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Hack bootsector and write your own

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  This article is a tutorial on writing your own bootsector. It is a good exercise in understanding how the bootsector works and trying your...

Exploring Sinatra

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  This basic introduction to Sinatra can be used by interested readers as a starting point, from where they can move on to the vast...

DevOps: Using Ansible to deploy Cacti for network monitoring

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  In this third article in the DevOps series, we will install and set up Cacti, a free and open source Web-based network monitoring and...

Developing a React Redux Application Using create-react-app

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  This article explains the development of a React application, using Redux for state management, interfacing with the Express framework for data and using create-react-app...

Ransomware protection for beginners: Tips for keeping hackers at bay

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  When it comes to protecting your work from hackers, the task is getting harder and harder these days as cybercriminals continuously find new ways...

‘A single silver bullet cannot meet all the challenges in the...

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  The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the next big thing in the technology world. But there are some big challenges to be overcome....

Top 10 Operating Systems For Ethical Hackers And Penetration Testers

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A hacker is a highly skilled computer operator who uses bugs and exploits to break into computer systems and networks. An ethical hacker, on...

Top community projects that start with word ‘open’

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There are millions of community-driven open source projects that developed and maintained every day. Ever thought of how many open source projects available starting...

Deep Learning: Making Machines Ready for Complex Tasks

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Deep learning or deep structured learning is a branch of machine learning based on a set of algorithms, which attempt to model high level...

Microsoft’s relationship with red hat will not affect SUSE

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  Microsoft's latest relationship status with Red Hat is the talk of the tech town. While some people are wondering why Red Hat went ahead...