Today I'm gonna try and solve another challenge from Project Euler - site with various programming tasks heavily connected with mathematics. If you're learning any new programming language and don't have any ideas for new programs - just head over to this site, complete as many challenges as you can and you'll definitely improve your skills. Just take a look at this task:
Hi everyone! Today we're gonna prepare a little bit before the next episode - in which we'll try to hack WPA and WPA Wi-Fi networks. But in order to do that we have to gain better understanding how it works, it's weaknesses (if any) and stronger sides that we shouldn't even try atttacking. Let's jump in to the world of theory!
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) was introduced in 1999 as a part of 802.11 standard. It's puprose was to assure the privacy of the wireless network in a way near to wired networks. It's using RC4 cipher (with different key size: 64 and 128 bits) and CRC-32 checksum to mantain integrity. In addition WEP is using a short, 24 bit initialization vector (IV), which is added to the key provided by user, creating 'unique' for each packet RC4 key. But because the IV is so short, and it's used with the same key, WEP is now considered outdated, easy to crack and insecure.
Todays challenge is going to be more security concerned as we're going to give a try boot2root machine from Vulnhub called Stapler. It's aimed for begining/intermediate pentesters, with goal to get root access. Let's jump straight into the content!
Hi, today we're gonna explore more about programming and math. I've chosen 3 challenges from Project Euler- Largest Prime Factor of a number, Largest Palindrom and 10001st Prime. Project Euler is a great site that provides us with many mathematical/programming problems that will undoubtedly help us gain a better insight in beautiful word of mathematics and programming.