How to get the version of any Wordpress website

How to get the version of any Wordpress website
Have you ever wondered how many percentage of the whole internet is built with Wordpress ? 5% ? 10 % ? It is hard to find a proper number because of how deep the internet is, but we can approximate it : Between 30% and 40% ! The more popular a framework/application/OS is, the more attractive it is to attackers. Moreover, Wordpress became more and more complex and modular (with an increasing variety of plugins) which means the attack surface is getting wider.
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A simple Flask API example of NBA players

A simple Flask API example of NBA players
In my previous post, I explained how to start a Flask project into Visual Code. It is time to experiment the Flask framework by creating a very simple API. As an example, let’s say we want to implement a NBA players API. The data # We don’t want to bother with a database for this example so we will use a simple JSON object. This JSON object will include all players with their attributes : firstname, lastname, nickname and an ID :
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How to Start a Flask Project Using Visual Studio Code

How to Start a Flask Project Using Visual Studio Code
Flask is a Python web micro-framework. “Micro” because it doesn’t require any particular tools or libraries. Flask main objective is to keep a simple but extensible core. There is no database abstraction feature, no authentication, no cookie manager … because a lot of extensions already did it well ! So, at the opposite of an all-in-one framework such as Django, you can do whatever you want with Flask but nothing more.
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