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Allows you to manage or reference your Trello board through commits to Github. Tag a commit with "Closes 1234" to have a card automatically archived, or "Card 1234" to have the commit sent to the card. Commit messages are searched for (case|card|close|archive|fix)e?s? \D?([0-9]+) to find the card short id. Case/card resolve to on_start configuration, close/fix resolve to on_close, and archive will just archive the card regardless.
MagSpoof is a device that can spoof/emulate any magnetic stripe or credit card. It can work "wirelessly", even on standard magstripe/credit card readers, by generating a strong electromagnetic field that emulates a traditional magnetic stripe card. Note: MagSpoof does not enable you to use credit cards that you are not legally authorized to use. The Chip-and-PIN and Amex information is not implemented and using MagSpoof requires you to have/own the magstripes that you wish to emulate. Simply having a credit card number and expiration is not enough to perform transactions. MagSpoof does allow you to perform research in other areas of magstripes, microcontrollers, and electromagnetism, as well as learn about and create your own devices similar to other existing, commercial technologies such as Samsung MST and Coin.
Big2, or better known as ChorTaiTi, is a simple open source Chinese poker card game for play over internet. The project is developed under Visual Studio 2008 and uses .NET 3.5. The graphical user interface is WPF. The project is being done for learning the new .Net 3.5 f...
Credit Card Number Validator 05 (CCNV05) is a Custom SSIS Data Flow Transformation Component that determines whether the given input is a valid credit card number or not. CCNV05 takes String/Numeric input and performs a Synchronous, Non-Blocking transformation using Luhn Mod 10 a
Credit Card Validator provides validation utilities for credit card data inputs. It is designed as a CommonJS module for use in Node.js, io.js, or the browser. It includes first class support for 'potential' validity so you can use it to present appropriate UI to your user as they type. A typical use case in a credit card form is to notify the user if the data they are entering is invalid. In a credit card field, entering “411” is not necessarily valid for submission, but it is still potentially valid. Conversely, if a user enters “41x” that value can no longer pass strict validation and you can provide a response immediately.
Command line script to flash SD card images of any kind. Note that for some devices (e.g. Raspberry Pi), at the end of the flashing process the tool tries to customize the SD card e.g. it configures a hostname or WiFi. And with a cloud-init enabled image you can do much more like adding users, SSH keys etc.
The project provides en effect when the user swipes the finger over one texture and by swiping reveals the texture underneath it. The effect can be applied for scratch-card action or wiping a misted glass.
Card credit checker, allows you to check credit card number for validity. It can verify Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, Carte Blanche, American Express (AMEX), Discover, card numbers. it uses LUHN10 algorithm as well as first digits verification.
This is a C# playing card library, and an included sample game. The game is meant to be a networked virtual card table where folks can play just about any kind of card game they would like. For now, the game is not playable, but more of a test of the library. Hope you enjoy.
SCOTT is a toolkit aimed to support the automated testing of smart-card based applications. Its core resides in the SCOTT Shell, a command-line interpreter which can be driven by scripts that can manipulate smart-card devices via commands made available by card-specific plug-ins.