The recent Newegg code injection

Newegg was recently involved in customer credit card data theft between August 14th and September 18th. (read more here and here.) This was done by “Magecart” a previously identified javascript code injection. After seeing what happened, I couldn’t help but think to myself that this all could have been prevented quite easily. I’ll explain. Websites […]

.NET – Be wary of System.Timers.Timer

I’m working on large project that I will be releasing soon enough. I started it back in 2015 and am finally getting around to finishing it this year! I’ve rewritten a lot of the code so far and found that the reason for one of the major bugs was Microsoft’s System.Timers.Timer. It can and has […]

A questionable C# bug – Error CS0173

I’m working on a game and server for a game called “Word Chain” which is based on Chain Reaction. While scouring my code JetBrains ReSharper told me that a section of my code was redundant. ReSharper was sort-of right, but was actually quite wrong according to Roslyn. In fact that only reason the code looked […]

WebP GUI Release (06/28/2016)

One day later and already a new release of WebP GUI. This is be expected though, as the first release was very incomplete. This version is too, but far less incomplete. The software is about 30% done right now. The small remaining compression features will be added next and then the decompression features will start […]

WebP GUI Release (2016/06/27)

Update: http://www.nrgs.org/2571/webp-gui-release-06282016/ WebP is an image format developed and maintained by Google. While having a number of features, it lacks a lot of support from the general community at large. So I decided to help out a bit by introducing WebP GUI. It’s a piece of software designed to use Google’s webp binaries and manipulate […]

Pingy – A Network Troubleshooting Utility

Pingy – A Network Troubleshooting Utility Pingy’s source has been released at this link: https://bitbucket.org/Goodlookinguy/pingy/overview I’m going to continue working on it. You can follow along or do whatever you want. It is not even close to what you might call an alpha, beta, or whatever. It’s still much like a prototype that will turn […]

Palette Extractor 1.0b (4/10/2014) Released

New version I just live streamed adding these features. Download: v1.0b (4/10/2014) Changelog Added -write_log_file and -sort_colors arguments Added ini file that contains default settings (overwritten by command line arguments) Writing log is now off by default in ini Sorting colors is now on by default in ini Support for BMP and JPG files added […]