Hello! My name is DBrown, a long time NetSec Professional, and UNIX/Linux SysAdmin, but in the IT world I was best known as Kernel_Killer, or VileSYN.
Network Synapse has always been a place where I would document many different technical findings, as well as articles to help others in many less documented ‘black arts’ of computing. It first started as a custom site I created back in 2002, ran out of my house, and can now only be found in the Wayback Machine. The content is the same you can find here, except for a few missing articles, but the purpose still the same.
Now that it’s been years since the creation of this blog, the article content is almost always from findings in my company DVS. Now that administration is less of a profession, articles on programming are more common (not to say there won’t be sysadmin articles).
No matter what, this blog continues to thrive after over a decade, and will always continue to post new findings as long as I’m still working with computers.
In 2013 I went back to my art, something I sacrificed when jumping into the IT industry at the start. If you are interested in digital art, check out my other site 3DEsprit.