This time on the show, HD Moore talks Metasploit, Kos talks cross-site scripting smartphone apps, Brad from Level1 sends a balloon across the pond, and Darren pipes a thing into a thing and makes something happen. All that and more this time on Hak5.

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Metasploit 4 with HD Moore at United Security Summit

Darren catches up with HD Moore, creator of Metasploit and CSO at Rapid7, at the United Security Summit to talk about the latest innovations in the popular penetration testing tool as well as a few odds and ends. Mostly odds.

Hacker Headlines Remix

This week Paul mixes up with Hacker Headlines with a little creative chroma-keying. DaleChase.com for more great nerdcore.

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Trans-Atlantic Ballooning with Brad from LVL1 Hackerspace at Derbycon

Darren meets Brad from the LVL1 hackerspace in Louisville, KY to talk about their project to send a balloon across the pond.

Nibble – Untar’ing from the web

Anonymous sends in this nibble for bash! “# Download and extract archives without permanently storing the .tar.gz file wget -O – http://www.example.com/archive.tar.gz | tar xvfz -”

Cross-Site-Scripting Smartphone apps with Kos at Derbycon

Cross-Site-Scripting attacks aren’t just for websites anymore as Kos demonstrates at Derbycon!

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4 Comments

  • The last part on youtube is broken. It gets cut off at 11:33 during the emails.

  • Micah Bucy 2 years ago

    I saw a report on using the GPU to brute-force passwords upwards of 10.3 billion passwords per second (http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/view/21186/30-graphics-card-can-bruteforce-crack-any-eight-character-password-in-just-four-hours/). I foresee a WPA brute force cracker. It’s the perfect application for this technology.

    • I’m surprised that there isn’t already more support for GPU, John the ripper has been doing some awsome stuff with that for few good hashes, notably MD5. See this link for more:
      http://openwall.info/wiki/john/GPU

      A “WPA brute force cracker” for GPU based brute forcing would be seriously cooooool!!! Is there anything thats moving towards that now?

      Anyhow the point is that modern GPUs have serious talent for cryptography, a good example of this is bit coin mining, where GPU serves as the standard basis for block creation, which now takes alot of computing power.

      More of it on hak5 plz.

  • this ceo needs to slowwwwww down when he talks if he wants to sell this to the biz community on a large scale.