Tag: python

Metasploitable Walkthrough Part 2. – VSFTPD

It’s been over a year since I’ve done something security-related and today I’m continuing the series about the Metasploitable project. The last part was reconnaissance, where I showed multiple vulnerabilities found on the machine. One of them was related to the VSFTPD. Today I’ll just script the attack. What is VSFTPD Vulnerable to? There’s a […]

AWS Lambda in Pycharm

I’m back to life and here’s some tasty article on something I’ve recently learnt. Unfortunately, this is again on 2 very specific commercial solutions instead of general purpose programming. And another one on AWS. Maybe I’ll come up with an article on signal handling in operating systems. Anyway, here are some tips and trick on […]

How to Manage Project Dependencies with GitLab – Part 2.

In the previous post I’ve talked about creating and installing own Python packages using GitLab’s tools. Today I’d like to focus a bit more on the topic and show how you can make this process even better. We’re going to use GitLab’s CI to build the PyPi packages automatically. Problems Let’s imagine an average Cathy, […]

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