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In this post, we will look at four different ways to create files in Java. Creating files in Java is easy. All we need to do is import the relevant package in our class file and use relevant methods. The... Read More »

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In this post, we will show how to use gov.uk notify API to fetch emails in Scala during performance testing with Gatling. Notify API provides different clients such as Java, C#, Python, etc. but not Scala. Gatling uses Scala as... Read More »

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This blog post is an introduction to Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking. We’ll cover the basics of Pen testing and explain why penetration testing is important to organizations. We will also cover the stages of penetration testing and explain what... Read More »

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SCP (Secure Copy) and Rsync are two commands that can be used in transferring files between two machines. For example, we can copy a file or directory from local to remote or from remote to local systems. When using scp... Read More »

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Generating random numbers in Java is a common task. For example, you might want to execute tests with random values each time. In this post, we look at different ways we can generate random numbers in Java. Random Number Generation... Read More »

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There are a number of ways to convert a Java Map into JSON. It is quite common to convert Java Arrays and Maps into JSON and vice versa. In this post, we look at 3 different examples to convert Java... Read More »

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Reversing a string is one of the most frequently asked questions in a Java technical interview. The Interviewers may ask you to write different ways to reverse a string, or they may ask you to reverse a string without using in-built... Read More »

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Confidentiality, integrity, and availability, often known as the CIA triad, are the building blocks of information security. Any attack on an information system will compromise one, two, or all three of these components. Based on which of these components is being... Read More »

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What is the purpose of toString() method in Java? If we want to represent an object of a class as a String, then we can use the toString() method which returns a textual representation of the object. When you print an... Read More »

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This post serves as a quick reference guide for Gatling tool for performance testing. Previously, we saw how to organize your Gatling project in a logical and easy to understand structure. In this post, we look at some examples and... Read More »

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