Sun 07 June 2020
Since I have been learning more lately about pentesting, and playing on sites like tryhackme.com, I find myself starting with the same tools usually so I decided to write this short post about the process.
Sun 31 May 2020
You might get to a point where for some reason or another you find yourself needing to use more than one set of AWS CLI credentials.
Sun 24 May 2020
I will outline in this article the steps for creating a simple HTTP server in AWS using the EC2 service, running on Amazon Linux 2.
Sun 17 May 2020
The following procedure was tested in Kali Linux and Parrot OS, but it should work the same in other places, such as Ubuntu or Debian.
Sun 10 May 2020
In the last article I wrote that one of the options you have, when creating a lambda function in AWS that requires external modules, is to use a lambda layer that contains all these modules.
Sun 03 May 2020
When you have a Python script that uses modules, which are not included in the Python Standard Library, and want to run it as a lambda in AWS, you have two options.
Sun 26 April 2020
Let's say you create a cool little program that does some automation for you, or chore you need, and you then turn it into a lambda in AWS, but you don't want to go into the console and log in all the time you want to run it.
Sun 19 April 2020
While you can do all the things you need in AWS using the console, the AWS CLI offers a convenient way to control your environment from the terminal as well as to create simple or complex automations through scripts.
Sun 12 April 2020
AWS SAM or Serverless Application Model, is a framework for building serverless applications. There are several things I like about this framework.
Sun 05 April 2020
This article will show you how to install Jenkins on Ubuntu Server 18.04 that you will get up and running in VirtualBox on your machine.
Sun 29 March 2020
In AWS, control 1.3 of the CIS AWS Foundations talks about making sure that keys that are older than 90 days are disabled. You can check this manually of course using the AWS console as explained in the documentation or you can write a script that does those checks for you with python.
Sun 22 March 2020
Go to your AWS console and then go to S3. Start by creating the first bucket. This bucket will have to be the name of your domain.
Sun 15 March 2020
We want to be able to run a set of actions in AWS using a lambda function from one account by accesing the data in another account.
Sun 08 March 2020
From their own website Tailwind CSS is a highly customizable, low-level CSS framework that gives you all of the building blocks you need to build bespoke designs without any annoying opinionated styles you have to fight to override.
Sun 01 March 2020
Boto is a the AWS SDK for Python. It's a library that allows you to interact with the different AWS services. You can use it either on a computer/server to run all sorts of automation or to write lambda functions in your AWS account.
In this article I will …
Sun 23 February 2020
In the previous article I talked about creating the static website. Now it's time to deploy it. I started by creating a free account on Netlify.
One of the first things to consider would be the domain name. You can go with one that is provided by Netlify, or …
Sat 22 February 2020
Pelican is a static site generator written in Python. I decided to use it for my personal website and since this is the first post, I thought it would be very meta to document the experience.
The following steps were done on a Mac but they should work on other …
Website is powered by Pelican, which takes great advantage of Python. Icon from icons8. Template was built using Tailwindcss.