Web Hacking: A drama

Part-One: An arrogant web app.

Once upon a time, there was a web application that would silently stare me down. I knew it was trying to intimidate me with its arrogance and all its lines of code. I could not let these shenanigans continue anymore. I had to do something to put this machine in its place. But what could I possibly do? I did not write any of the code and could not access its server.




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Writer, Web Developer, Hacker, and Family man

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