Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'coding'.
Found 4 results
Hello everyone! I was hoping someone could possibly help with an issue I am running into. I am using the Packet Squirrel to do a collect info for a printer on my network. However, something else that I would like to incorporate is an SSLKEYLOGFILE environment variable. Is it possible to create this variable via a Packet Squirrel collect? Could I possibly write a script to create the environment variable from the Packet Squirrel collect? Thanks much in advance for any advice!
Hi everyone, I just got my RubberDucky to do some Windows Setup automation (yeah, boring stuff, no hacking sadly) and the first thing I want to do is to run cmd while being in the Windows Out Of Box Experience (OOBE). You can open the cmd with the combination Shift + F10, however when I try to run SHIFT F10 from the Ducky, it doesn't open cmd. Is this Key Combo not supported or am I missing something here? Thanks in advance for the help, Patrick
Hey there! I am getting started within the coding/cybersecurity/ceh/pentesting world. I have a friend who's very savvy at all things tech, and I know they prize their Hak5 gear because they take it with them literally everywhere, so I figured getting to know this community might be a good place to start and get some direction with the best place to begin learning things whether that's YT, opensource projects, just working toward certs, etc. Thanks in advance for any and all help! a2d
Hello everyone, I have just discovered this amazing community. I am wondering if you guys could help provide me with beneficial programming tips or suggestions. I love to code and I am wondering if there are important skills I should obtain or learn about. It would be amazing to see if you guys have any programming tutorials/books/etc... that can be helpful to learn from. I am fairly decent at coding. My older project I worked on was an app on the IOS App Store (took me about 8 months to create), but I now want to learn about creating good-quality code and being able to understand other's code clearly. I currently aspire to become a software engineer one day.