The other weekend I wrote some notes on how to quickly spin up an IPv6 test lab. The idea for this was to allow me to write a custom tool to enumerate hosts that respond to IPv6 neighbour discovery on my local network. I then wanted that tool to identify the corresponding IPv4 address for that host (if there is one). And finally, identify if the IPv6 address is… Continue reading

So after watching a talk at Defcon 23 about the Tracking Point rifle scope (When IoT Attacks: Hacking A Linux-Powered Rifle) I got interested and wanted to know what was in budget for some rifle hacking myself. What was identified in this talk was that it was possible to remotely change the point of impact of the bullet by adjusting the ballistic coefficient of the round within the… Continue reading

So I was on a locked down Linux system this week with the inability to import any tools and I had to prove that strings could be identified in memory of certain processes.

Fortunately CentOS was installed which had gdb along with it so I took to writing a script to automate this work for me. (I had to test the processes in a number of different scenarios)

Basically the… Continue reading

So I already have CCTV around the house and I was wondering just how cheaply I could add a few more cameras to my existing system using some webcams I have left over.

So the first thing you’ll need to do is set up a basic raspbian system, I wont cover the details of those steps as they are outlined in numerous other locations.

For reference this setup was built… Continue reading

So the only reason I use windows is due to needing to use IE with some app tests, the rest is done from BackTrack.

At the GlosLUG meeting last night someone mentioned an automated script for installing IE6 under wine so I thought I would give it a go.

IEs 4 Linux uses wine and downloads everything else thats needed from Microsoft so things work great.

The first thing you… Continue reading