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Successfully scrape data from any website with the power of Python
About This BookA hands-on guide to web scraping with real-life problems and solutionsTechniques to download and extract data from complex websitesCreate a number of different web scrapers to extract information
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Learn how to use messaging technologies to build responsive and resilient applications for mobile devices and web browsers. With this hands-on guide, you’ll use the STOMP and MQTT messaging protocols to write iOS and web applications capable of sending and receiving GPS and device sensor data, text messages, and alerts.
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Having control over the websites your kids are visiting and the chat programs they use..Never worry about getting your computer hacked, your credit card information stolen, family photos taken from you and your everyday life put at risk..Having the best online safety systems sat up immediately to protect your business from hackers..
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Most, if not all, of us who use technology are familiar with the concept that we need to protect ourselves online. Cyber security is all about taking meaningful steps to ensure that we do not fall victim to hackers. Many people think that employing adequate cyber security means that they download a free antivirus package every year, which will completely protect them and any data and information on their computers. This antivirus will ensure that no malicious files are never downloaded, that they do not access any websites that could be dangerous, that their identities will never be stolen, and that they are generally perfectly safe online.
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In order to test their security infrastructure, companies are increasingly turning to freelance security researchers to hunt for bugs – glitches in their systems with the potential to be exploited – and paying the ethical professionals who report them for removal.
This quick guide is an attempt to get readers actively hunting for bugs on their own, on real websites – for real money – as soon as possible. With the direct explanations, walkthroughs, and code examples provided in this document, anyone with a smattering of understanding in web technologies can expect to begin productively (and profitably) hunting for security flaws.