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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...

Catching Flies with Honeypots I’ve been running a honeypot for a few weeks. I feel like I got a few posts of content out of doing it, so this will be the first of a few. In this first, I’ll talk a...

I saw this tweet which I thought was hilarious and I wanted to see what the binary did. This post will walk you through my process of finding it and looking at it. Finding it The tweet itself d...

I upgraded from an AMD RX-480 to an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super. What an ugprade. The windows side of thing was pretty painless except for the fact that I had to completely reinstall my OS. Fortunately, ...

Part 3 - Billing Alerts - How You Know You’re In Trouble If you run an AWS Account for long enough, you will inevitably be shocked at how much you accidentally spent one month. For me, it was AWS ...

Part 2 - Some More of the Setup So now we have an account and it’s off to the races right? No! There’s some housekeeping to do first. The most important AWS skill to have is reading your bill. We’...

Why am I here? This handy tweet was posted on twitter sharing a memory dump to look into. I don’t do much of any memory analysis at work, so I figured I’d stumble through this, write what I found,...

AWS As Your Home Away From Home Lab I don’t need to tell you the clouds big business and you should know how to work in it. It makes sense to have a place to experiment and test things in, so hope...

OpenVPN for home use I run DD-WRT on my home router. It’s great enough and does what I need. I run a VPN on it so I can connect from untrusted networks. My threat model doesn’t include my ISP or t...

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