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sh4dowb / atomic_eth.js
Created May 30, 2021
atomic wallet get eth private key / address by mnemonic seed
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// fuck you atomic. why can't you just be fucking normal?
// east home innocent snake icon curtain series brave guard program history stand
// BIP39 seed:
var seed = new Uint8Array([70, 78, 5, 155, 232, 171, 38, 78, 191, 56, 142, 102, 122, 20, 65, 239, 127, 215, 39, 174, 28, 222, 17, 150, 102, 129, 182, 172, 246, 80, 15, 19, 79, 248, 113, 244, 95, 101, 33, 96, 203, 181, 243, 63, 23, 9, 71, 102, 37, 216, 196, 6, 77, 209, 18, 2, 107, 12, 239, 38, 249, 29, 107, 249]);
var s = require('ethereum-cryptography/pure/hdkey').HDKey;
var t = require('ethereumjs-wallet');
var w = s.fromMasterSeed(seed);
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sh4dowb / decrypt_ruby_MessageEncryptor.py
Last active Apr 17, 2021
Decrypt Ruby's ActiveSupport::MessageEncryptor on Python 3
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import hashlib
import base64
from Crypto import Random
from Crypto.Cipher import AES
import rubymarshal.reader
from pbkdf2 import PBKDF2
SECRET = "asdasd"
ITERATIONS = 65536
KEYLENGTH = 32
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sh4dowb / decrypt_ruby_MessageEncryptor.py
Created Apr 8, 2021
Decrypt Ruby's ActiveSupport::MessageEncryptor on Python 3
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import hashlib
import base64
from Crypto import Random
from Crypto.Cipher import AES
import rubymarshal.reader
from pbkdf2 import PBKDF2
SECRET = "a3f58debfe0c5b71edaebea3a627f4f"
SALT = "12345"
ITERATIONS = 65536
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sh4dowb / fstring.py
Created Jan 16, 2021
simple python script to find out a fstring
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# you want to figure out a fstring? you have limited time? it's so simple but you don't want to spend time?
# here you go then!
# python3 fstring.py [first value] [first result] [optional second value] [optional second result]
#
# python3 fstring.py 12.3456789 "'0000012.3000000'" 123.456789 "'00000123.500000'"
# this will output possible fstrings
# edit charset below with whatever you want. you want to have 39 zero padding instead of 15? add chars 39 somewhere in middle
# you will figure it out
import sys
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sh4dowb / netherlands-iban-acc-number-validate.py
Last active Dec 25, 2020
Netherlands IBAN account number checksum validator
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# Netherlands account number algorithm uses this factor table:
# digit | factor
# 1st | 10
# 2nd | 9
# ...
# 10th | 1
#
# After multiplying digits according to the table, sum of these results must be divisible with 11
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sh4dowb / multipleevent.py
Last active Jun 18, 2020
telethon capture multiple events - capture button and/or text event
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def press_or_text(user_id):
return events.Raw(func=lambda e: (type(e) == UpdateNewMessage and e.message.from_id == user_id) or (type(e) == UpdateBotCallbackQuery and e.user_id == user_id and e.data != b'cancel'))
whatever = await conv.wait_event(press_or_text(sender))
if type(whatever) == UpdateBotCallbackQuery and whatever.data in [b'create', b'list']:
# button clicked
# not actual event like "CallbackQuery", you can't use .edit() etc. directly
print(whatever.data)
else:
# message sent
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sh4dowb / gist:861934f2d0472400c6f9a764b4b7589d
Last active Jun 15, 2020
telethon get if participant is admin
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from telethon.tl.types import ChannelParticipantCreator, ChannelParticipantAdmin
from telethon.tl.functions.channels import GetParticipantRequest
#..
@client.on(events.NewMessage)
async def handler(event):
participant = await client(GetParticipantRequest(channel=event.original_update.message.to_id.channel_id,user_id=event.original_update.message.from_id))
isadmin = (type(participant.participant) == ChannelParticipantAdmin)
iscreator = (type(participant.participant) == ChannelParticipantCreator)
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sh4dowb / eba-canli-ders.md
Last active Mar 29, 2021
EBA canlı ders için Linux ve Mac desteği (Zoom)
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sh4dowb / spotify-media-key-fix.sh
Created Apr 13, 2020
linux spotify media keys are sometimes not working after another media is played, and spotify is restarted. this command fixes it
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dbus-monitor | grep --line-buffered interface=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.Player | grep --line-buffered -v spotify | awk -W interactive -F'member=' '{print $2}' | xargs -L1 -I {} dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.spotify /org/mpris/MediaPlayer2 org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.Player.{}
# when you play another media, and restart spotify, media keys get sent to another destination.
# in my case, it was VLC. output from dbus-monitor:
#
# method call time=1586780292.910122 sender=:1.58 -> destination=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.vlc serial=1878 path=/org/mpris/MediaPlayer2; interface=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.Player; member=PlayPause
# so I piped together a few commands, which got the wrong dbus output, and forwarded it to spotify.
# run:
# bash spotify-media-key-fix.sh &
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sh4dowb / selenium-save-profile-session.py
Last active Apr 4, 2020
workaround for selenium to save the goddamn session / profile completely on firefox / geckodriver --- selenium firefox geckodriver persistent profile
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# Selenium does not use the given profile, but copies it, and uses a temporary profile.
# As a result, new cookies and sessions etc. are not saved.
# To fix it, we get the actual profile firefox is using, kill firefox manually so geckodriver
# doesn't delete profile data. Copying the profile when it's being used is generally not a good idea.
# After killing firefox profile and databases are unlocked, we copy the "temporary" profile
# to our old profile.
#
# driver.profile doesn't provide the actual temporary profile, but another copy of it. And firefox
# does not use that one. that's why I got it from process list.
#