February 21, 2019

Category: Miscellaneous

PowerShell :: Parsing text output

I came across a really great way of parsing output from command line tools within PowerShell so had to right a quick blog about it here to share it.  Normally I like to cite my sources but I’ve lost track of the original stack overflow post that led me to this point… Sorry! This technique […]

SYN ACK Becomes CyberCBK

Given a recent dispute over our use of SYN ACK by Synack, we have been force to change our name. Going forward, we will be known as CyberCBK.co.uk – please update your bookmarks! Logos and social pages will follow suit shortly. We lose access to the domain on the 13th August 2018. Thank you all […]

Nominet :: A flawed organisation

Needless to say, the content of this post is my personal opinion, it’s biased, but based on my experiences whilst dealing with Nominet in a recent dispute related to this blog. I felt it necessary to write about my experiences with Nominet. As I have posted about recently, since March 2017 I have been involved […]

A sad day indeed.

Today, I must unfortunately announce the loss of our name SYNACK.co.uk. Since March 2017 I have been involved in a dispute with Synack.com regarding our use of the name “SYN ACK”. We have until 13th August 2018 to change our name. I’m not blind, I can see that Synack and SYN ACK contain the same […]

Docker :: interacting with containers and using dockerfiles

In part 1 to this series we installed Docker and got our very first container off the ground.  In this post, I want to take this a little further and build a new ubuntu image using a dockerfile.  A dockerfile is a file that docker can use to automatically modify an image by running commands, […]

Docker :: Getting start on Windows 10

Recently I was doing some hackery for a project and really struggled getting docker off the ground and serving up a website from within a container.  This particular project was on linux but actually docker can also run on Windows, using the “built in” functionality of Hyper V.  Not one to be defeated I set […]

OSPFv3 Virtual Link Configuration

In this article, you find many use cases for OSPF virtual links when and how they are used. We will dive into OSPFv3 for this example. All areas in an OSPF autonomous system must be physically connected to the backbone area (area 0). In some cases where this physical connection is not possible, Virtual-Links are […]

Mubix – Attacker Ghost Stories

This is a great video with some novel out-the-box methods for defending the modern enterprise.  I just had to share it as to date it’s got just over a thousand views and it’s actually got some really good, original content.  It’s hosted on YouTube so I have embedded it below.  Watch, learn and apply and […]

PowerShell :: Split a long string

Hi, When I was writing some VBA for a macro malware project, I soon realised that there was a limit on the length of a string declaration in VBA which meant I had to break up a large Base64 string into multiple concatenations.  This PowerShell scripts automates that process and could be easily modified for […]

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