremlin said in a statement.
But is that what Putin and Trump really talked about? Given the inevitably messy transition process, there is an incentive for Russia to use this time to shape the relationship between the two countries.
The Russians are saying in their statements about talks with Trump that they want better relations with the U.S. Yet Russia continues to bomb U.S. allies in the Syrian city of Aleppo on behalf of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a man the U.S. declared must go.
“During the call, the two leaders discussed a range of issues including the threats and challenges facing the United States and Russia, strategic economic issues, and the historical U.S.-Russia relationship that dates back over 200 years,” the Trump transition team said in a statement Monday.The Trump transition team statement did not offer many more details.
So far, based on Trump’s rhetoric during the campaign, national security officials know that the president-elect wants better relations with Russia. He has said he wants to work with Russia to defeat the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Syria, and he said Putin was a better leader than President Obama. In the hours after the election, Putin said, “Trump’s first statements give us hope that steps towards improving relations between the USA and Russia are possible,” Putin said via spokesman Dmitry Peskov, according to the Associated Press.
In the past, presidents-elect have usually reached out to address a crisis. President-elect Reagan, the last person known to have reached out to foreign leaders in the weeks before taking the oath, spoke to foreign leaders in a bid to secure the release of American hostages in Iran. The remaining hostages were released on Jan. 20, his Inauguration Day.
Throughout, Reagan consulted with the outgoing administration about those discussions.
Officials said that even if they don’t know what Trump is saying now, eventually they will. Eventually, he will have to work with the departments to implement policy. And then, as one U.S. official explained, things will become official.
“The Machine will eventually start documenting” what Trump is telling world leaders, the official explained.
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Thursday, November 17, 2016

0 Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discuss mending ties

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Kremlin says Vladimir Putin congratulated US president-elect Donald Trump in phone call that also covered Syria war

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US president-elect Donald Trump have spoken over the phone to discuss efforts to improve US-Russian ties, the Kremlin and Trump's office said.

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2 Former director of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer explains why he is ridiculing the iPhone

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Former director of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer explains why he is ridiculing the iPhone

Nearly three years Steve Ballmer, left from Microsoft where he was General Manager since 2000. Crazy businessman these days say more about his mistakes and the relationship with Bill Gates.
He now owns the NBA team Los Angeles Clippers, and the side line of the basketball ground showing his signature energy and vigor and seem to have come to terms with what happened in the company while he was the first man. Yet in a recent television interview with Bloomberg clarify some details and decisions from that time.
One of the greatest "sins" attributable distrust in smartphones. Ballmer in 2007, ridiculed Apple after the introduction of the first iPhone, but in an interview to clarify the reason for the reaction.
"Honestly, I thought the price was excessively high, people will not buy it. Obviously I have not felt the connection of Apple with operators allow people to come to it at much lower prices than retail, " said the former CEO of Microsoft. Despite that omission, by the end of his term at the helm of the company he was a major proponent of market entry for hardware.
There was a fundamental discrepancy in views on the importance of entry into the hardware. I push myself the idea of ​​Surface, but the board was not inclined for it.Kulminrale things about the story with smartphones "recalled Ballmer.
He added as the persistence about the hardware is that for which you zameruva also, when I had the opportunity would be more persistent in their endeavors. Speaking about relations with Gates, which was very close, says that pretty much changed over the years, especially after frequent occupy opposite sides of the board. Today there are nearly as close.
"I walked away from one another," says Ballmer and concluded: "He has his own life, and I mine."
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2 Snapchat out of stock worth more than $ 20 billion

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Snap, the parent company for the application to send messages Snapchat, could soon make an initial public offering of shares (IPO), which estimates should reach a value between 20 and 25 billion, write flash on media.
According to several reporters, Snapchat filed for an initial public offering in US Committee on Securities (SEC), if accepted, it would be the largest IPO of an American technology company after 2012, when the stock market step out shares of Facebook totaling 81 billion.
Based on previous investments, the value of this California company is estimated between 20 and 25 billion dollars and the IPO such as writing media can be done in March of next year. It would be the largest public offering in the US IPO of Chinese giant Alibaba two years ago.
Snapchat is launched in 2012 as a mobile application that allows users to send photos, today used by about 100 million users daily, more and Twitter.
Because 60% of users of Snapchat consists of young people between 13 and 24 years, their application is an appealing way as advertisers to reach out to young people.
Snapchat founder of the 26-year-old, Evan Spiegel only three years ago rejected the offer of the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg who wanted to buy Snapchat 3 billion.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

0 Anonymous Proxy List 11-16-2016

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

0 CS:GO - Best Launch Options! (FPS Increase, Smooth, Max FPS, Boost) 2016

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CS:GO - Best Launch Options! (FPS Increase, Smooth, Max FPS, Boost) 2016

Launch Options Used:
-novid -tickrate 128 -high -threads (Insert Number Of Cores) +fps_max 0 +cl_showfps 1 +cl_interp 0 +cl_interp_ratio 1 +rate 128000 +cl_updaterate 128 +cl_cmdrate 128 +mat_queue_mode 2 -freq (Insert Monitors Refresh Rate) -refresh (Insert Monitors Refresh Rate) +cl_forcepreload 1 -nod3d9ex -nojoy

-novid (Removes Valve Video at start of game)
-tickrate 128 (Max tickrate)
-high (Sets CS:GO to High Priority)
-threads "x" (Fill in the amount of Cores your CPU has)
+fps_max 0 (Will make fps as high as possible)
+cl_showfps 1 (Optional, will show fps and map on top left)
+cl_interp 0 (Will help improve internet speeds)
+cl_interp_ratio 1 (Best internet option)
+rate 128000 (Will make game run as fast as it can)
+cl_updaterate 128 (Highest update rate possible)
+cl_cmdrate 128 (Best rate possible)
+mat_queue_mode 2 (May increase fps for some PCs)
-freq (Insert Monitors Refresh Rate)
-refresh (Insert Monitors Refresh Rate)
+cl_forcepreload 1 (Will preload maps for smooth gamplay) 
-nod3d9ex (Faster Alt+Tab)
-nojoy (Removes joy stick)
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0 Team Fortress 2 How To Reduce Lag + Boost FPS | TF2 Optimize Settings

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Team Fortress 2 
How To Reduce Lag + Boost FPS | TF2 Optimize Settings

I used TweakGuides' Half Life 2 and Source Engine Tweaking Guide to make a cfg for people with computers both as crappy and crappier than mine. =P It doesn't look pretty, but I get a constant 60 FPS

Here are some launch option Cvar's first though.
-dev -console -novid -dxlevel 81 +cl_showfps

^Just copy it as it is^, open Steam, go to My Games, right click TF2, go to Properties, click Set Launch Options, and paste this into the text box and close it. Run TF2, Exit TF2, take -dxlevel 81 out.(Not necessary really but it'll keep resetting your video options to default for dx81 every time you restart TF2).

And now the config.

//Streak's FPS Config

//cl commands
cl_forcepreload 1 
cl_smooth 0
cl_detaildist 1
cl_detailfade 800
cl_ejectbrass 0
cl_show_splashes 0

//mat commands
mat_compressedtextures 1
mat_bumpmap 0
mat_clipz 0
mat_filterlightmaps 0
mat_filtertextures 0
mat_mipmaptextures 0
mat_softwarelighting 1
mat_specular 0
mat_picmip 2
mat_parallaxmap 0

//r commands
r_fastzreject -1
r_threaded_particles 1
r_threaded_renderables 1
r_decal_cullsize 1
r_drawflecks 0
r_drawmodeldecals 0
r_dynamic 0
r_lod 0
r_WaterDrawReflection 0
r_WaterDrawRefraction 0
r_waterforceexpensive 0
r_cheapwaterend 1 

//lod commands
lod_TransitionDist 1

//dsp & snd commands
dsp_enhance_stereo 0
snd_mixahead 0.7

//other commands
fps_max 60
muzzleflash_light 0
ai_expression_optimization 0
sv_forcepreload 1

echo "MaxFPS Config Loaded"

Just save it as mytweaks.cfg and move it into your C:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\<accountname>\Team Fortress 2\tf\cfg\ folder, and add exec mytweaks.cfg into your autoexec.cfg and save it. 

Optional cvar's

mat_showlowresimage 1 Absolutely horrendous textures, but substantial performance increase if you're really hurting for fps.
mat_queue_mode 2 Optimizes engine for multi-core CPUs.
r_threaded_renderables 1 Multi-core CPU optimization
r_threaded_particles Multi-core CPU optimization
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Dork to find WordPress Website 2016
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