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Gutenberg test, a simple FAQ block

This is my first attempt at a Gutenberg block. I’m building this looking at / copying nylen’s Gutenberg examples plugin. Mine is named “Gutenbergerli” because this will be wonderful for a few hours then it’ll go stale, just like Luxemburgerli which are some of the best things ever for a time, at least.

scraping http POST requests with golang

One of the #enumerateallthethings projects in Go. PostScrape lets you scrape targeted html nodes in enumerateable http POST requests. It uses goquery for the targeting. Currently it’s command line only. Works but not finished at all, needs tests and other things. (Part of a larger project where I just needed the data.)

Improving Gravatar (the service)

The problem: Gravatar hashes are somewhat easy to crack. Websites are super easy to scrape. Sites with Gravatar urls in the img-src or profile link make it trivial to generate lists of hashes to crack. Other data available on sites and in Gravatar profiles can be used to generate targeted wordlists which make cracking a …

Windstream compatible modem for a non-bonded connection

When my Windstream modem was repeatedly power cycling when trying to connect, tech support said this was the modem letting me know it was damaged and needed to be replaced. They offered to rent me a modem for $10/month but oh my god no, why would I do that? This one lasted me over 10 …

A Slack bot that gets the last three posts from a WordPress site

This Glitch project grabs the latest three posts for WordPress sites which are using either the WP REST API or the WP.com version via Jetpack. It uses MongoDB for persistence. It’s not super exciting or well written but a fairly effective way to mindlessly try sites on Slack and see if they have the WP …

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