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Linux tools to learn Python

Learning to program in Python is fun and exciting. You can create your own scripts to automate certain tasks and even create apps with a GUI (graphical user interface). 2 different versions are available: Python 2.7 and 3.5 (3.6 is now out). Both Python 2 and 3 are good, but the future is certainly with…


Demonsaw source code released under MIT license

Eijah, the founder of Demonsaw, has announced the release of the Demonsaw source code under an MIT license!!  The announcement was made tonight during the monthly community Mumble meeting for Demonsaw users. The source code is now available on GitHub. Eijah also confirmed his presence as a speaker at HackMiami hosted from May 19th to…


Interview with Demonsaw founder “Eijah”, March 19, 2017

Today, i had the great privilege to interview Eijah, the founder of Demonsaw. In this interview, Eijah explains his point of view on the Vault 7 files from Wikileaks and what it means for all of us. We also discuss his almost certain presence at Hack Miami in May 2017. Then follows information regarding the…


The Curious Case of D-Vasive

This is an article about “The Curious Case of D-Vasive”. It includes the timeline of D-Vasive and some aftermath to what happened to the “Real Time Anti-Spy” app that was partially owned by John McAfee and MGT. *To read the Disclaimer please scroll to the very bottom of the article.* Time Line June 2014: D-Vasive is…


The future of Demonsaw

As I sit here testing out the DS 4 (will be using this instead of typing out Demonsaw every time) alpha and chatting with all my friends on DS 3, I am very happy. The future of DS looks very bright!  Why is it looking good you might ask? DS 4 is going to be…


Best Online Computer Course Websites

Recently I have had some free time on my hands and wanted to learn some more programming and take a Computer Security class (Cyber Security is a more popular buzz word for Computer Security).  I will list out all the sites I found that provide both paid, free, and semi free courses. Lets get started….


Network Wide Ad Blocker (Pi-hole)

  Ads… whether they are necessary/good or pure evil is outside the scope of this article. One thing that can be said though is that ads are definitely a vector for malware to enter your computer. A quick search brings up these articles: Article 1, Article 2, Article 3 There was even a Defcon talk…


Linux Kodachi 3.7 review

I just finished testing Linux Kodachi 3.7 and i am quite impressed on the results. This 64 bit Linux OS is probably one of the most secure distros i have ever tested. Based on the solid Debian 8.6 with a heavily modified XFCE desktop environment, it can be used to ensure total anonymity while browsing…


Easy privacy guide for surfing the web

Let me start out by saying this guide is going to be different than most others. A lot of guide pretty much just suggest browse in incognito and use some shitty VPN they get a referral link to. I will be explaining the same set up I use to “securely” browse the web. *Note, there…


New Writer

  “Hello World!” My username is Bl4ckNeon and this is my first introduction on Teklordz.net. I am happy to be writing here about anything and everything computer related. Some of my interests are the following: Crypto Currencies: Mainly Bitcoin (BTC) and Monero (XMR) Computer Security: Anything from hacking to defending Privacy: Online and IRL Humor:…


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