Hey there, I'm Krypton! (Coming from the Krypton element 36 ) I'm a small developer, competitive shooter and wannabe security researcher. I like computers (surprised?) and anything related to cyber security, especially reverse engineering and networking.
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Generating unique IDs with the Snowflake algorithm
We always use unique IDs, the Snowflake algorithm was made by Twitter, and is amazing to generate unique IDs.
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What is Go?
I loved Go whenever I started learning and using it properly. It's an amazing language.
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What is ARP Spoofing?
The ARP protocol is really useful on its own, but it can be used maliciously.
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Bitwise flags are amazing, and you should use them
Bitwise flags will help you in quite some situations, and will help you reorganize your database.
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