Posts from December 2020
pyRCV2: Open-source online counting for STV and other preferential voting systems
pyRCV2 is an application for counting various preferential voting elections.
pyRCV2 may be used in a number of different ways:
- as an online web application, no installation or special software required, at https://yingtongli.me/rcv/
- as a standalone Python command line application
- as a library within another
Investigating and disabling hard-coded certificate pinning in an Android application
mitmproxy is an open source interactive HTTPS proxy, which makes it easy to intercept HTTPS for reverse engineering, including an Android clients. It does this by installing its own CA certificate on the client device.1
Recently, I was attempting to reverse engineer the HTTPS… »
Monash Medicine in review – Year 4C: MED4100/4200
Note: I undertook year 4C in 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Significant disruptions and changes resulted during this year, which may or may not reflect the situation in the future.
Year 4C, like year 3B, is taught entirely from clinical sites. Unlike year 3B,… »
DRM Round-up: Q4 2020
Wow! It's been a while! Today is International Day Against DRM 2020, which means it's time to check in with my e-book collection for the first time since Q2 2019.
I have a policy of refusing to purchase any e-books encumbered with DRM,