Lan Turtle

Introduction: What’s LAN Turtle? The LAN Turtle is a covert Systems Administration and Pentesting tool providing stealth remote access, network intelligence gathering, and MiTM (man-in-the-middle) surveillance capabilities through a simple graphic shell. Available models: LAN Turtle Classic LAN Turtle SD (Storage expansion via Micro SD, capture packets, exfiltrate data) LAN Turtle 3G (Unclocked world-band 3G […]

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Wifi Pineapple

Introduction: What’s WiFi Pineapple? The WiFi Pineapple NANO and TETRA are the 6th generation auditing platforms for wireless networks invented by Darren Kitchen, the founder of Hak5. Pineapple looks similar to a typical access point (AP) but is loaded with a custom OS, called PineAP. It’s developed for mobile and persistent deployments, therefore it’s able to interface with hundreds […]

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Keylogger

A keylogger, sometimes called a keystroke logger or system monitor, is a type of surveillance technology used to monitor and record each keystroke typed on a specific computer’s keyboard. Keylogger software is also available for use on smartphones, such as the Apple iPhone and Android devices. Keyloggers are often used as a spyware tool by cybercriminals to steal personally […]

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Arduino

Hacking Arduino: Extending and Developing it Arduino is designed to be easily extensible, being based on standard and powerful components. This section of the site includes information on how Arduino works and ways you can extend it. Software Writing an Example: writing clear Arduino examples that can be read by beginners and advanced users alike. […]

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Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is the name of a series of single-board computers made by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a UK charity that aims to educate people in computing and create easier access to computing education. The Raspberry Pi launched in 2012, and there have been several iterations and variations released since then. The original Pi had a […]

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3D Printing

3D printing is also called additive manufacturing. This term accurately describes how this technology works to create objects. “Additive” refers to the successive addition of thin layers between 16 to 180 microns or more to create an object. In fact, all 3D printing technologies are similar, as they construct an object layer by layer to create complex shapes. How does […]

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Cloud

Cloud computing has become the ideal way to deliver enterprise applications—and the preferred solution for companies extending their infrastructure or launching new innovations Cloud computing has two meanings. The most common refers to running workloads remotely over the internet in a commercial provider’s data center, also known as the “public cloud” model. Popular public cloud […]

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Air Cars

Gasoline is already the fuel of the past. It might not seem that way as you fill up on your way to work, but the petroleum used to make it is gradually running out. It also pollutes air that’s becoming increasingly unhealthy to breathe, and people no longer want to pay the high prices that […]

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Paper Battery

A paper battery is a thin, flexible energy production and storage device that is formed by combining carbon nanotubes with a conventional sheet of cellulose-based paper. In addition to being disposable, paper batteries may be folded, cut or otherwise shaped for different applications without any loss of integrity or efficiency. As sensors are increasingly being embedded in everyday objects, there has […]

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Gene Editing

Gene editing, the ability to make highly specific changes in the DNA sequence of a living organism, essentially customizing its genetic makeup. Gene editing is performed using enzymes, particularly nucleases that have been engineered to target a specific DNA sequence, where they introduce cuts into the DNA strands, enabling the removal of existing DNA and the insertion of replacement DNA. […]

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