Happy 2nd Birthday TaoSecurity Blog

Today is the 2nd birthday of the TaoSecurity blog. Thank you to all of my readers. The primary purpose of this blog is to be a "hard drive for my brain." In other words, I mainly record how I accomplish certain tasks, or I put context around security events and related developments. I hope you find the content useful and relevant.


Anonymous said…
I love you blog,
Scott said…
Congrats! Keep up the excellent work Richard!

inittab said…
Congratulations on your blogs 2nd bday! I rsync with your brain's hard drive often. Keep up the good work and THANKS!
gabe anzelini said…
Thank you very much for this blog, your reviews, and your book... all have helped me greatly get from knowing very little of security and using linux to well knowing quite a bit more and *bsd for most things :)
Anonymous said…
Thank you. I enjoy the documentation of your projects. I would like to know more about the tools you use on a daily basis, emergencies, and response. How do you monitor changes to Windows registry and file system?
jeraklo said…
Thank you Richard for your "open minded" approach to security and FreeBSD !
Anonymous said…
Thx from a French reader for your blog. I read so many interesting things in the last two years ! By the way, thanks also for your book, a very good one.
Ewan said…
Happy Birthday from a South African FreeBSD fan and long-time reader RSS subscriber :-)
Joao Barros said…
And from Portugal comes my congratulations on your excelent blog!
For some time now I had the idea you named so right "harddrive for my brain", just never got to put it in action. Luckily you did :)
As a FreeBSD user and security entusiast (newbie compared to Richard /me bows ) I love reading your posts.
Good documentation is hard to find, one of the main reasons I was driven to prefer FreeBSD over Linux. You describe your experiences with detail and real examples is sometimes better than any doc.

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