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Find Almost Anything Online At Defcon 21, Hak5 1425.2 - Canada Network Security
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Hak5 goes to the 2013 Defcon 21 in Las Vegas to check out the distributed file system, and communications rings. All that and more this time on Hak5! Shodan …

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16 Responses to Find Almost Anything Online At Defcon 21, Hak5 1425.2

  1. Rosa Izidio says:

    Little talk with the creator of Security through obscurity
    seems to be the primary method of device security with internet
    connectivity. Who knew Telnet was still so popular?

  2. John Matherly says:

    Hak5 interviewed me at Defcon 21 #Defcon #Shodan #Hak5

  3. Greg Wills says:

    Little talk with the creator of Security through obscurity
    seems to be the primary method of device security with internet
    connectivity. Who knew Telnet was still so popular?

  4. Greg Wills says:

    Little talk with the creator of Security through obscurity
    seems to be the primary method of device security with internet
    connectivity. Who knew Telnet was still so popular?

  5. Indigo Anon says:

    worse than TORs open port in virginia that ends up at a building with 3
    letters?

  6. unholylel says:

    finally Hak5 interviews John ;O

  7. John Lewis says:

    Nothing new, there. Shodan’s been around, a while.

  8. V4VOLUNTARYISM says:

    How about the NSA’s New site XKeyscore???

  9. Nathan Liknes says:

    all the oil fields out here in alberta are still telnet, and installing new
    ones everyday unfortunately

  10. mAnGEkYou IsKo says:

    wow

  11. alagnium says:

    Thanks for the explanation of Shodan… Finally !! 🙂

  12. Indigo Anon says:

    leet thanks uploader

  13. EmancipatedSquirrel says:

    It would be nice if his scan logs could just be downloaded…

  14. Pontus Welin says:

    This episode (all three parts) is my favorite so far. Really interesting
    interviews.

  15. 18iser says:

    my country only has 1 scada system and it is not accessible 🙁

  16. Joe Blow says:

    Interesting.

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