Exploration and Production oriented security consultant for securing IT infrastructures relating to natural resources.
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Career advice: Don’t ever be belligerent

Jack Gorodezky recently found himself the target or some nasty press after he apparently showed up uninvited to an ambassador’s home. The news pieces went on to accuse him of blackmail/extortion related activities. He has been spamming LinkedIn for assistance for a while, below are the communications that followed. Jack Gorodezky LinkedIn: please I need … Continue reading

@AlaskaAir : Why #AlaskaAirSux – The broken foot, the SeaTac, and the champagne pt1

Hi my name is Pythorian, and I like to fly places. In fact, I fly places a lot. When I was a child I used to fly Alaska Airlines transcontinental a lot, but now that I live in the states, I find that I don’t like flying with a propeller six inches from my face. … Continue reading

The RD Licensing Manager encountered an internal error from the license server Windows 2008

The RD Licensing Manager encountered an internal error from the license server. Message Number: 0xC0110011 Create batch file c:\clear_licenses.bat net stop termservlicensing del C:\Windows\System32\lserver\TLSLic.edb net start termservlicensing

Who is Th3J35t3r ?

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RE: Neal Rauhauser Kelly Hallissey Ron Brynaert and the FBI

Ugh, just put your junior detective decoder ring back in the cereal box people, you are dealing with knowledge that would make your mind implode if you even had half a clue what the truth really is. Sad part is that this guy actually sought me out for the sole purpose of wasting my time. … Continue reading

Hey guys, the first production run of RFID cloning cards is almost sold out. I hope to see this run finish soon. I am eager to start working on the satellite data projects!

The Certification Authority Mafia – is ISC2 CISSP Part of It?

Hi my name is Pythorian and I have been a paid hacker since 1998. I am certified by Microsoft and Cisco for various things, but to be honest, I don’t keep up on all of these new fangled certifications. Every time I turn around I am renewing a cert or finding a new one on … Continue reading

Dynamic Post of Login Form from PHP

When you write a lot of bots for different people and projects, sometimes it can be a huge help to not have to worry about the little things. Writing a routine to emulate user login is one of my greatest annoyances. With that in mind, I wrote this a few months back. Dynamic Post of … Continue reading

USB to Serial USB\VID_067B&PID_2303&REV_0300 Driver Windows 7 x32 x64

USB\VID_067B&PID_2303&REV_0300 http://www.prolific.com.tw/US/supportDownload.aspx?FileType=56&FileID=133&pcid=85&Page=0 http://www.usglobalsat.com/store/download/62/windows_pl2303_usb_driver.zip If this doesn’t work, and you are on windows 7. It is likely because you the chip in your device is a counterfeit. This was especially prevalent in the Link Depot units sold EVERYWHERE (Walmart, Fry’s, Amazon, Ebay, etc) The only alternatives here are to use Windows XP or to get a … Continue reading

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