Month: June 2022

Links for June 30, 2022

Description Link Sub3 Suite is a subdomain enumeration suite: https://digibeard.io/go/subsuite3-is-a-research-grade-subdomain-enumeration-suite Teach Yourself CS: https://digibeard.io/go/teach-yourself-cs Lurnby: A tool for active reading and personal knowledge management: https://digibeard.io/go/lurnby-a-tool-for-active-reading-and-personal-knowledge-management An overview of semantic Python: https://digibeard.io/go/semantic-python-overview Fedora/CentOS/RHEL Linux Guide: https://digibeard.io/go/fedora-centos-rhel-linux-guide

Links for June 29, 2022

Description Link Daffa’s Oneliners for Bug Bounty Hunters: https://digibeard.io/go/daffas-oneliners-for-bug-bounty-hunters Unclutter’s Immersive Reading Mode: https://digibeard.io/go/unclutters-immersive-reading-mode Infosec Streams – An actively maintained, activity-based, auto-sorted list of infosec streamers: https://digibeard.io/go/an-actively-maintained-activity-based-auto-sorted-list-of-infosec-streamers Blogging with Org-mode for Very Lazy People: https://digibeard.io/go/blogging-with-org-mode-for-very-lazy-people A browser extension that displays all of github trending, HN, product hunt and designer news on every new tab: https://digibeard.io/go/a-browser-extension-for-github-trending-hn-product-hunt-and-designer-news-on-every-new-tab

Links for June 28, 2022

Description Link Luong Komorebi’s Awesome Linux Software: https://digibeard.io/go/luong-komorebis-awesome-linux-software Building a custom malware analysis lab environment: https://digibeard.io/go/building-a-custom-malware-analysis-lab-environment Austin Songer Incident Playbook: https://digibeard.io/go/austin-songers-incident-playbook Chef Koch’s Privacy Tools List: https://digibeard.io/go/chef-kochs-privacy-tools-list ArkenFox’s Privacy Enhancing User.JS: https://digibeard.io/go/arkenfoxs-privacy-enhancing-userjs

Links for June 27, 2022

Description Link An archive of Thingiverse for your 3D printer nerds: https://archive.org/details/printablebricks.com_2021-05-07 One authors’ personal note-taking journey: https://phonetonote.com/blog/my-personal-note-taking-journey/ Fedora is my daily driver but dammit if they can’t get fonts right right out of the box: https://github.com/silenc3r/fedora-better-fonts A repo with info about chaos engineering, confirming that a system can withstand every crazy scenario: https://github.com/dastergon/awesome-chaos-engineering All …

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Links for June 23, 2022

Description Link An awesome list for sysadmins: https://github.com/awesome-foss/awesome-sysadmin How to create a content pipeline for multiple writing projects: https://scribe.rip/create-a-simple-content-pipeline-and-easily-run-multiple-writing-projects-192b62cb9299 A data science cheatsheet: https://github.com/aaronwangy/Data-Science-Cheatsheet A search tool for all the gits: https://gitsearch.io/ Just curl this in your terminal and have an interactive cheatsheet at your fingertips: https://cheat.sh/

Links for June 22, 2022

Description Link What’s a seedbox and why does it have value?: https://forum.obsidian.md/t/what-a-seedbox-is-and-why-it-has-been-valuable-to-me/4344 A frankly, awesome set of security guides: https://github.com/grugq/security_guides Another Zettlekasten smart notes guide: https://leananki.com/zettelkasten-method-smart-notes/ Here is a path to learning computer science for the self-directed: https://github.com/ossu/computer-science Another guide to soldering, I share these because I feel that DIY and right to repair are …

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Links for June 15, 2022

Description Link ReconFTW is an automated recon scanner for target domains: https://github.com/six2dez/reconftw?mc_cid=6fad8ee18b&mc_eid=f08221a04e Adafruit’s guide to excellent soldering: https://cdn-learn.adafruit.com/downloads/pdf/adafruit-guide-excellent-soldering.pdf A series of articles about Emacs and writing without distractions, worth the read: https://lucidmanager.org/tags/emacs/ A fantastic series of CTF challenges centered around malware: http://www.flare-on.com/ A collection of ergonomic keyboards available in the world: https://aposymbiont.github.io/split-keyboards/

Links for June 14, 2022

Description Link The NASA student guide to soldering: https://protostack.com.au/download/NASA%20Student%20Handbook%20for%20Hand%20Soldering.pdf The Lynis tool exists to provide auditing, system hardening and compliance testing for nix based OS: https://cisofy.com/lynis/ A PCAP utility for those stored up nmap scans: https://packettotal.com/ A great little utility that allows for ‘high fidelity web archiving via chrome plugin’: https://github.com/webrecorder/archiveweb.page Collect threat intel with …

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Links for June 06, 2022

Description Link A nice little reflection by the author on personal automation: https://levelup.gitconnected.com/everything-i-automated-in-2020-to-save-me-hours-of-time-14510a1a17d0 Check out this OSCP exam report template: https://github.com/whoisflynn/OSCP-Exam-Report-Template A systems design primer: https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer A video guide on PKMs from Effective Remote Work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7xrHPpTWJ0 This is pretty interesting, an anti-bot detection web scraper: https://github.com/niespodd/browser-fingerprinting

Links for June 05, 2022

Description Link “A collection of nerdy interviews” showing different workflows: https://usesthis.com/ This is a cool project, 4 RPi’s running a website and a tutorial to DIY one: http://www.clustered-pi.com/ Cool things done with the terminal: https://charm.sh/ I use this with every machine I power on in my lab: https://blog.codinghorror.com/is-your-computer-stable/ 22 posts on leveling up your programming …

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