2020-044-Marcello Salvati (@byt3bl33d3r), porchetta industries, supporting opensource tool creators, sponsorship model


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Online CTF training using Cisco’s Workshop platform. They did something similar in Spring of 2020.

There will be an online panel where kids can ask questions about information security.

Occurs on December 12th. Check out the link for more info.

Robert M. for upping his patreon to $5

Top 25 Data Security Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020 (feedspot.com)

@byt3bl33d3r (Marcello Salvati)

@porchetta_ind (porchetta Industries)


Wanna sponsor CrackMapExec? Sponsor @byt3bl33d3r on GitHub Sponsors

Github sponsors: GitHub Sponsors

Introducing Sponsorware: How A Small Open Source Package Increased My Salary By $11k in Two Days | Caleb Porzio

How is this different than shareware?

“As a developer of one of these tools, you obviously start questioning your life decisions after a while. Especially after putting so much time into these projects.”

Adblockers installed 300,000 times are malicious and should be removed now | Ars Technica

(spent years supporting the app… the vitriol from ‘unpaid customers’ is deafening… Should be required reading for anyone wanting to open source anything.) [Announcement] Recent and upcoming changes to the Nano projects · Issue #362 · NanoAdblocker/NanoCore (github.com)

Business model for typical opensource projects. Where’s the chain broken at?

Devs who expect help/support for their project?

“Many eyes make for less vulns” (LOL, sounds good, not true anymore --brbr)

What is the ‘status quo’ of OSS infosec/hacking tool developer community (in your opinion)?

Pull requests, what is ‘meaningful’ contributions?

What is the definition of ‘widely-used’? Why support widely-used OSS hacking tools?

(2) Marcello on Twitter: "Well also be encouraging community contributions to those same tools by giving out 1 @offsectraining training voucher per quarter to whoever submits the most meaningful pull request to any of the tools in the @porchetta_ind Discord server" / Twitter

And now for something completely different... (porchetta.industries)

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