Thought it was rather clever. read more | digg story [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAr3XbqUbjo&w;=425&h;=350]
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.