New WiFi Pineapple; From Britain with Love!

Introduction Since approximately around the time of our posting Blue for the Pineapple (6 months ago). Hak5 Pineapple Team have disappeared underground to produce the new Mark 5 Pineapple. A customised board that is cheaper to produce and more easily affordable. The Mark 5 has 2x WiFi cards (Atheros 9331 & RTL8187 (famously known as an Alfa)), with SMA connectors. Twice the RAM & ROM (16MB & 64MB), with the…

Proxmark3 – Adding Ultralight Support

Introduction The Proxmark3 appeared to be missing Mifare Ultralight support.  The ability to identify Ultralight cards was present within the ‘hf 14a reader‘ command. However the facility to read and write cards was sadly missing. But no worries as the protocol and instruction set is essentially the same as Mifare Classic; the only difference is standard Ultralight cards do not need authentication, and encryption and the Block size is 4…

Gamby: Retro Style Gaming on Arduino

What is a GAMBY? Gamby – the Games for Arduino Made By You! When I’m personally not security testing, I like to chill out, play games, play with electronics kits, and usual stuff like family time.  I think its important to remember to leave work behind on the Friday, have some fun over the weekend, and resume the work life on Monday. Today, I received my Gameby kit after seeing…

IR Blue – Cheap Open Source Thermal Imaging

For those that missed it RHWorkshop started a Kickstarter project back in December 2012; to build an Open Source, Cheap and Affordable Thermal Imaging Camera, for use with Apple IOS or Android devices.  Thermal Imaging Cameras typically cost approximately $1,500USD,  this device costs $160USD (just over 10% of the value, compared to a professional piece of kit).