In this post, I will look at the abundance of forensic artefacts which can be collected from Microsoft Teams Client on Windows Desktops.
In this post, I will look at the abundance of forensic artefacts which can be collected from Signal on Windows Desktops.
In this blog post, I will have a look at freely available APIs for searching flight tickets.
In this post, I will look at the abundance of forensic artefacts which can be collected from Viber on Windows Desktop.
In this post I will explain how I used a Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU rented from Google Cloud Platform to crack NTLM hashes using hashcat and John the Ripper at blazing speeds.
In this post I will present an API Documentation of the РЖД I had documented over at Postmans documenter and give an example how Python can be used to query data about Russian Railways.
An introduction to a set of LaTeX templates I had created as part of my graduate course at Abertay University.
For my personal side project travelhackingtool.com, which is an aviation database and API, containing thousands of airports, I was looking for an easy way and automated to create Hugo Posts for my airports based on the data of the API.
The sooner or later when you start your own flight search, flight scraping or travel hacking project (such as my hidden city search), you’ll realize that you need accurate information about airports, their IATA codes and location.
I recently started playing around with web scraping for one of my data mining projects.