Well hold on now guys.... Xires might step in here in a minute to talk logistics with this kid.
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Hi there.A good troll, or a hilarious turn of circumstances. Either way, his name is now even more of an oxymoron. Shall you be staying or did you just come here to embarrass our ignorant new friend here?
It just so happens that I am one of the technicians responsible for the security of the network that 'Thesecrethacker' (Jesus Christ... *cringe*) wants to disrupt. He is, you see, banned from using our IT facilities for burying a copy of tor browser in a shared network area, along with multiple other low instances of silly script kiddie behaviour.
Having come to be here because 'thesecrethacker' had the URL for this site in plain view on our exchange server, I've found this post, and another asking for info on how to get round a LightSpeed filtering system... my LightSpeed filtering system.
I'd say he needs all the help he can get.
PS I image step one on the path to being 'thesecrethacker' is supressing the urge to show off to your mates at every available opportunity.
I asked my ict teacher and he told me it's almost never used anymore anyway.Wait... So according to your teacher, if I code something in ASM it will simply just..... not work?
'100% protected'Saying this statement anywhere, at anytime, about anything, is pure illusion
I know, I will be honest and say that about 14.950 members still need to pay me.. What I have done though is to book another "special" appointment at Dr. m0rph's office for them.Awh shit. You know what, that reminds me, I've been getting visits on credit for awhile now. I hope he doesn't come for me. I mean, we are longtime friends but, Dr. m0rph is Dr. m0rph...
Entropy - The measure of randomness in a hash (In this case anyway)(Someone correct me if i'm wrong).Nah you're not wrong. This is part of the reason why an algo is only so good for so long. People used to think it would take a Cray supercomputer years to crack DES.
Basically you want a hash function to have a completely different output even if the input is only changed a tiny tiny tiny bit. So that hash of aaaaa is not even CLOSE or similar of hash of aaaab.
Collisions is when you have two different inputs that produce the same output in a hash function. There is no such thing as a hash without a collision, this is because a hash is of fixed length. However, the entropy of a hash determines "how often" a collision will occur or "how good" an hashing algorithm is.
(Someone please correct me if I am mistaken above, its getting rather late over here)
You see, I live by the money I get by moderating this board..........I've been severely undercompensated for moderating every board
Bugs, who the hell likes bugs?Some people like Praying Mantis'
Carry on!We most likely will..