Sunday, 22 September 2013

Aquaponics and the Black Soldier Fly


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Dennis talks about his adventures with aquaponics and the black soldier fly, which he uses to supplement the diet of his Tilapia.  This is a follow on from his talk at Software Freedom Day.   The Black Soldier Fly is very efficient at converting kitchen waste into protein,fat and calcium.

 


Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Morgan RepRap - Let's Talk Hack


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Quentin, the inventor of the Morgan Reprap 3d printer show cases his invention and talks about the design, what makes this RepRap different and how he recently won the Gada prize for personal interim manufacturing.

 


Wet Hacking - Let's Talk Hack


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James and Jon talks about their ventures into bio-hacking and their plans to make bio-luminiscent pot plants at House4Hack.

 


Friday, 29 March 2013

iOS Jailbreak : watch the outbreak - Let's Talk Hack


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Schalk HeunisToby KurienMixer: Guy van den Berg

 


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Watching the outbreak with James Chen a security consultant who has experience with iOS jail-breaking. James takes us behind the scenes of a recent iOS 6.x jail-break called evasi0n and he describes step-by-step how the software is able to exploit certain vulnerabilities and logic flaws in iOS to enable root access and the technical consequences and security risks of jailbreaking iOS devices.


Hacker News by Schalk



 


Locksport Leaderboard



  1. James Chen (Easy lock picked in 48s)

  2. Philip Booysen (Easy lock picked in 58s)




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Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Raspberry PI FM - Let's Talk Hack


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Recorded: 26 February 2013



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Schalk HeunisToby KurienTom van den Bon

 


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The guest for this show is Philip Booysen (@zer0tilt) and he hacked together a portable FM radio transmitter using a Raspberry PI and Arduino.
The core of the hack is based on the work done by the Imperial college hacking society, but he improved it to make it portable and added some hardware to set the transmit frequency and the buttons to start/stop transmission

 


Hacker News by Tom



 


Locksport Leaderboard



  1. Philip Booysen (Easy lock picked in 58s)




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Thursday, 31 January 2013

USB Reverse Engineering - Let's Talk Hack


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Schalk Heunis

Toby Kurien

Tom van den Bon


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This is the first show for Lets Talk Hack!

We spend some time with introductions of the hosts and the show concept. Toby takes us through some hacker news and then Tom presents the main feature: USB Reverse Engineering. We talk about the what and how of USB reverse engineering, briefly describe the process and then dig into the tools that are available for both Linux and Windows.

We end the show with a planned regular segment called, "Take a hack / Leave a hack"

Thanks for watching!

USB Reverse Engineering Resources


Some useful resources:

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