My Notes on Learning PyTorch

I am trying to learn PyTorch. Below are my personal notes designed to help me(and hopefully will help others at my skill level). I don’t promise these notes are accurate; they only represent my understanding at the time of making this post. This is a living document, and is likely to change over time. Learning… Continue reading My Notes on Learning PyTorch

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Windows Rogue DHCP Monitor

I wanted to monitor the networks of a couple dozen clients for rogue DHCP servers. I couldn’t find a suitable application for my needs, so I made one here. It is designed to be deployed to Windows Servers configured as DHCP servers. It was only after I made the application and bragged about it on… Continue reading Windows Rogue DHCP Monitor

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Bill Gates Stimulants

I web search a lot of really random stuff. A large amount of what I know about the world stems from what I see on the site. Because of how important search results are to my opinion of the world, I was quite surprised when I did a search on Duckduckgo for Bill Gates Stimulants… Continue reading Bill Gates Stimulants

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Random Web Server App

When I was younger and had just learned to use nmap, it was a hobby of mine to scan the internet and browse random web servers. At the time, I used very aggressive scans( nmap -A -iR 500 –top-ports 30 –open ) and found some incredibly interesting servers(It is amazing how many computers on the… Continue reading Random Web Server App