This note shows how to install the Estonian Electronic Identity Software on Debian 10.
ASCII Art Hangman for Kids is a children computer Hangman game designed for classroom usage with graphical TUI interface.
Hangman is a paper and pencil guessing game for two or more players. One player thinks of a word, phrase or sentence and the other tries to guess it by suggesting letters or numbers, within a certain number of guesses. In this version for children the computer selects a word, phrase or sentence randomly out of a word-list defined in a configuration file. In the course of the game ASCII-Art images - designed for children - are progressively disclosed. There are 10 built in ASCII-Art images from which one is chosen randomly at the beginning of the game. Alternatively own ASCII-Art can be provided in the configuration file.
Update 20190713: Version 4.9.0 asks a secret only once
This note shows how to install the Estonian Electronic Identity Software on Debian 9.
Accessing your home server from outside your local network is usually done by forwarding a port of your server through the router. This note describes a different approach allowing to establish a peer-to-peer connection between hosts on different private networks without having access to the router.
This talk hold in Riga at DSS ITSEC 2018 – 9th Annual International Cyber Security Conference is about technology assessement and a case study evaluating the suitability of Rust in Digital Forensics.
Within the framework of this study the suitability of the Rust ecosystem for forensic tool development was evaluated. As case study, the tool Stringsext was developed. Starting from analysing the specific requirements of forensic software in general and those of the present case study, all stages of the software development life-cycle have been executed, up to the first production release.