"UK campaigners NO2ID this morning enlisted the help of bloggers across the world to spread a leaked government document describing how the British government intends to go about "coercing" its citizens onto a National Identity Register. The 'ID card' is revealed as little more than a cover to create a official dossier and trackable ID for every UK resident - creating what NO2ID calls 'the database state'."
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I wrote and released a paper on security issues regarding shared firewalls a while back. Check it out here.
Some notes on the Dream Multimedia Dreambox DM7000. Mostly "notes to self", really.
The programs below are just a few small utilities I've found useful. Other people have too, it seems. tcpdump2ascii just passed 1600 downloads around 02 Dec 1999.
XBISO is an XBOX ISO extractor written in Perl. It can extract the contents of an XBOX ISO file to disk, or directly to the XBOX via FTP.
ATTENTION:Version 0.41 is the last stable release I wrote.
Please go to http://whatpix.sourceforge.net/
for the latest, coolest, versions, starting from version 1.00.
If you still want the old original stuff, it's here:
whatpix v0.41 (08/05/2000)
WhatPix is a small perl program which keeps a database of MD5 checksums of files. It was written to supplement Usenet binary decoders (such as 'aub'), in that they (usually) indiscriminately download files you already have.
tcpdump2ascii is a small perl utility which parses the hex output from 'tcpdump -x -l' and displays this as ASCII.