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>Beginner Roadmap and Guide
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap
[YouTube] Web Development In 2020 - A Practical Guide (embed)

>Free beginner resources to get started with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good starting point to learn about webdev fundamentals
https://javascript.info/ - quite a good JS tutorial according to many posts
https://www.freecodecamp.org - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, React, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
https://www.theodinproject.com - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, Ruby on Rails, and SQL

https://fullstackopen.com/en/ - requires you to have basic web dev, db and git knowledge

>List of PHP resources
https://pastebin.com/gfBPg24A (embed) (lots of stuff, should be re-checked and trimmed maybe?)


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>>74814601
thanks for the link my dude
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>>74814633
what do you use?
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>>74814734
Html, css and php.

I'm fairly new to web dev, and spent a lit of time learning the above. PHP is taking a long time for me to learn but i'm getting there. Once I have PHP down i'm going to start learning js and react.

If it wasn't for the fact that all hots I know of don't have node.js installed on their shared hosting servers I would of learned it earlier. Fuck paying £50 a month for a vps just so I can host a site built with js.
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>>74810955
is it that hard to not break a YT link OP?
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>>74814730
yeah np, it's hard to find intro books that cater to people with previous programming exp, and i think this is a good example of an intro book that doesn't treat you like it's your first exposure to programming and your iq is less than 100. the pace has been perfect for me so far, good exercises and a few project chapters as well

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based or cringe?
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>>74814046
OP obviously meant "based oN cringe?", and mistyped it.
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>>74813730
just werks

(if you use a system76 device)
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It's Ubuntu minus the Amazon and Snap bullshit, basically. I'm generally not a big fan of downstream-of-downstream distros, but for a new user it's not bad. The name is kind of cringe, though.

>>74813928
That's true of all distros.
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>>74814286
wrong some distros have different things like package management.
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>>74813730
the best for new linux users
better than ubuntu
it just works and doesn't have shitware like amazon and snaps by default
better battery life
gnome theme looks good
good prime integration
easy encryption in the insatlled

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Safe Rust code segfaults!
NO NO NO NO NO!
They told me this is impossible!
Rust bros lied to me!
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>>74814530
>I wouldn't call it a GC
>I have never heard that term before
Ignorance is not an argument. Get the fuck out.
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>>74814566
Do you have any sources besides a single blog post claiming that what Rust does is "static garbage collection"?
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>>74814530
>MO this concept is flawed, garbage collection is inherently dynamic. Just like real life garbage collectors,
Hmm, idk. Real life garbage collection happens on a fixed schedule.
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>>74814770 (cont)
References
https://www.bing.com/search?q=compile+time+garbage+collection
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>>74814274
Thread safety can be solved with STM. Unlike rust's half baked solutions, that doesn't need a borrow checker.
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>>74814314
That sounds like it's going to work only on the simplest of programs. I could be wrong, but rust doesn't do anything smartly IMH0. Clean your unused data structures or the memory's gonna leak.

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Where do i find dank software engineer cover letters that i can copy and paste?
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>>74814176
male and female autistic sypmtoms are different
female autists perform "Masking" of behavior in front of other people
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>>74810390
No, she's 15 in the video but 16 now.
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>>74811730
>Hello HR person
Wow, not a single line you said was anything that even hinted that you knew what you were doing.

Foremost, you write the letter as you would a letter to a stranger, because you are. In terms of writing, "hello" is a warm, but very informal greeting. Personally, I only use "hello" in letter greetings for emails when it's a chain beyond the first couple replies, or if it's a recruiter where I can't know whom might pick up my application.
Please, for the love of God, use "Dear (...)" for your opening.

Second, addressing it for the HR department in general is absolute shit. ABSOLUTE. SHIT. For a large company, you aren't as likely to get the hiring manager on your first guess, but then comes your options. Foremost, LinkedIn the company.

If it's a recruiting/consulting firm, your search ends here.

If it has a single location, there will likely be someone listed for a role such as "software development team lead" or "head software developer" or the like.
>But I don't have any connections, so it just says LinkedIn member!
Make a note to build a network of people on that website later, but we don't need it - we only need the name of the role for now.
PROTIP: LinkedIn will hide the name of the person from your searches when you're logged in, but if you search for the role's name along with "LinkedIn" and the company, you can often find that person's profile from the results there. Just use a browser/session which you aren't logged in.

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2/2
Calling in gives you the unexpected edge of leaving a first impression on the company without the pressure of an interview, but note that if the company's small enough, there's a chance that you'll end up speaking to an HR rep whom would have sat in the interview anyway, so still try to maintain a calm, somewhat professional attitude.

>But if you call around you're a sperg!
It's leagues better than addressing it "dear hiring manager," since it shows you're willing to do your homework.Briefly explain, though, that you tried searching online for the name of the name of the person, and just wanted to confirm the name.

Note that I said to do this for small companies without any real online presence, and with large companies with more than one location, since the hiring manager might be lost in the noise of the other company's employees. Note, though, that often on LinkedIn if you do a little detective work, you can find some people who might reside in the area you're applying to (speaking geographically), eliminating the need for a phone conversation.

If all of this fails, THEN you use the head of the department. This is more of a last-resort thing, since if the company is large enough (talking Fortune 500 type of 'large enough'), the department head will be too busy to go down for a half-hour+ interview.

Note how much of what I'm saying is attached to conditions like "if the company is large." That's because a lot of this shit varies from company to company, and you really should do research on the location enough to discern which parts of this advice apply to it.

Lastly, TRAPS ARE GAY.
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>>74814670
>but if you search for the role's name along with "LinkedIn" and the company
Adendum, I mean search on Google/Bing/whatever

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>>74812706
Keep puffing that crack pipe
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>>74794685
FX wasn't the most powerful but that loud ass fucking stock cooler was amazing for a boxed cooler, Intel take notes... oh wait they don't give you a stock cooler anymore cause their chips run too hot, lel.
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>>74812446
>the moment Intel achieves core count parity they flat out murder their AMD
There's more to it than that. AMD tried moar cores with FX and the result was a house fire. With Ryzen AMD not only nailed IPC and core counts, they nailed the efficiency. Even if Intel is able to shove 64 cores onto a CPU on 14nm, it's never going to be able to match Ryzen because Core doesn't have the efficiency. The cores won't be able to reach the same clock speed due to heat. Intel needs a new architecture.
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>>74807556
>>74807525
>>74811114
>>74805902

I had a cheapo AM3 AsRock 880GM-LE and it worked with 8GB sticks without any hassle even though it officially supported only up to 4GB sticks.

Also it's worth noting how it was a cheap low-end 2 ram slot board, no VRM cooling or anything and I still had on it a Phenom II x6 (960T with unlocked cores) with 16GB RAM running without any issues. AM3 was truly a great platform.

So yeah, AM3 DID support 8GB sticks, even if unofficially.
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>>74812878
I can hear this picture...

Eternal Friendship edition

This thread is for the discussion of portable media players and in-ear monitors.

•Why use a PMP instead of a phone?
>better DAC
>more output power so it can drive high-end headphones
>smaller sizes than phones for activities like exercise
>physical buttons
>headphone jacks
>some people can't use smartphone at work, and some people use dumbphones

Useful Guides/Notes:
• Reminder to use Rockbox DEV builds when available:
https://build.rockbox.org/

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>>74809459
>Try bending the two pins inwards GENTLY w/ pliers and insert as is, dont do it too hard just a little bit and dont take your cable in and out as much. Works great for me w/ iems or cables that use 2 pin and are not as tight as I would want them to be in.
they seem a little bit tighter now, thanks
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>>74811502
Bomaker SiFi shits on AirPods sound quality while being small and having good battery life, at a fraction of the price. You don't get active noise canceling though.
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well basically im looking for something to listen music and play games, low profile, economic (30 dollars cause i dont have work and i live in a shit hole) and good audio, so i think in 2 options
Headphones: Sennheiser hd206 or Koss KSC75
In ear: KZ zs10 pro
What shoul i buy? Pls help
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>>74813226
Penon bs1 are great, I highly recommend them.
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how much of an improvement are the dirt cheap KZ ATE over the buds that come w an iPhone? asking for a friend

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Superior Ergonomics Edition

>Keyboard recommendation template
https://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG
>Where to buy keyboards (2015)
https://pastebin.com/8Yku80VL
>/mkg/ FAQs
https://pastebin.com/M5w7QtKp

Also how to generate those openscad models?
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>>74813072
What do you mean? A gh60 is readily available on aliexpress and Tai-hao Miami isn't that hard to get a hold of.
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>>74814064
They're memes lol.

Also sprongs are up
https://www.gboards.ca/product/sprit-springs
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>>74814064
They're cheaper now than getting a YOK clone switch & halo switch yourself. They're certainly much cheaper than before the clones showed up and prices were as high as $4 - $5 per switch on mechmarket.
That said they are actually decent switches. Not $4/switch good but that's not the case anymore. The bump is long and rounded, they sound pretty nice too if you give a shit about that sort of thing.
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>>74814351
I need a bag of slow 63.5g buddy
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>What keyboard do I buy?
> - See the buyer's guide
ok where is the buyer's guide!

Hey /g/
How does one get started with learning "C"
beyond "hello world"?
Just bought this book, What are some programs I should try to make for Windows?

Is it better to program in C in a Linux environment through a VM?
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this
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>>74809921
Unironically this is the best way to learn how to program. It would go over all the essential concepts needed for a low level and in general a competent programmer.

However realistically you're actually better off with learning just Assembly, then picking up the K&R, then you will fully understand how to program in C. People struggle with pointers, understanding the virtual memory layout and even concepts such as recursion by learning C alone at first which are all demystified if you program in Assembly, along with using a debugger. Then continue to learn programming by implementing common data structures and algorithms and along programming challenges in C, you'll have a solid foundation as a programmer, I don't know why this isn't programming 101 in most schools. Real programmers should be asking how and why something works, not rushing to stack overflow and be satisfied with whatever answer that works and new slop they're programming in.
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>>74808412
dude I Know this book gets a lot of praise on here, but please just learn python or javascript.

You dont need to be like the other neets on this board
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>>74813446
C is a good way to start learning how computers work though
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>>74808412
>Is it better to program in C in a Linux environment through a VM?
Use WSL2
Use this book as C exercises learning about OS,Compilers,Compute architecture, computer Networks.

Computer Systems a programmer's perspective 3 edition
Get it on Libgen.is

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What happens to consoles and GPUs from game streaming/cloud gaming? Will both die? I can't see the linux master shilling more people to buy hardware when you can just rent a GPU for way less than buying a desktop or even a console.
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>>74814333
It's not a sink cost if it's a thing you own you absolute retard. It still has value and can be resold. Rent on the other hand is LITERALLY a sunk cost. And I'm not sure what you are trying to imply by asking such a question? Are owning and using a gpu and having a life mutually exclusive things according to you?
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>>74813248
Someday, given the rate things are going, normal people will have completely moved on to cheap hardware running cloud oriented operating systems so locked down that they are reminiscent of the dumb terminals of days of yore. The only people who will own Personal Computers will be hackers and sysadmins. They will have reclaimed them from corporate control.
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>>74814393
So you hardly use it. Might as well buy a house you barely live in and make fun of renters, you fucking idiot.
>>74814473
I don't even see sysadmins owning anything. The hardware will be better in the future but we're moving back to mainframes, which is already what happens when we use the internet, a computer without network access is pretty much useless unless you actually do real work, and in that case you hardly need any good hardware unless you're compiling or doing ML offline in a hurry for some reason. That's what our computers and smart devices are used for anyway.
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>>74814699
>buy a house you barely live in and make fun of renters
That's how real estate works. Makes some people quite a load.
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>>74814699
Why do you keep assuming that I don't use my GPU?

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Do you think at some point you will leave the PC, let the smartphone rot in the drawer and live a life with less electronics every day?
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>>74814592
Well, I can certainly say the lack of electronics makes me less happy.
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>>74814567
depends on what I'm doing and where and how I'm living.
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>>74814567
>let the smartphone rot in the drawer
I can see myself doing this, or only taking the phone out for when I need GPS on a long trip. But even then, you can always print out the directions on Mapquest

>leave the PC
Not unless I retire, which kinda sucks. I recently thought about canceling my internet because I spend too much time on it, but then I realized that that's impossible since my work sometimes asks me to do stuff on weekends from home
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electronic screens cause intense nausea and headaches if you abstain for around a month
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>>74814567
how would I make money? by digging ditches? even then id need to pay bills and deal with banks and shit. and I'm sure as hell not going to no movie theater and sit alone in a dark room with strangers, I torrent that shit in my living room tyvm. the hentai they play near me is all dubbed anyway.

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By 2025, 40% of vehicles on American roads will be fully electric vehicles.

By 2030, 50% of the electricity grid will be renewable energy and run by high capacity, high efficiency batteries.

By 2030, using ICE vehicles or fossil fuel based energy would be a massive waste of money because renewable energy will be cheaper, most oil companies and ICE car companies will go bankrupt.

By 2025-2030 it will be 10 times cheaper to simply NOT OWN a vehicle and use an autonomous vehicle service.
Most cars in parking lots would disappear, meaning a lot more land would be available.
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>>74814500
>Technology should make life easier.
Yes and the price of the goods and services we consume will come down as the cost of transportation will radically come down.
Our living standards will dramatically increase in general.
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Wow I can't wait.
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uuhh based


and leftists said capitalism is going to destroy the planet
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>>74814489
And in 1960 by the year 2020, we'll have colonies on the moon

"futurists" are retarded fucktards.

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What was on the whiteboard, /g/?
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>>74793535
> despite...
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>>74794453
fucking faggot

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What are you studying, /g/?

I'm studying Web Development, learning Bootstrap right now
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>>74814724
Nothing, but I’m probably gonna take a look at a ReactJS course
I started programming 5 months ago and got a job in a pretty nice company

You learn as you go and you can’t know everything and neither should you try to learn everything

But if you’re a freelancer it’s slightly different
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>>74814724
bootstrap is deprecated and bloated, use css grid and flex.
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fuck off webshit
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Boring af SQL that I need for a job then scripting in Bash. All I want is to learn Pygame and make vidya
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>>74814745
Found the autistic C developer

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Just did the math and I don't want to be paying $100+ a year for this app. Any decent free alternatives?
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i unironically enjoy using plex as a spotify/youtube music subsstitute.
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>>74812847
>>74812825
newpipe
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>>74813418
this is your brain on communism
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>>74813727
good luck protecting intellectual property without a government
>muh NAP
good luck dealing with niggers and chinks with that
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>>74812825
YouTube + uBlockOrigin

>>74812925
kek'd, I have friends like this

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Last thread: [ >>74743759 ]
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/cyb/erpunk
The alt.cyberpunk FAQ (V5.31) [ ftp://ftp.cybsec.io/pub/Cyberpunk/Docs/FAQ/Alt_Cyberpunk_FAQ_V5_preview31.htm ]
What is cyberpunk?: [ https://pastebin.com/pmn9vzWZ ]
Cyberpunk directory (Communities/IRC and other resources): [ https://pastebin.com/AJYry5NH ]
Cyberpunk media (Recommended cyberpunk fiction): [ https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx ]
The cyberdeck: [ https://pastebin.com/7fE4BVBg ]
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/sec/urity
The /sec/ Career FAQ (V1.13) [ ftp://ftp.cybsec.io/pub/Cyberpunk/Docs/FAQ/sec_FAQ_V1_Preview13.htm ]
"Shit just got real": [ https://pastebin.com/rqrLK6X0 ]
Cybersecurity basics and armory: [ https://pastebin.com/v8Mr2k95 ]
Reference books (PW: ABD52oM8T1fghmY0): [ https://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw ]

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>>74807434
so I tried these step on this site ttcelbe . de and they don't seem to work. Can anyone help?
also feel free to run wild with it yourself.
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Greetings,

VPN has been setup and challenge VM has been selected. It's gonna be a simple for to start with.

If you're interested in participating in the mini CTF there will be 5VMs available. Toss me an email at contact@cybsec.io to get your VPN information and reserve your spot.

Thinking about hosting this Friday or Saturday evening this week (for the states).
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=== /sec/ News:
An ending to the Ring saga?

>Ring Forces 2FA On All Users to Secure Cameras from Hackers
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/ring-forces-2fa-on-all-users-to-secure-cameras-from-hackers/
https://archive.today/qbCSA
>Ring announced today the roll-out of mandatory two-factor authentication (2FA) to all user accounts, as well as the inclusion of additional security and privacy controls over third-party service providers, and the choice to opt-out of personalized advertising.
>Ring users that won't log out and re-login to have 2FA toggled on for their accounts will be alerted when someone logs into their accounts via the login notifications feature added last December.
>Google also forcibly enabled 2FA for all Nest accounts a week ago to block automated credential stuffing and dictionary attacks targeting Nest users.
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>>74812724
exploit-development in general. it still have a few people. I still need to find suitable people to join the group. Already found someone that has specialize in web / browser exploitation like you.
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>>74814705
Is this for fun or commercial


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