What was it like enabling Google Advanced Protection?

What was it like enabling Google Advanced Protection?

tldr; Boring.. it was really boring. It's the 27th of January, 2018. And yes, I've just signed into Google's Advanced Protection.. let's see how this goes. Fast-forward to now.. March I think the only hurdle was that apparently I had signed into YouTube on the TV. I don't even really ... Read More
BeEF Dormant DOM demonstration

Dormant DOMination

/ / AppSec, beef, work
Introduction In the midst of "trying to be creative", I thought I should finally pull my finger out and catch up on some work that I haven't had a chance to blog about. Especially as Michele has progressed from bugging me about pushing up this code, to ... Read More
Keeping Up-to-date

Keeping Up-to-date

/ / Personal, work
One of my favourite questions to ask an interviewee is "How do you keep on top of all the security news?" Sure, it's not a technical question, it's not even really much of a cultural question. But given 1 or 2 minutes, I think this is a quick and inter ... Read More
Of hackers and musicians

Of hackers and musicians

/ / Development, Personal, tools, work
What qualities do you look for when you're hiring information security professionals, and in particular ‘hackers'? I won't pretend to be an expert at this, and certainly would prefer you read material from both Cory Scott and Thomas Ptacek on hiring talent if you haven't already. But I think I ... Read More