I had a blog hosted on Medium, but since that hosting became too annoying, I've shifted to Ghost to publish all my further work, as well as to act as my primary website. Thank you for reading.
I moved to Kochi before pandemic, and since then sort of got stuck here. But it has been a great time considering the situation, except for the internet. And I wholly blame BSNL for it. I live on 20th Floor, which means that phone signal is quite weak. To add
Following my post about the HoneyPot, and this port is about one of those attacks. While Mirai is no more the hot news, the most number attacks, albeit I hope mostly useless, start from this simple bot. In fact, this is the list of unique malware download attempts on my
Final setup, up close.I’m a really big fan of passive cooling rather than active cooling. In fact, as much as possible, I also prefer air cooling over water cooling. Not that I like to run my chips hot, it’s just that I don’t like the noise
This tiny guy has seen more attacks than Spartans!I had a Pi Zero W lying around my stuff. My original aim was to run a camera on top of it, but it seemed that Pi 3 handled the video processing much better than this tiny guy, so it was
I use a Pi4 4 GB model as my NAS. With it’s Gigabit LAN and USB 3.0 for my old portable HDDs, it makes a good installation for a casual NAS. I noticed somedays ago that running PiHole and Samba wasn’t pushing Pi hard enough, so I
This is a repost from my blog at Medium. I was going through some old files when I found a malware I’d decoded while fixing someone’s PC. Back in 2013, someone had asked me to get rid of a virus they had encountered. I formatted the hard drive,
TLDR: Don’t get a TK1 in 2021. TX1 and higher support TensorRT so may be more interesting. This post is a repost from Medium.I consider myself somewhat of an IoT enthusiast, since I work professionally on the north-side (cloud) and play around with a lot of microprocessor boards