I know you're supposed to be good and familiar with Metasploit. Or, java. Or, probably lockpicking, right? Or, is it vishing? Here's the gap I'm seeing - I haven't been able to find reliable guides on developing a 'red team'. And I'll be honest - I like that phrase - the 'read team'. From what I've been able to tell, the culture that surrounds pentesting, red teaming, offensive security or how-ever-else you're looking to be involved in 'that side' of infosec is sort of limiting. Not limiting in the way that some hobbies or activities have gatekeepers, but more from [...]
Welcome back to another round of Hobby ADD! Today, your host will be Bill Dungey! (Can't you head the 90's game show music?) So, I've been playing a bunch of D&D lately. I'm playing most often in a homebrew world I've been working on for a while. It's called Angor - it's a province in a larger kingdom that isn't 'settled'. Lots to explore, fight and run away from in this little document - feel free to rip, steal, distribute and copy!
Last week, I got the letter. "Thank you for your interest in the Canadian Armed Forces." I'm not suuuper surprised, either. I thought there was something strange happening when I'd passed the 5-month mark for a medical examination. For the first day, I just kind of accepted the decision because, after all - it's not entirely my decision. Now, I'm more aligned to that. I get it. I was unfortunately rejected from participating in the Reserves because I've got a documented history of Anxiety. I fully understand that the Army doesn't know 'Bill'. They know the paperwork behind my application. [...]
Wow, worth every minute. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6kPzMSvdDA https://youtu.be/z6kPzMSvdDA