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@tyler-public
tyler-public / updater.sh
Last active Jul 2, 2019
updater.sh post shellcheck
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
## ghacks-user.js updater for macOS and Linux
## version: 2.5.1
## Author: Pat Johnson (@overdodactyl)
## Additional contributors: @earthlng, @ema-pe, @claustromaniac, @iamtpage
## DON'T GO HIGHER THAN VERSION x.9 !! ( because of ASCII comparison in update_updater() )
@infosecn1nja
infosecn1nja / gist:04ab2d8ea15f98880bbf7b70168fa3dd
Last active Aug 12, 2019
APT Group/Red Team Weaponization Phase
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APT Group/Red Team Weaponization Phase
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C2 tools :
- Cobalt Strike
- Empire
- PoshC2
- PupyRAT
- Metasploit
@CHEF-KOCH
CHEF-KOCH / Randomization + encryption of DNS requests.md
Created Dec 29, 2018
Randomization + encryption of DNS requests
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@b9AcE
b9AcE / PaleMoon_Addons.md
Created Nov 25, 2018
Pale Moon web browser add-ons recommended by b9AcE
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Pale Moon web browser add-ons recommended by b9AcE (on Mastodon and Twitter)

Revision 2018-11-25.

Since Firefox has decided to migrate itself into becoming a watered down version of Google Chrome, with similar telemetry and other anti-privacy nonsense included by default, I have looked through many of the alternatives and found that to me Pale Moon seems the best option available. Therefore I will now share my list of which add-ons I use, so that new users might use that as some inspiration for which ones they might want to consider using as well. Some parts are the same or very similar to the equivalent list I did for Firefox a while ago. The listing order is an approximation of how important I personally consider them right now.

@NullArray
NullArray / payloads.MD
Last active Sep 10, 2019
XSS Payload Lists, sorted on type.
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XSS Payloads, simple overview

Basic payload

<script>alert('XSS')</script>
<scr<script>ipt>alert('XSS')</scr<script>ipt>
"><script>alert('XSS')</script>
"><script>alert(String.fromCharCode(88,83,83))</script>

Img payload

@joepie91
joepie91 / js-tooling.md
Last active Nov 25, 2019
An overview of Javascript tooling
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Getting confused about the piles of development tools that people use for Javascript? Here's a quick index of what is used for what.

Keep in mind that you shouldn't add tools to your workflow for the sake of it. While you'll see many production systems using a wide range of tools, these tools are typically used because they solved a concrete problem for the developers working on it. You should not add tools to your project unless you have a concrete problem that they can solve; none of the tools here are required.

Start with nothing, and add tools as needed. This will keep you from getting lost in an incomprehensible pile of tooling.

Build/task runners

Typical examples: Gulp, Grunt

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ipset -N amazon nethash
ipset -A amazon 52.46.164.0/23
ipset -A amazon 177.71.207.16/29
ipset -A amazon 99.82.128.0/20
ipset -A amazon 52.46.184.0/22
ipset -A amazon 52.93.5.0/24
ipset -A amazon 54.231.128.0/19
ipset -A amazon 54.239.106.253
ipset -A amazon 54.94.0.0/16
ipset -A amazon 52.64.128.0/17
@lisp-is-the-future
lisp-is-the-future / install-termux-arch.sh
Last active Apr 8, 2019
How to install TermuxArch in Termux of Android (Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1)
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#################################################################
# How to install Arch in your Android (into the App TermuxArch)
# and be able to use your Android device like a personal computer
# even running a X server to have GUI
#################################################################
###############################
# Install Termux
###############################
@immanuelpotter
immanuelpotter / DatSci-intro.md
Last active Nov 9, 2019
Basic Data Science in Python guide (pandas, numpy, scikit-learn, nltk, stats)
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An introduction to Data Science: Python

Immanuel Potter

This guide may assume some very basic programming knowledge, but not necessarily python. It aims to give anyone enough knowledge to start diving into data problems themselves by using these techniques, and tries to explain (fairly comprehensively) everything that is going on for the newcomer.

This guide will be covering several different topics and should equip you with enough knowledge to try some of what you read out on real problems.

Contents:

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Raspberry Pi - Clean Install

A great set of video resources can be found here. Most of this setup process comes from these videos. This setup process should work fine for either a pi3 or a piZero, but the peripherals needed will change depending on which you are setting up.

Installing the OS

  1. Download the newest version of Raspbian from The Raspberry Pi Org.
  2. Download a copy of The Unarchiver to extract the Raspbian img file.
  3. Download a copy of Pi Filler from IvanX to easily flash the OS to the card.
  4. Right click on the OS zip file and open with The Unarchiver. Extracting the file to the same folder is fine.
  5. Once extracted, open up Pi Filler. Select your img file, insert your SD card, and continue through the prompts.
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