Monthly Archives: May 2011

Transparent Web Traffic Hijacking With Scapy, Squid, DansGuardian, and BackTrack4

BackTrack

This article is all about my attempt at traffic shaping/modification; how I hacked together a transparent web proxy that allows traffic modification, and ARP-spoofed my house’s network in order to do so.

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Learning C#

uScribble

So over the spring break, I wrote a quick ~450 line C# program in order to learn the language. Within a day or two I had uScribble, an automatic screen-raster-renderer. To put it simply, it hijacks your mouse and draws things for you. Jumping from Java to C# was actually easier than I had thought. uScribble was basically a from-scratch copy of a similar Java application I had made in the past.

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Entity Systems

ES Javascript Excerpt

Object oriented game engines got you down? Do you find yourself writing redundant code? Is your project becoming increasingly unmaintainable with every bit of additional functionality? Let an entity system engine help!

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