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🐝 Hive Five #5 - "We become what we behold. We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us." ― Marshall McLuhan

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Hi friends,

Greetings from the hive!

I hope you had a good weekend. Mine was fairly exciting, as I joined an awesome project. More on that in the near future I'm sure.

Last week something raw and real happened as my family was met with sadness. One of our pets passed away. An event like that definitely brings perspective and forces reflection. She'll be sorely missed.

I also posted two beelog posts this week 18 Inclusive Communities Worth Joining and Bee Meets World - A Web Journey. Let me know what you think.

Let's end this introduction on a high note. I just found out that one of my friends, that I'd lost contact with, started a podcast. What a small world.

Now that we're all up-to-date, let's start the show!

The Bee's Knees

  • jill wohlner started streaming on Twitch: Jill Wohlner, founder & CEO of underpin, started streaming on Twitch. She's been in the technical recruiting world for over a decade at companies like DigitalOcean, Fastly, Simple, Rackspace and more. She finds immense joy in helping folks find jobs they love.

  • BurntSushi/ripgrep: A recent Tweet about grep reminded me of ripgrep, by Andrew Gallant (BurntSushi), a blazing fast alternative written in Rust. It supports backtracking with the --pcre2 flag.

  • From Bug Bounty to Big Bounty - Lucas Philippe: YesWeHack's tech ambassador BitK explains how to exploit so called "low impact" bugs and maximize the impact. Focusing on (self) XSS, SSRF, and SSTI in Flask.

  • The great SameSite confusion: A great blog post, where Julien Cretel dissects a common misconception about the SameSite cookie attribute, exploring its potential impact on web security.

  • Android Pentesting Part 1 & Part 2: Hacking Simplified shows you how to perform an Android pentest. Part 1 covers architecture, static analysis with apktool, gf, and jadx. Part 2 goes in to detail about insecure logging, storage, setting up Genymotion and pidcat.




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