• Static Jekyll site with S3, CloudFront & CodePipeline

    Through my day job I been exposed a lot to AWS. I really like AWS and I think they create some cool services. Until now I have hosted this website on my own server (AWS EC2) using a stack of Ubuntu, Apache and Jekyll. With alternative solutions than doing everything yourself being all the rage now I decided to get rid of managing the server and try to host my website on AWS S3 instead. Yesterday I went ahead and did this migration. It was fairly easy and I went ahead and tweeted about it to which I got this reply by my friend Olle.

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  • H1-702 2018: Writeups

    The last two weeks Hackerone have been hosting a CTF as a qualifier for their Las Vegas H1-702 event. The goal was to solve a few Android challenges and a web challenge. To qualifiy for the main event you had to, apart from solving the levels, submit writeups of how you did it. These are the writeups I submitted for my solutions.

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  • SANS Holiday Hack Challange 2017: Writeup

    SANS hosted their yearly Holiday Hack Challenge this year as well. It was a fun event, even though I think the story/non-hacking part was better last year. Here is my writeup of the challenges. It's not the most thorough writeup I've done but it outlines my process of solving them.

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  • H1-212 2017: Writeup

    Hackerone is hosting an event in New York this december and ran a CTF as a secondary way to get an invite to the event. I visited the H1-702 event in Las Vegas this summer and it was really fun so of course I had to give this a shot as well. The following information was given on the CTF page.

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  • SEC-T 2017 Talk: Unauthenticated encryption in the wild

    Earlier this fall at SEC-T 2017 I gave a talk about unauthenticated cryptography. The recording of the talk is available online at the SEC-T YouTube channel.

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