Setting up an OpenVPN Server with Android clients, connecting to preconfigured wifi channels on your Android device, and more!
Today we’re going over your top 5 tips, questions and software picks including performance boosters, 3d desktops and disk space analyzers for Windows.
Checking out an alternative to Virtual Box called VM Ware Player.
This time on an exciting brand-new-studio edition of Hak5 we’re getting hands on with the latest version of BackTrack-Linux, configuring virtual machines and wireless. Shannon’s flashing the firmware on a Dingoo Digital A320 and installing a custom distro of Linux and so much more.
Episode 823 – Building a Virtualization Cluster for under $1000?!? 3 CPUs, 12 gigs of ram and a cardboard case mod
This time on Hak5 we’re asking the question, can a three node Virtualization Cluster be built for under $1000? With the help of Proxmox, an open source virtualization environment, some cardboard boxes and a knife — we find out!
Go open source in your virtual server platform with Proxmox-VE. This walkthrough will go show the steps of setting up a Proxmox server that will allow you to run virtual machines and manage with a webclient.
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.
Rounding out season 7 Darren and Shannon meetup to take on iOS 4 jailbreaking, followed by a roundabout way to stream media anywhere online using some open source python scripts. Toss in a little VirtualBox PHP front-ends and Untangle tweaks for good measure. Then Shannon has just the tools to detect network throttling. All that and more on this episode of Hak5!
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?
A Virtual Appliance can be though of as a software image containing a supporting stack designed to run inside a virtual machine. A quick look at vmware’s virtual appliance directory shows that there are hundreds of applications that can be quickly and easily deployed. In this segment I take the Dimdim open source virtual appliance, designed for vmware, and deploy it with VirtualBox (just becasue I can).
Last week the news was a buzz about Google’s Chrome OS, and while we typically don’t cover tech news on the show I freaked out in my usual open source, cloud lovin’ Linux-y sorta way. So this week we’re taking a first look at Chromium OS — the FOSS project that Chrome is built on.
Joe Switch writes in to ask what the deal is with Virtual Routers and other such untangable networks. Matt has the answer. The way I understand it your more high end (read: expensive) Cisco and Juniper routers have virtual routers built in — much like you might have a virtual interface like eth0:1 in Linux — to manage VLANS, IP subnets and such.
Cheap mod chips plus free dev tools equals hello world on the Nintendo DS! Jason joins us to geek out about code up the dual screen’d programmers playground that is NDS homebrew. Matt has answers to your questions about Virtual Routers, Paul comes out from behind the camera to school us on SSH Tunneling for the Mac, and Darren’s featuring some pretty Python & PHP to tunnel cross platform.
Got a restrictive firewall blocking sites at school or work? Evade ‘em easily with your own private web proxy. Want to securely tunnel any port through an SSH session? Darren’s got just the trick. Wondering how to properly use Asleap to crack MS-CHAPv2 PPTP VPN handshakes & LM Hashes? Interested in trying out neat free enterprise applications but don’t feel like spending hours in a terminal? Try deploying a virtual appliance in minutes, the free and open source way.
This time on the show Jason joins with a touchscreen LCD mod that’s a lot easier than one might think. Then Darren and Matt pit their desktop virtualization platforms, Virtual Box and VMware Workstation, against eachother over a game of Halo.