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…

My Homelab Journey

Below you’re going to see my different homelabs. I started doing what I now called Homelabing back in 2010 and man, it’s been a ride looking at old images. I’ll try to remember what things were/did but no promises. 🙂 Homelab 1: The Parent’s House This was my workspace back at my parent’s house during my teenage years. It was very much the reason for the big power bill! I was lucky when IRead More…

Working On Magic Wheelchair

Hey friends! I’m collaborating with some amazing artists and makers from Artisan’s Asylum Artisans Asylum in the coming months to create epic costumes for kids with disabilities by incorporating their wheelchairs into the designs. Check out the Magic Wheelchair project and if you can, please support our endeavor to create something magical for Angelle! In the coming weeks, you’ll see updates toRead More…