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.

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USB Rubber Ducky Defenses

Darren and Paul discuss Moonlit’s Duck Hunt defense program. Paul makes fun of Darren for overpaying for the muvi micro, and Darren shares a story about White-Hat USB Rubber Duckies.

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Snubs Report: Allways Sync

If you’re anything like me you work on multiple computers. Your home desktop, personal laptop, netbook, work laptop, work desktop, not to mention the half dozen servers in your closet. Ok, maybe that one is particular to the Hakhouse — but you get the idea.

And while remote access is a great solution for when you need to grab a file real quick *there’s nothing like having all of your tools, research and work synchronized


And whether you’re using network drives, USB mass storage devices or even Amazon S3 this tool is sure to keep your files in check.

Allway Sync is a Windows folder synchronization tool free for personal use. It supports all types of sync methods, target directories and even features some pretty advanced scheduling options.

As far as target directories are concerned, Allway Sync features a plethora of options including windows folders, usb mass storage devices, network folders, ftp sites, Amazon S3, even WebDav and Activesync.

Of course this is just scratching the surface. Allway Sync has some really powerful scheduling and advanced options so I highly recommend poking around the menus.

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  • I wish i had that many.

  • haavok 5 years ago

    was the flashed line of:


    supposed to be 73:69:78:20:64:72:69:6e:6b:73 which I think spells out “six drinks”?

    • yes, but what does six drinks have to do with the wiki?

      • Raisor 5 years ago

        Do a search on the wiki for six drinks… think that is what it was about. A little dated for season 7 but still doable.

  • The Always Sync thing is interesting but since it is only Windows that is of no use to me and that is why I love my homies at DropBox…no matter the OS always got synced files…LOVE ME SOME DROPBOX

  • I always use Dropbox for syncing although I will take a look at Allway Sync and see how they compare.

  • Sitwon 5 years ago

    You could use Git for syncing files. And then you get backup for free.

  • I am using unison (and unison-gtk as well), running in linux (but should be available in windows, too.

    Have fun!


  • G Laverne Flambeau 5 years ago

    ALLWAY Sync skips any open files.
    Naturally your most important files are most likely to be open during the sync process.
    Not good.
    My Quickbooks and Outlook are always open and ALLWAY would get skipped by ALLWAY Sync.


  • looklike Allway sync is the great tool I love the ftp function

  • TimeSearcher 5 years ago

    Hate to tell you but the “” commercial after the A block only had the music track, none of the voice content made it to the final cut…

  • wrlee 5 years ago

    Microsoft has a great sync util called “Live Sync” at They have Windows AND Mac versions! Interestingly, they do not store any of the data, instead they only keep the sync names and each computer remembers what it is sync’d to… then, when files change, they are sync’d peer-peer! You have the option to encrypt the data that is sent, as well.

    Great for keeping any number of directories between any number of machines in sync. You can also share folders with others, separately from the private folders you have.

    Very clever implementation… it is administered via a web page.

    Check it out.

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