10 HACKING Tools You MUST Know About!

10 HACKING Tools You MUST Know About!

What Is It?

The YouTube video 10 HACKING Tools You MUST Know About! by the YouTube channel Naomi Brockwell: NBTV.

Here is the description for this video:

You may find a phone charger lying around, and not realize that it’s actually a nefarious computer itself.

I just got back from DefCon where I explored all kinds of hacking tools that are disguised as everyday items you might regularly use.

I go through 10 important hacking tools you NEED to know about, so that you can better protect yourself!

The takeaways:

Don’t borrow cords from strangers

Turn off Wi-Fi when you’re not using it

Don’t auto-join Wi-Fi networks

00:00 Intro

01:35 1. Rubber Ducky

02:08 2. OMG Cable

02:39 3. LAN Turtle

03:05 4. Bash Bunny

04:12 5. Key Crock

04:39 6. Screen Crab

05:04 7. Shark Jack

06:04 8. WiFi Pineapple

07:55 9. WiFi Pineapple Enterprise

08:18 10. WiFi Coconut

09:55 How To Protect Yourself

10:29 How To Tell If A Cable Is Malicious

Thanks to Darren Kitchen from Hak5 for showing us his gear!

Brought to you by NBTV members: Lee Rennie, Will Sandoval, and Naomi Brockwell

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Recommended Books:

Permanent Record – Edward Snowden

No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State – Glenn Greenwald

What has the government done to our money – Rothbard

Extreme Privacy – Michael Bazzel (The best privacy book I’ve ever read)

Naomi’s Privacy Bag: some of my favorite products to help protect your privacy!

Use the Brave browser!

USB-C to Ethernet adapter:

Faraday bag (signal stopping, to protect your fob, credit card, computer, and phone)

Data Blocker (if you’re charging your phone in an unknown port, use this so that no data is transferred)

Computer privacy screen (use your computer in public? Keep your information safe!

Choose the size right for your computer)

Phone privacy screen (don’t let people in public see your private data, choose the size for your phone)

Camera cover (for computers and phones, so no one can access your camera without you knowing)

Privacy Tip: Turn off your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when you’re not using them!!!