A Raspberry Pi Home Dashboard

Posted on November 27, 2016 in Blog • Tagged with raspberry • 3 min read

Some time ago I created an home dashboard, using a Raspberry Pi, to have all my favourite tools (i.e. Zabbix, Munin) on a wall screen in my room. Now I want to write down and share with everyone how I put it together.

The whole idea of this is to have the Raspberry Pi hidden behind the screen, so trailing Ethernet cables isn’t ideal. Luckily the Pi supports a range of Wifi adapters, also latest Pi has integrated Wifi.

What you’ll need

  • Raspberry Pi (I used a spare old one)
  • Micro SD Card (8 gigs is enough ...

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A Lufthansa Horror Story

Posted on August 02, 2016 in Blog • Tagged with flight, lufthansa • 3 min read

TL;DR: What happened today? Thanks to the worst customer service provided by Lufthansa I am going to explain you why I missed a day in Vegas and why, in my over 15 years experience, you should stop flying Lufthansa.

Today, I was heading to Las Vegas, to chill out at BlackHat and Defcon, via Frankfurt and Philadelphia. I was flying  Lufthansa, because in long flights I prefer to spend more and be safe; with my 2 dogs in a checked-in box. Due to many Lufthansa fails in logistics and customer service I miss my flight and I have been ...


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How to setup an Image Forensic lab with Ghiro

Posted on August 19, 2015 in Tools • Tagged with appliance, ghiro, image forensics • 3 min read

This how to will guide you through the setup of an Image Forensics lab, using Ghiro, a free and open source image forensics tool.

Ghiro comes also with a virtual appliance (it is a copy of Ubuntu Linux with all you need already installed, you can run on your host) to help people get a running Ghiro in few steps.

1. Ready for virtualization

You can run Ghiro Appliance in any host (Mac, Windows or Linux),  only a virtualization software is requested. There are many out there, free and commercial, for example Vmware or VirtualBox.

VirtualBox is a free and ...


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Ghiro and Image Forensics Forum is opening

Posted on August 16, 2015 in Blog • Tagged with ghiro, image forensics • 1 min read

Ghiro is an open source project and it is driven by community needs: users feedback has a great value for us.

We always want to provide a comfortable tool for user support: we have IRC chat for real time support and a mailing list for asynchronous question and answer.

Today we are announcing a new support tool: the Ghiro and Image Forensics Forum.

We hope this will be an easy to use way share information, requests and feedback not only about Ghiro but also about any Image Forensics topic.

The forum has several categories, local forums where you can talk ...


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Continuous Integration Services I Like

Posted on July 20, 2015 in Blog • Tagged with CI, development • 2 min read

The term “continuous integration (CI)” refers to a process that builds, assess and tests code on a frequent basis.

Today continuous integration is a starting point for agile developers and widely used.

Every project I’m working on starts with a setup of continuous integration pipeline. I’m a big fan of agile developing, that’s why I was always searching for tools or services to help me develop my projects better and faster.

Here is a brief summary of services, selected over the years, I use in my projects, all of them are free, provide a badge you can ...


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