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Todo Chart (aka: How busy is Dylan?)

Research

ZFS Timeline Forensics
Honours Thesis
BSDCan 2014 Presentation
ZFS/ZDB Plaso Parsers

Notes

Notes
Security
Vim
C and C++
FreeBSD
more notes...

Software

Codepile
Assorted little scripts and apps.
rastodo.py
Commandline/Android ToDo list stored in a text file.
Android Apps
more software...

Game Mods

LethalMod
A Max Payne 2 mod - more realistic and deadly.
more mods...

RMITCS

C Helpdesk Resources
Customising Your CS Account
more RMITCS stuff...

Roleplaying Games

Shadowrun Notes(4th ed)
Heavy Gear Notes(2nd ed)
more RPG stuff...

Portfolio

Portfolio
Examples of my University work.

Miscellaneous

links
Old Image Gallery
Taglines
crazy
Trombone slide position chart [PDF]
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What to do if you want to get in touch with me.

Email

Email is by far my preferred communication medium. I generally check my email at least once a day; I may not be able to reply quickly depending on workload.

Thanks to spam I prefer not to print out my addresses naked. I make use of a few to keep my email filterable and organized:

Pd($GlKgE116c@PZ#d.dy@jl@5Ha'3nRx5pl(2@esg"?ip,Ig.}VhUT".-.UXn.xAe/.?t:

It might help if you lean back a bit or turn down the contrast :)


Usage

See my Email Usage notes page. Not following internet mail standards makes you mail more likely to be marked as spam in which case I will probably not see it. This has happened to legitimate mail before.


GPG Public Key

You can use my key to verify that a email I have sent you was really sent by me (someone hasn't faked the "From:" address shown in the email).

User ID: Dylan Leigh
Key ID: 093499E1
Key Fingerprint: B761 12AA 50E6 9EEA 7F82 D78A 56FE 679B 0934 99E1
Key in ASCII Form (5K)
Revocation certificate for my old key

For the really paranoid: This key is stored on my RMITCS filespace, so this isn't entirely secure in the sense that one of those Naughty TSG Staff could have changed it. Having access to the private key they could brute force the password protection. I don't have a home key, as I don't usually send mail from home.

PS. If you're interested in giving GPG (the Gnu Privacy Guard) under Mutt (one of the best unix mail clients) a go. this is a good tutorial.

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