Spot The Fed, Bullshido edition (infosec and bjj)
Over the years, I've been noticing a trend - probably imagined, but I think there's something to it.
Without getting into a lot of detail, I see a growing participation in BJJ by infosec and vice versa. I find this interesting, and was curious what others thought about it, if they see the same trend.
For my part, I have taken some classes, done a bunch of self-pentesting, and I've been irregularly attending meetings of a public/private group that has lots of letters. I keep almost going to my quasi-local OWASP meetings, and almost going to the Hack Miami meetings. I keep a Kali disc with me more often than a firearm, and it gets used more often, too.
Like BJJ, my apetite is whetted, I want more, but real life, etc. I've noticed that some Bullies are into infosec professionally, and I'm betting there's a lot more of us.
So, here's your chance to raise your hand and say you play in both worlds - or don't.
On the other hand, OPSEC.
I'm into judo and drinking more than I should. Over the years, I've been noticing a trend - probably imagined, but I think there's something to it...
Sounds like your drinking club has a judo problem.
Originally Posted by CrackFox
quick little sql query "select * from bullshido_users where has_read_infosec_thread = true"
Originally Posted by Phrost
What ever, you all are just paranoid.
Originally Posted by ghost55
“I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.”
What's this infosec thing you speak of?
Another question wich of the 10 areas of do you think BJJ would fall under?
Also if your not already messing around with them look up the damn vulnerable web app and linux
Lol, mine sure does. I know a judoka that likes throwing people when he gets drunk. Not that I'm completely innocent in that department.
Originally Posted by Permalost
As for the infosec, I was really into it in high school, but since then I have lost interest, and went full developer. I still like reading about it or trying stuff out now and then, but nothing special. I have gotten lazy about security, and hopefully it will not bite me in the ass.
However, I absolutely must visit DEFCON one day.
Last edited by W. Rabbit; 6/28/2013 10:06pm at .
Reason: live version is better imho
The first rule about infosec . . .
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