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DriveInfo Gadget Review – A Free System Monitoring Tool

Microsoft discontinued all desktop gadgets for Windows Vista and Windows 7 due to serious vulnerabilities. We recommend following Microsoft’s guidance and NOT using any desktop gadgets.

The DriveInfo gadget is one of our favorite system utility gadgets for Windows. There are plenty of useful options including several background and icon choices, but overall it’s still an easy to use Windows gadget.

The DriveInfo gadget displays the remaining free space on your hard drive(s) in both percentage and GB format. There’s even a handy progress-type bar that graphically displays used disk space.

Pros & Cons

Aside from missing a small option, DriveInfo is a must-have system utility gadget:

What We Like

  • Isn’t confusing to use

  • Very simple to read

  • Contains several background and icon choices

  • Several options provide flexibility in drives displayed

  • Doubles as a drive shortcut list

  • Can display more than one drive at once

More Information on the DriveInfo

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WAVE Web Accessibility Tool

WAVE Web Accessibility Tool

WAVE is a suite of evaluation tools that helps authors make their web content more accessible to individuals with disabilities. WAVE can identify many accessibility and Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG) errors, but also facilitates human evaluation of web content. Our philosophy is to focus on issues that we know impact end users, facilitate human evaluation, and to educate about web accessibility.

You can use the online WAVE tool by entering a web page address (URL) in the field above. WAVE Firefox and Chrome extensions are available for testing accessibility directly within your web browser – handy for checking password protected, locally stored, or highly dynamic pages. We also have a WAVE Runner service, subscription WAVE API and a stand-alone WAVE API for easily collecting data on many pages. If you need enterprise-level reporting and tracking of accessibility, WAVE powers the Pope Tech accessibility tool.

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This Weird Gadget from Kessler Lets You Power Your Camera Gear with Power Tool Batteries

Got a bunch of DeWalt batteries in your garage? Turn them into batteries for your camera gear with Kessler’s new adapter.

Who doesn’t love a weird gadget? Well, Kessler has come out with one that seems, yes, kind of weird, but also pretty useful.

Meet the Mag Max 3A, a battery adapter that essentially allows you to charge your camera gear with DeWalt 20v Max and 60/20v Flex Volt batteries.

This thing allows you to power pretty much anything you bring to set, including DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, follow focus systems, wireless video transmitter and receivers, motion control systems, audio recorders and mixers, LED lights, monitors, and even your smartphone. (However, if you’re trying to power a Blackmagic Ursa Mini, RED Dragon, or any device that has a 3amp draw or higher, the Mag Max 3A won’t work for you.)

According to Kessler:

The Mag Max 3A was developed to fill

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david942j/one_gadget: The best tool for finding one gadget RCE in libc.so.6

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OneGadget

When playing ctf pwn challenges we usually need the one-gadget RCE (remote code execution),
which leads to call execve('/bin/sh', NULL, NULL).

This gem provides such gadgets finder, no need to use objdump or IDA-pro every time like a fool 😉

To use this tool, type one_gadget /path/to/libc in command line and enjoy the magic 😆

Installation

Available on RubyGems.org!

Note: requires ruby version >= 2.1.0, you can use ruby --version to check.

Supported Architectures

Implementation

OneGadget uses symbolic execution to find the constraints of gadgets to be successful.

The article introducing how I develop this tool can be found on my blog.

Usage

Command Line Interface

$ one_gadget
# Usage: one_gadget <FILE|-b BuildID> [options]
#     -b, --build-id BuildID           BuildID[sha1] of libc.
#     -f, --[no-]force-file            Force search gadgets in file instead of build id first.
#     -l, --level OUTPUT_LEVEL         The output level.
#                                      OneGadget automatically selects gadgets with higher 
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JonathanSalwan/ROPgadget: This tool lets you search your gadgets on your binaries to facilitate your ROP exploitation. ROPgadget supports ELF, PE and Mach-O format on x86, x64, ARM, ARM64, PowerPC, SPARC and MIPS architectures.

This tool lets you search your gadgets on your binaries to facilitate your ROP exploitation.
ROPgadget supports ELF/PE/Mach-O format on x86, x64, ARM, ARM64, PowerPC, SPARC and MIPS
architectures. Since the version 5, ROPgadget has a new core which is written in Python
using Capstone disassembly framework for the gadgets search engine – The older version can
be found in the Archives directory but it will not be maintained.

Install

If you want to use ROPgadget, you have to install Capstone first.

For the Capstone’s installation on nix machine:

$ sudo pip install capstone

Capstone supports multi-platforms (windows, ios, android, cygwin…). For the cross-compilation,
please refer to the https://github.com/aquynh/capstone/blob/master/COMPILE.TXT file.

After Capstone is installed, ROPgadget can be used as a standalone tool:

$ ROPgadget.py

Or installed into the Python site-packages library, and executed from $PATH.

$ python setup.py install
$ ROPgadget

Or installed from PyPi

$ pip install ropgadget
$ 
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