Oct 24, 2013
David Dunlap

Access and enablement are not ordinarily associated with dedicated servers and maybe that should change. So let’s start that change here at SingleHop. The nuts and bolts of server lineup changes include removing outdated models and adding new ones. And there you have it; a new lineup is born. So why is SingleHop’s lineup change […]

Unusual Suspects
Oct 15, 2013
Andrew Brooks

Welcome back for the 3rd and final installation in our series which covers the Vivisect framework.  For this post, we’ll be focusing on VDB, which is a powerful and scriptable debugger written in Python.  With that in mind, let’s get started and we’ll begin by using the program “conditional” which is an elite and imaginative […]

Stack Trace
Oct 4, 2013
John Jones

If you were asked to draw a diagram, on a piece of paper, of how you plan to achieve your goals, would you be able to? One step further, could you do it simply? If not, that’s a problem. It’s called a success sketch diagram. It may seem very rudimentary, but in my years in […]

Success Sketching
Sep 29, 2013
Andrew Brooks

Picking up from where we left off on our last post, let’s keep working with the Vivisect GUI and explore some additional functionality.  If you followed along from the first part, we’ve identified our string and if we jump back to the function graph, it might be good for us to add a comment so […]

Stack Trace
Sep 27, 2013
Eleni George

The moment I left, I knew I would be back… I knew it was only temporary when I accepted a position, at a smaller host, as a one-woman Customer Service Department. I told myself, “Self, you are not a traitor, these people are hardly competitors.” On that bittersweet day in April, 2012, I left SingleHop […]

The Lost Year
Sep 26, 2013
David Dunlap

Let me tell you a little bit about Jordan Jacobs. If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting him, Jordan is a gregarious giant. Always filled with stories and jokes, Jordan is someone who will get the job done efficiently while having fun along the way. He has passion for what he does and you […]

Let's Go Bar Hopping
Sep 24, 2013
David Dunlap

Content is one generic word. And yet, there is not a day that goes by where I don’t read about how you need “quality content,” but in all cases the blog, article, etc. never says how this is achieved or what quality content is. I am of the mind that if you write or design […]

Content is a Four Letter Word
Sep 20, 2013
Deanna Swanson

Ok, so for anyone who has ever worked in a company that is focused on developing or maintaining a competitive advantage – read: every company in these United States of America, you have probably been asked to review and sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement.  What are these agreements all about?  Why are they so important?  What […]

Non Disclosure Agreements
Sep 10, 2013
Matt Kuikman

Are you creative? Like many other people, you might feel inclined to answer this question with a “yes” or a “no”. But what you might be surprised to learn is that when it comes to creative problem solving, everyone is capable of it. Creative problem solving isn’t a trait; it’s a process. One of the […]

The Truth About Creative Problem Solving