Archive for July, 2005

WTH 2005: What The amazing Wiki

Sunday, July 31st, 2005

Wow, the wiki effect is really great at What The Hack, the side is fully stuffed with all kind of content related to all happenings here. Also flickr and eye feed do there work to get content proper order and distributed. Thanks to all writers. What The Hack Wiki

WTH 2005: Linux – Vserver

Sunday, July 31st, 2005

The Linux vserver project is an approach to enable the Linux kernel to handle virtual server instances on a single kernel. The process separation and recourse handling is almost done with the classic methods of capability separation trough different trust domains on a system. I was interested in the speech because I have to separate [...]

WTH 2005: What the rocket science.

Sunday, July 31st, 2005

Nerds are kids, and kids want to play, so a bunch of them just build a -wikipedia- hydrostatic rocket… With an 8 Bar compressor available!! What the rocket launch

WTH 2005: Spoofing Fingerprints within 10 minutes.

Saturday, July 30th, 2005

Nice speech that demonstrated how fast you can reproduce a valid fingerprint. 10 Years ago you had to do much more engineering for a proper copy than today. Demonstrating what the Chaos Computer Club also had done in this -nice video-. With modern equipment like a good digital camera, photoshop(gimp of coarse) and a laser [...]

WTH 2005: What The Phrack!

Friday, July 29th, 2005

The second print version of the famouse Phrack Magazine was released a few minutes ago! (remember me to write an article about group movment.) Phrack Magazine

WTH 2005: What The AWACS

Friday, July 29th, 2005

Wow we got spotted by an AWACS pioneer airplane. The observation aircraft made an near by overflight of the camp side a few minutes ago. I hope they got a nice screening of the area and put some digital images to our wiki. .) Photos anyone?

WTH 2005: Quantum Cryptography – An Introduction

Friday, July 29th, 2005

What The Quantum state? might be a good question when facing quantum tech stuff and I’m fascinated again, fascinated about the topic of quantum computing and cryptography applications of it. Like in 2003 Stepha talk was amazing, she presented the basic concepts of cryptography in an easy and interesting way, and showed up the extends [...]

WTH 2005: Magnetic Strip Tech

Friday, July 29th, 2005

The technique to use a magnetic strip to code some data on a card is wide spread and in use almost all over the world for different tasks. First of all credit cards build the largest field, but there are many other applications from bus tickets, time clocks, over to all kind of parking cards. [...]