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.

WordPress is a bulky application by nature, and with its ecosystem makes it easy to install anything you can imagine. This comes with some reasonable consequences as there will be more weight on the application during load time. For part one, we're going to focus on the server-side of things, specifically, what can you

I've been experimenting with NoMachine since yesterday to see how it holds it. So far it's been a successful test on my local machine, and I can easily connect to remote machines. Pros Latency? What latency! Generally, you don't notice much if any latency when using NoMachine, just like you'd expect from Remote Desktop

Have you ever been faced with a bug that feels like it'll never end? As one door closed you find four more opened up in their place, and the complexity multiplies? I believe it's safe to say we've all been there, and possibly years later the after-effects of the bug still remain. To fix