Sometimes you have to switch to the dark side.

October 30th 2011

Impressive! It took one year and ten days of going totally black on this homepage, and still less than 3 people cared... anyway...

My latest updates

Android projects...


Romanian-only app that's basically the only real Android alternative of browsing our country's (less or more stupid) laws. To implement this one I put on the table my best knowledge about:

ECM Handler

ECM stands for "encrypted contained message" and it's a very, very long shot at attempting to put in the wild a way of allowing short encrypted messages to pass through unsecured channels (let's say, web pages or QR codes). It allows the non-standard "ecm://" protocol to reach the app, a protocol which contains embedded encrypted data instead of the usual hostname/query parts that would make a readable URI. The design of this protocol was created by me and uses military-strenth cryptography principles (AES-256, message checksum) and also compresses the data before encryption.

Older projects...

C/C++/win32 projects

Yahoo! Messenger Now Playing v5.1 - March 23, 2011
A very small native Winamp plugin (NOT a separate application) that allows you to show in Yahoo! Messenger 11, 10, 9 or older what you are playing in Winamp. Click the link to find out why it is much, much better than any other plugin with the same purpose.

HyperIM 2.14 - November 25, 2007 - Popular program used by hundreds of thousands of users.
What you get in less than 1 MB: complex status manager for Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger / Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, Skype, with support for media info from 19 media players (Winamp, WMP, iTunes, foobar2000, Musicmatch Jukebox, and whole lot others), details from uTorrent, Yahoo! auto-replies, Yahoo! Magic Avatars, Yahoo! Emoticons chooser, and many many other plugins...

Yahoo! Messenger Magic Avatar v0.618 - March 28th 2007
This is a stand-alone version of the similar plugin from HyperIM. It allows you to create a 16x16 bitmap unseemingly hidden in a 96x96 bitmap.

.NET stuff

I have removed the available .NET projects from this page, since all my .NET programs were NOT for mainstream release, but rather school projects. These included:

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