Disable SSLv3 to avoid POODLE attack in web.py

An open source application that I contribute to uses web.py to provide a web server platform for its services alongside the other platforms available. I recently updated it to use a sane set of default ciphers and to disable the SSLv3 protocol in order to avoid the POODLE attack the Internet is currently buzzing about. Here’s an abstract example so that you can do this yourself at home. Read More →

Give-Me-Coins.com Condensed UserScript

Lately, my interest has been piqued by cryptocurrency. After discovering that my ATI card could produce a decent hash rate without seriously spiking my electricity bill, I got specifically interested in Litecoin. Long story short, I joined a Litecoin mining pool (Give-Me-Coins.com) and decided that I could do without a few of the widgets on their dashboard page. Bing-bang-boom, I wrote a UserScript to rearrange things a little bit. Here it is for your consumption. Read More →

Tribute: An Homage to My ASCII Heroes

I don’t generally write anything on here that isn’t about code; I don’t like to use this as any kind of a soapbox. To me, this site is about sharing tricks and solutions I’ve created or come across in software development. That being said, I am so incredibly proud of this thing that I’ve made—I can’t help but shout about it from the mountaintops. Read More →