Knowing when to call it quits or pivot is an important life skill. Unfortunately, this time has come for ExploitHub.
Are you interested in trying a ketogenic diet but don’t want to give up your sweets? Are you actively maintaining a ketogenic diet but keep derailing your ketosis because you cheat too much with the sugar? Then have I got a new Thing for you!
Hey blog readers! I just wanted to post here that I’m now contributing to the BodyHacking Con’s blog. I’ll be writing primarily about my own personal experiences in the realm of bodyhacking, with my first post being about Nootropics, the Alchohol Flush Reaction, and the ALDH2 Gene.
There has been a lot of speculation recently regarding whether or not I am Satoshi Nakamoto, the infamous creator of Bitcoin, and more recently whether or not a Bitcoin address which I control was used to fund the Silk Road marketplace. I would like to address these two issues now and hopefully put them to […]
I’ve just recently returned from REcon 2012 and while I heard a couple people express that they had “heard” that some people were more disappointed with this year’s conference compared to prior ones, I personally really enjoyed it and felt it was the best one yet. I saw and enjoyed more of the lectures this […]
A couple of weekends ago I hosted my first information security and hacking conference called InfoSec Southwest here in Austin, Texas. Having been attending such conferences for over fifteen years, and being involved with those in such capacities as speaker, volunteer, and sponsor, I had a general idea of the amount of work that this […]
A few years ago, following the failure of WabiSabiLabi’s 0day auction site, I gave some thought to how to create a public marketplace for exploits that actually works. Obviously given the example of WabiSabiLabi and a little common sense that any vulnerability researcher worth their salt would know, you can’t have a public market for […]
On a recent trip to Orlando, I opted out of the full-body scan at AUS, as I always do at every airport security checkpoint. While waiting for my pat-down, I was lectured by the TSA gate agent about how safe they are, was subsequently questioned about my cellphone use as a radiation exposure comparison, and […]
A few years ago, the idea came up at our local AHA! meeting that our group should host an information security and/or hacking conference here in Austin, Texas. Some venue ideas were tossed around, some preliminary cost research done, but the idea never went much beyond that due to a number of reasons, foremost of […]
It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted anything here other than the occasional conference report, and there are many more of those in draft form from the past two years that I didn’t even get around to finishing up and actually posting… This is due to a variety of reasons, some of which include […]