My websites ebb and flow. After 23 years of writing online, I am recognizing recurring patterns. Like living organisms, like seasons, like universes in a crazy cosmological model my websites breathe.
If you can edit certificate templates, you can impersonate the Active Directory Forests's Enterprise Administrator by logging on with a client certificate. Proof-of-Concept: How to do this, using a Linux attack client.
If you test / 'hack' Windows Domain join and logon from your rogue client, you need to think about DNS Locator records.
Austria has a surprisingly high number of solar thermal collectors per inhabitant. Why?
Like my other internet poetry, but based on physical search results in a real book.
Since the virus outbreak I am in the habit of re-reading my favorite books. Foucault's Pendulum is the book of choice here - Umberto Eco's 1988 novel on conspiracy theories.
Google poetry, snippets from random search results. To be used in the order you stumble upon them.
Many long-term remote workers share their experiences - here are some random thoughts of mine. For many years, an onsite appointment has been the exception for me.
I have always been a minimalist, long before it was fashionable and a movement. I have been disposing and donating stuff relentlessly. I've felt - and still do - that sentimental items are time capsules.
The Golgafrinchans tried to get rid of the useless third of their population: Hairdressers, account executives, management consultants, insurance salesmen, jingle writers - and telephone sanitizers.