Using Secretive for Git
Secretive is a macOS app that allows you to store your SSH keys in the Secure Enclave. This is a Good Thing™, because it means that your private keys are never stored on disk, as is typical back in the olden days. Like yesterday. Instead, they’re stored in the Secure Enclave, designed to be a place to put secrets.
Raspberry Pi Serial Monitor
I recently had to do some hardware troubleshooting for an intermittent fault. To do this, I used a Raspberry Pi as a serial monitor. It’s pretty easy to do, but I’m writing it down here so I don’t forget.
Thanks Corey for having me on Screaming in the Cloud! It was fun, although I didn’t really know what to expect. I’ve listen to podcasts before, but actually being on one? The pressure!
This isn’t much for now, a bit about me. But it might grow over time!
If you’re really interested, a link to my bio and some presentations I’ve given. You can also find me on Mastodon or the Cloud Security Forum Slack. Nothing I say is official, I don’t speak for my employer, I am not a lawyer, no warranty express or implied, allow eight weeks for shipping and handling, etc.