When you install BTSync from the Ubuntu repositories it currently is set up as a service assuming you're running a server. This is generally a good thing, from a security standpoint, as it is set up with a new user account to keep BTSync permissions isolated from other users. However, BTSync running as a service with a separate user account can be a little bit of a pain if you want BTSync to share out folders from your /home/{username} directory. This is an issue because your home directory folders are set to only be accessible by your user account,…

OK, so I thought it is finally time that I actually get serious about my contribution back to the internet as it's been so kind to me for a long time. So this blog is essentially a lot of my random thoughts on the Information Security industry, mainly; Digital Forensics, Incident Response and Penetration Testing. I'll also use this Blog for a lot of sys admin things that I do all the time and usually have to piece together from various places around the internet.....mainly so I can repeat them again, but also in the hope they are useful…