Have You Been Pwned: NTLM Hashes

Troy Hunt continues to be amazing for cyber security with the Have I Been Pwned project. All the Version 3 passwords have been released as NTLM hashes, the password hash used by Windows. This should be really useful for any sysadmins managing a Windows Enterprise deployment wanting to make sure that users aren’t using bad passwords. Hopefully as this is adopted it will also reduce the number of poor password rules that many companies still enforce.

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Domain Move

If you are reading this, then you must be using the new URL for my website.
I moved from procrastinatingengineer.co.uk to procrastinatingengineer.uk

Mostly because it’s shorter and I think it looks nicer, but also I wanted to play around with self hosted WordPress and CND setups. More on this coming soon!