How To Spy On a Cell Phone or Bug a Room

  Cell phone spying tools and bugs have been around for awhile now , and used mainly by companies trying to get a edge on each other or private detectives working to get evidence of a cheating spouse.   There is no doubt the many uses of listening in on someone else conversations for any number of reasons.… Read More »

How To Buy a Secure Wireless Keyboard

  Wireless keyboard hacking has become popular again since Kali has release Nethunter and other tools such as Keysweeper.   These hacks are nothing new and many keyboard manufactures have since 2011 began to encrypt wireless keyboard signals with AES algorithm.   The bad news is many cheap off the shelf keyboards do not encrypt the signal.  … Read More »

Get Rid of Cable TV With XBMC / Kodi

I have been a fan of XBMC / Kodi for many years starting with the original Xbox years ago. Since those days XBMC has evolved a lot to become a full fledged home entertainment system all for free.   Back in 2007 when I was first introduced to XBMC is was a cool way to hack a old… Read More »

Our Picks for Top Penetration Testing Books 2015

Penetration Testing is a field that interest many people, being able to attack a network legally and find vulnerabilities in a network is fun to a select few.   Gaining the knowledge needed to be able to do a Penetration Audit is always a ongoing challenge, with reading and implementing new tactics and ideas.   There is a… Read More »

Raspberry Pi Kits An Overview

  What is a Raspberry Pi? It is a small low cost computer that is the size of a credit card. Originally created to teach students Computer Science, it has since taken on a life of its own and has been adapted into many creations by computer hobbyist. As of March 2015, 4.1 million were reportedly sold.  … Read More »

A short history of Wi-Fi and its vulnerabilities

In 1985 the Federal Communication Commission released three bands of the radio spectrum: 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz. After these frequencies were opened to operate as license free wireless bands all kinds of consumer electronics began to use them, from walkie-talkies to baby monitors.   Shortly after this in the 1990s the IEEE (Institute of Electrical… Read More »