The home of my projects, tutorials and other things I feel are worth sharing.
In this post I will discuss how to encrypt and decrypt messages in Python. We will use the cryptography module to use an implementation of AES called Fernet to encrypt data. I will also show you how to keep keys safe and how to use these methods on files.
In this post I will go over how to install auto-py-to-exe, talk about how it works and demonstrate how to use it. I will also cover commonly asked questions and issues that people run into and how to fix them. The point of this post is to help people understand why they are having their issues.
In this post I will demonstrate the usage of the cryptography module by using using the symmetric key method RSA to encrypt and decrypt messages. I show how to generate keys, store the keys, read the keys and how to encrypt and decrypt messages and files. We will be using cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.rsa to generate keys.
Check if you are a participant of a conversation in Gmail. Helps you stop sending emails with the wrong address. A red outline around “Reply” and “Reply All” will appear if the currently logged in email is not part of the conversation.
A chrome extension to solve the Waikato Universities resource work around in Moodle. Simply install this extension in Google Chrome and safely open documents in Moodle in a new tab without wanting to rip your hair out.
Host your local project files that are linked using relative references on your network. This makes it easy to test a site out on other devices on your network. Passing this script a file will search for the project root, host a server based around this root and then open the file you passed in your browser.