The Toorcon website now has all of the presentation materials posted. I’ve updated all of our Toorcon posts with the appropriate links (the WEP frag attack has code). They’ve added some more photo galleries, too.
We’ve all played with Google hacks. Here is a short, quite incomplete list of irreverant uses for our engine of worship. Post your favorite Google hackage in the comments. I, for one, welcome our new Google overlords.
Google cooking, around since 2002 and perhaps even before: simply list the various ingredients in your fridge and your cupboard to google-spit out a recipe
Being able to Google in your command line: Priceless
Craigslist + Google Maps == bliss for apartment hunters
Once again, post your fave Google hacks in the comments.
Here’s another IR hack released at Toorcon. SurveySays (from Midnight Research Labs) is software that will intercept signals from remotes or “clickers” that universities use for test and quiz taking in class. According to the site, there are over a million of these remotes out there at hundreds of schools (UC Berkeley and SFSU to name a couple around [sith]’s area). SurveySays will display the most commonly given answer by the classroom on the screen and will also issue a trigger after every round. You can send in this answer automatically, for you or for a group of friends =). Have fun!