The future home of “Everything is a file”.
This is the status page of Everything is a File, a course I am building about doing Incident Response on NIX-like operating systems such as the BSDs and Linux/GNU.
Being a technologist, I am often engrossed in older security technologies such as letter locking, making wax and sealing with it as well as exploration of paper types and treatments to make them resilient.
Growing up in a forest I developed a strong admiration and respect for nature. I enjoy bringing nature indoors as well as growing my own food.
Presentations of mine.CSOOutlook-June2015-TakingControlWithCriticalSecurityControls.pdf
This project was started in response to a disturbing realization that there is a lack of people with Linux and BSD experience that are able to administer a system let alone perform incident response or forensics on one. In short, we need more people saying “It’s a UNIX System. I know this!”
I can be contacted via the email address below, or on social media. Additionally you can check out my online biography.
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*BSD is used to reference OpenBSD, FreeBSD, HardenedBSD, and NetBSD. With respect to Linux, the GNU toolset from the Free Software Foundation (FSF) is recognized as the predominant tooling, and in this class we’ll be using the Debian distribution. The GNU/Linux/Debian distribution will be referred to by the shorthand of “Debian” not the full nomenclature.
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