Quick posts where I share with you useful tools I stumble upon every now and then.
I use my mobile phone quite a lot, in fact, my usage borders on the unhealthy type of attachment to such devices. In my defence, a lot of my life is made much easier through the use of applications I have on my iPhone. In this post, I list a couple of those that are among my favourite ones.
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Microsoft's Attack Surface Analyzer runs pretty smoothly and is super easy to use. It can be a true asset for people trying to understand the inner workings of applications or tools before introducing them into production environments. Definitely worth a try.
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MISP is a great platform for intelligence sharing and collaboration. I have had it on my mind for a while now but only today did I get the chance to learn more about it. This post is the first in many to come about MISP and use cases I will be building around it.
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We all need a way to send our friends the latest memes but that doesn't mean we should sacrifice our privacy and data control while doing so. In this post, I share some of the services I use to protect my privacy and remain productive.
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One question in CyberDefender's most recent challenge taught me something new. The question asked you to listen to the audio stream that can be found in the PCAP file to find the flag and claim the points. I never knew Wireshark supports doing this hence this TIL.
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The way pinned messages work in Slack is one of the things I find frustrating about the platform. If I pin a message, I expect it to remain visible in the channel not tucked into a side tab. This post outlines a rough PoC for a Slack application that can help you "truly" pin your messages.
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Sysdiagnose is a diagnostic tool available on all Apple products. It collects information and logs from various parts of the systems to provide a full image of the system state at a certain point in time. The data collected is quite comprehensive and covers a wide range of aspects.
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