46 pages about "Code"
10 years since I joined GitHub.
What a wonderful journey.
I remember when I discovered the SSID Billboard / SSID Advertising hack:
It joins a more generic trend I love: the equivalent of side-channel attacks or just, hacking default usages for alternative purposes.
PS: Just to be clear, no, I don’t have the private key that goes with the
ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIL++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ public key :)
PS 2:: Yes, I do have the private keys for public keys ending with
42, and yes, I generated a lot of keys before having them (approx 2 millions) :p
Un ami vient d’inventer un nouveau mot:
Cripoudant = adjectif désignant quelque chose oscillant en dents de scie, mais avec des plateaux aux amplitudes min ou max réparties aléatoirement
J’en ai profité pour faire un PoC: https://moul.link/cripoudant :)
I recenlty asked multiple riends to fullfill a survey that will become a book, see my
Interviews Book idea.
One of the question is: “What word would you like to add to the dictionary, what would the definition be?”.
Tomtom, a good (and smart) friend naturally replied (in French):
Cripoudant - adjectif désignant quelque chose oscillant en dents de scie, mais avec des plateaux aux amplitudes min ou max réparties aléatoirement
Which can be google-translated as:
Cripouding - adjective designating something oscillating sawtooth, but with trays with amplitudes min or max distributed randomly
I made a small PoC on Codepen of what Cripoudant should look like:
Here are the result of their work: