This time on the show, something happened to Darren… He's AWOL somewhere in Europe or France or Geneva, on ITU business. Also talking about Yubico with Stina Ehrensvärd and Cat Ears! All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, optimizing your Linux install for better battery life - Darren reports. Then, Encrypt all the things! I'm setting up local encryption volumes that play well with cloud sync services like spideroak and dropbox. Plus, RSS podcasts from YouTube - is it possible? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, can an SSH Proxy become a VPN? We're bridging networks with a wicked python script.. It's what happens when a transparent proxy gets together with a VPN and SSH. That's like a networking threesome! Plus, secure chat in Linux! All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, installing Ubuntu on the Nexus 7. Plus, EtherApe, Backbox and Matriux. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, packet captures on Android - Mike Kershaw, aka Drag0rn, joins us to talk about his rootless Android pcap app. Then, backing up Ubuntu the easy way. Plus, apt tips, sudo aliases and the return of blackbuntu? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Cracking every standard Windows password in less than 6 hours with a massive GPU cluster, building a home theater PC for about $300 and blinkenlights. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, an online brute force attack against Android successfully defeats 4-digit PIN codes in about 16 hours using the USB Rubber Ducky without wiping user data. Plus, BackBox Linux - is this a pen-testing OS for every day use? All that and more, this time on Hak5.
This time on the show, hacking Android with the USB Rubber Ducky. Darren revisits the original Human Interface Device Attack tool and shows off the 4th generation hardware. Plus, improve your Ubuntu boxes performance with a few simple tips - Shannon reports. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Hak5 1215 – Run Windows apps in Linux the easy way, Netflix unofficially comes to Linux, and Chocolate!
This time on the show, Netflix comes to Linux! Sort of. We'll explain how and what this might mean for the industry. Then, playing games and other Windows apps in Linux with WINE, which, isn't an emulator. But it is. Sorta. Plus, our favorite Linux commands. One of 'em involves chocolate! Stay tuned! All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, we continue hacking the airwaves with RFcat, a usb radio dongle and a little python lovin'. Then I'm setting up a bit of counter surveillance rig the easy way with a live Onion Router distro. Plus, portable VPN clients for unprivileged users - what are your open source options? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, patching privacy holes in Ubuntu 12.10, event triggers in Linux with CuttleFish, and what it means to be a public hacker. All that and more, this time on Hak5.
This time on the show, Hack the Airwaves! Darren sits down with HackRF creators Mike Ossmann and Jared Boone at Toorcon San Diego. Then, rooting the Netgear NeoTV with just a remote? It's possible with just a little command injection. I'll show you how. Plus, disk imaging in Linux the sexy way. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, let the pwnage begin! Viss shares with us his Eagle Eye tool for evaluating tens of thousands of potentially insecure publicly accessible web servers with ease. What's out there? Red Light cameras, industrial automation systems, power plants? Oh my! Then I'll be controlling my MK802 with an phone - that's Android on Android action to the one there. Plus, war dialing! You heard me right, not driving, dialing. Senor Jiffy Pop explains why having your computer dial ten thousand phone numbers in the middle of the night is still quite relevant. Take that "out of band" security! All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, funny WiFi names, MDK3 and non-violent protesting with an Occupineapple. Plus, what's the deal with the MK802? I'll be reviewing this little Android PC. All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, motion detecting lock screens for Linux using motion and pagekite, NFC hacking on Android with an Arduino and how secure is that 80 character password really? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, its gaming on the Nexus 7, and we'll be showing you how to get up and running with a Playstation 3 controller on Android over Bluetooth. Then Darren gets your local web server online in minutes with a free reverse proxy tool -- that means no more port forwarding, no more dynamic DNS, no more firewall configs! Plus, accidentally breaking into Facebook? We'll explain how one viewer's backups resulted in an inadvertent side-jacking attack! All that and more!
This time on a special Derbycon edition of Hak5, we're joined by Skip of Passing-The-Hash to talk Windows Auth Tokens, then Mubix from Room362 shares his unprivileged network mapping utility, and Chris Gates of Carnal 0wnage farms Linked In and trolls incident response teams. All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, learn to fly a quad-copter from the pros! Darren heads down to Santa Cruz and meets with the folks at Quad-Shot. Plus, frightening the TSA and out-of-spec USB cables and more this time on Hak5!
Kos of kos.io joins us to demonstrate his lethal Android hacking toolkit - P2P-ADB. Taking advantage of USB Debug Mode, Root, and some crafty hacks Kos' toolkit enables the bypassing of lock screens, making system changes and even "backing up" Android profiles, all from one phone to another. Kos goes on to perform an Auth token cloning attack, enabling an attacker to gain access to a victims Google account, change the password, or even setup a one-time-password for themselves if two-factor-authentication is enabled. The open-source P2P-ADB framework is available from http://kos.io and requires a rooted Android and OTG cable.
Mike Kershaw (aka Dragorn) of Kismet fame joins us to talk all thingsKismet, WiFi hacking, and his latest project - the Kisbee.
This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - the American Hacker Camp. This time Darren speaks with Rob Eby about packet radio as an extension of the Internet. Plus, what could be better than flexible individually addressable RGB LED strips? %1 controlled by Arduino! All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - The American Hacker Camp. Darren speaks with Mathew L of Public Laboratory about Balloon mapping. Then Shadytel shares their experience building a certified experimental GSM network. Plus, why do hacker's pants weigh 3 pounds? Ronin of HackFromACave explains.
This time on the show Darren travels to the North Western most corner of the continental US for Toorcamp -- an epic Hacker Camp hosting some of the nations most creative hackers, makers, movers and shakers.