Setting up an OpenVPN Server with Android clients, connecting to preconfigured wifi channels on your Android device, and more!
Hak5 1403 – Visiting Amsterdam Technologia Incognita, protecting yourself while mobile, and new things from RSA
Today on the show, quick and easy VPN setups for all your traffic tunneling needs, a visit to the RSA Conference, and Ubuntu Folder Encryption, all that and more this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, can an SSH Proxy become a VPN? We're bridging networks with a wicked python script.. It's what happens when a transparent proxy gets together with a VPN and SSH. That's like a networking threesome! Plus, secure chat in Linux! All that and more, this time on Hak5!
This time on the show, locking down your PC with proximity and a little bluetooth magic -- I'll be showing you how. Then, what's the IEEE on about these days? Darren reports from South-by-South-West. More fun bash tips and VPN security - who do you trust? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Hulu and the BBC iPlayer everywhere with a little VPN action to bypass Geo IP filters. We’ll be setting up Network Manager in BackTrack5. Plus, Linux inside of Windows, graphing trace-routes in terminal and a whole lot more this time on Hak5!
This week Shannon has a great Snubs Report on setting up a Virtual Private Network using your Google account, and Darren shares some lessons learned in Linux wireless chipset compatibility and motherboard selection in a segment that can only be dubbed “How I walked in for a USB dongle and left with an i7 rig”
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 week Shannon taps into a hidden Kindle serial port using a inty bitsy ribbon cable, a USB to Serial TTL cable and some jumpers in an attempt to hack root and finds herself upon the bootloader and nearly at a bash prompt. Darren guides you through the installation of VPN servers on Windows XP, Windows Server and Linux so you can keep your traffic secure in an encrypted tunnel while on untrusted networks.
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 source customized distribution of FreeBSD tailored for use as a firewall and router. In addition to being a powerful, flexible firewalling and routing platform, it includes a long list of related features and a package system allowing further expandability without adding bloat and potential security vulnerabilities to the base distribution.
In this episode of Hak.5 Wess builds a mini arcade cabinet for under $100, Harrison attacks SSL with Whoppix, Darren defends himself by setting up a VPN server on XP, and Jon & Harrison take on buffer overflows with beer. Plus an interview with a Goldeneye Source developer, exclusive in-game video, and more Microshaft than you can wave a rounded IDE cable at. Special guest intro by Jenn Cutter from OpenAlpha and new theme music by Ashley Witt.