The initial idea for this post came to me when I noticed nowadays for every Bitcoin protocol update we might end up with an altcoin (BCH, B2X, …) by a group whom resist the changes to the main code repository. As a thought experiment I started to wonder, what would have happened if this fork
[Post to be updated soon] never got the chance to write this blog, and it’s already too late for it. hopefully will write a better one for version 2. This is the support post for the game release version 1.5 UPDATE (Oct 2015): This game paid over 100 rewards.
Some nights ago I started playing with mitmproxy and was looking for something to poke on, Tinder was already taken by Rich Taylor and others. I’ve been using this new social network app that has a new way of spreading the posts called Plague. I liked its concept so… that was enough to poke it 🙂 Setup: mitmproxy
I own an iPhone 4 from the first day it was released till now (iPhone 6 was just announced today). I know myself as an iPhone expert but due to some issues with my iPhone 4 mainboard, I had not updated it to iOS 7.x till today (Mostly laziness and having the comfort zone in iOS 6
As the time passes I focus more and more on bitcoins and put more energy and time one the whole idea. My personal reason is not money, but it’s unstability. Somehow in the course of life, Recently I decided to go as unstable as possible with highs as the sun and downs as … (let’s
The First “Computer Bug” Moth found trapped between points at Relay # 70, Panel F, of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator while it was being tested at Harvard University, 9 September 1947. The operators affixed the moth to the computer log, with the entry: “First actual case of bug being found”. (The term “debugging” already
Here is the summary from thehackernews: An Iranian group of iPhone Geeks from Tehran running a blog i.e. “i-Phone.ir” contacted ‘The Hacker News‘ with another awesome Touch ID hack, shown that how they defeated the very basic phenomenon of Fingerprinting scanner i.e. “No two Fingerprints are exactly alike“. (Greets to Bashir Khoshnevis , Mohsen Lotfi ,
I had an accident on Thursday with my skateboard with the result of a crack on one of my ribs and lots of bruises (the ribs hurt like hell though). Also, I had a moving on Saturday to my new place that was almost like I was crunching my ribs slowly. anyhow, finally I’m here and with some reaver and Fern wifi cracker (much better than the old style airodump-ng and all but less general results) I have some internet connections.
While unpacking, I found a Motorola SurfBoard SB5101 being connected to the internet under the bed (weird). It doesn’t have any wireless functionality so I decided to buy a wireless router and I found a used dlink one as cheap as $20 but as I said I wasn’t in a mood to get out and pick it up 🙂
I’ve been working around Apple iPhone firmwares for a long time, but on iPods my only experience was on the time of some cache-playing hacks that came out on iPod nano 6th generation on firmware 1.0 (nanohack.me).
I wanted to check some plists on the firmware a while ago and because it took me a long time to decrypt the 1.2 firmware with the new addresses I’m just logging my work here for further use by me or anyone else interested.