3r3208. TL; DR [/b] : IPFS allows you to host static sites on a distributed basis, which can be accessed through public caching gates (transparent reverse proxies) on the Internet, without having to install a program for a visitor. Such sites can be distributed without a routable (“white”) static IP address (will work for NAT), they remain operational with a short-term (several hours) absence of distributors, due to the cache on the gates. You can optionally bind your domain to gates, and you can add DNS records to several gates at the same time, to increase reliability and load balancing. The site ...
Conference DEFCON 18. You have spent all this money, but you continue to “have”. Part 1
3r33395. I use the interesting thing by Gary O’Leary-Steele, called Unicod-fun, which is pretty good for a utility written in Ruby. You know that my tools should be written exclusively in Python, so we translated it to Python. Now we can use different encoding for tools that are designed to attack web applications and are part of the WAF framework.
3r33395. The WAF framework includes WAF Fun and WAFWOOF and operates on the basis of multi-coding and proxy information...