is time on the show, access your cloud via explorer, Mubix joins us to talk keylogging with AutoIt, and a few of your tips and questions. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
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.
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.
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.
In this episode Peter Giannoulis joins us from TheAcademyPro.com. Chris Gerling is back in studio talking about USB Device Tracking. And Matt is building the new HakHouse firewall/router with PFsense. Plus a ton of haksnax to get your grub on.
In this “breakin’ in the new place” edition of Hak5 we take a look at some spiffy open-source goodies for your data and network. Paul checks out DD-WRT, a free & open firmware replacement for the oh so hackable Linksys WRT54G. Mubix teaches us why we should all be using TrueCrypt for our sensitive data. Darren gets packets flowing with Smoothwall Express, a firewall distribution of Linux. And Paul demos a sweet burning app for OS X.Plus all the deets on this month’s LAN party, Poll, Trivia, upcoming events, and plenty of Technolust with Wess, Alli & Nikki.