Author Archives: Jason Lewis
Todo.txt, a command line todo list
Todo.txt is a shell based todo list manager. It reads and writes to text files, which makes it portable and easy to edit with other tools. I run a copy on my Mac, but you can run it anywhere you … Continue reading
The government leads in cyber-boring
Mike Subelsky has a great blog post where he writes about why you might not want a government cybersecurity job. I agree with all his points and even have some to add.
The Cybermen are coming!
In a recent AP article, a researcher describes a hypothetical scenario where given $100 million dollars he could build a cyber army in two years. Link here. I found this interesting because the tone of the article suggested that cyber … Continue reading
How to build a covert network with OpenVPN
There are many uses for a covert network, for this hypothetical scenario we are corporate spies and we need to exfiltrate data from our assets inside the target corporations network. I don’t think the concepts here are new, but I … Continue reading
Ubuntu LDAP client How To
This works with Ubuntu 10.04 clients using an OSX Snow Leopard OpenLDAP server. It should work with other variants, but I had such a terrible time finding documentation for ubuntu and osx, that I decided to post this.
EFW NAT Loopback
To allow users on internal interfaces to access the external IP, you need to add a Source NAT rule. This is sometimes referred as NAT Loopback. * Source: Network of your LAN subnet * Destination: GREEN/ORANGE * Service: ANY * … Continue reading
Network Analysis 2.0: Staying Ahead of the Threat Curve with AIRE
INTRODUCTION Automation, innovation, reaction and expansion (AIRE) are the foundation of the next generation of analysis techniques and tools – Network Analysis 2.0. The importance of data network analysis is often overlooked, but it impacts many areas including cyber defense, … Continue reading
Getting an image via tftp at the rommon prompt
* rommon 1 > IP_ADDRESS=192.168.11.11 * rommon 2 > IP_SUBNET_MASK=255.255.255.0 * rommon 3 > DEFAULT_GATEWAY=192.168.11.1 * rommon 4 > TFTP_SERVER=192.168.11.100 * rommon 5 > TFTP_FILE=c2600-io3-mz.122-9.bin * rommon 6 > tftpdnld
All of us here at ManTodd Industries look forward to celebrating Festivus. Below, you can find all the tools you need to make your Festivus Holiday a successful one.
I recently had to clean an infected Windows computer where the malware was impossible to remove while running windows. I couldn’t find a resource that had straight forward instructions on what to do when the malware was so entrenched that … Continue reading