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The previous parts of my Spring MVC Test tutorial described how you we can write unit tests for a Spring MVC REST API when the system under test returns the information of a single item or returns a list. In other words, now we know how we can write unit tests for Spring MVC controllers […] Related StoriesWriting Unit Tests for a Spring MVC REST API: Returning a ListWriting Unit Tests for a Spring MVC REST API: Returning a Single ItemWriting Unit Tests for a Spring MVC REST API: Configuration
Best practices from 10 years as a remote designer. The post Best Practices for Remote Teams: 12 Principles to Guide Your Everyday Work appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
If in the past the trend designers used to follow was packing sites with flashy illustrations and animations with the purpose of amazing the visitors, nowadays the trend shifted to a more minimalist and clean approach, and that is how the flat design trend has emerged. Flat design opposes cluttered design techniques and it is […] The post 20 Free Flat UI Design Resources appeared first on Line25.
Recently, I was thinking about the 1987 movie "Wall Street" and more specifically Michael Douglas' character, Gordon Gekko. At the time, the 20-year-old version of me who saw the film the night it was released was focused on his college education. I was trying to absorb as much as possible in hopes to extract some educational advantage that could be applied to my Bachelor's degree. I will always remember Gordon Gekko's quote: "The most valuable commodity I know of is information."
On the Checkpoint Research blog there's a recent post covering the recent critical Drupal bug, a.k.a. Drupalgeddon 2, and providing a deeper look into the bug and how the exploit worked. Two weeks ago, a highly critical (21/25 NIST rank) vulnerability, nicknamed Drupalgeddon 2 (SA-CORE-2018-002 / CVE-2018-7600), was disclosed by the Drupal security team. This vulnerability allowed an unauthenticated attacker to perform remote code execution on default or common Drupal installations. [...] Until now details of the vulnerability were not available to the public, however, Check Point Research can now expand upon this vulnerability and reveal exactly how it works. The post covers the basic issue, a lack of input sanitization on Form API requests, and what versions it existed in. It then dives into the technical details, showing a proof of concept for the exploit and how an attacker might locate a place in the application to use it. It also looks behind the scenes at the code that handles the request and shows where the issue lies. The post ends with a look at "weaponizing" the exploit and executing whatever code you'd like on the server.
Sometimes, we all feel paralyzed. It can happen out of the blue. A few moments ago you were flooded with ideas, and the day wasn’t long enough to realize them all. But then, without a warning, nothing worked anymore. However, sometimes, it’s a silent process, enclosing you slowly but surely. Then, it becomes incredibly difficult to think of something useful and to be creative and productive. Don’t worry; there are ways to keep creativity killers under control. Read on; I’ll show you some today. 1 – The Monotony We are the sum of our experiences. In many situations, the way we think about things determines what kind of life we live. But exactly this way of thinking causes problems easily, as many people live in a total work monotony. They always sit in the same place, and always execute the same tasks. This can easily wear you down. Bring Variety to Your Life Fueling creativity and positive thoughts are pretty simple when the following things are possible: Just do things that you usually never do. Search for a different room to work in. Check the chances of working in an entirely different place. Brian Gardner, the creator of the Genesis […]
Why should you spend money on a screenshot program when one of the best of its kind, ShareX, is available for free? However, you have to be a Windows user to enjoy it. ShareX Creates [...]
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