"Global warming is a myth." - Mike Pence
Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Sarah Silverman seem to have more in common
than Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have in common.
If you're the kind of person that orders motherboards from Newegg to
build computers with, you now have to check to be sure that motherboards
you buy either have no UEFI or allow it to be disabled. Otherwise
what happens is that the motherboard firmware essentially installs a
Microsoft rootkit on your hard drive (which in my view is not much
different from the Sony rootkit) that has the primary purpose of preventing
you from installing Linux.
- Robokrusher, an indie game that I wrote
- Stuff Inspired by Edward Snowden's Revelations
- Adding correlation-attack resistance to data.
- Make data virtually indistinguishable from randomness before encrypting it.
- g^x mod p primes
- Tools for computing large prime numbers for use in Diffie-Hellman key exchanges
- /dev/urandom for Windows, a Cryptographic Pseudorandom Number Generator
- C source, a uniform distribution 0 to N-1 function, and example random file generator
- Arithmetic functions for arbitrarily large positive integers
- C source for +-*/, sqrt(), gcd(), rand_n(), is_prime(), atoi(), itoa(), a^e mod n, etc.
- LFSRs - Pseudorandom Number Generators
- C source of mask generator for all masks to 16 bits plus 160-bit LFSR
- Robots and Mechanical Fabrication
- Make article: Hardware random number generator
- Electronics - TTL, ISA bus, microcontrollers, embedded stuff
- AVL / Balance Tree interactive demonstration
- Lightweight HTTP server in C
- Algebraic expression parser in C
- Simple lock/release memory pool manager
- A large graphics/network project that I won't live long enough to complete.
- Basic character encoding and Huffman compression
- 3D graphics on Palm OS (w/ C & 68000 source code)
- Radioactivity is always fun!
- Random story generator
- Some music, because, well, why not?
- ESP Scalpel, for the kind of Skyrim modder who sometimes uses a hex editor
- Interesting connections I'm receiving. Net admins around the world used to stay on top of this stuff and quash systems sending spoofed syns and whatnot. Too many of 'em nowadays I guess.
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