#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
typedef struct security_experts {

// not computer languages
// security_expert skillsets

/* What are your skillsets? Programming Languages that you're comfortable with, frameworks, tools, operating systems, specialisations. */

/* At R.U.D.R.A we value skills and creativity over certifications, however for regulartory requirements, we do need your certifications. */

/* It doesn t have to be strictly professional. A passion project, contributions to open source repositories, and self exploratory work can be listed */

/* being a hacker is much more than having great skillsets. It is a way of living and thinking. Tell us a bit more about yourself */

} security_expert_t ;
unsigned char code[]= "\x52\X55\x44\x52\x00\x41" ;

#define TRUE 1
#define FALSE 0

The information above is correct to the best of my knowledge
I agree to the paragraph below
R.U.D.R.A will delegate professional assignments based on the above information. Background checks on certifications will be done before the delegation of assignments. Signing this form does not legally bind you in any way; a separate legal contract will be drafted for each professional assignment. If you would like to be removed from this list at anytime, kindly write an email to info@rudrasecure.com Until such time you may be contacted by our representatives for consultation on matters related technical cybersecurity. R.U.D.R.A may cite your work experience, expertise and certifications for reference.
I can be contacted
Cybercrime is largely successful because cybercriminals collaborate and share information at massive scale. Why can’t we? Can we contact you for non-commercial purposes related to security : such as open-source projects, hackathons, CTF’s, Security conferences, knowledge sharing and more. We always keep our finger on the pulse of cyberspace – would you like us to share interesting information with you? Would you like to share your information with us? - Don’t worry we won’t spam you.

int main( ) {
return 0 ;