Sunday, October 30, 2005

Exploit your kids on eBay.

Woman on ebay exploiting her daughter to make a few bucks. Maybe we should all be doing this.

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Thursday, September 08, 2005

The Packet Sniffers episode 5 OUT

From the most original characters in the hacking, modding and tinkering scene, episode 5 is available for your enjoyment.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Sniffing VOIP with Cain

Here is a great tutorial on sniffing VOIP, kinda basic but really cool. Now I just wonder if this is concidered wire tapping?

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Friday, August 05, 2005

Hak.5 Official Release "Episode 1"!!!!!!

Not the trailer this time! The official release is out, great content, sweet hacks and funny as hell!

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Vista Viruses Unleashed!

An Austrian hacker earned the dubious distinction of writing what are thought to be the first known viruses for Microsoft's Windows Vista.

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Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Hello, Firefox! �Cause Internet Explorer 7.0 Is Going Bye Bye

As soon as the press found out that Microsoft, forced by the Firefox�s ascension, will release a new version of the Internet Explorer browser, everybody has started to wonder what effect this will have on the �fox that has put the Internet on fire�.

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CVS camcorder usably hacked!

The CVS Disposable Camcorder (mentioned about a month ago) has now been usably hacked so that videos can be downloaded over USB - no need to desolder the flash memory. Finally, some healthy free-market competition to CVS's expensive development service, just like in the analog world.

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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Hak.5 Pilot "Episode 1"

After listening to Leo Laporte this weekend, a new show was introduced to the "non conventional tv shows". I had the oppurtunity to watch the new release which is due out sometime next week. It's like a cross between "the broken" & "SYSTM" but totally unique. Check it out!

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Microsoft fixes WGA Validation

Microsoft has updated the Windows Genuine Validation tool to circumvent the hack exposed last week that allowed the system to be bypassed with a snippet of JavaScript code....How long will it be before this is too cracked??

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Monday, August 01, 2005

Tech Shows

This is a list of the best free downloadable tech shows currently available on the Internet. This site will be regularly updated with new shows and information.

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Hackers vs terrorists: online anti-jihad

MI5 and patriotic hackers have formed an unlikely alliance to close down their sites.

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Sunday, July 31, 2005

80's Arcade Photos Rescued from Dumpster

Remember arcades looking like this back in the 80's? Check out these photo slides recovered from the trash and posted up on Flickr

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What Happens When You Accidentally Buy A $245,000 Car On eBay

Guy claims his 2-year-old daughter hit the 'buy it now' button and is now being sued

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AOL LatAm Venture Got Lost In Translation

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Apparel Maker Tags RFID For Kids' Sleepwear

Lauren Scott of California will launch a line of kid's pajamas sewn with RFID tags. Readers placed in a house will be able to scan the tags within a 30-foot radius and trigger an alarm if boundaries are breached.

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Saturday, July 30, 2005

Windows Update Cracked Again; One File Deletion/Rename

Well I was playing around with WGA and I found a simple way to disable it (without an annoying prompt telling you to enable the plugin in IE or using the javascript everytime).

This is a repost. My title might have mislead or confused some folks.

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Final Fantasy XII Release Date Revealed

During the Square Enix press meeting today, the official Final Fantasy XII release date was revealed. The Japanese date is March 16, 2006 while a US date has not yet been announced.

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Apple recruiting Sony VAIO engineers to build the first Intel PowerBook?

Will the first Intel PowerBooks be designed by a team of ex-Sony engineers? Could be.

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