welcome lisbeth

I'm pleased to announce the arrival of lisbeth, my new toy (-:

lisbeth - msi wind u100

The name derived from the female protagonist of the Millennium Trilogy write by Stieg Larsson... and i'm falling in love with her character.

lisbeth runs Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.6):

bash decrypter with substitution

A friend of mine didn't remember the "real" password (es. v3ry1mp0rt4n7pas5w0r6) that he used to encrypt his file with this openssl syntax:

openssl aes-256-cbc -salt -in myfile -out myfile.enc -k v3ry1mp0rt4n7pas5w0r6

but he remembers the "original" password (es. veryimportantpassword) before haxor replacement (a=4, s=5, e=3, ...)
well, i think that this little script can be useful to resolve this "memory" problem:


for i in `echo v{e,3}ry{i,1}mp{o,0}r{t,7}{a,4}n{t,7}p{a,4}{s,5}{s,5}w{o,0}r{d,6}`


One day i say to myself: “How can i send bash commands towards an irc query?”.
So I(rc)S(hell)B(ot) was born (:
It was written in perl language.
It is a simple and secure way to use a shell towards irc servers.
Simple cause you have to put only “!” (for channel output) or “@” (for notice output) or “?” (for raw commands) before a command.
Secure cause you use the authentication system of “serious” irc network (;
So, only identificated nicknames that are in users_list file can give commands to remote machines.

social engineering I

"be you fluid and incomprensible"

hello world

perl -le "''=~('(?{'.('^]).+}'^'./@@_]').'\"'.('@%,,/}*/],^}'^'(@@@@]]@/@:_').',$/})')"
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