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USAF Tech Controller's
This is the systems control / tech control source page. My goal here is to provide tech controllers with a way to get useful information for their current jobs and to aid in their job search. You can even post your resume here! I want to encourage the exchange of useful information for all of us. You will find a lot of information on networking, network security (hacking/anti-hacking), employment, server administration, communications protocols, LAN/WAN, and more. For more information, scroll down to "What You'll Find"
(12/02/07) News: This site is now behind a better firewall and will be migrating to a message board format soon. Check back often.
(05/25/07) Link: Updated, script-kiddie interface. This makes it easy for anyone with a little clue to run multiple exploits against a target. It is called The Metasploit Framework. You should be aware of this tool. In fact, I personally recommend using it in a test environment (security lab) to see how easy it is, all that it does, and analyze its fingerprint. For the linux-phobes, yes, there is a Windows port too.
(07/10/06) Books: Some books I recommend are Masters of War (Author: Handel), Boyd - The Fighter Pilot that Changed the Art of War (Author: Coram).
New NCO? Been one for awhile? Here is a book that I wish I read sooner. I also think that any person in any leadership position should read this book or listen to it on tape. The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C. Maxwell can enable you and your organization/team to accomplish its mission, thrive in adversity and stand out as certain achievers. This isn't Quality Air Force, this is leadership. It is a great recommendation for any rank, E-1 to O-10.
Tech Magazine Subscriptions! Click on
the magazine link in the blue sidebar. These are free industry magazines.
Just fill out an online survey that basically states your role
in purchasing decisions. Think of your responsibilities in tech
solutions and that is enough. I subscribe to three of them
and they are an immense help for new equipment and just staying current.
They are at http://www.cmp.com/domesticpubs/printpub.htm
What You'll Find
areas to the left are categories I believe will be useful. I will have
some original thoughts here and there, but the real goal of this page
is to point you to where you can find the best, most useful information...at