And here are some countermeasures for those who like on Github.
Never a bad time to be reminded of a good old TLS flow explanation.
Many of you, as I, have experienced “black screen” in running VMs when using VMware after upgrading MacOS to Catalina.
You can easily fix this by checking the “Screen recording” setting, in System Preferences/Security & Privacy such as this. After checking the box, quit VMware and you are good to go!
Working with IT and system development security especially, the ever changing tech stack makes it hard to be up to date on what is trustworthy tools and not.
Stackshare is great in such a way they provide you with an overview of stacks and who is using what.
Google Firebird make app and user management easy and accessible. Just tested it using Android Studio and a free Spark Firebird plan. Had a blast following the basic setup guide from Firebird, utilising Google sign-in it worked like a charm.
If you are new to both Android and Firebird database and user sign-in, check out this guide from Raywenderlich.
Threatpost made this practical guide, however this is more a journey of architecting. Read more.
Had fun designing and printing in 3D a house to be built, for someone in the family. It started with me photographing some entrepreneur sketches for the house they are planning to build.
Supporting open source, Cyberpunk/n0where.net, gives both practical tips and news for tools that a cyber security geek would love. And the best part is its rating feature for all published articles. E.g., here I found the SELKS distro.
Check out these categories I found especially interesting:
Another “black-hat” site, spyhood, for security practitioners who like to learn from cyber security tools, games and news you can learn from.
The guides are rather trivial (or made trivial:)) with illustrations, step-by-step instructions and screenshots. Just played with the security camera recently.