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## Apr 23, 2013

### Networks hacking and security

This is an announcement of starting our new course, you will find it interesting. You will know how to catch something in the air, something which is not exist, but it is existing, it is unseen.

Important: Actually this course is to show you the hackers' technique and to know how to protect yourself against their activities.

## Apr 15, 2013

### Compete to beat ~ Hackers' Challenge

I decided to make a challenge for my visitors, the winner will gain \$10.

You can show us your skills, you are limited in these fields:

A- Websites which contain the following criteria:

1- Porn, Child abuse and any sexual contents.
2- Black markets, illegal activities, phishing, spamming.

B- Cracking a software.

C- 0day Vulnerabilities with the exploits.

D-  Programming useful tool.

This is a monthly challenge, the winner will be announced at the end of each month.

## Apr 9, 2013

### The first victim of OpsIsrael, 13000 Credit cards are leaked

OpsIsrael is an electronic war against Israel which is targeted by the Anonymous group. they leaked 13,000 credit cards from the Union Bank of Israel

I am not responsible about it, it is in the news section.. so you are reading the news !!

See yaa

## Mar 15, 2013

### Python L6: Loops

Loops in programming means repetition in the real life, generally we use "for" and "while".

An example with "while":

>>> i=0
>>> while i<10:
print 'i: ' , i
i += 1

i:  0
i:  1
i:  2
i:  3
i:  4
i:  5
i:  6
i:  7
i:  8
i:  9

In the example above I limited the outputs to get a result (0 => 9).

Here I am using "for":

>>> [number*2 for number in range(10)]
[0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18]

"number*2" means a number multiplied by 2,
"in range(10)" means the outputs are constrained and not more than 10 generations

Here I am using loops & variables with "raw_input":

>>> name=raw_input('Who are you? ')
Who are you? ITTIHACK
>>> print 'Welcome ' ,name
Welcome  ITTIHACK

The system will print "Welcome" + the name that you entered.

Does "raw_input" works properly in all cases ? let's see,,

>>> res=raw_input('Enter: ')
Enter: 10+30
>>> print res
10+30

By the same method which is used above, but the results are not formatted correctly and we got 10+30 as it is.

To fix this you can use "input" instead of "raw_input":

>>> res=input('Enter: ')
Enter: 10+30
>>> print res
40

One word can do the same function:

>>> eval('10+30')
40

See yaa

## Mar 5, 2013

### Python L5: Conditions

Today we have an easy topic, it is the fifth lesson in our Python course, I will explain the principle of conditions:

Define a username and a password firstly, then use the condition which will constrain the inputs to obtain a desired result:

>>> name="ITTIHACK"

If the entered data are not true ! What will happen ?

Here I will add a possibility of more than user in the system or if there is an error:

else:

>>> name="Noor"
else:

If I have several possibilities:

print "Welcome captain"
else:
print "You are not authorized"

Welcome captain

The above example is applied on the user (Noor) with the pass (18), so we have seen the message: "Welcome Captain".

>>> name="Raul Caneda"
print "Welcome captain"
else:
print "You are not authorized"

You are not authorized

The above example is applied on an unknown data and gave is the message: "You are not authorized".

## Mar 3, 2013

Now you can find ITTIHACK in your mobile phone by using this app,  if you are using android you may try it now:

Please allow installing applications from outside the market for proper installation.

Screen shots from my Samsung Galaxy S III

Scanning results:

./ITTI