Coming up with blog ideas is hard sometimes. Like many others, I found myself searching for ‘blog ideas’. I came across two good infographics to help my lame self.
I just came up with this on my own, got excited, then saw this this technique has been around for a couple years already, but what the hell? I already wrote the post, so here you go:
For newcomers to C, whether you are new to programming in general or just are used to living in HLL land, pointers can get confusing fast. Here is one trick I used to keep my code readable when I was getting my C sea-legs.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION Move along…
So you are just starting out with nmap and metasploit. You learn how to run some port scans and fire up msfconsole. One of the biggest questions that people have is:
There are many reasons to customize any computer’s login screen, from fun/”leetness” to corporate branding and legal notices. However, it is notoriously difficult to find a painless way to do it on modern Ubuntu. You’ll find sites with irrelevant advice for older versions, sites that tell you to install this or that package, dead end forums, and other no-funs. BUT you won’t have to go through all that. I was able to find
the perfect a way for you to easily customize your Ubuntu 16.04 login screen.
Pop quiz, hotshot: You wake up still groggy from the new year party the night before. Everyone is still asleep. What do you do?