SHA2017 Junior CTF is my first ever timed CTF and this is a writeup for my
favourite challenge from the weekend.
This challenge has you exploit an
input() in Python 2. The tricky part is that
the input is multiplied by a string so you need to find a way to get the output
of a file and still return a number to be multiplied.
Testing in .NET Core is extremely easy with xunit but the
setup process for those of us outside of Visual Studio can be a bit
trickier. In this post I will cover setting up all of the packages and
getting a demo test running.
As part of a larger project, a personal API and dashboard, I’ve been interested
in tracking all of the driving I do. For a while I used OpenGPSTracker from my
phone but it tended to be a bit of a pain since I would have to open it up and
turn on tracking everytime I got in the car. I did use Trigger to automatically
open it up when connected to Bluetooth but sometimes that would be slow.
Ultimately, I want all of the tracking to occur without my intervention. The
good news is I had an old Samsung Note 1 gathering dust so I determined it was a
good time to put it to use.
Having trouble with The Long Dark launching on the wrong monitor on your
Ubuntu desktop? Here is how you fix it!
I got TLS installed last week and it wasn’t the hardest thing to do. I have
compiled some tips to try and smooth out your attempt.
As of this morning, my website is using TLS. All
HTTP traffic will be permanently redirecting to HTTPS.
This is the setup procedure for installing ASP.NET 5 on Linux using Mono. The
team at Microsoft has put together some good documentation so I will link those
and provide tips on parts that don’t work as well or that have changed.