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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

PDF Zero Day Exploits with 666

"The attackers left a small clue in the code, in the form of the number 666 (0x29A hex) before one of the decryption subroutines: ..." -
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  • MiniDuke
  • Thursday, February 14, 2013

    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

    SpiderOnFire and Android Augmented Reality

    Web Binoculars for The Spider on Fire

    I will likely limit the number of free uploads to 5 geotags. An unlimited version of the Augmented Reality browser will cost .99 cents to cover server and programming costs.

    Use the current desktop interface at SpiderOnFire and download the current free unlimited Android browser at Google Play while you can.

    Come get you some.

    Friday, February 8, 2013

    Multiple-pages-in-one Method of Mobile Web Design

    I mention this here as it is relevant to the previous post that describes mimicking pop up windows with CSS. One can create mobile pages by the same method to load one HTML file that contains multiple DIVs one for each page. jQuery mobile makes this possible. Here is a sample.
    <div data-role='page'>
    <header data-role="header"><h1>Main Page</h1></header>
    <section data-role='content'>
    <h3>Main Page</h3>
    <a href="#secondPage">
    Some text for link
    <footer data-role='footer'><h4>© 2013</h4></footer>
    <div data-role='page' id='secondPage'>
    <header data-role="header"><h1>Second Page</h1></header>
    <section data-role='content'>
    Content for second page
    <footer data-role='footer'><h4>© 2013</h4></footer>

    Wednesday, February 6, 2013

    Tuesday, February 5, 2013

    CSS and Javascript for Pop-Up Window effect

    I used this code to effect pop up windows at #SpiderOnFire. The problem is that all the content is loaded at once, but then only displayed upon surfer clicking. function colorin(content) { document.getElementById(content).style.background='#9999ff'; }
    function colorout(content, color) { document.getElementById(content).style.background=color; }
    function showinfo(content) { document.getElementById(content).style.display='block'; }
    function hideinfo(content) { document.getElementById(content).style.display='none';
    style> #infopan { display:none; // NOT DISPLAYING upon PAGE LOAD overflow:auto; z-index: 7; position: absolute; top:50px; left:50px; height: 235px; width: 525px; border: 6px solid white; box-shadow: 5px 5px 10px #000000; background-color:#000000; } /style "
    " a href="javascript:;" onclick="showinfo('infopan');" onmouseout="colorout('infopan', '#99ccff'); " // onmouseover="colorin('infopan');"> button> Show Info Panel /button /a"
    " div id='infopan' Blah...blah...blah /div "

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

    Old School Ripping CD's that I Own

    This FreeRip is pretty straight forward.

    If you want a full image of the CD I have used MagicISO successfully in the past.

    This last one is a bonus. Tired of putting the game CD in the drive in order to play? Then you want to rip a game CD and then play it on your PC with a Virtual Drive

    Friday, February 1, 2013

    Record Android Screen to PC for Presentation

    This instructional assumes that you are a developer who already has the Android SDK installed, has a c:/Java folder with JDK, JRE6 and JRE7, has an Android phone set to debug mode and has an Android to PC USB connector. If you identify with the above characteristics, then all you have to do is the following.
    1. Download great program called Droid@Screen
    2. Save the "droidAtScreen-1.0.1.jar" to a folder like "../Downloads"
    3. Set up your environment variables by clicking [Start], type "Environment" and then click [Edit system environment variables]
    4. Add entries for ANDROID_HOME and ANDROID_SDK_HOME with the paths set to c:/android/platform-tools/. Or set it to wherever the ADB (Android Debug Bridge) program is located.
    5. Open a command line window by clicking [Start] and typing "command"
    6. Navigate to the folder containing droidAtScreen-1.0.1.jar and type: "java -jar droidAtScreen-1.0.1.jar.
    7. Start your Android device with the USB cord plugged in to the PC.
    8. Enjoy the fantastic tool created by Jens Riboe