I recently had a talk about BitCoin and mainly BlockChain technology at
Application of New Generation Technologies Session which was held on 7 Dec 2018 in Urmia.
I’ve posted about creating a media home system using Kodi sometimes ago.
After that I configured Kodi on my Laptop and Smart phone which they use the same database shared in home network.
Now, with the help of a small TV card, I’ve added live TV feature to the whole media home.
Recently, I collected my old Hard drives (and CD/DVD writers) and packed them into my OLD Computer Case in order to create home NAS . Then I’ve installed FreeNAS on it and everything is OK. 🙂
FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data
Following, the construction steps are presented.
I recently established a wired connection into my server through my computer. I’ve mixed the protocols (OpenVPN, TOR, SOCKS) to RE-ANONIMIZE myself! I’ve put “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” name on the scenario. Here is a very good picture of it!
Two weeks ago, SharifCTF was hold and the questions were acceptable. We attended with CGU team name and and gain the 44th place among the 682 attended teams, whom has at least one question solved in the CTF. In this post I described the writeup for the question about reverse engineering of Android app with 200 points (the 3rd question of reverse section).
As I told in About Me section, I love classical musics. I used to listen to online classical radios which are broadcasting the musics 24×7. I was wondering how these services are working. In this post I will show you how to create an online radio broadcast station from your computer. Continue reading Your Radio: Broadcast Yourself!
Last Wednesday, I have a small talk about SQLi web application vulnerability and how to prevent it. Here, I write about the tools and resources which can be used in learning the SQLi learning and prevention.
I have a workshop titled “Introduction to Cryptography and PGP” at Urmia University of Technology. I talked about basic concepts of signature and encryption using asymmetric cryptography. Then I talked about PGP which is one of the main usages of this system. I followed the workshop with configuring Thunderbird and GPG4win for applying PGP in Email system. You may find the contents in my previous post about GPG in Thunderbird and the way PGP works.
The pictures of this session is here.
In another post, I have described how to configure GPG (PGP) + Enigmail + Thunderbird for sending signed and encrypted emails. But the inner process of PGP is not described. In this post, I will describe how PGP works and the emulation process of PGP will be covered by the nice cryptography tool named cryptoolv2.