Category Archives: Hacking

Building a Teensy 3.2 w/SD and 8 position DIP switch + Reset button

I’ve always wanted to build a versatile Teensy-based device for use in physical security penetration testing. I’ve seen Irongeek’s device, and Mike Czumak’s dongle,  but neither of these had an SD card, and only had a 4 of 5 position … Continue reading

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How to custom fit the Hammond 1455J1201 case to the HackRF

I purchased a HackRF device from Kickstarter, and some people recommend that shielding will help improve the reception. Nooelec sells an optional shield, but I thought a metal case would provide better shielding, for a few more dollars. Mike Ossmann … Continue reading

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Setting up Kali 1.1.0 on the new Raspberry Pi 2

My new Raspberry Pi 2 arrived, and I wanted to install Kali on it. I was preparing to follow the steps of Richard Brain,  but before I started, the folks at Kali tweeted that there was now a download available.  … Continue reading

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CBC Padding Oracle Attacks Simplified – Key concepts and pitfalls

There are hundreds of web sites that describe the Padding Oracle attack, but many people find the concept confusing. I am going to try to explain everything you need to know. I am not going to write a bunch of equations … Continue reading

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Remote Input shell scripts for your Android Device, or my screen is cracked

My Android has a cracked screen. Help! I, too, had this happen to me. I had TitaniumBackup Pro on my device, but when the new version of KitKat came out, I lost root access because of the update.  I never … Continue reading

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Setting up the 900 Mhz Freakduino board on Kali Linux

The Freakduino LR is an Arduino board with a built-in 900Mhz radio designed for long range (1 mile). The primary components include CPU: ATMEGA328-QFP32 Atmel AT86RF212 900 TI CC1190 900 Mhz RF Front end This board belongs in the suite … Continue reading

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The Top Eleven Reasons why Security Experts get no Respect

Let’s face it – being a security expert is difficult. While security technology is very difficult, dealing with people, especially with people who don’t work in the security field, is far more difficult. Why is that, you say?  I have … Continue reading

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