Welcome

My name is Michael Kranch, and welcome to my [semi] professional website. I work in cybersecurity and absolutely love what I do. I strive to improve my skills every day, and I created this site as an avenue to share my passion for cybersecurity with the world. I am also a teacher, husband, father, Christian, gears esports fan, and CTF enthusiast. Visit the work, play, teach, and publish tabs to learn more about me or use the links below to view my favorite ramblings.

BSides KC

Apr 26-27

Welcome BSidesKC. I attended and spoke this year at BSidesKC. This post discusses the [awesome] conference and provides the materials, including a video, of my talk.

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Hacking Club

This post contains some of the resources I built as part of a hacking club to teach cyber security to my peers. [Read More]

Hosting Multiple Gitlab Pages from One Account

This is a short post on how to host multiple Gitlab project pages using a single Gitlab account. This task is actually very simple, but I could not find any documentation on it when I tried a couple weeks ago. I ended up resorting to creating a second Gitlab account. Turns out you do not need to use this hack, and this post will explain how to legitimately host multiple gitlab pages with just one account. [Read More]

How to Get Started With Hacking

And to Develop the Passion to Stick with it

The great (and sometimes intimidating) part about computer security is it’s such a broad and ill-defined field. This post shares some tips to help build this passion and lists several resources to start you on this journey. The post was original created for my new hacking club so geared towards novices with limited to no experience, but the content is useful even for those with a CS/IT background trying to get into the computer security field. [Read More]