This repository collects the original source code of various Commodore Business Machines (CBM) computers converted to a modern encoding (ASCII, LF, indentation).
Using kernalemu and cbm6502asm, almost all source in this repo can be built from the UNIX command line. To build everything, run build.sh from the Unix command line, on a case-insensitive filesystem.
In the repo:
- All of the KIM and AIM machines
- All of the CBM machines
- All of the PET machines
- C64, 65 and 128
- All floppy disk drives
- Printer ROM (seems there was only one)
- Software that came in ROM
- Internal software devkits and tools
- Some games that were only on cartridge
- Firmware for an Amiga serial interface
A method for distributing cryptographic entropy in the form of numerical values to systems that need it. Collects entropy from other systems and hashes it into the pool. While I can't vouch for how much entropy is in those values it seems interesting to experiment with.
The μg Project is a collection of free and open development APIs that are fully compatible with Google's GAPPS APIs but use different back end services. For example, rather than Google Maps there is a library which uses Open Streetmaps instead, but code written to use the Google Maps API won't know the difference.
The Github project page of Email-Searcher, the search engine Anonymous wrote to index and search the HBGary e-mail archive. This search engine could be easily applied to any other large volume of e-mail, from personal ~/Maildir directories to mailing list archives. Requires LAMP.
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