- Phil Cryer
3 3This repository contains the source code for my long running blog, circa 2005.
0 0A simple Docker setup to serve the latest version of fak3r.com (you can substitute your own site, see the 'Build your own' section below) in NGINX as a static website generated from source by Jekyll. Docker will expose port 80 to localhost port 8080 so you can view it in a browser. This could easily be deployed to a server and shared publicly.
0 0Code that'll help you kickstart a personal website that showcases your work as a software developer.
28 24A set of ebay listing templates in bootstrap
2 1If you don't know I'm not going to tell you.
0 0Monitoring demo using the TICK stack and Grafana on Docker.
0 0The code for my personal homepage, philcryer.com, built with Hugo.
0 0A memorial site for Hackers and Infosec people who have passed
2 2A script that uses nmap to sweep a subnet looking for ports with SSL certs, then querying those certs to discover upcoming expiration dates.
1 0WarBerryPi - Tactical Exploitation
0 0i wwebsite as on the internet
0 0BYOB (Build Your Own Botnet)
0 0randota = randomize twitter avatar = randomize a user's Twitter avatar from the commandline
2 0A Chef cookbook for htop
861 59lipsync sets up a lightweight service that provides command-line, Dropbox like syncing
46 25Use hashcat to crack WPA2 PSK (Pre-Shared Key) passwords!
42 5Consolidating common, repeatable, secure nginx configs in a globals directory to standardize and simplify the locking down of nginx based webservers.
21 2A script using Docker to quickly bring up some honeypots exposing 16 services. For research, reconnaissance, and fun. (DISCLAIMER may not be fun, not to be taken internally, aim away from face)
17 3Discoveries focused on running Linux, and other open source operating systems, on the Lenovo ThinkPad x220.
15 6Create stacks (aka stax) on AWS (Amazon Web Services) in a private VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) with failover NAT nodes proxying network traffic to elastic CoreOS clusters running Docker.
4 0A Bash script that creates a random CloudApp short URL (ie http://cl.ly/xxxx), checks that URL and if it finds content it, downloads it. Rinses, and repeats.
3 0My configs, dotfile, and some handy-dandy one liners. Auto distributed via philcryer/basejump
3 0My dotfiles for profile bash, zsh, git, vim, etc. now distributed via philcryer/basejump
3 0This script downloads, installs and configures the latest version of the djatoka, the open source image server with support for jpeg2000.
3 1A script to automate the retrieving of public data in JSON using Facebook's Graph API and deposing them into CouchDB
2 0checks the availability of websites and APIs, providing notification alerts via OSD (Notify OSD, growl) and voice (eSpeak, say). For Linux and Mac OS X
2 1Scripts to download, query and test files at Internet Archive, and then check those files into Fedora-commons digital repository.
1 2Basejump helps automate the setup of apps, dotfiles, configs, and one-liners in Linux/macOS. It could help you too! (DISCLAIMER it might not)
1 0privacy and anonymity for everyone
0 0Automation for the People
0 0A tool to talk to the Cronitor (https://cronitor.io/) API.
0 0@holman does dotfiles
0 0ramlog like for systemd on debian 8 jessie (Put log into a ram folder)
0 2A simple, minimized Docker image of tyk.io (http://tyk.io), which is an open source, lightweight, fast and scalable API Gateway.
0 0A base bash script with built-in 'best practices' I've learned over the years; use it as a framework to build your own scripts.
0 0a working prototype