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Re: an electronics/DIY section?

Right now these kind of things seem to belong in the Hardware subforum. There's a few such project there already (mostly Arduino and Raspberry Pi, but whatever else you may want to do with any physical components should also fit in there).
by LiquidLemon
on Fri Jul 01, 2016 6:50 am
 
Forum: Comments & Suggestions
Topic: an electronics/DIY section?
Comments: 2
Views: 10392

Re: a problem about update msf in bt5

i have try many methods,but it didnt work. That's not very descriptive. Did you try updating the bundler gem manually as suggested? Did you maybe try removing bundler from the Gemfile? Aside from that Backtrack has now been replaced by another distro called Kali Linux . It's pretty much the same th...
by LiquidLemon
on Tue Apr 12, 2016 11:45 am
 
Forum: Operating Systems
Topic: a problem about update msf in bt5
Comments: 4
Views: 13572

Re: Online CTF Event (Feb 20th - 21st)

Count me in.
by LiquidLemon
on Sun Feb 07, 2016 11:20 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Online CTF Event (Feb 20th - 21st)
Comments: 18
Views: 11886

Re: folder sharing

This sounds like a really bad riddle. I think that you need to realize that a computer is a computer. Not a home. Nor something else. You can't explain everything by using analogies (or at least this one doesn't fit here).
The same goes for your previous question about master keys.
by LiquidLemon
on Tue Jan 05, 2016 6:35 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: folder sharing
Comments: 2
Views: 4248

Re: getting browser to properly call .js files

If you were to download the file and then link it by yourself, then sure, using an external resource is going to be much better. But if you have a lot of your own code and then also libraries that it depends on you'd want to bundle all that into a single .js file to minimize the amount of requests t...
by LiquidLemon
on Thu Dec 31, 2015 4:35 am
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: getting browser to properly call .js files
Comments: 4
Views: 5852

Re: getting browser to properly call .js files

Yeah, you're missing jQuery. It's not a part of the core JS library (if you even can call it that). You should download jQuery and then link it before your script. Or if you're lazy you can also link it from here: http://code.jquery.com/ (it's not something that you should do when publishing a serio...
by LiquidLemon
on Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:40 am
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: getting browser to properly call .js files
Comments: 4
Views: 5852

Re: Best hacking hardware?

To be fair you can hack on pretty much everything. The only time when specs do matter is when you're trying to brute-force something. If you want to play with wi-fi networks then you should get a wireless card that allows packet injection. You'll want to use linux (I'm not saying that you can't do i...
by LiquidLemon
on Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:10 am
 
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Best hacking hardware?
Comments: 10
Views: 43034

Re: how can I change all the information from my internet?

I think that this belongs in "Networking". To answer your question: it depends. If you have a dynamic ip you could just request a new address (which could be done in your router settings). If you want to change your ip address to be more anonymous you can use a proxy or a vpn. I don't know...
by LiquidLemon
on Tue Dec 22, 2015 8:42 am
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: how can I change all the information from my internet?
Comments: 2
Views: 9396

Re: what is the answer to this security question

ghostheadx2 wrote:what fruit is the wireless penetration testing router?

From what I know you own that fucking thing.
by LiquidLemon
on Tue Dec 22, 2015 8:22 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: what is the answer to this security question
Comments: 17
Views: 16700

Brainfuck interpreter in Ruby

So this is a simple script that I made during the weekend. In the beginning I was going to write some actual Brainfuck code but it quickly became too confusing. So I ended up creating this interpreter, because it felt less tricky.

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What is Brainfuck?
by LiquidLemon
on Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:34 am
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: Brainfuck interpreter in Ruby
Comments: 0
Views: 7670
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