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CyberEthical.Me Summary 2022

CyberEthical.Me Summary 2022

Year of the Lecturing

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Kamil Gierach-Pacanek
ยทApr 16, 2023ยท

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Table of contents

This year I've decided to put Reaches section with detailed CyberEthical.Me statistics at the end of the article.

Participation & media presence

2022 was very generous for me. I'm happy that my industry presence is reaching such companies as ECC (one of the largest cyber security technical certification body).

Course: Hands-On JavaScript for Ethical Hacking

The whole first quarter I was spending on creating that course. I was reached out by ECC CodeRed to create a course for them - and I'm happy about it. Pity I don't have any feedback from participants..

Lecture: Improve Your Cybersecurity Skills

The company at which I'm working is having these Tech Talks where people can speak about something they are passionate about, or simply share some technical knowledge during an online session.
You can still watch it on YouTube!

Article in a paper magazine: HTB Cyber Santa CTF: Toy Workshop

I'm really proud of it. This is a Polish version of my write-up I have published here.

HTB: Cyber Apocalypse CTF 2022

HTB: Hack The Boo 2022 CTF

No certificates given for that one :(

Mega Sekurak Hacking Party CTF October 2022

12th place out of 100 participants! That one was the hardest CTF of 2022 (in my opinion).

Securitum: Introduction to IT Security

Reaches

Viewer Discretion : You are about to see the statistics and analytics data. If you are not interested in these, you can skip images and focus on links - see if you missed some good-quality publications!

Blog

Hashnode delivered the Advanced Analytics in February 2022, which I love. It gives more Google Analytics experience where you can find out more about your viewers' demographics.

Altogether, translated to +225% followers gain in comparison to 2022 (was 32).

  1. ๐Ÿ”— Tools analysis: linPEAS (19 324 views)

  2. ๐Ÿ”— THM Upload Vulnerabilities (3925 views)

  3. ๐Ÿ”— Kasm Workspaces: Spinning up containers on the Raspberry Pi (3517 views)

  4. ๐Ÿ”— HTB Starting Point: Oopsie (3154 views)

  5. ๐Ÿ”— Run Damn Vulnerable Web Application (DVWA) from a Docker container (2064 views)

Instagram

๐Ÿ”” Followers: 498

This year I've decided to stop counting the Facebook reaches for two reasons: 1) there is too much clutter there to spend time curating posts there and 2) my content was not reaching to the targeted audience.

So, Instagram gained +611% followers since 2021 (was 70).

Top Posts

  1. ๐Ÿ”— IG: Customize your Hack The Box Pwnbox

  2. ๐Ÿ”— IG: Kasm Workspaces: Spinning up containers on the Raspberry Pi

  3. ๐Ÿ”— IG: Brave Rewards integration

  4. ๐Ÿ”— IG: How to dual boot encrypted Kali Linux with Windows 11

  5. ๐Ÿ”— IG: How did I lock myself out of my server, and how did I fix it?

Twitter

๐Ÿ”” Followers: 282 (+168%)
๐Ÿ“ฃ Total impressions: 100k (+15%)

Here comes some graphs - right now they are not so interesting and valuable for me, but maybe this will change over time.

Top Tweets (quarterly)

Mastodon

๐Ÿ”” Followers: 39

Here comes the big gun of 2022. Due to Elon Musk's takeover action on Twitter, many people (not only the cybersec industry) moved or at least created accounts on Mastodon. Here is a great article explaining what that platform is:

Here are the statistics so far:

I really like the @infosec.exchange culture and overall experience there.

Patreon

Nothing to say about 2022 - it was a disappointment for me in 2021, but I have an idea of how to make it more interesting for you. But that's for the second half year.

LinkedIn

๐Ÿ”” Followers: 125

Established in April 2022 - I'm happy with its performance. It reaches my targeted audience and my posts are gaining some interest on the platform, so I'll be keep taking care of that site.

Discord

Again, I wish there was more activity there. Probably it will be if I would include some Discord gaming and giveaway bots - but I don't want to. I wish that to be some more professional space.

At least it is useful when I organize some events, so we can have a neat space to talk together.

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