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Bruce Barnett
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Grymoire: a wizards's book of knowledge and experience
Grymoire: a wizards's book of knowledge and experience

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I’ve always wanted to build a versatile Teensy-based device for use in physical security penetration testing. I’ve seen Irongeek’s device, and Mike Czumak’s dongle,  but neither of these had an SD card, and only had a 4 of 5 position DIP switch. I liked…
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New blog post. One of my clients wanted us to scan their web servers for confidential information.
#nmap #wget #exiftool #pdf
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Mike Ossmann looks at the Chaos Communication Camp Rad10 badge - based on the HackRF

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We found a cecropia moth by the garage - US's largest moth - about 6 inches wide. He seems sluggish by the recent cold snap.
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19 hours left to back this project. This is going to be a winner for #security researchers interested in embedded systems. The price of this system will increase when commercially available, so if you sign up now, you can keep the lower price.
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Here's a picture of the finished aluminum case. These hammond cases can be found for $19, and with some hand tools (needle files, center punch, hammer)  and a drill, you can make one.
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I purchased the "Getting Started with the Trinket" PDF from Make Magazine with their 50% off sale. The PDF was 270MBytes, more than a quarter of a Gigabyte! Yikes. This make things difficult sending the PDF to my Kindle. I used the following GhostScript command on my Linux system to reduce the size to a more manageable 21MBytes:

gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sOutputFile=GSW_Adafruit_Trinket.new.pdf GSW_Adafruit_Trinket.pdf

It seemed to work, but it complained about the PDF, saying it did not meet Adobe's specifications.
#trinket  #make
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Looks interesting. Being paranoid, I's recommend the option that comes with the programming jig (about $70 USD).
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I found a great case for my #HackRF and accessories. It was $10.50 from Amazon available here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002VPE1QG
It's just a little larger than my HackRF box, and it holds everything, and has a compartment for each piece.
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