13 June 2017

In a Security-conscious world, I'd like to SHARE my Forensics references.....



.... And offer Three cheers to the folks at PACKT PUBLISHING for their FREE technical eBook every Day program!



       Clicking on THIS LINK:  Share Forensics  ...will take you to my MEDIAFIRE account & more specifically, the FORENSICS directory where I have copies of several eBooks related to the topic, specifically, "Practical Digital Forensics", "Learning Python for Forensics" & "Learning Linux Binary Analysis".



       These books [& the related code files!] are all from the PACKT PUBLISHING & their "Free Learning -- Free Technology Books" program where each day a different book [& any related code files from the text] are given away to registered users for FREE -- all you have to do is VISIT their page at https://www.packtpub.com/packt/offers/free-learning once a day for a new technical book!



       Interested in Raspberry Pi's? They have quite a few references. Are you a Java programmer? Python? Dart? D? R? All of the languages that make the World Wide Web work have references & training books for learning or expanding your knowledge.



       Security is one of those geeky topics that I find interesting & the RANGE of books offered -- from Kali-specific [Kali Linux is a security-evaluation-specific Linux distro] to Forensics [like the three books above] to utilizing Python & other tools -- is bound to include SOMETHING of interest to you if you also enjoy _technical_ reading about security tools & applying them in Real-World situations.



       So go sign up for an account & visit just once a day to see what the latest offering is -- anyone in a computer-related field is almost certain to find at least one,.. & probably more... (-; technical eBooks that they will find interesting on the PACKT PUBLISHING website....





                                                        ......DethB4DCaf..........


10 March 2015

And last but not least, we have Flo Flotsam...

Flotsam is a solid Iowa farm cat, & at 17 pounds she is a bit smaller than her litter mate "George Jetsam" who passed away in March 2011 (complications following treatment for a bladder blockage).

This handsome long-haired grey tabby is Chio....

....& in addition to being Princess Buttercup's litter mate, this average-size tabby is the only male cat currently in my household. Even before the littlest ones started trying to get him to play this poor little guy was "shell-shocked"  by all the attention my first female cat (Munchkin) showed him /-: apparently _any_ time I left them alone.
       Poor Chio is so shy & has spent so much time hiding under beds & couches that my parents have seen nothing but pictures & a grey tail flying past as he changes hiding places.

This is Princess Buttercup...

....a small Tortoise shell feline that epitomizes the definition of a house cat, spending most of her time between snacks sleeping. She & her litter mate were born on Valentine's Day, 2000.