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Real Name: Nicki Hansen
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Birthdate: August 6th, 1983 (30 years old)
A little about me...


I'm a software engineer working on games for mobile devices. Notably I've worked on Subway Surfers and Frisbee Forever. See more at my homepage: http://nickithansen.dk/

Member Since: February 22, 2007
Email: gwiz665 at gmail dot com
Homepage: http://nickithansen.dk/
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siftbot says...

Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 7 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!


radx says...

Dafuq?

Some blokes used controller input to feed code into the memory of a regular Super Mario World, then managed to glitch the game into running the code, thereby transforming Super Mario into Snake/Pong.

radx says...

http://tau.ac.il/~tromer/acoustic/

"The attack can extract full 4096-bit RSA decryption keys from laptop computers (of various models), within an hour, using the sound generated by the computer during the decryption of some chosen ciphertexts."

What. The. Fuck.

radx says...

There's an ongoing trial, Newegg vs patent troll TQP, who try to blackmail corporations by claiming a patent on SSL+RC4.

Yesterday, Whit Diffie himself was called upon as an expert witness. Check out this dialogue between him (D) and Newegg's lawyer Alan Albright (A):

A: "We've heard a good bit in this courtroom about public key encryption. Are you familiar with that?"

D: "Yes, I am."

A: "And how is it that you're familiar with public key encryption?"

D: "I invented it."

Case closed, bitches!

(Not really, but it's an uppercut that TQP will not recover from, unless they supply the jury with enough blow to wipe out their entire memory.)

siftbot says...

Congratulations! Your ability to discover new, unknown videos has earned you your "Talent Scout" Level 2 Badge!

radx says...

Meet the USS Zumwalt, a next-gen ship run by Linux and captained by James Kirk.

If a hacker named Khan assumes control over the ship, do you think it'll mark the emergence of Cthulhu?

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