Tag: USB

TekThing 29: Ethernet Beats WiFi, Tech Travel Gear, Password Lock Folders, Power Conditioners!

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Do I need a UPS or power conditioner to 'protect' my PC and home theater gear? 3 travel accessories every geek should have during their summer vacation, Ethernet vs. WiFi? (Hint, one of 'em crushes the other...) Why y...

Hak5 1708 – Cellular Testing Tools and Mobile SDR Apps

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Shannon and Darren use their phones to test signals. From checking your connection on WiFi or Cellular! To catching flight information from the skies! Download HD | Download MP4 LanDroid Network Signal Info...

Hak5 1707 – Getting Started With The HackRF

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Shannon starts up the HackRF to show some of it’s capabilities. Follow along and learn about this new software defined radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals! Download HD | Download ...

Hak5 1622 – The NSA Playset and SDRSharp Plugins

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This time is up in Washington state, at Toorcamp! There he talks with Michael Ossmannn about creating spy tools and listening device detection tools. Also Shannon explore the vast array of sdrsharp plugins. All that a...

Hak5 1621 – Using A RTL-SDR To Learn About The GSM Network Around You

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This time Shannon and Darren explore the available GSM information using some Kali Linux, WireShark and a RTL-SDR. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD | Download MP4 RTL-SDR TUTORIAL: ANALYZING GS...

Hak5 1525 – Track Aircraft with a $20 Software Defined Radio

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Tracking Aircraft with a $20 dongle and Software Defined Radio - Shannon demonstrates sniffing 1090 MHz for ADS-B to map live air traffic with free software. Plus, USB micro controller hacking with Richard Harmon at S...

Hak5 1512 – Hidden Device Inputs Revealed!

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Darren meets Paul McMillan to see the whole internets VNC servers in 16 minutes. Also find new was to connect to your phone with Mike Ossmann and Kyle Osborn at ToorCon 2013, all that and more this time on Hak5! Do...

Hak5 1509 – The New WiFi Pineapple Mark V

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The new WiFi Pineapple Mark V is unveiled at this special Hak5 launch event featuring Darren, Sebastian, Eighty of Dual Core, Shannon and Dale Chase. Tune in and learn more about this truly revolutionary wireless hack...

Hak5 1506 – Alternative Sneaker Nets and BitTorrent Syncing

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Syncing files with BitTorrent Sync and alternative ways to Sneaker Net files using optics and audio! All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD | Download MP4 Youtube Hak5 1506.1: http://youtu.be/Tr0v3DZV...

Hak5 1503 – Install OwnCloud and Cracking Passwords with a Rubber Ducky

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Cracking Windows passwords in 15 seconds or less with a special USB Rubber Ducky firmware and mimikatz. Build your own Dropbox alternative for free with OwnCloud - Shannon's Installation and Configuration guide. Then ...

Hak5 1408 – Reviewing Kali Linux and USB Rubber Ducky Payload Generator

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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 ha...

Hak5 1406 – Setting up a secure, portable Linux installation and installing Ubuntu Touch

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Our thoughts on Ubuntu Touch and setting up the ultimate fast, secure, portable and persistent Linux installation. All that and more this time on Hak5! Download HD | Download MP4 Setting up the ultimate fast, po...

Hak5 1206 – Learning To Fly Quad Shot Style

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Hak5 1106 – How To Setup Two Factor Authentication in Backtrack Linux

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HakTip 34 – How to Make ANY Application Portable

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I LOVE portable applications! Who likes installing stuff? Today I'm checking out Cameyo, a free virtualization tool. Huzzah! Download HD Download MP4

Hak5 1004 – See-through AR glasses, Hirens BootCD and 4G Modems in Linux

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Are we one step closer to becoming cyborgs? We're looking at the latest in Augmented Reality Glasses. The ultimate tool for analyzing, recovering and fixing a borked box. 4G USB modems and Linux, can they play nice to...

Haktip 24 – An Easy To Use Alternative Local Backup Tool!

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This time on the show I'm checking out EaseUS's ToDo Backup Utility. Download HD Download MP4 Download WMV

HakTip 18 – Re:Hak, Top 5 tips, questions and software picks

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Today we're going over your top 5 tips, questions and software picks including performance boosters, 3d desktops and disk space analyzers for Windows. Download HD Download MP4 Download WMV

Hak5 921 – Capture and analyze bluetooth packets, Boot Virtual Machines from USB and more

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This time on the show, capturing and analyzing Bluetooth packets with the Ubertooth One, Kismet and Wireshark, Booting VirtualBox VMs from physical USB drives, bypassing Geo IP location restrictions, and tons more. D...

Hak5 920 – Ubertooth One Primer, Multiboot USBs, Airodump Tips and Network Scanning

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This time on the show, an Ubertooth One Primer - Setup with BackTrack 5. Booting multiple ISOs from a single USB drive, we've got plenty of options. And answers to your questions on A+ certs, programming languages, ne...

Hak5 912 – Stealing Windows passwords. Shannon’s hacking with the Katana USB boot key, automated file renamers, Firefox security extensions & more

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This time Hak5, Mubix joins us for more mischevious Metasploit fun. We're stealing Windows logins with a crafty keylogger. Shannon's hacking from a cave with the Katana USB security suite. Plus, automating file re...

USB Device Tracking

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If you’ve ever used a USB storage device and wondered how stealthy you can be with them, you’re in for a scare. Windows XP logs pretty much everything you’d want to know about that USB key in the registry each t...

Hak5 902 – Extracting files from packet captures, brute forcing stenography, packet sniffing goodness and more from RSA 2011

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Season 9 continues with the results from last weekend's Crack the Code Challenge as well as a walkthrough on how participants were able to complete the challenge using packet analysis, file reconstruction, stenagrophy...

Katana Multiboot Geek Stick

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Shannon joins us to show off Katana — the happy hackers boot key

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