14 Feb '13, 8pm

New post: Raspberry Pi as a plug-in hash harvester

New post: Raspberry Pi as a plug-in hash harvester

Plug in the power and Ethernet and this Raspberry Pi board will automatically collect Windows hashes from computers on the network. With a couple of RPi boards on hand [Travis] was searching for more hacks to try with them. This made a great little test to see how the board performs with the well established attack. To start he booted into the standard Raspbian distribution. From there he loads the Metasploit framework which brings most of the necessary tools into play. It uses the Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Protocol (WPAD ) to request hashes from any Windows machines listening on the network. Some version of the OS respond with LM hashes, others don’t. The importance of this and the particulars of using rainbow tables to crack the hashes is explained in this article on the subject . We wouldn’t mind having a little hardware hack that adds a couple of LEDs to the GPIO header...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/02/14/raspberry-pi-as-a-plug-in-...

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element14.com 13 Feb '13, 8pm

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Playing with the Minecraft API and a Raspberry Pi

Playing with the Minecraft API and a Raspberry Pi

hackaday.com 16 Feb '13, 12pm

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element14.com 16 Feb '13, 5pm

A few of us were discussing the processing power of all the new maker kits as well as what actually defines a single board...

Multibooting the Raspberry Pi

Multibooting the Raspberry Pi

hackaday.com 24 Feb '13, 1pm

Those of us have been dual booting Linux, Windows, and OS X operating systems for a while will be familiar with bootloader...

Have you seen the Giant Raspberry Pi we created...

element14.com 26 Feb '13, 3pm

In a few days we celebrate the 1st birthday of the Raspberry Pi and to kick off the celebrations, we presented Pete Lomas ...

The world’s biggest Raspberry Pi! RE-TWEET this...

element14.com 26 Feb '13, 2pm

In a few days we celebrate the 1st birthday of the Raspberry Pi and to kick off the celebrations, we presented Pete Lomas ...

New post: Rutabaga Hash Browns

New post: Rutabaga Hash Browns

mealsandmiles.com 16 Feb '13, 4am

I get lazy on the weekends, especially when it comes to cooking. Lately Derek and I have picked up a nasty habit eating ou...

Smaller Raspberry Pi costs under $25:

edn.com 04 Feb '13, 7pm

A smaller version of the Raspberry Pi computer built in the UK is driving the cost to under $25. element14 has announced t...

Raspberry Pi: Configuring the Android Debug Bridge (adb) from @element14:

Raspberry Pi: Configuring the Android Debug Bri...

element14.com 17 Feb '13, 10am

Two of my Androids connected via Android Debug Bridge on my Raspberry Pi The Android Debug Bridge When I got my Raspberry ...

Since I gave up sodas for lent, I came across a...

starbucks.com 16 Feb '13, 11pm

Nutritional information is calculated based on our standardized recipes. Because our beverages are handcrafted and may be ...

New lower cost Raspberry Pi goes on sale in Eur...

newelectronics.co.uk 04 Feb '13, 2pm

Available now to customers in Europe, the Model A is described as a 'stripped down' version of the Model B Raspberry Pi, w...

A new maker generation in progress! Check out raspberry pis and teach your kids how to love hardware!

A new maker generation in progress! Check out r...

eetimes.com 06 Feb '13, 6pm

have been using it to teach 6th and 8th (5 kids) graders basic python programming. it has good community support with plen...

20 Awesome Projects for Raspberry Pi Microcompu...

treehugger.com 05 Feb '13, 1pm

Raspberry Pi -- a tiny, stripped-down $35 computer -- hit the market just one year ago. Since then, almost one million hav...

Raspberry Pi goes low power and lower cost: The...

electronicsweekly.com 04 Feb '13, 1pm

A slimmed down version of the Raspberry Pi has been introduced with around half the power consumption and a lower price ta...