Archive for January, 2009

Well it certainly is true, why not? That question never has a correct answer imo. It is the same question I asked myself yesterday. I was like thinking what to write on my blog (I was bored and thought that blog writing could help) after a while I just gave up (so lesson learned: only write when you actually have something to write). So today I fired up my browser(for the ones wondering, this is a personal opinion, I use: Opera {FTW!}, IE {nice}, FF {sucks}, I use them depending on what I need) and the first things I saw was this. Which is funny since it’s just a couple of days ago since I posted about python and now I see a nice and small python script to do funky stuff.


A lot of people ask the question: How can I recover my truecrypt password? Others ask the question: How can I crack a truecrypt container? So out of curiousity I went on a little investigation to know what the current tools are to bruteforce a truecrypt container. So here is a small compilation of the methods I’ve found to bruteforce a truecrypt container.


Python hidden love and hate

Posted: January 1, 2009 in general
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This is just my little hate/love affair with python. This post will be a bit chaotic but ohwell…

Well when I first read about python my inmediate reaction was: HATE HATE HATE. This reaction was only triggered because of one reason: indentation. This kept going on for a while until I finally decided to try python out and create my opinion based on using the language instead of prejudices. I’ll explain what the word ‘hidden’ does in the title of this blog posting later on.