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Important Programming Languages for Hackers Sabarinath     How To Prank Your Friends With These Simple VBScript Codings TechPrep – A Website From Facebook Helps To Start Your Programming Careers True situations of a programmer’s or developer’s life A fter discussing about  top 15 operating systems for hackers , today we are here before you to give some information about important programming languages for hackers. Since programming is essential for hacking because a hacker is someone who breaks a protocol or an application security which is programmed in a certain programming language and to hack an application a hacker needs to understand the logic of that app, find flaw and the exploit it. So a hacker must learn a couple of programming languages to complete his task. So checkout the important programming languages for hackers and where to apply it. Also Read :  Meet Codie – Rolling Robot Toy That Teaches Kids Progamming Concepts Programming Language
5 Things to do before dual booting Linux with Windows  by  Sabarinath How To Dual Boot Kali Linux v2016.2 With Windows 10 How To Uninstall Linux Or Windows From Dual Boot System Do you know why real hackers prefer Linux distro over other OS We love Linux but most of us want to keep our Windows too. So usually we go for dual booting Linux with Windows to resolve that problem. But if you are an absolute beginner you could have a lot of doubts about dual booting Linux with Windows. Majority of novice users face some after installation trouble — missing GRUB, GRUB rescue,brick system — while they try to dual boot Linux with Windows. This usually happens because they forget to do some essential settings before dual dual booting Linux. In this article we are going to list 5 such important things you have to do before dual booting Linux with Windows. 5 Things to do before dual booting Linux with Windows 1.  Disable Secure Boot  : This is the most impor
Metamaterials After another news story about a “Harry Potter invisibility cloak”, we take a look at the science behind metamaterials. Science Invisibility has long been employed in works of science fiction and fantasy, from “cloaking devices” on spaceships in the various  Star Trek  series to Harry Potter’s magic cloak. But physicists are beginning to think they can actually make devices with just these properties. To achieve the feat of “cloaking” an object, they have developed what are known as “metamaterials”, some of which can bend electromagnetic radiation, such as light, around an object, giving the appearance that it isn’t there at all. The first examples only worked with long-wavelength radiation such as microwaves. One small device that made small objects invisible to near-infrared radiation and worked in three dimensions was  unveiled  by physicists from the UK and Germany earlier this year. Its creators claimed there was nothing stopping them from scaling t