USBHarpooning // BadUsb cable

I actually get to work with people who create these things. 

Check out this article:

The trio acted on an idea from Kevin Mitnick, who saw it put in practice by someone using the Twitter handle MG. He told Bleeping Computer that he asked MG if he could build a cable for him to use in a keynote speech to demonstrate new attack methods, but nothing happened.

Tenda support

To whom this may concern.

I've bought several AC 1200 Tenda's

Right now my topology is 1 main ISP router -- a Tenda Wireless bridge to that device.

And then off the main router -- another tenda client mode AP.

**Note how one is configured towards the wireless bridge. The other is a wireless CLIENT+AP

So the purpose of this email is to ask what's going on when I say:

I have a device 400 feet away connected to the wireless bridge. 

I'm 400 feet closer. -- Connected to the Wireless AP -- 
I go to -- 

**What's crazy is, i can see the device 400 feet away, when it's technically not even CONNECTED to this AP.

So what is going on? -- Are the devices hard coded to find -- AND THEN store & Forward?

or is it an actual routing table the way it should be? -- Because these devices ARE statically set? they're just not reading the IP Table?

I'm baffled.
Especially when i unplug the Wireless AP -- not the bridge. -- the internet get's "Hella" better.


Apple macOS vulnerability paves the way for system compromise with a single click

Tampering with two lines of code unveiled a serious bug which could lead to full system compromise.

Synthetic events are when attackers can virtually "click" objects in order to load code without user consent. If a threat actor is able to "click" a security prompt and load a kernel extension, this could lead to the full compromise of an operating system. -- Read more at the link above.

Here's a boost

I'm pulling 8.5Mbps from this picture. Check the red circle. I have my wifi router placed. And i'm picking WiFi from across the highway.

Kind of neat for 2018 if you ask me. No wireless repeating hubs. 1 wireless synchronization name.


Why do I need to reboot electronics?


Your router is the same: every reason rebooting a computer can solve problems applies. Just like on your computer, you’re not actually solving whatever is causing the router to crash, but you are allowing it to run properly again.

Sure, this doesn’t fix systematic problems, but it generally solves things in the short term.