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darconeous /
Last active Dec 23, 2021
Enabling SSH on Engenius EAP600

Enabling SSH on Engenius EAP600 (and maybe other models)

This tutorial will walk you through the steps needed to get root SSH access on an Engenius EAP600 dual-band WiFi access point. SSH doesn't come enabled out of the box on these things, so if you want to SSH into the device (which is running an old version of OpenWRT), keep reading.

alirobe / reclaimWindows10.ps1
Last active Jan 22, 2022
This Windows 10 Setup Script turns off a bunch of unnecessary Windows 10 telemetery, bloatware, & privacy things. Not guaranteed to catch everything. Review and tweak before running. Reboot after running. Scripts for reversing are included and commented. Fork of (different defaults). N.…
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# Tweaked Win10 Initial Setup Script
# Primary Author: Disassembler <>
# Modified by: alirobe <> based on my personal preferences.
# Version: 2.20.2, 2018-09-14
# Primary Author Source:
# Tweaked Source:
# Tweak difference:
# @alirobe's version is a subset focused on safely disabling telemetry, some 'smart' features and 3rd party bloat ...
FelixWeis / scriptPubKey-templates-0-400000.json
Created Mar 5, 2016
Bitcoin output script types by frequency (P2PK, P2PKH, MULTISIG, P2SH, OP_RETURN, ...)
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"OP_HASH160 20 OP_EQUAL": 10083919,
"65 OP_CHECKSIG": 887766,
"OP_RETURN": 288521,
"OP_1 33 33 33 OP_3 OP_CHECKMULTISIG": 224438,
"": 219175,
"OP_1 33 33 OP_2 OP_CHECKMULTISIG": 206415,
"33 OP_CHECKSIG": 101306,
"OP_RETURN 40": 65287,
Yawning / elligator2.h
Last active Mar 20, 2020
(DEPRECATED) A mostly drop in elligator2 for ed25519-donna.
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There used to be something that resembled an Elligator2 implementation here ported from agl's
Go code. The implementation is unmaintained and has severe issues (as pointed out in a comment),
and should not be used for anything.
atcuno / gist:3425484ac5cce5298932
Last active Jan 12, 2022
HowTo: Privacy & Security Conscious Browsing
View gist:3425484ac5cce5298932

The purpose of this document is to make recommendations on how to browse in a privacy and security conscious manner. This information is compiled from a number of sources, which are referenced throughout the document, as well as my own experiences with the described technologies.

I welcome contributions and comments on the information contained. Please see the How to Contribute section for information on contributing your own knowledge.

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Vestride /
Last active Jan 21, 2022
Encoding video for the web

Encoding Video


Install FFmpeg with homebrew. You'll need to install it with a couple flags for webm and the AAC audio codec.

brew install ffmpeg --with-libvpx --with-libvorbis --with-fdk-aac --with-opus
View pctf2014 rsa450
get modulus with
openssl rsa -noout -modulus -pubin -in
======== ======
#!/usr/bin/env python
import re
import sys
import gmpy
from math import floor, ceil
shobotch /
Last active Jan 19, 2022
Twitter (un)official Consumer Key

Twitter Official Consumer Key

Twitter for Android

type:            PIN
Consumer key:    3nVuSoBZnx6U4vzUxf5w
Consumer secret: Bcs59EFbbsdF6Sl9Ng71smgStWEGwXXKSjYvPVt7qys

Twitter for iPhone

type:            PIN
Consumer key:    IQKbtAYlXLripLGPWd0HUA
yellowled / ffmpeg-html5
Created Dec 6, 2011
Convert videos to proper formats for HTML5 video on Linux shell using ffmpeg. Will probably convert this to a bash script later, but for the time being, here's some examples. Not sure there have actually sensible dimensions and bitrates for web video.
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# webm
ffmpeg -i IN -f webm -vcodec libvpx -acodec libvorbis -ab 128000 -crf 22 -s 640x360 OUT.webm
# mp4
ffmpeg -i IN -acodec aac -strict experimental -ac 2 -ab 128k -vcodec libx264 -vpre slow -f mp4 -crf 22 -s 640x360 OUT.mp4
# ogg (if you want to support older Firefox)
ffmpeg2theora IN -o OUT.ogv -x 640 -y 360 --videoquality 5 --audioquality 0 --frontend
bradoaks /
Created Apr 25, 2011 — forked from eqhmcow/
HFSC - linux traffic shaping's best kept secret
# As the "bufferbloat" folks have recently re-discovered and/or more widely
# publicized, congestion avoidance algorithms (such as those found in TCP) do
# a great job of allowing network endpoints to negotiate transfer rates that
# maximize a link's bandwidth usage without unduly penalizing any particular
# stream. This allows bulk transfer streams to use the maximum available
# bandwidth without affecting the latency of non-bulk (e.g. interactive)
# streams.