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Hofstra University, Hempstead ​hey what's going on guys here's another edition of the tech time wasters I mean sysadmin very important work related reading links let's just get started I've got a I've got pretty good response to some of these videos so I'm gonna keep making them so first up is a New Yorker article about how small businesses are coming back it's really nice especially in the tech world I mean really what you see is like consolidation of infrastructure small companies being bought up by huge ones this also happened around the time of prohibition with beers and you know at some point I think there were something like five breweries that owned most of the American market and now you know craft breweries just outsold Budweiser for the first time last year it's coming back this is you can see it's a pretty short article but totally worth reading and it will give you some hope for the future and that small sort of decentralized things seem to be working a lot better thanks to technology then huge monoliths people don't really want that there you go there is hope second Jasper if you do any Python this is probably a project that's worth backing on it's really nice this is Amazon echo but without all the creepiness basically so for those of you that don't know Amazon echo is the super I mean it looks quite convenient you know it's a basically a microphone and little computer that sits in your house and listens to everything you do and say and then exports those things or maybe not we don't know because it's not open source to Amazon servers where everything's analyzed and tracked and so it's basically like a bug in your house it also happens to have some features like it's what you imagine when you think it's a smart home I can just say hey house please add milk to my shopping list or whatever that's sort of what it does you know what's the weather in Baltimore right now it can look things up on the web you know scrape web pages tell you if you have facebook updates or something stupid like that but it seems like a really useful tool and the problem is that Amazon echo is incredibly creepy so if you'd like sort of an open source version that you control where nothing's going on to somebody else's servers to be analyzed and where you're basically guaranteed that you know how the thing works and it's not listening in on you and it really is just voice activated and not doing anything creepy then Jasper project github I oh it's really cool it's very simple to hack on I I think it just requires a raspberry pi I'm actually about to get my Raspberry Pi back from a client which means i'm gonna start hacking on this myself you just wouldn't need a rasp I some speakers that plug into it and Mike that works and they've got a hardware list for you there but you can see the developer API is basically just list some keywords and that it should respond to and then write functions that it should carry out as a result of those commands very simple mathematics and sex it's pretty awesome this is really entertaining presenter it's a TED talk so forgive me yeah it's really clever funny talking about why math is cool and modeling things that maybe haven't been modeled before or sort of taking a lot of these soft sciences that have been sort of the you know sociology psychology etc and adding you know math and legitimate measurement tools next up a comparison of security and open VSD openbsd versus freebsd i like freebsd i'm no i'm not an expert on any bsd at the moment although i hope to be soon and by soon i mean you know in the next five years of using it the deal is you know openbsd is very code review and security focused i mean their focus is really code quality and you can see from the sort of table of contents here it's a pretty decent look at i mean this guy has basically filtered out all the resources you know from forums from spec sheets from you know what the projects say about themselves and mailing lists and emails with people and compares security features in openbsd versus freebsd so you'll see some similarities you'll see some differences and you know things like a srl SLR like miss but there which is address space layout randomization you know so like if you can arbitrarily start looking at memory after an exploit it makes it much harder to detect where important processes were running because they change each time on and on and on so that's stuff I sort of expected but the really cool thing about it was um PF actually didn't know that openbsd SPF was way ahead of freebsd SPF and that it was just a higher version with more features and some interesting stuff I didn't really think of that as part of security but obviously it is it's a packet filter you know so it's a firewall if you don't know PF it's probably worth checking out a bsd distro just for that if you're like a network person because it's just so vastly I'm no I'm no firewall expert but even I can tell it is just vastly better than iptables netfilter worth taking a look for and if you're already interested in the BS DS I thought this would be a pretty cool thing now there's some comments at the bottom so that the flames may have expanded at this point but it should be interesting reading nonetheless just a funny joke page inspiration for your this is just like buzzword bingo basically your growth hacked startups distributed big data web scale cloud platform SaaS app architecture and you can keep refreshing this and it'll just generate a stupid little little diagram just perfect for those early investor VC meetings a little bit of Unix Linux history what some of these


weird command name stand for you know awk which is named for the authors of the program grab something we use every day global regular expression print on and on extended grab grip i grep f crap cat you know concatenate or cat mate I guess I've always been saying concatenate but hey on and on all the way down to Biff just the name of a dog that was hanging around the lab you know when they were writing this so good to know I mean it makes some of these things easier to remember because some of these names really are cryptic you're learning them you're like a scrap its awk said what the hell is going on here if you're interested in security I'm gonna have a couple security links in this video I may make a security video in a at a future time I now work for security company so that's what I'm interested in in dealing with and working on and learning so I just thought it might be interesting I've heard from a lot of a lot of you guys that you're in the early stages of looking for a career which is exactly who I'm trying to talk to hear this is actually part of a larger free book on sort of offensive security capture the flag type things very interesting read I haven't read the whole thing but this career cheat sheet that I found sort of in the middle of it or at the beginning is interesting because it's a really nice road map for kind of getting into the security industry if that's something that you're interested in it is definitely a separate industry from being a system administrator but it's a pretty dynamic industry interesting growing like crazy filled with some real whack jobs I mean some of them hilarious some of them just bizarre you know but almost none of them menacing but it's an interesting industry it's growing whether we like it or not it is becoming a legitimate industry and if you want to get into it this is probably a pretty good time to get into security so this will go through you know what kind of employee employers you're looking at how to kind of meet people in this community and you know get introduced to people who can hire you conferences to go to links stuff to learn and the job roles which is really important because even I didn't I'm still finding new job roles and security where like I meet someone and I'm like wow you do that full time just that little niche of security that's pretty interesting yeah and they make you know a great salary have a fun time doing security stuff and it's something I've never heard of and you can already see this list is probably grown tremendously in the last five years you know this used to be everyone used to do some almost all of this during a pen test you know maybe just ten years ago or so and now you've got all these specialized roles another I think it Isis lab is in New York unfortunate name given current news but um this is basically a security course in a box if your self motivated and you're willing to do a lot of work in reading on your own this is an amazing collection of stuff I haven't gone through this course myself but I saw it and immediately bookmarked it because it's one of those things it's like if I'm ever looking for legit vetted content on some specific topic some this is I think where I'll find it it's got just a ton of links it's basically the other resources that have been talked about link to and used as part of this course / meet up for security you can see it's a pretty pretty big menu of stuff with links to resources now for those of you that don't know the old the original clue train manifesto this was like a hate saying the word meme okay but it was a meme was the thing that you linked your friends too and people talked about it this is really the original clue train manifest it was about how companies completely misunderstood the internet and the web and we're sort of misusing it and still talking in this stuffy corporate speak and you know what the web is can do and the power it has and that's sort of being ignored by these companies now this came out in the 90s I think probably like mid 90s I don't know when it came out there's a new version available now that has sort of been updated and a lot of what they warned about has sort of come true and you now have large companies that have figured out how to fake seeming natural and personal and that are really just trying to get you to show their product like share the fact that you just ordered food with your friends you know something that literally no one wants to do so this total misunderstanding of like off if we just get people to click the like button you know it's just this behavior that they're trying to incentivize at any cost now and that's depressing so this is sort of talking about how that's been misunderstood and where the web may be going and what we can kind of do to push it in the direction that we all see for it you know everybody sees something some different potential for but it's not just a new place to have centralized content you know oh great now we don't have TV stations anymore but we have netflix and hulu and two other things and suck it up if you don't like it re acknowledging the web is this truly distributed thing where everyone produces things of value that other people can share and read and respond to and think about and not centralized content creation you know for for content consumers like you so stopping a content consumer read this thing it's pretty interesting it's a little bit longer than the original I think it's written in the style of Genesis read this thing it's awesome glue training manifesto part to a little bit more security stuff you can tell i was on a security kick this week large-scale DDoS attacks specifically reflection and amplification attacks which we've seen this year ntp that kind of thing this is someone who I don't know where they work but uh anyway they're dealing with like huge we're talking big infrastructure and the way these things are affected by adidas attack you can see it sort of you know when you have a large internal infrastructure you know where only some of this is web facing and it's just totally taken out by some giant DDoS attack what to do against it mitigation a little bit of explanation about it totally worth reading even if you're


not familiar with a lot of the services equipment etc that these people are running at this scale and it'll give you a starting point for more reading for the stuff you don't understand networking for system administrators mike lucas he's a guy who sort of got the reputation of someone who can take really technical things and write really great easy to understand stuff about them he writes a lot about the bsd s he's really great writer i recommend that you support him he also does a drm-free thing where you buy like the PDF and the thing in the paper book or whatever in one bundle drm-free i get a lot of requests for networking and it's a huge topic i mean it really is a topic where page book just sort of begins to cover the other the basics of tcp/ip and that's your starting point so instead of writing that 300 page book for free right now while I'm doing other stuff I think linking to this really a big shout-out to mike lucas he's amazing you should support his work you will learn a ton from this and not be confused it's really good stuff so I have an actually read this book I've read a bunch of his other books and they are phenomenal okay so if you're curious about networking you feel like that's something you don't know much about and you know you haven't read the tcp/ip in 24 hours or work your way through a real you know tcp/ip Illustrated tome or something like that this is probably a great place to start right now and it just came out go and get that and lastly I've been doing a little bit more work in Python lately and I just found this as a resource thought it was cool and I am linking to it I find that the the Python tutorials on the main Python website are good but sometimes you just need an outside a little more informal treatment of the same material and this can help so this is really is the whole poor language all the way to some you know how to structure projects a little bit of web programming a flask which I really like so this is it's it's not just the core language and what functions there are what modules there are what you can import but it's a little bit about the language a little bit about how to write code how to structure code how to style your code so a little bit more of that like practical realistic stuff that you're going to need anyway and if you're going to work on Jasper then Python is the way to do it okay this is a becoming a long video so that's it I'll see you in the next one of these and i think i'm going to make a little bit more of a sysadmin specific resources video because a lot of these are sort of jokes or things I think are cool but aren't necessarily related to being a sysadmin I found a lot of good resources lately and people have linked to some really good stuff so i'll be posting that in the separate video Cheers College of New Rochelle.

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