New Year Haunted Adventure

This year the wife and I stayed at a Haunted B&B and did 2 ghost hunts. We’ve never done either before and it sounded like. The “hunts” were fun, walking around a haunted location with some other people and using the equipment then you see on all the ghost shows. I bought a small voice recorder while out and about to leave running in the room while we slept.

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Why yes, I would like that as a kindle book

I got a bit tired of not finding that one IT book I wanted in kindle format. The following script will go thought Amazon’s IT Books and auto check the link to request a kindle version. Warning, This was a quick and dirty solution. Your mileage may vary.

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Stopping a small botnet

Today I woke up to an unresponsive website. When I started to look at the Apache access.log file I found a ton of IPs trying to bruteforce my wp-admin.php creds. I knew they weren’t going to get anywhere (thank you google auth), but it was doing a good job at DDOS.

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Raspberry Pi: Preseeding

I have been playing around with multiple projects on a Raspberry Pi and got tired of answering the install questions over and over again. I’m going to assume you know how to do a default install of Raspbian using the installer.

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gitrecon

I was on hacker hotshots today. I was asked: Will any of the code make it into Kali?. It didn’t even occur to me that some of the code I’m using would be useful to others. After a few moments of thought ‘gitrecon’ was born.

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Review: Grid-it

This is the perfect item for your redteamer (or toy) bag. All the little gadgets that normally just flop around on the bottom of my bag are now neatly in one place, and I can find them in a hurry.

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