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How to Test Meltdown Vulnerability – Detailed Guide 2018

I hope you all knows the latest vulnerability i.e. Meltdown which has been discovered almost in every CPU having Intel Processor. These both vulnerabilities are basically hardware design flaws that attackers can easily exploit to access part of the memory that should remain private allowing them to steal your personal information. According to Wikipedia – […]

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Metasploitable3 Full Installation on Windows – Detailed Guide 2018

The Metasploitable machines are those vulnerable machines, designed by Rapid7 Company for training offensive security skills and testing exploits. To install Metasploitable3 on windows is not easy as Metasploitable2 installation, here you need to craft the virtual image itself with the help of vagrant and Packer tools which generally used to create virtual development environments. […]

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Shodan Search Examples

Shodan is one of the world’s first search engine for Internet-Connected devices. With the help of Shodan, you can easily discover which of your devices are connected to internet, where they are located and who is using them. Shodan has several servers located around the world that crawl the Internet 24/7 to provide the latest Internet […]

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Top 9 Web Development Frameworks based on PHP

Anyone who has designed web sites for any length of time knows the limitations of html and other client side languages like CSS and JavaScript. While these languages remain at the core of web development, their primary function is to control how text and graphics are presented. Because they lack the ability to manipulate information […]

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Best Books about SVG

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files. Here we’ve listed out the Best 6 Books […]

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9 Best Books for NodeJs Lovers – 2018 Update

If you already know the basics of Node.js, now is the time to discover how to bring it to production level by leveraging its vast ecosystem of packages with the following books. As a web developer, you’ll work with a varied collection of standards and frameworks – Practical Node.js shows you how all those pieces […]

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Top 7 Python Libraries for Networking Programming

Python was invented around 1990 by Guido van Rossum, when he was at CWI in Amsterdam. Despite the reptiles, it is named after the BBC comedy series Monty Python’s Flying Circus, of which Guido is a fan (see the following silly sidebar). Guido was also involved with the Amoeba distributed operating system and the ABC […]

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Top 11 Graphics Utilities for MacOSX

Apple was the only computer company whose sales actually increased during the recession. The Mac’s market share has tripled since 2005. In any case, you have 3 challenges. First, you’ll probably want to copy your Windows stuff over to the new Mac. Some of that is easy to transfer (photos, music, Microsoft Office documents), and […]

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7 Best Python Libraries for Validating Data

If you are a system administrator, it is likely that you have encountered Perl, Bash or some other scripting language. You may have even used one or more yourself. Scripting languages are often used to do repetitive, tedious work at a rate and with an accuracy that far surpass what you could accomplish without them. […]

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5 Best Python Libraries for working with HTTP

You’re asking one question: “What makes Python different?” And the short answer is: “lots of things“. The longer answers starts by stating that there’s lots that’s familiar, too. Python is a lot like any other general-purpose programming language, with statements, expressions, operators, functions, modules, methods, and classes. All the usual stuff, really. And then there’s […]