Really loved doing this flyer commission for an upcoming secret cyber-punk project made by amazing people! 

There will soon be more information about it ;) 

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Amé trabajar en este encargo para un cartel de un naciente y secreto proyecto cyber-punk hecho por personas geniales!

Pronto habrá más información ;)

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I need to get this off my chest even if it probably already has been done : 

Rami Malek is so important. 

He’s a brilliant actor and a handsome fella, but the most resounding part of his Emmy win and of his boom in the TV world in general is : he, a man of color whom very few people knew before Mr. Robot, made a name for himself through a great tv show where he is the lead role. Not a side-kick, not an antagonist, not a white protagonist’s love interest or best friend who helps them through everything then gets killed for dramatic purposes, no : he is the main. freaking. role. Everything revolves around Eliot and this tv show is also fortunately great enough that this representation does not go unnoticed. I am still salty about the fact that they gave the protagonist a Western-sounding name quite clearly to make it more relatable, but baby steps : let’s at least appreciate the fact that this talented, humble, beautiful man of Egyptian descent has managed to land a main role in a perfect show where he is portrayed with extreme depth, where he suffers from mental health issues that are dealt with seriously, where his ethnicity is not conditioning him to any specific single box whatsoever, where he is in short portrayed as a real. person. The more we get people like Rami Malek on the front line, the more the world and the industry in general might actually understand that people of color are just as capable of being relatable and charismatic as anybody else.

I’ll end my rant here. Conclusion is : things can change and they will.
FBI investigating hack of GOP operative’s email

The FBI is investigating the email hacking of a Republican operative who believes she was targeted by allies of Donald Trump in a bizarre online “cat-fishing” scheme.

Communications strategist Cheri Jacobus said agents from the bureau have contacted her twice since last week about the hack, in which she says thousands of incoming emails disappeared from her account, after POLITICO first reported on the breach last month.

Jacobus said the agents planned to contact her service provider for more information on the hack and confer with a Justice Department investigator in the Southern District of New York who is familiar with circumstances surrounding the incident. The FBI has a policy of neither confirming nor denying the existence of investigations.

The inquiry is the latest sign that law enforcement officials are taking election-related cyber-crime seriously. In July, the FBI announced it was investigating a hack of the Democratic National Committee that security analysts believe to be part of a broader cyber-campaign against the American political system being conducted by the Russian government. In August, the FBI announced that voting systems in Illinois and Arizona had been targeted by hackers, an incident also linked to Russia. This month, hackers have leaked emails from the accounts of Colin Powell and White House Staffers.

Read more here

Coding Masterpost

Hey buddies guess what??

I’ve brought you some awesome links that I have for learning how to code, computer science posts, and also various things about hacking. :p


The best free and paid classes on the web. This is my go to site for learning something new.

$40 a month but the courses are top tier. You might find a free trial from microsoft dev essentials…

Free MIT courses with video lectures, notes, and resources!!!

Perhaps the most famous site for learning how to code, this is must have for any aspiring computer scientist, web dev, or programmer. A smooth UI, dozens of courses, APIs, and fun quizzes if you decide to cough up a bit of money. $19 is crazy dirt cheap compared to some $200 courses out there on the web.

Dubbed by its creator as the social network for programmers, TNB is a hotbed of hundreds of video tutorials for programming and computer science, as well as other disciplines like cooking.

Another crazy important site for anyone serious about programming. You can find online terminals, IDEs, and tutorials for almost every popular language out there, from oCaml to lisp

Geared towards children, this is a good introudction to programming thinking and helps a younger audience get into the problem solving mindset.

For users with some coding experience, codewars offers hundreds of challenges in various languages and help them build up their skills. Perfect for intermediate to master programmers.

This site is a bit geared towards new coders, it’s still fun and helps a ton in developing confidence.

Random blog that discusses some concepts regarding computer science. Worth a read if you’re ever lost and wanna just reflect on something.

Both the old and new sites are still up and provide their services for learning IT skills.


What good is a programmer if they can’t make a good resume to show off their skills? With these helpful templates you can impress your potential employer.

I haven’t used this so be cautious. Has a lot of ebooks.

Web development cheat sheet.

Awesome intro to programming with links to projects.

Eli has a blog and also videos for various things.

CCIE book. Not sure if it’s open source. I’ll remove this link if requested.

pay money, learn to code. seems legit.

A forum for Python usrers! There are only a few sections but there are enough posts on here so if you haev a question, it might have already been asked.

Another sweet forum that covers multiple topics.

A really popular forum! Lots of languages and users, dozens of topics.

Another large forum, perfect for any use.

A freaking large factory of forums you will never find the same post twice.

Lots of forums, jobs, and helpful resources all geared towards game development.

The most famous one imo. Be wary friend, don’t let your CS teacher find this in your browser history.

Resources, forums, tutorials, blow yourself out here.

Has some training missions and other stuff. Helps you find projects to work on.

Put your skills to the test against AI or humans.

Like big data? Well this site teaches you Python, the numpy library, and R.

Full of courses for anything.

handy book on progrmaming.


This is one of the BEST websites to learn about security and you can follow tutorials by real hackers and members of the IT field. With a strong community full of experienced authors, you will either flourish by using proper grammar or be mocked for asking “how do i hack gmail??”



Small collection of resources for educating yourself on internet security.

A must read for anyone with a desire to get into IT

Crash course on Command line.

Great if you cannot afford pricy online classes. Instructors know what they are talking about and despite a few poor quality videos, you will be supplied with helpful resources and forums.

One of the better forums out there for learning. Delve into it at your own risk.

ROBLOX hacking, general exploits, or just normal discussions. Roblox helped put me on my path to coding and I love how every day, millions of kids are being taught the ability of coding thanks to its studio.

Lessons, challenges, forums, and resources all bundled in a site to hone your pentest skills.

Like hackthissite, but with a different UI

Read the above

Free pentest tools. Don’t use it for anything wrong.

Hehe..we are in defcon 4..

Capture the Flag learning site. Amazing imo.

Another war games site. You get various challenges that are fun to solve ^.^

Wikipedia but for security.


Compete against IT pros. Git rekt code-bug

Explore this site a bit.

The link kinda gives it away.

Fun little project.

Professional blog that has tutorials and highly detailed information.

Ahh read the above please!

A CTF guide. Pretty well written and has slides. Awesome resources. What else can I say?

Another swell blog.

Woa..another..awesome blog..there are too many to count!

Hey kid? Wanna learn how to hex edit like a b0ss?

Nice little pdf for forensics.

A blog that’s a bit dated but has useful information.

Dated but useful blog.

haven’t tried this yet but it has great reviews.

Search engine for data scientists.

Best sites to learn from.

Awww yiss ebooks

Might run into errors downloading books.

Full books that are virus free.

That’s all for now! Special thanks to everyone who suggested I make this!

Life Hacks Every Lady Should Know

Clever beauty ideas that will make getting dressed quick and easy!

#1 Bobby Pin Storage

It’s sometimes hard to keep bobby pins neatly together, right? Try this idea of storing them in a Tic Tac container. It’s handy especially when traveling!

#2 Slippery Bobby Pins

Do you ever have trouble keeping bobby pin securely tucked in your hair? Spray them with hairspray and your problem is solved.

#3 Scarf Storage

Use shower curtain clips to hang scarves in your closet. Now you’ll see them all easily.

#4 Wire Basket Storage

Save space in drawls by using wire baskets on the inside of doors. Store wardrobe items like purses or any other “easy to access” accessories!

#5 Costume Rings & Jewelry

Avoid green fingers, by painting the inside of your costume rings with clear nail polish. Be careful not to get polish on precious stones.

#6 Bootcut Jeans

Ever wondered how to neatly tuck jeans into knee-high boots? Follow the diagram below!

#7 The Perfect Necklace

Here’s a guide to pick the most flattering necklace for your top’s neckline.

10 Most Useful Life Hacks Ever

A definitive list of life hacks that will actually simplify and improve your everyday life.

#1 Just use any cup or used tin to make it level up.

#2  How to easily transport hanging clothes when moving

#3 I think it’s perfect Idea!

#4 Now you know what really to do!

#5  Prevent bandages from always slipping off

#6  No more frozen veggie avalanches

#7 Now don’t get your paint box or floor dirty with paint anymore.

#8 Now that is what i was searching for..

#9 Folding bed sheets were never easy before.

#10  Fit all your tank tops on a single hanger

14 Life Hacks You Can Actually Use

#1 If you put your phone in airplane mode, it will charge twice as fast. 

#2 he little arrow on your gas gauge is there to tell you what side your gas tank is on.

#3 The best time to buy anything in 2014

#4 How to turn any smartphone camera into a macro lens. (Note: the spelling error is not ours.)

#5 Hate shoulder bumps from hanging sweaters? Do this:

#6 Eat Cheetos or Doritos with chopsticks to keep the dust off your fingers.

#7 G-E-N-I-U-S

#8 Debone your chicken wings like this: Pull the cartilage at the end off, then work out the small bone…

#9 Stop hammering your thumb.

#10 Don’t like hangers but prefer drawers? This is how you should stack your clothes

#11 This is how you organize underneath your sink.

#12 How to cook corn with no mess and no dishes

#13 Awesome smelling bathroom, all the time

#14 Peel a banana by squeezing the bottom and pulling it apart when it cracks.