10 Tips to Junior Programmers: Advice from a self-taught Programmer

I have been mentoring new hires for some time now and the most common question that has been asked of me was “What are some of your advice to programmers that are just starting out?” So I realize that It is time I share some. Over time, I managed to… Read More!

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MFRC522 RFID Read and Write Data in Specific RFID Block

In this tutorial, we will learn how to read and write data to a specific RFID block using MFRC522 and Arduino. If you are storing a person’s first name and surname, then this tutorial is what you are looking for. You can also read the data stored in ID by… Read More!

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Create a BadUSB Rubber Ducky using Arduino

Rubber Ducky is the most popular tool to inject keystrokes on a victim’s computer at lightning speed. Masked as a regular USB device, Rubber Ducky acts like a keyboard (Human Interface Device) and automates key presses. It executes command upon plugging in the USB device. It is very effective because,… Read More!

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Social Media Phishing with Captive Portal using NodeMcu

Phishing is a criminal act of deceiving other people into sharing their sensitive information like credit card numbers or account credentials. Usually, it is carried out by sending victims fake URLs which imitates a legitimate website such as social media accounts, bank login pages and more. In this demonstration, we… Read More!

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How a new hire Programmer gained Confidence at work

It has been months since I started my work in the company and we had new hires coming in. In the first week of work, they often contemplate what their value was because they have not accomplished something yet. It is prevalent in today’s workforce. I was once in their… Read More!

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Your mistake does not define who you are as a Developer

I was new at work and I have introduced a bug in production which took time to fix. I have made a silly mistake in removing a line of code which causes not sync data in production. It was later found after 3 months. It is kinda depressing to see… Read More!

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Scan WordPress site Vulnerabilities using WPScan

WPScan is a tool we can use to scan the WordPress websites for security flaws. It is free for non-commercial use. It is important to scan your WordPress website for vulnerabilities because we do not want to lose countless hours of work writing blog posts. In this tutorial, we only… Read More!

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Find target Internet activity across Social Networks using Sherlock

When gathering our target internet activity on the internet, Sherlock is a great tool we can easily use to collect opensource intelligence (data that are produced from publicly available information). The downside of open-source intelligence, whilst can be used by security professionals, so does threat actors. With a single clue,… Read More!

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