When you can e-mail us
This year, we received an overwhelming number of e-mails, including questions about our content, requests to update or write new content, and some general suggestions. However, we also got a considerable number of e-mails in the style of “I want to buy your domain name,” “here is a job for you,” “rate my setup,” “do my homework,” “promote my blog,” “post my article,” “pentest my service,” “rate this product,” etc.
As stated on our Contact page, please contact us when our content is unclear or outdated.
On the contrary, we won’t and can’t help you with any general IT requests. If you don’t know any network fundamentals, read some books, set up virtual machines, and practice. If you are stuck doing your homework, use a search engine. If you are unsure whether “your setup” is secure, understand that security isn’t a property. Besides, we won’t post any third-party articles, promote any third-party resources that we don’t know or use, or do any free security assessments.
We hope that our policy is reasonable. As we stated many times, the InfoSec Handbook is a leisure project. It is neither a company nor a for-profit organization.
Thank you very much! ☺️