While on Vacation at the beach Darren and Shannon talk password security. Shannon covers her favorite free open source password safe, Keepass, and how it can take the nightmare out of remembering a different password for every site. Then, Darren goes over salting and what it does to protect your password’s hash on the back end.
Matt Lestock returns and brings us the skinny on converting physical servers into virtual servers and piping ‘em right into your ESXi box while Darren takes the scenic route on a Linux Apache Tomcat install with some Java and bash lovin’.
Rob Fuler, aka Mubix, of Room362.com joins us to expand on last week’s discussion about the Cold Boot attacks. We cover retrieving memory from live systems, analysis with tools like volatility, and file recovery with foremost. Mubix calls it forensics for the gray hat.
When it comes to recovering encryption keys from memory nobody has a more intriguing method than Princeton University researchers. We explore a method known as the “Cold Boot Attack”. Plus, a clever DirectX injecting UI widget for your PC games that means the end of ALT+Tab.
What’s your best defense against a boot CD that breaks Windows passwords in two keystrokes? Encrypting your entire hard disk. Shannon’s got the details on truecrypt drive encryption while Darren brings up plausible deniability with hidden volumes.
Darren’s Hacking WPA-PSK keys using the recently updated Cowpatty and some damn fine lookup tables. Connecting ESXi to iSCSI targets — Matt breaks it down with FreeNAS. And Shannon completely bypasses local Windows logins with a Kernel modifyin’ boot cd? w00t!
The gang gathers at a dive in Hoboken, NJ during their trip to NYC for the live diggnation and discuss wireless packet injection with airpwn, advancements in WPA-PSK attacks and of course, virtualization.
Building your own VMware ESXi Server in under an hour with parts you may have lying under your bed. Extreme sports cameras and mounts and mounts can be expensive. Why not build your own for about 5 bucks. And light video editing that’s both easy and free? Avidemux may be the answer.
Jenn Cutter of Open Alpha fame joins us to talk about recent developments in PSP hacking and homebrew. Matt’s got answers to your questions about rolling your own Storage Area Network for all your virtualization needs, and Darren’s filtering packets in the console with ngrep.
Episode 513 – Extract Windows Executables from Packet Captures, PHP Gmail Badges, Winning the Easter Egg Hunt, and special guest Eighty of DualCore
Eighty of Dual Core comes down to the HakHouse to share with us a technique for extracting Windows executables from packet captures. Darren’s featuring some of the Gmail badge submissions and a walkthrough of the Easter Egg hunt. Plus be sure to stick around as Eighty treats us to a live performance off his upcoming album.
Episode 512 – Break through the university firewall Internet Redirection, Hide data in photos with Steganography and answers to your Virtualization questions!
Want to bypass those nasty restrictions imposed by your corporate or university firewalls? Darren has just the trick with Internet Redirection. Ever wanted to hide secret data inside a photo? Shannon’s show us a neat steganography app. Plus Matt answers your virtualization questions!
Darren shows off some nifty tricks for Netcat and a targeted brute force attack dictionary generator. Matt continues his series on Virtualization with redundancy and Shannon pimps the blog with her WordPress plugin picks. Plus the results of our Monkey Contest, the Code Challenge and this weeks easter egg hunt
Matt kicks off a series on Virtualization and invites us to see the 10 Gigabit beast at his office while Shannon and Darren wrap up their series on Wii Homebrew with the easiest way to backup and load Wii games and the Dolphin emulator.
This April 1st we bring you a gem* from the archives. Recently dig’d from a super VHS tape it’s Hak5 episode 507 from 1995. We take a peak at a Windows 95 “chicago” beta build, get our phone phreaking on, and review one of the latest SNES games.
In this episode Shannon hacks the Wii and shares her favorite homebrew with us. Matt connects 3CX to the PSTN and Darren sets up a network monkey client in Linux.
The perfect primate for pen testers is none other than network monkey. Introducing Robin Wood’s Interceptor — on this episode we hack the Fon+ and turn it into a network tap and rogue wireless access point. Sniff the LAN from across the street or hack the network from the inside out! Learn how Network Monkey Pirates your Packets today!
Tired of paying $9.95 an hour for WiFi at the airport? Can you resolve DNS? We head down to Mubix’ lair and build a SSH SOCKS proxy over a DNS tunnel. Then we speak with Tyler McAdams from LinuxDNA about kernel optimizations and the future of gaming on Linux.
Episode 503 – Build a free VoIP PBX in under 10 minutes – Start programming a USB Dev Board for less than $20
Building a free voice over IP phone system was never easier. Matt shows us how to setup a 3CX PBX in under 10 minutes. Ever wanted to program a development board? Darrenï¿½s gets started with a USB based kit for under 20 bucks. And Ron Gula, CEO and CTO of Tenable Network Security joins us to talk about Nessus, PVS and more.
Darren’s got a soldering iron and knows how to use it. In this episode we kick off the HakHouse Rover project and web enable an inexpensive RC Tank using a Phidget USB Interface Kit. Then Jody Franklin joins us to talk about compiling PHP and using Netsh to renumber IP addresses in Windows. And Matt has a follow up to your questions about Napera. Plus our weekly trivia, LAN Party and a ton of fun.