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OxNinja/README.md

Hello there 👋

French cybersecurity engineering student at ENSIBS.

5 years of profesional experience in Networks & Telecommunications and Cybersecurity.

Web pentester, Android enjoyer, reverse engineering and low-level enthousiast.

CTF player at Fake News.

Socials

Twitter | Blog | HackTheBox


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  1. C-VM Public

    My try to implement a virtual CPU in C

    C

  2. nasm_ Public

    I like to play with assembly

    Assembly

  3. SQLi-lab Public

    An SQL injection playground, from basic to advanced

    PHP 6 2

  4. A dockerized Flask app that lets you visualize nmap scans

    HTML 2 1

  5. docs-maths Public

    Un endroit pour rassembler des connaissances mathématiques oubliées du lycée aux études supérieures

    1

  6. dotfiles Public

    My current dotfiles, will try to update if I change my theme.

    2

439 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
DeviceFarmer/adbkit 1 open
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository

Created an issue in dillonzq/LoveIt that received 3 comments

[BUG] Text color on tweet shortcode (dark mode)

Describe the bug 描述你遇到的错误 (This is not a bug, more an improvement) The color of the text in a twitter shortcode (dark mode) is not very readable Ex…

3 comments
Opened 6 other issues in 6 repositories
TryGhost/node-sqlite3 1 open
tmpout/awesome-elf 1 open
DeviceFarmer/adbkit 1 open
microsoft/playwright 1 closed
dillonzq/LoveIt 1 open
microsoft/playwright-python 1 closed

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