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  1. Don't be a software <a href="http://www.edellis.net/images/b3ta-gallery/geoduck-jockey-lrg.jpg">jockey</a>and throw hardware problems due to crappy coding. Send us emails. Ratchet drops his docs, and buys a house. The new <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_.NET">.NET</a> was released around Mid-November. Microsoft has hired an evangelist to keep your head from spinning. Ntheory will sacrifice his life for the stream. Discussion between managed and unmanaged code. Unmanaged code will let you get functionality in your device. ntheory crashed the new .NET 2-3 time, and helped fix their own code. Ratchet prefers to document code bottom-top. Editing code with .NET makes it rough on the moist toilettes. .NET is on it's way out but C# should always be in need.

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  2. The BRR listener <a href="http://www.frappr.com/BinaryRevolutionRadioListeners">map</a> continues to grow. Any artists out there want to come up with some new Holiday music. An email from Agent Gill. Don't call in regarding any sort of politics; <a href="http://www.indcjournal.com/archives/mackey.jpg">Mmmkay</a>! Strom is still working on getting a toll free line so that our UK listeners don't foot the bill. Some discussion about <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFID">RFID</a>. Read up on the Exxon-Mobile SpeedPass</a>. Best Buy is pretty generous with the return policy if you have a warranty, but they do ask a few questions; not that it matters. If you're having trouble with your WiFi card dropping signal to your AP; then just buy more network cable.

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  3. droops is spending "quality" time with his hot wife, and lowtek_mystik joins the show. Demonstration of the vicious beeping of death. Be sure to check out Ninja Night School</a>. BlackRatchet loses a bet; thus having to appear on webcam in <a href="http://www.artistelibrejydolisi.com/images/Chaps/chaps_dos_detail.jpg">chaps</a>. Kn1ghtl0rd will be speaking at <a href="http://www.notacon.org/speakers.html#kn1ghtl0rd">NOTACON</a> as well as other Binary Revolution members. Basic explanation on how the BRR call ins work. Strom may be looking into doing a <a href="http://twatech.org/index.php">TWAT</a> soon.Check out <a href="http://audacity.sourceforge.net/">Audacity</a> for an audio editor and recording program. Don't be afraid to mess up doing a pre-recorded show. Check out <a href="http://joshinjapan.com/">Josh in Japan</a>. If you don't have a good connection; don't try and shout out your site, resistance is futile. Strom will be speaking at <a href="http://layerone.info/">LayerOne</a>. Always be sure to listen to <a href=http://podcastincubator.com/index.php">Podcast Incubator</a>.

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  4. Dr^Zigman has developed a new email theme. Shoulder surfing store operating systems. Open invite to break Dr^Zigman's search engine. Read about the old BITNET</a> network. HoundDawg is not an a leash, and will <a href="http://img1.travelblog.org/Photos/2769/12592/t/53680-Poopie-humping-my-leg-1.jpg">hump</a>your leg. IRC was created for pr0n, wareZ, and .mp3's. Some history of some of the early networks that were around before IRC. Rundown on some IRC commands</a>, and Op</a> controls. IRC has a built in scripting language and thousands of add ins. Check out #linux, #infonomicon on freenode, #binrev on Dalnet.

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  5. Irongeek writes in with a good email about <a href="http://www.freebasic.net/">Free Basic</a>, <a href="http://basic.mindteq.com/">Basic compilers</a>, and WiFi different modes. A Verizon store employee stopped working for NotTheory, and hosed him to their Data Support. Brief history of Amateur radio. The HAM license test is not entirely hard, but if you don't use it; you lose it. Ratchet used to hear the MIR station with his radio. There are legal issues you may need to look into for your area. You can't curse, play music, encrypt your signal without posting your PGP. Bit of advice, listen for a bit before you begin broadcasting. Good manuals to study with are from the <a href="http://www.w5yi.org/catalog.php?sort=4">W5YI Group</a>. Interested in taking your <a href="http://www.hamtestonline.com/">HAM test</a>?

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  6. BRR now has a new call in number for live show,1-888-9-BINREV (246738). KyleL informs us about getting people's docs through Progessive Insurance. BinRev has been listed as a 31337 h4x0r site, pjeer. Elf calls in with a question about step switches, and other telco related topics. Ladies should begin stalking Irongeek. A new Live CD is out, and help keeps you anonymous. <a href="http://www.interz0ne.com/iz5/index.php">Interz0ne</a>,and <a href=http://www.notacon.org/">Notacon</a> are coming up within the next few months. Strom begins twitching over an email, and trouble with the mute button. Question about BPL (Broadband Over Power Lines); the future of BPL. djmollusk reminds us about the DPP/BR logo <a href="http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=18048">contest</a>. Submit pay phone numbers to <a href="http://bellsmind.net/">Bells Mind</a> and <a href="http://www.yapl.org">YAPL</a>.

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  7. Dionized water isn't conductive, but don't stick your hand in there. We have more pad puns than "Airplane". New acronyms are created that love to FUX. A request for any lawyers out there that would like to be on the show to answer questions. Battle of the <a href="http://www.webelements.com/">periodic tables</a>. BlackRatchet plans on "ricing" out the next phone he gets. Be prepared to lay down about $350 or so on a high tech phone. SPAM with commercial email?? Dr^Zigman is twitching to get his search engine online, and dares for hackers to break it. The astronauts at the ISS have thrown out a <a href="http://tinyurl.com/bkuvv/">device</a> for anyone to pick up the frequency. mIRC is the most widely used chat client, but there are many others out there for free use. IRC has a great learning curve. XChat is out there and is compatible with almost every platform. BR gets hounded about the code for "HoundDawg".

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  8. Mark Spencer and crew join from the <a href="http://www.digium.com/en/index.php">Digium</a> conference room. To our UK listeners, we have a call in number +0845-646-0102. What's your favorite cellphone? Question about the coolest hack using Asterisk. Mark has some new Allison Smith recordings, and loves <a href="http://www.bondageball.com/index2.html">pain</a>. Strom has been playing with a logic analyzer and smart cards. Getting wild on the <a href="http://markocam.com/">webcam</a>. <a href="http://www.marko.net/cheops/">Cheops</a> is a NUI(network user interface) that will get a range of IP addresses, and identify them with icons based on the OS. Please press '7'. Challenge to listeners: come up with an expletive alphabet.

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  9. BlackRatchet is off to cover the olympics and Richard (Subzero1037) joins the show. A check on Dr^Zigman's love life. Richard is working on starting up a new conference. Some difficulty with the phones. A background of what <ahref="http://www.geekloveradio.com/">Geek Love Radio</a> is all about. Girls do like geeks, but it may take them time to come around. Discussion on left brain vs right brain, and how that plays into meeting new people. Contrary on how <a href="http://staff.washington.edu/leigh/cartoons/image/beer_goggles3.jpg">beer goggles</a> enhances looks; a bar is not a place to meet someone if your looking for a relationship. Myspace could be a great way to meet people, but be <ahref="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ_dam5DmsM">careful</a> who you meet in real life from myspace. Be nice to the fat and ugly girls; they will get you dates later on with their hot friend. Pre-register for <a href="http://layerone.info/">layer one</a>.

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  10. <p>Blackratchet blue boxes the Italian phone company and delivers alive report from the Olympics. Natas breaks his live binrev cherry. <a href="http://media.g4techtv.com/images/prod/batboy.jpg"target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">Kevin Rose</a> of <a href="http://www.digg.com" target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">www.digg.com</a> decided to nuke <a href="http://www.digg.de" target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">www.digg.de</a> <a href="http://www.jabbertech.com/archives/143" target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">(more on this)</a>. <a href="http://www.blackratchet.org/etc/welshrarebit.jpg" target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">Geek girls</a> want <a href="http://www.completeevil.com/geek.html" target="_blank">geek guys</a>, but <a href="http://cs.wheatoncollege.edu/pathways/humor/GuideToGeekGirls.html"target="_blank">geek guys</a> have to high of standards. Linux on cellphones, 2005 is the <a href="http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1765103,00.asp"target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">year!</a>  Or maybe <a href="http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT9423084269.html" target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">not</a>. Kevin Mitnick is annoying on messenger,  <a href="http://www.bobricci.com/sbm.htm"target="_blank">Natas is too 1337</a>. The secret password is dogballs. Verizon <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EVDO"target="_blank">EVDO</a> Has blocked VOIP, Downloading,Uploading,  Games, and peer to peer. <a href="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/12/05/uspto_rejects_ntp_patent/"target="_blank">RIM vs NTP</a>, the grudge match. NTP Turns down450 million dollars</a>, because they don't like napkins. Paris Hilton's got a blackberry again. Cellphone grunge match, ddp style. <a href="http://www.elise.com/recipes/archives/001025blackberry_muffins.php"target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> Blackberry muffins for Friday.</a><br></p><p>Site of the week - <a href="http://www.streetwars.net"target="_blank" forbidden="returntop.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">www.streetwars.net</a><br></p>

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  11. <p><a href="http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS7558035858.html" target="_blank">Linux phones made in china</a>. Natas bounces in via satellite, <a href="http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=29911"target="_blank">Judge waits on RIM vs NTP decision</a>. Binrev listeners like shemale porn. Next week is <a href="http://www.slate.com/id/73797/" target="_blank">dead hooker voice mail</a> week, thanks to voice mail. <a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=6618407722&rd=1&sspagename=STRK:MESE:IT&rd=1"target="_blank">Kevin Rose</a> denies suing <a href="http://www.yigg.de/" target="_blank">Digg.de/Yigg.de</a>. Wiretapping international Voip phone calls is unrealistic if IP traffic. <a href="http://www.blagblagblag.org/BLASTERISK/" target="_blank">Blasterix lets you control Steve's computer.</a> <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinfoil_hat" target="_blank">Tinfoil hats</a> <a href="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/11/11/tinfoil_hats_as_government_plot/"target="_blank">amplify bad radiation</a><a href="http://eclectech.co.uk/mindcontrol.php" target="_blank">into your brain</a>. <a href="http://www.stromcarlson.com/"target="_blank">Strom Carlson</a> exposes a vulnerability in the FedEx express pay card</a>. <a href="http://news.com.com/FedEx+Kinkos+payment+card+cracked/2100-7355_3-6045389.html?type=pt"target="_blank">FedEX Denies that this is possible</a>. DirectTV hacks the Tivo, and releases it as their own. <a href="http://tivohme.sourceforge.net/" target="_blank">HME</a> can be turned into <a href="http://www.downhillbattle.org/itunes/"target="_blank">iTunes</a> <a href="http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Audio/AudioFaucet.shtml"target="_blank">for your tivo</a>. JavaHMO</a>lets you add features to your Tivo. Tivo now burns DVDs. Java was made for your dishwasher. Tivo can support wireless networks. #Binrev has moved to <a href="irc://irc.binrev.net">irc.binrev.net</a>. Voicemail number = 888-9BINREV<br></p><p>Site of the week - <a href="http://www.tivotechies.com/"target="_blank">Tivotechies.com</a><br>

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  12. Strom and BlackRatchet really enjoy it when you send chain letters to BRR. Email about archiving BinRevRadio, but you can directory traverse everything pretty easily. Email about Cryptography on the show. Check out Episodes <a href="http://www.binrev.com/radio/archive/binrev078.mp3">78</a>and <a href="http://www.binrev.com/radio/archive/binrev099.mp3">99</a>. Rope/laces vs Velcro. Talk about the licenses dealing with radio and the FCC. The FCC doesn't really go after the pirate radio stations if you control it the right way. Building a radio station is not as difficult as many think. It's possible to have contact with the international space station. <a href="http://www.interz0ne.com/">Interz0ne</a> is coming up, several DDP members will be attending.

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  13. Show goes off topic quickly with the archives and lube. Strom swears to update the archives in a more timely manner. Discussion about hard drive space. Beave gets called out on the air. <a href="http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/">Bart PE</a> is a stripped down version of Windows that acts as a livecd. Beave has been working on his <a href="http://www.softwink.com/iwar/">iWar project</a>. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeypot_%28computing%29">Honeypot</a> was coined from <a href="http://www.fantasiescometrue.com/PINS/PINSIMAGES/poohhpotpin.jpg">"Winnie the Pooh"</a>. <a href="http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/">UML</a> is a safe way to help secure your Linux box. It doesn't take long to have a honeypot set up; Check out the <a href="http://packages.debian.org/unstable/misc/user-mode-linux">Debian kernel</a>. A few questions regarding exploits, vulnerabilities, and SSH. You may want to create your own image for your honeypot to target certain exploits that interest you.

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  14. The UK call in line should be up and running @ 0-845-646-0102. <a href="http://www.blacklisted411.net/">Blacklisted411</a> magazine is out in bookstores. Some reminiscing on the old days of Compuserve and AOL. If you would like to make some quick cash; contact Mamook and he will give you $30 million. Droops has been working on Slax lately, and getting it to work with an Asterisk module. Strom solved his problems with a Symlink. Dr^Zigman and Droops describe their exciting trip to <a href="http://www.interz0ne.com/">Interz0ne</a>. Discussion on some of the talks presented at Defcon. StankDawg risks life and limb for his food, and Droops has pictures of Stank covered in strawberries. Check out the new show <a href="http://www.hacktv.org/">HackTV Underground</a>.

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  15. When bad servers attack, BlackRatchet explains his troubles connecting to Stroms computer, An explanation of Murphy's law, Toll free number now routes to the correct places if someone calls during the show it routes to Dr. Zigman if someone calls any other time it routes to voicemail, Free world dialup number at 758103 The UK call in number has been verified as working, Zigman is getting close to finishing his search engine, email about <a href="http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2005/10/polyphasic-sleep/">polyphasic sleep</a>, BR rants about his Data mining experiences, explanation of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bioinformatics">Bioinformatics</a>, DNA sequencing and genetic mapping @ <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/">Genbank</a>, <a href="http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2002/01/02/bioinf.html">Perl</a> and Python used in gene sequencing, bioinfomatics tools <a href="http://www.vigyaancd.org/">vigyaan cd</a>, some serious hardware used Bigben, hp alpha clusters, <a href="http://chemfinder.cambridgesoft.com/">chemfinder</a>, good resource for lab writeups, Layer 1 and Notacon coming up soon

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  16. DDP hack radio server doesn't adjust to daylight savings time so no live show this week, BR explains his love of overcast weather, Strom is a sunshine kinda guy, problems with new channel on freenode binrev gets evicted from freenode channel moved back to dalnet, plot yourself on the <a href="http://www.frappr.com/binaryrevolutionradiolisteners">BRR listener Frapper map</a>, Research for UK listeners on when the UK first used it monetary system Email about buffer and stack overflows BR explains stack overflows extensively, a payphone booth found in the woods in Canada, <a href="http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/genmen/index.hts">consult the fcc</a> to find out who owns a communication tower, BR tells about his trip to linux world and his print button woes the gentoo booth catches on fire, <a href="http://store.asteriskmall.com/asinso.html">Asterisk rack mount</a>, BR chatted with the <a href="http://tllts.org/">TTLS</a> guys should be on the next episode of TTLS, BR defines “Jizz Mopping” as malware spyware removal, droops maintains a host file that prevents adware, <a href="http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/index.php">nice site for spyware removal</a> including hijackthis and startuplist and cwshredder and <a href="http://www.spybot.info/">spybot search and destroy</a> and <a href="http://www.lavasoftusa.com/software/adaware/">Ad-Aware</a> are two others, <a href="http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/">BartPE</a> gets rid of spyware that can't be removed by creating a bootable cd of your system

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  17. Strom's “supercomputer” fails to stream the show, Ponyboy and Kn1ghtlord both presented at Notacon, bellcore and binrev email accounts are being spammed, if interested in phishing check out <a href="http://www.binrev.com/radio/archive.php?viewid=125">BRR episode 125</a>, update on the pay phone in the woods, check out <a href="http://www.bellcoreradio.net">Bellcore Radio</a>, <a href="http://deuceofclubs.com/moj/mojave.htm">Mojave payphone</a>, email about last weeks show mention tools such as <a href="http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html">spywareblaster</a>, <a href="http://www.tenebril.com/consumer/spyware/spycatcher-express.php">spycatcher</a> ,<a href="http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/spyware/software/default.mspx">Windows Defender</a>, <a href="http://www.hitmanpro.nl/hitmanpro/">Hitman Pro</a>, Email about UK challenge answering question about UK monetary system, an explanation of the UK phone system, <a href="http://www.bcad.org/ClientDB/PropertySearch.aspx?cid=1">property taxes</a> Kn1ghtlord's new hobby lock picking, Ponyboy's urban exploration experience, BR is still Data mining, Kn1ghtlord and Ponyboy's notacon stories, droops lowtek and irongeek crashed at kn1ghtlord's house a couple of days before the con, there is no 13th floor in the hotel, Ponyboy's presentation was on the history of telecommunications, Kn1ghtlord's presentation was on Sonicwall, droops presented making your own linux live cd's, irongeek presented network printer hacking and <a href="http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/notacon2006printerhacking">his presentation is up</a>, hackermedia panel on last day of con, irongeek droops lowtek and kn1ghtlord modded an airsoft gun Jason Scott presented History of podcasting, computer geeks don't have good hygiene according to BR, a few incidents happened at notacon including cars being broken into and theft, Notacon radio running <a href="http://slast.org/">slasterisk</a> for call in line fm transmission and a live Internet stream.

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  18. It seems to be hard to find a show every week and even harder to record a show, check out droops' site <a href="http://www.infonomicon.org">infonomicon.org</a>, droops' words of wisdom on how to record a internet radio show he suggests recording series of shows. <a href="http://www.twatech.org">twatech.org</a> is looking for more hosts. If you need hosting for a radio show check out podcast incubator, come over to #Infonomicon on freenode, droops went to <a href="http://www.notacon.org/">Notacon</a>, droops is having a baby, setting up <a href ="http://www.edubuntu.org/">edubuntu</a> boxes, 100th episode of twat this week with a special guest, <a href="http://www.hackermedia.org">hackermedia.org</a> has a new look, droops rants about working as a community, infonomicon computer club is building <a href="http://podcastincubator.com/slax/">podcast fertilizer</a> and <a href="http://slast.org/">slasterisk </a> , slasterisk is very easy to use and configure, you need <a href="http://www.slax.org/">slax linux</a> and a process emulator such as <a href="http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/">qemu</a> if you don't want to burn a cd, build your own live cd from existing system with <a href="http://www.linux-live.org/">linux live scripts</a>, you can find droops' presentation from notocon at infonomicon.org, linux from scratch modify boot settings and other cool stuff, slax doesn't have frame buffer enabled by default. Linux live scripts need squashfs and unionfs to work correctly

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  19. Giant thank you to droops for taking over the show last week, an explanation of heap overflows <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Shellcoders-Handbook-Discovering-Exploiting-Security/dp/0764544683"> Shellcoders handbook </a> is a good reference, BR is a trekkie and has a klingon to english dictionary, BR's advice to would-be Internet radio jockies, sweden has some insane connection speeds <a href="http://www.bredband.com/wps/portal">sweden isp</a>, supposed <a href="http://www.newnetworks.com/Scandalreslease13006.htm"> tax break </a> for isp customers, Zigman wrote his own shell, check out the <a href="http://www.digitaldawgpound.org">DDP blawg</a>, BR was published in 2600 and speaking at HOPE , the original irc daemon was <a href ="http://www.nic.funet.fi/~irc/server/">ircd </a>, the first major spilt was to develop fnet, Undernet split from the original irc daemon, Dalnet split from undernet, commerical <a href="http://webmaster.com/main.htm"> irc </a> server, binrev uses <a href ="http://www.anope.org/"> anope </a> for opserv, there are two daemons running the actual server and the service daemon, you cannot link different irc daemons, stop by #binrev on binrev.net

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  20. infrared cameras are cool, BR and Not Theory talk about expensive toys, canopies on jets are very expensive, email about irc bots and nmap, new zombie botnet out using encryption, BR is not a desktop search tool fan, Not Theory is a fan of <a href="http://toolbar.live.com/?mkt=en-us">Microsoft's desktop search </a>, BR rants about return receipts, Not Theory never has any free time, for those who are nostalgic for long url's check out <a href="http://www.hugeurl.com">hugeurl.com</a> BR doesn't have any free time either, Not Theory buys a lot of cell phones, the Trio has problems according to Not Theory, Not Theory recommends <a href="http://www.junefabrics.com/palmnet/">Pdanet </a> for the Treo, <a href="http://www.rubyonrails.org/">Ruby on Rails </a> is a web application framework developed in ruby, check out ruby on rails <a href="http://www.rubyonrails.org/screencasts"> screencast </a> , rails isn't smart enough to understand relationships between tables, rails doesn't play well with anyone not even itself, rails has no manual, rails has a lot of rules which are undocumented, running a rails app on apache is a challenge, rails develops things quickly but is a pain with no documentation Hope and Defcon are coming up, <a href="http://www.carolinacon.org/"> Carolinacon </a> is coming up in June as well

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  21. Stank is nothing but an AI algorithm, Asterisk Gentoo and Ipods again, Email about <a href="http://ppc6700users.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=37">ppc6700 registry hacks</a>, EvDo network gets pretty fast network speeds, Stank's mini review of the <a href="http://www.palm.com/us/products/smartphones/treo700w/">Treo 700w</a>, Follow up email on database support for <a href="http://wiki.rubyonrails.com/rails/pages/DatabaseDrivers">ruby on rails</a>, Stank has moved, has no free time and lives in an igloo, message of the day is: "hacking is suppose to be fun!", BR has been printing a lot somewhere in the range of 10,000 pages, topic was inspired by the attacks from the internet at large on the binrev servers, exploit has been released for invision boards, Stank took the forums down only as a precaution the forums were recently patched and the exploit wouldn't have worked anyway, is commercial software or open source software inherently more secure?, update and patch all software that is running on the box, minimize all the points of attack only have services that you need running on the box, control panels are used to keep a webserver updated such as <a href="http://www.cpanel.net/index.html">cpanel</a> and <a href="http://www.webmin.com/">webmin</a>, also look for shell access when looking for a good web host, control panel software also has to be updated, BR is taking a break from the show and getting married, Stank will be taking over for the rest of season 3, Stank is thinking of doing a format change for the next season of the show.

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  22. Stank is back wrapping up season 3, check out <a href="http://www.memestreams.net/topics/">memestreams.net</a>, Email about <a href="http://www.honolulu.gov/csd/publiccom/honnews06/thecityannounceswifionthebuspilotproject.htm">wifi on the bus</a>, industrial strength Degousing, file shreding software <a href="http://www.voodoofiles.com/21330 ">rwipe</a>, Email about the <a href="http://www.infosyncworld.com/news/n/6114.html">MDA Pro</a> Decius talks about his <a href="http://www.infosyncworld.com/news/n/6114.html">sidekick</a>, Stank's new TV obsession is Lost, Decius is more of an aquateen hunger force kinda guy, Lost's fake commercial, Sneakers drops a real phone number, explanation of the origin of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_table">Rainbow tables</a>, Rainbow tables can be used for md5, sha, LM or NT and mysql password hashes, salting means appending characters before the password has been hashed, the LanManager hash is not salted, Rainbow tables take up quite a bit of data, the length of the password is also a consideration on the size of the tables, Philpe Oechslin <a href="http://lasecwww.epfl.ch/~oechslin/projects/ophcrack/">Rainbow table paper</a> ,Decius explains the basic math behind rainbow table creation, only the first and last entry in the chain are stored to disk this speeds up the search of the table, rainbow tables is useful for complex passwords however most passwords can be cracked with much less effort, hashes are sent thru a reduction function before the next iteration, Tools to use <a href="http://www.antsight.com/zsl/rainbowcrack/">rainbowcrack</a>, <a href="http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/">ophcrack</a>, and <a href="http://www.oxid.it/projects.html">winrtgen</a>. check out <a href="http://plain-text.info/">plain-text.info</a> for rainbow tables online, site of the week <a href="http://www.hackerevents.org">hackerevents.org</a>

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  23. Seal aka Julian is co-hosting this week talking about his piracy documentary and can be found at <a href="http://www.piracydocumentary.com/">piracydocumentary.com</a>,'>http://www.piracydocumentary.com/">piracydocumentary.com</a>, Seal has a few projects on the backburner and it has become a hobby for him, Stank admits he doesn't have any video editing skills, Seal's documentary isn't quite finished yet, <a href="http://creativecommons.org/">Creative Commons</a> Music is not free if you submit a movie to a film festival, the piracy documentary took about a year to complete, originally the movie was going to be an hour long rant, Jason Scott also did a documentary recently the <a href="http://www.bbsdocumentary.com/">BBS documentary</a>, Creative Commons is not necessarily public domain, <a href="http://www.hacktv.org/">HackTV</a>, <a href="http://www.binrev.com/radio/archive.php">Binary Revolution Radio</a> and anything else released by DDP is under creative commons but it can be freely distributed as long as it it is unaltered and no profit is made on it, Seal and Jason Scott will be presenting at HOPE this year, Cimmerian from <a href="http://www.rantradio.com/">rant radio</a> also makes an appearance on the documentary, a majority of the internet radio stations are operating illegally due to certain royalty laws, Stank wants to be on American Idol with decoder, the U.S. puts pressure on other countries to ratify piracy laws, in Canada the most a politician can receive from a company for a campaign is $1,000, in the united states in the 2000 election warren hash the guy in charge of copy right reforms received $300,000 for his campaign by the big 4 in the entertainment industry, there are to many middle men in the current entertainment industry, Apple makes 10 cents per download off of it's <a href="http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/">ITunes service</a>, greed not piracy will kill the entertainment industry, movie downloading service is an untapped market, closing credits have ANSI art done by Zero, Stank rants about Star Wars, Email about obtaining court documents, most likely can obtain documents from court house, check out <a href="http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov/">pacer</a> for online court documents, Stank doesn't stash pron, droops use to have quite a pron stash but his wife found it, droops tells his story about his relationship video and his convoy experience, you can record on a unmodified ipod but at a very low bit rate, site of the week is <a href="http://www.piracydocumentary.com/">piracydocumentary.com</a>

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  24. Stank is on high speed this week, what does the future hold for Binrev radio?, the install of vista is pretty straight forward - easier than xp, Stank installed vista beta 2 on a 3.0ghz p4 with 512mb of ram with no video accelerator, vista seems osx like, it comes with a mail client and a calendar app built in, icons and menu system have changed, windows live seems osx like as well, <a href="http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/features/foreveryone/sidebar.mspx">vista’s gadgets</a> are little apps that you can have on your sidebar or desktop, vista is another step closer to blurring the lines where the desktop ends and the internet begins, Stank explains his pseudo-crash and the self-healing ability of vista, a new hardware rating system seems like a good idea, the overall score on the hardware rating is absolutely useless, <a href="http://www.windowsmarketplace.com/">Windows marketplace</a> is a lawsuit waiting to happen because it is so tightly integrated with the OS, windows media player can also be used to buy music from a streaming source, Microsoft is now in the business of selling computer peripherals, <a href="http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsvista/aa905070.aspx">Imagex</a> is the new imager that is bundled with the enterprise edition of vista, you can apply patches to a image without booting into it, images are hardware independent, the imager only works with windows unfortunately, <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WinFS">WinFS</a> will not be included in the vista release, nottheory drops by and explains his vista experience in vmware, vista’s install is extremely fast, new 3d screensavers, <a href="http://bellsmind.net/Engine/WhatIsYourPercentage.php">percentage calculator</a>, Email about phone phreaking, site of the week <a href="http://cyberspeak.libsyn.com/">cyberspeak.libsyn.com</a> for forensic talks.

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  25. This episode contains various individuals sounding off on the <a href="http://www.dmine.com/phworld/sounds/wawina/">wawina’s message boards</a>.

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