12 November 2022
In France, refusing to disclose your phone password is now criminal.

The refusal to communicate the unlocking code of a mobile phone can constitute an offence, judges the Court of Cassation. The action was called upon to rule on a drug trafficking case in which a court of appeal had acquitted a suspect who had refused to give the unlock code for his two telephones, despite […]

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28 December 2021
TryHackMe | Advent of Cyber 2021

Hey everyone, the Cyber Advent of 2021 has finally arrived and you may play the game at Tryhackme. So let's open the first day of the advent calendar! The URL to the room is the following: Day 1: Web Exploitation - Save the Gifts You start with the following view : Click on "Your […]

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13 August 2020
Xiaomi MIUI 12: Google Play Store Error DF-DFERH-01 when upgrading

I've recently received an update for my Xiaomi Mi 8, version V12.0.1.0.QEACNXM which packages the new MIUI 12 with all the new visual tweaks and privacy overhauls! MIUI 12 features permissions stats, app behaviour, a nice new control center, dynamic wallpapers and last but not least an APP DRAWER! Wow what has this taking so […]

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2 February 2019
Android Q - Will it be a dessert name this time?

History of Android names: Android 1.1 Petit Four (Februari 2009) Android 1.5 Cupcake (April 2009) Android 1.6 Donut (September 2009) Android 2.0 Eclair (October 2009) Android 2.2 Froyo (May 2010) Android 2.3 Gingerbread (December 2010) Android 3.0 Honeycomb (February 2011) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (October 2011) Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (July 2012) Android 4.4 […]

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3 January 2019
Zerocopy 2.0 - the updated version

It has been a while that I've made a post about, the free printing service where people can make use of in return for accepting advertisement placements on their prints. Now as it has been such a long time, the service has been updated as well as the application itself. After that you've dropped […]

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17 August 2017
Why I love Pivx?

PIVX — The Future’s Freedom Currency Where many other cryptocurrencies lack the sense of a community spirit, PivX has done it the right way. I love how they let you participate in, as it is the most stable cryptocurrency I have known. PivX is one of my favorites, it's blazingly fast, it's quite cheap and has enormous […]

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23 April 2016
Zerocopy, why do you still pay to print documents as a student?

Zerocopy is a Belgian firm which hasn't stolen its name; their slogan is indeed print your document for free. Who can print for free?  Any student can signup on without any hassle.  You can signup via mail or Facebook. You start with 50 prints a week, which saves you about 2€ a week printing documents […]

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5 April 2016
Stored Xss on

Boxify is a new Belgian startup, a solution to storage rooms for individuals and businesses as well. They call their service a new era of intelligent storage solutions. And it honestly somehow is a new era of storage solutions. What Boxify does is they will send you the required amount of boxes, you'll need to […]

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18 March 2016
Stored Xss ability on Proximus BBOX3

Proximus, which formerly known as Belgacom, is a Belgian telecommunications company which offers fixed line solutions and mobile communications solutions The XSS-itself: You could insert a malicious script as a description in a new port map; this wasn’t filtered or validated by the system.  If the user loads the port mapping option or port mapping tab, […]

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3 March 2016
Baron Fig's Confidant Notebook Review

Briefly, let's go over the specs. The Confidant comes with two colors: Flagship Gray or Charcoal. You have one option, and that's the paper type: blank, ruled or dot grid. First impression: The packaging looks very cool, and the case is gift-ready. After opening the packaging, I, at least, want to expect the same quality and looks like the […]

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