This time on the show, Darren and Shannon are out so Jason and Colleen Henry are stepping with. With Brian Brushwood showing off this social scam to rock the iTunes charts, Jason showing offTracelytics, and Colleen checks out Plex
Hak5 903 – Building a photo frame computer case, your iPhone jailbroken picks, Multi-monitor PC setups…
Someone let Darren at the power tools again! Forget the case window, his latest creation includes a set of shadow box photo frames modded into a computer case perfect for showing off that sexy hardware. Shannon has rounded up your picks for webcam motion detection and iOS jailbroken apps. Plus answers to your questions regarding multi-monitor PC setups and much more!
This time on Hak5 Jason is writing an Android app to interface with our PHP/Apache/Arduino controlled garage door opener. We check out the latest Magic Lantern firmware for the Canon 550D, Shannon joins us to show off Katana — the happy hackers boot key — and answers to your emails.
Jason continues the internet enabled garage door opener project by writing an Android app.
This week we’re breaking out the breadboard for an oldschool Hak5 mod — the Internet enabled garage door opener. Because when it comes to garage entry, what could be easier than writing an Android app to access a home Apache server, hitting a PHP script that interfaces with a USB Teensy over serial, activating relays connected to a remote. Duh.
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.
Rounding out season 7 Darren and Shannon meetup to take on iOS 4 jailbreaking, followed by a roundabout way to stream media anywhere online using some open source python scripts. Toss in a little VirtualBox PHP front-ends and Untangle tweaks for good measure. Then Shannon has just the tools to detect network throttling. All that and more on this episode of Hak5!
Another great bit of feedback from the SSH Tunneling segment in episode 614 was from Jan-Marteen in The Netherlands. His Hak5 inspired cross-platform Python and PHP scripts, available from his blog johmanx.com allow you to easily configure and save SSH tunneling options. Awesome code Jan-Marteen, thanks for sending it in!
Ricky asks: “I just recently started using wordpress, and I am having alot of trouble trying to design a layout for it, I was wondering if you had any references or anything to help me learn how to do this, I understand HTML and only know a little of PHP. Any help would be greatly Appreciated.”
Cheap mod chips plus free dev tools equals hello world on the Nintendo DS! Jason joins us to geek out about code up the dual screen’d programmers playground that is NDS homebrew. Matt has answers to your questions about Virtual Routers, Paul comes out from behind the camera to school us on SSH Tunneling for the Mac, and Darren’s featuring some pretty Python & PHP to tunnel cross platform.
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 513 – Extract Windows Executables from Packet Captures, PHP Gmail Badges, Winning the Easter Egg Hunt, and special guest Eighty of DualCore
Eighty of Dual Core comes down to the HakHouse to share with us a technique for extracting Windows executables from packet captures. Darren’s featuring some of the Gmail badge submissions and a walkthrough of the Easter Egg hunt. Plus be sure to stick around as Eighty treats us to a live performance off his upcoming album.
Darren’s got a soldering iron and knows how to use it. In this episode we kick off the HakHouse Rover project and web enable an inexpensive RC Tank using a Phidget USB Interface Kit. Then Jody Franklin joins us to talk about compiling PHP and using Netsh to renumber IP addresses in Windows. And Matt has a follow up to your questions about Napera. Plus our weekly trivia, LAN Party and a ton of fun.
Hot off the heels of ROFLcon in NYC the crew kicks some in studio technolust. Darren shares with you his custom twitter tamagotchi bot written in PHP with some sweet RSS parsing, VLC controlling, curl loving nested goodness. Plus guest Jim Louderback, gadget lover and Revision3 stage hand, joins us to talk about all things new media.
Episode 416 — SSH Tunneling, Independent Games, Updating Multiple Blogs At Once, and Password Protecting Applications
In this extensive episode Matt shows us how to setup SSH tunneling to securely transmit HTTP traffic and more while on the go. Shannon checks out some student entries to the 2009 Independent Games Festival, including City Rain, Glitch, Froggle, Blazar, and Akrasia. Darren puts together a PHP script that, in conjunction with Ping.fm, allows you to update multiple blogs at once including your own hosted WordPress. Plus this weeks LAN Party, revamped Trivia and viewer questions.
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In this episode of Hak.5 Jenn Cutter from Openalpha.tv guest hosts, bringing us a PSP-Windows hack. Darren continues his quest for the ultimate vidcast-couch-potato setup with a media center remote over cell-phone. Wess puts his own spin on Dance Dance Revolution with a custom modded dance pad. Rob Fuller of mubix.com joins us to show off his USB thumbdrive toolkit.
Plus an interview with the guys from Podzinger.com, a parody we’ve dubbed ‘the token’, an intro from Sean Carruthers of labrats.tv, leet-hack interviews from Karen Johnson, and Leo Laporte of twit.tv shows his evil side.
In this pilot episode of Hak.5 we test to see if the speed at which you war drive affects your ability to pick up access points. We also show you how to control your lights from an Internet enabled cell phone, kill remote windows processes, modify the gamecube to enable DVD playback, and custom paint your PC case. Plus a Windows XP installation tip everyone should know.