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HTS Weekly Challenge #3 !!!

Welcome to the HTS weekly challenge #3! Here you are given a challenge scenario and should attempt to solve it as epicly as possible. This weeks challenge is a little easy, and I recommend everyone try their hand at it. Enjoy! Following the horrible release of XSphere One, Anoonymoose have once agai...
by WallShadow
on Mon May 04, 2015 4:25 pm
 
Forum: User Submitted
Topic: HTS Weekly Challenge #3 !!!
Comments: 2
Views: 4132

Re: Need some help with NAT of router

for regular routers? nope. a little background on local and public networks: the public network is what connects everyone. a local network uses a local ip address space, and whenever someone from a local network wants to access something on the public network, they need their packets to go through t...
by WallShadow
on Sat Apr 25, 2015 11:48 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Need some help with NAT of router
Comments: 3
Views: 6906

Re: Open files in Forbidden 403 folder

Yes, but it's expensive time-wise. Basically, you need to keep requesting various different file names until one of them works (doesn't produce a 404). Usually you have special scripts built for that with special word-lists designed to look for special pages (ex: admin logins). When you request a di...
by WallShadow
on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:51 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Open files in Forbidden 403 folder
Comments: 1
Views: 7576

HTS weekly challenge #1

Hello everyone! Tonight, I provide a simple challenge in hopes of getting as many people to participate as possible. Try your hand at it and post your results when you're done (please avoid spoiling it for others). Using pre-existing tools is a valid technique, however I recommend everyone write you...
by WallShadow
on Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:38 pm
 
Forum: User Submitted
Topic: HTS weekly challenge #1
Comments: 16
Views: 33428

Re: Asymmetric

It's hard to quantify because asymmetric cryptography systems have starkly different properties from symmetric ones. In general though, yes; using an asymmetric cipher will provide a much more secure communication than symmetric, and you're right, it's the computation cost that is an extreme barrier...
by WallShadow
on Wed Apr 15, 2015 12:09 pm
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Asymmetric
Comments: 2
Views: 6506

Perl 5.22 preview and the fun of it

So perl 5.22 preview released: http://perltricks.com/article/165/2015/4/10/A-preview-of-Perl-5-22 And one of the new features is a safe diamond operator. Turns out, the diamond operator will execute file names as commands if it finds shell meta characters in it. Proof: #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; us...
by WallShadow
on Fri Apr 10, 2015 10:21 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Perl 5.22 preview and the fun of it
Comments: 0
Views: 3924

Re: bits of indentifying info in my browser?

That really depends on how deep you want the rabit hole to go. I'll run down the list of things i encounter daily, feel free to google and learn about them and how to prevent/mitigate them: cookies (especially from advertisers like google) user-agent (identifies your operating system and version, an...
by WallShadow
on Fri Mar 20, 2015 11:27 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: bits of indentifying info in my browser?
Comments: 3
Views: 4398

Re: Learn to apply a language

Hmmm, I understand what you're looking for, OP, but i honestly don't know any books that are used for applying javascript. Perhaps you want to look into node.js, which is a framework that uses javascript and provides the tools necessary to build all kinds of applications. Generally js isn't used for...
by WallShadow
on Thu Mar 19, 2015 11:33 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Learn to apply a language
Comments: 7
Views: 7490

Re: Internet Explorer is being retired

"We give up, we admit that Internet Explorer is shit. So to prove to you guys that we are on your side, we are ending Internet Explorer. Please make no comparisons between Internet Explorer and Project Spartan, we cannot confirm nor deny that they are made by the same people, for the same purpo...
by WallShadow
on Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:46 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Internet Explorer is being retired
Comments: 11
Views: 9162

Re: Latest uTorrent version secretly installs bitcoin miner

I used to use utorrent but moved over to qbittorrent about half a year ago when utorrent started showing ads and trying to install crap. Seems they are desperate for a source of revenue, or someone else is now driving them towards that. Pathetic in my opinion.
by WallShadow
on Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:38 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Latest uTorrent version secretly installs bitcoin miner
Comments: 4
Views: 4376
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