Tag Archives: psych0tik

10 Year Anniversary!

Ten years ago today, I released my first blog post on SamuraiNet and began my career as a blogger. Over the years there have been many changes, ranging from content types (or lack there of) to the merge with Psych0tik … Continue reading

Posted in psych0tik News, SamuraiNet Archive | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The psych0tik domain parking host

Over the years we at the psych0tik network have amassed a number of domains.  Some of these, such as proxyElite.net or samurainet.org, were previously used to provide our services, while other domains have never seen real use.  Like the proper … Continue reading

Posted in psych0tik News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Automating Security Analysis

A few months ago I began working on a short paper to generate CPEs used for renewing my GIAC/SANS certifications. With few requirements around what the content or format of the paper had to be, this left me opened to writing about something I truly enjoy – automation. Continue reading

Posted in Articles, Guides | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

QuickBlog: Trac, SVN, Python and threads

It’s been a long time since I’ve done any reasonable blogging.  Between work and life, my plate has be been full and the last thing on my list usually is “write a blog about stuff you’ve done.”  More times than … Continue reading

Posted in QuickBlogs | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

IRC Upgrades (and downtime) … [and other issues]

The IRC has been a bit dodgy the week due to some updates we’ve been working to push out.  As part of our irregular upgrade cycles, I’ve been working on getting Storm re-built and back online.  A large part of … Continue reading

Posted in psych0tik News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

A look at PHP session write locks

Recently, I was working on a web application in which we were passing PHP session IDs around to emulate users.  As a result, the app experienced severe slowness on page load as well as in a few other places.  Upon … Continue reading

Posted in Articles, Hax | Tagged , , | 1 Comment