Recently I finished a free course offered Cyber Security School Online on Udemy called Build Your Own Cyber Lab from Home. What I want to do now is to share the notes I’ve written while taking the course. The courses are divided into a couple of cathegories and they’re written...

So, Internet of Things is happening. More and more things are connected to the internet every day. What about securing the Internet of Things? This great presentation by @securityweekly covered most of the problems. And I laughed a lot while reading it. Too bad I can’t listen to him explaining...

I already wrote about my hacking beginnings here and here. Now, I want to talk about something else. I want to talk about how hacking changed my life! Well, first of all, because I kept running into BackTrack tutorials while I was learning how to hack, I began to be...

First of all, sorry about the design of my previous post. I was trying Blogilo as a program for posting entries and the result was horrible! What I did is write down a post in LO Writer (need spelling while I write), copied it to Blogilo and clicked submit. The...

I was always a curious guy. I was always wondering how do some things work, but I just didn’t know how to find out about it. I, at the time, followed Discovery Channel, Viasat Explorer and other scientific shows because I wanted to know more. I would write down everything...

Time to take a few days break from learning because I got a hold of a next book in A Song of Ice and Fire series I love so much: A Clash of Kings. I’m a huge Game of Thrones fan and I like books even more!

I know that this post is going to be pretty basic, but it was not very detailed in my head so I wanted to write about it to remember it easier. So, what tools and techniques can someone use to gather information about a certain person or company? Well, your...

So, I found about this great tool for organizing notes while you do the penetration testing. It’s basically a simple note-taking app called Dradis specifically designed to be used in penetration testing purposes. It’s open source, written in Ruby and runs straight in your browser. Everything you write down for...

So, I found out about a personal blog about network security and while reading it I found out about a course offered by Udemy learning platform called: Learn the Basics of Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing. I used Google to find out if there is some code to finish that...

Today I found out about a great note-taking web-app called Laverna. It’s an open source program that you can just download on your PC and run through your browser*. It has a built-in AES encryption so you can store confidential data in it. All your data will be encrypted using...