The Hack Across America series continues in week 3 with a phenomenal episode featuring an exclusive interview with Pronobozo. Then mubix joins us for Metasploit 101 part 2, pwning a domain controller via SQL injection an token passing on a fully patched enterprise network. Plus Shannon has a tool that will save tons of time on your next PC build in this week's Snubs Report. Get comfortable, you won't wanna miss this.
Details on Darren's journey across North America can be found at HackAcrossAmerica.com.
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Put together by a band of IT ninjas, security professionals and hardcore gamers, Hak5 isn't your typical tech show. We take on hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Then we wrap it all up with a healthy dose of cocktails and geek comedy. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust.
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We're excited to be the first to publish a video interview with the infamous Pronobozo
Originally running on the PDP-11 and incorporating elements from BSD, this closed source version of Unix was licensed to manufacturers by Microsoft, *yes, Microsoft* in 1980.
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This week Rob Fuller, aka Mubix brings us a follow-up to his Metasploit 101 series where he guides you through the process of pwning the domain administrator on a fully patched enterprise network.
Click It Or Ticket
Guys, it's a fact, men are less likely than women to buckle up. In 2008, 66 percent of male drivers and 74 percent of male passengers 18 to 34 killed in passenger vehicles were NOT wearing their seat belts. Donít become a statistic... wear a freaking seatbelt.
ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT! Two thirds of people who die in accidents at night are not buckled up. You may be a safe driver but you do not know who is out there... it's not cool to not wear it.
The police will be out in force over Memorial weekend. Hundreds of State and local law enforcement and highway safety officials across the Nation will participate in Click It or Ticket 2010 from May 24 to June 6. They will be looking for you, day and night, and making sure that everyone is buckled up.
We've all been there. After building a Windows box and installing drivers it's the ritual of downloading the latest versions of all your essential software and clicking next, next, I agree, finish for about an hour. Not anymore, Ninite will do it all in two clicks.
Ninite is a software download and installation automation tool that supports a plethora of popular software. Simply browse to ninite.com, select which packages you want like Chrome, Skype, uTorrent, Teracopy, etc, and click Get Installer. Moments later you'll be downloading a customer installation script that will automate the entire process. Double-click and it will automatically download the latest versions in 32 or 64 bit and install them to your machine without stopping for a single prompt.
It's fast, simple, free and saves a bundle of time so we love it. While the Linux crowd has been enjoying yum and apt, it's about time something came along for the Windows side.
There is a paid pro version that comes with a $20/mo subscription fee and includes advanced features like offline installers, caching and silent installation. We think it could be handy for IT pros handling large networks, however it's not going to compete with pushing packages via group policies.
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