Evaluating Cybersecurity Simulators

HTB is the big competitor to Haaukins... So we are setting up a lab and are looking at hardware and software for it. While the IT is giving us the go-around treatment ("We want to host vulnerable machines" doesn't sit well with the IT), I get to play with nice toys. I checked out the... Continue Reading →

vɑlˈhɑ lə or wɛlhel’e

Hold on to your seats, its profound revelation time. Now many of you think of Valhalla as vɑlˈhɑ lə. A hall full of brave warriors exchanging stories of guts and glory. A hall full of smokes from boars turning on spits, where the mead never runs dry. Danes think of Valhalla as wɛlhel'e. I am... Continue Reading →

Personal Privacy Online – New Course Materials

As part of an Industriens Fond initiative, we have been developing cybersecurity adjacent courses for the general Danish public. One of the courses we developed is personal privacy for the youth. The course is designed for high school students, and freshmen. The topics we cover are: Stalking and CyberbullyingCorporate Tracking and Add Supported Business ModelsGovernment... Continue Reading →

A Different Kind of Ransomware: Cloud Services

Over the years, I recommended using a password manager to hundreds of students... I often recommended popular services on the grounds of convenience. Last month Last Pass announced it would seriously limit the free tier forcing me to do a lot of self reflection about those recommendations. From today onward, last pass would only work... Continue Reading →

Painted the Summoner

So tonight I painted the summoner. It was a relatively quick paint job. Begining to end less than 45 minutes, including the setup time for the paints, water and, palette. In this figurine I used lots of washes, and wet blending. It was also a trial for the object source lightning (OSL) as the staff... Continue Reading →

My Trials with Danish

I have been taking Danish lessons for almost two years now. I turn on the Danish news every once in a while to see what I understand, as my Czech friends would put it "Rozumim hovno". "Alright" I say to myself, "no worries, you will understand it some day." No need to freak out, learning... Continue Reading →

Improved Wet Palette and Quartermaster

Last night I painted the Quartermaster from Gloomhaven. After seeing the benefits of the wet palette, I wasn't going back. So I went out and bought some white Swedish sponge (Those cleaning cloths made of cellulose fiber). I used this instead of the paper towels I used last time. I must say this wasn't a... Continue Reading →

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