n this episode of Hak.5 we show you how to install a 12-volt accessory outlet in your case, add a webcam to the light script, keep your taskbar clean with a free utility, manage the Windows XP firewall from the command line, create a leet external hard drive case, and install a unix-like disk image over a network. Plus a special interview with an Internet Icon.
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.
In this episode of Hak.5 Wess finishes up his sub-$100 mini arcade cabinet, Darren talks streaming audio and video, Jon dives into AJAX, and Harrison plays with metasploit. Plus the Microshaft Jackhammer 5160, special guest star Frank Linhares, guest intro by Mike Lazazzera, music by Ashley Witt, and a not-so-friendly server.
In this experimental season finale episode of Hak.5 Darren & Wess wrap up ton of viewer questions covering gmail to SMS, recovering dead hard drives, email from the command prompt, and streaming video in flash. A special guest drops by to cover cracking windows passwords & securing windows. Plus Rob Fuller of mubix.com joins us to talk a bit about Tor and Anonym.OS and an Interview with | from RainbowCrack-Online.com.
In this pilot episode of Hak.5 we test to see if the speed at which you war drive affects your ability to pick up access points. We also show you how to control your lights from an Internet enabled cell phone, kill remote windows processes, modify the gamecube to enable DVD playback, and custom paint your PC case. Plus a Windows XP installation tip everyone should know.
Kate's bank loan depends on a visiting socialite's recommendation of the Shady Rest.
The penultimate survivor of a tontine attempts suicide in order to concede the money to his cousin.
In this episode of Hak.5 the crew explores ways to hack RSS into your morning routine with a custom alarm clock and newspaper. Harrison makes us all a little more paranoid about network security with an ARP Cache Poisoning overview, then takes it to the streets. Wess gives the case a break and takes on the IBM Model M beast-keyboard while Alli goes retro with a classic arcade game review. All this plus a flaming-case-mod and a flame-proof
In this episode Darren shows us how to unite Windows, Mac, and Linux desktops with Synergy. Wess builds an automatic LED lamp, while Limin Li joins us to show off the setup of the digital DJ. Plus Interviews with Harrison Holland of Sploitcast and Jason Davis of MD5Lookup at the sixth Hackers On Planet Earth conference in New York. And as always details on this month’s LAN party, trivia, poll, and geeky sketches.
In this episode Darren builds a Network Attached Storage server for our home network using a spare PC, a compact flash card, and some BSD. Paul brings us Doom on the iPod using Linux and some geeky voodoo. Wess crafts a unique LED liquor cabinet for about a hundred bucks. And Darren puts on his slightly darker than gray hat with a USB key that owns Windows machines in a matter of seconds (with a little prevention thrown in for good measure). Plus this month’s trivia, poll, & LAN party details from the lovely and talented Alli.
In this episode Darren shows us a USB key, dubbed the USB Hacksaw, that instantly and silently installs on target Windows 2000 or higher computers with guest or higher privledges which will monitor USB ports for flash drives and automatically download their contents for silent archival and email. Paul brings us an Asterisk setup for our home using a hacked Linksys NSLU2 and some inexpensive SIP phones. TheSoftwareJedi from AnAppADay.com joins us to talk about his project and software. And Wess heads to Toronto and meets with Andrew Barrow to see a Nintendo Power Glove, Speak & Spell, MIDI mashup. Plus this month’s trivia, poll, & LAN party details from the lovely and talented Alli.
In this episode Paul takes a look at Q, the open source CPU emulator for Mac. Erin Shahan joins us to talk about RSI, the geeks natural predator. Alli shows off an idiot-proof Nintendo DS mod chip with plenty of hackability (and Doom of course). And Wess brings us a blingin’ modded mouse for micro with style. Plus this month’s trivia, poll, & LAN party details.
In this truncated episode of Hak5 we dive into the homebrew broadcast console, our little hack behind the scenes that makes the live show tick. And unfortunately due to a jam packed schedule this month between the holidays and buying our first house thats all we had time for. Still thanks for sticking with us as we move to into the new home/studio, we’re excited to be rebuilding the set and going live more frequently. And big props and congratulations to the Community Rainbow Tables team for a job well done. See the page for more details on getting your very own 120 gig LM hash set. Be sure to stay tuned to hak5.org this month as I’m sure some fun move-in clips may surface.
In this Flying-by-the-seat-of-our-pants edition of Hak5 episode 2×07 / Live Beta 2 we settle into the temporary set and check out a web app to help you IRC at work, a Mac hack for using front row with a wiimote, and a utility for recovering WPA/WEP keys. Plus your calls and an AFK award for a long lost code monkey.
In this “breakin’ in the new place” edition of Hak5 we take a look at some spiffy open-source goodies for your data and network. Paul checks out DD-WRT, a free & open firmware replacement for the oh so hackable Linksys WRT54G. Mubix teaches us why we should all be using TrueCrypt for our sensitive data. Darren gets packets flowing with Smoothwall Express, a firewall distribution of Linux. And Paul demos a sweet burning app for OS X.Plus all the deets on this month’s LAN party, Poll, Trivia, upcoming events, and plenty of Technolust with Wess, Alli & Nikki.
In this season finale episode of Hak5 Paul cracks open the Apple TV for a little hacking, Wess shows us how to virtualize physical servers, Mubix joins us to show off some goodies for your USB drives, Darren benchmarks budget home servers, and we tread into web two-oh mashup territory. Plus more janky products for your rofling enjoyment, deets on the LAN party, trivia, poll, web 1.0 fan site contest, and info on a new show pilot.
In this season premiere episode of Hak5 Wess brings us an underwater camera enclosure mod, Alli shows us how to make our own nifty Photoshop brushes, and Darren gets his hack on with some cracked USB Wi-Fi for packet-sniffing goodness. Plus this month’s Trivia, LAN Party, and the latest in the EvilServer saga.
In this episode Wess mods the Linksys WRT54G wireless router and adds Power-over-Ethernet functionality. Darren checks out Anywhere.FM which pretty much lives up to its name. And our pal Mubix joins us via Skype for a paranoia inducing look at anonymous enumeration tools online. Plus this month’s Trivia, LAN Party, and of course, the saga continues.
In this episode Darren flies solo and heads over to Springfield Missouri to uncover a diamond in the rough. The 1984 Arcade is home to over 50 restored classics and an atmosphere so retro you’ll be tempted to break out the walkman and power-level through Defender.
In this episode Paul and Matt hold down the fort and hack the Gibson. Check out Guitar Hero modding, easy media streaming, and a great Linux setup for video creativity in this borderline absurd Hak5.
In this episode Simon Jakesch from Zenoss joins us to talk about the open source network management suite. Wess shows us the science behind the infrared camera mod. Chris Gerling hacks the Nokia 770 Internet tablet. Darren builds a one-click remote assistance package to help save the holidays, and Will Coppola drops by with an EVDO antenna mod sure to boost signal. Plus details on the upcoming Hak5Live / meetup at the East Coast LAN as always trivia. Grab some hax0rflakes, it’s time for a heavy dose of technolust.
In this episode of Hak5 Darren uses the eeePC, BackTrack 3, and Aircrack-ng to audit the security of our WPA encrypted wireless access point. Wess reviews Herbie the Mousebot from Solarbotics, a great electronics projects for beginners/intermediates. Chris Gerling comes by to show us Rockbox, the open source firmware alternative for your portable media players as well as a brief tutorial on building your own songs for frets on fire. Grab a companion cube and gather ’round for some technolust.
In this episode Chris Gerling shows us a little reverse engineering with Crackmes, Darren unlocks OpenWRT on the Fon router, Will Coppola demonstrates inprotect, a nessus/nmap web frontent, and Matt fixes the Rock Band guitar once and for all. Plus HakSnacks including installation package building with Iexpress, a Rock Band drum kit for your PC, converting flash videos to mobile media formats, and browsing the Internets with calculator. Grab some pwnj00z, the next hour is designated for technolust!
In this episode we head to Washington DC for Shmoocon, the only security conference with foam projectiles. We converse with Renderman about hacking and con-going. Scott Moulton provides insight on recovery and forensics with solid state disks. Mati Aharoni aka Muts tells us all about Backtrack and offensive-security. Dan Griffin debuts some new security tools for Vista. David Hulton aka H1kari talks about his research intercepting and cracking GSM traffic. And Chris Compton & Co bring us the latest from Hack or Halo. Plus this month’s trivia and a contest sure to get your lolz on.
This investigative Storyville documentary takes us inside the dark and mysterious world of spies, special forces and political insiders as they race to find Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s billions in a dangerous treasure hunt. In life, the Libyan leader ruled with an iron fist for 42 years and treated Libya’s wealth as his own. He died the richest man on the planet with a fortune of $150 billion. A dictatorial leader in life, the spell of Gaddafi’s money remained in place after his death, triggering a ruthless race to find his missing billions. Two journalists pick up the trail of a mysterious $12.5 billion in cash, flown out of Libya in the dead of night just months before Gaddafi’s demise. In South Africa, they discover an eyewitness who seems to know all about the money. His testimony changes everything, but before he can provide them with proof the story takes a sinister twist, the first of many.