Steven Zeegers

Hi, I'm Steven. I'm a 30-something autistic ethical hacker who is fascinated with technology and dabbles in photography, video games and creating content for YouTube and blogs.

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Why I no longer recommend Siteground

Editor’s note: I forgot to correctly establish the timeline, and some people wondered about that. I should mention that I moved my website(s) away from them as early as November 2020, before their most recent price hike went into effect. In the previous version of this blog, this blog had a “Recommendations” section. Although there’s …

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Announcing “From App To Zip”

After a lot of deliberating, the time is finally there to announce my latest project. Say hello to From App To Zip, everyone! And while we’re at it, we’re partially retiring Joomla & More. It’s still really early days and the website looks really rudimentary and empty, but that’ll change gradually over time. If you …

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Deconstructing an SMS scam in 4 steps

This morning, I was woken up at dawn because of an IT emergency. My mother had received a text from the FOD Financiën, telling her she owed them 11,50 for which they’d sent a debt collector. She sort-of-feared that this text message was real but also expected it to be an SMS scam. You can …

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Wanted: No more call center position offers (M/F)

People often say that beggars can’t be choosers. Projected on my current job situation, in which I’ve been out of a job for a few months, I suppose that means I should be considering every possible job offer. It’s fair enough to claim that any job is better than no job. However, there are some …

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Multiple Polish city domains compromised.

In the past few days, a trend has emerged on one of my websites. There has been a stream of subscriptions to e-mail updates from Polish e-mail addresses which are obviously fake. They’re using names which seem to be randomly picked from an American phone book. I can’t tell you what they are hoping to …

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Analysis Paralysis deleted this post.

Earlier today, I sat down to write a blog post about a topic. However, the problem is that I can’t tell you what that topic was. I forgot because of what happened after I sat down. Once I was ready to start writing, I immediately got distracted. My brain kindly informed me that I have …

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Creating a “Who’s Who” page for teams in Microsoft Teams

Today, I was curious to find out if there’s a simple way inside Microsoft Teams to create an overview of who’s who inside a team. Why would you need that? People that are new to your organization  might not always know who they can contact for certain questions. That becomes even more of an issue …

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I’ll be returning to Computertaal in 2020

I have an announcement to make, and the title of this post mostly covers what I want to say. But most people will read that title and be confused about a thing or two, so here is a little backstory. Computertaal is a technology blog that is more than a one and a half decade …

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