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  • spaghettify

    Boring Code Achieves Deliciousness

    Also, it's open source and all the prompts we use are in this file:

    You can take these and play around with them in the OpenAI playground as well.

  • ghidra-scripts

    A collection of my Ghidra scripts to facilitate reverse engineering and vulnerability research.

    When you introduce a bug, is it a dumb random bug, or an intelligent AI bug?

    In other words, would the bug work for me or the user?

    When I say work for me, what I mean is, considering decompiler tools like can shine light where once there wasn't, would the bug generates lots of unnecessary work for me, or could I use the bug as a stealth form of copy protection, where those with illegal copies get bitten by the bug and eventually forced into purchasing said code?

    I've seen that technique used with a software company supplying addons to other programming companies. Cant say its a technique taught at places like University.

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  • unmaintainable-code

    A more maintainable, easier to share version of the infamous

    Two thoughts:

    * This is ridiculous. Why would you do this? Which made think of this quote: "Which is ridiculous and unnecessary but when has that ever stopped programmers?" from one of my favorite Tom Scott videos:

    * How to Write Unmaintainable Code:

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