Cracking a WPA Capture with the GPU using HashCat

  After a WPA/WPA 2 Handshake Capture has been saved to a drive cracking it with current computers can be challenging. To speed this process up the GPU in some video cards can be utilized. This can speed things up drastically when doing a brute force crack on a WPA data capture. You will need to know the… Read More »

Our Picks for Top Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kits

If you’re looking to get started with a Raspberry Pi project but don’t want to buy all the components individually, there are many starter kits that come with everything needed to get started.   These kits will include Wi-Fi dongle’s, microSD cards, HDMI cables, power supply, case, and of course the Raspberry Pi 2 model B.   Some… Read More »

Wireless 5.8GHz Security Cameras Get Better Reception

The traditional wireless 2.4 GHz frequency has become very overcrowded from remote control helicopters to Wi-Fi tablet users.   To combat this overcrowding the 5 GHZ range has been introduced. The 5.8 GHz range has not been overused as the 2.4 GHz has. Because of this there is less interference from other devices allowing for better connections.  … Read More »

Kali Linux Nano USB adapters

Long-range USB adapters are great when penetration testing with Kali Linux but what if you want to stay low-profile.   Most USB adapters that work with Kali Linux such as the popular Alfa adapters have large antennas that stick out and are very noticeable.   To stay low-profile small nano USB adapter/dongle’s need to be used with Kali.… Read More »