It’s been a while since I wrote here, hopefully I will be able to write more often and hopefully too I will be able to finally get into hacking properly. Bosom buddies I have been interested by InfoSec for many years. It mostly started a bit more than 10 years ago when I was reading a lot about pentesting : Kali was called BackTrack then, I played a lot with it and MetaSploit.
After a bit more than a year using ProtonMail, I couldn’t bear it anymore… I was really pissed by its lack of “usability”. Even though I had almost 1 year left, I made the switch to FastMail, and I couldn’t have been happier. Let me explain. ProtonMail isn’t bad… However, there is a few issues, that overtime really grew over me. First and foremost, the non standard protocols! ProtonMail doesn’t use IMAP(s)/SMTP(s).
Manually taking a snapshot under VMware is easy : connect to the HTML5 Web UI, find the server from the list, right click, select Snapshot, Name it… However, when you have to do it several times in a row, it becomes really frustrating. Let’s see how to improve that. Here comes PowerCLI VMware released an awesome (and I am Linux guy) tool to manage your virtual machines from the command line.
GLPI is an asset management software. It can handle automatic inventory of your assets (workstations, servers, printers, etc.) ticketing, and much more. Let’s see how to install it under Ubuntu with MariaDB and NGinX. Prepare your system Simply install the requirements : 1 sudo apt install nginx php7.0-fpm mariadb-server php7.0-curl php7.0-gd php7.0-mysql php7.0-cli php7.0-imap php7.0-ldap php7.0-apcu php7.0-xmlrpc php7.0-mbstring php7.0-xml php7.0-xmlrpc Create the self signed certificates : 1 cd /etc/ssl/certs sudo openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:4096 -keyout private/gpli.
A few days ago, I talked about Ninite, which is an awesome tool to deploy several Windows apps easily. However, if you want to use it on a Windows domain (likely in your company), you’ll have to get the Pro (and paid version). Hopefully, with BoxStarter, you can do it for free. Let me show you how I do it. Let’s do some scripting! In my case, I want all my users to have the same “base apps” installed on their systems.
I love tech and I love to try new tech stuff. Recently, I have been playing with some network gear from Ubiquiti. For a reasonable price, you’ll get enterprise grade gear. Is it really that good? Let’s check my non-unboxing review. A bit of background I am a frequent reader of Mr Troy Hunt and when I read his article a few years ago about the Unifi suite that made want to try it again, a little.