Remote Development with VS Code

Enter VS Code. I've used VS Code as my main IDE for basically everything for over a year now. It's a brilliant environment for editing any kind of code, there's always tonnes of plugins and the application itself is stable yet has frequent updates.…

The Magic of Upgrading Pip Packages

Tell me if this rings a bell: You run something from `pip` and get told that your `pip` version needs an upgrade. You run `pip install --upgrade pip` and then think about how many other packages might need an upgrade... So, you run `pip list --outdated` and it returns a tonne of packages.…

WebHooks & Python & Discord! Oh My!

So I had a need earlier on today. The need for simple end-user notifications. This need has some backstory, however...…

Easy Removeable Drive Detection with AutoIT

Week 2 of "Isn't AutoIT Cool' is a brief one. More of a code snippet than the last post. It's something that I figured out when I was looking into exfiltrating data from a target machine. The idea was this: plug a flash drive into a PC, have it…

AutoIT and It's Destructive Potential

AutoIt is amazing. They have a website. Read about it there because it would be a waste of my time to try and explain it to you. The help file is massive so anything you need, you can find there. Also, if you want to use the user created functions…