In this episode Matt uses PowerGUI to command the new Windows PowerShell, Chris Gerling demonstrates Helix, an open source forensics toolkit and Darren builds a simple web mashup using Yahoo Pipes. Plus haksnacks including router passwords, uninterrupted file copying, password strength auditing, and Firefox keyword shortcuts.
Oh yeah and some bloopers. A lot of bloopers. Actually, pretty much most of the episode is one ongoing blooper. We’re kicking it oldschool Hak5 style. Call it senioritis if you will .
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Running time: 40:00
The new scan converter (device that takes the VGA output from our computers and inputs them into the video mixer) had great resolution and clarity however that isn’t seen in this episode. Unfortunately the video signal was a bit borked and everything captured was slightly pink. I’ve done my best to balance the color in post. Better luck next time I guess
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