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sigflup and kubilus1 talk about kubilus1's vgm driver for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive.
- DefleMask: http://www.delek.com.ar/deflemask
- Genesis Linux Setup: https://code.google.com/p/gendev/
- VGM Driver: https://code.google.com/p/gendev/source/browse/#svn%2Ftrunk%2Fextras%2Fsound_drvr%2Fdriver
- Spritesmind forums: http://gendev.spritesmind.net/forum
encrypting: $ openssl bf -e < my_file > my_file.bf decrypting: $ openssl bf -d < my_file.bf > my_file
In this episode of Hacker Public Radio @sigflup talks about some of the pitfalls of programming as well as her story as a programmer.
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In this HPR episode sigflup interviews oerg866, a sega genesis developer, about his participation in the creation of the ground-breaking demo, overdrive.
In this episode sigflup talks about her schizophrenia with her unique perspective as a hacker.
In this episode of HPR sigflup talks about her experiences porting her favorite program to windows using the mingw32 cross-compiler
In this episode of Hacker Public Radio Sigflup talks about one of the theorized causes of schizophrenia and offers her on interpretations.
1265 - Mitigating SQL Injection And Other Message Protocol Attacks Through Compiler Signatures | 2013-06-07
Sigflup talks about mitigating sql injection and other message protocol attacks through compiler signatures
SOURCE CODE: http://www.theadesilva.com/sqlsig.tar.gz
Sigflup talks about her wearable computer constructed from a raspberry pi. She also releases a terminal emulator meant for wearable computers with low-res displays.
In this episode sigflup describes the construction of a calculator using lexical analysis and parsing.
Figure A: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figa.jpg
Figure B: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figb.jpg
Figure C: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figc.jpg
Figure D: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figd.jpg
Figure E: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/fige.jpg
Figure F: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figf.jpg
Figure G: https://devio.us/~sigflup/compiler/figg.jpg
miscellaneous radio theater 4096
In this multipart episode sigflup describes the semantic analysis stage of a compiler.
miscellaneous radio theater 4096
In this multipart episode sigflup describes the parsing stage of a compiler.
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In this multipart episode sigflup describes the general concept of a compiler as well as the stages of a compiler.
Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096
Sigflup describes what it's like out of a mental hospital (http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0961) and also talks about what it's like having schizophrenia
This is about the time Sigflup spent in a mental hospital for paranoia. This is a personal log that takes place just after sigflup regained the ability to talk. You can find a by-foot made map of the psych-ward here:
In a welcome return to HPR, SigFIUP talks to us about two of her projects:
concr is an encryption framework for use to partially encrypt configuration files, or any file for that matter. concr is for use in UNIX systems and consist of two parts, libconcr and confcrypt. libconcr is an API for reading partially encrypted files and generating keys. confcrypt is a user-application for encrypting files using keyfile database or manually specified keys.
concr leverages the own-by-root aspect of programs in UNIX systems and stores it's decryption key inside of the application. Applications that use libconcr must be installed with execute-only permissions.
When an application is linked with and makes use of concr it, when run for the first time, will generate a copy of itself containing a private rsa-key and output a public rsa-key. confcrypt is a user program that encrypts messages to be decrypted by second runs of the application. concr provides an api similar to that of libc for reading in files thus making it transparent to the application developer what is and is not encrypted in those files.
yesplz is a screeenshot uploader command line utility written by sigFLUP that will take a screenshot, tag your photo, log into unixporn.com, post the picture to your photo album, and return an ascii bunny on success.
In order for it to work, you must have an account at unixporn.com but that is free and you can enter nothing but fake information into it.
Then simply run yesplz --help to see the possible tags and instructions for yesplz.
In this episode of Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096 SigFLUP offers a much needed criticism of the popular internet meme, The Internet is For Porn
Listen!! to the Hacker Public Radio panel at the Ohio Linux Fest held in September 2010. Panelists include Klaatu, Dave Yates, SigFLUP, Lord Drachenblut and Dann Washko.
Join SigFLUP, Cyrpto, Zack and friends in a tour of the U of M Supercomputer Center! Pictures of the event can be found here: http://hobones.dogsoft.net/sup
In this episode we talk to Krue about his flash-cart and then to Mat Jones about his web-framework and work in D. Links include: BatchPCB: http://batchpcb.com/index.php/Products/24239 http://batchpcb.com/index.php/Products/23319 AtariMax Flash Cart: http://atarimax.com/usbcoleco/documentation/ All USB specifications can be downloaded from: http://www.usb.org/developers/docs/ Krue's site: http://krue.net/ Mat's site: http://workhorsy.org
HEELLLLLOOOO!!!!! In this episode of the Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio sigflup releases a couple of things and talks with cobra2 of unixporn.com and Command Line of the Command Line Podcast. you may email the Uber Leet Hacker Force at email@example.com and visit our web-site at http://uberleethackerforce.deepgeek.us
AUTHOR: SigFLUP TITLE: Miscellaneous Radio Theater 4096- Teaching Kids Math With Petunia
In this episode we talk with Petunia about teaching kids math. You may contact either Petunia or SigFLUP at firstname.lastname@example.org
TITLE: Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio #3
Links in this episode include
git clone git://repo.or.cz/hrr.git
We still are looking for someone to donate web-space so if you're interested contact usat pantsbutt at gmail
closing song: Fractured by Azazel of The Black Lotus
You may contact Demo or Bust at email@example.com or +1-206-312-1618
Demo or Bust 2010 #5
This is the party version of Demo or Bust in which SigFLUP specifically focuses on upcoming parties. We talk to Jason Scott and Nrr. Please note that in editing this Jason Scott may sound to be not enthusiastic about @party and Nurupo, this was far from the case, he was actually very enthusiastic! In editing out something that was meant to be a secret SigFLUP may of made him sound a little dismissive of these parties
Demos played in this episode: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=9424 (This is only 64 god-damn k!!!) http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=53090 (Mobile phone) You may contact Demo or Bust at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-206-312-1618
TITLE: Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio issue 1
In this issue of Uber Leet Hacker Force Radio SigFLUP releases a helpful patch to gnu-screen. Show notes include http://hobones.dogsoft.net/screen-4.0.3-ulhf.1.tar.gz and http://hobones.dogsoft.net/ulhf_patch1.tgz You may contact us at email@example.com
In this show SigFLUP shares a program that can be used to make drum 'n' bass songs. You can download it at http://tmd.freeshell.org
In this episode SigFLUP talks about software rendering and then interviews blackpawn of xplsv. Leave you feedback at +1-206-312-1618 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this show SigFLUP shares a script that can be used to sign your c files with gpg so that they may be directly verifiable by gpg and look un-changed to your c compiler. You can download it at tmd.freeshell.org/gog_bless
In this episode SigFLUP talks about FM-synthesis, raytracing, and then interviews iq of rgba talking about real-time raytracing and ray marching. rgba's site can be found at rgba.org.
A low-rez image of slisesix can be found at http://bayimg.com/image/ladhgaacg.jpg
This episode of Demo or Bust 2010 I cover software-synthesizers and interview Polaris of The Northern Dragons.
This is the First episode of Demo or Bust 2010 by SigFLUP, which is a series of HPR episodes dedicated to narrating the construction of a demo. If you'd like to see video of this episode you may at youtube username assemblyassembly