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Discussion in 'Programming' started by LetsRaceBwoi, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

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    LetsRaceBwoi's Various Projects
    This is a list of various small projects designed as proof of concept or to help me learn how to use certain aspects of code (i.e. working with .NET's Math library).

    SineMG
    Generates a sine wave based on how many frames have passed since the program has been started and enlarges it by a scale predefined in the code (in this case, 10) in MonoGame​
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    Pros:
    Works
    Cons:
    It's not really continuous, since the points aren't joined together and therefore it doesn't really resemble a sine wave
    Memory leaks since it's adding each point to a list and not removing them
    Download:
    https://mega.nz/#!ARJC1DiI!o9MIwlqgT503WUTVD2hT_pQZFqToWyjEUb9ZSscOonw

    UniqueHashCreator
    Generates a salted, unique hash based on three factors - the username, password (not salted or hashed, but this can be done easily) and the Unix time allowing for hundreds (or possibly thousands) of different combinations within a second. Proof of concept, designed as a server-side application. Doesn't do any networking, though.
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    Pros:
    Again, it works fine. Pretty safe too!
    Difficult to brute force without the time (which theoretically would be sent once to the client and then destroyed)
    Cons:
    Not very practical, I'm guessing. I haven't really used this much in practice, so how should I know?
    Download:
    https://mega.nz/#!AMYlxD6K!uT9QezE3i1kqnld5X2oCxu_be66laIakGf_X5f5Qdjo
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2016

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