The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
Create an highlight octopress plugin
Suppose you’re writing highlight something very important, and something less important that it won’t to you to win the Turing award. And after awhile, you write highlight another piece of...
28 Aug 2012
Lovely tips: string starting with a pattern and timeframe duration like gents
Life is too short to change framework or to learn a new programming language only because there is no a shortcut to print out if a string starts with a...
27 Aug 2012
Use the Nexpose API to add a search by IP functionality in your tools
It’s one of my recurrent thoughts. Tools must expose an API allowing people to customize the tool behaviour to fit their needs. Nexpose it is a commercial tool for vulnerability...
24 Aug 2012
armorize your rack stacktrace for debug purposes
Bugs? They happen. No one on Earth is smart enough to write a 100% bug free piece of code. No matter how good are you, you’re users still will try...
14 Aug 2012
Anti aliasing in ruby attribute assignment and a TDD session
Since a week far away I’m on vacation at Guardavalle Marina, in the very Southern of Italy. Here I’m relaxing trying to fixing up some tool I use as application...
04 Aug 2012
5 excuses you won't tell your self for not practicing TDD
IT world do is a complex world. There are a lot of different people having their own vision of the world, each of them with their own respectable opinion about...
26 Jul 2012
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