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$ cargo run

👋 I'm Caleb.
I am a Christian, father, hacker and runner.
I am passionate about Application Security.
You can find more information at

fn main() {
    let cak = AboutMe {
        name: "Caleb",
        passion: "Application Security",
        roles: vec!["Christian", "father", "hacker", "runner"],
        website: "",

    println!("{:?}", cak);

struct AboutMe<'a> {
    name: &'a str,
    passion: &'a str,
    roles: Vec<&'a str>,
    website: &'a str,

impl fmt::Debug for AboutMe<'_> {
    fn fmt(&self, fmt: &mut fmt::Formatter<'_>) -> fmt::Result {
        let output = format!(
            "👋 I'm {}.\nI am a {} and {}.\nI am passionate about {}.\nYou can find more information at {}.",
            self.roles[..3].join(", "),

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👨‍💻 cak's stars


  1. Secure 🔒 headers for Python web frameworks

    Python 532 19

  2. A Burp Suite Extension to take back your repeater tabs

    Kotlin 49 15

  3. Secure ⚓️ headers and cookies for Node.js web frameworks

    TypeScript 64 1

  4. HackerTracker for iOS using Swift

    Swift 37 8

  5. Multi Tool Subdomain Enumeration

    Python 691 161

  6. OWASP ZAP add-on to help find reflected parameter vulnerabilities

    Kotlin 9 1

313 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to bugcrowd/HUNT, BeezleLabs/, TypeError/secure and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2021

cak has no activity yet for this period.

May 2021

Created 2 commits in 1 repository
28 contributions in private repositories May 14 – May 31

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