I got my hands on a Atheros network card and tried to run a popular deauth attack on my college WiFi. You pretend to be a client on the network and then send a dauth packet to the WiFi access point. The WiFi AP, thinks that the client wants to de-authenticate, and removes it out of the network. Here’s how to do it:
sudo airodump-ng mon0 -w mypacket
Let it run for around 2-3 minutes.
Watch your friends rage!
I have coded in python2.7 for about 2 years and I had no clue that all of my code was so broken. The reason for this sudden realization is my use of input() in my code. I started using this little evil function when I was lazy and I didn’t want to type int(raw_input(“Some integer: “)). It seemed so innocent, just there to help you with your inputs, everyone told me that, but did we even know – it’s the most unsafe thing we could write in python. IT EVALUATES WHATEVER WE WRITE AS IF IT WERE PYTHON CODE! Python oh python, why would you name it input()? At the time I started using it, I think a lot of forum websites, while using, didn’t document its implications completely. But most of the links I visited today did warn me about this – IT EVALUATES TO CODE FOR GOD’S SAKE!
Here, see this:
from requests.auth import HTTPBasicAuth
userid = input("Input: ")
I can’t blame the function name completely, my lack of knowledge about the function was the major reason. Another lesson to why not to use any function in your code, without going through its documentation.
The code works perfectly fine in Python 3.
I like McDonalds. They have a pretty easy to use website and a nice interface. But I feel it lacks a notification system of some sort I have to refresh the order status page every time to check the status of my order. So here’s a chrome extension that notifies you about it.
Whenever you order, copy the order ID and paste it in the Chrome Extension’s popup.
enter your order id and click on monitor order. That’s it. Enjoy!