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We TOLD you not to use WPS on your Wi-Fi router! We TOLD you not to knit your own crypto!

You may wonder why we’re writing about Wi-Fi Protected Setup, better known as WPS, at all.

We already outlined its dangers back in the dying days of 2011. 1,369 more words


College Confusion

I felt lost recently in my life. I am in college too and I told myself it would be better if I pursue a major in Criminal Justice because I overcame a lot in my life and I want to save people. 146 more words

Thoughtful Words

spoj POUR1 - Pouring water

You can read the problem statement at here.

this problem can be solved using a brute-force approach i.e by doing a bfs on the states of the jars. 48 more words


Peeps® Jello® Mold

What could be easier than making Jello®? Certainly not Peeps® Jello Mold. Turns out the specific gravity of Peeps is less than the specific gravity of jello and the darn things float. 547 more words

More Peep Fun!

How long will it take to h@ck y3r Pa$$w0rd?

Ever been annoyed by those password policies that say “One digit, one uppercase, one lowercase” and then cap your password at, say 12 characters? Are those passwords secure these days, when cheap processing power is freely available ?  1,397 more words


100 - The 3n + 1 problem Solution

This is an easy problem from uva judge http://uva.onlinejudge.org/index.php?option=com_onlinejudge&Itemid=8&category=24&page=show_problem&problem=36

Brute Force, Iterative, Complete search.

How I did it

  • I read i and j.
  • I save the values of i and j in oi = i and oj =j.
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Fabian Calsina