MITRE ATT&CKcon 3.0

Hello World! A very brief post, over the last couple days I attended ATT&CKcon 3.0. It was full of brilliant talks and interesting people. A talk from educators in the social sciences sector and their students from high school to postgrads. Demonstrating a social engineering attack and mapping it to the matrix, that was oneContinue reading “MITRE ATT&CKcon 3.0”

Backup codes!

Hello World! Building on my misconfiguration of security keys, I had to use a backup code for the first time ever today. I cannot stress enough the importance of these codes for your accounts that have multi-factor authentication. Write them down and keep them in a safe place, they could really save your skin. EspeciallyContinue reading “Backup codes!”

KeePass and the argument for password managers.

[Update 11th May 2022: I am going to be making changes soon to improve readability of this post, I understand it’s a little more complex than what I am aiming for.] Passwords: So, let’s start off with the most important question, what makes a good password? Passwords should be at least 14 characters in length.Continue reading “KeePass and the argument for password managers.”

Planes are pretty cool! – Food for thought #3.

Just a little unstructured rambling today from me, I’m sure someone will enjoy the read… I have begun reading through a 2016 thesis on Security in next-gen Air Traffic communication networks by Martin Strohmeier, it was brought to my attention regarding discussions about a possible use case for software defined radio. This isn’t anything new,Continue reading “Planes are pretty cool! – Food for thought #3.”