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Home > Exploits[Archives] (20) - New Archives with exploits for all system platforms HOW TO BYPASS BIOS PASSWORDS How to bypass BIOS passwords: How to break into a computer protected by a BIOS password using standard backdoors, or by flashing the BIOS via software or hardware. (21kb) IRIX midikeys root exploit. IRIX midikeys exploit vulnerability that will get root. Sorry All the Hacking Tools and files you need u n d e r g r o u n d s e c u r i t y s y s t e m s r e s e a r c h Security Special for Admins , exploits, crypto , all for you mind Welcome to Hack-Shock New: HackShock offers now a new section called "The Exploiter" containing all Exploits released 1999, exploits are updated monthly in one huge Update! Languard Commercial network scanner (3kb) Disaster Recovery Plan Template Should the worst happen to you, this template for a disaster recovery plan will help you plan your recovery (3kb) 7 resource(s) in this category...

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How air traffic control works Inside Brisbane Centre. Air traffic control is used to manage the safe and orderly flow of aircraft into, out of, and across Australian airspace. We use systems and processes to minimise the risk of collisions, while allowing the maximum number of aircraft to fly safely in our skies. Each year we safely manage 11 per cent of the world’s airspace where there are more than more than four million aircraft movements carrying more than 140 million passengers annually. Painfully Computer Pranks ~ Computer Hacking Computer pranks to freak out your friends and make them crying for mummy I've been posting many articles about computer pranks on this blog (Deadly Virus Prank, The Ultimate Virus, How to Create a Fake and Harmless Virus and Facebook Virus Prank). Today , I will show you 5 great computer pranks that will frustrate your victims very much.

Browse like Bond: Use any computer without leaving a trace with Tails - Gadgetbox on msnbc.com If James Bond logs on to a computer, he doesn't want to leave a bunch of files, cookies, or his IP address out there for someone to find. It might seem extreme, but sometimes it's a good idea to take the same precautions yourself. In this post, we'll walk through how to use a USB stick or DVD to anonymize, encrypt and hide everything you do on a computer no matter where you are. When we say "browse without leaving a trace", we truly mean it. DIY laser long-distance listening device Tap into your inner James Bond with a laser long-distance listening device. This DIY spyware will allow you to hear conversations from a distance -- without being spotted. No DIY espionage kit is complete without a long-distance listening device, and no DIY long-distance listening device is complete unless it uses a sweet laser in some form or fashion. If you agree with that statement, then you're in luck, because the following project will show how you can use a laser pointer to hear noises from hundreds of feet away (the distance will be relative to the strength of the laser). As with any tutorial or project that has the potential to be used illegally, we should warn you only to use this new-found knowledge for good, not bad.

Chapter 1. Hacker Slang and Hacker Culture This document is a collection of slang terms used by various subcultures of computer hackers. Though some technical material is included for background and flavor, it is not a technical dictionary; what we describe here is the language hackers use among themselves for fun, social communication, and technical debate. The ‘hacker culture’ is actually a loosely networked collection of subcultures that is nevertheless conscious of some important shared experiences, shared roots, and shared values. It has its own myths, heroes, villains, folk epics, in-jokes, taboos, and dreams. Because hackers as a group are particularly creative people who define themselves partly by rejection of ‘normal’ values and working habits, it has unusually rich and conscious traditions for an intentional culture less than 50 years old. As usual with slang, the special vocabulary of hackers helps hold places in the community and expresses shared values and experiences.

Google Search Operators The following table lists the search operators that work with each Google search service. Click on an operator to jump to its description — or, to read about all of the operators, simply scroll down and read all of this page. The following is an alphabetical list of the search operators. This list includes operators that are not officially supported by Google and not listed in Google’s online help. 5 Fun things To Do on School Computers - Dave Pagurek November 26th, 2010 I know it's been a while, but I'm reinstating my weekly blog post policy. This week will be about something I've wanted to write about for a while: School computers! They're just too easy to hack and do fun stuff with, especially because teachers are just so incompetent with technology sometimes. Anyway, tome for the top five! 1.

How to use Google for Hacking. Google serves almost 80 percent of all search queries on the Internet, proving itself as the most popular search engine. However Google makes it possible to reach not only the publicly available information resources, but also gives access to some of the most confidential information that should never have been revealed. In this post I will show how to use Google for exploiting security vulnerabilities within websites. The following are some of the hacks that can be accomplished using Google. Moshe Sipper, The Artificial Self-Replication Page - StumbleUpon ... living organisms are very complicated aggregations of elementary parts, and by any reasonable theory of probability or thermodynamics highly improbable. That they should occur in the world at all is a miracle of the first magnitude; the only thing which removes, or mitigates, this miracle is that they reproduce themselves. Therefore, if by any peculiar accident there should ever be one of them, from there on the rules of probability do not apply, and there will be many of them, at least if the milieu is reasonable. John von Neumann, Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata. In the late 1940's eminent mathematician and physicist John von Neumann had become interested in the question of whether a machine can self-replicate, that is, produce copies of itself.

Security Development Conference 2012 With the rapid evolution of cloud computing, mobile devices and other technologies, user data has become increasingly dependent on the security of software. The amount and types of data available for collection, analysis and dissemination have increased the importance of reducing the risk associated with protecting data. The second annual Security Development Conference will bring together some of the best and brightest information security professionals from a variety of industries.

NCEAS Informatics Program DataONE DataONE (Observation Network for Earth) is building cyberinfrastructure for open, persistent, robust, and secure access to well-described and easily discovered Earth observational data. Supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation, DataONE ensures preservation and access to multi-scale, multi-discipline, and multi-national science data. DataONE makes biological data available from the genome to the ecosystem; makes environmental data available from atmospheric, ecological, hydrological, and oceanographic sources; provides secure and long-term preservation and access; and engages scientists, land-managers, policy makers, students, educators, and the public. DataONE is a collaboration between NCEAS/UCSB, the University of New Mexico, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the California Digital Library, NESCent, and a number of other organizations.

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