Rounding out season 7 Darren and Shannon meetup to take on iOS 4 jailbreaking, followed by a roundabout way to stream media anywhere online using some open source python scripts. Toss in a little VirtualBox PHP front-ends and Untangle tweaks for good measure. Then Shannon has just the tools to detect network throttling. All that and more on this episode of Hak5!
On this better late then never episode of Hak5 Darren is joined by
Hak5 IRC’s very own Rkiver to talk Android Root. Then Shannon has just
the tool to get a peak at your desktop using Dropbox. Plus, Evil
Server and a boat.
This week Shannon has a great Snubs Report on setting up a Virtual Private Network using your Google account, and Darren shares some lessons learned in Linux wireless chipset compatibility and motherboard selection in a segment that can only be dubbed “How I walked in for a USB dongle and left with an i7 rig”
This week Darren heads to the Department of Spontaneous Combustion to meet with PC guru Colleen Kelly and get learned up on the arts of water cooling. Then we’re joined by Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) for a discussion on EXIF data, geo location, and twitpic privacy. Plus, Shannon has the hookup on 25 gigs of free cloud storage!
This week Darren is joined by Jenn Cutter of OpenAlpha.tv in LA for the E3 Expo. We’re taking a look at our favorite picks from the show floor including the latest from Alienware, Valve and Nintendo, plus linux gaming handhelds, wireless PC controllers, latest addition to the rock music gaming scene and much more.
The Hack Across America series concludes after 6 weeks and the first order of business at the new place in the San Francisco bay area is to build an inexpensive home server to host virtual machines. Then Shannon has a Windows power tools two-fer and Jason joins us for some Android application development — can you way wardriving app?
The Hack Across America series continues in week 5 with Eighty of DualCore and PDF Exploits and malware analysis. Darren and Shannon take your questions at the Hak5 Springfield MO Meetup, and the perfect screenshot utility in this week’s Snubs Report.
The Hack Across America series continues in week 4 with what can only be described as the LateHak Show thanks to the enthusiastic folks at the i3Detroit hackerspace. Jenn Cutter joins us from Toronto for a little Nintendo DSiXL homebrew and Shannon has the cure for HTTP file transfer woes in this weeks Snubs Report. Hang on to your plush primate, it’s time for technolust!
The Hack Across America series continues in week 2 with Jason and Android user interface development, Shannon Morse and Windows file transfer utilities, and an exclusive interview with nerdcore sensation Dale Chase. Plus, Hackers on Ice!
Week 1 of the Hack Across America series begins with a look at a bare metal disaster recovery plan. Darren talks Hard Disk cloning the free and open source way, while Shannon investigates a number of tools for offline Google Maps usage.
This week Shannon is investigating alternative ways to view web media with CoolIris. Jason is diving into some mobile application development with the Android SDK, and Jenn brings us the latest about Puzzle Quest 2.
Darren says goodbye to the HakHouse and explains what’s going on over at HackAcrossAmerica.com.
In this wacky episode of Hak5 Darren and Paul follow up on some USB Rubber Ducky related topics, a cheaper version of the mini camera from last week, pelican cases, USB LCD monitors and flying zebras. Meanwhile Shannon is investigating a freeware tool that’ll keep your folders in sync over just about any protocol.
This time on the show Shannon has a tool that’ll make that spring cleaning Windows reinstall a breeze in the Snubs Report. Then Mubix is unboxing the Nano Note, a pocket sized OpenWRT based bundle of Linux Lovin’. And finally Darren has the scoop on a new open source pen testing tool, the USB Rubber Ducky! Tune in and find out about special dev kits.
Jason and Jenn Cutter bring us sights from the show floor at the Penny Arcade Expo East 2010. Table top dungeons & dragons on a multi-touch surface! A mod to turn any guitar into a game controller and killer gaming headphones. Plus, Shannon investigates secure delete utilities in this week’s Snusb Report. All that and more this time on Hak5.
Back in Canada again eh? It’s another Hak5 field trip. This time the crew is in Toronto for the Pure Pwnage Teh TV Series premiere at the Bloor Street theatre. We’re talking to creators and cast Geoff Lapaire (Kyle), Jarett Cale (Jeremy) and Joel Gardiner (fps_doug).
While meeting up with family in Florida this week Darren takes on a WiFi Challenge using the airport friendly Pineapple Mark II and Airdrop-ng. Plus, Shannon has a follow-up to the Ultra Software including your picks.
Back from Britain and bouncing off the walls Darren pits three ancient Internet Explorers against each other to see which free application sandbox can save you from yourself. Shannon joins us from Missouri for her take on the top “ultra” Windows software, and Paul… Well, Paul’s tearing down the set.
Following our 2010 Shmoocon special we’re joined in studio by security expert and programmer extraordinaire Robin Wood to talk about his proof of concept botnet command and control tool KreiosC2. We also discuss tools for detecting traditional Man-in-the-Middle attacks. And stay tuned for a special season seven announcement.