1. Crack WiFi Passwords with aircrack

    Cracked my first wireless network today. A friend I made at a phone unlocking shop here in Kono district had a NetGear router he "found" and he couldn't reset the password to use it. I wanted to try to see if I could get into it myself before just restoring it to factory defaults. A few hours later with aircrack and its docs, I got as far as starting a brute-force attack on the router with a huge dictionary word list. Having made it far enough to just let it sit for the next 24 hours and crack, I decided to ... Read More

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  2. Dev Teams need a Chaos Monkey for Application Security

    With the semi-recent security breach on LinkedIn of emails and passwords I was pleasantly surprised to find when I logged into LinkedIn today that I was blocked and forced to confirm my identity, that I had just signed in "from an unfamiliar location (Rwanda)".

    I had actually logged in from Rwanda (so they got it right) and this is the level of ... Read More

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Started writing one year ago, the day after heading out to travel around the world for a year without a cause.
Current Location: New York, New York

Previously:
Mexico City, Mexico
Tokyo, Japan
Hanoi, Vietnam
Vientiane, Laos
Phuket, Thailand
Kathmandu, Nepal
Rajastan, India
Kerala, India
Mumbai, India
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Koidu, Sierra Leone
Mombasa, Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya
Kigali, Rwanda
Rwinkwavu, Rwanda
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Crack WiFi Passwords with aircrack

Dev Teams need a Chaos Monkey for Application Security