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  1. Hey all, Just wanted to share with the hak5 community 2 programs I recently released. The 1st gives you a sudo like command in windows (easy elevation when you are at a command prompt and realize you need more privileges) http://jmaxxz.com/index.php?option=com_con...s&Itemid=32 The 2nd program modifies Chrome's flash assemblies to let you work on one monitor while watching full-screen flash video on the other without having Flash leave full-screen mode. http://jmaxxz.com/index.php?option=com_con...s&Itemid=32 Both programs are open source. Let me know what you think.
  2. Wrote this to hack flash and improve multimonitor support http://jmaxxz.com/index.php?option=com_con...s&Itemid=32 thought some of you may like it. Edit: Sorry for the spelling error in the title.
  3. Books are very nice for learning to program, but if you want something more hands on try to create a very simple application. When you get stuck ask for google, and ask for help. Then you learn a little bit at a time. When learning Java, and C# it is important to remember that the basics of Object Oriented programing, and working with strongly typed languages are more important than the syntax or libraries. Learn OO and the paradigm behind Java and C# will make a lot more sense. And the best way to do that is to find yourself a good beginners book. I had an earlier edition of this book w
  4. Agreed, but I have always found class diagrams to be what UML is really good at modeling, I don't think I would recommend it for a GUI. That is just me though.
  5. I like to tell a story when I am making a GUI, I often do this by putting together a power point showing various flows through the program. (Yeah, yet another use for power point) Visio has GUI mock up tools as well. I have never used them, but you may want to look at that.
  6. Hey all my fellow Hak5 fans! Currently I am working with a team on a open source project which I thought some of you may find interesting. Basically we are creating an augmented reality multi-player FPS which we are planning on releasing under the GPL sometime this spring. It is pretty home-brew, in that our system consists of off the shelf web-cams, gps dongles, and video goggles. It will probably not perform well enough for wide spread use, but that was never really our intention. Rather, we are just looking to show of the tech, and hopefully encourage the community to build upon our work.
  7. oops click submit twice, and not seeing a way to delete this 2nd post. Sorry for the spam
  8. I've described what i think is a major vulnerability here: http://jmaxxz.com/index.php?option=com_con...h&Itemid=35 Some people I have talked to think this is expected functionality, but even if it is this is very exploitable. What do you guys think?
  9. Thanks, I knew there had to be a tool built in to do it.
  10. jmaxxz

    Decrypt Hex

    Yeah no one here is going to help you figure out your parents passwords, please read the sticky topic: Read me first
  11. Does anyone know if there is a tool in backtrack, or that is available for download which would allow me to run an access point where when a new user connects they get an authentication page which they must authenticate with before accessing the network. Similar to what is present in a lot of coffee shops. This is for a PoC I am developing to show why these pages decrease network security if done incorrectly. Thanks, Jmaxxz
  12. That would really be too bad if AMD went under, as it would most certainly give Intel a monopoly over desktop processors. Not to mention that the phenom II is a pretty awesome chip, and I would hate to see its evolution end.
  13. If the performance between AMD and Intel chips was close enough to be negligible which would you pick? I ask because 'emotionally' I like AMD more, but performance of intels is just that much better, and I was wonder if other geeks perfered the AMD brand, or the Intel brand.
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    As soon as I get this tunnel working as I want I will post something explaining what I had to do to get it working. Accessing network resources over it was not too bad, but setting up a secure tunnel for internet traffic is turning out to be a real pain. I thought hak5 said something recently at the end of one of their shows about doing a segment on openvpn. ...but I could be wrong
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