Interesting research from Elcomsoft, using the parallel processing capacity of graphics cards to speed up the password cracking process. Pretty inventive thinking, as graphics cards get more and more powerful, and they are created to do massive parallel tasks for all the latest and greatest games, why not apply it to password cracking! A technique […]
Tag Archive | "Hardware Hacking"
The scariest type of all, hardware vulnerabilities. Security guru and creator of OpenBSD Theo de Raadt recently announced he had found some fairly serious bugs in the hardware architecture of Intel Core 2 Duo processors. He goes as far as saying avoid buying a C2D processor until these problems are fixed. A prominent software developer […]
This is a bit of hacking in the original sense of the word, taking a $60 router and giving it the capabilities of something costing in the hundreds or thousands (enterprise level). Of all the great DIY projects at this year’s Maker Faire, the one project that really caught my eye involved converting a regular […]
This is old news to those who already knows about it (Found out about it last year and tested it till now). But i just had to try it before actually posting it up. Do you get tired of being in an elevator and someone else gets on every other floor in between the floors […]
OWC (Other World Computing) is a great site for buying parts for the mac. Their prices are quite cheap if you compare prices with stores in asia. Two days back (21/2/06) they got their hands on a Macbook Pro, which they received at 10:30pm and managed to take it all apart by 1.30pm. Pictures are […]