Last weekend I went to Chicago with my roommate. I split up with my roommate after we arrived in the city.
Before the battle, there are riots against Trump’s presidency on south side of Chicago River and in Millennium Park. (The surprising part is that Chicago police are on bikes.) The POC soon announced that there will be no anomaly portals in those areas.
This battle was more harsh than I originally thought. Enlightened faction players are organized into car teams, bike teams and foot teams. My team was assigned to guard a target portal in Milton Lee Oliver Park in east part of Chicago. Although we lost the battle because the resistance faction deployed 3 teams to our portal, Enlightened faction won the battle in the end and I leveled up to L13 as well. Everyone enjoyed the night view of Chicago and we had a fun after party in a pizza restaurant. According to my GPS, our team covered a distance of 16 km during the whole anomaly. Continue reading Via Noir Chicago!
As implemented in Google Authenticator app, you’ll need:
A shared secret key K, which is base32 encoded
a specific time period since UNIX epoch T
I’ll use K = GEZDGNBVGY3TQOJQGEZDGNBVGY3TQOJQ and T = 1450235092 (which is Wed, 16 Dec 2015 11:04:52 CST) for example. In the Google Authenticator App, both K and T are passed to TOTP as hexadecimal values (or byte arrays).
Since K is a base32 encoded string, we’ll decode it to byte format. Password changes every 30 seconds, T should be divided by 30, tuncated to integer and converted to hex and padded to 16 hexadecimal digits.