A build log of the Null 2 Retropie handheld. Includes how to modify existing builds of Raspbian to work with that custom hardware.
The weirdest, most unusual stuff on the surplus market at surprisingly good prices. Check back occasionally, you never know what you're going to find.
Rogues Village is a place to explore alternative approaches to and uses for existing security concepts by looking to non-traditional areas of knowledge. Incorporating expertise from the worlds of sleight of hand, con games, espionage, and advantage play, this village has a special emphasis on Social Engineering, Physical Security and Playful Mischief.
Harmony’s protocol is designed to be as straightforward and pragmatic as possible. We do not make attempts at creating a “universal” design philosophy which the entire protocol is forced to follow, instead implementing things that make sense as a single cohesive system. Time has proven over time over that design idealism is often a limiting factor in services. Aims to be lightweight and somewhat simple to both understand and develop for.
Play elevator music in the background while your script runs.
from script_background_music import play_music_in_background
A Mexican company that designs and sells hacker toys, security auditing tools, and educational devices. They even sell products suitable for teaching kids.
Many common and unusual algorithms, implemented in Python as learning exercises. If you want to get a sense of what, say, data structures or fuzzy logic would look like in Python, this is a good place to start.
rot13labs is a small shop in Florida that specializes in building and designing small electronics for hackers. This includes everything from USB hacking tools to electronic conference badges.
The LHC is a loose collective of people interested in hacking. LHC began on /r/defcon as a way for people attending DEF CON ‘alone’ to meet up with other people.
If you need to check on the status of your application for or renewal of your United States passport, here's where you can check.
Agent that monitors a flow of data and uses Isolation Forest techniques to identify statistical outliers and anomalies.
The nonpartisan, nonprofit National Institute on Money in Politics (NIMP) promotes an accountable democracy by compiling comprehensive campaign-donor, lobbyist, and other information from government disclosure agencies nationwide and making it freely available at FollowTheMoney.org.
The Institute researches and archives a 50-state federal/state database of contributions documenting $100+ billion, plus more than 2 million state lobbyist-client relationships that are registered annually. Recent expansions include selected local-level data, collecting independent spending reports for federal campaigns and in 31 states, and lobbying spending in 20 states.
Has a REST API: https://www.followthemoney.org/our-data/apis
Sells storage adapters, upgrades, and accessories for classic 8-bit computers, including the Atari and Commodore.
Lotharek sells hardware upgrades and replacement parts for retrocomputers, including the Commodore and Atari 8-bits.
This project demonstrates some possibilities for computational magic and telematic and automatic telesmata, and is intended to provoke discussion about the expression, automation, and trivialization of magic through technology. The basic concepts underlying the technology are based largely on several of Peter J. Carroll’s ideas.
A large gallery of photographs from Defcon, Blackhat, and a few other things.
Clock Web App is an Open Source project that brings a feature rich Clock app to any system for completely free. It is developed for Web Based Operating Systems and is powerful software that is easy to use and easy to develop as it has a clean code base. Clone the repo, serve the
public/ subdirectory, and that's it. No build process.
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