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93 articles overall. 41 new, 52 updated.
New articles added
- Simple Win32 Virus - Rasool Ahmed
This article is for those who want to start building viruses, who want to understand how viruses work, and who want to build anti-viruses.
- Symbol Inserter - CraigDJ
An application allowing you to enter your top ten symbols without your fingers leaving the keyboard.
- DataSet - A Polymorph Collection - Nagy Vilmos
A set of classes providing a polymorphic data structure.
- Java Thread Tutorial - Arash M. Dehghani
This tutorial contains everything you need to know about basic threading (concurrency) in the Java language, simple and easy. Includes diagrams and code samples for better understanding.
- Redirecting functions in shared ELF libraries - Apriorit Inc, Anthony Shoumikhin
This article gives brief description of ELF libs structure and functioning and also shows how to intercept function calls from one library into another
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- LINQ to CSV - Hisham Abdullah Bin Ateya
LINQ to CSV files.
New Technical Blogs added
- Using CORS in ASP.NET WebAPI Without Being a Rocket Scientist - Rion Williams
This article will discuss the steps necessary to implement and enhance CORS support within ASP.NET WebAPI allowing you to handle CORS Requests at a Global, Controller, or Action level to provide more flexibility when working with possible cross-origin requests.
- Latest jQuery interview questions and answers - jQuery By Example
Below is the list of latest and updated jQuery interview questions and their answers for freshers as well as experienced users. These interview question covers latest version of jQuery which is jQuery 2.0. These interview questions will help you to prepare for the interviews, for quick revision and
- CASCADE in SQL Server with example - vinothharshad
Use the ON DELETE CASCADE option if you want rows deleted in the child table when corresponding rows are deleted in the parent table.
- Types of Secondary Storage Media - JoshuaKissoon
There are several types of secondary storage media used today in the world, each of these can be compared to each other in terms of portability, speed and capacity.
Technical Blogs updated
- Dangers of XSS - CdnSecurityEngineer
I prove everyone who’s ever said XSS isn’t a serious vulnerability wrong.
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