Wow. I have to admit, they did the Facebook chat right. I like how it looks and how it works. I would only change one this and allow chats to disembark from the status bar, but other than that, congrats. It is actually keeping me on Facebook longer. Enough brown nosing, here are the pros and cons: PRO: very well done layout - clean, crisp and not in the way
Programmers vs. Management Posted on April 17th, 2008 by Carolyn Shelby Received from my mom today, via email. A man in a hot air balloon realized he was lost. He reduced altitude and spotted a woman below. He descended a bit more and shouted, Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend I would meet him an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am.
So, this is the second time I am writing this article, which really takes writers block to a whole new level. It sucks to loose all of your writing a one fatal click. But enough of my belly aching. http://www.phrack.org Phrack Issue #65 is out, as of April 11th, 2008. I am by no means a Phrack addict or aficionado on all things Phrack, and I have only read TCLH’s introduction which in my humble opinion it is close to Mentor worthy.
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Red Skelton was a good & funny man. He also ended every show by saying, ‘GOOD NIGHT AND GOD BLESS.’ Listen to the end of this. It is something he said 39 years ago. Youtube Link: Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance You can also help others find it by digging the story
So, a while back I wrote about a program called “Evolution”. Since then it has evolved into its new form “Maltego”. Maltego has had it’s face ripped off and remolded, and lot of work on the back end, if you know what I mean. So basically I was teased by the creator of Maltego. He sent me these two images showing the awesomeness that will be Maltego v2 (and yes, Awesomeness is a word)
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I just wanted to do my part and tip my hat to Johnny Long from Ihackstuff.com. He really is doing great work. Also, check out hackersforcharity.org to do your part. Without further ado, HERE’S JOHNNY! No Tech Hacking Released! I’m proud to announce the release of No Tech Hacking from Syngress Publishing! I’m even more happy to announce that 100% of the proceeds will be going to charity. In fact, each purchase through this Amazon like will feed an African child for one month!
I’ve had an idea and I have been hashing it out the last couple days. I want a smal piece of hardware that runs basically a MITM, but a physical one. Something like those old keyloggers that you plug between a PS/2 keyboard and a computer. If it already exsists, please link me, but this is what I want it to do: Features of the KVM-MITM: Ports: (2) DVI or VGA; (2) Ethernet NICs; (4) USB or/and (4) PS/2 Ports <– Half male, Half female