I've decided after years of self-hosting my own email and recently using GSuite for a few domains to take advantage of their storage options (unlimited), I'd like to migrate my email server from postfix/dovecot hybrid to Exchange Server. I found that Exchange is fairly well supported, the interface is easy to use, and
I've began on my quest to start a non-profit foundation. As you may be aware, I'm pro-privacy, pro-security and believe you shouldn't have to give up one to receive the other. There is no need for backdoors, or any system designed to circumvent an individuals privacy. I haven't got a name yet, however, I've
Recently, I've been doing a lot of penetration test reports. It's given me lots more insight on forming a better report, my initial reports were subpar at-best now that I've done dozens of them. I thought I'd make this post and share some tricks I've learned along the way, and things to avoid.
I received an alert from my filtering provider that my server was under attack. It was on the IP used for the internet gateway, which is interesting as I’ve kept everything pretty hidden with Cloudflare, firewall rules, and extra configuration. It felt like a targeted attack, but what caused this? The attack started around
I’ve begun a new adventure, I’ve teamed up with some friends to create a forum focused on cyber security research and system administration. It’s going to be interesting, and lots of hard work. I’m also starting a cyber security newsletter, called “Smash Sec” - a weekly newsletter giving cyber security briefs, tips and tricks.