HomeWelcome to my notebook (and sometimes blog)!
I try to keep this page up-to-date with the various projects I am undertaking. Projects are usually computer related in some way, but every now and then I require some down time and switch gears to something like bone carving.
SSH Fingerprint Verification via Tor - February 27, 2017
Using Tor to validate SSH fingerprints.
Why I Run OpenBSD - May 31, 2016
A story of how OpenBSD came to be my favorite OS.
On Shells and Static Paths - April 26, 2016
How static paths are actively harming the industry.
pledge(2)'ing Xmonad - March 6, 2016
Bringing OpenBSD's pledge(2) to Xmonad
Experiments in Wood Carving - January 23, 2016
Using ceder to create a beard comb!
snap is a utility I wrote to make it a bit easier to jump to new snapshot releases of OpenBSD.
snap can be verified with signify(1) by using the below public key:
untrusted comment: github.com/qbit/snap public key RWQVGN6sUjQQA5uYpANGLLKQMAERZ43otLePFSVqNFGGtf/qBez7G1WU
To verify snap:
signify -C -p /etc/signify/snap.pub -x SHA256.sig snap
The above assumes that the public key listed above has been put in /etc/signify/snap.pub.
Old pub keys
untrusted comment: github.com/qbit/snap public key RWTKOAnI3kqGqY/1ungBemfzkDj4ImXuybf4sDZcCrNJywffIRDkK1qF
untrusted comment: github.com/qbit/snap public key RWQkqrbMjoywaLwJQf45TjtCLgtFPSEO7v/TBf01WRZjvl8NSy6rJ6Fe