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– Online compilers are a handy tool to save time and resources for coders, and are freely available for a variety of programming languages. They are useful for learning a new language and developing simple programs, such as the ubiquitous “Hello World” exercise. I often use online compilers when I am … See Full Article
– The “MoneroV” coin is an impending unofficial fork of the Monero blockchain with many “red flag” characteristics that have alarmed the Monero community. Many users are wondering: could the MoneroV fork be a scam project? This article discusses risks for individuals claiming MoneroV, and describes … See Full Article
– In recent years, Apple has been heavily criticized for the security implications of their market centralization and policy of irreversible operating system updates. Mobile device users are strongly pressured to install packaged iOS upgrades that cannot be rolled back. While this practice greatly … See Full Article
– How Envato managed two critical vulnerabilities discovered by me TLDR; Envato devs had not developed a strong filter in order to avoid any XSS Attack, and I noticed that I could perform a XSS Injection. I have contacted Envato and, after some investigations, they have discovered that my … See Full Article
– Hello world, I am SerHack, I am a developer, a security researcher and writer, I mostly write about software backend and a security researcher. I am from Italy where the security of citizens data is not seen as a priority. When I started looking to the world of development, I was like 12 years old. … See Full Article