Should you switch to a Linux Desktop?

No. If you’re reading this looking for me to convince you then the answer is likely no, you probably shouldn’t switch to a Linux...

Should you use WireGuard?

WireGuard is a relative newcomer to the VPN scene but it has quickly gained favor since it’s initial release in 2016. Being directly integrated...

Can my Chromebook get a Virus?

The short answer is yes. Yes, your Chromebook can in fact get a virus, just not in a traditional sense. As a computer security...

Inter-VLAN Casting with Chromecasts

A few months ago I went through the process of setting up VLANs for my home network. A short while after that I took...

This week in Cyber: 03 Oct 21 – 09 Oct 21

Man has it been a busy week in Cyber. We had a 6 hour Facebook outage caused by an insecure protocol, a massive TwitchTV...

It’s time to talk about Ports and Port Security

Networking is a complicated subject. The internet is made up of lots on interconnected parts that all share the same limitation. At the end...

Down Under CTF memory Forensics Solve

I was working on the Memory Forensics Challenge for the Down Under 2021 CTF today and had a lot of fun so I wanted...

Setting up a Malware Analysis Lab

A few days ago, I published an updated look at my home network and made a post on Reddit about it. One of the...

2021 Update to my Home Network

About a year ago I decided to take a moment to look back at how my network engineering has progressed throughout the years. That...

Should you run malware in Windows Sandbox?

In Windows 10 update 1903 Microsoft introduced a new security feature for Windows Pro and Enterprise users. That feature is Windows Sandbox. Windows Sandbox...
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