This time on the show, its gaming on the Nexus 7, and we'll be showing you how to get up and running with a Playstation 3 controller on Android over Bluetooth. Then Darren gets your local web server online in minutes with a free reverse proxy tool -- that means no more port forwarding, no more dynamic DNS, no more firewall configs! Plus, accidentally breaking into Facebook? We'll explain how one viewer's backups resulted in an inadvertent side-jacking attack! All that and more!
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!
Back from Britain and bouncing off the walls Darren pits three ancient Internet Explorers against each other to see which free application sandbox can save you from yourself. Shannon joins us from Missouri for her take on the top “ultra” Windows software, and Paul… Well, Paul’s tearing down the set.
The age old scheme for bypassing restrictive firewalls, like those that block sites at school or work, has been to use a web proxy. Of course this is followed up by the network administrator blocking all mainstream proxies. But what if you could run your own? Well, you can and it’s really freaking easy. In this segment Darren demonstrates PHProxy
Got a restrictive firewall blocking sites at school or work? Evade ‘em easily with your own private web proxy. Want to securely tunnel any port through an SSH session? Darren’s got just the trick. Wondering how to properly use Asleap to crack MS-CHAPv2 PPTP VPN handshakes & LM Hashes? Interested in trying out neat free enterprise applications but don’t feel like spending hours in a terminal? Try deploying a virtual appliance in minutes, the free and open source way.
Episode 512 – Break through the university firewall Internet Redirection, Hide data in photos with Steganography and answers to your Virtualization questions!
Want to bypass those nasty restrictions imposed by your corporate or university firewalls? Darren has just the trick with Internet Redirection. Ever wanted to hide secret data inside a photo? Shannon’s show us a neat steganography app. Plus Matt answers your virtualization questions!
While our smoothwall is and has been working well for us for the past two years, I recently had the need for something a little more robust.
I came across a fork of the monowall project, pfSense is a free, open source customized distribution of FreeBSD tailored for use as a firewall and router. In addition to being a powerful, flexible firewalling and routing platform, it includes a long list of related features and a package system allowing further expandability without adding bloat and potential security vulnerabilities to the base distribution.
Episode 403 — Reverse Engineering, Graphical Firewall Configuration, Inside the pineapple: Jasager demo, and Remember the BBS?
Reverse Engineering in practice. Configuring Cisco, IPTables and other firewalls with a sweet graphical utility. A little nostalgia with the Hak5 BBS and cracking open the Pineapple, a demo of Jasager.
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In this episode of Hak.5 we show you how to install a 12-volt accessory outlet in your case, add a webcam to the light script, keep your taskbar clean with a free utility, manage the Windows XP firewall from the command line, create a leet external hard drive case, and install a unix-like disk image over a network. Plus a special interview with an Internet Icon.