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  1. Plein gré ou pas ça reste hyper dérangeant comme système. Ça veut dire que les attentes académiques nous pousse à taffer 80h+?? Tout ça pour rien hein parce que soyons honnête en école d’ingénieur tu te branle constamment et les 4/5 de ce que tu as appris en prépa ça s’oublie.

  2. C’est dommage que la Fac ait si mauvaise réputation auprès des classes moyennes supérieures et plus. Les raisons me semblent plutôt infondées. Les profs sont pour la plupart des maîtres de conférences, on ne retrouve pas ou peu d’intervenants au CV un peu léger (touss touss certaines écoles très coûteuses). L’apprentissage est étalé sur 5ans et pas sur 2 et propose des cours se rapprochant de la pratique et pas uniquement des matières disons fondamentales. Ça ne me semble pas déconnant pour préparer au métier futur. Enfin quoique à force de réduire les fonds de l’enseignement supérieur public on pourra peut-être bientôt cracher dessus pour des raisons plus que valables et comme pour beaucoup de services publics, on pourra présenter les alternatives privées qui sembleront bien meilleures à juste titre.

  3. C'est simple, si j'allais à la fac je n'irait même pas en cours car j'ai jamais car j'apprendrais rien dans un cours magistral à cause du format

  4. If you were speeding, you're not only an idiot but you make other bike riders look bad. That being said the driver of the car is legally at fault and also an idiot for not reading the speed of your bike.

  5. I’m not the biker, I ride bicycles, it’s more badass

  6. What’s the speed limit? Obviously it’s the guy who turned, but it’s hard to predict travelling speed of someone coming from the opposite direction. They obviously thought they could make it.

  7. On those kind of roads in cities in France it’s 50km/h

  8. Good try! Unfortunately catching an integer overflow in C is a bit more complicated

  9. Mon métier existe parce que d’autres le pratiquent illégalement et sans moi, les informaticiens protègeraient leurs systèmes informatiques en mettant une porte blindée mais en oubliant les murs.

  10. Raaah la musique me rappel trop un truc que je regardais à la télé :(

  11. Ouiiii merci ! Je t'ajouterais 500 karma si je pouvais !

  12. Haha pas de soucis, moi aussi ça a bercé mon enfance. C’était une tuerie

  13. Il y a une volonté d'améliorer cela. Certaines régions prennent conscience du besoin stratégique et l'Etat commence à s'éveiller à cela (vous me direz qu'il serait temps...). Par exemple, un nouveau centre de l'ANSSII va ouvrir à Rennes.

  14. Il y a peut-être une volonté mais il y a clairement un manque de budget. Nous avons la chance d’avoir de très grands chercheurs en cyber en France donc non le vivier est raisonnable :). On est clairement pas au niveau des Américains et des Israéliens mais on est pas à la ramasse. Le problème c’est qu’il y a peu de postes cyber proposés par le gouvernement et c’est payé au lance pierre alors qu’on vous demande de ne pas compter vos heures… Donc il ne faut pas s’attendre à ce que le gouvernement Français soit une pointure dans le domaine.

  15. PrintNightmare is old news. We’re melting down over ProxyShell now.

  16. Do you mean ProxyToken? Because Proxyshell is from April, so older than PrintNightmare. And the scope of PrintNightmare is very interesting because it can be applied to any Windows machine without the patch.

  17. No. The joke was that there’s been so many fucking CVEs this year from MS.

  18. Even the asshole pushing the girl seems to regret it instantly (before white knights intervened). It seems like he didn’t expect her to fall.

  19. Why did you change between second person singular to plural midway in your sentence?

  20. "you" means "tu" (singular) and "vous" (plural) and it's not surprising to see both "tu" and "vous" (for plural and not manners) in the same sentence...

  21. You’re right! I presumed tente was feminine because of the e-ending.

  22. Correct me if I'm wrong but even in english this sentence isn't crystal clear, so the translation let a big room for interpretation. So as many translations as translators.

  23. Je trouve qu'il y a pas mal de commentaires genre "mais ça sert à rien aujourd'hui les machines le font mieux que nous".

  24. Aïe aïe aïe associer le calcul mental à la réflexion c’est une belle extrapolation. Pour avoir eu un parcours universitaire en mathématiques j’en ai connu des bêtes en calcul mental tout au long de mon parcours. Perso j’ai toujours été nul et grâce aux gens comme toi j’étais persuadé d’avoir aucune chance sur le chemin de la science. Mais au fur et à mesure qu’on passait sur des concepts plus abstraits (ça commence dès le collège notamment avec les équations) je me suis rendu compte que les pros du calcul n’étaient pas plus avantagés. Finalement même en arrivant dans un milieu de plus en plus matheux je me retrouvais avec à peu près la même proportion de têtes en calculs mais mis à part leur avantage là dedans ils n’étaient pas meilleurs que les autres. Donc à moins de sortir des études sérieuses plutôt qu’un PDF de cours d’un prof qui déballe cette affirmation de son chapeau disons qu’être bon en calcul mental ça permet d’être bon en calcul mental et on s’arrête là.

  25. You didn't mention it but the fact that in OWASP ZAP you

  26. Even if the vulnerabilities are basic, there are very uncommon. It looks much more like CTF vulnerabilities than vulnerabilities that you can find in the wild. And if you didn’t mention that you had a honeypot that’s normal that they warn you about a weak ssh auth... The experience you made doesn’t seem really relevant.

  27. Thanks man! Your efforts are very appreciated! Hope I get you next time ;) And m very new to this, on a scale 1-10 how much would you rate this substitution encryption? And also in the first try you were pretty near it ended at 146 but not 14 or 66.

  28. First thanks to show us your algorithm. It was a great exercise for me and I will maybe look more in depth when I'll have the time.

  29. Thats very right! I just checked on to vernan and am finding a way to reduce the size of cipher text and defy pattern recognition! Thank you so much my good sir/madam, I was just about to give up on it, being very new to this my efforts felt very petty to myself, but this comment right here of yours has inspired me more than anything, Thank you so much! Have a very Good day!

  30. It's really hard to design a good encryption algorithm. But don't give up if you enjoy it! It's a good exercise. You can also try to tweak already existing algorithms to understand them. Have a good day too!

  31. And here is the french version of the song made by

  32. If you found a vulnerable software just google the name of the software with the version and add "exploit" at the end. If an exploit exists for your product you should find it.

  33. Do you have a link with the details of the mitigations set up by Google?

  34. What are the main differences compare to Amass OWASP?

  35. Could you send me this link? What you're describing seems to be an open redirect vulnerability from the Spotify login portal.

  36. Keep in mind that the website is maintained by the GCHQ, the British equivalent of the NSA. Great for educational purposes but more risky for professional purposes.

  37. I browsed the first page of the sub and it wasn’t so controversial. First comments are relevants and not hateful. Of course they often have a different perspective because it’s their job so they have an inside look but I think it’s interesting to read their opinion to have a better picture of the problem. For example a guy explains that they may have slashed tires because of the event of the car running on protesters just before this. They did it only to cars on the middle of the road. They may have slashed it several times so the tires deflate faster. A clean cut would have been enough but humans do not always choose the best solution especially in the heat of the action. Even if those measures seem a bit extreme it’s already more understandable.

  38. I feel like OWASP Amass could resume a lot of what he does. Not with the same amount of precision but a lot faster.

  39. Those are the eyes of Shan-Yu in Mulan

  40. Your public IP has always been visible by other. When you sent this post to Reddit, you disclosed your IP to Reddit and it is necessary to communicate on the Internet but you can use a middleman as a VPN if you want to hide your public IP from Reddit.

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