CRC Press has allowed Meneze et al. to make publicly available their Handbook of Applied Cryptography. This is an award-winning book and, of course, a must-have in your Computer Security library.
Here is the book and here is the source code of most of the algorithms in the book.
So you belived Microsoft and you thought XP is the most stable version of Windows out there? In fact it’s not. Zappadodle‘s people say this will break it:
printf ("Hung uptbbbbbb") ;
Well, I’ve not tried it, but I think it should not crash (at least, not with every compiler: it should depend on what microinstructions the compiler generates). If anyone could comment on this, please do so.
Some people are really bored. Like this guy who has “filmed” Star Wars Episode IV (the first one ever produced) in ASCII art and is “broadcasting” (or might I say “narrowcasting”?) it via telnet. Point your telnet clients to towel.blinkenlights.nl (port 21) and try it yourself./