rvm compilation issue - ruby 2.3.3, openssl

While trying to upgrade to the latest available ruby version I ran into a problem. It seemed to be a problem with rvm and after some googling I came across a decent solution. $ rvm install 2.3.3 Searching for binary rubies, this might take some time. »

New blog

This post marks the end of my Octopress blog. My blogging habits are non-existent, but Octopress and it’s configuration was an inhibitor to that. Upgrading to Octopress 3 seemed like a waste of time. Introduce Middleman! »

Plutarch's Lives - Coriolanus

Certainly, it was not out of suspicion of bribery and corruption that they required all such petitioners for their favour to appear ungirt and open, without any close garment; as it was much later, and many ages after this, that buying and selling crept »

Useful git tricks

A few git tricks I’ve learned recently that don’t belong in popular tutorials: git cat-file This tool cats the file contents from a specified commit hash. Incredibly useful in comparison to git-checkout, cat, git-checkout, etc. »

MITRE CTF 2014 - Forensics 300

The VM we’re given is a standard Ubuntu install from first glance and in order to access the system we’re going to need to find credentials for the user georgesr. Rather than wasting time trying to guess or crack the password we can reboot the VM and »