So after my last post about getting into Tomcat with Metasploit I decided that Metasploit was fun to mess with but if I actually want to learn then I needed to actually do what Metasploit was doing for me. In order to do this I had two major goals. First, I needed to brute […]
Wow, what a week! I spent no less than 30 solid hours this week (in my free time) going through these books a little more and boy is there a lot to cover. Let’s start with my gripes. As you remember I am going through “The Hacker Playbook 2”, “Metasploit, the Penetration Tester’s Guide” […]
Well I have finally pulled the trigger. I’ve decided that I am ready to start moving toward the security side of things. I think this is a natural step for me given how interested I am in 1. security and 2. breaking things to see how they work. I’m excited to finally start on the […]
Alright folks, this is the good one. Transistors are the backbone of the modern world. Arguably, the single most important invention of the 20th century. I would challenge anyone to find a single complex (or even simple) electronic device that doesn’t use this component. Master it and take one step closer to walking on the proverbial […]
So it turns out capacitors are actually pretty fun to play with. As you can see from the live feed image of me charging and discharging it over and over endlessly hahaha…. No seriously I spent a ton of time doing this and you should too.
Section #2 – Resist If You Must Understanding what resistance is, is just as fundamental as understanding what voltage and current are. In fact, they are all related! Reference Ohms Law It’s hard to mention resistance without mentioning Ohms Law, which is why it astonished me that this section doesn’t even reference it once…. Voltage […]
Electronic Circuits For The Evil Genius After having worked with Arduino and Raspberry Pi for the last few years, I have decided to step my game up and start working with raw electronics. What better way to learn than to blog about it as I go through this book I picked up! The disclaimer […]
“Manipulating physical objects via code is one of those things that gives even the manliest man a warm fuzzy feeling in his stomach.” Just one of the memorable quotes from this book. I chose this one because it stuck with me most. I remember when I first started working with hardware. The first thing I […]