Why do I write a blog
Last week I decided to start with blogging. The trigger for this decision was my acceptance for Google's summerofcode.withgoogle.com 1 and the urge to document the project in a more public and verbose way than just writing code and submitting patches. Besides that, I plan to share findings in the context of DFIR, security engineering and maybe even the broader domain of coding and Linux in general, which I personally find helpful.
Since I recently stumbled over a blogging solution for Emacs' org-mode 2, that enables me to write blog post in my favorite editor and publish them through a git-repository in a very streamlined fashion 3, I anticipate to be able to publish some content without much overhead, which some might find useful…eventually.
What to expect
Since everyone is busy, I will focus on keeping things short and relevant. I plan to provide information on things, that were personally helpful for my work, and, which I want to convey in a concise way or document for later use. The following areas are of interest for me, so you can expect posts about things related to those:
- digital forensics and incident response
- security engineering
- threat intelligence
- reverse engineering malware
- Debian packaging and Linux in general
- Emacs and its org-mode
General information can be found here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code
Kudos to Matthias, https://zngguvnf.org/2017-07-13--blogging-with-org-static-blog.html