Here is how I did in the new condensed table format.
|11k steps a day||I hurt my ankle in March. I am out of this game for the foreseeable.|
|150 active minutes per week||I am not getting “active” minutes (on the FitBit scale) on the exercise bike to the same degree I was from jogging. But I am doing 20 minutes at least 3 times a week. I am going out for walks with the kids and gardening at the weekends. None of this is seemingly counting on the FitBit scale. |
I am working on getting back to activity it feels closer.
|1 technical blog a month||Success. I documented the basics of attacking an internal network using Responder, Hashcat, Metasploit, Bloodhound and CrackMapExec. Giddy thrill of apparently this being shared by threat actors enough to wind up in threat intelligence feeds. Which is bemusing for entry level tooling and techniques that have been around for years.|
|Support my partner to exercise||They stopped asking for this and I now am just taking the kids on wild adventures in and around the house for Saturday mornings. Counting down the days until I get vaccinated and feel willing to goto visitor attractions again like the world class museums in Glasgow.|
|Record five songs||I have recorded heaps of short ideas. Mostly on the guitar sat out in the sunshine. Some of them I can see me converting into 2-3 minute items.|
|OSWE||I’ll be honest I think this is a Winter time activity.|
|Panic Attacks||I have avoided them again this month.|
- Research – I was not able to talk about this last month but the Fedena research finally came out. My team and I found seven vulnerabilities in this school management software. It took over a year from discovery to posting. This was picked up by the daily swig, which was nice! Getting clear of this has given me a boost to go find some more bugs. The technical details for the authentication bypass CVE-2021-27980 are out for reading. Or just the short video of the PoC:
- Euro 2020 – I cannot adequately put into words how excited I was for this. I barely watch football these days but I just love these tournaments. The fact that Scotland were at the party just made it all the more exciting. The build up to the first game was fantastic and I was singing through the entire game. It doesn’t matter that Scotland exited early. We actually played pretty well. I would say that was pretty much the tale for our tournament in the end. We played well. We created chances. But we couldn’t take them and that was the end of that.
- Audiobooks 1 – technically still on Stealing Light: Shoal, Book 1 by Gary Gibson. A good bit of Sci-Fi. But without much exercise or walking occurring these days my time has been limited.
- Television 1 – Star Trek Voyager. I have completed this and it honestly stands up quite well. Last time I watched it there were far more episodes I wanted to skip. This time I was ok with most of it. Some excellent Star Trek in here.
- Television 2 – Brooklyn 99. After voyager I fell back into season 7 of this. What a lovingly made show this is. Captain Raymond Holt going badass over his fluffy boy being kidnapped is a total highlight.
- House – We booked someone to come replace the bathroom sink and they have not done so yet. We have sort of been stuck waiting on that as we are trying to do things in a set order.
- Garden – Has paid out strawberries twice already this summer. I have had horrific hay fever (the worst I have ever had) but I have still been able to murder the lawn appropriately so hopefully I will learn to get that done more effectively to minimise the impact. I have been out the back in a Darth Vader style breathing mask but that didn’t actually reduce the symptoms after cutting the grass. Answers on a post card (or comment) welcome.
That is the log for June.