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Hacking and Security / Re: Hacking Printer to Print only Black
« Last post by Trogdor on Yesterday at 08:46:57 am »
I can't find the link where I originally saw it, however here is another link about it: https://discussions.tenable.com/thread/1333
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Hacking and Security / Re: Encrypting a flash drive
« Last post by Kulverstukas on Yesterday at 08:20:01 am »
Bump. Yesterday I bought a SanDisk Cruzer 8gb drive (metal case for durability), because my old personal SanDisk chinese version started to act stupid. The Cruzer had SanDisk SecureAccess software on the label and it was put on a drive as well. So I tried it out, and I have to say it's quite good. It encrypts your files with AES128 on the fly, but instead a making a hidden partition, it just makes a special folder where all your encrypted stuff is put. Of course everything (file operations) has to be done through the SecureAccess program, but that's not a big deal, since the interface is similar to TotalCommander. And having a folder instead of a hidden partition seems more reliable anyway. So I'll think I'll stick with official SanDisk software for now... USBSafeGuard seemed a bit slow encrypting files on the fly.
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Hacking and Security / Re: Hacking Printer to Print only Black
« Last post by chris1 on Yesterday at 07:31:37 am »
Sometimes vulnerability scanners such as nessus will cause printers to print black pages until it runs out of ink or paper.

Lol what? Could you provide a link or information backing this up pls.
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General discussion / Re: Ideas on "What to do first"
« Last post by chris1 on Yesterday at 07:30:15 am »
If you really need better guidance than what you can find in the stickies here then you are in the wrong place. If you read the stickies you would know not to ask such questions.


https://evilzone.org/hacking-and-security/where-to-start-with-hacking/

^ Good response... Basically says it all....
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Hacking and Security / Re: Hacking Printer to Print only Black
« Last post by proxx on Yesterday at 07:24:22 am »
Sometimes vulnerability scanners such as nessus will cause printers to print black pages until it runs out of ink or paper.
Show me evidence , I am skeptical about this.
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General discussion / Re: Ideas on "What to do first"
« Last post by 0pt1musPr1m3 on Yesterday at 05:29:59 am »
If you really need better guidance than what you can find in the stickies here then you are in the wrong place. If you read the stickies you would know not to ask such questions.


https://evilzone.org/hacking-and-security/where-to-start-with-hacking/
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General discussion / Re: Ideas on "What to do first"
« Last post by Trogdor on Yesterday at 02:59:11 am »
Cracking APs is a good place to start with hacking. Start with WEP before you try WPA/2. Attacking WPA is much more complicated and requires more steps than WEP. However, you must first learn about the different parts of wireless networking such as authentication, encryption, and the transfer of traffic to be effective at anything related to hacking. To start with hacking, you might want to download vmware and test various operating systems(LINUX). You might also want to look into Network Security Monitoring to help you with capturing data.
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General discussion / Ideas on "What to do first"
« Last post by Xj88 on Yesterday at 02:17:39 am »
After searching here, google, and messing around on my own I guess im confused as to what you all may suggest I start on first. I have a machine setup to dual boot windows 7 pro and backbox along with metasploit installed.

I started out by trying to crack local SSIDs that are using wpa2/psk with aircrack-ng and was unsuccesssful....

Perhaps you all can offer a better ideas as to where I should start...or what to "do first" to ease into things.

If it helps im interested in cracking passwords (much like I was attempting to with the WPA/WPA2 PSK crack), also interested in capturing data that goes over networks, etc...nothing really in particular...but I feel like I need better guidance as far as where to start.


thanks in advance for your help
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Hacking and Security / Re: Hacking Printer to Print only Black
« Last post by flowjob on July 06, 2015, 09:59:55 pm »
Assuming you're using windows, you'd need to write a virtual printer driver that converts every page sent to it to grayscale and then forwards the result to the real printer.
If you don't have any experience in programming (esp low-level), you'd be better off converting the images you want to print to grayscale manually...
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