Hack Week 2019

Another week is over, here in ThoughtWorks Barcelona but this time it was different from the others, it was full of new ideas and teams, at the end of it that was even a prize, a winner and a celebration. Are you wondering what’s going on, right?

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Incident Management 101

What’s an incident? What to do in case of an incident? How to be a great incident commander? Are you a good incident responder? This is what I discover during my Incident Management workshop in @ThoughtWorks this week, let’s take a look!

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Hacktoberfest 2018

Last year, as the previous one I partecipated to the Hacktoberfest and of course I received a lot of swag, do you want it too? ~

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Stairway to vim

Today I started to work on a Scala project, I spend most of my time using vim (or in this case neovim) so I started to looking for plugins to write Scala using [neo]vim.

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Opus to Audio

For a tons of personal reasons I don’t use Whatsapp, I prefer Telegram instead but often I need to listen some audio files from Whatsapp that are in OPUS so to listen it I need to convert it, so boring, isn’t it? So I wrote a Telegram’s bot to convert it for me but better.

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Glip

Using more than one device often I need to move some links or some datas from to another one, I need a simple and clean way to do that without logins, emails, codes and hard to remember links so I thought how to solve my problem using golang…

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Go-ofile

The first phase in security assessment is focused on collecting as much information as possible about a target application. One tool to do that is Goofile, it allows to search a specify filetype in a specify domain using Google…

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Go-odbye

One of the worst things that can be happens to a twitter user is surely to be unfollows but how to discover who unfollow you ? To solve this problem I create an ad-hoc offline and commandline tools to do that.

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Hello World, NUCLEO

For academic purposes now I own a NUCLEO-F401RE board by ST Microeletronics, it works with STM32 microcontrollers, it is arduino compatible, supported by MBED, it has 3 leds and 2 pushbuttons on board; Obviously is fully programmable… but how ? Let’s do it!

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ToxiProxy node client

I saw on github a nice tool to test my applications under certain networks and system condition to prove that my tests never fail…

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SmagenBot

I use Telegram, whatsapp alternative messaging application, it contains more features than whatsapp and many benefits, one of these is the possibility to create bots and to try it I decided to make one just for fun.

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The exploit that exploits you

At some point who is interested to become a programmer spend some time on the underground part of the field: the security field, in fact at least one time we played with exploits, bugs and vulnerabilities, at least one time we wanted to be a security professional.

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Unlimited Kiko Coupon

A few weeks ago I saw a Facebook application that allows to get a coupon to receive a “free nail varnish”, it’s very simple and clear: Put a “like”, insert yours data and done, you will receive your coupon and your free nail varnish, but there is a limitation: You can take it only once…. maybe.

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Ostega, steganography using OpenCV libraries

The steganography1 is a technique that allows to “hide” information inside an image or an audio files, it’s a very interesting security field, I can hide “secrets” into an image, pass it to my friend, and he, using a decoder can read what I wrote. Very useful to keep my “secrets” secret; so I wrote a simple C library to hide words into a bitmap images using the OpenCV libraries just for fun and profit…

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