On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security and Outdoor Sports – but you will also find other recommendations from time to time.
All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.
It was 2012 when we spent a short weekend hiking around the area of the Rheinwaldhorn in Switzerland.
It’s good to have friends in Lucerne – because from there it’s just a short trip with the car to one of the dozens small but amazing hiking possibilities which basically surround the city.
While huge companies make huge investments in regards to intrusion detection, you can do it for private purposes also the easy and low-cost way.
I want to demonstrate that setting up a baseline logging & notification system is super easy and comes with no additional cost. However, it is still highly effective and could seriously help you to detect malicious actors that were able to get access to your login credentials. My walkthrough below was tested on a standard Kali built but should work on all standard linux systems with openssh-server installed. Continue reading Slack-based Intrusion Detection – the easy Way
When we first packrafted the Lech River in 2013, it was clear that we will come back one day – in May 2018 we did.