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WAppEx V2.0 : Web Application Exploitation Tool


WAppEx v2.0 : Web Application exploitation Tool

May 27, 2013 Wappex 2.0 is a comprehensive Web Application security framework and Integrated Web Application exploitation tool . See also Metasploit Framework OWASP Top 10 Masscan External links Wappex Website References Category:Hacking tools Category:Software-related controversies Category:Hacking in the 2010sQ: Is there a more elegant way to get output from multiple threads in python? I have a python program that contains a main loop and two sub threads. When the main loop processes a new sample, it needs to retrieve the results from the two threads. However, the main thread keeps calling the functions in the threads every iteration of the loop. So far I've just done a while loop and call the thread's functions every iteration in that while loop. Is there a better way of accomplishing this? A: The best way is to use a Queue for the output. Create a queue for each thread. Your main loop is then a consumer of the queue. When the main loop creates a sample, it puts it into the queue. That queue is then consumed by the appropriate thread, which processes the sample and puts its result into the queue. In this way, your consumer thread does not need to know about the existence of the other consumer threads, or the details of processing. And if the consumer thread is called to run, then the processing task is immediately finished. Of course, if the processing is long running and the main loop is blocked until it has produced a result, then the consumer thread must block until it has processed the result. That is a good reason to have the processing thread run in a separate thread, as threads are inherently blocked anyway. Alternatively, you can use a thread pool which will create threads to run your tasks, and discard the threads when they are done. Functional development of vitamin D receptor-mediated signal transduction in monocytic leukemia THP-1 cells. We have studied the expression and the function of the vitamin D receptor (VDR) in monocytic leukemia THP-1 cells by introducing the VDR cDNA to the cells using the retroviral gene transfer system. When the cells were transfected with a luciferase reporter construct containing a vitamin D response element (VDRE) to evaluate the function of the VDR in the cells

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