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  1. Gentoo is basically a meme at this point, I used to build that for the first xbox, when I had more time then sense. Still use Debian as my day to day laptop os and FreeBSD on everything else. I at one point used a bunch of different OS, now its just those.
  2. I don't read the mag any more, but I try and attend the monthly meetings if the city I'm working in has one.
  3. I don't really pay much attention to their products, but if the Ducky is the USB hid thing, then it was not invented by the team. The modified USB stick that predates it was largely developed by a very active community, when there was still one here. Sure the idea has been turned into a more professional product, also if you want small in the case of network related tools, there are a wide array of OpenWRT supported devices or use a rPi. I'm not pissing on their achievements, they have grown a company out of a low budget podcast/webtv show, thats hard work. Their prices aren't even
  4. Sure, no real need for any of their tools, all that stuff is easy enough to do with low cost off the shelf kit, but for people with the cash, may as well save the time and keep people in employment.
  5. I just carry a ThinkPad x230 running CoreBoot/Debian, a OnePlus 3T running LineageOS, charging/data cable, Leatherman Wave, modded TYT MD380, a pair of cheapo mini USB wifi dongles (these are rarely used but useful for when I want multiple interfaces). I don't need anything else really, any laptop can do what I need. I've got a set of Sparrows picks on me and a few padlocks (which get swapped out), but that's only to keep my hands busy.
  6. I was working in Tokyo for about a year and a half. Got to travel about and see the country over that time. It really depends what you're into, the food is fantastic, hit a temple or two, ect. The torrist spots are torrist sports for a reason. Tech wise, it's nothing special, it's just as if they took a tech site and dumped all the goods in a multistory shop. The prices aren't as good as web prices, but if you show your passport, you don't pay tax. This is useful when buying machanical keyboards, it's still the cheapest place to buy HHKB, but they still aren't cheap. B
  7. I've been here a while. Had an account on the old forums, probably been here since ep1 or 2. I watch the show every so often nowadays, check the forum once every month or two, it does not really feel like a community any more, more a user support forum, but times change and its good the Hak5 team are making a living out of this.
  8. I just install straight Debian or Slackware and just grab anything I need from github/ect, only reason I do it is I use the systems for other things and I don't need or want things i'm not going to use.
  9. Just deactivate your account or ignore it. If its threats towards your life then report it to the police.
  10. Well there was the Ubertooth which could only sniff a single channel of bluetooth at once, being that Bluetooth hops 2400 to 2483.5MHz and there are 1600 hops per second, you would miss a lot sniffing with anything less than a high end spectrum analyser, or I know you can cover all the channels at once with two USRP2's. Still the Ubertooth had their uses. Other than that, people have looked into things that use Bluetooth, like jamming electric skateboards, which stops the skateboard and sends the rider flying, there is some interest around Bluetooth locks, not so much connecting to them,
  11. They look like regular 433MHz modules, the likes you would use for lots of tasks, like weather stations. http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/2KM_Long_Range_RF_link_kits_w/_encoder_and_decoder I'm fairly sure they aren't bidirectional, like http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Long-distance-LoRa-SX1276-SX1278-RF-wireless-module-DRF1278F/1396782_2021201457.html http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Long-distance-wireless-433-868-915Mhz-Lora-and-GPS-Expansion-Board-for-Raspberry-Pi/32672385182.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.2.3RzDoD&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_10,searchweb201602_5_10017_405_
  12. Also that antenna is a fairly small helical antenna, this is what I have on my icom
  13. Yeah, I've been going to 2600 meetings since I was 14 or 15 (now in my mid 30's), its always been a good place to learn new things, ask questions and make like minded friends, and that goes for any of the global meetings, San Francisco and Toronto 2600 were two of my favourite ones, when I was working out those ways. Its a great way to settle into an area as most sercurity events, feel like a formal networking event where people are trying to sell you a product, service, or themselves. The whole shared interest thing means you rarely go to cons on your own, no matter where they are in th
  14. Not sure how many of you are in London, or the surrounding areas, but you might want to check out a 2600 meeting. This will be the London 2600 July meeting. As always we meet at the front entrance of the former Trocadero Centre from 18:30 to 19:30, before moving onto the second venue.For anyone new to 2600 meetings, London 2600 meetings are part of a global movement. Stemming from a radio show and magazine focusing on Phreaking, which flourished into global meetings, happening the first Friday of every month. Bringing hackers/geeks/tech obsessives/cyber punks/tin foil hat wearers together
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