This time on the show, Python + Privoxy = no more banner ads the your router level! Eighty of Dual Core reports. Plus, a cloud syncing NAS without the hassles of building and maintaining a BSD box or messing with Rsync to EC2! Not that you couldn’t, just, this one’s dead simple.
This time on the show, the WiFi Pineapple gets a major revamp with Man-in-the-Middle tools and spiffy new web interface. Plus the best tools for EXT3 partition data recovery, Credit Card validation and simple Windows checksum tools. All that and more this time on Hak5!
Deleting files is easy! But so is restoring them. Today, we're looking at tools to help securely and safely delete and restore files.
In this bash basics HakTip we’re downloading files from .htaccess protected web directories without storing the password in the bash history.
There are a lot of handy ways to launch programs and apps in Windows, and here are 3 of my favorites: RocketDock, StarDock ObjectDock, and True Launch Bar.
In this bash basics HakTip we’re turning exhaustively long commands into shell scripts with minimal effort.
This time on the show, is one factor of authentication enough? No, of course it isn’t. That’s why Stina EhrensvÃ¤rd, CEO and founder of Yubico is here to talk about the future of authentication. Plus Linux terminal tips, USB Ethernet adapters and more, this time on Hak5!
After years of development the Hak5 team debuts the most lethal Human Interface Device to grace an unsuspecting USB port. Introducing the USB Rubber Ducky. In this episode of Hak5, Darren and team demonstrate the power of this cross-platform local attack framework with a few payloads aimed at fully patched Windows 7 boxes. Shannon continues her quest for the perfect Linux desktop with a switch from Ubuntu’s Unity to Gnome, and we answer your questions regarding PC recycling, x86 routers and free / open source PC migration software. All that and more this time on Hak5.
This time on the show, Open Source Airfoil Designs, Installing Ubuntu from within Windows and DC power supplies.
Are we one step closer to becoming cyborgs? We’re looking at the latest in Augmented Reality Glasses. The ultimate tool for analyzing, recovering and fixing a borked box. 4G USB modems and Linux, can they play nice together? And who’s multicast datagram IP flow is making nets glow? We’ll find out! All that and more this time on Hak5!
In this epic episode of Hak5 we present our case mod as part of the Hak5 / Ben Heck Case Mod Challenge. Our hacked up wearable computer is capable of sniffing all 14 WiFi channels at once as well as providing Internets via a WiFi Pineapple mk3 dev board. Then Shannon has just the trick for booting VMs from USB drives with a sweet bootloader ISO. All that and more this time on Hak5!
I’ve lost my flashdrive! And if an honest person found it I can use this script to send them a message and contact info!
In this episode Darren is once again joined by Piotr from the Quadshot project to talk about their unique autopilot hardware, the LISA, and how to get started programming the open source autopilot software, paparazzi, with XML. Shannon shares her thoughts on the easy-to-use Linux distro PinguyOS and Dale Chase takes the mic for a little Hacker Headlines Remix.