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Posted on Tuesday, 5th December 2017 by Michael

Recently I took my first attempt at my OSCP certification, after 90 days in the lab and rooting a majority of the machines I fell short by just a few points on my first attempt. I decided to take some time off before my next attempt. During my break, a friend told me about a […]

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Posted on Sunday, 8th November 2015 by Michael

48 hours with the Quick Lock by Safe Tech   I never did a kick starter before but I was looking for a low-cost solution for a smart lock for my door to my armory in the house. Up to this point, my only experience has been with Schlage but at 179.00 dollars per lock […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 18th March 2015 by Michael

Chevy Volt A year + later Well it has been over a year now owning my Volt and I got to say I am very impressed. First I will start with some of the cons / annoyances. Engine light: This seems to come on for the oddest reasons and despite popular belief does not always […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 19th November 2013 by Michael

It has been some time since I have written a blog post for my security forum. I got to first apologize but sometimes time is scarce and lately I find I have less and less of it. I have recently taken a position for a new company located much further from my house. To get […]

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Posted on Thursday, 23rd May 2013 by Michael

Not to long ago I had my first Raspberry Pi experience setting up a media server to stream movies. Now that I have started playing with them more I have run into a few issues. Though each time I have encountered a problem the fix was found with in the “raspi-config” command.  This launches the […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 14th May 2013 by Michael

Four of the most helpful Outlook Web Access Rules you will want for your Web Application Firewall Over the last few years a new client of mine has been battling a never ending battle against human stupidity and system compromise. It seems that no matter how much training the client provides to their users that […]

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Posted on Thursday, 8th November 2012 by Michael

I am not one to wear jewelry normally and the thought of having something on my hand for the rest of my life made me a bit nervous. I wanted something that was going to withstand the abuse of my daily life yet look really cool and have a special meaning to me. I also […]

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Posted on Friday, 29th June 2012 by Michael

It has been a while since my last update to the site. Since the last update I have been extremely busy working on several projects and jobs. : We are developing several products / prototypes currently for scenario training as well as a few general automation tools and controllers. Hopefully by the end of […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 20th March 2012 by Michael

Mid Atlantic CCDC Barcode Scanner Hack: How many of you would of even thought that the scanner on the med station was actually hackable itself?  Before Brad and I went around hacking them with a simple piece of paper that left them unusable until reprogrammed with another sheet of paper that I gave to the […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 18th January 2012 by Michael

Today is January 18th 2012. This is an important date in history as today is the day that thousands of websites are blacking out in protest to two very controversial bills that are written in hast that will censor the internet. At a high level the government plans to use these two bills to legally […]

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