Category Archives: Security

Why didn’t I think of this, Skim Reaper

Basically its a tool that will read if 2 mag reader heads are in an ATM (thus a skimmer is in there) instead of just the 1. https://gizmodo.com/nypd-testing-skim-reaper-to-fight-credit-card-fraud-1825927938

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Card Reader for equipment

Nice build with an arduino to automate access to equipment. http://www.instructables.com/id/Card-Reading-Shop-Power-Switch/

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Interesting project that looks at IoT devices

Basically it monitors the devices for security and privacy issues.  Haven’t played with it myself yet. https://iot-inspector.princeton.edu/

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Adding smarts to your standard IP securing Camera

Interesting project, the author is using a raspberry pi in the middle to help detect what an object is. Enhancing my ordinary IP security cameras with AI

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Look at that, Wireshark can capture raw USB data now

You could do thru thru other means in the past, but having a nice visual method to do so is better. https://isc.sans.edu/diary/rss/23457

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Scary how much info FB has on you from your own phone

The article just touches on it, but another article shows how you can go and find out what Facebook has scarfed off your phone over the years. https://www.howtogeek.com/fyi/if-you-used-android-facebook-probably-has-years-of-your-phone-call-and-text-history/ And https://www.howtogeek.com/346197/ever-wonder-how-much-facebook-knows-about-you-here%E2%80%99s-how-to-see/

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Interesting firmware IETF’s drafts in the works

I know there are several groups that have working standards for managing and updating software on IoT devices, this is the first I have seen from a standards body that isn’t totally controlled by one company.  Thought the list of … Continue reading

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A simple water sentry

This is funny.  The author needed to get rid of some pesty deer eating his roses.  So he built a water blaster sentry (attached to hose for water ammo) to track and guard them.  I am surprised he didn’t used … Continue reading

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Dortbot, command line tool for Google Hacking (Dorking)

Looks pretty easy to use and can dump the results into JSON for parsing. dorkbot – Command-Line Tool For Google Dorking

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Need to get password creds from a wiretrace, use net-creds

Python script that parses a trace for passwords. net-creds – Sniff Passwords From Interface or PCAP File

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