I am shifting much of my work to GitHub due to its easy management and advanced CVS.
Two years back, I purchased a Casio fx-82ES Plus for my studies. Then, due to some unfortunate turn of events, I broke my leg and was confined to my bed. One fine day, I was messing with my calculator when it started displaying a bunch of gibberish. I took the matter into my own hands and decided to explore, only to find that my calculator had a buggy firmware.
The bug enabled me to type in seemingly random commands which in turn would execute random sections of the code in the ROM. Most of the commands I discovered were useless, however, I found a way to enable Base-N calculations on my calculator, which led me to conclude that the calculator could do more things, but was crippled by the manufacturer.
The following are the instructions to "hack" the calculator. Note that they may be a bit difficult to understand because I wrote them around two years back to share with my friends.
A backdoor like no other- ShellBot is written in Py3 and can be frozen to run nearly undetected under the surveillance of most A/V solutions.
ShellBot has a 3-tiered command delivery system, thus the controller never connects to the clients (victims) directly.
A server can host multiple clients and is used as a proxy to connect to them.
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Views: 438 | | Date: 04/04/2017 | Comments (0)
Well, I wanted to know more about compilers and interpreters, so I went ahead and created a programming language- struixLang.
struixLang implements a stack, which is a list of objects which the program operates on.
Several primitive (read:built-in) words are pre-defined and mechanisms to define new user-defined words within struixLang itself are in place.
Views: 664 | | Date: 21/12/2016 | Comments (0)
I started using espeak TTS a few months back, but finding it difficult to use I created a Wrapper Library for Python 3.
The v0.3.9 Windows release is available here.
The project page is here.
Views: 657 | | Date: 04/10/2016 | Comments (0)
I don't know why, but I decided to make a calculator app to add to the huge list of the existing ones.
I started surveying the trends of calculator app designs across different platforms.Most of the apps I found looked modern but contained only the most basic functions.
Moving on to scientific calculators, I noticed that the programs were too complex and had too many functions which would never be required. One had to go though several options before the person could perform the most basic of all calculations- Addition.
The surplus of simple but functional calculators forced me to take a different approach to the des ... Read more »
Views: 667 | | Date: 24/04/2016 | Comments (0)
So I am back, and with me comes the new article on Formatting Code in HTML. Some may notice that the name of the article does not include the word code, and it is so because I plan to expand on this article and post updates, and perhaps even make a series of such articles.
Find the article Here.
Views: 657 | | Date: 02/04/2016 | Comments (0)