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SUID Executables

SUID (Set User ID) is a type of permission which is given to a file and allows users to execute the file with the permissions of its owner. 613 more words

Privilege Escalation

birthday bashhh

19 ladies and gents.

honestly 19 is super lame, but yesterday i saw this gorgeous birthday black girl chick with ’19’ balloons looking fly as hell with her girls and killing a photo shoot in front of a fountain. 189 more words

College

Mux subtitles into video container (loop over arrays)

This is probably a little over-engineered for what it does, which is to embed/combine/mux loose subtitle files with a corresponding set of video files.
It’s not like it’s a type of thing I need to do on a regular basis either, but the need occurred, I slapped together a few lines, wasn’t quite happy, and now a couple of days later I finally got around to using it for what it was originally intended. 685 more words

Scripting again

Often when I download images from my digital camera or my mobile phone, or other files from the Internet, I’ll often find that the file extensions will be in all caps and my preference is to have them lower case. 179 more words

Linux

Starting a new project

The start of a new project is often full of questions. This series of posts will take us through various areas of the Spring framework from the point of view of starting a project through to completing a simple messaging system backed by RabbitMQ. 1,680 more words

Java

IBW Bash 2017 Gold Sponsor Highlight: Smitten Wovens

Smitten with Wovens is a family owned business based out of Texas.  Starting out as a fairly small company in 2015 with only one woven design, they quickly expanded and now offer dozens of gorgeous designs, ring slings, bags, and other must-have accessories. 268 more words

Variables

Post the following:
What is a variable?
A variable is a name that you name and assign a datatype to it
what is the difference between a loosely typed and a strongly typed language (strong and weak typing)? 155 more words