Decrypting Morse code with a simple terminal command and a PC sound card, this time on Hak5! Shannon’s call sign is KM6FPP! Listen for her on the radio soon. Installing and setting up XDEMorse: sudo apt-get install xdemorse cd /usr/share/doc/xdemorse/examples/ sudo gunzip xdemorserc.example.gz cp xdemorserc.example ~/.xdemorserc nano ~/.xdemorserc xdemorse & xdemorse http://www.qsl.net/5b4az/pkg/morse/xdemorse/xdemorse.html rscw http://wwwhome.ewi.utwente.nl/~ptdeboer/ham/rscw/ minimodem […]

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Today on HakTip we’re learning about the terminal environment and customizations ——————————- Shop: http://www.hakshop.com Support: http://www.patreon.com/threatwire Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/hak5 Our Site: http://www.hak5.org Contact Us: http://www.twitter.com/hak5 —————————— Commands you’ll need to know: printenv printenv USER set alias Learn about the Alias command from this episode of HakTip! – https://youtu.be/4-IngQNj0rQ?list=PLW5y1tjAOzI2ZYTlMdGzCV8AJuoqW5lKB ls -a nano .bashrc umask 0002 export HISTCONTROL=ignoredups […]

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——————————- Shop: http://www.hakshop.com Support: http://www.patreon.com/threatwire Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/hak5 Our Site: http://www.hak5.wpengine.com Contact Us: http://www.twitter.com/hak5 —————————— In this episode of Hak5, Darren and Shannon check out a few more fun linux commands and offer some BASH tips!

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Low bandwidth got you down? Want a leeter way to check your email? Shannon checks out the command line based Alpine email client with Gmail. Plus, Darren talks to Yubico about the latest in Universal 2nd Factor and their virtual hackathon for strong, simple authentication. All that and more, this time on Hak5! Download HD […]

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We love SSH Tunnels for their versatility and ease of use. They’re great for protecting Internet traffic and a breeze to setup on Windows, Mac or Linux. So how about Android? Darren looks into SSH Tunneling from an un-rooted Android phone. Plus, Android Sketches! Shannon demonstrates some nifty code! All that and more, this time […]

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Shannon starts up the HackRF to show some of it’s capabilities. Follow along and learn about this new software defined radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals! Download HD | Download MP4 HackRF – Getting Started and 2 Radio Frequencies at Once Pentoo, a Linux distribution with full support for HackRF and […]

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Windows command line aliases, a netcat-based pastebin and an update on the WiFi Birdhouse project. All that and more, this time on Hak5. Download HD | Download MP4 termbin.com

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Reconnaissance with WiFi Birdhouses and RTL-SDR for Linux, this time on Hak5! Download HD | Download MP4 wifipineapple.com gnuradio.org kmkeen.com

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NMap delivers your output in several ways, including as a text file, an XML file, a grepable file and even more. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Welcome to HakTip — the show where we breakdown concepts, tools and techniques for hackers, gurus and IT ninjas. I’m Shannon Morse and I think it’s time we […]

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Shannon Morse covers several options you can use in NMap to change the timing of your port scans. Download HD  |   Download MP4 There are occasions where slowing down or speeding up your scan can help you receive better detailed outputs from NMap. For example, if you’re on a slow connection, you may want […]

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This week on HakTip, Shannon demonstrates some options you can use in NMap for operating system detection. Download HD  |   Download MP4 This is really fun. NMap has the power to tell you what operating system and services a remote target is running, by decoding the data that a system responds with after NMap […]

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Shannon Morse shows off several advanced scanning techniques you can use while working within NMap. Download HD  |   Download MP4 We already know there are numerous ways to scan a target in NMap, from the discovery options we learned last week to the default scanning we’ve used since the beginning. There are other options […]

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Shannon Morse discusses several discovery options you can use while working within NMap on today’s HakTip. Download HD  |   Download MP4   Today we’re going to go over more Discovery Options. Since there are so many Discovery options that we can cover, I decided to split these into two episodes- last week’s and this […]

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This week on HakTip Shannon is using Netcat to direct network traffic around the computer and between computers! Download HD | Download MP4 Today we are finishing my Netcat 101 series with a quick wrapup of tips! Let’s start with the help file: nc -h. We haven’t gone over all of the options available to […]

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This week on HakTip Shannon is using Netcat to make two processes talk to each other on a network! Download HD  |   Download MP4   How to make Netcat talk to other processes: We have learned how to use Netcat to chat with another computer, and how to push a file transfer. Today, I’m […]

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This week on HakTip Shannon is connecting to linux from windows with Netcat! Download HD  |   Download MP4   Welcome to HakTip — the show where we breakdown concepts, tools and techniques for hackers, gurus and IT ninjas. I’m Shannon Morse and today I’m creating remote shells with Netcat in Linux! Remote shells on […]

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This week on HakTip Shannon is creating remote shells with Netcat in Windows! Download HD  |   Download MP4   Welcome to HakTip — the show where we break down concepts, tools and techniques for hackers, gurus and IT ninjas. I’m Shannon Morse and today i’m creating remote shells with Netcat in Windows! What is […]

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This week we are getting into using Netcat to file transfer network. Download HD  |   Download MP4 Netcat 101: Using Netcat to Transfer Files! Since we’ve covered how to get Netcat, and how to use it for chats, we’re going to delve a little further this week with file transfers. Normally, you would use […]

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This week we are getting into using Netcat to setup an instant chat network. Download HD  |   Download MP4     Netcat: How to Use Netcat To Chat Last week we discussed installing Netcat, and all the available ways you can do it on Windows and Linux. This week, we’re going over the basics. […]

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This week we are getting into Netcat the networking utility for use of just about anything with the network. Download HD  |   Download MP4   An Intro To Netcat Netcat first surfaced in 1995 and is one of the most popular (and very lightweight) network security tools to date. Netcat lets two computers transfer data with […]

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This week we are checking out your viewer feedback tips- editing bash history, Learn Linux the Hard Way, and shortcuts!

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