Breakbot simplifies fuzzing and pen-testing by putting disruptive strings and naughty unicode just a click away – no more googling for Zalgo or trying to copy a zero-width character. Breakbot is a click-paste solution that puts bad strings on your clipboard quickly and easily. It’s on GitHub and the Chrome Store (soon, I hope – all the badness (and probably the EICAR string) in it has got the extension stuck in review… no surprise).
Today’s afternoon project before I start my real work: scriptBot. prep.py will process subtitle files (in SRT format), take in some Twitter credentials and interval data, and then build a file that tweet.py can take in, which will tweet out a random line from the movie on the given interval… it’s set and forget cultural […]
I got tired of typing the emoji shrug by googling it and copying the first result, so I wrote a bookmarklet to inject it into the active input field. You can also drag this hyperlink to your bookmarks bar, and click it when you’re focused in a textbox you want to inject it into: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Doesn’t […]