Friday, December 30, 2011

Installing Reaver 1.2 on Ubuntu

Hello internet,
I've been hearing all about this tool "Reaver":
Reaver implements a brute force attack against Wifi Protected Setup (WPS) registrar PINs in order to recover WPA/WPA2 passphrases, as described in
1) Download (I downloaded the latest tar.gz, 1.2)
2) Ungzip, untar: `tar xvfz reaver-1.2.tar.gz`
3) Install dependencies: `sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev`

*NOTE* -- It seems like it may also depend on sql-lite ... or something, this is from the comments:

3a.) `sudo apt-get install libsqlite3-dev`

4) config, make install:
`sudo make install`

5)now type `reaver` at the command line to see usage :)

You'll also probably want the aircrack-ng suite if you haven't done any wifi cracking/recon/diddling before...

I'm going to just type out what I'm doing as I go along to actually use reaver.

1) `sudo airodump-ng eth1` checking the BSSIDs and looking for my WPA2 AP.
2) `sudo airmon-ng start eth1`
3) exit, then open reaver `sudo reaver -i eth1 -b 00:11:22:33:44:55 -c 11 -vv`

Now... I'm not sure if it's doing it's magick, I'll check wireshark soon, and maybe read the paper about the vulnerability, but I'm in skirpt kiddy mode at the moment.

It wasn't doing it's magic. My card doesn't support packet INJECTION, oh well maybe someday I'll get a real man's wifi interface.

Good luck!

Also here's someone actually running the attack:

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Means and Ends

Means: The patterns, process, actions, keys, words. Myriad of multitude.
Ends: The realization, fruition, completion. Result. Done.

To confuse these, brings me pain.

This is important, and I will not waste my time with people who do not realize the pain this confusion brings about.

Becoming harsh again, crystallizing the molten psyche.  From void to steel. Strength from weakness. Order and disorder from chaos. Chao, prime.

But with a smile. Cookies with a smile.

I've been a fanatic on every front in my life, at one point or another... fanaticism is the result of confusing means and ends.
(That is not written in E-Prime, pretend it was... pretend everything is spoken and written in e-prime)


I re-read what I wrote and even in such a small amount of time I can nit-pick myself over my generalizations.  Everyone has the potential to be someone special... but they are also simulacrum. Both are loved, both light and darkness ripping, tearing, loving, playing, verbing everywhere.

Aum, um
Say. Ah. Ah. Ah. Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Bondage, constriction, division, outline, quanta, package, dollar, restriction, restraint, holding form, stability, four, chariot, emperor, cycle, repeat.
Release, exhale, smoke, formless, flow, energy, chaos, unpredictable, spending dollar, air, the four suits, de-scrambled eggs.

Any[thing] True Will to be Discovered == Cutie mark to be earned

The Power

Saturday, December 24, 2011

The ghost of done #1

(01:34:07 PM) ooh... some sort of autobanning thing
(01:34:17 PM) by selecting "invisible mods"
(01:34:28 PM) people who legitamately flag bannable posts
(01:34:39 PM) are secretly added to "mod list"
(01:34:49 PM) and if 51% of the secret list flags an image
(01:34:56 PM) AUTO-B&

Read about the ghost of done here!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Zwarte Piet

The largest Sinterklaas celebration in Western Canada, slated for 3 December 2011 in New Westminster, British Columbia, was cancelled for the first time since its inception in 1985 after clashes of opinion surrounding the traditional character Zwarte Piet or "Black Peter". Rather than leaving out Zwarte Piet, the organizers decided to cancel the festivities as a whole, because, as spokesperson Tako Slump of the organization said: [13]
"We got a lot of replies back from our customers in the Dutch community," he said. "It became pretty clear to us that we love Sinterklaas and we can't have it without Black Peter. Those two go together,"

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Source Open

Nice, I like the term "source open"
I know that feel bro.

No Android?

While I was compiling this list, I thought hard about putting Android on. It's hard to argue that Android is unimportant in 2011, isn't it? Absolutely. It's also, unfortunately, hard to make a strong case for Android as an open source project.
Sure, Google lobs some source over the wall when it gets around to it – but Android development happens mostly behind closed doors. There's little opportunity for the millions of Android fans and potential hackers around the world to influence Android development unless they happen to work for Google or one of its partner companies.
It's great that Google releases the code, but it's more of a "source open" project than an open source project.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Node, Express, Redis, Jade, Ayn Rand

More winning answers from today: 

Instead of using ANOTHER npm package, I figured I can just call a function from inside the callback function that looks like this:

function renderPage(view, res, renderObject){
  res.render(view, renderObject);
view = 'login'
res = response from the route
renderObject = the modified object (we put Redis data in this one) from inside the callback that we want to pass to Jade.


Also just discussed "social chess" and then thought about a hypothesis that Ayn Rand was more autistic on the spectrum, googled in order to see others with similar thoughts:

Lisa Frank-esque stockings

Love this.
Reminds me of Lisa Frank from elementary school. I also loved those folders. THE COLORS!

Passing array from node.js express to jade template client side javascript jquery

And stackoverflow to the rescue again!
I was trying to pass a variable (an array) to the Jade templating engine in order to manipulate it on the cient side javascript, but it was a pain in the butt, the accepted answer worked here:

Thanks internet!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011


In my years of eccentric study,
My mind may very well seem muddy,
But I have found
universe to be bound
by only
mysterious truth

Richard Stallman Pony

GNU Hurd is the GNU project's kernel (in contrast to the popular Linux kernel)
Richard Stallman as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic character. Made with the GIMP :-)


Tuesday, December 6, 2011

End of year lucky winner!

from: David Mauricio Diaz Morales
date: Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 8:00 AM
subject: End Of Year Winner
David Mauricio Diaz Morales
8:00 AM (2 hours ago)

to undisclosed recipients
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* * *
Worst scamming attempt ever.

Unless... maybe I am really emerge lucky UK promo winner?! :D

Monday, December 5, 2011

My 2011 Books Read List

These here books I've read this year so far, and by golly it's December already!
I tried to put them in chronological order (unless I list 2 books by the author like Burroughs and Moore), but I'm bad at time and space, and really most things. But I get by.

  1. The Book - Alan Watts
  2. Stranger in a Strange Land - Robert Heinlein
  3. A Dirty Job; Fool - Christopher Moore
  4. The Illuminatus! Trilogy - Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
  5. Neuromancer - William Gibson
  6. The Electronic Revolution; Naked Lunch - William S. Burroughs
  7. The White People - Arthur Machen
  8. Tropic of Capricorn - Henry Miller
  9. Program or Be Programmed 10: Commandments for the Digital Age - Douglass Rushkoff
  10. Natural Law or Don't Put a Rubber on Your Willy - Robert Anton Wilson
  11. The Center of The Cyclone: An Autobiography of Inner Space - John C. Lilly
Of course there's more partials, references bla bla bla but these were the "front to backs" that I can remember of 2011!

My Read List on Goodreads

Sunday, December 4, 2011


(03:00:21 PM) hi.
(03:00:46 PM)
hiya I was wondering how we got connected
(03:00:53 PM)
hey whats up? 22/F here. you?
(03:01:00 PM)
but Ive since found out that a lot of G+ contacts were automatically added
(03:01:08 PM)
hmm. have we chatted before?
(03:01:27 PM)
I don't know
(03:01:36 PM)
oh ok. i wasnt sure. anyways.. whats up?
(03:02:04 PM)
Well, just finished watching some channel frederator and I'm looking for a thread on a forum so I can post this guy's art page
(03:02:05 PM)
(03:02:14 PM)
im like so boreddddddddd.... theres nothing to do
(03:02:26 PM)
ohhh wait! i got a idea. have you ever watched a girl strip on a cam before?
(03:02:30 PM)

Baby Lock:BL402 Proteze (Serger)

What she likes about this machine
I bought it second hand. The lady who owned it before me had upgraded to the Evolve after owning this one for 2 months. As a result I got it for a very good price (original price was approx US$600) from my local shop. Definately one of the best buys I ever made.
It is very versitile in it's stitches as it is a 2/3/4 thread machine hence it can be used in very many ways expect as coverstitch.
It is easy to use very nicely colour coded throughout and all parts are easily assesible. The roll hem is absolutely lovely and I am turning into a roll hem geek with this machine.
It is light enough to carry around to sewing weekends at my friends place.
I try to use my babylock as much as I can and to make that happen I did an overlocker course by the sewing shop. After the course I was not longer just able to use it I could understand it. Good seams are now happening because I know what I am doing, no longer nice accidents that I forget before I finished.
I had to concede that I needed a sewingmachine and have bought one but really only use it for things that can't be done with my babylock It is my machine of choice to use.

What she does not like about this machine
I had to learn how to thread it and that was hard as it is a bit bitsy and tempramental there. But once I fully understood the how and why of overlocking this becaem relatively easy.
Yes it is manual threading but I don't have any issues with that


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