The following is a guest post from a good friend of mine, Magicbear, talking about a security learning platform we both enjoy using. One of my favorite online security learning platforms is TryHackMe.com, which offers guided rooms that combine descriptions of the theory you need to know with tasks so you can practice actually doing security-relevant… Continue reading Review: Build Core Technical Skills with TryHackMe
An intermediate difficulty Debian Linux machine on Offensive Security’s Proving Grounds.
I recently had an issue where my new 4k Dell U2720Q wasn’t showing up at full resolution in Kali Linux. The monitor is connected to a Macbook Pro via USB-C and the VM is running on a VMware ESXi 6.7 U2 release. My monitor maxes out at 3840×2160 60 Hz. Kali was seeing the 60hz,… Continue reading Kali Linux – Adding A Custom Resolution
A follow-up to my last post about Feed The Beast (FTB) and my own setup, which consists of: OSX as a client Ubuntu 14.04 as a server The steps to get up and running are super simple. One thing to note, however. This is on a personal VM that I host at my house and… Continue reading Minecraft FTB Server – Ubuntu 14.04 Setup
So the other day I had a pretty big hankering to play some Minecraft. I downloaded Feed the Beast (FTB) and a modpack I liked that reminded me of what I used to play on Tekkit. Go to launch, and…. problems. The client wouldn’t work. What I realized is that there was a problem with… Continue reading Minecraft FTB Client – OSX Java Issue
I recently had the privilege of representing Assault City Roller Derby on a relatively new roller derby podcast called Behind the Pivot Line. I talked briefly about Google Analytics, our website’s menu structure and how we came up with it, and some other fun topics. You can hear the episode here: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/behind-the-pivot-line/e/58789375