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The [[Cyberspeak podcast]] usually features at least one interview per show. The guests on each show are listed below.
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{{Infobox_Software |
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  name = Hash |
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  maintainer = [[The Grugq]] |
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  os = {{Linux}} |
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  genre =  |
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  license =  |
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  website = [http://www.tacticalvoip.com/ tacticalvoip.com] |
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=== 2005 ===
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===Background===
  
* 18 Dec 2005: [[Nick Harbour]], author of [[Dcfldd|dcfldd]]
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Hash ('''Ha'''cker '''She'''ll) is a tool to enable people to evade detection while penetrating a system.
* 31 Dec 2005: [[Jesse Kornblum]], author of [[foremost]] and [[md5deep]]
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=== 2006 ===
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Hash, originally written in 2003, was re-written in June 2007 and released at the Korean security conference, [http://www.powerofcommunity.net Power of Community] that November.
  
* 7 Jan 2006: [[Drew Fahey]], author of [[Helix]]
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===Features===
* 18 Jan 2006: [[Simple Nomad]]
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* 21 Jan 2006: [[Johnny Long]]
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* 28 Jan 2006: [[Kevin Mandia]]
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'''Hacking utilities'''
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* Inline file transfer
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* qondom - remote diskless execution
  
* 4 Feb 2006: [[Brian Carrier]]
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'''Builtins'''
* 11 Feb 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]]
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* Triggers
* 18 Feb 2006: [[Bruce Potter]] of the Shmoo Group
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* Aliasing
* 25 Feb 2006: [[Kris Kendall]] speaks about malware analysis
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* Basic file system and shell escape commands
  
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===External Links===
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* [http://powerofcommunity.net/poc2007/grugq.pdf PoC presentation: ''Hacking Sucks!'']
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* [http://www.tacticalvoip.com/tools.html hash-0.2.5.tar.gz]
  
* 4 Mar 2006: [[Dave Merkel]]
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[[Category:Anti-forensics tools]]
* 11 Mar 2006: [[James Wiebe]] of [[Wiebe Tech]]. Also [[Todd Bellows]] of [[LogiCube]] about [[CellDek]]
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* 18 Mar 2006: [[Kris Kendall]]
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* 25 Mar 2006: (No interview)
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* 1 Apr 2006: [[Harlan Carvey]], creator of the [[Forensic Server Project]]
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* 8 Apr 2006: (No interview)
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* 15 Apr 2006: (No interview), but first to mention the [[Main_Page|Forensics Wiki]]!
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* 22 Apr 2006: [[Jaime Florence]] about [[Mercury]], a text indexing product
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* 6 May 2006: [[Mark Rache]] and [[Dave Merkel]]
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* 13 May 2006: [[Steve Bunting]]
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* 21 May 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 29 May 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 3 Jun 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] about [[Windows Memory Analysis]]
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* 10 Jun 2006: (No interview)
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* 17 Jun 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 24 Jun 2006: (No interview)
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* 1 Jul 2006: (No interview)
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* 9 Jul 2006: [[Johnny Long]]
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* 18 Jul 2006: [[Dark Tangent]]
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* 30 Jul 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] about [[Ssdeep|ssdeep]] and [[Context Triggered Piecewise Hashing|Fuzzy Hashing]]
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* 10 Aug 2006: [[Brian Contos]] discusses his book ''Insider Threat: Enemy at the Watercooler''
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* 13 Aug 2006: [[Richard Bejtlich]] discusses his book ''Real Digital Forensics''
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* 27 Aug 2006: [[David Farquhar]]
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* 3 Sep 2006: [[Keith Jones]]
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* 10 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 17 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 24 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 1 Oct 2006: [[Brian Kaplan]], author of [[LiveView]]
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* 8 Oct 2006: [[Tom Gallagher]] discusses his book ''Hunting Security Bugs''
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* 15 Oct 2006: (No Interview)
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* 29 Oct 2006: (No Interview)
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* 12 Nov 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] discusses his paper ''Exploiting the Rootkit Paradox with Windows Memory Analysis''
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* 19 Nov 2006: [[Kris Kendall]] discusses unpacking binaries when conducting malware analysis
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* 26 Nov 2006: (No Interview)
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* 3 Dec 2006: [[Brian Dykstra]]
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* 10 Dec 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 17 Dec 2006: [[Mike Younger]] and [[Geoff Michelli]]
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=== 2007 ===
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* 7 Jan 2007: [[Jamie Butler]]
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* 17 Jan 2007: [[Chad McMillan]]
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* 28 Jan 2007: [[Jesse Kornblum]]
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* 11 Feb 2007: [[Scott Moulton]]
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* 18 Fen 2007: [[Phil Zimmerman]], creator of [[PGP]] discussing his new [[Zfone]]
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* 25 Feb 2007: [[Mark Menz]] and [[Jeff Moss]]
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* 4 Mar 2007: No show due to technical difficulties
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* 12 Mar 2007: [[Trevor Fairchild]] of [[Ontario Provincial Police Department]] discussing [[C4P]] and [[C4M]], both add-ons to [[EnCase]]
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* 18 Mar 2007: [[Tony Hogeveen]] of [[DeepSpar]] Date Recovery Systems
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* 25 Mar 2007: Shmoocon broadcast
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* 1 Apr 2007: [[Kevin Smith]] from LTU Technologies about [[Image Seeker]]
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* 15 Apr 2007: [[Jim Christy]] from the [[Defense Cyber Crime Center]]
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* 22 Apr 2007: [[Jesse Kornblum]] all about the [[Main_Page|Forensics Wiki]]!
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* 29 Apr 2007: [[Harlan Carvey]] discusses his new book
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* 13 May 2007: [[Russell Yawn]]
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* 20 May 2007: No interview
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* 2 June 2007: No interview
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* 10 June 2007: [[Paul Ohm]]
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* 17 June 2007: No interview
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* 24 June 2007: No interview
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* 1 July 2007: No interview
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* 22 July 2007: [[Didier Stevens]] about the [[UserAssist]] registry parser
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* 29 July 2007: No interview
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* 23 Sep 2007: No interview
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* 30 Sep 2007: No interview
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* 15 Oct 2007: No interview
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* 12 Nov 2007: No interview
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* 21 Dec 2007: No interview
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=== 2008 ===
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* 14 Jan 2008: No interview
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* 10 Feb 2008: No interview
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* 17 Feb 2008: Unknown
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* 8 Mar 2008: [[Simson L. Garfinkel|Dr. Simson Garfinkel]] about the [[AFF|Advanced Forensic Format]]
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* 16 Mar 2008: No interview
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* 31 Mar 2008: No interview
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* 13 Apr 2008: No interview
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* 27 Apr 2008: No interview
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* 10 May 2008: [[Al Lewis]] from [http://subrosasoft.com/ Subrosasoft] about the [[Mac Lockpick]]
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* 1 Jun 2008:  [[Mark McKinnon]] from [http://redwolfcomputerforensics.com/ Red Wolf Computer Forensics] about his [[CSC Parser]].
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* 15 Jun 2008: No interview
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* 28 Jun 2008: No interview
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Hash
Maintainer: The Grugq
OS: Linux
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License:
Website: tacticalvoip.com

Background

Hash (Hacker Shell) is a tool to enable people to evade detection while penetrating a system.

Hash, originally written in 2003, was re-written in June 2007 and released at the Korean security conference, Power of Community that November.

Features

Hacking utilities

  • Inline file transfer
  • qondom - remote diskless execution

Builtins

  • Triggers
  • Aliasing
  • Basic file system and shell escape commands

External Links