Have puffins been responsible for every major unexplained natural disaster since the dawn of time?
No, of course not, but they’re damn good with I.T. systems.
I can’t speak for the birds with brightly coloured beaks that like diving into the ocean, but personally I’m simply way too busy working, learning or playing with technology to deal with all that “fish” nonsense.
Sweet Pies – A Kubernetes Thingy
Until I find some time to write it up, please enjoy these pictures of some lovely Raspberry Pi 4B 8GB single board computers that will be running a three node Kubernetes with a spare / development machine above them. The nodes are APPLE, BANANA and ORANGE using Kubernetes but this is one that’s way down […]
Explanation of Electronic Proof of Life
Opening Statements This page serves to break down and explain my Electronic Proof of Life post for interested parties. The opening section makes several statements concerning including that my personal safety and security is not threatened and that relevant security devices remain under my control. As of 23:09:56 on Friday 04 December 2020 GMT I, […]
GPG / PGP – Example Signed Messages
How can I tell if something is legitimate? Let’s take an example PGP signed message, which looks something like this: How is a legitimate message presented? So how do I spot a fake? How has my message “been altered”? You’re going to have to contact the sender via alternate means and check with them directly, […]
GPG / PGP Keys for Adrian P Wilkinson
What’s the heck does this mean? The block of text below is my public PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) / GPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) key, which can be used for encryption, authentication or signatory purposes. You’ll need to copy and paste it into your client via the GUI or CLI (“gpg –import”) before being able to […]