Twitter, Lockheed, and the CIA triad

A "verified" account crashed the stock of a multibillion-dollar company....

Vindication: The Value of Listening to Your Gut

I don’t usually make posts that could be in the vein of “I told you so,” but my last post received such unfounded vitriolic...

It’s probably a good idea to block t.co domains for a little while

The social media world is going through a shake-up right now. Just in case anyone wasn’t tracking, the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, just...

Creating a Remote Pi-Hole for Your Whole Home

The world has been in a weird state for the last few years. A global pandemic has disrupted human and material capital resulting in...

What happened to Gravitywall over the last month, and what did I learn?

You might have noticed over the last month that Gravitywall Blog was down; I know I got a couple of messages on Reddit about...

Incorporating MITRE ATT&CK in your Security Operations

Now I know what you’re probably thinking, oh great another blog post about MITRE ATT&CK, and I get it. MITRE has taken the cybersecurity...

Setting up Cloudflare Tunnel with Proxmox

I am a huge fan of Proxmox, I use it as my Type-1 hypervisor; however I travel frequently for my job and don’t always...

Pi-Hole messed up my Kindle Fire: but I fixed it

DNS based ad-blocking is great, until it’s not. I’ve wrote a lot about Pi-Hole, pfBlockerNG, Ad-Guard, and other services. I’ve used DNS based ad-blockers...

My Favorite Interview Question for Threat Hunters

Several years ago, I was responsible for interviewing applicants applying for a threat hunting position. I was one of a few managers who would...

AdGuard Home vs. Pi-Hole vs. PfBlockerng: What’s Better for your home network?

Ads suck. That’s why I don’t run any. Ads have dominated the internet over the last decade, it’s hard to go to any webpage...
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