This time on the show Darren reports from SXSW 2012 with Eighty of Dual Core and Chris Mooney of DoD.net. The boys discuss two-factor authentication on the Linux platform then brainstorm and develop a tool, dubbed "Kill All The Humans", to protect your machine from unwanted invaders. Invaders must die.
This time on the show, locking down your PC with proximity and a little bluetooth magic -- I'll be showing you how. Then, what's the IEEE on about these days? Darren reports from South-by-South-West. More fun bash tips and VPN security - who do you trust? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, maintaining persistence and privacy on IRC with your very own bouncer - Darren explains. Then setting up simple 2-factor authentication in Windows. Plus why VIM is better than VI, or was that Emacs? All that and much more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, Ubuntu 12.04 is around the corner and we have a first-look at its new Head-Up Display. Then Eighty of Dual Core joins us to setup Backtrack 5 with root encryption. Plus Ubuntu on Android?
This time on the show, breaking out of the sandbox - Shaffer and
Cuevas share their research on bypassing application white lists.
Plus, what does it take to put on an IPv6 network at a hacker con?
Brett Thorson of Shmoo Labs explains. And finally it wouldn't be a
hacker con without J0nny Long and the latest from Hackers for Charity.
All that and more on this Hak5 Special from Shmoocon 2012!
This time on the show, cracking WPA keys with a little WPS brute forcing action -- Darren Interviews Craig Heffner, author of Reaver. Plus DLL injection and other mischief in Microsoft's Power Shell with Power Syringe. And finally, a big red button of doom that'll turn a working hard drive into forensically sound toast in seconds. All that and more from this Hak5 Special from Shmoocon 2012!
Ever wish you could just update all of your programs at once instead of when they give you a popup to do so? You can with this Windows program similar to apt-get upgrade in Linux, called AppUpdater.
This time on the show we're automating everything! Darren shows off intelligent scripting with expect for Linux. Then I'll be encrypting folders from a context menu in Gnome, pairing 'em with some cloud services and boom, you've got secure backups. Plus, multi-core GCC compiling, directory size scripting and can USB drives be trusted? All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, setting up a PXE server to launch Debian and Backtrack without using optical media! Plus Dale Chase's Nerdcore CES wrap-up and some linux lovin' bash-fu. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
We visited the Consumer Electronic Show again in Las Vegas this year, and we found plenty to talk about! Here you’ll find all 40+ of our segments and interviews from the show floor. Amongst all of those OLED tvs and 3D monitors are some great little treasures. Here are the coolest open source, Linux based, wireless enabled devices and gadgets sure to tickle your technolust. Enjoy!
On today's HakTip we're checking out the Problems Step Recorder, a built in Windows 7 program that will record ever mouse or keyboard click for faster and easier problem solving.
is time on the show, access your cloud via explorer, Mubix joins us to talk keylogging with AutoIt, and a few of your tips and questions. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, Darren and Shannon are out so Jason and Colleen Henry are stepping with. With Brian Brushwood showing off this social scam to rock the iTunes charts, Jason showing offTracelytics, and Colleen checks out Plex
Today we're skinning holiday cats in bash. That's Linux speak for we're doing fun happy command line things for the sake of doing them. Merry Christmas!
This time on the show, home voice over IP setups using Free Switch — Christian Fernandez of Custard joins us. Then, Jolicloud OS — is it cloudy…..and jolly? Plus bash watch scripts, remapping capslock from the terminal and Jason on Carrier IQ.
This time on the show Kevin Mitnick is in the house to answer questions from us and you! Then preventing file clobbering with mistyped wakkas and keeping big brother from eavesdropping on you! Plus, a missle whistle? All that and more this time on Hak5!
Running out of room on your Solid State C Drive? Move your Steam games to another drive while keeping them playable with this great program.
Hak5 1016 – Virtualized USB booting with QEMU, Steganalysis with Scalpel, x11vnc, screen for windows
This time on the show, carving hidden files with scalpel, booting USB drives in Linux from QEMU and VNC tips for BackTrack and Android. All that and more this time on Hak5!
In this HakTip Darren covers how to implement a grease monkey script in chrome to correct a problem made by website designers.
Hak5 1015 – Recovery & Forensics with Scalpel, Cloud storage with PogoPlug and 1000mw WiFi in the US?
This time on the show, Eighty of Dual Core returns for a little file recovery mojo using Scalpel. Then Jed Putterman of Pogoplug joins us to talk cloud storage. Plus can bash scripts monitor your CPU temperature? Radiating Paul-the-Camera-Guy’s brain with a 16dBi Yagi antenna and transmitting WiFi over 500mw in the US, can it be done? All that and more this time on Hak5!
Ever want to tweak your CPU just a bit, change the fan speeds, or just plain research your machines stats? Here are some tools that do just that.