Commodore 64 Rebuild – Part 1

This is part one of my Commodore 64 rebuild. I really didn’t know what I was getting into with this project, but I wanted to rebuild a Commodore into a RetroPi machine. I wanted this cleaned up, remade, and have a new look. I also wanted the keyboard to work and not replaced. Part one is me getting started on the project, part 2 will be paint and electronics. Read More…

Smoke Master 9000

So for a while, I really wanted a smoker. But I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on one, especially if I didn’t know if I would actually like doing it. So when one of my buddies gave me a really crappy smoker that he found on the side of the road, I decided I was going to make my own to try smoking out for myself. The grill (s) Here are the initial pictures of the smoker I was given. As yRead More…

How I Found An S3 Vulnerability.

It all started back in 2018 with the below email: I selected the link within the email it brought me to the following URL. Notice it’s a straight S3 link to a public S3 URL, with PII in it. (Take my word on that) :). So I sent this email: To which they responded: Now, remember, this is 2018: right at the height of the S3 bucket madness. You couldn’t go a single month wiRead More…

Dell N Series – No Free IP Address To Offer In Pool

At this site we installed a new Dell N Series core replacing a bunch of old junk. As I’m doing the new build I moved all the DHCP requests to the core and away from windows which took care of all the DHCP requests. This was on a off day with no one around (Duh replacing the core) and I was not really worried. After about 30 minutes my console is filling up with the below messages. Note: Yes it’Read More…

Flipper Zero — Tamagochi for Hackers Backed.

With 37,987 backers and almost 5 million dollars (the original goal was $60,000), I’d say they did exceptionally well. They added some new features from when this Kickstarter began. One significant addition is an SD card slot! With that addition, it would be a good guess that this device will be able to be used as a jump drive. The Flipper will have an NFC and Bluetooth, regardless ofRead More…

Can I have pumpkin spice yet ?

An overall silly site I made. It was built out of anger when I started to smell Pumpkin in the middle of summer.. What makes the magic happen (Code below). Just a simple script that changes the content of the site from 9-22 to 11-01. <body> <div id=”answer”></div> <script> var answer = “Fuck it, Its 2020, Go Nuts.”; var today = new Date(); var nowRead More…

Flipper Zero — Tamagochi for Hackers

A super cool hacking tool that I just backed.  The basic’s, It’s like… a digital skeleton key. Kinda. But for everything from TVs to front gates. That being said, it can do a lot more from the looks of it. U2F, RFID Reader, and what I’m very excited about is the GPIO functions.  For people talking about “Is it Legal” It’s just a piece of hardware. Legality is determined by your usage. Read More…

YoloColo Rack Specifications

Here’s a look at the rack buildout Specifications for YoloColo: The Rack Buildout 2 ASA5506’s in Active-Standby 1 ASA Mount Tray (54 shipped) 1 AC Infinity CONTROLLER 12 1 Buffalo Nas (3410dn) 6TB (VMware Backups Only) 1 Synology 4 bay NAS DiskStation DS418 27 TB (main storage) – These have shucked WD 10 TB Elements Desktop Hard Drives 4 Total 1 Raspberry Pi Mount System 1 11 TB Disk ArRead More…

YoloColo Rack Build

This is my playland or what I call YoloColo.It’s a pretty neat set up that I designed myself. Rack layout As you can see, I built a custom rack. This is the stupidest thing I did in this entire process of moving out of the old DC and into my maker space. I had this “vision” to make it looks like a Star Trek computer core that why it’s that StarShip gray color. This turned into a GRead More…