i find myself breaking things far too often. maybe i’ve broken a lot more than i wanted to.

i’m a software engineer gone cyber security geek. i love to pentest, code, and break things… not in that order. i also game from time to time. stick around, you may like my content.

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a developer gone cyber security geek

I’ve been a long time user of Debian to run my stack, and it’s been pretty resilient on my small websites. Alas, as my websites grow in traffic I wanted something to provide more security and isolation, while offering individual limitations for non-priority resources. I first spotted Cloudlinux when researching shared hosting isolation, and

As you can tell, this site relies on cloudflare for its CDN. It’s not the best CDN but it’s been getting the job done, alas, my traffic has outgrown the free cloudflare plan and it’s time to upgrade. I’m preparing to upload all my assets to BunnyCDN, it’s got great support and in my

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