Here I explain some system administration on UNIX’s Set User ID, or SUID with a short video tutorial after the break. In UNIX, we can have files (binaries) that can run as the owner of the file. No matter who executes it. This is called a SUID attribute. You can set a file to SUID[…]
Here is the first screenshot from my development (Click for full sized view): ~Douglas.
One of my Beta testers hosts his own infosec training course called “Ninja Security.” I had the pleasure of taking some of the course materials (Real world Penetration Testing) and, even though they were in Arabic language, the OS, presentations, and configuration files were all in English, so it wasn’t hard to follow along at[…]
Thomas d’Otreppe’s latest work on creating an open source WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention system) at DerbyCon: This is a good video, and his methods are creative, but all of which are some things I have been thinking over for about 2 years now. My first implementation of an openWIPS (which took me about a year[…]
The mailing lists are compiled. The kernel is under dev. A few of you already asked about e17 and it looks like I am sticking with FluxBox for the window manager. There are still a few bugs in e17 that get under my skin and FB is super light weight. If you have any requests[…]