15 videos


  • Using A RTL-SDR To Learn About The GSM Network Around You

    This time Shannon and Darren explore the available GSM information using some Kali Linux, WireShark and a RTL-SDR. All that and more, this time on Hak5!


  • Cell Phone Hack Jams Calls and Texts!

    Researchers in Berlin have discovered a hack that turns an everyday phone into a "jammer." Annie explains how these jammers can block calls and texts that still travel across the 2G Network, and whether or not you should be concerned.

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  • Back Up 5 Terabytes Offsite! Apps To Track Your Mobile Data. Is Business Class Internet Better? Awesome Nexus 7 Dash Install. Help For Linux Noobs!

    Today on Tekzilla, we talk apps to track your mobile data, a Nexus 7 dash install and whether business class internet is actually better. Plus, back up 5 terabytes offsite and help for Linux noobs!


  • Surviving CES Wireless and 60GHz Beam Forming

    This time on a special Hak5 from CES 2013, surviving overloaded wireless networks, fitness tech for hackers and pico sized 802.11ad beam forming antenna arrays for the 60GHz band. All that and more!


  • Hacking the Airwave with HackRF and Jailbreaking the NetGear NeoTV

    This time on the show, Hack the Airwaves! Darren sits down with HackRF creators Mike Ossmann and Jared Boone at Toorcon San Diego. Then, rooting the Netgear NeoTV with just a remote? It's possible with just a little command injection. Plus, disk imaging in Linux the sexy way. All that and more!


  • Introduction to Packet Radio and Arduino Controlled LED Strips

    This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - the American Hacker Camp. This time Darren speaks with Rob Eby about packet radio as an extension of the Internet. Plus what could be better than flexible individually addressable RGB LED strips? %1 controlled by Arduino! All that and more!


  • Mapping with Balloons, Building a GSM Network with Shadytel and Hacker Pants

    This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - The American Hacker Camp. Darren speaks with Mathew L of Public Laboratory about Balloon mapping. Then Shadytel shares their experience building a certified experimental GSM network. Plus why do hacker's pants weigh 3 pounds? Ronin of HackFromACave explains.


  • Ask the Buffalo: Microsoft Surface RT, iPad Mini and More!

    In this episode, Jon shares his thoughts on the rumored $200 price point for Microsoft's Surface RT tablet, and the impact that it might have. Jon also compares the iPad Mini to the original sized iPad. All this and more in this episode of ATB!


  • Ask The Buffalo: Windows Phone Apollo, Samsung Galaxy S3 and More!

    Jon R is back to tackle more questions and queries from Buffalo readers, viewers and fans! In this episode, Jon explains the differences between locked and unlocked phones. He also provides some thoughts on the Windows Phone front, as well as the effectiveness of Apple products for people over the age of 60.


  • Debunking Wireless Generations - a Jason Rant

    Here in the US there are are 4 major carries and all of them use 3g and 4g as marketing speak for speed, but I am here to tell you it not all marketing at all. First lets cover what the G really stands for. It's generation, so 3G is really the third generation of wireless cell technology. So, when Version says they have the largest 3g network they really mean they started building their network later than, say A&TT, who really started at 2G. So in the case of Verizon, 3G could be slower than AT&T's 2G network because generation does not directly correlate with speed. But as we all know tech does have a tendency to get faster over time. The generational spec really dictates how the tech of a given generation uses it's spectrum to push packets.