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Hak5 1922 – Advanced Netcat and TCP Fun

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Advanced Netcat and other fun TCP utilities in Linux - this time on Hak5! Pentest with Hak5 - March 11-13, 2016 -- http://www.pentestwithhak5.com Hak5 Gear from the HakShop - http://www.hakshop.com

HakTip 137 – Identifying Open Ports in Wireshark

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Today on HakTip, Shannon explains how to view an attack on your network and how to discover your vulnerable network ports. Download HD | Download MP4 If you are working at a business, you may find that an attack...

HakTip 136 – Wireshark 101: Understanding High Latency

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Today on HakTip, Shannon explains high and low latency, and how to determine which machine is causing the latency via Wireshark. Download HD | Download MP4 We have discussed high latency a bit in my previous Hak...

HakTip 132 – Wireshark 101: Wireshark with HipChat

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Today on HakTip, Shannon tests HipChat via Wireshark to see if her data is sent encrypted or plain text. Download HD | Download MP4 HipChat is encrypted via SSL so you can work with your team on your network, an...

HakTip 131 – Wireshark 101: Wireshark with Social Networks

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Today on HakTip, Shannon explains how to tell in Wireshark if a site is transmitting your username and password in plain text when you log in. Download HD | Download MP4 When I log into twitter, everything is su...

HakTip 130 – Wireshark 101: Hypertext Transfer Protocol

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Today on HakTip, Shannon explains Hypertext Transfer Protocol and packet headers in Wireshark. Download HD  |   Download MP4 HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. This is another common upper layer protoc...

HakTip 126 – Wireshark 101: Transmission Control Protocol

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This week on HakTip, Shannon Morse explains the Transmission Control Protocol (or TCP) within Wireshark. Download HD | Download MP4 Today we are breaking down the Transmission Control Protocol or TCP for short, ...

Hak5 1717 – Packet Sniffing Tunnels and Microcontrollers!

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Today on Hak5, Remote packet analysis through SSH tunnels with Wireshark. Then, Microcontrollers! Shannon Morse reports. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD  |   Download MP4 Wireshark over SSH ...

HakTip 121 – Wireshark 101: Expressions Examples

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On this week's episode of HakTip, Shannon Morse gives several expression examples that you can use when working within the Display Filter Box. Download HD  |   Download MP4   Today is all about expressio...

HakTip 116 – Wireshark 101: The OSI Model

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Today on HakTip, Shannon Morse discusses the OSI Model and how it relates to Wireshark for packet analysis. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Today we're checking out more Wireshark - understanding protocols and the...

HakTip 98 – NMap 101: Port Scanning Options

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This week Shannon Morse discusses several port scanning options you can use in NMap. Download HD  |   Download MP4 NMap scans 1000 commonly used ports by default, which include ones like 80 for TCP, and port 25 ...

HakTip 97 – NMap 101: Advanced Scanning Techniques

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Shannon Morse shows off several advanced scanning techniques you can use while working within NMap. Download HD  |   Download MP4 We already know there are numerous ways to scan a target in NMap, from the discov...

HakTip 83 – Netcat 101: Using Netcat to Transfer Files

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This week we are getting into using Netcat to file transfer network. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Netcat 101: Using Netcat to Transfer Files! Since we've covered how to get Netcat, and how to use it for chat...

HakTip 82 – Linux Terminal 101: How to Use Netcat To Chat

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This week we are getting into using Netcat to setup an instant chat network. Download HD  |   Download MP4     Netcat: How to Use Netcat To Chat Last week we discussed installing Netcat, and a...

HakTip 81 – Linux Terminal 101: Netcat

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This week we are getting into Netcat the networking utility for use of just about anything with the network. Download HD  |   Download MP4   An Intro To Netcat Netcat first surfaced in 1995 and is one...

HakTip 53 – Netcat without Netcat

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Hak5 904 – Writing software without a line of code, crafting packets with hping, case mod cable mangement & cathodes and more

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Darren finishes off the photo frame case mod with a little cable beautification and accent lighting. Shannon's getting into programming without touching a line of code using the Illumination Software Creator from Radi...

Hak5 903 – Building a photo frame computer case, your iPhone jailbroken picks, Multi-monitor PC setups…

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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 ro...

Episode 812 – Toorcon San Diego 2010 Part 2: IPv6

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In this episode Darren sits down with Joe Klein at Toorcon San Diego 2010 to talk IPv6, good and evil. Its more than just a big address space. We discuss the demise of IPv4, the differences between IPv6 and IPv6, Neig...

IPv6 from the Pentesters Perspective

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This demonstration Mubix joins us to add persistance to our penetration testing with a little Metasploit, Microsoft, and IP version 6.

Episode 515 – Build your own SAN, PSP Hacking, Net Grep

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Jenn Cutter of Open Alpha fame joins us to talk about recent developments in PSP hacking and homebrew. Matt's got answers to your questions about rolling your own Storage Area Network for all your virtualization needs...

Episode 501 — Won’t you be my neighbor?

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Getting to know your neighbors -- Darren takes a trip around your network with nmap, THE open source network security scanner. Want to obscure your OS fingerprint? Make a Windows Box show up as a printer? Shannon’s go...

Build a hardcore router for free with pfSense

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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 sou...