« Last post by M1lak0 on Yesterday at 07:21:44 pm »
If this is possible then we can create a multi platform application!
And I'm going to be honest with you: maybe you should stop switching languages so much?I know. It's a disease. For real though, I'm sticking with Ruby. Fortunately you are correct I do understand the basics of imperative programming so that should help. It's just really hard learning by looking at code examples and trying your best not to accidentally copy the code. I find myself inevitably doing that too much, since I don't understand how to do something, and I want to see examples on how it's done. Sure I could type it in myself and adapt it to make it mine, but in the end, if I don't know how to do it already I'm essentially just copying there code and changing some variables and whatnot.
Ergh, your last post was 3 months back. So a shitload of members have exceeded your status Welcome back.Ah well. Quality over Quantity I guess
You'll have to be more specific about your question here. Do you want to know about attacks like HTTP Response Splitting? If so check out https://www.owasp.org/index.php/HTTP_Response_Splitting . In fact, check out OWASP for anything web app hacking related and you'll often get a plethora of info
Here's some detailed examples.I hope this helps?