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{technology, telecommunications, tricks, troubleshooting, trust, trial-and-error}

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My RSA public key ASCII armored up in OpenPGP format is right here.

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  8  ,aaa,       "Y888a     ,aaaa,     ,aaa,  ,aa,                      |_|0|_|
  8  8' `8           "8baaaad""""baaaad""""baad""8b                     |_|_|0|
  8  8   8              """"      """"      ""    8b                    |0|0|0|
  8  8, ,8         ,aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaddddd88P                    `-----'
  8  `"""'       ,d8""
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Normand Veilleux

Table of Contents

Amateur Radio:  also known as "HAM" (most RF spectrum stuff is here)

   IEEE 802.11 or Wi-Fi on 2.4GHz and 5Ghz in DSSS and OFDM

   Computer Programming:  WHERE read("ing") AND write("ing") && 'arithmetic /join #together';--

   REPL - Read-Eval-Print-L00ps:  language parsing, interpreters, etc.

   Cipher Text  cryptanalysis info, linguistic code-talkers, crypto-grams, ENiGMa

   DDoS Attacks & Prevention  Resource Exhaustion, Open Broadcast Traffic Amplification a.k.a. "Smurfing"

   Internet Hacking  sometimes it's almost as glamarous as Hollywood portrays

   Formal Logic (Discrete Math, Graph Theory, Set Operations, Combinatorics & more..)

   Phone Phreaking  SS7, VoIP, and non-Internet packet switched networks

   Biopunk Research  The union of biology and haxθring (DNA computing & bioinformatics)

   Enterprise Class Software Suites  Links & info on hacking the enterprise..

   Operating Systems  Linux, BSD, Windows©, Mac OSX™, OS/2, and others

   Standards/Specificationz  Infosec + Internet Standard Organizations & Consortiums 

   Legacy Technology  Mainframes were once an integral part of IT--some still are.. 

   About Site  Info about me and this web site.. 

If you think this site is boring then try surfing through a mirror of the web's very first portal which was hosted at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, better known by the French-derived abbreviation "CERN."
The first home page on the WWW (which was originally hosted on Steve Jobs' NeXT company's UNIX flavor.)