Powering a Raspberry Pi Cluster

The Raspberry Pi doesn’t come with its own power supply so you need to decide how to power it. The recommendation from the Raspberry Pi website is that they have “found that purchasing a 2.5A power supply from a reputable retailer will provide you with ample power to run your Raspberry Pi”. After doing some research

Stacking multiple Raspberry Pi’s

For the Raspberry Pi cluster I wanted to make sure that they are neatly stored to keep them easy to reach. Why nicely storing them is important Each Raspberry Pi requires a power and network cable. When using a single raspberry pi the cables are not an issue but I am planning to use five as a baseline

Building a Raspberry Pi cluster

Today’s blog marks the official start of my Raspberry Pi cluster project. Here I will be documenting the process of assembling, building, and running a small cluster. This blog will include both code snippets,  hardware diagrams and the results of various projects using the cluster. Aims of the project The Raspberry Pi cluster will be looking into distributed

BIGINT Overflow Error Based SQL Injection

In MySQL 5.5+ you can abuse a new feature with BIGINT values. This involves a problem called integer rollover and your ability to run arbitrary SQL. The problem of integer rollover Integer rollover happens when a number is too big or small and is made bigger/smaller. In the case where the number is the highest