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How To: Understand binary numbers in 60 seconds

Understand how binary numbers work, including how to read binary numbers, and create your own. This mathematics or computer programming tutorial is a zip to get through. It covers practical and theoretical use and need for binary code understanding. Binary means zeroes and ones in a series. This is paramount to digital transmission versus analog that transmits in a sinusodial wave form.

How To: Perform the binary routine magic card trick

Watch this instructional magic card trick tutorial to learn how to perform the binary routine. This is an original series of user-created moves. There are 9 phases of the Binary Routine, 6 of which are false, and the other 3 are closers that involve a color card change at the end. This video provides instruction on 2 false cuts and 1 closer, along with some possible variations. Just keep in mind, there is room for adjustment with these phases. If you find a better way to do a certain move, th...

How To: Read and write binary code

"There are 10 types of people in the world," the old joke goes, "those who understand binary, and those who don't." In this tutorial, you'll learn how to read and write binary code. With this neat tutorial, you'll join the former group. Make sense of the 1s and 0s of binary code, the symbolic atoms of machine language, with this how-to.

How To: Read a binary clock with the BCD format

Check out how to read a binary clock in this how to video. You'll see how to read the BCD (binary-coded decimal) format like so many can't. Just watch this if you have trouble determining the hours, minutes, or seconds on your binary clock. You can read it in standard or military time if you'd like.

How To: Simply read a binary clock

Sydus 93 teaches You Tubers how to read a binary clock by demonstrating the following process: A binary clock is made up of four rows and six columns of colored or uncolored dots. The rows, from bottom to top, represent the numbers one, two, four and eight. From left to right, columns one and two represent hours, three and four minutes and five and six are seconds. In order to tell time using the binary clock, begin at the left of your chart and simply determine which dots are filled in and a...

How To: Read a binary clock

Check out this video on how to read a binary clock, courtesy of glassgiant. The current binary clock comes in both java and flash. So, check out this tutorial on how to actually tell time with a binary clock, because we all know it is quite confusing. Some people even have trouble with analog clocks, yikes!

How To: Find & Exploit SUID Binaries with SUID3NUM

File permissions can get tricky on Linux and can be a valuable avenue of attack during privilege escalation if things aren't configured correctly. SUID binaries can often be an easy path to root, but sifting through all of the defaults can be a massive waste of time. Luckily, there's a simple script that can sort things out for us.

How To: Read binary on a block

Ever wonder how to read a binary clock? First, you must learn that in binary code there are only two numbers, one and zero. A binary clock has six columns and tells time in military time. The first two are for the hour. No light means zero. A light that is turned on is one. The first column has two dots the second column has four. if the second dot from the bottom in both columns is lit, it is 22:00 or ten o'clock. In the third column the light closest to the bottom is lit which means one. In...

How To: Use container fields with FileMaker Pro 10

This lynda.com video tutorial shows how to use container fields with FileMaker Pro 10. When you want to create fields in FileMaker database you have the choice on what kind of fields you want to make. Many general fields are self explanatory like text, date etc., but there is a special kind of field called the container field. FileMaker Pro container field is a versatile data type in that it can store any kind of binary data. Container fields can be used to hold binary data in four broad clas...

How To: Understand & Use IPv4 to Navigate a Network

You may not know it, but the IPv4 address of your computer contains tons of useful information about whatever Wi-Fi network you're on. By knowing what your IPv4 address and subnet mask are telling you, you can easily scan the whole network range, locate the router, and discover other devices on the same network.

How To: Use Final Effects Complete 5 AVX transitions in Avid

Final Effects Complete 5 AVX brings Ball Action, Mr. Mercury, and 100+ other legendary visual effects to Avid editing and finishing systems as an AVX 2.0 plug-in set. Supporting both Windows and Macintosh (Universal Binary), the new FEC 5 AVX takes full advantage of AVX 2.0's power and performance. New features include support for 16 bit-color processing, AVX 2.0 real-time filters, native on-screen controls, multi-processor acceleration, a number of new wipe transition filters, and hundreds o...

How To: Create an application, or app, bundle on Mac OS X

Wondering how to create an app bundle in Mac OS X? In this two-part video tutorial series, you'll learn how to create an application that is completely self-contained and is drag-and-droppable/relocatable. Frameworks, PlugIns, and Resources are embedded in the .app bundle, thus avoiding the need for installers and avoiding issues like dll-hell. There is also a quick demonstration on how to enable Universal Binary building at 15:46. Take a look!

How To: Extract Windows Usernames, Passwords, Wi-Fi Keys & Other User Credentials with LaZagne

After exploiting a vulnerable target, scooping up a victim's credentials is a high priority for hackers, since most people reuse passwords. Those credentials can get hackers deeper into a network or other accounts, but digging through the system by hand to find them is difficult. A missed stored password could mean missing a big opportunity. But the process can largely be automated with LaZagne.

How To: Dress like a geek

In this video, we learn how to dress chic like a geek! Dressing like a geek is becoming one of the hottest ways to dress! Some of the modern geek fashions are shirts with binary on them, old school video game shirts, geek shirts and many others. You can visit websites including ThinkGeek, which has a section dedicated to geek clothing. They also have shirts that relate to computer geek information and talk. Zeestuff is an apparel site that has game wear apparel for gaming geeks. There are als...

How To: Undelete and recover your files

In this Labrats video tutorial the instructors Andy Walker and Seab Carruthers show how to undelete the deleted files and recover them. When you save data to your computer, the computer stores the data in the binary format on the hard disk. To keep track of the files, the Operating System maintains a file table that shows the location of the data on the hard disk for a specific file. There are many file formats like FAT, NTFS etc. So when you are erasing the file only the entry in the file ta...

Hack Like a Pro: Snort IDS for the Aspiring Hacker, Part 3 (Sending Intrusion Alerts to MySQL)

Welcome back, my hacker novitiates! If you have been following this new Snort series, you know that Snort is the world's most widely used intrusion detection/protection system. Now a part of the world's largest network equipment company, Cisco, it is likely to be found everywhere in one form or another. This makes a compelling argument for learning how to use it, as it will likely be a necessity in any security-related position.

Networking Foundations: Subnetting Based on Host Requirements

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a great day so far. Today, instead of caring about networks we are going to talk about subnetting based on host requirements as promised in my first article about subnetting. Just like in the previous articles we will jump right into the examples because that's the best way to learn.

How To: Get Started with MicroPython for ESP8266 Microcontrollers

For anyone interested in using cheap, Wi-Fi-connected microcontrollers like the ESP8266, the Arduino programming language can be a barrier to entry. Based on C++, Arduino requires knowledge of more computer science than languages like Python. Fortunately for beginners, setting up MicroPython on an ESP8266 allows anyone to write Python on affordable microcontrollers in a matter of minutes.

How To: Use Gtfo to Search for Abusable Binaries During Post-Exploitation

GTFOBins and LOLBAS are projects with the goal of documenting native binaries that can be abused and exploited by attackers on Unix and Windows systems, respectfully. These binaries are often used for "living off the land" techniques during post-exploitation. In this tutorial, we will be exploring gtfo, a tool used to search these projects for abusable binaries right from the command line.

Hack Like a Pro: Finding Potential SUID/SGID Vulnerabilities on Linux & Unix Systems

Welcome back, my nascent hackers! We have spent a lot of time in previous tutorials focused on hacking the ubiquitous Windows systems, but the vast majority of "heavy iron" around the world are Linux or Unix systems. Linux and Unix dominate the world of Internet web servers with over 60% of the market. In addition, Linux and Unix servers are the operating system of choice for major international corporations (including almost all the major banks) throughout the world.

How To: Load & Use Keystroke Injection Payloads on the USB Rubber Ducky

Keystroke injection attacks are popular because they exploit the trust computers have in human interface devices (HIDs). One of the most popular and easily accessible keystroke injection tools is the USB Rubber Ducky from Hack5, which has a huge range of uses beyond simple HID attacks. The USB Rubber Ducky can be used to attack any unlocked computer in seconds or to automate processes and save time.

Networking Foundations: Subnetting Madness

Hello everyone! How's subnetting going? Did you practice a lot? I hope you did, but even if you didn't we will go through some more examples so you can be feeling confident after reading this article. It's all about that bad boy binary!

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