Host ID: 85
A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Phillip Geyer and is about Open Source Games and the community.
A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Nick Walker and is about Open Source Security Concepts.
A presentation from Software Freedom Day Event 2009 organised by the UAD Linux Society, Hannah Maclure Centre, and the Tayside Linux Users Group. This talk is by Robert McWilliam and is about using Free and Open Source Software for Windows.
finux and the Tracsec guys interview Moxie Marlinspike
Finux's Tracsec segement about Professional Certs Versus Hacking Degree
finux and the tracsec crew interview Peter Wood
Robert Laymans Borderless networking talk
Finux interviews TmacUK
Frank, Jason and Secubuss - HPR spreading the word
The first show is a continuation for a previous show
Frank Breedijk, asked HPR listeners to supply him name suggestions for his security assessment tool, autonessus. One of HPR listeners supplied him a name which he liked and now the project is known as Seccubus. The show is an interview with both Frank and the fellow that supplied the name Jason.
The interview was orginally recorded for http://www.tracsec.com
Astera has been an evangelist for hacker spaces across europe.
Lots of interesting information about hacker spaces
LINKS ============================================== https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk.CGI/man-cgi?crontab+5 http://unixgeeks.org/security/newbie/unix/cron-1.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron http://ratholeradio.org/ SCRIPT ============================================== username@computer:~$ vi /home/username/bin/hello.bash username@computer:~$ cat /home/username/bin/hello.bash #!/bin/bash echo "hello world" username@computer:~$ /home/username/bin/hello.bash bash: /home/username/bin/hello.bash: Permission denied username@computer:~$ chmod +x /home/username/bin/hello.bash username@computer:~$ /home/username/bin/hello.bash hello world username@computer:~$ export |grep EDITOR declare -x EDITOR="vim" username@computer:~$ crontab -l no crontab for username username@computer:~$ crontab -e no crontab for username - using an empty one No modification made username@computer:~$ crontab -e no crontab for username - using an empty one crontab: installing new crontab username@computer:~$ crontab -l # m h dom mon dow command * * * * * /home/username/bin/hello.bash > /home/username/hello.output 2>&1 username@computer:~$ cat /home/username/hello.output hello world
Interview with a blackhat - n0 g00d And so commences the new series of interview with a BlackHat n0 g00d talks to us about where he started hacking, what he has done in the past and the reasons why he does hack. tmacuk - http://www.tmacuk.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
Finux gives a talk at the Dundee Free Software Day event. Topic: what is free software?
Ogg version. Click riiiight here on the little f (for free), to download it.
or grab the ... ogg vorbis version
Gary Whiton talks about the Blender Game Engine.
Robert Ladyman talks about Free and Open Source software in the Business world.
Also available is the ogg version of this episode.
Finux talks about SSL attacks
Shownotes are on Finux's blog
RobertLadyman tals about Free And Open Source Software In Business
finux interview Ryan Dewhurst
Download the ogg vorbis version courtesy Finux & the Bad Apples.
finux and the author of Autonessus talk about some upcoming news about this software
Finux talks to Moxie Marlinspike about a variety of vulnerabilities in most common implementations of SSL, such as hijacking the switch from http to https, universal wildcard certs, SSLsniff and more.
GaryWhiton talks about Blender
finux talks about what is free software.
finux interviewing Benny from BruCON
Podcasting: From Mic to Audience finux talks all about podcasting
Finux interviews Frank and Chris for an update after the Hacking At Random (HAR) event. What is Hacking At Random? listen to the episode! You can download the ogg version here --> download the ogg version.
finux interviews ChrisJohnRiley and Frank Breedijk about Defcon 17.
finux interviews Pete Wood
finux interviews Benny, a security consultant and organizer of BruCON
finux continues his news cast series
finux interviews ChrisJohnRiley
second ep of finux's series
Ep 0 of finux's newscast series
finux's student-hacker guild to using linux rainbow tables
finux's talk from Software Freedom day
finux discusses a tool that allows you to reset windows passwords
finux explains just how insecure WEP is
original audio from http://www.linuxbasement.com/
finux discusses kismet
Wikipedia, defines Rootkit as “.. a program designed to take fundamental control of a computer system, without authorization..”. Rootkit means “pwned”. In this episode, Finux, gives a detailed account of how rootkits work. He also reveals ways to expose and - better yet - avoid them.
original audio from http://www.linuxbasement.com/
finux discusses rootkits
Shownotes by: diggsit