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So I realized I never actually followed back up with my experiment. I gave it a pretty solid college try and did a lot of stuff with WSL and VMs but it just never felt right, always felt that big brother was watching which in the grand scheme of things isn't wrong but why would they care. But the direction Microsoft was taking with windows to start was eeeehhhh, then Windows 11 came out. Gave that a shot too and realized it wasn't where I was wanting to follow. I might try living on a Mac for a while because Arm FTW and I got one through a back to school raffle thing and my PC laptop is getting questionable after getting beat around enough, but that will be probably until I get the cash together to get a framework laptop.

In the end my laptop and mobile machine really is just a dumb terminal to write, browse the web, chat, and connect to my much more powerful desktop, so in the end while its critical what it runs is less so as long as I can get VIM, VSCode, SSH, and a decent terminal editor on it.

Over the past few weeks and months, looking at various roles and jobs, I have had an increasing need to move my mobile machine back to windows


In an increasingly connected world we are starting to see more sophisticated attacks being commoditized and sold very similar to how you would buy a word processing suite. Due to this we are seeing a surge in movement toward the removal of trusted networks and apps and an increase in isolation and security domains. While that is a great start I honestly thing we could do better and we should not only avoid trusting anything in the stack we need to have ubiquitous low impact monitoring of every part of the system.


This is the initial post for the domain. There are some things here I will have to pull over but keep your eyes peeled.

The main goal here will be for me to put my stream of technical discoveries and howtos

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