Monthly Archives: June 2018

The machine Fired me

What happens when there’s things are fully automated with no manual override.
In the relentless drive towards cost-cutting and automation I won’t be surprised if we see more instances of such problems.

At least a year later, I can sit here and write about it without feeling too embarrassed. So that’s the story about the machine that fired me and no human could do anything about it.

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WINDOWS NTFS TRICKS COLLECTION

A collection of eye-opening NTFS tricks to do things that you normally can’t.

TRICK 1: CREATE FOLDERS WITHOUT PERMISSIONS (CVE-2018-1036/NTFS EOP) On Windows you can assign “special permissions” to folders like permissions that a user is allowed to create files in a folder, …

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