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Hi there 👋

🔭 I'm Aju. I'm sophomore CS student from Nepal who is interested in DevSecOps. Apart from Academic, I love helping students to clear doubts on CS. Thanks for dropping by!



🌱 I'v blogged here 2 years ➡️

😀 Here are my recent posts.

Open-source projects

  • VulWebaju : script that automates setting up your pen-testing environment for learning purposes. It helps you to install common vulnerable applications.
  • DjVulweb : upcoming opensource project, Django vulnerable web application based on OWASP Top 10 and guides for Django developer.

💬 Ask me about: System design, Historical places of Nepal, Python, Opensource stuff

  • 🌱 I’m currently exploring.

😀 My Recent tech talks

📫 How to reach me: Linkedin

😄 Pronouns: he/him/his

Fun fact: I love momo 🥟🥟🥟.

If you would like to support my work in writing blog and open-source, maybe consider a donation for me, it would help me to pay my college fee 🥺👉👈.



  1. VulWebaju is a script that automates setting up your pen-testing environment for learning purposes. This script will help you to install common vulnerable applications.

    Shell 22 3

  2. S3Exploits is a script that automates to find out the AWS misconfigured S3 buckets that can lead pentester to exposed many vulnerabilities (XSS, phishing, site deface, many more).

    Shell 10

  3. Opensource todo project where interested opensource people can get mentorship and learn the Django practices.

    Python 10 11

Contribution activity

July 2021

Created 5 repositories
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
1 open
18 contributions in private repositories Jul 2 – Jul 29

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