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Cheat Sheets

2009/05/22

OK, so we’d all like to be 1337 and know everything without missing a beat, but for mere mortals like myself I find that impossible so I’m a fan of the various cheat sheets that people and organisations put out for succinct, to the point memory joggers.

I’ve got links to these scattered in various places and I’ve been meaning to get them organised in single location for a while, Lenny Zeltser’s recent tweet (@lennyzeltser) pointing out a couple of new resources gave me a reminder that this has been on my to-do list for too long, so here goes:

  • Security By Default – Nmap 5
  • Counterhack – Permission Memo (OK, not strictly a cheat sheet, but still a handy template/guide)

If you’ve got some resources I’ve missed, then please feel free to share.

Likewise, if you created one of the linked to resources and don’t want the link here, just let me know and I’ll remove it. These resources have saved my bacon on numerous occasions so I definitely don’t want to be stepping on anyone’s toes.

Andrew Waite

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  1. iprotectyourdata
    2009/06/03 at 15:33

    Thanks for posting these. It is nice to have all the lists in one place. I have a new blog on Data Privacy Insurance. If you'd like to follow it and make comments, go to http://www.iprotectyourdata.wordpress.com. I'm looking forward to reading more of your posts.

  2. Andrew Waite
    2009/06/03 at 15:49

    Thanks for the comment, just taking a look at your blog and looks good. I'll be keeping an eye on it for more new content.

  3. Dale Pearson
    2009/06/22 at 14:55

    Nice work Andrew.
    I will certainly come back and have a good read through when I have some time.

  4. Dale Pearson
    2009/06/22 at 14:55

    Nice work Andrew.
    I will certainly come back and have a good read through when I have some time.

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