Kali Linux “NetHunter” — Turn Your Android Device into Hacking Weapons


Cant wait until it works on S5!!

Originally posted on vulnerablelife:

Kali Linux nethunter hacking tool download
The developers of one of the most advance open source operating system for penetration testing, ‘KALI Linux‘ have announced yesterday the release of a new Kali project, known as NetHunter, that runs on a Google Nexus device.
Kali Linux is an open source Debian-based operating system for penetration testing and forensics, which is maintained and funded by Offensive Security, a provider of world-class information security training and penetration testing services. It comes wrapped with a collection of penetration testing and network monitoring tools used for testing of software privacy and security.
After making its influence in hacker and security circles, Kali Linux has now been published with Kali Nethunter, a version of the security suite for Android devices. The tool is a mobile distribution designed to compromise systems via USB when installed and run on an Android phone.
Kali Linux NetHunter project provides much of the power…

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Bitcoin Mining: Race to Profit

On your mark, get set, go!

You now have about 30 days to get your glory, otherwise the difficulty increment will outrun your Terraminer IV, and the electricity costs will exceed what profit it can produce with it’s now measly but once massive 2000GH/sec.

Even if you run your Terraminer IV from a 3kW biofuel genset, and you made the biofuel from free waste, you might be able to double your time, but right now with a 15c/kW price and 5999 price tage, the Terraminer IV will break even at around 21-31 days, profit for about 110-120 days, and then it actually starts losing money after about 6 years.

Link to my simulation…

Rooting Nook Color

So my auntie gave my mom a lightly used nook color running 1.4.1, and I wanted to root it and get it to run jellybean or ics so she wouldn’t have to read her ebooks on her iphone. She didn’t want all the barnes and noble BS on top of the android system, and I had to strip it.

Nook Color Forum on XDA:





This was helpful to familiarize me with different methods including autonooter, but what I really wanted was to root it, remove the drm, and install a recovery so I could keep it backed up.


I ended up using a link I can’t find and I’ll post the best one here soon.

E46 Tablet Theory

Getting some ideas from these guys: http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=970971, http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=97097http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=446165http://m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=421032,

A) I already ruled out restoring to OEM state because it costs more than the new tech for the old tech and it’s a PIA to hack the old stuff.

B) I ruled out single and double din bezels, as the single and double din head units out there will be redundant when connected to my HK oem amp and trunk server, take up more power and space than necessary, and cost more than tablets to get one with all the features I want.

C) For my carputer, I settled on android front end with a linux backend. 4G, wifi, flash, high capacity, multimedia, etc. are all features I demand, and this is almost impossible to achieve using prefabricated parts with a rapid system startup and little delay without using a smartphone or a tablet, so that’s what I am going to do. At some point I will design my own chip that is future friendly, but until then, a standard library, and api, and library examples will be my development goal. By the time I am ready to experiment with DIY boards for the job, I will already have my E46 development platform in place, with a Linux development box hosting files and debugging the android smartphone in the dash behind the dynavin bezel as it interfaces with the steering wheel and dynavin bezel to achieve what the user desires.


v.1 Touch LCD

v.2 Touch LCD + USB Resler IBUS Steering Wheel interface

v.3 Touch LCD + USB Resler IBus Steering Wheel Interface + USB Sparkfun IOIO to Dynavin Faceplate

Android 4+ Smartphone with 4G+Wifi+SD Card connected via USB to trunk mounted server

I already have plenty of ATX and ITX boxes that would fit in the trunk and push audio, gps, and video to a Xenarc monitor in a bezel. I want to do a tablet up front connected via usb to a linux system in the trunk. I want to wire the 4g tablet up front to the oem faceplate of the knockoff dynavin so I can eventually tether the linux box to the tablet, or tether both tablet and linux box to my phone in the meantime for proof of concept. By the end of it, the old knockoff dynavin will have been cannibalized and turned into an analog interface for the tablet, so that the steering wheel and the old dynavin faceplate trigger volume, track, and mode changes on the tablet. Specifically the R/T button needs to switch between whatever A/V program is open and phone app or skype depending on whether APNs are present.