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= Hack Naked TV - 6/05/15 =
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In this episode we talk about vulnerable SSH keys on Github, SourceForge hijacking user accounts to distribute adware, a $12 child’s toy that can be used to open a large amount of garage doors, and I demo an awesome new feature in Meterpreter.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 18:32, 19 June 2015

Black Hills Information Security

In this episode we talk about vulnerable SSH keys on Github, SourceForge hijacking user accounts to distribute adware, a $12 child’s toy that can be used to open a large amount of garage doors, and I demo an awesome new feature in Meterpreter.

Episode Media

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Beau's Stories

  1. Auditing GitHub users’ SSH key quality
  2. Sourceforge Hijacks the Nmap Sourceforge Account
  3. OpenSesame is a device that can wirelessly open virtually any fixed-code garage door in seconds
  4. Meterpreter Transport Control