The valve cap came in for my summer project. An 80s (?) Dahon California, in need of some love and attention.

Before and after

masterofnil:

disruptiveperception:

wndsn:

masterofnil:

Started putting together a ‘electronic warfare’ kit.
A few of the more gadget related things that I have been carrying in a more organized way. Just started tossing in things that would be useful, more to come as I think on it. Need to grab a field notes for making notes and sketches, maybe print out and laminate useful terminal commands till I get them down. Anyway, it’s a start. Suggestions?

Nice. Here’s a list of command line tricks:
http://cfenollosa.com/misc/trickster
(via
redteamsblog
)

USB stick with at a minimum TOR Browser, preferably the latest version of TAILS so you can boot from the stick and use the computer with out leaving a footprint.
Kali Linux on another stick is great for forensics and pentest tools.
Also worth keeping a hidden encrypted stash of important docs on one of them. Scans of passport, driving license, insurance etc.
Redteams.net are talking about showing how to make a fire&forget SOS USB stick…
Just my $0.02 worth.

Lots of good stuff thrown out so far, and a few questions.
Gloves, pen, few lock picks (hook and half diamond), 8 GB USB with Kali Live (Persistent Encrypted), Phone charger, TP-Link TL-WN722N Wireless USB adapter (My main comp has a broadcom card, needed something that supported packet injection, the ability to throw on a bigger antenna is just gravy) 
I carry a sneakyUSB Kit (TAILS Live usb, masterofnil.com) on me daily, so this is a second layer on that.
Things to add, Hardware keylogger was suggested (awesome idea), Notebook, reference guide (i’ll format some of the suggested ones to fit.) I have a small pen screw driver that i’ll toss in.
Corrected link from Red Teams blog: http://cfenollosa.com/misc/tricks.txt (Thanks again, bro!)

I really appreciate the input from you suave ass sneaky fuckers. I enjoy the community here on tumblr (and off) that comes up with these ideas, shares and builds them. You are all BMFs. This is not my professional realm but I really enjoy turning over ideas in my head and learning new things, and I see a lot of practical value to be had. So, Mahalo & Aloha!

masterofnil:

disruptiveperception:

wndsn:

masterofnil:

Started putting together a ‘electronic warfare’ kit.

A few of the more gadget related things that I have been carrying in a more organized way. Just started tossing in things that would be useful, more to come as I think on it. Need to grab a field notes for making notes and sketches, maybe print out and laminate useful terminal commands till I get them down. Anyway, it’s a start. Suggestions?

Nice. Here’s a list of command line tricks:
http://cfenollosa.com/misc/trickster
(via
redteamsblog
)

USB stick with at a minimum TOR Browser, preferably the latest version of TAILS so you can boot from the stick and use the computer with out leaving a footprint.

Kali Linux on another stick is great for forensics and pentest tools.

Also worth keeping a hidden encrypted stash of important docs on one of them. Scans of passport, driving license, insurance etc.

Redteams.net are talking about showing how to make a fire&forget SOS USB stick…

Just my $0.02 worth.

Lots of good stuff thrown out so far, and a few questions.

Gloves, pen, few lock picks (hook and half diamond), 8 GB USB with Kali Live (Persistent Encrypted), Phone charger, TP-Link TL-WN722N Wireless USB adapter (My main comp has a broadcom card, needed something that supported packet injection, the ability to throw on a bigger antenna is just gravy) 

I carry a sneakyUSB Kit (TAILS Live usb, masterofnil.com) on me daily, so this is a second layer on that.

Things to add, Hardware keylogger was suggested (awesome idea), Notebook, reference guide (i’ll format some of the suggested ones to fit.) I have a small pen screw driver that i’ll toss in.

Corrected link from Red Teams blog: http://cfenollosa.com/misc/tricks.txt (Thanks again, bro!)

I really appreciate the input from you suave ass sneaky fuckers. I enjoy the community here on tumblr (and off) that comes up with these ideas, shares and builds them. You are all BMFs. This is not my professional realm but I really enjoy turning over ideas in my head and learning new things, and I see a lot of practical value to be had. So, Mahalo & Aloha!

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My garden inside an ammo box

My garden inside an ammo box

artofthedarkages:

anglosaxonfragments:

mediumaevum:

Decoding Anglo-Saxon art

Rosie Weetch, curator and Craig Williams, illustrator, British Museum

Read the whole blog here: http://blog.britishmuseum.org/2014/05/28/decoding-anglo-saxon-art/

Anglo-Saxon metalworkers were like the Michelangelo of the 8th century!

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Fun Fact! The more strained I am the better my hair looks.

Fun Fact! The more strained I am the better my hair looks.

Walrus Ivory ring found at Garage sale in Ottawa

Walrus Ivory ring found at Garage sale in Ottawa