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The magic of rsa (100) You were able to hear some whispering on the last crypto party! *whisper* $d$ is 35181901. Keep it secret or we are doomed! We were given 2 files for the challenge. 1) rsa.py #!/usr/bin/env python import sys n= 65354147 e = 13 d = ?? f = open( sys.argv[1] , "r" ) for line in f: line = int(line.strip()) # you'll have to insert the decrypt function for each line(number) here!

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If you follow me enough on twitter (@mavjs), read my home page or follows my Fedora Ambassador wiki page, you’ll probably know that I study at the Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation, Malaysia. This is my account of the n00b analysis done in my free time on the university’s android application. iWebSpace android application is, as quoted from its non-working Google Play page, “The Asia Pacific University APP provides convenient access to important information and to most of our services in your hand” - pretty cool and convenient for most students.

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Last night I was playing some games on Steam and closed it after I finished playing. Then I browsed around the Humble Bundle and bought the Humble Indie Bundle 9 since I wanted Mark of the Ninja, so to redeem it I switched on Steam. But it wasn’t starting up. So, opened it from terminal and got some errors, but those were there since ages and doesn’t actually affected the start up last time.

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About some weeks ago, I was trying to find a way to alias my favourite directory (~/Programming/Pythons) in zsh, and it should show me the directories contained inside it. But aliasing doesn’t work, except to cd me to that directory. Or a function can help me get into the directories inside ~/Programming/Pythons but I’d have to type out the directories’ name manually. That wasn’t an option either. So I turned to “Uncle Google” :P for it.

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Hey folks, we, the Fedora Malaysia community in conjunction with UCTI Free & Open Source Software SIG, have planned for an introductory workshop on Grok, a web application framework. It uses the Zope Toolkit (ZTK). This session is aimed towards finding more python as well as zope/plone/FOSS developers in Malaysia. The session is mentored by our very own Fedora Ambassador, Izhar a.k.a KageSenshi, who works at a local Plone support and service company called Inigo Consulting.

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I’ve been using GNU/Linux distributions for almost 2 years and with Fedora for about ~7-8 months. Every single day I do some experiments with python, and every single time it makes me feel comfortable using Fedora to write scripts. It removes headaches from happening because I don’t have to figure out ways to install python libraries you need. I can just go forward with concentrating on coding. There’s a little script I wrote called; ucti-timetable.

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Disclaimer: This post is actually abit overdue. Was supposed to be up by Tuesday, but some stuff caught up. Event Details Time: 10:00 - 16:00 Date: 23rd April, 2012 Venue: UCTI Aim: Sharing knowledge/Teaching about GNU/Linux operating system(s). This event was organized by rebelk0de and I, Maverick. I have been contributing to Fedora Malaysia for about ~5-7months now, while rebelk0de has long since contributed/helped Fedora MY.

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What do you do when you’re a geek who uses Fedora, needs to write blog posts on blogspot.com and like only command line based clients? Well, you do a ‘yum search’, of course. And then there you will find something called ‘googlecl’. So you do # yum install googlecl Now, you could just write a blog post within a text file and post to the blog by doing; % blogger post --tags "GoogleCl, Fedora" --src /path/to/post/file --title "your post title" That’s it!

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Welp, this is the first post on this blog. :)

Watch this blog for some #GNU/Linux, #FLOSS, #InfoSec & #Coding tips ‘n tricks!

//posted from googlecl on fedora ;)

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