My New Home - Network


I recently bought a new House. In this post, I discuss my network setup as part of a series of posts about the setup.

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Writing Prose in Vim


Vim is a popular text editor among programmers, it is not limited to programming though. In this blog I will discuss how I write just about everything in vim

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Before you start with Home Assistant


I use Home Assistant for my home automation setup. I plan do write some more blogs about it in the future. This is supposed to help those out who are considering starting out. It is not supposed to be a setup guide, rather some things to consider before starting out.

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Enumerating Users on WordPress


Finding valid usernames can significantly improve your chances of breaking into a WordPress account. In this blog post I cover some of the methods I use to find valid users and how you can protect your own site against them.

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Upgrading reverse shells


Once you've got a reverse shell, there are a number of things you can do to make it nicer to work with. I go through those and at the end, automate the annoying bit with zsh.

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Current Word Completion


ZSH's tab completion is excellent, although limited to completing based on your command. With this, I can also make completions based on my current word.

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3 Simple Steps to Improve Your Freelance Business's Security


All too often, security advice is aimed at large companies who can afford to spend hundreds or thousands of pounds on security procedures. In this blog, I will try and lay out some advice for freelancers and small businesses can follow, without breaking the bank.

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Using Mutt with Exchange


Many companies use an Exchange server for email and calendar. My preferred email client is NeoMutt. You can use Davmail to make these two work together.

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The switch to ZSH


ZSH is great shell but in this blog I explain some of the annoyances I've had with it, as well as some of the benefits.

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Fuzzy Search Hashcat Modes


Hashcat is an amazing tool for cracking hashes but the syntax leaves a bit to be desired. This article explains one way to improve the experience of selecting modes by overriding ZSH's built in tab-completion using FZF.

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