Authors: K. S. Ooi
I use Clojure to write scripts to explore and gray-hack the systems when I was asked to do so. Sadly, Clojure is not used widely by my fellow security experts; many of them, if they are required to write scripts, use Python instead. Clojure is simply, beautiful. However, Clojure has been recently relegated; it is no longer in top 25 popular programming languages at pypl (see http://pypl.github.io/PYPL.html) and has been listed as #51 to #100 programming language by TIOBE (https://www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/). This article is the first two chapters of my note on Clojure programming. If you are new to this language, this can be your first introduction to Clojure, and hopefully you embrace it as your scripting language for your security work.
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