'freebsd' Tag

  • Compiling inavd server on FreeBSD

    October 14, 2008

    Just a short post, working through some of the modules I received, I ran into the inav module. Turns out that inavd doesn’t compile very nicely on FreeBSD, so I patched it. Previously when trying to compile you get: c++ -ggdb -g3 -D INAV_VERSION= -c sniffer.cpp In file included from sniffer.cpp:34: /usr/include/netinet/ip.h:162: error: ‘n_long’ does […]

  • HeX 2.0, codename “Bonobo”, released!

    October 5, 2008

    After around 8 months of development, HeX 2.0, codename “Bonobo“, is released! HeX is a liveCD developed by the rawpacket team that is based on FreeBSD 7.0 and designed to be used for network security monitoring. There are a lot of new features and a lot of bugfixes that went into this release, but before […]

  • Flowtag FreeBSD port

    July 14, 2008

    I just finished up the FreeBSD port for Chris and Scholar’s flowtag. Flowtag is a neat tool for tagging network streams for collaboration and analysis. I’ve submitted the port to FreeBSD’s mailing list, so I’m hoping for upstream soon. In the meantime, you can download the port files on my miscellaneous page. In other news, […]

  • Get disass-cli working properly on OSX and Freebsd

    April 11, 2008

    I’ve been digging into the world of exploit writing lately, working on Defcon‘s previous year’s CTF qualification programs, I ran into Atlas’ presentation on “Kiddie to Hacker in 5 sleepless nights”, which talks about some of his mindset when he first got into binary exploitation. Atlas has written a tool call disass to aid in […]

  • Create a passive network tap for your home network

    February 22, 2008

    In my home network, I have a passive tap sitting between my cable modem and my router, instead of spending tons of money, I made my own. They’re surprisingly simple to make, and also extremely simple to use. Let’s start with the wiring, at a local electronics store, I purchased 4 RJ-45 wiring plugs, I […]

  • Hex 1.0.3 released!

    February 13, 2008

    We just released Hex 1.0.3, the Chinese New Year release, although it’s closer to the Valentine’s day release. Congratulations to all the Hex developers for fixing bugs and adding features! You can grab the iso here. [md5] [sha256] Or, grab the iso from the mirror. [md5] [sha256] Since Geek00l already covered a list of the […]

  • Switching from fluxbox to wmii on Hex

    January 30, 2008

    Don’t get me wrong, I love fluxbox, I just enjoy experimenting with other window managers and decided I’d finally try the daunting wmii (turns out, not very daunting at all). So, here’s a quick rundown on getting wmii working on Hex 1.0.3BETA (this will work on pretty much any other Hex 1.* release as well). […]

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