2014 Apr 8, 6:36
Just a quick tutorial on exploiting heartbleed for session hijacking. Is it worse to use https than http today?
2011 Mar 14, 1:33
2010 Mar 11, 3:33
"The headers and captions on http://diveintohtml5.org/ use an open source font called "Essays 1743." The creator of that font was looking for a tutorial on HTML5, came across my site, and was
pleasantly surprised to see his own work on prominent display. He now wants to update his font to include stylistically appropriate Unicode arrows, which I will then use with my captions.
The internet is awesome. It's so wonderfully intertwingled."
2010 Mar 4, 3:05
Intro to Google App Engine plus get a somewhat more trustworthy web proxy than you'd normally find on the Internet...
2010 Feb 19, 2:27
Raymond's tips for modifying x86 assembly code while debugging.
2010 Feb 19, 2:26
A short tutorial on debugging amd64 assembly
2010 Feb 19, 2:25
A short tutorial on debugging x86 assembly code.
2010 Jan 26, 1:46
Intro to TOR the onion router.
2009 Oct 6, 3:24
The map/reduce tutorial for Hadoop the Apache open source project. "Hadoop Map/Reduce is a software framework for easily writing applications which process vast amounts of data (multi-terabyte
data-sets) in-parallel on large clusters (thousands of nodes) of commodity hardware in a reliable, fault-tolerant manner."
2009 Sep 9, 5:49 2009 Aug 6, 3:01
Tutorial on using the google maps api on android
2009 Jun 26, 5:44
A person with nearlyfreespeech.net hosting their web content recalls how they setup awstats
2009 Jun 26, 8:59
"When I stated looking at what could be done using explorer objects from PowerShell I 'discovered' the extended properties."
2009 Jun 25, 1:51
"By following this tutorial you should be able to: ... recognize the available alternatives for declaring language, and how they differ ..."
2009 Apr 20, 4:23
Some folks stab in the dark at handling incoming phone calls on Android.
2008 Nov 8, 2:30
The how to on creating Android applications.
2008 Jul 17, 5:39
DIY instructions on making a flash drive that looks like a cut up USB cable: "Holy crap-- somebody just went and TORE MY FREAKING USB CABLE IN HALF while it was still attached to my laptop!!! No--
wait-- sorry. That's just my USB drive. My bad. Never mind
2007 Oct 22, 2:36
How to create good headlines and subjects for webpages and email.
2007 May 11, 12:51
Tutorial on programming Java apps using bluetooth.
2007 May 11, 12:38
Sun's introduction to bluetooth.