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New Web Design

Plenty of free time recently and I decided to change my website’s theme to follow the latest web trends. This template is dedicated to photography, giving blogging a secondary role. During the porting of old posts to this new design, some links and pictures got broken. If you are here to view or download any…

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Simple Java Calculator

A couple of years ago trying to get a grasp of java interfaces I created this simple java calculator. I just remembered this now so I am posting it. It works very nicely for regular numbers. Rounding may not be accurate though. Give it a try! [jar and Source]

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Crack WEP using KisMAC

Things you need: An Intel based macbook (other may work) Time! First thing you need to do is to download and install KisMAC. You can do this from http://kismac-ng.org/. Then launch the program and open Preferences. Go to Driver tab, select Apple Airport Extreme card, passive mode and click Add. Then Select All channels and…

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Packet Sniffing with WireShark

Download and install Wireshark from http://www.wireshark.org/. Launch the application. Go to Capture -> Options. Select the interface for the wireless network card and tick Capture packets in promiscuous mode. Then press Start. MSN conversation hack: Wireshark will start capturing packets that flow around. Among others we notice at the protocol field the MSNMS (Microsoft Network…

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JSP website

This a small website about indicating knowledge of JSP, JSTL, taglibs, SSL, database integration, email support etc in Apache Tomcat & Derby. The attachment also includes the description. [Source]

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Proxy Server

Build a proxy server in C using threads and sockets. Every server can have up to two connections on the proxy. Client requests must be satisfied. New servers must be added to a list/array upon a request and must be removed if no request comes within 10 seconds. [Source]

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World of Zuul

Implementation of a text version of World of Zuul adventure game using Java. The implementation follows the Object Oriented Programming principles. [Source]

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Student-Markers problem

The aim of this project was to use C posix threads. This is something like the dining philosophers problem but a bit more advanced. A student must find two free markers to mark him and then release them after finishing. More details and souce are found in the attachment. [Source]