Wednesday, November 20, 2013

don't despair if you're still using windows!




What is it?


scriptcs makes it easy to write and execute C# with a simple text editor.


While Visual Studio, and other IDEs, are powerful tools, they can sometimes hinder productivity more than they promote it. You don’t always need, or want, the overhead of a creating a new solution or project. Sometimes you want to just type away in your favorite text editor.


scriptcs frees you from Visual Studio, without sacrificing the advantages of a strongly-typed language.


Write C# in your favorite text editor.

Use NuGet to manage your dependencies.

The relaxed C# scripting syntax means you can write and execute an application with only one line of code.

Script Packs allow you to bootstrap the environment for new scripts, further reduces the amount of code necessary to take advantage of your favorite C# frameworks.



http://scriptcs.net/



Glimpse shows execution timings, server configuration, request data and more, all in browser, with no changes to your application code.

Just install the NuGet package, and you’re good to go!



http://getglimpse.com/


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making websites is not for you and me :

a good read about passwords :



In summary, here is our minimum recommendation for safe storage of your users’ passwords:


Use a strong random number generator to create a salt of 16 bytes or longer.

Feed the salt and the password into the PBKDF2 algorithm.

Use HMAC-SHA-256 as the core hash inside PBKDF2.

Perform 10,000 iterations or more. (November 2013.)

Take 32 bytes (256 bits) of output from PBKDF2 as the final password hash.

Store the iteration count, the salt and the final hash in your password database.

Increase your iteration count regularly to keep up with faster cracking tools.

Whatever you do, don’t try to knit your own password storage algorithm.


It didn’t end well for Adobe, and it is unlikely to end well for you.



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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

haiz.

An excerpt



Agreed, no magic here. I rolled a quick version using Squid and greasy spoon. Got it to work on SFDC and Gmail inside of a day. Using tags around the encrypted content and regex you could then feed the content into the decryption engine. Search works, etc. You could even using a unique IV per user to add a level of security, but it is by no means rock solid. It would however address some of the frequency analysis concerns, since if the encryption (tokenization??) was cracked it would only reveal the contents for a single user. That would work for the gmail side, but doing in in SFDC is a whole other issue, and unless the have some Harry Potter stuff going on, is likely huff and puff.



from the discussion at hn. , about their response to their takedown notice

which garnered alot of complaints from hn as well. the techy part started here.


so it seems like they’re not doing anything special, but would like people not to point that out. and it seems to be doing well, like, folks are buying this stuff


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Monday, November 18, 2013

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

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Saturday, November 16, 2013

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Friday, November 15, 2013

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

I can send an IP packet to Europe faster than I can send a pixel to the screen. How f’d up is that?

famous words of a john carmack


and might even be true..look at this EVE Online character creation screen done with Amazon AppStream..which came right after OTOY announced ORBX.


perhaps OnLive and Gaikai were just too early…


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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

the year of the linux desktop

as the numbers come out, saying that android now has 80% marketshare or something, i had a thought.

its the year of the linux phone.

and the people responsible for this actually have another project going on..ChromeOS. Maybe the people who’re smart enough to make this the year of the linux phone are smart enough to do it to the desktop as well? i hear chromebooks are already often in the top 5 best sellers’ lists on amazon. at the very least hp, samsung and acer are already making them. maybe in a while most pc/laptop manufacturers would be making chromebooks, much like how most phone manufacturers are making android phones..


personally the main reason i wont be switching away from windows is..skyrim/fallout/oblivion/dragonage/witcher/civ/galciv/etc dont run on linux.

but another firm is trying to fix that. and their SteamOS is already out. whats left is for them to persuade the developers to make linux versions of their games. and these people also have had practice. much like how Google had it with android. Steam recently had more users than xbox live, and maybe just like how they persuaded game developers to use Steam to distribute their games, they could persuade them to develop for linux too..


once all my games play on a Steam Machine , i’d be far less concerned with what a Chromebook or box cannot do..and maybe webgl/nacl/emscripten would let me play most games in chrome..and maybe do everything else that my pc is now doing as well..

then perhaps that’ll be my year of the linux desktop.


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i can anyhow conclude too!

GitHub Has a Sales Team?


We sure do, but figuring out what sales means within a very developer-centric company wasn’t all unicorns and octocats. The siren song of big revenue gains can easily disrupt your team’s ultimate goals and culture if you’re not careful. It wasn’t difficult to spot the slippery slope after hiring even one dedicated salesperson, so how do we optimize sales for happiness?


By putting our product and people first. If that means turning down revenue opportunities to remain true to this philosophy, so be it. Making gobs of money has never been our main focus, but we can operate this way and enjoy massive revenue growth across all of our products.


The first (and most important) thing we had going for us was a product that sells itself. With an unwavering focus on building the best products possible, we’re in a wonderful position that 99% of our customers require very little handholding. People just want to use GitHub, so we make it easy to pay for it, and essentially get out of their way.
https://github.com/blog/1230-optimizing-sales-for-happiness


It doesn’t matter if you’re a company of 100,000 or a sole proprietor working at your kitchen table–$150 a month is our top pricing tier. And that’s not $150 a month per person. It’s $150 a month. Every Basecamp account includes unlimited users.
http://www.inc.com/magazine/201206/jason-fried/huge-accounts-make-me-nervous-it-takes-a-village.html


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Monday, November 11, 2013

what SDK is starhub talking about???

those are tropo apis, not “StarHub’s API and SDK platform ” ?
http://tapi.starhub.com/hackathon/smartfoundry.html


i go to the forum/faq to look for more info about the apis and..i either face a login page or



If you wish to perform SMS operations, please add a number starting with 659.

If you wish to perform voice operations, please add a number starting with 656


Scripting example for SMS:

call(“91234567″, {network:”SMS”});

say(“This is a SMS test”);


Scripting example for voice call:

call(‘sip: 67654321@shims.starhub.net.sg‘, {

onAnswer: function() {

say(“This is a voice call test.”);

}

});



and to register i need ic/11b and so on so forth.


have these people signed up for a tropo account before?


have they seen https://www.tropo.com/pricing/ ?


for developer accounts:



Free incoming calls and outgoing to US, Canada, and landlines in 13 countries


Free SIP and Skype calls


Free text messages to the US, Canada, and everywhere else in the world


Free in US, Canada, UK and 12 other countries


Free SIP addresses


Free 24/7 technical support by email, web, or chat with a 2 hour average response time.



and yes,while you’re at tropo check out the docs too. to better decide whether u actually want to attend the starhub thing.


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Sunday, November 10, 2013

fark. what's a tablet for?

i can imagine using it to read in bed after i turn off the lights..the light switch is far away and the phone is charging near the pc..since the use case is reading..then maybe i want to get a nook and put android on it..my phone will likely run out of juice tethering it well before it runs out..
thats about sgd$115 on ebay


if i double my bet, i can get far better specs with a jxd7800b. quad core mtk vs some old 800mhz single, 2gb ram vs 256mb..and gaming controls to make use of that hardware..at the cost of battery life and..ya..more cost..but now i can not only read, i can play games..thinking along the lines of baldur’s gate II via gemrb..any of the rpgmaker xp games..and all the humblebundle stuff..its not even really out yet, but its ~sg$200


but you can actually get a bay trail for us$300! 8 inches and it’d run all the other rpgmaker games not just rpgmakerXP and real baldur’s gate..maybe even skyrim?!? with a dell venue 8


although i’m actually thinking thats way overpriced ‘cos an Acer c720 is a mere us$250 and it’s got a haswell inside..though its not a tablet..arrgh..why don’t Acer just remove the stupid keyboard? i almost want to get one just to run crouton


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Saturday, November 9, 2013

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Friday, November 8, 2013

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Thursday, November 7, 2013

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

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what about singapore?

“they are statistically safer” 2001-2002, usa


http://editorial.autos.msn.com/article.aspx?cp-documentid=788126


9 years later…


“The evidence is really incontrovertible that men as drivers take more risks,”


http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/18/nyregion/18drivers.html?_r=0


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now re-read it and replace 'e-mail' with 'file sharing service'

A typical (unencrypted) e-mail provider has three main adversaries:


The operator who has access to the server.
An attacker who can get access to the server.
An attacker who can intercept the communication to the server.

Despite the use of cryptography, Lavabit is also vulnerable to all three just like a conventional (unencrypted) e-mail service. The operator can, at any time, stop averting their eyes, an attacker who compromises the server can log the password a user transmits, and an attacker who can intercept communication to the server can obtain the password as well as the plaintext e-mail.


http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/11/op-ed-a-critique-of-lavabit/


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South Korea is stuck with Internet Explorer

Some additional details that the article doesn’t mention:



  1. Technically, the law doesn’t require that you use Internet Explorer. The law merely requires that you use a bunch of technologies, ranging from 128-bit encryption to government-issued client certificates to government-mandated antivirus to (craziest of all) an anti-keylogger utility. Conveniently, the spec was written with Windows & IE in mind, so it’s very difficult to write alternative implementations for other platforms.




  2. This is not a matter of being stuck with older versions of IE like many corporate intranets in the West. In fact, most banks in Korea work perfectly well in IE11 as long as you don’t try to use the Modern UI (Metro) version. Because this is not so much about IE as it is about the WIN32 environment.




  3. The proliferation of phones and tablets has motivated banks and payment gateways to write iOS and Android implementations of the spec. This was the first time anybody tried to implement the spec outside of Windows & IE. But once you have one alternative implementation, it’s much easier to port it to other platforms like Mac, Linux, and FF/Chrome on Windows. This is happening slowly.




  4. Despite the appearance of these alternative implementations, the spec itself is still very problematic. For example, the antivirus and anti-keylogger requirements cannot be met unless the programs in question have root privileges on your device. It feels insane when you browse to a bank’s home page in Linux and it tells you to download a bunch of apps and execute them as root. And of course those apps are only designed for specific versions of specific Linux distributions, so they break as soon as a new Ubuntu release comes out. No thanks! Even in Windows, the Firefox & Chrome plugins are not packaged as proper extensions, but as standalone programs that integrate loosely with the browser like Flash and Java, Because you can’t meet the spec within the confines of a browser’s sandbox.




  5. Okay so why not just run Windows in a VM? Actually that’s exactly what I do. But it’s not a perfect solution. Some of the Korean “security” apps have begun to detect when the user is in a VM, and refuse to work in a VM. There is no technical reason for this policy, they just don’t like people getting around the rules. My bank refuses to whitelist my VM as a trusted device. I’ve encountered at least one government agency that won’t offer online services to a VM. The last time I bought a bus ticket online, the e-ticket wouldn’t print because the printer port was virtualized and therefore could be used to produce duplicates or whatever.




  6. Even mobile apps, which the article mentions, are very pesky about their environment. The app for my bank won’t run on my phone because it’s rooted and therefore can’t be trusted. Fuck that shit. This affects everyone who uses CyanogenMod. (What’s even more ridiculous is that the same bank requires root on my PC.)




  7. Therefore, porting the spec to non-IE platforms and/or writing compatibility layers is not the answer. The spec needs to be fixed, period. No website should have the right to demand the use of any software other than a standards-compliant web browser. No website should require root, or even want to know anything about the environment (virtualized or not, rooted or not) in which it is being visited, except what the browser exposes to it by default.




  8. Of course this isn’t going to happen any time soon, because removing even one of the requirements on the current spec will be seen as a decrease of security, and nobody wants to take the blame the next time 10 million people get their account information stolen. Wait a second, every Korean citizen has had his or her personal information stolen multiple times in the last several years anyway. All the banks and merchants have desensitized users to the point that anytime any website ask them to install some app and run it as Administrator, they do. All the security theater of the last 14 years has done is to decrease the security of the entire country. It has also hurt the rest of the Web. Because it’s so much more convenient to write a Windows Forms app than to write a website that works in both IE6 and IE11, lots of interactive and media-heavy websites in Korea (especially gaming and file-sharing websites) have become mere landing pages where you download the actual app. After all, the banks are doing it, so why shouldn’t everyone else do the same?




  9. One move in the right direction is that since this September, every large (over ~$3000) online transaction requires two-factor authentication. They’ve been handing out one-time password generators like candy lately. The ubiquity of mobile phones also means that you can even choose to use three-factor authentication (login + one-time password + SMS token) for certain types of transactions. Hopefully this will eliminate the justification for the anti-keylogger utility, since the passwords and SMS tokens can’t be reused anyway.



[Edit] 10. Another positive development is that the Korean government has finally begun to pay attention to accessibility on the Internet. At the moment, among Korean web developers, accessibility is an even hotter topic than standards compliance, because lack of accessibility can get you into nasty lawsuits and hefty fines. Everyone’s busy adding “alt” attributes to tags. But hopefully, in the long term, focusing on accessibility will also bring people to care about standards compliance.


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I’ve lived in Korea for quite a length of time and my wife is Korean…and I concur that it’s a nightmare. No Korean financial institution will let you log into their interfaces on anything other than IE. Often the homepage would be completely broken in anything other than IE anyway. This is true for most sites, though those were easily avoidable. Banks and the like, not so much.


To perform financial transactions online in Korea, you would need a plethora of software (often one from each party you would deal with) that revolved around security certificates that were issued by the banks that would store a hard copy of the certificate locally on your computer. Often it didn’t work at all, not even getting into the security implications of the system. Bank hacking is so common in Korea, it’s really disturbing. There is absolutely no accountability where the attempts at security do exist.


Also, you need to use your Citizen Number (basically a Social Security Number) to register for ANY service in Korea, even common websites. So everything you do can be traced via that single number. For foreigners, registering for common sites is usually impossible because our alien numbers are stored wherever normal citizen numbers are, so unless the site has a separate process for foreigners, you’d be out of luck. It’s quite a mess. I can’t say enough bad things.


On the bright side, start ups like Vingle in Seoul are doing a lot of tip the scales for the younger generation by only supporting modern browser versions (IE8+, not the most modern, but definitely a step up from IE6, which has a huge market share still, too), but it’s a slow change.


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Also, you need to use your Citizen Number (basically a Social Security Number) to register for ANY service in Korea, even common websites.



Since 2011, websites cannot ask or store resident registration numbers (that’s the official name) for non-financial purposes. Sadly, it happened after a major incident which exposed RRNs of more than 70% of Koreans. [1] It is a common estimate that every Korean person have his/her RRN hacked at least twice due to frequent incidents.


The Korean government endorses i-PIN nowadays, which is basically… uh… redundant aliases to the unique RRN. This is obviously stupid, you can hack i-PIN instead of RRN and you have the same credential. Well, at least i-PIN is random. (RRN had very low entropy, and even shallow information about the target may limit possible RRNs to only hundreds.)


[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Residentregistrationnumber#O… for the 2011 incident.


comments from:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6675268


originL article:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asiapacific/due-to-security-law-south-korea-is-stuck-with-internet-explorer-for-online-shopping/2013/11/03/ffd2528a-3eff-11e3-b028-de922d7a3f47story.html


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the last generation cannot make it



in a reaction to this :


Here are some scattered observations and opinions as somebody in this generation. I’m basically just dumping gut feelings here–don’t expect a lot of well-written explanations.


There is not a lot worth buying that is long-lasting. – Most everything feels mass-produced and cheap, and the things that aren’t are pretty obviously marketed at people trying to buck that trend. I don’t want to pay 10x more for something without getting that increase in quality, and the fact is that I won’t get it.


There is no reason to trust the banks. – They’re a bunch of fucking crooks, and the smaller the bank (or credit union) the less room they have to be crooks.

Credit rating is bogeyman. Ever since I was old enough to spend money I was told to worry about my credit rating, and to take out credit cards, and do all that other stuff. These messages occurred at about the same time we saw everyone getting hammered over credit-card debt, and heard the Republicans chest-beating over sound fiscal policy. It’s plainly obvious that you aren’t expected to actually be fiscally sound–otherwise why would they keep flooding you with credit invitations?


Cars are expensive and limited in utility. – Insurance rates are high despite companies never actually helping you when you need it, gas is expensive as hell and is clearly being gamed in the commodities market, and commuting is bullshit as white-collar work becomes either redundant or distributed.


Our parents set our city planning up for failure. – I live in the fourth-largest and sprawliest metropolitan area in North America (Houston). Every decent improvement is blocked by some greedy Boomer sonovabitch whose business or view would be mildly inconvenienced by the impact of construction. We have food deserts, and suburbs actively designed to discourage walking.


Our government doesn’t care about us. – Nobody in my generation believes that Social Security or Mediwhatever will still be around to support us in our old age. Nobody believes that our vote matters, that the politicians sitting in office will kowtow to anybody who won’t pay for a fucking dinner or make a fucking donation.


Our government not only doesn’t care about us, it schemes to make things worse. – Because the Boomers and Generation X are still considered important, their views and more importantly fears are turned into policy. This gives us the TSA, crazy FDA regs, patent trolling, and all sorts of barriers to progress.


Our companies don’t care about us. – Congratulations, we’re all contract workers now. Pensions? Hah. Healthcare? Cheapest we can justify. Vacation? Go fuck yourself you needy snowflake. No loyalty, nada, and they expect that they can reach you on the phone or email at all times.


We don’t believe in advertising. – We’ve had so much marketed to us for so long so pervasively that we genuinely do not respond to advertising. It’s a developed blind spot, and with the social tools we have available we see no need to be advertised to–we know what we want, and can just search for it.


We don’t believe in the police. – Police are pretty obviously not policing neighborhoods and aren’t on the beat–they’re chaotic actors who get involved and always always always make things worse. The news is filled with stories of DAs fucking over little guys, of state troopers harassing innocent drivers to raise a buck, of SWAT teams kicking in homes and shooting dogs.


We don’t believe in the news. – It’s become easier than ever to find different coverage on the same stories, and to spot patterns in news-speak. Every talking head sounds the same, and the news is always obviously slanted to one side or the other. There is no journalistic integrity anymore, there is nothing in the mainstream news we can trust.


We believe in each other. – The sheer amount of fakeness delivered through ads and bullshit mass media has made us very interested in “real” things, in hanging out with our friends, in starting families. It’s not that we’re self-centered–it’s that so much of the rest of the world is presented through some exploitative nostalgia that we hold it suspect.


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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

murder - twitter's bt deploy system


Twitter – Murder Bittorrent Deploy System from Larry Gadea on Vimeo.



the murder story



Slow deploys

By sitting beside a particularly vocal Release Engineer, I received first-hand experience of the frustration caused by slow deploys. We needed a way to dramatically speed things up. I thought of some quick hacks to get this fixed: maybe replicate the git repo or maybe shard it so everyone isn’t hitting the same thing at once. Most of these quasi-centralized solutions will still require re-replicating or re-sharding again in the near future though (especially at our growth).


It was time for something completely different, something decentralized, something more like…BitTorrent…running inside of our datacenter to quickly copy files around. Using the file-sharing protocol, we launched a side-project called Murder and after a few days (and especially nights) of nervous full-site tinkering, it turned a 40 minute deploy process into one that lasted just 12 seconds!


To the rescue

Murder (which by the way is the name for a flock of crows) is a combination of scripts written in Python and Ruby to easily deploy large binaries throughout your company’s datacenter(s). It takes advantage of the fact that the environment in a datacenter is somewhat different from regular internet connections: low-latency access to servers, high bandwidth, no NAT/Firewall issues, no ISP traffic shaping, only trusted peers, etc. This let us come up with a list of optimizations on top of BitTornado to make BitTorrent not only reasonable, but also effective on our internal network.


Since at the time we used Capistrano for signaling our servers to perform tasks, Murder also includes a Capistrano deploy strategy to make it easy for existing users of Capistrano to convert their file distribution to be decentralized. The final component is the work Matt Freels (@mf) did in bundling everything into an easy to install ruby gem. This further helped get Murder to be usable for more deploy tasks at Twitter.



the murder repo


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sync

Edison Lightbulbs at Roots


how clear does it: http://blog.helftone.com/clear-in-the-icloud/


how vesper does it: http://inessential.com/2013/11/05/vespersyncdiary3immutability_del


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organise



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Monday, November 4, 2013

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Sunday, November 3, 2013

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Umbrella tomolo!

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Umbrella tomolo!

Gonna rain tomolo, how about staying at home to suggest and vote on ideas at Bountyporn.tk?


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Umbrella tomolo!

Friday, November 1, 2013

Umbrella tomolo!

Gonna rain tomolo, how about staying at home to suggest and vote on ideas at Bountyporn.tk?


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Umbrella tomolo!