Welcome 2024!

Happy New Year Everyone! We made it to 2024!

About Clifford Webhole

I’m just your average amateur web hack type of guy. Learning tips and tricks of the web universe as I go.

I love to code!

Why? Because your like a damn kid on Christmas. When your code actually works! Coding, also known as programming, is the process of instructing a computer to perform specific tasks by providing it with a set of instructions written in a programming language. These instructions, known as code, are composed of commands and algorithms that dictate how a computer should execute a particular function or solve a problem.

I love Linux!

Why? Because updates are forever FREE! Linux is an open-source operating system (OS) kernel that serves as the core component of various Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel. Linux is known for its stability, security, and flexibility. Unlike proprietary operating systems, Linux allows users to view, modify, and distribute its source code, fostering a collaborative and diverse community of developers.

I love Pen Testing!

Why? Because I’m still learning. Penetration testing, often abbreviated as pen testing, is a proactive cybersecurity approach aimed at identifying and assessing vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, or applications. Conducted by ethical hackers or security professionals. In other words you become a hacker.

I have a love-hate for WordPress

Why? Because WordPress is a widely used software that simplifies the creation and management of websites. No coding experience involved. Originally designed as a blogging platform, WordPress has evolved into a versatile tool for building various types of websites. In other words WordPress can actually make you look like. You know what your doing.

I love encryption!

Encrypting a file involves transforming its original content into a secure and unreadable format using an encryption algorithm and a cryptographic key. The purpose of file encryption is to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access or interception. When a file is encrypted, it appears as gibberish to anyone without the decryption key.

I love raspberry pi!

No not the actual pie. But the Raspberry Pi computer board. A Raspberry Pi is a small credit card-sized single-board computer developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Despite its compact size, the Raspberry Pi is a fully functional computer that includes a processor, RAM, USB ports, HDMI output, and GPIO

Why This Blog?

Your guess is good as mine. There are already enough websites. That offer this type of niche. If anything it will be a good read for others. Who know absolutely nothing about website development. And all of the rest of side dishes that go with it.

So My Goals Are

  • Learn and collaborate with fellow coders.
  • Showcase my projects.
  • Experience the world of computing technology.

My Newsletter

  • Too much work.
  • No plans to start one
  • I’ll think about it