Monthly Archives: May 2016

Trivial over the network with Docker and Python

Ïn MundoHackerDay one of the miscellaneous challenges that we proposed was a little trivial where the players should obtain a certain number of correct answers to get the flag. This idea surged from the trivial on the Pragyan CTF where … Continue reading

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How to install Kali Nethunter on Nexus and OnePlusOne

After getting back from Mundo Hacker Day 2016 is now the turn to continue with the blog, thanks to the guys from StackOverFlow who lent me a OnePlusOne (aka OPO) I had the chance to play a little with the … Continue reading

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Docker, a “little” introduction

Lately I have being playing a lot with Docker, whatsoever, this blog is running on it, but What is Docker? Docker is a software that allow us to run containers (think of them as VM’s for the moment) in a … Continue reading

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