It's crazy to most, but I wake up every day at 5 AM and don't sleep till midnight -- sometimes later. That gives me 5 hours of sleep per day. I've been like this most of my life, I find this is the perfect balance between productivity and exhaustion, many tell me I
After using the free Primer theme by GoDaddy for a long time on this blog, I've decided to switch it up. I was browsing through other technology-gaming-pentesting related blogs and saw that most use darker themes, and are usually pretty clean. I wanted to strike with something darker, good layout, and fairly flexible.
It all started when I was 8. I was writing some basic pages to host on my fathers home server to show off to my classmates who could access the internet. My love for the internet evolved very quickly, and when I was 11 I was hit by my first hacker. Someone managed
Being an adult with no post-secondary education can be challenging when it comes to getting jobs. I'm fortunate in my current job that my boss is also self-taught and gives everyone an equal and fair chance, however, when in front of my peers who have post-secondary education I'm treated as if I don't
It’s been an incredibly long week, from long car rides to ongoing scares, it’s not been the funnest week! Not much has been done this week, aside driving about 250km in total, and lacking sleep. On the work front, we’ve began to rotate all important credentials, and start enforcing new security policies. I developed
I love to learn, break, and fix -- usually not in that order. After trying different avenues of security (red team / blue team), I find the most joy being on the red team. The rush of breaking into things, maintaining presence, and snooping outweighs the rest. As I'm learning more, I'm documenting the
I was browsing Hack The Box today, and decided to tackle a new box, the box I saw was Networked, it's made by Guly and looks like a fairly easy box, so let's get exploiting! The machine lives on 10.10.10.146, a quick nmap scan shows port 22 and 80 are open, so we know
With my current setup, I have more IP addresses than I need, and despite most services having two IPv4 addresses, with proper RDNS records, I still have about 100 IPs with no usage. My initial thought was to rent them out to people who need them, but the question is how! Even if I