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In the last few years I’ve had the opportunity to stand up many small internet facing servers for banks and insurance companies as a contractor. It was interesting to learn about their compliance issues. In particular I enjoyed independent security reviews done on my servers. After a while it felt like I was testing the … Continue reading Creating Ubuntu Malware with Chain Reactor for Threat Modeling
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I desired to be able to do an anti-virus scan on my MacBook. After trying and paying for several large proprietary alternatives and being dissatisfied I decided to try and use ClamAV like I do on Gnu/Linux. At the time of this writing there is a proprietary GUI using ClamAV in the backend but that … Continue reading ClamAV on MacOS via pkgsrc
I've been greatly enjoying a social media alternative called Mastodon. For fun I've started on a PHP script to convert XML, RSS, and ATOM to a new Mastodon status. While there are multiple libraries that can do this such as simplepie, it seemed like a good exercise to write one from scratch. I currently have … Continue reading Convert an XML feed to a new Mastodon status.
After stumbling upon the useful HostRecon, I hope to start a conversation on a possible non-Windows variant called HostReconX, targeted at macOS and Ubuntu. It is a shell script that gives the user common environmental information. I have merely begun an outline of the code and have only tested on my personal laptop. As time … Continue reading WhereAmI? Situational Awareness with HostReconX.