How-to: crack 1024 bit RSA encryption by clusterf*ck

How-to: crack 1024 bit RSA encryption by clusterf*ck

Granted, it’s a how-to on a theoretical level, but still. The RSA algorithm is used for for public-key cryptography and was publicly described in 1978 by messieurs Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman (in case you read this before you’ve had your first cup of coffee of the day – the initials of their surnames spell RSA. You’re welcome). It was released... Read More

Flash, King of the Impossible

Flash, King of the Impossible

If you have been using a web browser to surf the Internet at any point in time since 1996 (thank you, Tim Berners-Lee), you’ve probably encountered Adobe Flash in one way or another. In short, you have. Be it a CPU hogging banner on your favorite news site or a special CPU hogging movie at your favorite web 2.0 porn site (you know it, I know it, the neighbour who steals your... Read More

Turn your arm into a touchscreen, surfing for porn may get confusing, sticky

Turn your arm into a touchscreen, surfing for porn may get confusing, sticky

So a couple of bona fide geniuses have come up with a way to project, say, a keyboard or dial pad directly to your skin via a device that fits snugly on your upper arm. They call it the Skinput. Yes, the Skinput. Accompanied with technology to acutely detect ultra low frequency sounds and subseqent vibrations that are produced when you tap your skin (that’s what she said),... Read More

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    My name is William and I'm a 30 year old developer/designer from Stockholm, Sweden. I have a love/hate relationship with PHP, I'm slightly aroused by jQuery and if I had the Adobe Flash IDE as a friend on Facebook, I'd label it as "it's complicated". This is my twelfth year as a freelance monkey. I prefer the term mercenary, but someone said it had a negative ring to it. Whatever. Oh, and I'm a Mac guy who loves his BacBook Pro in a somewhat unhealthy way.


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