096-Lessons Learned From My Latest Doxxing Attack by The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show

096-Lessons Learned From My Latest Doxxing Attack by The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show This week, Jason and I discuss lessons to be learned after an online group tried to dox me because of a forum post. Also, I provide a full review of Skopenow.com and we take listener questions.

Firefox Slow to Startup, Using Large Amounts of RAM?

Part of my structure and workflow with browsers – Firefox in this case – and one of the innovations I use to structure my browser is Pinned Tabs. Depending on the browser – different machines have different contexts and so different sets of Pinned Tabs in their browsers – I could have between 6 and […]

Subnetting and CIDR, a Pain in the Ass Worth Knowing

When it comes to networking, CIDR and subnetting are not something I’m particularly good or fast at because I haven’t bothered to memorize the most popular subnets – things like /22, 255.255.248.0 and blah. I was taught to work it out in binary, which is a pain in the ass, but correct. So because I […]

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