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Hak5 1824 – Introducing the LAN Turtle

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Introducing the Hak5 LAN Turtle, and a site to site VPN with OpenVPN Access Server. All that and more, this time on Hak5. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Our newest edition to the Hak5 family of pentesting gear is...

Hak5 1822 – 10 Minute Free VPN Server Build

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VPNs are great for protecting your Internet traffic when on untrusted networks - like Public WiFi. So many times it's thrown around as advice "just get a VPN" - but where should you get a VPN? When you sign up for a $...

Hak5 1725 – Ultimate Travel Drones and Pulse Width Modulation!

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What happens when a $100 quadcopter a complete carbon fiber and t-motor upgrade? Darren unveils The Ultimate FPV Travel Drone! Plus, how does LED dimming work? Shannon investigates Pulse Width Modulation. All that and...

Hak5 1724 – Rooted Android SSH Tunneling and Arduino Cylons!

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Following up on last weeks rootless Android SSH Tunneling tutorial, Darren Kitchen explores a much simpler way to secure all of the Internet traffic on your rooted Android device with the open source SSH Tunnel app. P...

Hak5 1723 – Rootless Android SSH Tunneling and Arduino Sketches

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We love SSH Tunnels for their versatility and ease of use. They're great for protecting Internet traffic and a breeze to setup on Windows, Mac or Linux. So how about Android? Darren looks into SSH Tunneling from an un...

Hak5 1721 – Linux on Chromebooks and Light Emitting Diodes

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Can a $200 Chromebook run linux? Darren finds out with a Crouton! Plus - The ins and outs on LED - Shannon explains. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD  |   Download MP4 Linux Your Chromebook A...

Hak5 1619 – Finalizing The Drone and Text Obfuscation With FauxCrypt

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Finishing the Drone’s last setting before madden flight! Our Open Source Autopilot series continues with Piotr Esden-Tempski and Darren Kitchen. Plus, Using FauxCrypt to create some obfuscation int your text - Shannon...

Hak5 1618 – Drone Wiring And Moving On From TrueCrypt With LUKS

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Wiring the Drone! Our Open Source Autopilot series continues with Piotr Esden-Tempski and Darren Kitchen. Plus, Using LUKS to Create a Encrypted portable Kali Linux flash drive - Shannon Morse reports. All that and mo...

Hak5 1617 – Drone Assembly and Trunked Radio Systems

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Assembling the Drone! Our Open Source Autopilot series continues with Piotr Esden-Tempski and Darren Kitchen. Plus, tuning into trunked radio systems with Software Defined Radio - Shannon Morse reports. All that and m...

Hak5 1615 – Drones 101: Flight Controllers + Tracking Aircraft 5000 Miles Away!

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Drone Basics: How do Flight Controllers work? Microcontrollers, sensors, input and actuators explained. Join Darren Kitchen and 1 BIT SQUARED's Piotr Esden-Tempski for this auto-pilot overview. Plus, tracking aircraft...

The Metasploit Directory Structure – Metasploit Minute

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Metasploit Minute – the break down on breaking in. Join Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) every Monday here on Hak5. Thank you for supporting this ad free programming. Sponsored by Hak5 and the HakShop - http://hakshop.co...

Hak5 1016 – Virtualized USB booting with QEMU, Steganalysis with Scalpel, x11vnc, screen for windows

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This time on the show, carving hidden files with scalpel, booting USB drives in Linux from QEMU and VNC tips for BackTrack and Android. All that and more this time on Hak5! Download HD Download MP4 Int0x80's Sca...

Hak5 1015 – Recovery & Forensics with Scalpel, Cloud storage with PogoPlug and 1000mw WiFi in the US?

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This time on the show, Eighty of Dual Core returns for a little file recovery mojo using Scalpel. Then Jed Putterman of Pogoplug joins us to talk cloud storage. Plus can bash scripts monitor your CPU temperature? Radi...

Auto-Rickrolling WiFi Pineapple

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Turn your WiFi Pineapple or any OpenWRT based Wireless Accesspoint into a self contained Auto-Rickrolling device!