Flying a Drone with an Oculus Rift Controlling autonomous vehicles remotely with the use of virtual reality headsets seems like an obvious next step. Already, a few UAV companies have begun experimenting with these types of ideas by integrating Oculus Rift developer kits into their hovering quadcopters and drones. Parrot released a video on their blog showing that they developed a head-tracking system for their Bebop Drone in an effort to bring FPV flights to fruition. Wi-Fi Protected Setup Flaws Make Wireless Network Brute-force Attacks Feasible Design flaws in the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) wireless standard can make it easier for attackers to obtain access codes for secured wireless networks by brute force. The vulnerabilities identified by security researcher Stefan Viehbock affect a large number of WPS-enabled routers and wireless access points. The WPS standard was created in 2007 by the Wi-Fi Alliance in order to provide non-technical users with a simple method of setting up wireless networks. The standard supports several Wi-Fi authentication methods including one that requires pushing a physical button on the router and one that uses a predefined PIN number printed on a sticker by the device manufacturer. The PIN-based method is mandatory for WPS-certified devices, which support it by default.
Control Sysinternals Suite & NirSoft Utilities with a Single Interface Sysinternals and NirSoft both provide helpful utilities for your Windows system but may not be very convenient to access. Using the Windows System Control Center you can easily access everything through a single UI front end. Setup The first thing to do is set up three new folders in Program Files (or Program Files (x86) if you are using a 64bit system) with the following names (the first two need to exactly match what is shown here): Sysinternals SuiteNirSoft Utilities (create this folder only if you have any of these apps downloaded)Windows System Control Center (or WSCC depending on your preferences)
List of Rainbow Tables This page lists the rainbow tables we generated. LM rainbow tables speed up cracking of password hashes from Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating system. NTLM rainbow tables speed up cracking of password hashes from Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating system. MD5 and SHA1 rainbow tables speed up cracking of MD5 and SHA1 hashes, respectively.
The aircrack-ng Suite « Hacking With Kali Linux Posted by Hafeez Feeze | at 10:33 AM Disclaimer: I carried out this attack on my own network, all MAC Addresses and names have been faked. This tutorial is for learning purposes only and should not be used for any illegal activities. Source LINK Aircrack-ng is a suite of tools that allows you to monitor, gather packets, inject them and finally crack a networks key in order to gain access. Nearly all wireless networks now use WPA2 for security as you will see WEP security just wont meet the requirements any more. VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) & VTP Modes » Router Switch Blog What is a VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)? “VTP allows a network manager to configure a switch so that it will propagate VLAN configurations to other switches in the network” VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) is a Cisco proprietary Layer 2 messaging protocol that manages the addition, deletion, and renaming of VLANs for the Cisco Catalyst Switches in the same VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) domain. VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) enables Cisco Catalyst Switches to exchange and maintain consistent VLAN information amongst a group of Cisco Catalyst Switches. For example, information for the VLAN 50 defined in Cisco Catalyst Switch A is propagated via VTP updates to all other Cisco Catalyst Switches (Switches B, C and D) in the same VTP domain, the other Cisco Catalyst Switches B, C and D will all end up adding VLAN 50 in their local VLAN data base. VTP is available on most of the Cisco Catalyst Family products.
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Using CuHead WiFi Shield v2 on Arduino 1. Download the code from github ( 2. Rename the unzipped folder as cuhead, put it into the Arduino specified library file path (***/arduino/libraries) 3. Open example -> cuhead -> SimpleServer: HTG Explains: The Difference Between WEP, WPA, and WPA2 Wireless Encryption (and Why It Matters) Even if you know you need to secure your Wi-Fi network (and have already done so), you probably find all the encryption acronyms a little bit puzzling. Read on as we highlight the differences between encryption standards like WEP, WPA, and WPA2–and why it matters which acronym you slap on your home Wi-Fi network. What Does It Matter?