Codez Are Up

This is a quick announcement just to let you know that our codes are now getting synced at code.gnucitizen.org, which is basically a file browser interface to the source repositories.

The reason we had to come up with something like this is because most of our projects are dispersed across several Google Code repositories, personal SVNs and many other places. We have started so many ideas in the past that now it is hard to keep track of everything. [...]

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Bring Back the Attack to the API

A couple of years ago I started a project called AttackAPI. It kind of became a hit at the time because there was no other project that was doing the same thing. Btw, the situation remains the same.

Today the project is kind of dead because I am not actively developing it anymore. Most of my development time go to projects of greater importance such as Netsecurify, Websecurify, Blogsecurify and several others. [...]

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6000 Members on HoH

Just a couple of months ago, we started HoH as one of our social experiments. Initially the network was composed of just about 10-15 people and there was nothing fancy about it. We didn’t even have a domain although we promised to ourselves that if we reach 1000 members we will certainly look into buying a domain and also investing into other resources.

Amazingly, we reached the 1000 cap quite rapidly and today the HoH network is just over 6000 members. [...]

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