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  1. Great very early intro to some of the hardware the nsa uses: http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/a-941262.html (click the red circles) also congrats hak5 for the success of the pinapple! An FBI security specialist gave a presentation on it and its capabilities at a fortune 50 company i work at :P
  2. Is there any easy way to find a website's dns provider? Like if a website is using godaddy vs dyndns? it's a www.website.com style name. not a wesite.ath.cx
  3. guy in my engineering class had one of these. looks like a mini mini asus eee 901 the mouse is a flipped upsidedown optical mouse and you rub your finger over it in order to move the cursor. Crazy neat some specs wifi, 1 usb port, microSD slot, 4gb internal storage, runs ubuntu, 512mb ram, 1024 x 600 touchscreen display, an 800MHz Freescale. downside: no bluetooth, 500ish usd. not sure what wifi chipset it uses(didn't really look into it). if no one can find online tell me and i'll look at his
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    Snubs has been playin around with her little aim craptop, and here's a simular device. Here's an open source internet radio that runs linux (obviously) has openssh-server pre installed it's interface is totally flash from my understanding. what mainly caught my eye is the wifi card. it uses a Ralink RT2571WF store https://store.chumby.com/ teardown http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/chumby-one/1614/1 front motherboard http://bunniestudios.com/blog/images/chumb...e_frontside.jpg back motherboard http://bunniestudios.com/blog/images/chumby_one_backside.jpg wiki http://wiki.chumby.com/mediawiki/index.php/Main_Page wireless http://i49.tinypic.com/20p2a05.jpg i haven't had a whole lot of time to work on it. The last patch changed some of the programs included...so passwd is gone and i really don't want to add openssh to the startup.
  5. if cherrypal can't run a website how are they to develop harware/software http://www.cherrypal.com/openstore/ why do they sell macs? and i'm assuming they mean gb instead of mb on the specs. "image using only 2 watts of energy" lol? how did they go about calculating that Cherrypal Bing 13.3 inch laptop (super-thin) TERRIBLE image! http://www.cherrypal.com/openstore/product...a311e73f5e8e44f absolutely no specs
  6. i was computer science once upon a time. i learned that most good computer jobs are intense programming jobs, i couldn't stand my programming intern after a week. Most networking jobs are low pay and you (as an employee) have a reputation to upkeep. Your reputation is based on how well other people's products work, as in routers/servers. so i went engineering
  7. http://tinyurl.com/ycmg8k3 look at what they used under hardware listed
  8. i was thinking the same thing... using an ssl strip on just 1 person is pointless. ssl stripping on a highly active line is more realistic
  9. find an old pc and throw it in the basement of ur house. PROBLEM SOLVED ssh tunnel all your web stuff too. your university can track and do w/e they want to ur interwebz
  10. if you have a linux pc use ettercap to mitm the employees then use urlsnarf to see the urls they visit. for lols you use driftnet after mitm and see all the images going through ur network card [sudo] ettercap -i <network interface> -G urlsnarf - sniffs traffic for url headers (text based, and just the url of the page) sudo urlsnarf -i eth1 Driftnet -Driftnet is a program which listens to network traffic and picks out images from TCP streams it observes. driftnet -i eth1 or just get some hardware keylogger. im very surprised your employer has no way of monitoring traffic/comp use o.o what happens if a serious lawsuit gets thrown at the company cause someone was uploading/downloading kiddy pr0n or music. if u can't get evidence who did it the company is going to take the blame
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