Welcome to Kensho Security Labs!
The Labs are a small, independant technology exploration and development concern operating out of Atlantic Canada. Our current areas of focus are security and contingency. Our goal is to improve the overall security posture of computing culture as a whole. You can find information about our actively-developed specialty backup tool, Tapestry, as well as our other going concerns on the Projects tab. If you would like information about contracting the Labs for Development or Consultancy purposes, please refer to the Services page.
2020/02/21: Added a quick guide on setting up an OTP-enabled OpenVPN instance inside a docker container, which should be sufficient for an average user with an interest in privacy and security.
2018/12/30: Added the second of a short guide series on constructing the Enumpi and developing system-scale projects in general. This installment covers initial provisioning of the pi, installing (and in one case compiling) the gobuster, and the basic design of the main script to handle the automation. I also cover how to do it better than I already did.
2018/12/22: Added the first of a short guide series on constructing the Enumpi and developing system-scale projects in general. This miniseries is a diversion from the intended set of guides, but a little too verbose to make a single-page project entry regarding. Made some general spelling improvements as well.
2018/09/22: Finally added the Services page, and pushed the phase-one rebrand.