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nlitsme / messagehash.md
Last active Mar 20, 2021
How to calculate the bitcoin messagehash
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Demonstrate how to calculate the messagehash for the two signatures in this transaction

See ecdsa_demo.py for code showing how to use this to crack the bitcoin secret key.

These are the values extracted from the example transaction below:

pk="04 db d0 c6 15 32 27 9c f7 29 81 c3 58 4f c3 22 16 e0 12 76 99 63 5c 27 89 f5 49 e0 73 0c 05 9b 81 ae 13 30 16 a6 9c 21 e2 3f 18 59 a9 5f 06 d5 2b 7b f1 49 a8 f2 fe 4e 85 35 c8 a8 29 b4 49 c5 ff"
r="d4 7c e4 c0 25 c3 5e c4 40 bc 81 d9 98 34 a6 24 87 51 61 a2 6b f5 6e f7 fd c0 f5 d5 2f 84 3a d1"
s1="44 e1 ff 2d fd 81 02 cf 7a 47 c2 1d 5c 9f d5 70 16 10 d0 49 53 c6 83 65 96 b4 fe 9d d2 f5 3e 3e"
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nlitsme / pyz3.py
Created Oct 14, 2020
example sudoku solver
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from z3 import *
# https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ATC_uBF8ow
# Normal sudoku rules apply.
# - ALL horizontally and vertically neighbouring digits with the sum 10 are marked with X;
# - ALL horizontally and vertically neighbouring digits with the sum 5 are marked with V.
# these pairs sum to 10:
# (0,2) + (1,2), (0,4) + (1,4), (0,6) + (1,6)
# (1,1) + (2,1), (1,3) + (2,3), (1,5) + (2,5), (1,7) + (2,7)
# (2,2) + (3,2), (2,4) + (3,4), (2,6) + (3,6)
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nlitsme / mpmp12.md
Last active Aug 14, 2020
mpmp12 Marchingband solution
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Marching Band problem

In this document I describe a solution to the 'marchingband' problem as stated on think-maths:

What is the fewest number of performers you require for your marching band to
have 64 marching options? (Only whole positive numbers will be accepted)

Where a 'marchingband' can march only in a rectangular shape.

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nlitsme / countries.txt
Created Jul 29, 2020
python scripts to show corona statistics
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EMRO AF Afghanistan 647500 37171921 World;Asia;NonCKIR
EURO AL Albania 28748 2876591 World;Europe;NonEU
AFRO DZ Algeria 2381740 34178188 World;Africa;North Africa
WPRO AS American Samoa (United States) 199 55465 World;Oceania;Polynesia
EURO AD Andorra 468 77281 World;Europe;NonEU
AFRO AO Angola 1246700 12799293 World;Africa;Central Africa
AMRO AI Anguilla (United Kingdom) 91 14731 World;North America
AMRO AG Antigua and Barbuda 442 96286 World;North America
AMRO AR Argentina 2766890 44361150 World;South America
EURO AM Armenia 29743 2951745 World;Europe;NonEU
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nlitsme / README.md
Last active Jun 11, 2020
mpmp8 stackfolding
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This gist describes my solution to Matt Parker's puzzle #8:

My solution involves looking at the pattern of folds when viewing the folded stack from the sides. And then using some python code to generate all possible ways the folds can match up in a way that you will still end up with two rows of 4 sheets.

The list below shows all ways to fold a piece of paper, including ways where the top-left ends up on the inside of the folded stack.

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nlitsme / lbk
Created Nov 14, 2019
Search timemachine backups and apfs snapshots for a specific file
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#!/bin/bash
#
# Script which scans all your mounted timemachine volumes, and apfs snapshots for a specific file.
#
# Willem Hengeveld <itsme@xs4all.nl>
#
if [[ $(id -u) -ne 0 ]]; then
sudo $0 "$@"
exit $?
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nlitsme / breachquery.sh
Created Dec 14, 2017
query.sh for older bash versions - from magnet:?xt=urn:btih:7ffbcd8cee06aba2ce6561688cf68ce2addca0a3
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#!/bin/bash
# query.sh from BreachCompilation - magnet:?xt=urn:btih:7ffbcd8cee06aba2ce6561688cf68ce2addca0a3
# works with older bash versions.
# patch by Willem <itsme@xs4all.nl>
dir=$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )
if [ "$1" != "" ]; then
word1=$(echo $1 | tr A-Z a-z)
letter1=$(echo $word1|cut -b1)
if [[ $letter1 == [a-zA-Z0-9] ]]; then
View findprettysha2017pocnr.py
"""
Python script for finding a still available pretty phonenumber on the sha2017 POC network.
Register your phone number on: https://poc.sha2017.org/
Author: Willem Hengeveld <itsme@xs4all.nl>
This code is released under the Beerware license.
"""
from __future__ import print_function
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"""
Example how to decrypt whatsapp msgstore backups with extension .crypt12.
Author: Willem Hengeveld <itsme@xs4all.nl>
"""
from Crypto.Cipher import AES
import zlib
import sys
datafile = keyfile = None
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nlitsme / kallsyms.py
Created Jun 6, 2017
idapython script decoding the linux kernel symbol table
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# Linux kernel kallsyms unpacker
# Version 0.2
# Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Igor Skochinsky
#
# This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
# warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
# arising from the use of this software.
#
# Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
# including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it