With a life long aspiration for theater and love of technology Shannon Morse began her journey in the world of New Media and Podcasting in 2005. Once graduated from Missouri State University in May of 2008 and able to escape her hometown, Shannon found her way to the East Coast as a co-host for Hak5.
The new Sony Hi Res Walkman has just been announced! It's CES 2015
What do you do when your house is left with no power during a natural disaster? Plug in your car of course!
Want your phone to be prepared for winter? Then these are the apps you need!
On this week's episode of HakTip, Shannon Morse gives several expression examples that you can use when working within the Display Filter Box.
Analyzing the RF Spectrum with HackRF and an Open Source Android app - Shannon Morse reports. Plus, we moved! Darren tours the still-under-construction Hak5 warehouse. All that and more, this time on...
Get ready for phablets: the Samsung Note 4 review! Hands on with a physical Google security key, overclocking Haswell-E 5820K, test safely with a free VM, and get the rundown of acquaintances with...
Today's Android app is a must have app for any IT enthusiast!
Easily combine your contacts from all your social networks with today's app!
Join us as we say goodbye to the Hak5 Firehouse with answers to your latest questions on Kali, speed tests, cellphone bars, Android SSH apps and WiFi Mapping. All that and more, this time on Hak5.
It's easy to be distracted while writing. Today's website give you a clean interface so you can get down to business!
Track your stuff with a smartphone! Find who sucks down all of the bandwidth. Nexus 6, the iPad Mini that sucks, new Macs, and more!
Worried you might be addicted to checking your phone? We have three Android apps that should help.
On this week's episode of HakTip, Shannon Morse describes TCP Streams and how to decode packets in several formats.
Using multiple cloud services at once is a real pain-- each one is another website or app to keep track of. We've got an Android app that promise to help out with the problem.
Open Gardens Fire Chat app enables "off-the-grid" messaging over a WiFi - Bluetooth mesh. While the protocol isn't documented, some ask - is it secure? All that and more this time on Hak5