5 crucial tips how to survive riding a motorbike/scooter in Thailand (2019)

Posted on in Traveling • Tagged with Thailand, Scooter, Motorbike, Koh Phangan, Ko Tao, Krabi, Koh Lanta

Thailand is the second most deadly country when it comes to traffic accidents. 80% of all deaths originate from people driving motorbikes. In this blog post, I try to share my experiences in the form of 5 survival tips in a honest way. I drove a scooter on 4 distinct tourist destinations in Thailand without a proper license and wasn't caught in a police checkpoint a single time.

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4 reasons why you should NOT travel to Koh Phi Phi

Posted on in Traveling • Tagged with Thailand, Koh-Phi-Phi

In this quick blog post I outline why you probably don't want to go to Koh Phi Phi.

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Model Based fuzzing of the WPA3 Dragonfly Handshake

Posted on in Security • Tagged with WPA3, Dragonfly, SAE, Fuzzing, libFuzzer, Greybox Fuzzing

The results of my Master thesis named Model based fuzzing of the WPA3 Dragonfly handshake will be quickly discussed in this blog post. No severe vulnerabilities were discovered, mostly due to the limited deployment of WPA3 hardware since it's introduction. However, a DoS vulnerability in iwd was found.

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Review of the Koh Phangan Full Moon Party in Octobre 2019

Posted on in Traveling • Tagged with Thailand, Koh Phangan, Full Moon Party, Jungle Party, Jungle Experience, Goodtime Backpackers

Travel experiences during the days of the full moon party in Koh Phangan. The Jungle Experience Party is a huge scam, the Waterfall Party on Koh Phangan might be even worse.

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Battling incomplete information: Connect market demand with market supply by Google advertisement scraping and lead crawling

Posted on in Scraping, Crawling • Tagged with puppeteer, web scraping, headless chrome, marketing

In this blog post, it is explained how a lack of perfect information about the market allows the clever middleman to connect market supply with market demand by advertisement scrawping and lead crawling.

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Scraping 1 million keywords on the Google Search Engine

Posted on in Scraping • Tagged with puppeteer, web scraping, headless chrome, 1 million, queue, architecture

Scraping one million keywords is not a easy task. There are proxy problems, big data problems and reliability issues. In this blog post, the most valuable insights are shared.

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