A Hacker’s Log is the chronicle of my time in cyber security. (Kind of like Star Trek’s “captain’s log”.) Starting tomorrow, I’ll be adding daily course notes as I work to improve my basic cyber security knowledge and perhaps earn a certification or two. Eventually I’m angling to earn the OSCP, but we’re going to start with the basics.
I’ll also occasionally be writing about other personal projects, as well as my thoughts on big events and the state of cyber security (if you’re looking for something other than hacking and cybersecurity, you should try my personal site).
Useful notes will be ported into A Hacker’s Notes. Indexes of particular “series” of posts (such as all my notes about a particular course or CTF) will also live there.
Tomorrow I’ll be starting on the TryHackMe Pre Security sequence. Which may prove to be too basic for me, but I suspect will help fill in some holes I know I have in my knowledge (I’m not very strong in either networking or Windows administration). Based upon my experiences with that sequence, I’ll decide where to go next.
For the next 9 months, most of the posts here will be my notes from TryHackMe and ITPro.TV courses, as well as miscellaneous self-paced CTFs. After that…
I don’t know. But I’m excited to find out.
Won’t you join me on my journey?