programming

CI/CD CV

Just for fun, I decided to try making a CI/CD pipeline for my CV. This post will be a bit rough and jumbled, sorry about that, probably would have been better to split this into several posts. Anyhow, here's how I did it.

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programming

Working locally with Docker containers

Over the weekend I wrote a small tool that will automatically update the /etc/hosts file with your running docker container.

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programming

Custom Application Launchers in Linux

Just a small howto for creating new application launchers in ubuntu, and I guess other similar distros. These will

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programming

Graphing the Ferryman Problem

Hello again, blog. It's been a while. I had a lot of topics that I wanted to write about the past year, but in the end I never managed to finish and publish anything. I think I'm generally ok with that though.

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infosec

Stored XSS via Swish Transaction

Last week I went to the cinema with some friends. My friend paid for the ticket so I decided to use

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infosec

tamperfree

I'd like to write about a part of what was my master thesis project. For my thesis I wrote about a mostly theoretical whistleblowing system.

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Easier Authentication for your Mobile Apps

Signing in to your mobile apps should be easier in my opinion than having to type

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sysadmin

Setting up a Tor hidden service

As part of my thesis, I'm looking at using Tor for an anonymous submission system.

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infosec

Revisiting the Free Wifi on Destination Gotland

I'm on the boat from Gotland again after having spent a week there with my

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philosophy

Teaching

*Disclaimer: Some thoughts on reason, ethics, and teaching. There is probably more refined philosophy on this somewhere, but I figured I would write down my thoughts. This post might be subject to change in the future. I might also move these types of posts to a separate feed/blog to separate it from computer science stuff.*

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