Steffen Fritz

Hacker Magazines - An Overview

When you’re interested in infosec, you are probably looking for some good hacking and infosec magazines. Here is an overview of zines I read on a regular basis. 2600 - The Hacker Quarterly Founded: 1984 Language: English Latest: 2016-06 Level: beginner, advanced Frequency: quarterly Topics: implementation errors, url guessing, politics, activism URL: http://2600.com Price print: $27 p.a. USA and Canada / $38 p.a. overseas PoC||GTFO Founded: 2013 Language: English Latest:

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Siegfried on FreeBSD

Last weekend I ported siegfried to FreeBSD. Siegfried is an advanced file identification tool, using the National Archives UK’s PRONOM and freedesktop’s MIME-info file format signatures. It’s written in Go and compared to other file id tools pretty fast. The port can be found on github, it is waiting to be added to the ports tree.

Irgendwas mit DH - Mai 2016 - II

DH Box – Digital Humanities Virtual Workbench : “Setting up an environment for digital humanities computational work can be time-consuming and difficult. DH Box addresses this problem by streamlining installation processes and providing a digital humanities laboratory in the cloud through simple sign-in via a web browser” : http://dhbox.org/ A blog post on dhbox.org by Tony Hirst : ouseful.info KB Research : Dataset KBK-1M containing 1.6 Million Newspaper Images available

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