I computer until I can’t stand it anymore and then I retreat to the wilderness to find solitude.
So, who are you Husky?
For the most part, a guy trying to figure things out. I’m a red team cybersecurity practitioner by trade. I spent 5 years in the military doing a few different jobs, like IT support and intelligence analysis for a stealth fighter jet squadron. After I left the military, I completed undergrad at Northeastern (thus the ‘Husky’ of HuskyHacks – I’m not actually that pudgy) and got a job at MIT as a cybersecurity analyst. Then I hopped on the Appalachian Trail. Then I hopped off. Then I wrote training content and built training ranges for big banks and the Global Fortune 100. Now I’m an operational red teamer and try to build community and teach wherever I go.
Why should I read your blog? Are you a supreme hax0r-lord?
For the most part, no. I’m not the best, but definitely not the worst. I write this blog mainly to have a running record of my growth as a practitioner. If other people read this and benefit from me recording my failure-until-success methodology, then I think that’s pretty cool.
Can I contact you to tell you about everything that you’re doing wrong?
Yes! Please email me at huskyhacks.mk[@]gmail.com
Can I go now?
You may. Please carry on.