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....just a hacker penguin breaking things with littler penguins.
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Ben Hawkes 22h
iOS 10.3.3 fixes CVE-2017-7047. If you’re interested in userspace research on iOS, keep a device on 10.3.2 or below. Tool release next week.
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Programming Wisdom 20h
“Write code as if you had to support it for the rest of your life.” - Yuriy Zubarev
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ep Jul 14
congrats on the graduation! well done my fellow nerd., well done.
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Simone Margaritelli Jul 9
XRay, a tool for recon, mapping and OSINT gathering from public networks. ... now it's open.
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HackerOne Jun 27
Data and insights from 800+ bug bounty programs and nearly 50,000 resolved bugs. Get the
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Nicolas Krassas Jul 7
Heap overflow on Broadcom Wi-Fi chips
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Programming Wisdom May 16
"Code never lies, comments sometimes do." - Ron Jeffries
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Simone Margaritelli Jul 4
If you wanna have some fun, read this thread ... thanks for making the internet a less secure place, we really appreciate it :)
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ep Jul 4
Happy 4th of July, America 🇺🇸🇺🇸
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ep Jul 3
Replying to @BigZaphod
theyll just put it on the back like Android :)
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ep Jul 2
i want a new mobile phone OS…. think i might build one :)
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Nedd Jun 30
- Yep, we just made an inter-dimensional portal with 🌀 cc
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Simone Margaritelli Jul 1
Mapping networks like a pro ...
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ep Jul 1
nice thing about playgrounds is you dont need a device :))
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ep Jul 1
A tool to reorganize your files on the fs to match your Xcode project groups:
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ep Jul 1
Swift 3 is pretty solid, and moving to Swift 4 was simple with Xcode 9 B1. Id suggest using it as well.
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The Mach-O monster Jun 30
Apple does deserve some of the credit for iPhone security but the majority of it goes to the people who hacked it.
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Will Strafach Jun 30
Replying to @osxreverser
first jb was: upload signed ramdisk (which took a command allowing placement of files anywhere on OS) to upload modified fstab for rw 😂
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ep Jun 29
stupid imessage wont activate on the 15″ 2017 MBP
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dustin curtis Jun 29
This is what Android looked like in December 2006, before the iPhone. It was totally unremarkable. They had no idea what they were doing.
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