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 hacking at 55 miles per hour, we hear your ideas on Hack Across America. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
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!
This time on the show, learn to fly a quad-copter from the pros! Darren heads down to Santa Cruz and meets with the folks at Quad-Shot. Plus, frightening the TSA and out-of-spec USB cables and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show Darren reports from SXSW 2012 with Eighty of Dual Core and Chris Mooney of DoD.net. The boys discuss two-factor authentication on the Linux platform then brainstorm and develop a tool, dubbed "Kill All The Humans", to protect your machine from unwanted invaders. Invaders must die.
This time on the show, maintaining persistence and privacy on IRC with your very own bouncer - Darren explains. Then setting up simple 2-factor authentication in Windows. Plus why VIM is better than VI, or was that Emacs? All that and much more this time on Hak5!
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 together? And who’s multicast datagram IP flow is making nets glow? We’ll find out! All that and more this time on Hak5!
I’ve lost my flashdrive! And if an honest person found it I can use this script to send them a message and contact info!
This time on the show I’m checking out EaseUS’s ToDo Backup Utility.
Today we’re going over your top 5 tips, questions and software picks including performance boosters, 3d desktops and disk space analyzers for Windows.
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.
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, network scanning and more.
Hak5 911 – Circumvent Windows Login Security with a USB boot-drive, Phishing with a Pineapple and anonymous torrenting!
This time on the show we’re Breaking into Windows boxes with no skillz necessary using Konboot for USB, Spear-Phishing with a WiFi Pineapple, Sudo with pipes in Linux and downloading torrents anonymously
Hak5 902 – Extracting files from packet captures, brute forcing stenography, packet sniffing goodness and more from RSA 2011
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 and brute force. Plus encrypted USB drives with centralized management and more from the RSA 2011 conference.
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.
The Hack Across America series concludes after 6 weeks and the first order of business at the new place in the San Francisco bay area is to build an inexpensive home server to host virtual machines. Then Shannon has a Windows power tools two-fer and Jason joins us for some Android application development — can you way wardriving app?
While still early in it’s development stages, Google’s upcoming Chrome OS is a neat OS to play with — especially on a netbook. While the Virtual Machine images floating around are nice for a glimpse, if you really want to immerse yourself in the Chrome OS experience it’s best to boot it from the metal. This can be achieved by “burning” this Chromium OS image to 3GB or greater USB or SD media. Here’s a torrent.
When it comes to finding the right Linux distribution for you it’s best to try a bunch out. And what better way then to make some bootable Live Linux USB keys? Shannon demonstrates Linux Live USB — a Windows tool that makes it super simple to build a Linux USB key in minutes. It features automatic distribution downloading AND Persistence!
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.