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How to print all rejections in NodeJS
How to print all rejections in NodeJS

Did you forget to print error on rejection, in a huge project and are now having issues debugging it? I wrote a snippet of code to solve that.

Why argv sucks for users
Why argv sucks for users

There are some conventions and patterns that are part of so much software we are never getting rid of them. One of those conventions defines how we pass arguments to applications.

Do not run chrome from your app!
Do not run chrome from your app!

This is example how your user can be hacked if you misuse chromium to open web links.

Daily security tips 3: Open Ports

Imagine each and every port that is open on your computer as a potential door to your computer, for malicious person.

Daily security tips 2: DNS

When you open your web browser and type pornhub.com into your address bar, what happens in most networks is, your PC asks your router: “Hey, router, what is the address of pornhub.com? “ In case your router knows the address, it will send the response to you. If it does not know, it will ask your ISPs DNS server.

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How to print all rejections in NodeJS
How to print all rejections in NodeJS

Did you forget to print error on rejection, in a huge project and are now having issues debugging it? I wrote a snippet of code to solve that.

Why argv sucks for users
Why argv sucks for users

There are some conventions and patterns that are part of so much software we are never getting rid of them. One of those conventions defines how we pass arguments to applications.

Do not run chrome from your app!
Do not run chrome from your app!

This is example how your user can be hacked if you misuse chromium to open web links.