Today I want to introduce a new category and a new tutorial series: The AWS Tutorial Series. This series is specifically focused on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in combination with pfSense.
Finally, I found some time to continue this little series on OverTheWire Bandit Walkthrough Part 2 – Level 6 – 10!
Let’s dive right into it.
In this article, you learn how to install integration services on Kali Linux with Hyper-V and how to change the screen resolution.
A quick fix for Steam not starting on Linux Mint.
This fix worked for Linux Mint and Linux Mate for me. Follow along.
This time the first IT-Security related article. In this first part of the OverTheWire Bandit Walkthrough, I will help you get through the challenges.
The OverTheWire Bandit exercises are geared towards beginners and it’s a great to start your journey into penetration testing or ethical hacking
In this article you will learn how to install Guake Terminal and how to add it to autostart. Guake is a great little dropdown-terminal.
In this guide, I will show you how to improve surfing speed with pfSense using Namebench.
Namebench is a DNS benchmarking tool that measures the response time of your DNS servers and compares it to other publicly available DNS servers.
In this guide, I will show you how backup your pfSense Configuration and why it is important to do so.
Especially if you experiment around a lot, it’s an easy way to restore back to a working configuration. I had to use this feature many times and I usually keep my backups of a few different states.
In this pfSense DNS Server Guide, I want to give you an introduction into the world of DNS. What is DNS and what does it do inside of your pfSense box?
As you know these tutorials are more guided towards beginners, so I won’t go too deep into the material.