This time on the show, Shannon reviews the malware analysis disto REMnux. Darren check out Google Drive Sync Alternatives, then wrapping it up with EliteWraps. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show we're tunneling our traffic through multiple servers with proxychains. Plus, safe password keeping and Active Directory authentication for Linux. All that and more this time on Hak5.
This time on the show Darren reports from SXSW 2012 with Eighty of Dual Core and Chris Mooney of DoD.net. The boys discuss two-factor authentication on the Linux platform then brainstorm and develop a tool, dubbed "Kill All The Humans", to protect your machine from unwanted invaders. Invaders must die.
Hak5 1016 – Virtualized USB booting with QEMU, Steganalysis with Scalpel, x11vnc, screen for windows
This time on the show, carving hidden files with scalpel, booting USB drives in Linux from QEMU and VNC tips for BackTrack and Android. All that and more this time on Hak5!
Hak5 1015 – Recovery & Forensics with Scalpel, Cloud storage with PogoPlug and 1000mw WiFi in the US?
This time on the show, Eighty of Dual Core returns for a little file recovery mojo using Scalpel. Then Jed Putterman of Pogoplug joins us to talk cloud storage. Plus can bash scripts monitor your CPU temperature? Radiating Paul-the-Camera-Guy’s brain with a 16dBi Yagi antenna and transmitting WiFi over 500mw in the US, can it be done? All that and more this time on Hak5!
Are we one step closer to becoming cyborgs? We’re looking at the latest in Augmented Reality Glasses. The ultimate tool for analyzing, recovering and fixing a borked box. 4G USB modems and Linux, can they play nice together? And who’s multicast datagram IP flow is making nets glow? We’ll find out! All that and more this time on Hak5!
Hulu and the BBC iPlayer everywhere with a little VPN action to bypass Geo IP filters. We’ll be setting up Network Manager in BackTrack5. Plus, Linux inside of Windows, graphing trace-routes in terminal and a whole lot more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, capturing and analyzing Bluetooth packets with the Ubertooth One, Kismet and Wireshark, Booting VirtualBox VMs from physical USB drives, bypassing Geo IP location restrictions, and tons more.
This time on the show, an Ubertooth One Primer – Setup with BackTrack 5. Booting multiple ISOs from a single USB drive, we’ve got plenty of options. And answers to your questions on A+ certs, programming languages, network scanning and more.
We’re getting promiscuous, with wireless cards! As part of our foundation series of HakTips Darren covers the fundamentals of wireless packet sniffing with a practical approach in BackTrack Linux using the Aircrack-ng suite.
This time on an exciting brand-new-studio edition of Hak5 we’re getting hands on with the latest version of BackTrack-Linux, configuring virtual machines and wireless. Shannon’s flashing the firmware on a Dingoo Digital A320 and installing a custom distro of Linux and so much more.
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.
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.
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.
Episode 625 – Create a BackTrack 4 persistent USB drive and a ZipIt Userland image for the average user
Darren is playing with the latest version of BackTrack linux, setting up a persistant USB boot drive that’ll keep your files and settings consistent after a restart. Shannon is back at the ZipIt checking out the “Average User” userland image and connecting to WPA protected wireless networks.
In this episode of Hak5 Darren uses the eeePC, BackTrack 3, and Aircrack-ng to audit the security of our WPA encrypted wireless access point. Wess reviews Herbie the Mousebot from Solarbotics, a great electronics projects for beginners/intermediates. Chris Gerling comes by to show us Rockbox, the open source firmware alternative for your portable media players as well as a brief tutorial on building your own songs for frets on fire. Grab a companion cube and gather ’round for some technolust.