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Finding a New Infosec Job - Part 2 - The Thinkening Where I Was Mentally Through All This I don’t know how to format this, but I feel like it would be good to just open up and say where I was men...

Finding a New Infosec Job I went through some rounds interviewing for Senior Detection Engineering and Incident Response roles with mostly larger or more well known tech companies and thought I wo...

Hammered Walthrough Back again with another Cyberdefenders.org challenge, this time it’s Hammered. Gonna do this a little different once since my previous post about Mac forensics was fine, but it...

MITRE ATT&CK Defender - New and Educational I was lucky enough to be able to go through the MITRE ATT&CK Defender training and certification process and I wanted to share my thoughts on it...

Another go at CyberDefenders.org Having another go at a CyberDefenders challenge, this one about macOS image forensics. You can find a link to the challenge here. Environment I did this largely ...

Another go at CyberDefenders.org Having another go at a CyberDefenders challenge, this one about maldocs. You can find a link to the challenge here. Environment I did this through Windows Subsys...

CyberDefenders.org CyberDefenders is a free, community built site hosting security challenges. I’d heard about this site and it’s interesting, so I thought I’d use a little bit of the pandemic to ...

DD-WRT - That still works? This will be a quick post. DD-WRT has served me well over the years. It’s not as slick as the Ubiquiti gear (much cheaper) and not as feature-full as pfsense (can be che...

Move over docker hub You might have heard Docker changed their pricing plans and free tier storage allowances recently. It caused quite the fuss and is summed up here. Storage and bandwidth isn’t ...

I’m not made of money This honeypot had been running in AWS for a few weeks. On avereage, I was spending about $2.50 each day for the compute and disk resources. That adds up pretty quick. This is...

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