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Created September 25, 2020 21:54 — forked from mgeeky/
Various Powershell Download Cradles purposed as one-liners

Download Cradles

0) Extra goodies

  • Obfuscated FromBase64String with -bxor nice for dynamic strings deobfuscation:
  • The same as above but for UTF-16 base64 encoded strings:
eabase /
Created September 29, 2020 11:02 — forked from elibroftw/
A Python file to help me get quick statistics on the stock market. It's always evolving.
Investing Quick Analytics
Author: Elijah Lopez
Version: 1.10.3
Created: April 3rd 2020
Updated: September 28th 2020
import calendar
from contextlib import suppress
import csv
eabase / typsetf.ps1
Created October 4, 2020 11:05
Trying to create a Powershell (pwsh.exe) equivalent to the Bash internal "typset -f"
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# Trying to create a PoSh equivalent to the Bash internal "typset -f"
# Trying to create a Powershell (pwsh.exe) equivalent to the Bash internal "typset -f"
# From:
# Usage:
# Write-Host [System.String[]]$FX_DEFS = Get-ScriptFunctionDefinitions -Path "$($PSCommandPath | Split-Path)/Functions.ps1"
# Write-Host [System.String[]]$FX_DEFS = Get-ScriptFunctionDefinitions -Path "$($PSCommandPath | Split-Path)/Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1"
eabase / MemoryAllocationHFT.cpp
Created October 23, 2020 18:54 — forked from silahian/MemoryAllocationHFT.cpp
Pre allocated vs dynamic arrays performance for low latency / high frequency trading systems
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// Example program
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <algorithm>
#include <time.h>
// ***********************************
// This is for measuring CPU clocks
#if defined(__i386__)
static __inline__ unsigned long long rdtsc(void)
eabase /
Created November 11, 2020 12:39
GitHub Collapsible Content

Examples of Collapsible Content

Style 1

Click to see more:
Given the following python code
from pychartjs import BaseChart

class myChart(BaseChart):
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Last active January 24, 2022 21:33
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eabase / Out-HostColored.ps1
Created November 24, 2020 11:01 — forked from mklement0/Out-HostColored.ps1
PowerShell function that colors portions of the default host output that match given patterns.
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Prerequisites: PowerShell version 2 or above.
License: MIT
Author: Michael Klement <>
DOWNLOAD, from PowerShell version 3 or above:
irm | iex
eabase /
Created November 27, 2020 10:05 — forked from rwb27/
Internet access for a Raspberry Pi on a hidden network

Setting up a SOCKS proxy on a Raspberry Pi

My problem: I have a bunch of Raspberry Pi computers, all connected via a network switch and USB ethernet port to a "gateway" Raspberry Pi. However, I don't particularly want them all to be internet-connected all of the time, because (1) it's possible there is a slight security risk and (2) my IT folk at work might not like it. OK, I should also mention (3) I tried and failed to get NAT and dnsmasq to work, and don't have time to finish debugging it.

My solution: I SSH in to my "gateway" Pi (is it ok to call it a gateway even though it's resolutely failing to route any traffic? Never mind...), and from there I can connect to my hidden Pi(s), let's say for arguments sake it's called hiddenpi.local.

ssh pi@hiddenpi.local

Now, I can SSH back again, setting up a SOCKS proxy:

View dlib and face_recognition on raspberry

Install dlib and face_recognition on a Raspberry Pi

Instructions tested with a Raspberry Pi 2 with an 8GB memory card. Probably also works fine on a Raspberry Pi 3.


Download the latest Raspbian Jessie Light image. Earlier versions of Raspbian won't work.

Write it to a memory card using Etcher, put the memory card in the RPi and boot it up.

eabase /
Created December 18, 2020 23:15
pip search removed - The Return (How hard can it be?)
# Basic pip search function provided by:
import sys
from urllib import request
from tabulate import tabulate
def search () :
f = request.urlopen('' % sys.argv[1])