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Re: Open Letter to Internet Users and Businesses: Help Us Test OpenSSL and Make the Internet Safer - http://blog.bugcrowd.com/open-le...
"@Dollarampersand - Great question! We salute Neel's donation, and realize that the Internet bug bounty exists, but the donation itself provides evidence that the IBB is just too small to incentivize deep and qualified research. We're not seeing evidence that researchers are working on this full-time (or even part-time without the support of an organization). The IBB is also sponsored by an exclusive group of organizations and we believe anyone should have the ability to contribute to the safety of the internet. By crowdfunding a bounty on OpenSSL, we're aiming to provide reward amounts large enough to pay for qualified researchers' skills, and improve the assurance of OpenSSL more quickly." - jcran
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Re: Concise Courses - Advanced Persistent Pentesting: Fighting Fire with Fire - http://www.concise-courses.com/infosec...
"Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/jcra..." - jcran
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"I will definitely attend this." - jcran
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Scala: The Static Language that Feels Dynamic - http://www.artima.com/weblogs...
d I waited this long before beginning to learn the language, because they've sorted out a lot of issues in the meantime. In fact, several versions of the language have made breaking changes with previous versions, requiring code rewrites. Some people have found this shocking - jcran
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Scala: The Static Language that Feels Dynamic - http://www.artima.com/weblogs...
d I waited this long before beginning to learn the language, because they've sorted out a lot of issues in the meantime. In fact, several versions of the language have made breaking changes with previous versions, requiring code rewrites. Some people have found this shocking - jcran
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"Wow. B is a business focused on customer service that happens to be really good at fixing cars. I was blown away by the responsiveness and the effort they put into keeping me in the loop when a curb…" - jcran
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"nice post. found it via sanitybit/netsec - you may want to take a look at this module: http://www.metasploit.com/modu..." - jcran
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"nice post. found it via sanitybit/netsec - you may want to take a look at this module: http://www.metasploit.com/modu..." - jcran
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Dynamips / Dynagen Tutorial - http://dynagen.org/tutoria...
GNS-3 (a graphical network simulator that uses Dynagen’s libraries): http://www.gns3.net/ - jcran
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Dynamips / Dynagen Tutorial - http://dynagen.org/tutoria...
GNS-3 (a graphical network simulator that uses Dynagen’s libraries): http://www.gns3.net/ - jcran
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SproutCore - Get Started - http://www.sproutcore.com/get-sta...
sproutcore, check it out - jcran
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113 INDUSTRIAL BLVD. at S. CONGRESS - jcran
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Refurbished Dell Off Lease Computers Used Optiplex PCs - http://www.discountelectronics.com/index...
o Austin and one of my stops is always at Discount Electronics. They offer great value, with lots of "stuff" to select from. I would recommend them to anyone wanting good products at very good pr - jcran
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Four Steps to the Epiphany - Google Books - http://books.google.com/books...
to read! - jcran
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Myne-us: From 0x90 to 0x4c454554, a journey into exploitation. - http://myne-us.blogspot.com/2010...
Now that we have a very good understanding of programming languages and what the machine is doing we can start working on task at hand, exploitation. Here I will start a lot of the learning in very much a list format and adding in comments or Parallel learning areas when needed. - jcran
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Classic Testing Mistakes - http://www.exampler.com/testing...
Before release, 50 bugs are found in subsystem 1. 6 bugs are found in each of the other subsystems. After release, 50 bugs are found in subsystem 1 and 6 bugs in each of the other subsystems. - jcran
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13 Things to Avoid When Changing Habits | zen habits - http://zenhabits.net/13-thin...
y habit change, I find it important to read as much as possible about it, before and during. I will do my research, to find out strategies for success, potential obstacles, good tools that will help me be successful. And I’ll still read about it during the habit change — blogs, magazines, books, forums, success stories — to help motivate me. - jcran
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13 Things to Avoid When Changing Habits | zen habits - http://zenhabits.net/13-thin...
y habit change, I find it important to read as much as possible about it, before and during. I will do my research, to find out strategies for success, potential obstacles, good tools that will help me be successful. And I’ll still read about it during the habit change — blogs, magazines, books, forums, success stories — to help motivate me. - jcran
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Rake - Ruby Tutorials | Dream.In.Code - http://www.dreamincode.net/forums...
Path Extensions To help you create rakefiles, Rake provides some extensions to the existing String class in Ruby. One of these exensions is the ”ext” method which makes changing up a file’s extension quick and easy. For example, we might want to convert a source file name into a target file name. We can easily do that like so: "myfile.c".ext "o" This will convert the file extension of the ”.c” file to a ”.o” file. Take note that this method modifies the String in place so the object itself will be modified rather than just returning a modified String. For more advanced path manip- ulation you can use the ”pathmap” method which takes in a format string to explain how you would like to change the path of a file. Here is an example of the more advanced ”pathmap” method: 1 "myfile.c".pathmap "%X.o" - jcran
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Rake - Ruby Tutorials | Dream.In.Code - http://www.dreamincode.net/forums...
Path Extensions To help you create rakefiles, Rake provides some extensions to the existing String class in Ruby. One of these exensions is the ”ext” method which makes changing up a file’s extension quick and easy. For example, we might want to convert a source file name into a target file name. We can easily do that like so: "myfile.c".ext "o" This will convert the file extension of the ”.c” file to a ”.o” file. Take note that this method modifies the String in place so the object itself will be modified rather than just returning a modified String. For more advanced path manip- ulation you can use the ”pathmap” method which takes in a format string to explain how you would like to change the path of a file. Here is an example of the more advanced ”pathmap” method: 1 "myfile.c".pathmap "%X.o" - jcran
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Wait. Brazil is hosting the Olympics AND World Cup? « Some Here, There, and Nowhere - http://brunoberry.wordpress.com/2010...
So, um, what the? Brazil is going to host both the World Cup and Olympics. I’m Brazilian and this is still a shock. I mean, anyone could have seen it coming in the past decade, seeing how Brazil has grown. Still, it’s like oh gawd, please don’t let anyone get shot. The point is however, if you’re going to Brazil - jcran
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Wait. Brazil is hosting the Olympics AND World Cup? « Some Here, There, and Nowhere - http://brunoberry.wordpress.com/2010...
So, um, what the? Brazil is going to host both the World Cup and Olympics. I’m Brazilian and this is still a shock. I mean, anyone could have seen it coming in the past decade, seeing how Brazil has grown. Still, it’s like oh gawd, please don’t let anyone get shot. The point is however, if you’re going to Brazil - jcran
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Visual Studio .NET 2005 - Unit Tests - Order of Tests by Robbe Morris - http://www.eggheadcafe.com/article...
butes on your class properties of data object classes (see the ADO.NET Code Generator link below for a sample) to flag whether the database will accept null values for that particular property.  This will enable the class to optionally self validate itself (see ADO.NET Code Generator CustomAttributes.cs class for a code sample) versus having to write test code or business layer validation code for each and every class.  This can be a huge time saver. f. I use custom attributes to dynamically populate class pro - jcran
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Visual Studio .NET 2005 - Unit Tests - Order of Tests by Robbe Morris - http://www.eggheadcafe.com/article...
butes on your class properties of data object classes (see the ADO.NET Code Generator link below for a sample) to flag whether the database will accept null values for that particular property.  This will enable the class to optionally self validate itself (see ADO.NET Code Generator CustomAttributes.cs class for a code sample) versus having to write test code or business layer validation code for each and every class.  This can be a huge time saver. f. I use custom attributes to dynamically populate class pro - jcran
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Eterm and rxvt both implement what they call the "screen dump" feature. This escape sequence will cause an arbitrary file to be opened and filled with the current contents of the terminal window. These are the only two tested emulators[1] that still had the ability to write to files enabled by default. Although rxvt will ignore dump requests for existing files, Eterm[2] will happily delete the file and then create it again. Although it is technically the same feature, the OSC code used to trigger it is different between the two emulators. For rxvt, the screen dump code is 55, for Eterm, it is 30. It is possible to control the entire contents of the file by specifying the reset sequence, then the required data, followed by the screen dump command. - jcran
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Eterm and rxvt both implement what they call the "screen dump" feature. This escape sequence will cause an arbitrary file to be opened and filled with the current contents of the terminal window. These are the only two tested emulators[1] that still had the ability to write to files enabled by default. Although rxvt will ignore dump requests for existing files, Eterm[2] will happily delete the file and then create it again. Although it is technically the same feature, the OSC code used to trigger it is different between the two emulators. For rxvt, the screen dump code is 55, for Eterm, it is 30. It is possible to control the entire contents of the file by specifying the reset sequence, then the required data, followed by the screen dump command. - jcran
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i've been thinking a lot lately about how broken the education system is. this was timely. - jcran
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This essay is derived from a talk at Oscon 2004.) A few months ago I finished a new book, and in reviews I keep noticing words like "provocative'' and "controversial.'' To say nothing of "idiotic.'' I didn't mean to make the book controversial. I was trying to make it efficient. I didn't want to waste people's time telling them things they already knew. It's more efficient just to give them the diffs. But I suppose that's bound to yield an alarming book. Edisons There's no controversy about which idea is most controversial: the suggestion that variation in wealth might not be as big a problem as we think. I didn't say in the book that variation in - jcran
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The Grey Corner: Download and Execute Script Shellcode - http://grey-corner.blogspot.com/2010...
bypass restrictive proxy ser - jcran
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