Detect Your Friend's Devices with a NodeMCU MAC Address Sniffer [Tutorial]

How to Set Up a Friend Detector That Tracks Friendly Devices Full Tutorial: Subscribe to Null Byte: https://goo.gl/J6wEnH Kody’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/KodyKinzie MAC address randomization is a feature new smartphones have to help prevent tracking by third parties. However, it’s a fairly easy to defeat. Today, we’ll show you how to detect the signals smartphones use to connect to Wi-Fi networks via an ESP8266 NodeMCU and Friend Detector on this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab. Materials Needed: – NodeMCU: https:// – Breadboard: https:// – LED: https://

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6. Title Tag in HTML (Hindi)

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Discover & Attack Almost Any Raspberry Pi on a Network with Rpi-hunter

Scan & Attack Raspberry Pis with Default Login Credentials Full Tutorial: Subscribe to Null Byte: https://goo.gl/J6wEnH Kody’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/KodyKinzie One of the most common mistakes a person makes with a new device is failing to change any default passwords. This leaves that device vulnerable to attack. On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll show you a tool called rpi-hunter that can discover and attack any vulnerable Raspberry Pi on a network. While it’s meant for scanning a local network, if the Pis are connected to the internet, they’re fair game too. Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+: https:// Raspberry Pi Zero W: https://

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KICK THE BUDDY HACK! UNLIMITED MONEY & GOLD!

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Cross-Site Scripting Explained – Part 8: Javascript String Injection

Author: Jeremy Druin Twitter: @webpwnized Description: Exploiting XSS using injections which land in JavaScript strings is one of the more potent attacks. These are sometimes over looked since most injections land in HTML context rather than JavaScript strings. While not as common, injections landing in JavaScript strings should be patched quickly since injections can be performed without the need to inject HTML tags. The software used in the video is the OWASP Mutillidae II Web Pen-Test Practice Application. Mutillidae is available for download at Updates about Mutillidae are tweeted to @webpwnized along with annoucements about video releases. Thank you for watching. Please support this channel. Up vote, subscribe or even donate by clicking “S

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Solving CTF's with Hacking Methodology

Visit https://bugcrowd.com/jackktutorials to get started in your security research career! Remember to Like, Comment and Subscribe if you enjoyed the video! Also share if you know someone who would also like this video! Please disable Adblock to help me and other YouTubers out! Want to ask me a question? Post it on my forum thread here: – Every Saturday I do Ask Me! In this video I show you how to use the Hacking Methodology and solve CTF Challenges â-‚â-ƒâ-…â-†â-‡â-ˆ Resources used in this video â-ˆâ-‡â-†â-…â-ƒâ-‚ VulnHub – https:// Necromancer – https:// Explained! Hacking Methodology – https:// Practice Hacking Skills with CTF – https://

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You Won't Believe How MUCH Has Changed!

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LIVE CTF! PART 1! – CS50 on Twitch, EP. 46

Join CS50’s Nick Wong for a live demonstration of a CTF (short for “capture the flag”), a type of cryptosport in which individuals or teams seek to plant or find a virtual “flag”, typically a string, on a web server, often architected in advance. In this example, Nick and Colton explore a CTF set up by Stripe, with more to come! Tune in live on twitch.tv/cs50tv and be a part of the live chat. This is CS50 on Twitch.

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[243] What NOT To Do Master Lock! | Are Your Locks' Security Compromised?

Are Your Locks Secure? | A Cautionary Tale Link To Subscribe➜ https:// To be fair to Master Lock this video is not pointing at them directly (other manufactures are guilty as well), however, many of their products do have their codes stamped on them from traditional padlocks to even dial combination locks. In more modern Master Locks this practice is becoming more rare, but, this does spark an interesting conversation on convenience vs security. Often what is considered most convenient has its trade off on security. Some modern conveniences this video cautions on is having an identifying code stamped on the front of the lock, bitting codes stamped on the keys themselves, and why someone should not expose their keys publicly. As tec

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