Hashdays, I’ll come! Just bought my ticket to this awesome conference, happening in Lucerne each year (see ).Beneath all the technical talks, I’m relly looking forward to attending the well-established hashdays party friday evening. Just in case you read this post, drop me a comment. We’ll see us at the con!
See what funny Outlook invitations I receive all over the day 😉 I like! *looool* WTF. 😀
In some situations you need to debug your signal handler code. When using gdb, you soon notice, that gdb’s default behaviour is to consume the signals itself. you can change the default behaviour by issuing the following command as an example: (gdb) handle SIGINT pass This instructs gdb to pass over the signal to your…Details
I know, this is in some way a rather religious topic, but I was interested in how to properly code C and in how to handle variables and variable-passing to functions in a clean way. After doing some research I come to the following conlcusion. When Writing Non-Multi-Threaded Programs Below are my personal recommendations when…Details
Look at this picture of an image I’ve found hyperlinked on Bruce Schneier’s Blog. It seems as it was absolutely impossible to find a better background for the interview. *LOOOOL* and EPIC FAIL.
While checking my mails, I’ve found a funny link to Yakov Fain’s Blog, where he outlines what you shouldn’t bring to an IT conference . Quite funny to read. Thanks for the contribution 🙂
A nice site I’ve found today, was  where you can create a VCARD encoded as a QR code. Altough my QRCode reader on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich had problems reading the code, I’ve created on and I’ll test it using other software soon. Anyway, check out yourself 🙂
Hello there! Today I flew over to Frankfurt, Germany to attend the IPv6 Kongress organized by Heise . I’m really glad to be there as it gives me other insights regarding this topic. I’m currently busy writing my bachelor’s thesis about IPv6 Security. I expect to get a walth of informaiton for during the next…Details
Hello folks, I finally managed to release my first working version of DNSNINJA, a DNS host enumeration tool which makes use of wordlists. The to do list is long, so I hope to release an improved version soon. Anyway, get the tool and try it out yourself. You’ll find source code and documenation in .…Details
The last few days I was experimenting with a tool that I came across. It is called “Duplicity” and it seemed to exactly that what I needed. In fact it has the following features: Supported Backup Types Duplicit supports full and incremental backups. Especially it has some nice features for cleaning up your backup storage.…Details