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  1. Security is lacking in our devices. in a server that supports this mod, anyone can just walk up to a pc and mess it up and learn stuff the owner wants to keep private.
  2. Hi, I made a program that runs on a server and a client. I recommend running it on tier 2 computer, and don't run it on server, because it didn't work for me. I saw someone asking about something like this, so I wanted to make it. Can have use on multiplayer servers. I might make some improvements to the code, but you will know. Pastebin codes: Server: pastebin run SfKyUqbp Client: pastebin run 5YYjTeCs Console: pastebin run yip2MK9h Here is a video that I made(Ignore my slow brain, I don't speak English as my main language): EDIT: Video is dow
  3. New version: Hello! This is my security doorcontrol system I built. It used to be the code from Dustpuppy's program, but I learned off of it and built it up to be more advanced and better! I moved to GitHub! All files can be found here So backstory: I was getting into Open computers when I discovered the open security mod, but I didn't know lua. so I looked on this website and found Dustpuppy's program. It was perfect! But my needs grew, and I added on more functions to the cards (Armory access level, departments, goi and mtf buttons and such), and I even upgraded the a
  4. Hello all, I'm here to announce the release of OpenSecurity! Build Status: Downloads: https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/OpenSecurity Change Log: http://ci.pc-logix.com/job/OpenSecurity/changes Source: https://github.com/PC-Logix/OpenSecurity OpenSecurity adds Items and Blocks that are useful for the security of your worlds or bases. Documentation has been moved to GitHub: https://github.com/PC-Logix/OpenSecurity/wiki
  5. The Guard - security system The Guard is a base security control program I've written in 2016. It allows you to use some of the security devices from the OpenSecurity mod. It has modular architecture - all features are implemented in independent modules that can be replaced. It has action-driven - you can specify how everything behaves using the action system. Features modular architecture action-driven configurable behavior redstone support (Redstone I/O blocks) support of security devices from OpenComputes: keypads biometric readers
  6. /This is my first program what it does is when you boot up the computer it asks for a password the install it: (Type these in the computer) 1. pastebin get 036sY9DN PassBlocker 2. edit .shrc and add /home/PassBlocker to the code 3. edit PassBlocker 4. find the code that says "Set Password Here" and replace that with the password you want 5. reboot and try it! An installer for this program will come. eventually. if the password is correct, it just goes to the shell if the password in incorrect, it turns the pc off, forcing the person to re-confr
  7. I have been playing with the robots and have really been enjoying it. I wrote a little program make a robot follow a wall around and around until it detects an entity then it takes a swing at the detected entity. It is pretty amusing to watch the little guy swing it's sword at a group of creepers and zombies. lol Anyway, the program is far from complete. However, before I continue down this path I would be interested in any ideas for a different approach. Right now the robot has to do a detect in every direction. Since it can only detect in front, above and below I am having it chec
  8. Shuudoushi


    Introduction: Hello, as some of you may know, I'm a regular on the IRC chan, and I go by the name Shuudoushi (Shuu for short). For sometime now, I've been steadily building something of an OS, SecureOS (SOS for short). But haven't wanted to put it up here as I'm not really happy with it as it sits, but I don't think I'll ever really be happy with it, so here it is! Goal: The main goal of SOS was to provide better security for OpenOS through a program suite of sorts, but has steadily evolved into it's own little beast. Now the goal is to provide better security and a more unix like fe
  9. AND HIS NAME IS... GANG SINA! Gangsir here again, I've made a simple script that opens a door when a entity from a list moves near an attached motion detector. This acts as both a method of security and an easy way to automatically open a door. It outputs a redstone signal on the top of the computer/RedstoneIO block when a valid entity moves near it. Usage: proxdoor [-abli] <time to stay open> [Person1] [Person2]... Switches: -a : Accept all mode, door will open for any motion. Whitelist has no effect. Cannot use with -b -b : Blacklist mode, all provided names the door will ignore, ac
  10. Potato Security Suite Alarm.lua : The central part of the alarm suite, this program will be on the look out for a message from a sensor that will trigger the alarm. Requirements for this program: T1Microcontroler or T1 Case, 1x T1 RAM, 1x T1 CPU, 1x Network or Wireless Network Card, 1x EEPROM to flash the program to. Default Port is 1. Extra Versions: BeepCard: Uses the beep card from Computronics for a different alarm. Extra Requirements: T2 Microcontroler or T2 Case and Beep Card. OpenSecurity: Uses OS's Alarm block. Extra Requirements: T1 Case. Extra Info: Must turn back
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