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Silence is a bliss

Silence is a bliss. Or maybe not in this case. Almost 6 months without a blog post is a long time for someone used to blogging, but for me, well, to be honest I didn't even noticed it. And not that my blog is so interesting, rather than it's just a storage for things I read, write or code. So what was happening? Most of the time was spent working on a new version of HFC volunteer network with Johnny Long...

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[Bits And Pieces] Ubuntu terminal notification

How many times you had to check your terminal to see if a current job is done? Or multiple terminals? This sometimes can be a time consuming or you can just forget you have been doing something and then you must start the process all over again. Well one solution can be using NotifyOSD to get a notification when a job in terminal has completed. I found this old blog post by 

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[Tools] DNS Scraping for Corporate AV Detection

Rob Dixon [ @304geek ] from AccuvantLABS published small but simple tool writen in bash called Scrape-DNS which can be used for quering cached DNS entries in search for malware and other "bad" sites. Short exerpt from 

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HFC volunteer site

I'm a poor blogger, I know. It's been several months since last blog update and there is no excuse for it. Almost no excuse. I've been working on a big project for Hackers For Charity developing a web application for HFC volunteer project ...

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[tools] XSS ChEF - Chrome Extension Exploitation Framework

Another interesting tool was drawn to my attention yesterday - Chrome Extension Exploitation Framework or XSS ChEF, which exploits XSS vulnerabilities in Chrome extensions...

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[Bits and pieces] Custom python shell

Today we will have some fun with python and try to create a "framework" using python shell. We will make a custom python shell with the ability of loading modules. You all probably know how python shell looks like, but here it is:





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