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Home Lab Environment for Security Testing

Building a Home Lab for Cyber Security testing and functions. AI Generated Image

Why Build a Home Lab for Security Testing? In the Cyber Security field, theoretical and book knowledge pales in comparison to the insight gained from hands-on experience and¬†doing the thing. This article kicks off a series dedicated to those wanting to get started in this field, or those who are already working in the field […]

Migrating Home Assistant to Proxmox

Migrating Home Assistant from a Raspberry Pi to a ProxMox server

Migrating Home Assistant from a Raspberry Pi to Proxmox for stability and speed. A series of articles on the process and gotchas to watch out for

My Home Automation Journey

Man sitting on the floor with many logos for various platforms

My current Home Automation project, its fits and starts and testing between Hubitat and Home Assistant – my final choice and where to go next

More OWASP fun with ChatGPT

OWASP Security - three monitors one malicious choose well

Continuing to mess around with my research into things I can do with the ChatGPT-4 Large Language Model and training developers on some basics of the OWASP Top 10 secure coding vulnerabilities. In this week’s episode, I have expanded on the prompts I used in prior articles, and have gotten the AI to go deeper […]

Flickr once again

Flickr again, or never say “Never” Just a quick post. I have started using Flickr again to publish my photos in full size and resolution. I will continue to post them here on the photoblog as well, but storing the full sized files can get quite painful. Come on over and take a look! I […]

ChatGPT-4: not always what you ask

ChatGPT? Artificial Intelligence mapping of the human brain. Image used under Creative Commons License ... "Artificial Intelligence - Resembling Human Brain" by deepakiqlect is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Shall we play a game? In my continuing saga of messing around with OpenAI‘s ChatGPT-4’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Large Language Model (LLM), I have noticed that its not always what you ask it, but rather how you phrase your questions ChatGPT-4 rightly has a number of safeguards in place to prevent it from providing information […]

ChatGPT 4.0 – more blogging via Artificial Intelligence

[Author’s Note] The following was part of my testing of artificial intelligence (specifically ChatGPT’s) ability to write technical blog posts and also create training materials for developers to better understand secure coding practices. I used ChatGPT 4.0 for this and may go back and refine the prompts I used to get more complex examples, but […]

Fooling around with ChatGPT 4.0

Messing around with ChatGPT 4.0 So, like a lot of people I have been intrigued by ChatGPT and now that the 4.0 version has been released, I’ve signed up for a paid account to see what else I can do with it. I’ve gone down a few rabbit holes with the previous release, messing with […]