This page houses the various projects I’m working on that aren’t blog posts, primers or essays (which live under /blog and /study. This includes everything from major projects, captured original ideas, to collections of preferences that need organization. It’s essentially the home for anything that I’m working on or that defines me in some way.
- Unsupervised Learning
My weekly show where I handpick information security and technology stories, and talk about why they matter. Available in both Podcast and Newsletter formats. Link
We all have ideas, but few capture them in an organized way. This resource serves as the list of my ideas worth remembering and sharing.
A collection of fascinating concepts that should be taught throughout one’s education. Examples include the naturalistic and moralistic fallacies, the theory of constraints, the Dunning-Kruger effect, etc.
- Content Extraction
A collection of concise nuggets of wisdom distilled from numerous sources over my lifetime. Every book I read, every movie I watch, every conversation I have—these all serve as potential sources for learning, and when a discrete concept is found it is captured here.
A project where I read books and distill the concepts into an extremely concise summary for myself and others..
Services that I’ve built to be consumed by the public. Examples include things like site technology stack checking, custom methodology, etc.
- The GT Rating System
A system for predicting someone’s performance. Applies to many different things, but will likely be most useful for people hiring partners or employees.
A development project of mine where security professionals can test opaque tokens for meaning.
A security project of mine that collects and organizes various types of security list for use by security professionals during assessments. Examples include usernames, passwords, fuzzing, URLs, etc.
A security project of mine where a dynamic assessment benefits from the sourcecode provided. You point this tool at a source code directory, and it will request each of the pages found through a proxy.
- Atheist Debate Reference
A collection of arguments to be used when discussing religion with believers.
- What I Would Have Taught My Children
A list of subjects that I would have been sure to cover thoroughly for my children. A potential short book. Still being worked on.
- CTF Solution Reference
A security project of mine where the various types of solutions for CTFs are organized in one place. The idea is not to give specific examples of solutions, but rather solution types that can remind one of an approach to consider.
A project designed to capture the essential grammar mistakes so that people can avoid them.
- Web Application Security Testing Resources
A project that collects and organizes web application security testing resources.
In addition to those listed, I also have a large number of other programming projects on Github.
These are anthologies of my preferences for key things in life. I have captured them because doing so in an organized fashion teaches you about yourself, and being able to share them with others is a concise way to learn about someone.
- There is vast variance in the completeness and quality of these projects. Some are nearly finished and look great; others are mere beginnings and haven’t been optimized for look and feel. I’m working on getting them all up to the higher standard.