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Rust is a memory-safe programming language.

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how to resolve initiating errors while running scripts with Rustscan Scripting Engine?

I wrote a one-liner shell script for rustscan which runs gobuster if port 80 is open. I have added the script to /home/$USER/.rustscan_scripts directory. The script looks like: #!/bin/bash #tags=[&...
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How to get gain the knowledge to be a beginner penetration tester on my own? [closed]

I want to apply for a job as a penetration tester in a good company. I have a fairly good knowledge of programming and have experience as a back-end developer. I started to work with Burpsuite, ZAP, ...
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What is the benefit of having a cryptographically secure hash algorithm in hashmaps?

I recently read the Rust language documentation and saw this: By default, HashMap uses a cryptographically secure hashing function that can provide resistance to Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. ...
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Is it worth it to fuzz Rust-written software?

If a program is written in C, then it is worth it to fuzz it with something like afl since it might have memory-related bugs. But how about software written in Rust? Would a fuzzer still find bugs? Or ...
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Would the Cloudbleed have been prevented if Rust was used?

Would the Cloudbleed have been prevented if Rust was used? I know it is not the same as Heartbleed, but Rust would probably have prevented Heartbleed.