Top 5 Wireless Home Security Internet Cameras - Why You Need One written by: Michael Dougherty•edited by: Aaron R.•updated: 8/28/2011 Crime does not only happen on the Internet. It happens at the one place where you should feel safest. Your home. Let the Internet help protect you from crime that happens off the Internet with these wireless home security internet cameras. Google hacking master list This master list of Google Hacking command sets has show up on a forum in Russia, as well as on Scribd. While we often forget about Google hacking, and rarely use it against our own sites, a list like this is going to keep the kids happy as they merrily pound their way through Google to your systems. This makes the data much more accessible than at Johnny I hack stuff. There are some drawbacks in how Johnny I hack stuff works, you have to do a lot of clicking to get to the right hacks. This master list also includes things I have not seen or tried yet meaning that the body of knowledge for Google hacks is still being expanded upon. It has been a while since a really good Google hack has come out, but this list promises to keep me busy for a while.
Know the Trade – Your IT Security Information Portal CISSP/CEH/CISA/Hacker and Penetration Testing Specialist Google Hacking allintitle:Brains, Corp. camera allintitle:"index of/admin" allintitle:"index of/root" allintitle:restricted filetype:doc site:gov allintitle:restricted filetype :mail allintitle:sensitive filetype:doc allinurl:/bash_history allinurl:winnt/system32/ (get cmd.exe) Comprehensive Package Database Although packages are easily navigated from any jailbroken iOS device through the Cydia application itself, Cydia Search is a browser-based search engine offering a quick and reliable alternative for finding packages currently available in Cydia. Cydia Search checks all included repositories for new and updated packages once per hour. Additional information on how this system handles package data as well as asnwers to many frequently asked questions can be found on the FAQs page.
How to Pick a Lock with a Bump Key The point that many people miss is that bump keys and lockpicks allow access to an area without any obvious sign of forced entry. This allows for long term theft, especially in an office or retail situation where high value items may be stored in a supposedly secure area and not be missed for some time, but where attempting to force a lock would bring immediate attention. If my wife comes home to a lock drilled off the door, she going to call the police. If an intruder uses a bump key, she could be totally unaware that someone was lurking inside. How to make a Bump Key Video Hi, my name is Tyler and I am going to show you how to make and use a bump key. A bump key when properly used will open any lock that it fits into. Now, this technique is not new. The bad guys have been using it literally for years and the locks that you buy today, yes even lock that you have on your front door is vulnerable to this technique, largely because the general public doesn't know that they are unsafe. The way a normal key works is; you stick it into a lock and if you look at a key, you'll see that it has little ridges and little valleys. When you stick it into a lock, the little valleys line up with the pins inside the lock.
Google bomb A Google bomb on March 31st, 2013. Despite Google's intervention, some of the first search results still refer to Bush. The terms Google bomb and Googlewashing refer to the practice of causing a web page to rank highly in search engine results for unrelated or off-topic search terms by linking heavily. In contrast, search engine optimization (SEO) is the practice of improving the search engine listings of web pages for relevant search terms. It is done for either business, political, or comedic purposes (or some combination thereof). Google's search-rank algorithm ranks pages higher for a particular search phrase if enough other pages linked to it use similar anchor text (linking text such as "miserable failure").
Using Googles Full Capabilities. « XBOX, XBOX 360, PS2, PS3, PSP, & MORE! – Your source for the latest in console modding. Well most of you use Google to probably look up porn. Other just search stuff. And others use Google to hack. Using Google, and some finely crafted searches we can find a lot of interesting information. For Example we can find: Credit Card Numbers Passwords Software / MP3′s …… (and on and on and on) Presented below is just a sample of interesting searches that we can send to google to obtain info that some people might not want us having.. After you get a taste using some of these, try your own crafted searches to find info that you would be interested in.
Tic tac toe... … three in a row! Apple released iOS 4.3.3 on Wednesday, and once again the untethered jailbreak exploit that @i0n1c created for 4.3.1 still works. That makes it an unprecedented three firmwares where the same userland exploit works. We’re not exactly sure why Apple hasn’t fixed the hole yet, but we’re not complaining! Today’s PwnageTool and redsn0w incorporate @i0n1c’s port to 4.3.3 (it’s ironic that such a long-lasting untether doesn’t even have an official name!). Know the Trade – Your IT Security Information Portal CISSP/CEH/CISA/Hacker and Penetration Testing Specialist Google Hacking allintitle:Brains, Corp. camera allintitle:"index of/admin" allintitle:"index of/root" allintitle:restricted filetype:doc site:gov allintitle:restricted filetype :mail allintitle:sensitive filetype:doc allinurl:/bash_history allinurl:winnt/system32/ (get cmd.exe)
Internet security Tools If you want to protect yourself from Internet snoopers, want to spy on those out to get you, or want to be able to track trends that you know will lead to something big, then these tools will help you get the job done. Without a Trace If you want to use the Internet without anyone knowing who you are or leave an untraceable phone number, then these tools are for you. Big String. Big String offers self-destructing IMs and emails for those who don’t want any evidence of their online communications.