You never know where and when you may need to pick a lock. You may just need to get into your house or car, or you may be captured by insurgents in a foreign nation. Whatever the case may be, this is the Beginners Guide To Lock Picking. With practice and time, your skills will improve.read more | digg story
Originally posted at: http://tech.nocr.at/hacking-security/nmap-127-0-0-1-flash-style A design flaw found in ActionScript (Flash) has been allowed the scanning hosts via trial and error. Whenever a port is queried by Flash that isn’t open, it responds with a “SecurityErrotEvent” instantly. But, when a port is open, it doesn’t get that response for an extended period of time, while it waits for a reply to “policy-file-request”. PoC can be viewed at the below address. Now the question is: What ELSE can you do with this information once you have this ability.
How to save $840 a year by using Internet Connection Sharing instead of the paid service from your cell phone provider on your Windows mobile device. read more | digg story
I know I am a bit late to the game but here it is: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCvmkxO5hoQ&w;=425&h;=350] Also, if you can hear, check out this arstechnica article
This is a very cool interview with Dark Tangent, the founder of Defcon, that was done recently. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lg6bQMTjHCE&w;=425&h;=350]
Originally Posted on TECH.NOCR.AT @ http://tech.nocr.at/content/view/22/1/ Secunia.com has been a great resource of vulnerability and virus information over the years for Black, Grey, and White hat hackers alike. Recently they released a BETA project that looks promising and could be the first step into a “package manager” for Windows. In there own words: A new addition to the Secunia Software Inspector series, the free Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI), is now available for BETA testing.
Alright, this is just a quick update. The torrent is still up and functional. Also, I just had to post this. It has a weak but feasible link to tech. http://www.votemoojj.com/stuff/shoes/index.html
A couple people have asked for links on where I got this portable app or that, well, all over really. Here are a few links to get you started: http://www.dirk-loss.de/win-tools.htm http://www.tinyapps.org/ http://www.portablefreeware.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_portable_applications http://standalone.atspace.org/ http://portableapps.com/apps http://www.kikizas.net/en/usbapps.html Also, I gave some of the apps their portability myself. It’s a easy process. Drag and drop an installer file “setup.exe” or “whatever.msi” into Universal Extractor. What you are going to get is a folder right where that installer is, with the same name as the installer.
I don’t use Wine. It’s difficult to get anything working and a pain once it is. However since I found out about the Wine-Doors project, it’s made me go back on that thought. It’s a fairly new project, but well on it’s way to being an enabler for a great many users. A great many users have been looking for that one last thing, to get them over the hump of still using Windows.
Yup, it’s finally here. Download it here! RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE AS So now that is done, I get to talk about other things that I am getting into: Wubi “Linux” Installer: http://wubi-installer.org/ This is actually pretty amazing. What it does is automagically downloads an ISO (takes a while), makes a virtual disk, puts entries in the Windows boot loader and tells you to restart. When you restart it boots to the virutal disk and installs the version of Ubuntu you chose.