How I Hacked Hundreds of Companies through Their Helpdesk
Many companies allow access to their private resources on a third party tool when signing up with company email. A common feature on many SaaS application is allow email forwarding from their domain to your account. Now, you suddenly have an email with that company’s domain.
Email Security and Anti-spoofing
This guide is intended to help you secure your organization’s email in two distinct ways: protecting email content and to prevent faking sender addresses.
Floating Point Visually Explained
Floating point number sometimes cause interesting bugs. Example: 0.1 * 0.2 may yield 0.020000000000000004 instead of 0.02. So let’s learn how they are organized and stored.
SQL is beating NoSQL
After years of being left for dead, SQL today is making a comeback. How come? And what effect will this have on the data community?
Visualizing Your Ruby Heap
How does Ruby store data on heap? What does it look like when we draw them out? In this article, Aaron shares a program to visualize the layout and fragment of a Ruby heap dump.
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