90 Thousands bots to take on your WordPress password, CISPA heads to the House, and Hackers on a plane – all that and more this week on Threatwire.
This time on the show, The King is dead, long live the King! We review BackTrack's successor Kali Linux. Then Human Interface Device attacks with ease - Darren check out the USB Rubber Ducky payload generator, then hacking at 55 miles per hour, we hear your ideas on Hack Across America. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, patching privacy holes in Ubuntu 12.10, event triggers in Linux with CuttleFish, and what it means to be a public hacker. All that and more, this time on Hak5.
Mike Kershaw (aka Dragorn) of Kismet fame joins us to talk all thingsKismet, WiFi hacking, and his latest project - the Kisbee.
I enjoy watching Hak5 and HakTip, as much as the next geek. However, I am also lucky enough to be able to call the Hak crew my close friends. Seeing them make their shows, rather than just watching the end product, is both fun and inspiring. I wanted to share some of that world with you guys.
Look at the top of this page. You see the characters up there in the banner? One of them is Paul Tobias. He shoots and edits the shows. You will see him lurking around occasionally, but you dont get to see how produces Hak5 and HakTip, almost singlehandedly.
I figured that I would point my camera him for a few minutes and try to capture how he does his work.
Pay particular attention to how much he is able to shoot and accomplish, with only a crew of one, and for very little money. Notice the VESA monitor arms used for camera mounts, the iPad teleprompter, and little screens under cameras so that Darren and Shannon can try and take care of their own shot framing.
Enjoy paying attention to the man behind the curtain.
After years of development the Hak5 team debuts the most lethal Human Interface Device to grace an unsuspecting USB port. Introducing the USB Rubber Ducky. In this episode of Hak5, Darren and team demonstrate the power of this cross-platform local attack framework with a few payloads aimed at fully patched Windows 7 boxes. Shannon continues her quest for the perfect Linux desktop with a switch from Ubuntu’s Unity to Gnome, and we answer your questions regarding PC recycling, x86 routers and free / open source PC migration software. All that and more this time on Hak5.
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.
In this Haktip Darren shows how to detecting ARP Cache Poison Attacks in Windows and Linux using XARP
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.
Episode 823 – Building a Virtualization Cluster for under $1000?!? 3 CPUs, 12 gigs of ram and a cardboard case mod
This time on Hak5 we’re asking the question, can a three node Virtualization Cluster be built for under $1000? With the help of Proxmox, an open source virtualization environment, some cardboard boxes and a knife — we find out!
In this high as a kite edition of Hak5 Darren takes you on an adventure through the wonderful world of DNS. Explore the vast and intricate details of our beloved Domain Name System while exploiting mis-configured routers, brute forcing, and even looking up Wikipedia entries from TXT records.
This week Darren heads to the Department of Spontaneous Combustion to meet with PC guru Colleen Kelly and get learned up on the arts of water cooling. Then we’re joined by Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) for a discussion on EXIF data, geo location, and twitpic privacy. Plus, Shannon has the hookup on 25 gigs of free cloud storage!