Greetings and thanks for stopping by! It is with some seriously mixed emotions that I bring this blog post to you, as this post is the culmination of a failed business and nearly two years of heart-felt labor. tl;dr I tried starting a company entitled Web Sight, worked on it… Continue Reading Web Sight Community Edition – Enterprise Attack Surface Enumeration

EHLO again! I had the pleasure of speaking at QCon NYC last week and I must say it was a pretty damn good conference. Unlike most of the conferences I’ve spoken at, this one was a developer conference. For anyone that likes speaking on security-related topics, I can’t recommend speaking at… Continue Reading Addressing Security Regression Through Unit Testing – Part 1

I had the pleasure of speaking at HushCon East this past weekend. For anyone that hasn’t attended before, I can’t recommend it highly enough. Quality people, great venue, interesting talks – everything you could want from a hacker con. The talk that I gave was entitled Cloudstone – Sharpening Your Weapons Through… Continue Reading Cloudstone – Sharpening Your Weapons Through Big Data

Hello again ladies and gentlemen! My apologies for the delay in bringing this next installment of the Ghostbin’s Guts series to you – these past few months have been hectic. From quitting my job to trying to start a company to finding contract work to keep myself afloat, I’ve been… Continue Reading Ghost Got Secrets – Ghostbin’s Guts Part 2

I’m a fan of services that allow you to post and share random text with random people. There are a plethora of them out there (https://pastee.org/, http://pastebin.com/, https://cryptobin.org/, etc), and they all come with their own pros and cons. One of my favorites is Ghostbin partly due to its ease of… Continue Reading Ghost Got Secrets – Ghostbin’s Guts Part 1

Hello and welcome to the first installment of Pwnage Per Port! Today we will be discussing the oh-so-important SSH service which runs (most commonly) on TCP port 22. History Back in the early days of computing there was a little something called ARPANET, which was the predecessor of the Internet.… Continue Reading Pwnage Per Port – 22/open/tcp