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

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

To all my fellow Sysadmins out there, happy sysadmin day! It's been quite a year so far. The technology and landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, the support ticket numbers keep rising, and the root question never changes -- only evolves upon the previous. Remember, keep your important documents in the Recycle Bin

When building a lab or any services, you're going to need DNS in most cases, however, we don't necessarily want to expose the DNS records to the world, this is where resources like Split-Brain DNS servers come into play. Split-Brain DNS?? Split-Brain DNS is effectively like having two DNS servers running on the same origin,

I've made some changes to how my networking structure is both at home and at the colocation, so my new diagram is seen below now includes the Disaster Recovery site (DR), which is only containing Lightsail VM for backup email instance, EC2 instance for this blog, and S3 for file storage (this blog