This week we wrap up Hak5 season 8 with the conclusion of our Shmoocon 2011 conversations. Search and Siezure, Evite pwnage and printer attacks! Be sure to tune in next week for a very special Hak5 season 9 premiere!
This time on the show Darren talks to Georgia Weidman, Director of Cyber Warfare at Reverse Space about her smartphone botnet project. Shannon learns about the latest in Katana and Joe Klein joins us once again to debunk IPv4 exhaustion myths and the next step for IPv6 adoption.
This time on Hak5 we venture back to DC for Shmoocon and meet up with Michael Ossmann of GreatScottGadgets.com to find out about project Ubertooth – a custom hardware device for sniffing and injecting bluetooth packets. Then Shannon finds out the latest from Hackers For Charity with our good friend Johnny Long. Look out for even more Shmoocon coverage next week as we wrap up Hak5 season 8.
Episode 823 – Building a Virtualization Cluster for under $1000?!? 3 CPUs, 12 gigs of ram and a cardboard case mod
This time on Hak5 we’re asking the question, can a three node Virtualization Cluster be built for under $1000? With the help of Proxmox, an open source virtualization environment, some cardboard boxes and a knife — we find out!
Episode Description (30-40 words): On this special edition of Hak5 Darren and Shannon are joined by Jenn Cutter to wrap up their favourite gadgets from CES 2011. Tune in and catch a pair of stereoscopic 3D augmented-reality video eyewear from Vuzix, the AR Drone flying video game / robotic helicopter from Parrot, and a hydrogen fuel cell remote control car sure to please. Plus a behind the scenes look at prototype holographic eyewear! Trust your technolust!
This time on the show Darren shares a heartwarming story about how a little plastic minifig saved the day using the Linux screen command. Shannon demos her favorite webcam software’s motion detection features, and Jason introduces interface design using the QT SDK.
This time on the show Shannon joins us “in studio” to go over a little signal sampling. Jenn has just the emulator for the Nintendo DS-less, and Jason kicks off a series on programming using the QT SDK.
This time on the show Darren continues his series on the Public Switched Telephone Network with Time Division Multiplexing and some of the more interesting elements of T1 signalling. signaling.
Episode 814 – DSLR video hacks, homebrew Google TV, Shannon’s favorite portable apps, Ubuntu FTP servers and USB Dumper
This time on the show Jason joins us to talk DSLR video hacks and
homebrew Google TV. Shannon brings us her favorite portable apps, and
Jackie and Darren tackle your questions concerning secure FTP, Ubuntu
Server, and document stealing with USB Dumper.
In this episode of Hak5 Shannon brings us her top jailbroken apps for the iPhone while Jason ditches the heavy development environment and takes on lightweight scripting for Android.
In this episode Darren sits down with Joe Klein at Toorcon San Diego 2010 to talk IPv6, good and evil. Its more than just a big address space. We discuss the demise of IPv4, the differences between IPv6 and IPv6, Neighbor discovery, self-forming networks, global multicasting, address discovery and more.
In this high as a kite edition of Hak5 Darren takes you on an adventure through the wonderful world of DNS. Explore the vast and intricate details of our beloved Domain Name System while exploiting mis-configured routers, brute forcing, and even looking up Wikipedia entries from TXT records.
This time on the show: DNS Brute Forcing part 1. The Stoned Bootkit. Controlling your PC via SMS with Google Voice and a little Java code. Plus, mini-ITX power supplies, Pelican cases and Shannon’s a penguin. All that a more this time on Hak5!
Securely forwarding X11 over SSH so you can use Linux GUI tools in anywhere — even on Windows. Multi cam editing, SMS rescue texts, Android Terminals and clark kent glasses. All that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on Hak5 Jason is writing an Android app to interface with our PHP/Apache/Arduino controlled garage door opener. We check out the latest Magic Lantern firmware for the Canon 550D, Shannon joins us to show off Katana — the happy hackers boot key — and answers to your emails.
This week we’re breaking out the breadboard for an oldschool Hak5 mod — the Internet enabled garage door opener. Because when it comes to garage entry, what could be easier than writing an Android app to access a home Apache server, hitting a PHP script that interfaces with a USB Teensy over serial, activating relays connected to a remote. Duh.
Darren checks out screen recording solutions for Linux while Jason improves his Boxee app with a little Python and Shannon is all about combining instant messaging, file sharing and remote access with Qnext.
Darren checks out Ampache, a powerful open source streaming media solution perfect for your Linux home server. Jason answers your Boxee questions and Shannon joins the round table for a discussion on jailbreaking and USB wireless adapters for virtual machines.
Following up from last week Darren is diving deeper into the Android App Inventor while Jason has you building the Boxee equivalent to Hello World — which is actually quite useful! Then Shannon has just the tool to make those 25 gigs of free Skydrive storage useful.
Hak5 kicks off another season with a plethora of projects. Darren gets his code on with Google’s new App Inventor for Android – a spiffy new web based drag-and-drop WYSIWYG development environment. Jason joins us for a little homebrew Boxee machine building and app development, and Shannon’s around for a little Ubuntu 10.10 lovin’