BIND9 DOS Attack, Android Mediaserver Attack Crashes Phones, TrackingPoint Sniper Rifles Wireless Hack

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A Bind Exploit Causes DOS Attacks, an Android Mediaserver Attack Crashes Phones, and TrackingPoint Sniper Rifles have a Wireless Hack. All that coming up now on ThreatWire. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/07/m...

Android SMS Hack and Brinks CompuSafe Hack

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The mother of all Android vulnerabilities, a safe running Windows XP is unsafe, and ZOMG Drones! All that coming up now on ThreatWire.   Android Text Message Hack: Stagefright   http://www.androi...

37 Million Ashley Madison Users Hacked, Free Hacking Team Scanner, Google Play Store Compromised?!?

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The Impact Team says they've compromised Avid Life Media, owners of AshleyMadison.com... and they're gonna expose all the accounts if the site isn't shut down. The latest Hacking Team data revelation: a backdoor throu...

Stagerless Meterpreter – Metasploit Minute

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Metasploit Minute – the break down on breaking in. Join Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) every Monday here on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Thank you for supporting this ad free programming. Sponsored by Hak5 and t...

Hiding Shells: Prepend Migrate – Metasploit Minute

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Metasploit Minute – the break down on breaking in. Join Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) every Monday here on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Thank you for supporting this ad free programming. Sponsored by Hak5 and t...

5 Ways To Get Initial Access – Metasploit Minute

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Metasploit Minute – the break down on breaking in. Join Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) every Monday here on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Thank you for supporting this ad free programming. Sponsored by Hak5 and t...

HakTip 139 – Wireshark 101: Wireless Sniffing

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Shannon demos a wireless network packet header in Wireshark and explains the 6 modes of wireless in this week's episode of HakTip. Download HD | Download MP4 Wireless works a bit differently than wired networks....

HakTip 138 – Wireshark and Recognizing Exploits

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This week on HakTip, Shannon pinpoints an exploitation using Wireshark. Download HD | Download MP4 Working on the shoulders of last week's episode, this week we'll discuss what exploits look like in Wireshark. T...

HakTip 137 – Identifying Open Ports in Wireshark

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Today on HakTip, Shannon explains how to view an attack on your network and how to discover your vulnerable network ports. Download HD | Download MP4 If you are working at a business, you may find that an attack...

TekThing 30: Is Windows 10 Really Free? Should you Upgrade? New Moto X & G, Best College Classes For Tech, More!

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Windows 10 is here! We’re checking out the OS security, features, and some specific questions you sent to us! Plus, Motorola’s new Android phones, and what classes to study if you’re college bound and want to make a c...

TekThing 29: Ethernet Beats WiFi, Tech Travel Gear, Password Lock Folders, Power Conditioners!

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Do I need a UPS or power conditioner to 'protect' my PC and home theater gear? 3 travel accessories every geek should have during their summer vacation, Ethernet vs. WiFi? (Hint, one of 'em crushes the other...) Why y...

TekThing 28: Logitech k400 Plus, 3 Awesome iPhone Apps, Secure Bank Logins, Backup Google Photos!

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Way to go NASA, the New Horizon images from Pluto are amazing! Logitech’s K400 Plus Keyboard, three awesome iPhone apps, Amazon Prime Day, securing your bank account with two factor authentication, syncing Google Driv...

Tutorial: Unboxing and Upgrading WiFi Pineapple Mark V – Pineapple University

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Getting started with the WiFi Pineapple Mark V. In this video, Darren unboxes and upgrades a WiFi Pineapple Mark V to the latest firmware. Learn more at http://www.wifipineapple.com

The Next-Gen Rogue Access Point: PineAP

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PineAP is an effective, modular rogue access point suite for the WiFi Pineapple. In some ways it can be seen as the next-generation Karma, but as you'll see it's a whole lot more. MK5 Karma Since the original WiFi...

5 Tips for First Time WiFi Pineapple Success

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It's the time of year when good (and sometimes naughty) hackers find fresh fruit under the tree. If you're new to the WiFi Pineapple, follow these tips for first time success. Get Yourself Connected Managing the...

Hak5 1824 – Introducing the LAN Turtle

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Introducing the Hak5 LAN Turtle, and a site to site VPN with OpenVPN Access Server. All that and more, this time on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Our newest edition to the Hak5 family of pentesting gear is...

Hak5 1823 – Finalizing the OpenVPN-AS Home Server Build

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Follow up on our quick and dirty OpenVPN guide from last week with the final setup to getting it online and accessible from outside your LAN. Download HD  |   Download MP4 1. Setup Static IP 2. Configure Xen to s...

Hak5 1822 – 10 Minute Free VPN Server Build

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VPNs are great for protecting your Internet traffic when on untrusted networks - like Public WiFi. So many times it's thrown around as advice "just get a VPN" - but where should you get a VPN? When you sign up for a $...

Hak5 1821 – Android Packet Sniffing and Free Alternatives to XenCenter

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Sniffing Packets on Android with tPacketCapture and Xen Orchestra, a free open source web-based management system for XenServers. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Links: https://xen-orchestra.com https://play...

Hak5 1820 – Proxmox VE vs. XenServer, Plus OpenXenManager for Linux

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Today on Hak5, we’re continue our experiments with the home lab virtual server with open source OpenXenManager for Linux. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Links: Open Xen Manager - http://sourceforge.net/projects/...

Hak5 1819 – Building a Home Lab Virtual Server Quick and Dirty

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Today on Hak5, we’re building a home lab virtual server with open source Xenserver and an Intel NUC. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Links: http://xenserver.org/ https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/www/us/en/n...

Hak5 1818 – Building a $600 VM Server

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A $600 Server Build! Or, Building a Virtualization Server Nodes with the Next Unit of Computing. All that and more, this time on Hak5. Download HD | Download MP4 Join us as we build the 2nd and 3rd server additi...

Hak5 1817 – Open Source Hardware Geiger Counters and Linux Tools for the Forgetful

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Detecting radiation with open source hardware geiger counters, and a little bit of Linux command line-fu to fix your sudo worries. Today, on Hak5! Download HD  |   Download MP4 Links: http://mightyohm.com/blo...

Hak5 1816 – Free Yourself From Google, Arduino Art, Open Source Friendica Plugins

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Freeing yourself from Google, installing open source friendica plugins, getting the most from your 4 tb hard drive, and building art with arduinos. All that and more this time on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4...

Hak5 1726 – Analog vs. Digital Inputs on an Arduino

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Today on Hak5, Shannon explains the difference between Analog and Digital pins, and demonstrates a few examples. Download HD  |   Download MP4 AnalogInput with Arduino: http://playground.arduino.cc/CourseWare/An...

Hak5 1725 – Ultimate Travel Drones and Pulse Width Modulation!

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What happens when a $100 quadcopter a complete carbon fiber and t-motor upgrade? Darren unveils The Ultimate FPV Travel Drone! Plus, how does LED dimming work? Shannon investigates Pulse Width Modulation. All that and...

Hak5 1724 – Rooted Android SSH Tunneling and Arduino Cylons!

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Following up on last weeks rootless Android SSH Tunneling tutorial, Darren Kitchen explores a much simpler way to secure all of the Internet traffic on your rooted Android device with the open source SSH Tunnel app. P...

Hak5 1723 – Rootless Android SSH Tunneling and Arduino Sketches

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We love SSH Tunnels for their versatility and ease of use. They're great for protecting Internet traffic and a breeze to setup on Windows, Mac or Linux. So how about Android? Darren looks into SSH Tunneling from an un...

Hak5 1722 – WiFi Deauth Attacks, Downloading YouTube, Quadcopters and Capacitors

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WiFi Deauth attacks using the new WiFi Pineapple firmwares Recon Mode, downloading YouTube videos from the command line, quadcopters on a boat, and capacitors. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD  |  ...

Hak5 1721 – Linux on Chromebooks and Light Emitting Diodes

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Can a $200 Chromebook run linux? Darren finds out with a Crouton! Plus - The ins and outs on LED - Shannon explains. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD  |   Download MP4 Linux Your Chromebook A...

Hak5 1720 – New Years Barbeque

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This week on Hak5, Darren and Shannon take time to sit back and relax on the Hak5 couch and talk about some of there favorite tech, tech books, and some good achievements as well as future plans. Download HD  |   D...

Hak5 1719 – Resistance is Futile, Unless Using Ohm’s Law

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This week on Hak5, Shannon is calculating resistance with Ohm's Law, and explaining how resistors work in small electronic circuitry. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Happy Holidays!! What is Ohms law? It com...

Hak5 1718 – Free Virtualization Clusters and Breadboards

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Free Open Source Virtualization cluster platforms that rival our old favorite, Proxmox VE - Darren reports. Plus, Shannon's breadboarding with Arduino. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD  |   Downloa...