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Hacking, Pentesting, Algorithms, Computer Science

Archive for February, 2014

Simple backup script for linux —

Sometimes you just need a simple backup script so that you can backup and restore your entire operating system. In some situations this is inevitable, like when you choose to encrypt your entire existing operating system including your root mountpoint. You might want to backup your plain/unencrypted harddisk, encrypt it and restore its contents to […]

Programming a Web-Spider —

A Web-Spider (or Web-Crawler) is a program that systematically scans the internet or a single website for web content.   This can be useful for: search engines like Google to analyze web content for their search index analyzing your entire website structure finding certain kind of content on your website, such as all videos, all […]

Brute-force Algorithm in C++ —

Some of you may have heard of so called brute-force attacks, which hackers use to compromise passwords, web-servers and arbitrary data. I’ll explain the basic concepts of brute-force attacks in this article.   Typically you need a username and a password to log into a protected area like facebook, twitter, forums or wherever you want […]

Anonymity on the Internet —

A hacker’s first and most important rule is Don’t get caught. This is a very difficult task, as hackers’ nature is being eager to work, not giving up on anything and always striving to go forward. This ambition is what can get you caught if you’re not careful. But to be honest you shouldn’t depend […]

Hacksenkessel says howdy —

After postponingĀ this blog for several years now, it’s about time to get started. I blog about hacking, pentesting and algorithms, explaining certain aspects of computer science.   See you guys tomorrow.   Dark Hackse