Hackers are free people, just like artists!

For the third world countries, hackers are criminals regardless of how ethical they are. Hackers are not legally protected. They are treated as unwanted creatures who work against the country. For Morocco, hackers have been building a strong reputation around to globe as intelligent people who discovered bugs in famous platforms and attacked individuals or … Continue reading Hackers are free people, just like artists!

Privacy from a Moroccan Perspective

In 2015, an Italian company that sells hacking software such as Trojans and malwares was hacked by an anonymous team and leaked about four hundred gigabytes of data. Surprisingly, the leaked data contained the amount of money that Morocco spent on buying spyware from HackingTeam company. The Moroccan intelligent services spent around 3 million euros … Continue reading Privacy from a Moroccan Perspective

Editorial of “Problem C – Omar the Bus Driver” in CodeIT 2017

I proposed a problem called “Problem C – Omar the Bus Driver” which was on Scorify platform, and I would like to share its solution in this post. I am not that happy about it because the problem statement was ambiguous, and some cases were not consistent even if they will not change the output. … Continue reading Editorial of “Problem C – Omar the Bus Driver” in CodeIT 2017