GetIP was something I used a bit more for personal reasons, but could easily be modified for engagements with more dynamic IP allocations.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
On a Belgian farewell tour for vacation this week, so no time (or desire) for a security post.
First Coloring Book Roundup!
I received a couple coloring books for the holidays, as well as the one or two I already had. When I’m feeling creative and just don’t have the energy to get out all the craft supplies to create, I color. Coloring is also a great activity for relieving stress and anxiety- it has helped me a lot!
Here are some of the things I’ve been working on:
Circus cat. Inspired by my own feline.
Latin American Mandala. Actually saw this very image as the backdrop of the menu at a Mexican place I ate at a couple weeks ago. Cool!
Cool shades knot.
She sells sea shells by the sea shore
Tree of life!
That’s all for today, y’all! Check back soon, as I have a couple more projects in the works!
Hi! Thanks for stopping by! I am going to be posting about my creative endeavors, whether it be coloring, decoupage-ing, or refinishing furniture. I’m hoping to use this blog to keep track of my projects, to share successes (and failures), and to inspire others to create!
Upcoming posts will include:
- Coloring! Yes!
- Decoupage creativity
- Re-finishing furniture
- end table
- My cat, Athena. Because she is always in the way.
A big thanks to Hacker Boyfriend, Doyler, for setting me up with my very own blog and encouraging me to write about my projects.
An initial test post for the new category for my (now our) site: The Hacker’s Girlfriend. He hacks, she crafts, and now my girlfriend even has a place to blog about it.
I figured it was about time to upload some more fun scripts to my SecurityTools repo, so I went with two batch hacker scripts that I had found and modified some time ago.