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My name is Michael H and I am one of the founders of a Secured Globe, Inc., a Cyber Intelligence corporate in New York City and am working on a new book about C++ 20 to be published next year by one of the leading publishing houses in New York. I have been a member of the Freelancer.com community since 2003. I have 25 years of experience as a developer and architect. I am providing various services of software crafting. We at Secured Globe, Inc believe your business should always be one step ahead of threats. Our state of the art solutions, services and technologies are specially designed to empower your every business need, whilst keeping your digital assets safe and secured. Using our unique "Inside and Out" and Smart Shield methodologies, we assess the weak spots and provide your business the tools and knowledge, in order to keep the workflow and vitality.
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Kokemus

CEO and Co Founder

Jun 2008

Co founder of Secured Globe, Inc., registered in Delaware and New York. The company focuses on Information Security and software development for Government Agencies world wide. Over the last years, the company has raised $1.5M USD from private investors.

Founder

Jan 1998 - Apr 2007 (9 years)

Invented several products for conducting Data Cleansing and Optimization for huge databases. Signed contracts with Microsoft, telephone companies, Government agencies and other customers. Developed DataTune ( [login to view URL] ) which was used for these projects.

Project Manager

Jan 1994 - Dec 1997 (3 years)

Was hired as a Contractor with Apple, Cupertino, CA. Managed projects for the California K12 admiinstration.

Koulutus

Bechalor

1984 - 1988 (4 years)

Pätevyydet

Code Project MVP (Most Valued Professional) (2019)

Code Project

Won the MVP award for 2019 and for 2020. [login to view URL]

Julkaisut

Fetching Alexa's Recordings Using Python

[login to view URL] Filing a formal request to Amazon led to an email "approving" my request, however, none of my recordings were including in the data. After inquiring with customer service, I was told that one can only hear or delete his/her recordings but there is no option to download them.

The secrets of Wi-Fi Credentials

[login to view URL] This article covers and teaches the following issues: • Personal information – how and why is it stored and how can anyone fetch it. To do so, two examples are provided: - Wi-Fi credentials - Skype account information

A Google Docs Based Backup Application

I wanted to write a small application which allows dragging and dropping multiple files and folders into a container in order to send them to an online storage. This article was written before Google introduced Google Drive, but it is still practical to use it for quick upload of multiple files to your Google Drive. [login to view URL]

Adding an InputBox to Any C++ Program

There are several building blocks in programming that are available in most of the languages and make life easy. For example, the ability to pop up a message. In Win32, that would be MessageBox(). Another building block is Inputbox. InputBox() is a very handy command for prompting the user for an input. [login to view URL]

How to Embed Resources in a Static Library

It started with a need to release a Static library as a product and include some resources in it. That is usually impossible since a program that uses such Static library will use its own resources. I posted a question (which I answered after finding this solution). I realized that this solution deserves an article with source code. I have also posted a question about that possibility in Stack Overflow. [login to view URL]

Creating a Console Based Window for Debugging

The purpose of this article is to explain how to build a centralized function for logging and how to display log entries in real time using a Console window which can be opened throughout the run time of the application, regardless of its type (Win32, MFC, etc.). [login to view URL]

Integrating with Google Maps via a Desktop Application

A while ago we were asked to create a small Desktop application that will go over photos and extract any Meta Data from them, including the location where each photo was taken (which is a topic for a separate article),. To display the result, I looked for a way to display a map, powered by Google Maps, in an MFC application. Here is the solution I have found. [login to view URL]

Finding Skype's Default Account Name

The purpose of this article is to show you how to find the default Skype's account name. [login to view URL]

Integrating with Paypal Smoothly

This article was written following a need to integrate PayPal Express Checkout in a c++ Win32 application. [login to view URL]

Date time batch changer for photos and other files

I recently looked for photos and videos of an important event and couldn't understand why I can't find any video files, even though I recalled that my wife and my daughter took both photos and videos.. [login to view URL]

Tiny Obfuscate

The purpose of obfuscators in general is to hide program code, flow, and functionality. If your program uses an algorithm that is a trade secret, obfuscation will make it harder to reverse engineer it and reveal this trade secret. Some time you need encrypt/obfuscate strings in your program and don't want to bother using expensive and complex obfuscation tools. [login to view URL]

Creating a .Cab archive

Microsoft requires Drivers developers who wish to qualify them for Windows 10, to pack the drivers files into a single cab and code sign it. I was looking for a way to do so programmatically. I found the MakeCab tool but from first look, it allows passing one parameter for the file, so I was looking for the easiest way to pack several files. [login to view URL]

An Auto Update Mechanism in c++

Many software developers need to update their software and apply such update to all current users. This article provides a method we developed which allows a fully transparant automatic updates with no action needed from the user (such as start the new version, etc.). It is also unique because it doesn't reuqire any server side code. [login to view URL]

Various Contributions

Answer questions regularly to help the community of software developers.

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