I got the opportunity this year to attend the QCON London conference, ran my InfoQ, and would absolutely recommend it to anyone interested or working in the software engineering industry, that’s proficient with technical language and subjects. Most talks were aimed at a general wider audience, from engineers to CTOs, with abstract high-level material, rather than getting too down...
For those using log tools such as Splunk, you can setup alerts. These will run queries every so often and trigger actions when conditions are met e.g. count of events surpasses a threshold.
This post is about pushing those alerts from Splunk to Slack. When an alarm is...
Burner phone? Check. Laptop wiped? Check. Few WN722N adapters? Check.
It was that time of year again, where the InfoSec community got together in Las Vegas for the world’s largest hacking conference, with an estimated 25,000 people, for three day of: talks, hacking and drinking.
My side project for the last few months.
A simple cross-platform modern password manager, with the ability to synchronize a password database over SSH and make automatic backups.
Recently I have transitioned my website to be statically generated, using Jekyll, and moved hosting to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Not only does it load faster, due to being distributed around the world using AWS CloudFront, but it but it’s easier to maintain and reduces the potential to be attacked. And costs less!
During October 2016, Papa Johns held a competition to promote their Papa Rewards system, whereby users could enter an e-mail and potentially win Papa Reward points, or receive a £10 discount.
This page contains a summary of my achievements whilst at the University of East Anglia, studying Computer Science.
As apart of a promotion between the 1st of September until the 31st of October 2012, the game allows students to win Nando’s Gift Cards worth £600 - with three of them up for grabs, hence £1,800 of value. To win the prize, one must simply play the game and fill-in their...